A profile of drone-master Phill Niblock, featuring an interview with the artist, as part of the week-long focus on the upcoming Ende Tymes festival taking place this weekend at Silent Barn and the Outpost. For more information about the festival check out halfnormal.com/endetymes/.
This afternoon, I had Twistycat into our WKCR studios to play a live set, talk about their music and arts projects, and guest DJ Monday's "Afternoon New Music." Twistycat is the electroacoustic bass clarinet/baritone sax and electronics duo of Lea Bertucci and Ed Bear.
An exploration into "Language ,as a music" on the third installment of "The Philosophical Strain in American Postwar Music", a collaboration between WKCR and Benjamin Boretz, founder of Open Space, Perspectives of New Music, and instructor at Bard College.
Focused on two seminal works by GK Jupitter-Larsen, legendary American noise musician known primarily for his work in The Haters. Jupitter-Larsen will be in New York in a few weeks, and will be visiting WKCR, as a part of the Ende Tymes Festival -- check out the lineup and information about the show at http://halfnormal.com/endtimes.
In addition, I played a Zs track and an Ahlzagailzehguh track, as both musicians have shows coming up this week in the city.