A weekly exploration of unusual stories, news, politics, consciousness, and the unknown, paired with vintage modular electronic sounds from some of the nicest synthesizers of the last 50 years.
# 60-A: "Pretty Good Week, Mood-Wise" (and: "A Bag of Screws")
# 60-A: "Pretty Good Week, Mood-Wise" (and: "A Bag of Screws") by Spoken Word with Electronics
# 60-D: "A Piece of Dust" / "Packet Drop-Offs" (Charlie Pickle, Pt 40)
# 60-D: "A Piece of Dust" / "Packet Drop-Offs" (Charlie Pickle, Pt 40) by Spoken Word with Electronics
# 60-B: "Listener Feedback!" (See Description for Artist Links)
LISTENER FEEDBACK ARTISTS LINKS - WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR FEEDBACK!
In order of appearance:
Sam/Bob from Arizona
Bio: Enigma - No social media, no I.D. on file!
Their track: "Just a Vaccination Card"
not available online
Justin Owen / Rotator:
"Neurodevelopmental Assessment (Parts 1-4)"
3 for Lunarside:
See also: https://soundcloud.com/supercargosound/
"#mutableinstruments all elements"
Michael Weeks / The Wretch
"TERROR OF THE STRATOSFIEND: ELEVATOR GOD"
Eric Barbour (we are honored!)
Feedback provided is a collection of pedal experiments, not available online!
Feedback from a TM-1 pedal, TX-1 Agonizer pedal, and a TX-2 Butt Probe
"Seven Solo Meditations"
"Yellow meets Yellow (Metasonix G-1000 meets Bugbrand Board Weevil)"
"No-Input Major Drum - Bugbrand DRM1 feedback experiments"
John Morehouse: Compulsory Feedback!
"Prayer for a Cloudy Day" | https://mrhs.bandcamp.com/
WE THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR FEEDBACK
# 60-C: "OTHER SCENES INVENTORY REPORT #2" (Issues: 1967)
# 60-C: "OTHER SCENES INVENTORY REPORT #2" (Issues: 1967) by Spoken Word with Electronics
# 59-A: "The Ring Modulator Can Not Handle It!"
# 59-A: "The Ring Modulator Can Not Handle It!" by Spoken Word with Electronics
# 59-B: "I'd Really Like Your Feedback Tonight"
BE A PART OF THE NEXT EPISODE! Send us your feedback (Drone, Guitar, or any other acoustic or electronic Noise) and we'll include it in a "feedback to the show" segment to commemorate episode number sixty. All noise will be credited to their original creators.
Ideally send a track through Soundcloud instant message. We thank you in advance for your feedback. I think you'll enjoy what we do with your feedback.
I recommend going back to the start. So many great moments.