Greetings, androids! I had an extra special time at the station this show, because I was accompanied by Cameron and James for a good portion of the evening! My favorite moment of the entire evening was when Cameron played Pokémon Red on my GBA SP, while James, Cameron, and I all made Pokémon noises overtop of it, and then I back-announced.
I want to repeat that many, many times. It also gave the idea to do a completely video game themed show, but this time I'm not half-joking: I want to play all video game music for 2-hours straight. This feeling was heightened while I was walking in the snow today listening to The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary CD that my friend lent to me.
Another major portion of this show was brought to you by steampunk music, such as Pepe Deluxé, Abney Park, and a cover of the Howl's Moving Castle theme by Sungha Jung. Steampunk music is something that I've been wanting to explore for awhile, since I have a pretty invested interest in the steampunk aesthetic.
For your viewing pleasure, here is an album trailer released by Pepe Deluxé:
[Artist: Song - Album]
- Kraftwerk: Expo2000 Underground Resistance Mix - Expo Remix
- Shirley Brown: Woman To Woman - Top of the Stax
- Radiohead: Weird Fishes/Arpeggi - In Rainbows
- Malefaction: Old Gods, New Blasphemies - Where There Is Power There Is Always Resistance
- Sergei Kvitko: Dracula - Dracula
- Disney: Various sound effects - Chilling, Thrilling Sounds of The Haunted House
- Django Reinhardt: Clair de Lune & Lentement Mademoiselle - L'inoubliable
- Hot Troche: Dry Ice - Yopaakuyu With Me
- Billie Holiday: East Of The Sun (West Of The Moon) - The Unique Billie Holiday
- Harv: Direktör Deg - Polka Raggioso
- Maureen Forrester: Crude furie - Maureen Forrester sings Handel Arias From Rodelina/Xerxes
- 400 Blows: The Biggest Hit Yet - Angel's Trumpets and Devil's Trombones
- The New Orleans Klezmer Allstars: Mr. 9 O'Clock - Fresh Out The Past
- Elvis Presley: Paralyzed - Elvis
- Dead Kennedys: Chicken Farm - Frankenchrist
- Dinah Washington: You've Got Me Crying Again - For Lonely Lovers
- Abana Ba Nasery: Abakambi - Nursery Boys Go Ahead
- Mahjong: jamdek - machinegong EP
- Eyvind Kang: Inquisito - Athlantis
- Cryptacize: Stop Watch - Dig That Treasure
- Johnny Otis: Jonella and Jack - The New Johnny Otis Show
- Forward, Russia!: Spring Is A Condition - Life Processes
- Hovercraft: Wire Trace - Experiment Below
- Thomas Kugler: Overture - Lilith The Rock Opera
- Pepe Deluxé: In The Cave - Queen of the Wave
- Sunha Jung: Howl's Moving Castle Theme - YouTube
- Pepe Deluxé: A Night and A Day - Queen of the Wave
- Justus Köhncke: Was Ist Musik? - Was Ist Musik?
- Al Hirt: Java - Horns of Plenty
- Abney Park: Victorian Vigilante - The End of Days
- The Forty Fives: Drive All Night - Get It Together
Das ist musik:
- Pokémon: This is one of the best ideas I've ever had. I wish I had done it for a bit longer even. I also wish I would have used my Gameboy Color so I could utilize the headphone jack, but I'm pleased as punch to have video game music on my show anytime.
- Pepe Deluxé: Thanks to Cameron, I found what will probably be one of my favorite CDs in the library very soon.
- Crude furie: Not only did I get to play one of my favorite Handel arias for you all, but it was a recording by Maureen Forrester, and having the ability to play that at triple speed is why I'm at WCBN.
Was ist musik?:
- Haunted house layering: Not that this layering wasn't good in its own right, but as a dear listener pointed out, it sounded a lot like another layering that I have done in the past, and sounds a lot like a LOT of layerings I have done in the past, because, well...I really like scary sounds, horror movies, etc.
- Lilith The Rock Opera: I really don't know what I was thinking. The only thing that saved it is that I layered it but...never again.
- Hot Troche: This...was not the appropriate music to layer with concert listings.
Thanks for listening! Keep doing your listening thang!