Slow Music Meltdown - A repository for mixes and other music miscellanea

Friday, February 24, 2012

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Krafterk at MOMA - A ticket debacle

I was lamenting the fact that I no longer live in NYC when I read about the string of performances by Kraftwerk at MOMA, but after hearing all of the tales of woe regarding waiting in the queue for tickets, it sounds like I would have missed out one way or another.

As my friend Gianni Bocce put it, "I had some Computer Love before queuing Endless Endless."


HER Broadcast in honor of Maisie Josephine


Maisie Josephine - born 2/18/12

As fate would have it, my little girl decided to make her debut on the same day my first broadcast - selected in her honor - was to air on Hollow Earth Radio. Needless to say I was a bit preoccupied when the show aired so I missed it. No worries if you did too, as I made a playlist you can download below. I hope you enjoy, and please be sure to tune in to HER every Saturday from 12-2pm PST for Slow Music Meltdown.

Heartbeat - DJMJ
Baby Where You Are - Ted Lucas
77777 - Boredoms
Zum Wohl - Cluster
Beach House - Secret Colors
Take Care - Beach House
Gullfjellet - Bjørn Torske
The Happy Whistler - Raymond Scott
Wind on Water - Fripp & Eno
Evening Star - Fripp & Eno
420 Millionaires - Free Time
Fly Like a Horse - Sylvain Chauveau
Icke's Struggle - Blanck Mass
Happy Astronaut - Brother Raven
Kekse - Harmonia
Riversong - Tonto's Expanding Head Band
Sea Bed Meditation - Jürgen Müller
Goes By - Emeralds
Besoin de Mer - Trinité
Purus River - Uakti
Letzte Tage - Letzte Nachte -Popol Vuh


*For optimum listening pleasure, check Crossfade Songs and set to 12 seconds in iTunes preferences or your preferred music application.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Slow Music Meltdown on Hollow Earth Radio

Starting this weekend tune in from 12-2pm Pacific time every Saturday for Slow Music Meltdown on Hollow Earth Radio!

This weekend's show is dedicated to the baby my wife and I are expecting any minute. Tender songs of love and affection, with a healthy sampling of cosmic lullaby tracks to sooth the infant in all of us....



*A note to listeners: For the meantime my show is pre-programmed using a service called Airtime and is not actually live, so unfortunately I can't take any calls or requests during the show. If you have any thoughts or requests for the weeks to come, feel free to let me know....

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Jonathan Fitoussi - PLURALIS