4/26/17 Broadcasts

  • 10:00am – 2:00am Chris Kissel w/guests SheKhan and Tyler Hubby – Contact Wave

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    Contact Wave enthusiastically celebrates the best experimental, avant garde, psychedelic, and off-the-grid music crafted in Los Angeles.

    Tune in at 10, when I’m pleased to present an interview with Tyler Hubby, the director of the new film Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present.

    In the 11 o’clock hour I’ll welcome Kathleen Kim and Kelly Coats of SheKhan. SheKhan draws upon Kim and Coats’ years of collaborative experimental composition and improvisation to create beat driven interlocking harmonies of flute, violin, vocals, mandocaster, synth, effects and more. The duo also performs at Non Plus Ultra on March 12.

  • 10:00am – 12:00pm Kip Uhlhorn – Guest DJ Set

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    Tune in for a guest set by Kip Uhlhorn from Cloudland Canyon. Don’t miss out…

    Cloudland Canyon is an experimental/psychedelic band formed by Kip Uhlhorn. They have worked with a variety of labels such as Kranky, Holy Mountain and Not Not Fun, toured with The Flaming Lips, Interpol and Bear in Heaven and shared production credits with Sonic Boom (Spacemen 3) on their 2016 LP- An Arabesque (Released on Uhlhorn’s label, Intercostal Artists). Cloudland Canyon continues to release records with musical reference points in krautrock repetition and drone, shoegaze, cosmic disco and even techno.

  • 12:00pm – 2:00pm Diva – Yialmelic Transmissions

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    Interdimensional intergalactic immortal pop star and meditational healer Diva presents to you guided exotic journeys to her home planet Yialmel as well as other beneficial voyages through consciousness. Get tuned-in every first Monday of the month on Yialmelic Transmissions during which Diva leads you on a journey to healing destinations. Experience the limitless movement available to you in the moment.

  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm Jasmin Blasco – Speak My Language

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    “All around the world, everywhere I go, no one understands me.”

    Speak My Language hosted by Jasmin Blasco proposes to explore the sound of words and the music beyond it.
    Every month features a guest to investigate a specific world of sound through a curated playlist.
    Speak My Language is a site for the elaboration of series of Radio Fictions.

  • 4:00pm – 6:00pm Sage Caswell w/guest Green Gerry – From Now On

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    From Now On you can feel better all the time
    From Now On you can be what you like
    From Now On things will get easier
    From Now On things will be as you want them to be
    From Now On they will see the truth
    From Now On they will hear you clearly
    From Now On nothing stays the same
    From Now On we’re in this together

  • 6:00pm – 8:00pm Jake Jenkins – Friendly Futures Radio

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    Monday evenings, Friendly Futures Radio floats and fills the dublab skies with Los Angeles musical enthusiasm with particular hip-hop diligence, new age headiness and certainly Silky sentimentality. Cornering and covering all of the communities within the community, future roots on full. All in transcribing details within the history. We love the history!

  • 8:00pm – 10:00pm Santiago Salazar w/guests Subversive and Stefan Goldmann – SANTUARIO

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    “Santuario is your sanctuary for deep electronic beats ranging from house music, electro and techno music. Santuario will feature music from underground labels throughout the world ”

    Guest’s DJ’s:
    Subversive(VRV/Droid Behavior, LA)
    Subversive is a DJ veteran of the LA techno community, currently focusing on remix and original output. Through his longtime participation in Droid Behavior and association with Raíz he helped form the VRV label, which has become a platform for both artists. Previous releases have appeared on Historia y Violencia and French label Construct Re-Form, where he collaborated with Voiski as Deception Plan. Subversive’s performances and productions flow between varying styles of techno, electro, and tribal, echoing remnants of Kalamazoo, Birmingham, and Detroit’s depth.

    Stefan Goldmann (Macro Recordings, Berlin)
    Techno and house have always been about imagining the future and feeling the excitement of change and discovery. If anyone has lived up to this aspiration in recent years, it is Stefan Goldmann. With every new release or project he has brought a new edge to the table, creating some of the most memorable tracks of recent years. The dirt of “The Maze”, the melodic craze of “Sleepy Hollow” or the off-center choirs of “Lunatic Fringe” have injected new excitement into dancefloors and shown new directions to DJs and producers alike.

    The scope of his work seems vast – from underground techno hits to scoring films to large scale music theatre productions. Yet in the end whatever he does eventually relies on the core features of techno. What are the inner workings of a techno track and which devices can be extracted out of techno and re-applied to wider contexts – these are the two main lines of inquiry he has followed rigorously.

    After releasing for labels such as Perlon, Classic, Ovum, Cocoon and Innervisions, Stefan Goldmann’s label Macro, founded in 2007 with Finn Johannsen, built a group of peers rather than gathering artistic followers. For instance, Macro has become the home of Elektro Guzzi, the preeminent group of creating techno in realtime through live instruments. Macro has also released music by artists with a long track record and strong standing of their own, such as Patrick Cowley, KiNK and Peter Kruder. Showcasing the work of individuals covering different areas of a greater whole at benchmark levels is the beauty of Macro’s label policy. Live, these constellations have been presented at label events in Berlin, London, Paris, Vienna, New York, Tokyo and many other cities. With Macro, Stefan Goldmann has created a context and outlet for his ever moving targets.

    As a long time associate of Berlin’s emblematic Berghain club, Stefan Goldmann DJs at Panorama Bar, has conceived the Elektroakustischer Salon nights and writes a column for the club’s program flyer.

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