Sunday, October 08, 2006


Another academic year, another new season, another Sounding Depth adventure. The show now airs live 5pm Fridays (PST).

It was an eventful, intense summer with experiences ranging from the stunning death of a dear dear friend and three-time Sounding Depth guest Terso, to the brilliant 2006 edition of the Decibel Festival, to some energetic debate about electronic music, local support and accountability in public radio, to even a mention in the local rag.

So, it's the fall and I'll be providing the tunes on Friday's for your electronic happy hour. If you're away from the computer actually out in the, you know, real world, you can always stream or grab the archives each week at your convenince from here and here.

This week's playlist was typically varied, taking in the sounds of dub remixed various ways, hyphy, idm, pop, and making an extended stay in the realm of the heavy, wobbly bass. I finished the show with tracks from Baby Dayliner and The Mobius Band who played on Friday at Neumo's. I was really excited to see Baby Dayliner, having really fallen in love with his music over the last month or two. Sadly the show didn't really click for him or much of the paltry audience. I hope to one day see him when he's 'on', because he is obviously a unique talent.

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