I’ll be up early tomorrow, July 17, to join Ryne Hancock on the Saturday Morning Show on WTUL. Listen at 91.5 FM in the New Orleans area or online at wtulneworleans.com starting at 6am CST.
Loads of new podcasts with Orca, Attack’s! C.M.S.O. on the deck this past couple of weeks:
And there’s an extremely perceptive track-by-track review of the album up on listencorp (we expect nothing less!). My favorite part:
Reaching an ecclesiastical euphoria of harmonies and echoes, the voice doles out thank you’s from the creators of the course. After which things descend into instrumental chaos with glissando notes filling the soundscape, ending the course on an emphatic and almost ornate note tied off with a twinkling swish of pixellated bells at the very end.
Wow–Farewell, Doomed Planet! is on the WTUL charts for the NINETEENTH TIME, coming in at #29 overall and #7 electronic. I’m speechless. A thousand thanks to all the DJs. WTUL’s “not quite 51st annual rock on survival marathon” is going on right now, so it’s a great time to donate! Furthermore, if you email me and let me know you’ve donated, I’ll send you a Bandcamp download code for the album of your choice from my releases. Offer expires in seven days!
Also, pre-release for my new EP with Orca, Attack! goes on sale tomorrow! Keep your eyes on the Strategic Tape Reserve Bandcamp for cassette tapes, and the Elizabeth Joan Kelly and Orca, Attack! Bandcamp pages for digital only purchases.
Second, big thanks to Bepi Crespan for including the Stay Safe EP in CiTR’s International Women’s Day programming. Playlists and downloads available below.
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 Farewell, Doomed Planet!, so a very belated thank you to KVSC’s Beats N’ Pieces and Radio Free Brooklyn’s Bushwick Garage (episode 200, to be exact).