#295: 2010.09.05

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welcome to the first new edition of framework since our summer holidays!  we’re pleased to be back making new programs now after a much needed break, and we also have some exciting news:

first, the new framework website is now finished and live online!  there are many improvements over the old one; you can now search playlists, navigate through the archives much more easily, and most importantly, you can now listen to many of our past shows anytime!  so far we’ve managed to upload all our shows since the beginning of 2009 (along with their playlists) and over the coming months we hope to be uploading our entire 8-year back catalog!  this is a big job, so bear with us…

also, we are very pleased to announce that we will soon have our first stateside fm broadcast!  our friends (and fellow radio members) at free103.9fm in new york city are launching a new community radio station in in greene and columbia counties.  wgxc is scheduled to begin broadcasting at the end of september, and we are honored to be among the shows they have selected for their regular broadcast schedule.  have a look at their site at http://wgxc.org for more info.

meanwhile, we dug back into our ever growing pile of submissions for this edition, and came out with a handful of new names (at least for us: steven brown, sublamp, and hotel gromada), an old favorite (seth nehil) and a few framework exclusives straight from the listening community (an intro by diemo schwarz, and a new composition by olga palomäki).  next week will be the season’s first new edition of framework:afield, this one produced in italy by carlo giordani.

(time  /  artist  /  track  /  album  /  label)

00:00 – 01:37  /  diemo schwarz  /  framework introduction
http://diemo.concatenative.net

01:23 – 05:06  /  hotel gromada  /  morning in gdansk /  amazonian rovers  /  elephant and castles
http://www.elephantandcastles.com

02:54 – 12:07  /  seth nehil  /  tew  /  flock & tumble  /  sonoris
http://sethnehil.artdocuments.org, http://www.sonoris.org

06:09 – 21:08  /  steven brown  /  explore nation  / the dying breath of summer and other short stories  / listen hear
http://www.listenhear.co.uk

13:29 – 23:46  /  sublamp  /  [tracks 1 & 2] /  breathletters  /  dragon’s eye recordings
http://www.sublamp.com, http://www.dragonseyerecordings.com

18:54 – 30:13  /  seth nehil  /  whuip  /  flock & tumble  /  sonoris
http://sethnehil.artdocuments.org, http://www.sonoris.org

25:09 – 30:09  /  olga palomäki  /  electric field no.1 /  –  /  –
[no web info]

28:14 – 36:37  /  steven brown  /  driving-rain (wiper mix)  /  the dying breath of summer and other short stories  /  listen hear
http://www.listenhear.co.uk

30:24 – 39:52  /  hotel gromada  /  amazonian rovers  / amazonian rovers  /  elephant and castles
http://www.elephantandcastles.com

36:20 – 43:54  /  seth nehil  /  plait  /  flock & tumble  /  sonoris
http://sethnehil.artdocuments.org, http://www.sonoris.org

39:27 – 49:01  /  sublamp  /  [tracks 4 & 5] /  breathletters  /  dragon’s eye recordings
http://www.sublamp.com, http://www.dragonseyerecordings.com

43:48 – 48:49  /  hotel gromada  /  warm winter  / amazonian rovers  /  elehant and castles
http://www.elephantandcastles.com

48:38 – 51:55  /  steven brown  /  perfect rainbow  / the dying breath of summer and other short stories  /  listen hear
http://www.listenhear.co.uk

49:21 – 55:11  /  seth nehil  /  black hole  /  flock & tumble  /  sonoris
http://sethnehil.artdocuments.org, http://www.sonoris.org

52:52 – 57:00  /  hotel gormada  /  at night with teemu /  amazonian rovers  /  elephant and castles
http://www.elephantandcastles.com

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One Comment

  1. Tom Mansell
    Posted September 22, 2010 at 5:45 am | Permalink

    What a fantastic episode, especially for beginning a new season of Framework! I really enjoyed this one and look forward to repeated listenings. Thanks for all the work on the new site, and the great playlist organization — I’ll be checking out the work of the artists featured here.
    Tom

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