Liveblogging! Commentary for “ITDE” 4/3/10

It’s hot as heck in the studio this morning– apparently, our transmitter is doing that “rushing” thing again, where it speeds up and starts kicking out a lot of heat for no apparent reason. I remembered how to reset it, but the station was already feeling like a lizard sauna by the time I got here.

Today’s show has been a lot of fun, and I appreciate all the nice calls. I hope that everyone will tune in to WSIU 91.9 FM tomorrow for the debut of my new experimental music program, “Sounds Like Radio.” It’s airing from 3-5am, CST, this Sunday, April 4th. Don’t miss it– and don’t forget to write in to WSIU to remind them that you’re listening!

Erik Belgum, Inertia Ensemble — Monologues (from “Blodder,” on Innova)
Mudboy — The Martian Time Slip (from “Impossible Duets,” with Philip K. Dick, on Hundebiss)
Erik Belgum, Inertia Ensemble — The Idea of Permeability
Mudboy — Eno and I (with Brian Eno, also from “Impossible Duets”)
Skozey Fetisch — Sparky Decks (from “Spectral Freight” on Crippled Intellect)
Skozey Fetisch — Slip Frenzy
Skozey Fetisch — Seas Freeze
Skozey Fetisch — Solar Fibrillation
Art Jerks – Like Things (from self-titled release)
Pendulum — Dymaxion (from self-titled release on Medusa Critical Publications)
Pendulum — R Hydrae 1
Live review of Zach Gage’s “Pond Synth Lite” iPhone/iTouch app
Juan Pablo Caceres — La Cuerda (from “Orquesta”, on Garrapata Discos)
Juan Pablo Caceres — Lo Gaseoso
Juan Pablo Caceres — La Multiplicidad
Juan Pablo Caceres — Lo Metalico
RRR, Fe-Mail & Friends — Call Me (from “Call Me” on RRRecords)
David Rosenboom — Portable Gold and Philosophers’ Stones (from “Invisible Gold,” on Pogus)

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