Cortège for Rosenbloom - a new radio show I'm doing from my apartment into a tiny fart of an Apple Mac mic. (1 Viewer)

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...thus, anything really is possible.

I'm starting to do a new two hour radio show, eh, mostly from my apartment.

The concept is simple: to play a mix of experimental, marginalised or alternative music, but not alternative in the sense of 'Razorblade Suitcase' by Bush, with a no-holds barred attitude to longer tracks.

The show was initially called,
Cortège for Rosenbloom, a title I knicked from a Wallace Stevens poem.

I did a few last year, but think this is a more focused effort.

Every week I'll have a featured album. This week's featured album is 'Yang' by Aki Tsuyuko released in 2018.
There isn't a particular emphasis on Japanese produced music, but eh, there will be probably be a decent amount of music featuring Japanese musicians.

 

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Lads doing radio shows from their apartments.

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Go Nate. Any listing of tunes?
Thanks, Monsieur de Cake. Yeah, I want to do it in a discreet manner though. Maybe I should just tag the music when it comes up? Maybe I can stagger the playlist by a week.

It's a bit of a pet peeve but seems quite common for lads to give the whole game away when they share a link for their radio show. One guy I know from flirtfm - not a bad lad at all, a good lad actually - every time he shares a link, he writes, "tonight we're going to be playing [ lists pretty much the content of his whole show]." Mystifies me. "Right, I can just lob all those tracks into YouTube anytime. Cheers."

But yeah, I'll post the above tracklisting maybe as I post next week's show.

Stagger dat shit, yeaaaah.
 

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Thanks, Monsieur de Cake. Yeah, I want to do it in a discreet manner though. Maybe I should just tag the music when it comes up? Maybe I can stagger the playlist by a week.

It's a bit of a pet peeve but seems quite common for lads to give the whole game away when they share a link for their radio show. One guy I know from flirtfm - not a bad lad at all, a good lad actually - every time he shares a link, he writes, "tonight we're going to be playing [ lists pretty much the content of his whole show]." Mystifies me. "Right, I can just lob all those tracks into YouTube anytime. Cheers."

But yeah, I'll post the above tracklisting maybe as I post next week's show.

Stagger dat shit, yeaaaah.
I've NO evidence for this but my understanding of tagging the playlists in mixcloud with the artists would speed up the process of royalties for the artists. Also the track names will display as they come along. I've a notion i 'know' 'that' 'person' and typically people do that to give the artists a chance to gloat about being on the radio on awful social media sites. My own method is usually to screengrab the tracklist and if people ask I post it.
 

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mixcloud said:
In order to keep check of the content on the site, both for the benefit of our listeners and for the purposes of paying royalties to artists, we encourage our users to use the tracklist and timestamping features.

Nonetheless, adding a tracklist is not mandatory so you can skip this step if you prefer.
 

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Go Nate. Any listing of tunes?
January 5th 2018 Cortege for Rosenbloom:

'May' - Aki Tsuyuko, 2018
'Fifth Elements' - HUH, 2018
'She Vang Noon' - Volcano the Bear, 2007
'The Personality' - Graham Lambkin, 2016
'Ladybird (Green Grass)' - The Fall, 1993
'The Young, the Faceless and the Codes' - Von Sudenfed, 2007.
'Cry in Yang' - Aki Tsuyuko, 2018
'The Last You'll Know' - Neurosis, 1999
'Isn't It a Pity' - Manuel Mota, 1999
'An Aquatic Plant - Kanon, 2011
'Stravizauls' - Seikatsu Kojyo, 1975
'Glancing at Ships' - Sean McCann, 2010
'This Was Nearly Mine' - Sean McCann, 2011
'Cry in the Sky' - Aki Tsuyuko, 2018
'Barn' - Manicslut, 2018.
 

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Last week's show - 'Of Rivers & O'Rourke':

'Now Who Are These Guys?' - Loren Connors & Jim O'Rourke
'Waterfall' - Judee Sill
'Rebecca Sylvester' - Gastr de Sol
'Das Apartment' - Möbius/Plank/Thompson
'Proton Pump' - Akira Sakata & Chikamorachi w/ Masahiko Satoh
'Eroberung der Stille, Teil II' - Faust
'To the East' - Eiko Isibashi
'Planaria' - John Fahey
'Voyage of Eukaryote' - Akira Sakata & Chikamorachi w/ Masahiko Satoh
'Most Blues are Subtitled' - Gastr de Sol
'Dancing Sumo Wrestlers' - Yona-kit
'Elegant Transaction' - Loose Fur
'Chemiosmotic Coupling of Acorn' - Sakata/Chikamorachi/Satoh
'Parlight' - Sudoh Toshiaki
'Clinamen' - Giovanni DiDomenico, Arve Henriksen, Tatsuhisa Yamamoto.
 

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This week's show


Somehow ended up with a lot of guitars here. A lapse on my part.
 

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Last week's set lust...

'Cokey Flies Verbatim':

'Chick Flick' - Drunk In Hell.
'Continuous Conversations' - Milford Graves.
'Crying Bamboos: Pulpak (NE: Pukil) Bosmun' - Sonung Bashim.
'Secret Habit' - Purgist.
'Your Hand' - the Dead C.
'Fix' - James Blackshaw.
'White Lie' - Patrick Higgins.
'The World Turned Upside Down: Phase II' - Taku Sugimoto, Gunther Muller & Keith Rowe.
'Untitled' - Kunihiro Izumi.
'Flat File' - Patrick Higgins.
'Cartoon' - Kazuo Imai Trio.
'Bottleneck Blues' - John Fahey.
'Drum Puzzle' - Sissy Spacek.
 

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This week's show. Featured album is TRRMA's self-titled album from 2018. Drum & synth duo, but not the sort of propulsive clichéd-ness that may imply...



 

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I am really awful at promoting this. This one is almost from two weeks ago...

Alas, despite recent suspicions, the show features zero % Steely Dan.

The eh, previous one to this playlist:

'A Petroglyphic Massacre' - Talibam!
'Kita' - TRRMA
'Lash' - John Butcher & Rhodri Davies
'Feedback 66' - Moebius & Plank
'Listen, the Snow is Falling' - Graham Lambkin & Jason Lescalleets
'Myomancy' - Bruce Gilbert
'You Didn't Expect Me to Care' - the Boats
'Mmurt' - TRRMA
'Babalu Aye' - Milton Cardina
'Aha Begena' - Getachew Mekuria & the Ex
'Cruising With Rafe' - Ry Cooder
'Blue-Eyed William' - Slapp Happy
'Peep Show' - Peter Cusack & Max Eastley
'Shift-work' - The Fall
'Bad Medicine' - the Red Krayola
'Mocc' - TRRMA
'At the Well' - Neurosis.


Jesus, typing is an absolute hoor.
 

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