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 on their incredible shows. So much good stuff to hear on each of these! Farewell, Doomed Planet!
WFMU Stan, December 6 2019 (click here to listen)
WFMU Serious Moonlight Sonatas with Carol, December 8 2019 (click here to listen)
More listening to catch up with thanks to the following!
3 tracks from
on Music for the DMV Brainvoyager’s “ Electronic Fusion” Episode 221:
A glimpse of “Trinity Quadrant Cantata” on
Whettman Chelmets‘ ‘Thoughts that Linger and Thoughts that Stab’ mix for : A Closer Listen
And another play on
CJSW, this time with “Unusual Capsule” on the Nightmare Delirium show; listen and see the playlist here.
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
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.
Here’s a captivating mix by the ever-innovative Mick Garlick including “
Whaliens” and “ Beau Travail” off Available Farewell, Doomed Planet! wherever you like to get your podcasts. See the full playlist on the Sequences Magazine blog.
KMSU’s Free Form Freakout for playing “ Human Research Roadmap” and saying some nice things about the album. This is a great and eclectic show; see the blog for the full playlist, and listen below.
Wow, it was a weekend full of
on the airwaves. So many wonderful shows to catch up with: Farewell, Doomed Planet!
Future Astronauts, featuring “ Whaliens:”
Shrunken Planet with Jeffrey Davison on WFMU, featuring “ Trinity Quadrant Cantata” ( click to listen)
Lone Frequencies, originally broadcast on Mad Wasp Radio, featuring “ Harm” and some very, very complimentary words about the album that have left me blushing 😊
Independent Music Podcast with “ Baleen Executioner:”
Harm” on Renée Blanche’s KCUR show Night Tides:
And, last but not least, a throwback to last month when
Strategic Tape Reserve played “ Departure” on New New World Radio:
The very very new (only on episode 2!) Vital Things has put together a
rager of a mix, and it includes my noise-pop-ballad “ Harm” off Give it a listen below or on Farewell, Doomed Planet! Mixcloud, and see the tracklist on the website.
:zoviet*france:’s A Duck In A Tree on Resonance FM this weekend tackled “The Stature of Silence” and included my song “ Whaliens” off There will be Farewell, Doomed Planet! re-broadcasts on Tuesday and later in the year, or catch the soul-affirming mix now on Mixcloud.
Lots of airtime for
this week. Thanks to Farewell, Doomed Planet! Phantom Circuit, Zadok Strawberry on WERA (Arlington, VA)’s For The Record, and Sweeney’s Gumbo YaYa on KAOS in Olympia for their support, and listen to the show recaps on Mixcloud–lots of great new artists to acquaint yourselves with.
Thank you to experimental music magazine and podcast
Vital Weekly for reviewing and playing “ Farewell, Doomed Planet! Departure.” Issue 1206 is available here and says,
“[Farewell, Doomed Planet!]” can be jumpy and punky electro poppy, with Kelly singing with a fierce voice, but it also can be dreamy and spacey, such as in ‘Departure’. Going from synthpop to ambient to darker pastures of electronic pop music, she bounces neatly over the place.”
Read the full review on the
site, and listen to the mix below or on Mixcloud.