Today from Noon to 1 PM Pacific Standard Time hear the Return of What’s This Called? on KPSU.org! Your host Ricardo Wang took his elderberry juice and is now healed (mostly…) and ready to bring you the sounds from way out there!
On tap: Jarboe (Happy Birthday today!), Jefferson Airplane (RIP Paul Kantner), Mahler Haze, The Orb, Robert Wyatt, Armchair Migraine Journey and MORE!
Set your controls for the Audio Stream and prepare for a strange and beautiful journey.
Playlist:Track Artist Album
In My Garden Swans Children of God
The Soul Continues Jarboe featuring Attila Csihar Mahakali
Moon Quake 6 The Orb Moonbuilding 2703 AD
And Then it Rained Bing & Ruth City Lake
Today Jefferson Airplane Surrealistic Pillow
Wooden Ships Jefferson Airplane Volunteers
Lord of This World Mahler Haze Ropey
Rebirth Blood Om (excerpt) Armchair Migraine Journey Blood Coupling Magnet
Forest Robert Wyatt Cuckooland
Gazing the Blue Cyclpsycho single
Blank Page of the Blind Melt Banana Bambi’s Dilema
Ricardo Wang is out ill this week, and with that in mind, we turn to a show from 10 years ago, when he was fairly new at KPSU. Tune in and enjoy this quality, decade old radio program to help get your Saturday started right.
Today from Noon to 1 PM Pacific Standard Time set your listening device for KPSU.org and another LIVE episode of What’s This Called? (perhaps “barely alive” is more accurate as your host Ricardo Wang is fighting something off but refuses to miss the show!)
Certainly not going to ignore that soon after playing a song from David Bowie’s album last week, the artist left the Earth. However, enough people are covering his work all over the world right now that it is more important for WTC to bring new material. We’ll delve into the great recording from new Unexplained Sounds Group compilation including tracks by Zach Zinn, Gregg Skloff, Steve Moshier, Marlo Guida, and Sonologyst, plus some other surprises from elsewhere in the Multiverse!
Happy Saturday! Join us from Noon to 1 PM Pacific Standard Time at KPSU.org for another live streaming edition of Ricardo Wang‘s two decade exploration of unusual audio What’s This Called?
The RVNG INTL label (pronounced “REVENGE International” apparently) from NYC sent us what amounts to your host’s favorite package received this season. Brace yourself for extreme experimental new sounds from Anna Homler & Steve Moshier, Bing & Ruth, Savant, Ariel Kalma w/ Robet Aiki & Aubrey Lowe, Steve Gunn & Mike Cooper (deconstructing Portugese folk music), and Hieroglyphic Being & J.I.T.U. Ahn-Sahm-Buhl!
Streaming LIVE 12-1 PM PST.
If I have any time left after all that, I’ll play something from the new David Bowie album.
Playlist: Track Artist Album
Knowledge and Action Savant Artificial Dance
Gongmo Kalma Lowe Robert Aiki, Abrey Lowe & Ariel Kalma We Know Each Other Somehow
Universe Is a Simulation Hieroglyphic Being & J.I.T.U. Ahn-Sahm-Buhl We Are Not the First
Police Police Police Police Police Bing & Ruth Tomorrow Was the Golden Age
Celestial Ash Anna Homler and Steve Moshier Breadwoman & Other Tales
Lampedusa 2013 Steve Gunn & Mike Cooper Cantos de Lisboa
You’re Gonna Need That When He’s Gone Bing & Ruth City Lake
Remembering the ’00s (pronounced “ooze”). The Ooze Review. On January 2nd & January 9th, Ricardo Wang gave a two-hour overview of the experimental music highlights from the first decade of this new millennium. Here, in a special two-hour presentation, is: Remembering the ’00s.
Behold the Salt
Leaves Turn Inside You
I Love You Golden Blue
Legendary Pink Dots
Dream Logick Part One
Child It’s a New World
A Love Song
Hajex from the Light
pigs of the roman empire
When held by Water
I’ve Called You Sexy Woman on a Tuesday Night Before