Oct. 26, 2011 playlist

Florent Ghys ~ Quatrieme
Slow Six ~ These Rivers Between Us
Harry Revel ~ This Room Is My Castle Of Quiet ~ Music Out Of The Moon
Paul H. Muller ~ Dark Sunset
Edgard Varèse ~ Poème Électronique
Laurie Anderson ~ New York Social Life
Kyrzyg Jaw Harp ~ In the Jurt
                             ~ Overtones
Justin H Brierley ~ Jerry at the Zoo
Tony Schwartz ~ Street Musicians
Beata Moon ~ Piano Sonata
Ingram Marshall ~ Peaceable Kingdom
Annie Gosfield ~ Lightning Slingers and Dead Ringers ~ perf. by Lisa Moore
Jefferson Friedman ~ String Quartet #3

Oct. 19, 2011 playlist

Birdsongs of the Mesozoic ~ The Beat of the Mesozoic, Part 1
Harry Nilsson ~ Salmon Falls
Florent Ghys ~ Polenta A Azadi
John Cage ~ Imaginary Landscape No. 4, "March No. 2"
Theo Bleckmann & Kneebody ~ Serenity ~ comp. by Charles Ives
Scott Walker ~ Bouncer See Bouncer ...
Corey Dargel ~ Hands
Lou Harrison ~ Three Pieces for Gamelan with Soloists: Serenade
Gamelan (1963-64) ~ Tom Dissevelt ~ Anthology of Dutch Electronic Tape Music (1955-66)
Justin H Brierley ~ Boat Storage Gamelan
Chaya Czernowin ~ Shu Hai mitamen behatalat kidon
Raphael Mostel ~ Dawn
George Tsontakis ~ Bratty
Annie Gosfield ~ Don't Bite the Hand that Feeds Back
Joseph Bertolozzi ~ "Meltdown" from Bridge Music
Meredith Monk ~ urban march (shadow)
Louis Calabro ~ Environments
Charles Wourinen ~ Flute Variations II
Lucia Dlugoszewski ~ Angels of the Utmost Heaven
Newspeak ~ Brennschluß

Oct. 12, 2011 playlist

Gary Noland ~ Humoresque Op. 3
Gity Razaz ~ Duo for Violin & Piano
Stephen Gorbos ~ Plates Subducting
Martin Bresnick ~ Just Time ~ perf. by 5th Sepcies
John White ~ Autumn Countdown Machine
Daniel Wohl ~ + ou -
Jon Brooks ~ Workings in the Grey Room
Todd Reynolds ~ Tree-Oh ~ comp. by Michael Gordon
Steve Mackey ~ It Is Time ~ perf. by So Percussion
Tod Dockstader ~ Apocalypse
Paul Bailey Ensemble ~ Principle of Sufficient Irritation
Alexander Dupuis ~ Yes We Can-certo

Ground control to lost soul

Hey All,

So I realize that I've been absolutely horrible at keeping this blog updated with playlists, but rest assured, Music For Internets is still going strong and still happening every Wednesday morning 10am~12:30 EST on WRIU 90.3 FM and online at wriu.org.

Ironically, one of the main reasons that I've been such a slacker about posting here is because my show has become a "real" radio show again. Since the beginning of this year I had been pre-recording my shows, mic breaks and all, and simply playing an mp3 disc at the station. This was initially due to the fact that I had a time conflict with one of the classes I was taking, but it also freed me to do other things at the station while my show aired. It also meant that it was really easy for me to post playlists because all I needed to do was open iTunes and see exactly what I had played. This semester I do not have a time conflict and have been re-discovering how fun it can be to go into the studio without a pre-set playlist and simply do my show on the fly.


What's this all about Alfie? This is me publicly pledging to try to do better at posting my playlists. Because really, they're kind of awesome, and you should listen to Music For Internets all the time.