Sunday, March 22, 2009

SESSION EIGHT: At Home With Rose

It's only a month to go now until the launch of Radio23. All very exciting. Each time I go through the live webcast process I seem to do something wrong. I'm really hanging out for the day when it all goes off without a hitch. Perhaps this week will be the day! Of course, I'm not yet doing a live voice-over with my new mic. I don't have a room to broadcast from yet and there's always noise around, so it'll be cool soon when I have a dedicated spot in the house and I can blither away to my heart's content.

Here's my tracklist for Tuesday night. Links still to be added.

Highlights for me are the two Roy Montgomery tracks at the end.

Never Tire of Looking at the Stars, The Skeptics, Amalgam, Flying Nun Records. (2:22)
australopithecus afarensis, Evil Ocean, unreleased. (7:51)
Tapper Flex, Omit, Tracer, Helen Scarsdale Agency. (8:53)
Blame the Speakers, Disasteradio. (1:16)
The Wave with Red Stain Running, Gydja, Umbilicus Marinus, Mystery Sea. (6:52)
despoiler pt. 1, Seht, Application Antarctica Download Form, Celebrate Psi Phenomenon. (4:44)
despoiler pt. 2, Seht, Application Antarctica Download Form, Celebrate Psi Phenomenon. (6:48)
despoiler pt. 3, Seht, Application Antarctica Download Form, Celebrate Psi Phenomenon. (2:35)
A, eso steel, two ways, Drone Records. (5:33)
magnetic south, 1/3 octave band, navigation by light, celebrate psi phenomenon. (7:08)
uneaten stars duo, birchville cat motel, invisible pyramid: elegy box set, Visible Last Dog. (17:29)
Primitive Atmosphere, RST, Axes, Last Visible Dog. (5:39)
Atlantis, Rosy Parlane, Touch 25, Touch. (4:03)
Adrift at 30,000 Ft., Peter Wright, Desolation, Beauty, Violence, Foxglove. (9:44)
Untitled 7, White Winged Moth, I Can See Inside Your House, Poon Village. (3:08)
Coast Road, Blowfly Saint, The Need For A Crossing: A New New Zealand, Vol. 1, Xeric. (4:37)
Bold-Old, Pumice, The Need For A Crossing: A New New Zealand, Vol. 1, Xeric. (3:06)
Unknown Rembetika, Geg Malcolm, The Need For A Crossing: A New New Zealand, Vol. 1, Xeric. (5:27)
Left Turns Right, This Kind of Punishment, In the Same Room, Flying Nun Records. (4:03)
Innerstate, Sandra Bell, Dreams of Falling, Turbulence Records. (2:59)
Intertidal, Roy Montgomery, 324 E. 13th Street #7, Drunken Fish. (3:49)
Film As A Subversive Art, Roy Montgomery, 324 E. 13th Street #7, Drunken Fish. (2:49)

6 comments:

Heroinhead said...

Rose, in 1983 my father was murdered, dismembered, boiled & flushed down the toilet by infamous British serial killer Dennis Nilsen. I am posting about this in my blog. Maybe you'd like to have a read?

If not, excuse me for disturbing you.

Best wishes, Shane.

Rose said...

Thanks Shane. I did have a read and it's a fascinating and tragic tale. But you seem to have your head together amazing well for someone who has been through so much. Thanks for sharing.

Heroinhead said...

Rose, my head may be together but not enough to find your podcasts... where do I find them? I'm sure it's very simple... I'm still a bit of an online novice.

Thanks Shane.

Rose said...

Ho ho. Well, I'll point the way for you :)

Right hand column on my blog in the section entitled "Download" - try session 7. There's new ones going up every week. I was told the music I play spans from "magical at best to volatile at worst".

Heroinhead said...

Rose,

Back again..

I found them but couldn't download... it's my system. I always in and out of internet caf├ęs so I'll make sure I listen from there. Sorry...

Also, I've an art site you can have a look at - Paintings in oil, acrylic & aerosol.

http://shanelevene.hpage.com

Best wishes & I'll get back to once I've heard you're music.

Shane.

Rose said...

Hey Shane. Thanks for the link. I really enjoyed seeing your work. I like that kind of "bleed through" in the images. Like peering into another dimension or something. They're dark, but still very human. I love the dark muted colours.