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Rock Bruise: kneading the bone
January 22, 2013 07:36 PM PST
Tweakulized rock set zone out mixtape featuring:
with tech support from The Steve Miller Band, Aphex Twin and Title Fight

Pump Up The Jam
October 08, 2012 03:45 PM PDT

Tones for the body - novelty collage mix for the head - including selections from: Diplo featuring Nicky Da B - Technotronic - Fatboy Slim - S.N.A.F.U. - Lost Fingers - Snap - Tipsy - Bomba Estereo - and then some.

Trick or Treat!
October 18, 2015 12:55 PM PDT
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Download for highest fidelity playback http://headxones.podomatic.com/ a third-ear twerk session of a collision collage mix of oddified extractions and amputation mutations from a variety of sources including tracks from the following: Ass-OIO / Offcourse / Hapshash / Tones On Tail / Kings Of Convenience / Staple Singers / Wovette / goreshit / neatbeats / Ashtray Navigations / Tlaotion / Boogie Down Productions / Best Coast / Tech Support / Venetian Snares / Staer / M.I.A. / A$AP Rocky / Rotoscope / Kid Cudi / Pharoah Sanders / CDTcrew / The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy / Iron Chic / Krill / Brainbombs / Hovvdy / Sex Snobs / Azari & III / Blake Babies / Trick or Treat!
Living In A House Inside Your Heart Is John Giorno
July 26, 2008 09:41 AM PDT

Starring JOHN GIORNO with Excerpt from Shit, Piss, Blood, Pus + Brains (1976)

parallel play collision collage featurette with cameo and supporting roles from the following:

Artists - selection extractions
(somewhat in order of appearance)
John J.H. Phillips - Elegy
Mantra - Vibes Alive
J Dippold - .microsound 7econds project - Decorous Cognomen
DXM - The Self Dreams . . .
Terre Thaemlitz - Handsome / Ballad For George Michael
Terre Thaemiltz - S. 42
Undetermined Commercial Radio DJ personality
Student voice from Splendid Speaking
Brian Jonestown Massacre - Hide and Seek
Brian Jonestown Massacre - Deep In
Sleep - Evil Gypsy
Mr. Scruff - The Creator Has A Master Plan (Mr. Scruff Remix II) - Bobby Matos
Sunn O))) - Black Wedding

rolline@videotron.ca / Mention Obligatoire : Photo Rolline Laporie 7 07 source page

Enter Expressway Exit Ahead
June 28, 2008 01:13 PM PDT

Splice edit and parallel play merging into the x plane - processed extractions from the following sources: People Like Us - [plunderphonics variation of People Like Us like people like us] \ a youtube clip of the Phillip K. Dick robot with AI \ dada rockin' analog studio duo:
C H R O M E - Zombie Warfare \ Klaatu - [extract of the 70s pop tune - Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft] / Byrds - Under Review dvd [Clarence's Dad in the studio] / Tremelo - Untitled III [twinkling web release on Philadelphia Ambient Consortium site] / Bill Hicks [from one of his stand up rants] / Growing – Epochal Reminiscence [extract of their stellar drone epic]/ Student from Spendid Speaking on podOmatic.com / Pretty Things - [percussion segment from the 60s psychedelic rock pop concept album, Parachute: Baron Saturday] / Steppenwolf - [film adaptation of Herman Hesse' book] / Chrome - Read Only Memory 1979 excerpt / Friendly Aliens [children's play for geography class found in Google video search]/1960 Outer Limits show introduction/ Art Bell - Coast to Coast AM - [viral clip of the caller on the Area 51 line] 192 kbps vbr - stereo - 23.9 mb - 18:43
Brian Eno - 1971-1977: The Man Who Fell To Earth
August 18, 2012 07:17 AM PDT

Superb rockumentary on one of rock music's most important contributors during the 70s and beyond; a well illustrated survey of his influences, collaborations and creative processes as a "non-musician" and music producer.

Link repaired 5/26/14
Better to light a candle...
December 09, 2012 12:48 AM PST

Tech Support (intro) - DJ Shadow (Giving Up The Ghost) - Christopher Hitchens (Numinous) - Magnetophone (Oh Darlin') - American Horror Story (Theme) - Biodub (Reminder) - Uqualla (Speaks) - Four Tet (Circling) - Kraftwerk (Tanzmusik)

July 15, 2012 11:14 AM PDT

This episode begins with an oddified exclusive presentation of the audio extracted from a video clip of Joni Mitchell performing during an interview at the banks of the river Amstel in Amsterdam for a Dutch music programme called "Twee Meter Sessies" (Two Meter Sessions) and continues with an excerpt from the ultra-groovy Gnod & White Hills performing "Drop Out." Soon we're miles away for a brief excursion into the Fourth World with a collage of Jon Hassell's "These Times" and Steve Reich's "Pulse" followed by a complementary collage of Pearls Before Swine's gem of a song, "Another Time" (long lost but found thanks to The Chill Room's "Women of the World, Take Over" podcast ep.) and Keith Zak's melancholic soundscrape, "The Theory Of Everything" - which leads us to another collage, where this time, Jon Hassell is accompanied by the Baka Forest People's "Ieta" over excerpts from ROVO's live performance of their epic jazz rock fusion marvel, "Vitamine." Wooden Shjips follow with their psychebilly gallop of "Lazy Bones" :D before we close out this episode with the audio extracted from a video clip of The Notwist fortified with the Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra performing "Gloomy Planets."

Thanks again to freecodesource.com for their link generator.

Freedom Hurts
May 26, 2014 05:38 PM PDT
listening log highlights compilation collage mix: thoughts on desire and beyond from James Broughton , Sherlock "Elementary" Holmes, Ralph Nader , Slavoj Žižek , Dr. John C. Lilly , Dr. Steven M. Greer and others; supplemented with a metamorphosing Mixcraft score by yours truly.

Ken Nordine - Wow of Now
September 23, 2008 05:36 PM PDT
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