is once again on the Farewell, Doomed Planet! WTUL Electronic Charts, this time at #10. Can’t thank WTUL’s DJs enough for playing the album so much.
I’m still clinging on for dear life to
WTUL’s charts, with at #29 overall and #5 electronic. Farewell, Doomed Planet!
Thanks to Duane Williams for giving me my first ever play (I think, anyway) on WWOZ here in New Orleans! Duane played two tracks by the indomitable
Geiger von Müller including my remix of “ Blue Moon Frequency #2b [Summer Mix].” Listen over on the WWOZ website.
Browsing the WWOZ playlist on Spinitron led to me realize that I missed a couple of wonderful radio shows last fall that featured tracks from
, so a very belated thank you to Farewell, Doomed Planet! KVSC’s Beats N’ Pieces and Radio Free Brooklyn’s Bushwick Garage ( episode 200, to be exact).
WTUL’s charts are back after a long, COVID-19 hiatus.
is still there, clocking in at #16 overall and #4 Electronic. See the full charts on the Farewell, Doomed Planet! WTUL website.
Trinity Quadrant Cantata” from is #11 on Farewell, Doomed Planet! Skylab Radio’s charts this week. Thanks for listening, and catch Skylab through the digital radio platform of your choice here.
Also, fun fact, the song is based on J.S. Bach’s Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (BWV 177), which is also the closing song on
Deerhoof’s excellent new album : Future Teenage Cave Artists
Trinity Quadrant Cantata” from is #20 on Skylab Radio’s charts this week. Thanks for listening, and catch Skylab through the digital radio platform of your choice Farewell, Doomed Planet! here.
I expect this may be one of the last
WTUL charts for awhile as they transition to remote/autoprogramming. The nighttime autoprogramming includes both and Music for the DMV so give it a listen. Thanks as always for the plays 🙂 Farewell, Doomed Planet!
Thanks to WTUL for playing
onto the Farewell, Doomed Planet! charts again!
Thanks CFBX Radio 😊 Farewell, Doomed Planet! at #8 on the
February Electronic charts:
I’m a little behind, but
was also #27 on the Farewell, Doomed Planet! KALX charts for the week ending February 17, 2020:
Back on the
CJSW charts (#25 overall and #7 experimental) thanks to plays on Nightmare Delirium and The Weird Vector: