#001: 2002.06.14

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maxresdefaultalan lamb, primal image, dorobo, 1995

This was our first broadcast, so we tried to get our air-legs and give a brief overview of what our hopes for the show are.  We broadcast until 10:30 this week, starting with several tracks from the phonography.org compilations, then moving in to more composed territory and finishing with a live performance for remote kitchen activity down a telephone line by Romuald Wadych.  Upcoming live appearances include Jonathan Coleclough and myself (murmer) on July 12th, and sawako on July 28th.

DALE LLOYD – old snoqualmie train tunnel – phonography.org 1 (phonography.org, USA)

MURMER – escalator at pimlico tube station – phonography.org 2 (phonography.org, USA)

JON TULCHIN – Tree Creatures – phonography.org 1 (phonography.org, USA)

JOSH RUSSELL – transgenic bacteria freezing in a dry ice/methanol bath – phonography.org 3 (phonography.org, USA)

MARCELO RADULOVICH – rehearsal at st. francis college, san jose, costa rica – phonography.org 2 (phonography.org, USA) http://www.phonography.org

TOYISHA TSUNODA – Bottle at park: Yokosuka central park, Fukadadai ( Yokosuka city, Kanagawa prefecture) – Extract from field recording archive #2: The vibration inside a hollow ( Hapna, Sweden ) http://www.hapna.com

ALAN LAMB – Primal Image (extract) – Primal Image ( Dorobo, Australia) http://home.mira.net/~dorobo/dorobo.html

ILLUSION OF SAFETY – Not Good – Water Seeks It’s Own Level ( Silent, USA ) http://www.illusionofsafety.com

AARON BERGMAN – tracks 4 & 5 – The Shed Record ( Diskono, UK ) http://www.onoksid.freeserve.co.uk/ ,http://www.luckykitchen.com

TOY.BIZARRE – chapitre 2 – kdi dctb 02 (duebel, Germany ) http://www.kaon.org

MICHAEL PRIME – fusilli – Domestic Science (Mycophile, UK)

THE QUIET AMERICAN – track 1 (extract) – tessellation: moments in burma (cdr) www.quietamerican.org

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