Saturday, June 23, 2012

FFFoxy Podcast #1

él-g “Hoteru” In Coro CS (No=Fi Recordings
Ulaan Markhor “White Markhor” S/T LP (Soft Abuse
Lumerians “Track 3” Transmissions From Telos: Vol. IV LP* (Hands In The Dark
Luciernaga “Alarmists” split w/ Insect Factory CS (Fabrica)
The Compass Rose "Morning Greeting" The Simulation District CS (Ekhein)
Sagas "Abstract Surgery" Signal Refracted CS (Avant Archive)
Matt Krefting “Panic Ports” Sweet Days of Discipline CD-R (Kendra Steiner Editions
Chris Watson “El Divisadero” El Tren Fantasma CD (Touch
Marielle V. Jakobsons “Dusty Trails” Glass Canyon CD (Students of Decay
Damian Valles “Movement II” Nonparallel In Four Movements CD (Experimedia
Ilhan Mimaroglu “Le Tombeau d’Edgar Poe” Electronic Music LP (Turnabout)
Man Made Hill "Permission 2 Party" Intercourses CS (Orange Milk)
Henry Dawson “Input-Output” The Thunder of Wonder CS (Goldtimers
Pauline Oliveros “Mnemonics II” Reverberations: Tape & Electronic Music 1961-1970 12CD Box Set (Important
Lee Noble “Wrapped in Black Glass / Woman in the Dunes” Motion Forever LP* (Hands in the Dark
Metal Rouge excerpt from Let Us Pretend That We Have No Place To Go CD-R (Kendra Steiner Editions)
Yek Koo "Soltane Ghalbam (King Of My Heart)" Love Song For The Dead C LP (Emerald Cocoon)
Ø+yn "Un arco y una flecha de sal" He resucitado en la montaña CS* (Winebox Press)
Mad Nanna "I Made Blood Better" I Made Blood Better LP (Negative Guest List)
Maharadja Sweets "This Machine Clears Sinuses" Engines Of Joy CS (Orange Milk)
Prayer "Side B" First Species (Tour Edition) (Sunshine Ltd.)
Mama Baer "Track 3" Perverted People Girl Fuckers CD-R (House of Alchemy)

As noted in the beginning of this week’s show, Free Form Freakout is now going to be partnering with the Foxy Digitalis webzine to bring you these bi-monthly podcasts. We’ve had a great deal of interaction with that site over the years and our involvement with them, in some sense, motivated us to start these podcast shows in the first place, so this seems like a logical and natural next phase for us. This doesn’t, however, mark any dramatic change in the focus of these shows and how they’re produced. We still plan to “dig deeper into underground and experimental sounds of the past and present”, and you can expect to hear more artist/label interview features, in-studio performances, guest hosts, and album commentary. But, we hope that the show will continue to evolve and that other contributors can lend their voices to original stories, live music reports, album reviews, and who knows what else. Basically, we’re trying to open things up a bit and be more interactive, while maintaining our editorial filter in the process. So, all future editions of the, now called, FFFoxy Podcast will appear on both the Foxy Digitalis site and here on the FFF blog. We’ll continue to post videos, do write-ups, and other things that will be exclusive to our blog, so we hope you continue to check back in with us. Feel free to get in touch if you have any comments or questions.

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