WFMU, WVUD, and Mad Wasp Radio

More archived shows to catch up with from the weekend! Thanks to Stan and Carol (aka Serious Moonlight Sonatas) at WFMU, Burl Veneer at WVUD‘s Permutations, and Lee from Mad Wasp Radio’s Kites & Pylons for programming music from Farewell, Doomed Planet! on their incredible shows. So much good stuff to hear on each of these!

WFMU Stan, December 6 2019 (click here to listen)

WFMU Serious Moonlight Sonatas with Carol, December 8 2019 (click here to listen)

The Letter review

Blair Millen from The Letter just posted an 8/10 review rating for Farewell, Doomed Planet! alongside a very thoughtful analysis that’s still making me blush. For example, “…while Whaliens is as good as anything by Loscil and Cosmonaut Chorus is sibling-rivalry to Julianna Barwick, this is a distinctly unique take on electronic music that demands celebration.” You can read the full review over on the blog.

Sweeney's Gumbo Yaya Gift Guide

Tim Sweeney of KAOS’s Gumbo YaYa show put together a New Orleans music gift guide with Farewell, Doomed Planet!, “a musical composition that Greta Thunberg might embrace – ethereal, haunting and mesmerizing.” CDs are still available on Bandcamp and digital downloads are available wherever you can think of. See the gift guide here, and listen to the corresponding show below.

Phantom Circuit, CJSW, and The Séance

Thanks to Phantom Circuit, CJSW, and The Séance for including music from Farewell, Doomed Planet! this week. Lots of great shows for me to catch up listening to, and you too can get started below:

“Human Research Roadmap” on Phantom Circuit (playlist here)

“Departure” on CJSW’s The Almanacs (playlist and listen here)

“Exclusion Zone Earth, Or, All Hail Chernobyl Wolves” on CJSW’s Noise (playlist and listen here)

“Exclusion Zone Earth, Or, All Hail Chernobyl Wolves” on The Séance (playlist here)

And finally, Be Here Tinnitus played “Unusual Capsule,” originally from ihcilon’s This Machine Confuses Fascists: An ACLU Benefit Compilation, on live365.

Thankful to have such a supportive and creative community of electronic musicians and music lovers such as these today. And there’s more to come! Stay tuned for updates from Brainvoyager and Kites and Pylons this weekend.