40 episodes

listening sessions for the third

ear ~ cut-up collage edits & free-format

mixtape compilations eclectic

selective assemblage ~ ranging from difficult to

easy listeningvarious genres ~ various artists
instrumentals . songs . spoken_word oddly

modified - modly oddifiedmerging into medleys

of metapsyphonicaCustomer Review: "Constantly

Unfolding"
"AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music,

clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth

moving assemblage that both challenges and grooves.

Music and spoken word are weaved together into an

aural narrative. What could verge upon irritating

randomness is tempered by AgentA, like any good DJ,

keeps the pace consistent. Songs and audio clips flow

naturally, inevitably, between one another, leaving the

listener in a joyful place of anticipation."
- Francis Tibbles

via Joel LuedersThe Francis Tibbles

ShowMinneapolis, MN

10/12
Including selections from the

following at one time or another: Zone Six Zeena Parkins

YUD Yoshio Machida Yellow Swans Xylox XTC Wire

William S. Burroughs Wild Acoustic Chamber Orchestra

Wildchild The Wishniaks Whitley Streiber White Noise

White Hills West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band

Weather Report The Wans Walking Concert Von Bondies

Volcano Suns Virgineers Vince Guaraldi Victor Hugo Vic

Chestnutt Vibes Alive Versatile Velvet Underground Veal

Uqualla The Units Urkuma uk Crisis Twentyagon Tune

YardsTsukimono Tremelo Transvision Vamp Trans Am

Touch Embassy Torture Tony Schwartz Tone Language

Tom Sherman Tom Jones Todd Gerber Tipsy Thunderball

Thomas A. Clark Thom Blum The Kills The Citizen X

Ensemble Tetsu Inoue Terrence McKenna Terre

Thaemlitz Terminator X Telefon Tel Aviv tekdev69

Technotronic Tatsuhiko Asano T.Rex Sunn O)))

Sunburned Hand of the Man Suede Sublux Sub Dub

Steven Curtin Steve Tibbetts Steve Reich Starkillers Star

Ghost Dog Sucking Strange Divine Spanky & Our Gang

Snap Southpacific Something Different Smoker's Delight

Smashing Pumpkins Sleep Maps Sleep Shirley &

Spinoza Skylab Sinister Kitchen Simian Shootingguns

Shogun Kunitoki Shins Shalabi Effect Secret Machines

Sean C. Murphy Sea Stories Scott Walker Saturnia Sara

Ayers Sambassadeur RRose Roxy Music Roy Rogers &

Dale Evans Rothko Rose Knudsen Rolling Stones Roel

Meelkop Robyn Hitchcock Robert Crumb Robert Ashley

Reverend Mofo Reuben Bell & The Casanovas Red

Sparowes Radiohead Record Club The Quick Pscyche

Origami Producers for Bob Princess Superstar Prince

Rama Prime Time Sublime Orchestra Pretty Things

Polmo Polpo Playgroup Planetary Assault Sytems

Process Pink Mountaintops PiL Piero Umiliani Piek

Phillip K. Dick Philippe Laccarrière Percussive

Compagnie Pharcyde Phase Phantogram PGR Petri

Kulijuntausta People Like Us Pee Wee Herman Pearls

Before Swine Scott Walker Paul McCartney Paul Hogan

Partisans Papa Byrd Pablo Ribot Opitope Olivia Tremor

Control Off The International Radar The Offs Notwist

Northern Liberties Nor Elle noiseOmatic 1000 Nite-Liters

Nirvana Nicole Panter Nicky Da B Neu Nerve Theory

Mushroom Music For Headphones Mr. Scruff Mounsier

Metzi Monkees Moon Duo Mitchell Kriegman Mind

Travel Express Michael Nyman Michael Chocholak Mice

Parade M.I.A. McClusky Metric Messer Chups Meat Beat

Manifesto Marshall McLuhan Matmos Margo Guryan

Maelstrom & Napz Madvillain Madlib Luie Luie

Lovecraft's Adjectives Love of Diagrams The Lounge King

and Monsieur Max Lost Fingers Lord Huron Lonely

Things Lob! Linda Moulton Howe Lexaunculpt Lewis

Black Leonard Cohen The Last Poets Laraaji LapTop

Bogie Lafayette Afro Rock Band Ladytron L.U.V.

Kraftwerk Klaatu Kit Clayton King Tubby Kings of

Convenience King of Slack Kim Cascone Kid Cudi Ken

Nordine Keith Zak Kayla Schmitz Kamel Nie(continued)

TONES FOR THE HEAD AgentA

    • Music
    • 4.5, 2 Ratings

listening sessions for the third

ear ~ cut-up collage edits & free-format

mixtape compilations eclectic

selective assemblage ~ ranging from difficult to

easy listeningvarious genres ~ various artists
instrumentals . songs . spoken_word oddly

modified - modly oddifiedmerging into medleys

of metapsyphonicaCustomer Review: "Constantly

Unfolding"
"AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music,

clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth

moving assemblage that both challenges and grooves.

