All Posts — Dan on September 5, 2014 at 10:01 pm

There will actually be some Acute related posts coming up, as we are working on another release finally, which I will announce shortly. In the meantime I need to write a few other things. In light of next week’s Philip Glass/Steve Reich reunion concerts at BAM, which I’m giddy as a schoolgirl to attend, and Aphex Twin’s upcoming record release, a sure sign of the late 2014 IDM revival, and the release next week of my very first EP, on the fantastic Golf Channel label, which I will plug here, there and everywhere starting in a few days, plus my visit to my college radio alma-mater WOBC, 91.5, Oberlin, Ohio, topped off by my cleaning out the studio and discovering some old papers, I felt it timely to post my first application for said radio station. I will not subject you to the first 6 questions and answers. Number 7 stated Use the back of this page to design a sample playlist. Most programs are 2-3 hours in length, so be sure to include enough material. This is the most heavily weighted part of the application, so think hard!!! Application due Sept 8th, 9PM. For what it’s worth, Todd Hutlock and/or Jim Haynes marked this a “High Maybe”. I did get a show after all, because of and/or despite the following. Keep in mind, this was 1993 and I was an 18 year old college freshman, so that should excuse some selections and otherwise make me seem cool. After the fold, if you dare.

John Zorn w/ Arto Linday & Robert Quine – White & Lazy (End Title)
Richard Hell & The Voidoids – Blank Generation
Curtis Mayfield – Freddies Dead
Cabaret Voltaire – Yashar
808 State – Open Your Mind
Renegade Soundwave – Lucky Luke
The Velvet Underground – Lonesome Cowboy Bill
Love – The Daily Planet
Van Morrison – Ballerina
Hugo Largo – Jungle Jim
Big Hat – Red Line
Scott Johnson – John Somebody
Steve Reich/Kronos Quartet – Different Trains (Before the War)
Philip Glass – Interrogation
Severed Heads – Ottoman
Moby – Next is the E
A Tribe Called Quest – Push it Along
The Beastie Boys – Shake Your Rump
Pop Will Eat Itself – Dr. Nightmare Medication Time
Pop Will Eat Itself – The Fuses Have Been Lit
David Byrne and Brian Eno – Very, Very Hungry
Brian Eno – No One Receiving
The Talking Heads – Naive Melody
Fred Frith – True Love
Naked City – Osaka Bondage
1/2 Japanese w/ John Zorn – Should I Tell Her
Lupe Diaz – It’s Been a
Wayne Horowitz – This New Generation
Can – Oh Yeah
Syd Barrett – No Mans Land
X – Sugarlight
Stevie Wonder – Too High
Sly and the Family Stone – MLady
Curtis Mayfield – Theme from Superfly
Beastie Boys – Egg Man
The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy – Language of Violence
Meat Beat Manifesto – Psyche Out
MC 900 Ft Jesus – I’m Goin Straight to Heaven
Consolidated – Brutal Equation
Homeboy – Control Yourself Cousin
Shaggy – Oh Carolina
The Orb – Perpetual Dawn
The KLF – 3am Eternal
The Timelords – Doctorin The Tardis
The Art of Noise – Camilla (Youth Mix)
The Durritti Column – Bordeux Sequence
Cabaret Voltaire – Kirlian Photography
Kronos Quarter – Lonely Woman
John Zorn & Tim Berne – Good Old Days
8 Eyed Spy – Lazy In Love
Foetus – Wash it Up
David Bowie – Red Sails
Philip Glass – Warszawa
Steve Reich – Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ
Pat Methany – Electric Counterpoint
The Orb – Little Fluffy Clouds (Aubrey Mix)
Nighttripper – Tone Exploitation
Psychic TV – Bliss (Beyond Mix)
Chris Carter – Outreach
Chris & Cosey – Gates of Ancient Cities
Throbbing Gristle – 20 Jazz Funk Greats
Non – Cruenta Voluptus
Sonic Youth – Ghost Bitch/I’m Insane/Justice is Might
Big Black – Kerosene
Television – See No Evil
The Velvet Underground – All Tomorrows Parties
John Cale – Rise, Sam and Rimsky Korsakov
Painkiller – Buried Secrets
Napalm Death – You Suffer
Old Lady Drivers – Colostomy Grab Bag
Throwing Muses – Fish
Cocteau Twins – Ivo
The Pixies – I Bleed
The Birthday Party – The Hairshirt
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – I Had a Dream, Joe
Einstürzende Neubauten – Drawings of Ot
Monte Cazzaza – Candy Man
Renegade Soundwave – Kray Twins

Well that was educational. What did I learn? I leaned a lot on a few compilations, I owe a great debt to my old friend Liz Young, I really used to like John Zorn, and I’m not sure if posting this was a good idea or not.


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