I've been thinking a lot guys. LIKE A LOT. And I decided that I needed to do more experimenting in this show. And by more, I mean not more often, but a higher quality of experimentation. My idea was just to use 3 turntables: one with heavy electronic stuff, one with avant-garde stuff, and another with some jazz. I wanted to leave the electronica on for its duration, but use the avant-garde stuff to create some heavier beats and mixing material, and eventually layer the jazz in the same way until I could just play it straight through. during the layering, I basically just played with the turntable. I sped it up to 45 and 75, and then back to 33, and I modulated the pitch/speed. I also picked up the needle and laid it down on the heavier beats in the electronic track, not to mention doing a little wicka-wicka, which fulfills one of my dreams from this list:
THINGS I WANT REALLY BADLY
Do a wicka-wicka on a turntable on the radio
- Have a Zelda wedding
- Have a steampunk wedding
- Write a novel
- Fly on a whale
I realize I won't be able to do actually, but they are dreams, right? NOW GO DREAM AND LISTEN TO MY SHOW!
[Artist: Song - Album]
- Mastodon: Iron Tusk - Leviathan
- Mochipet: Ride On - Microphonepet
- Iron and Wine: Jezebel - Woman King
- Juba Dance: Fisherman's Jig - Orange
- Fela Kuti: Question Jam Answer - Roforofo Fight/The Fela Singles
- New York Phil & Leonard Bernstein: Dvorak: Slavonic Dance, Op. 46, No. 1 - Moldau and Other Favorites
- Dizzy Gillspie: Koko - "It Happened One Night" In Concert September 1947
- Test Dept: Al'Rabih (The Spring) - Totality
- Bell & James: Ask Billie (They Tell Me) - Bell & James
- Orthrelm: (track 10) - Orthrelm
- Momus: Finnegan The Folk Hero - Folktronic
- Yaya Diallo: Outeme - Nangapè
- Bebe & Serge: Surfin' in Space - Spaced Out Supernovasuperstar
- Ravi Shankar: Karnataki - Improvisations
- Nazan Soray: Halhal - Istanbul 70
- Madlib: Dancing Girls Theme - Beat Konducta Vol. 3-4 India
- Telefon Tel Aviv: When It Happens It Moves All By Itself - Map of What is Effortless
- Quickspace: Climbing A Hill - The Death of Quickspace
- D*Note: Criminal Justice - Criminal Justice
- Madvillain: All Caps - Madvillainy
- Savoy: Kili (Original Mix) - BT: Laptop Symphony
- Ladyfinger: I Want It All - My Prom
- Toninho: Zoraide - Adorada estrela guia
- Jens Lekman: Happy Birthday, Dear Friend Lisa - When I Said I Wanted To Be Your Dog
- Lusine: Ask You - Serial Hodgepodge
- Trade Secrets: ACEN Remix - I Know You Got Soul
- Kink Gong: AT (horse) - Xinjiang
- Sarah Vaughn: No 'Count Blues - No 'Count Sarah
- Quintron: Mood - The Frog Tape
- Djur Djura: Derya U Mazir (Heirs to the Future) - Adventures in Afropea 2
- Wadih El Safi: Fawq Stouh Dayetna - Couleurs de Beyrouth (Colors of Beirut)
- Boy Lion: Dream Of The Sea - Stories from Earth
- Jerry Leake: Na Yella Bo - Cubist
- Nighthawks: Metropolitan Avenue - Ten Years Live
- Dio: Along Comes A Spider - Killing The Dragon
- Abbot Lutz, Mason Adams, Pan-Harmonic Symphony: Tyl Eulenspiegel (By Richard Strauss) - Great Tales Told With Great Music
- Tyshawn Sorey: Twenty-Five - oblique-1
- Mastodon: Do you ever just want to blast epic metal into your brain immediately upon waking? I do, so that's what I did. I regret nothing.
- Layering: I cannot tell you how pleased I am with the piece of layering I did. I don't even care that sometimes it sounded a little funky, because it was so much fun, and I really hope that you enjoyed it.
- Jezebel: I'm super happy about this song, because I didn't know I had been listening to a demo track of this for like 3 years, and it totally shocked me in the best sense to hear it in all its glory.
- Twenty-Five: This was kind of a low-energy end to a great set. I could have ended on a much funkier note.
- Out of place classical?: I wasn't sure, but the Dvorak felt a little misplaced within the set, but I'm not too concerned about it either.
Good show overall. Happy listening!