Music and spoken word are weaved together into an

aural narrative. What could verge upon irritating

randomness is tempered by AgentA, like any good DJ,

keeps the pace consistent. Songs and audio clips flow

naturally, inevitably, between one another, leaving the

listener in a joyful place of anticipation."
- Francis Tibbles

via Joel LuedersThe Francis Tibbles

ShowMinneapolis, MN

10/12
Including selections from the

following at one time or another: Zone Six Zeena Parkins

YUD Yoshio Machida Yellow Swans Xylox XTC Wire

William S. Burroughs Wild Acoustic Chamber Orchestra

Wildchild The Wishniaks Whitley Streiber White Noise

White Hills West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band

Weather Report The Wans Walking Concert Von Bondies

Volcano Suns Virgineers Vince Guaraldi Victor Hugo Vic

Chestnutt Vibes Alive Versatile Velvet Underground Veal

Uqualla The Units Urkuma uk Crisis Twentyagon Tune

YardsTsukimono Tremelo Transvision Vamp Trans Am

Touch Embassy Torture Tony Schwartz Tone Language

Tom Sherman Tom Jones Todd Gerber Tipsy Thunderball

Thomas A. Clark Thom Blum The Kills The Citizen X

Ensemble Tetsu Inoue Terrence McKenna Terre

Thaemlitz Terminator X Telefon Tel Aviv tekdev69

Technotronic Tatsuhiko Asano T.Rex Sunn O)))

Sunburned Hand of the Man Suede Sublux Sub Dub

Steven Curtin Steve Tibbetts Steve Reich Starkillers Star

Ghost Dog Sucking Strange Divine Spanky & Our Gang

Snap Southpacific Something Different Smoker's Delight

Smashing Pumpkins Sleep Maps Sleep Shirley &

Spinoza Skylab Sinister Kitchen Simian Shootingguns

Shogun Kunitoki Shins Shalabi Effect Secret Machines

Sean C. Murphy Sea Stories Scott Walker Saturnia Sara

Ayers Sambassadeur RRose Roxy Music Roy Rogers &

Dale Evans Rothko Rose Knudsen Rolling Stones Roel

Meelkop Robyn Hitchcock Robert Crumb Robert Ashley

Reverend Mofo Reuben Bell & The Casanovas Red

Sparowes Radiohead Record Club The Quick Pscyche

Origami Producers for Bob Princess Superstar Prince

Rama Prime Time Sublime Orchestra Pretty Things

Polmo Polpo Playgroup Planetary Assault Sytems

Process Pink Mountaintops PiL Piero Umiliani Piek

Phillip K. Dick Philippe Laccarrière Percussive

Compagnie Pharcyde Phase Phantogram PGR Petri

Kulijuntausta People Like Us Pee Wee Herman Pearls

Before Swine Scott Walker Paul McCartney Paul Hogan

Partisans Papa Byrd Pablo Ribot Opitope Olivia Tremor

Control Off The International Radar The Offs Notwist

Northern Liberties Nor Elle noiseOmatic 1000 Nite-Liters

Nirvana Nicole Panter Nicky Da B Neu Nerve Theory

Mushroom Music For Headphones Mr. Scruff Mounsier

Metzi Monkees Moon Duo Mitchell Kriegman Mind

Travel Express Michael Nyman Michael Chocholak Mice

Parade M.I.A. McClusky Metric Messer Chups Meat Beat

Manifesto Marshall McLuhan Matmos Margo Guryan

Maelstrom & Napz Madvillain Madlib Luie Luie

Lovecraft's Adjectives Love of Diagrams The Lounge King

and Monsieur Max Lost Fingers Lord Huron Lonely

Things Lob! Linda Moulton Howe Lexaunculpt Lewis

Black Leonard Cohen The Last Poets Laraaji LapTop

Bogie Lafayette Afro Rock Band Ladytron L.U.V.

Kraftwerk Klaatu Kit Clayton King Tubby Kings of

Convenience King of Slack Kim Cascone Kid Cudi Ken

Nordine Keith Zak Kayla Schmitz Kamel Nie(continued)

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Francis Tibbles ,

Constantly Unfolding

AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music, clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth moving assemblage that both challenges and grooves. Music and spoken word are weaved together into an aural narrative. What could verge upon irritating randomness is tempered by AgentA, like any good DJ, keeps the pace consistent. Songs and audio clips flow naturally, inevitably, between one another, leaving the listener in a joyful place of anticipation.

Joel Lueders
The Francis Tibbles Show
Minneapolis, MN 10/12

Ricardo F. Gonzalez ,

Interesting podcast

This is one of those podcasts that feature a vast assortment of sounds and music. It's an oddity in the iTunes store, but it's a pretty fun time to listen to when going to bed, or going on an interesting drive. These shows will stimulate your mind. The only thing I have about this podcast is that it doesn't happen that often. If newer episodes would come out and more often, I would continue to get tripped out by this awesome and unique podcast

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