I’m currently playing “The Language of Ghosts,” in anticipation of Kim Cascone’s phone-in performance. It’s fun– every time I play this track, I get a different sense of it. I’m going to have to remember to ask him about the full screenplay from which it is taken.
How lame is it that no matter how many interviews I do, that I’m always nervous beforehand?
Looks like I was worrying for no good reason– Cascone has missed his phone-in. We’ll see how this plays out. In the meantime, enjoy the show.
Turns out that there was a bit of a time zone-related mixup, so Cascone phoned in during my interview with SoundCrawl organizers Aaron Doenges and Kyle Baker. I ended up calling him back (thanks, *69!) and doing a short interview with him in the last 15 minutes of the show. Looks like we’re going to re-schedule his set for another time, which is great, because I am really looking forward to hearing it!
Kim Cascone — Music for Dagger and Guitar
Alvin Lucier — Still and Moving Lines of Silence In Families of Hyperbolas; Marimba
Alvin Lucier — Still and Moving Lines of Silence In Families of Hyperbolas; Vibraphone
George Korein — Content Provider, pt.1
New Haven Improvisers Collective — Roger and Out
Oubliette — Amon Hen
Oubliette — Amon Lhaw
Kim Cascone — The Language of Ghosts (monologue)
Paul David Thomas — Bologna
S. Pena Young — Looking Glass
Christopher Bailey — Divertimento in Eb
Robert Fleisher — Loretto Alfresco
Aaron Doenges — The Suicide of Freddie Mac
Dean Rosenthal — Antinomy (Henry Cowell)
Joo Won Park — SoundMobile (I. Forward)
Kyong Mee Choi — Tranquility
Interview with Aaron Doenges, Kyle Baker; Nashville SoundCrawl organizers
Michael J. Schumacher — Room Piece XI
Interview with Kim Cascone