A rebroadcast of Seetyca's live performance of the previous Saturday afternoon. This will be released on my very own netlabel. More about that later. Really great performance too. The set is two hours long. Enjoy. I did.
Another track from Dan Minoza and M. Peck. Good stuff. Looking forward to them releasing an album.
In the middle of all this madness... Brooks Rongstad of Exuviae and Nathan Larson of Bunk Data played live as the duo Subseason. They streamed for an hour at 320kpbs and it was awesome. The set will be released later as Subseason: III. So happy to have them on the show.
This show dedicated to Howard, Joe, Shane and the people at electro-music.com. They saved Stillstream. Viva electro-music.com, long live stillstream! Long Live the New Flesh!
Nice to have Jason Sloan playing live. Great set. Had some technical difficulties with the mp3 tags. There's a trick with it where I play this big silent mp3 and it's tagged to say like "Jason Sloan live on Sadayatana". Something like that. Well the big mp3 didn't play for more than a second for some reason. And I didn't notice for a while.
The result was the start of his set was mixed with a bit of Exuviae (who btw, will be playing here live next week along with Bunk Data, as the duo Subseason.) I was thinking as it was playing "wow, this is really nice". Listening to it again I thought the same thing. Later when it's available on his web site I will put a link to his live set as recorded on his end. Meanwhile enjoy the happy accident. This is the way it was as it happened live on Stillstream.com.
The rest of the show was as usual. A bit heavy on the Dark Winter stuff. But sometimes I roll like that. Mix of Bunk Data and partners towards the end. Some Exuviae and Seetyca. All good stuff.
Also Seetyca will be playing live on an upcoming show. Look forward to telling you exactly when. Check faceboob, twitter and stillstream.com for details.
John Tocher surveys the free music landscape for new and old releases encompassing the realms of avant garde, experimental, electronic, musique concréte, industrial, dada-ist music. A transplant from the Los Angeles area, he now makes his home in southeast Texas near the border with Louisiana --deep in swamp country, where the ambiance is enhanced by cicadas and the occasional hurricane.