8/21/18 Broadcasts

  • 8:00am – 10:00am Jake Viator – A Noiseful Joy

    A Noiseful Joy is a weekly live show on dublab hosted by Jake Viator, every Tuesday from 10a-12p Pacific Standard Time. A survey of the wild wide world of sound, each episode explores Avant-Garde, Electronic and Freaked-Out audio and video vibrations from the 1960s and beyond. Tune-in each week for experimental vibrations!

  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm Thomas Klepper – Library of Sounds Past Present and Future Directions


    Enjoy this transmission from Thomas Klepper, co-founder and resident DJ at Downtown Los Angeles’ private monthly underground: Music For Dancers. His eclectic style ranges from jazz to noise, from techno to dub, from classic rock to ambient. From the stylus to the speakers to the warehouse space: Music For Dancers offers high-fidelity audio unparalleled on the West Coast. Thomas’ twelve hour performances can be heard every other month at the Music For Dancers warehouse in Downtown Los Angeles. Thank you for listening.

  • 4:00pm – 6:00pm Hoseh – Version Sounds


    “Version Sounds is my interpretation of radio communication, my version. At its roots, the show credits reggae dub for adding so much to the music we listen to today. From there the branches continue to sprout via a myriad of genres and time spans. Colombian cumbias meet Germanic techno dub meets British twee pop. Stereolab and Sun Ra lounge around as Stars of the Lid jam with Prince Jammy. You never know what to expect but you are guaranteed that the now sounds of 2013 will have a toast with the happening sonics of 1968 and beyond!” love, Hoseh

  • 6:00pm – 8:00pm Tyler Bell – Check In


    Check in with Tyler Bell every third Tuesday from 8 pm to 10 pm Pacific on dublab.com. A wide variety of soul, funk and disco is played as it was originally made. Tyler Bell makes films and works in restaurants and bars in Los Angeles and Montgomery, Alabama.

  • 8:00pm – 10:00pm Echo Park Film Center – Optical Track

    Optical Track is a weekly show presented by members of the Echo Park Film Center Co-op, a group of artists who collectively staff EPFC as volunteers for the cinematic revolution. Each week we will bring you a sonic slideshow as we turn off the projector bulbs and turn up the sound. Tuesdays 8 – 10pm pacific time on KFEP.
    Find Echo Park Film Center online at echoparkfilmcenter.org.

  • 10:00pm – 11:59pm Nicolas Bougaïeff – guest mix

    Nicolas Bougaïeff is a maverick in today’s musical underground. His productions prove a remarkable synthesis between classical composition and contemporary techno; where delicate textures nestle between his signature brutal, harmonic sound.

    A thirst for a deep understanding of musical architecture inspired Bougaïeff to take up musique concrète studies at the Conservatoire in Montreal, before he completed a doctorate on the subject of minimal techno at the University of Huddersfield.

    A move to Berlin in 2008 proved a pivotal moment in Bougaïeff’s artistic development. Diving head-first into the city’s hedonistic techno scene, Bougaïeff established a lasting friendship with Richie Hawtin, designing the performance set-up for Hawtin’s Plastikman Live tour. Bougaïeff is also a co-founder of Liine, the company that launched the iPad version of Lemur — an industry-standard tool used famously by Daft Punk and Björk — before launching Skram, a best-selling mobile music app.

    Establishing himself as a respected educator and authoritative voice in the industry, Bougaïeff regularly delivers composition masterclasses at universities across Europe and has appeared on expert panels at Mutek, Norberg Festival and Ableton Loop.

    Highlights from a formidable body of productions include a stellar collaboration with Max Cooper for Traum Schallplatten, a string of releases on the Cologne-based imprint, Trapez, which included a remix from scene-heavyweight Marc Houle, whilst Bougaïeff’s ‘Pulse Train’ would prove a highlight of Maceo Plex’s Berlin Boiler Room set.

    Bougaïeff seems set only to delve deeper and further, recently renewing his long-standing links to his classical roots, making greater use of orchestral elements and live players in his compositions. Paying homage to the past, he’s spearheading the avant-garde.