Wednesday, November 21, 2012

FFFoxy Podcast #9 with in-studio guests Tilth

Fletcher Pratt “Huge Dub” Dub Sessions Vol. 2 CS (Dub Ditch Picnic)
Sagas “Track #1” Sojourner’s Lament CS (Lighten Up Sounds)
James McKeown “Ghost In Your Life” English Dream CS (Dub Ditch Picnic)
Bad Braids “Down In The Willow Garden” Arrow and Orb LP (Haute Magie)
Pride of Lowell “Waggle Dance” S/T CS (Dirty Pillows)
Loud & Sad “Example 5” (excerpt) False Intimacy CS (Cae-sur-a)
Michael Barrett & Mike Griffin “For The Wreckers” Birtual Seme-Alabak CD-R (Kendra Steiner Editions)
Small Things On Sundays “Fast Forward/Congo/Metal Dolls” Drill CS (A Beard of Snails)
German Army “Literacy In Opium” Youtan Poluo CS (Chondritic Sound)
Primitive Motion “Upwelling” Two Ellipses CS (Room40)
Sudden Oak “Bacacay” Beyond Language CS (Brunch Groupe)
Tilth “De La Serna” Angular Music (Soft Abuse)
  Giacinto Scelsi "Aitsi" Tre Canti Popolari / Due Componimenti Impetuosi (Sub Rosa)#
Shawn David McMillan "The Lawn" Catfish (Emperor Jones)#
Joe McPhee & Chris Corsano "For Fred Anderson" Scraps and Shadows (Roaratorio)#
Ellen Fullman & Monique Buzzarte "Fluctuations 5" Fluctuations (Deep Listening)#
The Bill Dixon Orchestra "Nightfall Pieces II" Intents and Purposes (RCA Victor)*
Karen Dalton "Don't Make Promises" 1966 (Delmore Recordings)*
Josh Mason "3440 B" 3440 split w/ Nathan McLaughlin (Tape Drift)*
Bedhead "Powder" WhatFunLifeWas (Trance Syndicate)*
State River Widening "Among the Corn Rose" S/T (Rocket Girl)*
Prayer "Untitled" Second Species CS (Constellation Tatsu)

#=Track selected by Cody Yantis
*=Track selected by Nathan McLaughlin

On this week’s podcast show, we played mostly a bunch of recent tape arrivals during the first half of the show. In the second hour, we were joined in the studio by Cody Yantis and Nathan McLaughlin of Tilth following their first live performances to spin some music from their personal collections and to discuss their new album Angular Music (out on Soft Abuse) and the latest work they’ve been doing with Joe Houpert (PrayerLoud & Sad), who’s now actively involved in the project.

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