Tuesday, June 22, 2010


Dead and Alive is back on the air! Sporadically I'll be broadcasting live on Melbourne's Triple R 102.7FM, doing the Graveyard Shift, 2-6am. The debut program aired very early 12 June, and the music reflected this unseemly hour: dark, nocturnal sounds, from contemporary classical through electronics to Lynchian psychodrama. There were quite a few stylistic shifts / genre slips, but a unity of tone. I've been particularly impressed recently by the crazed sounds of Oneohtrix Point Never, truly disturbing. Here's the playlist:


Richard Wagner (pictured above): Das Reingold (overture)
Gas: Nah Und Fern
Gas: Zauberberg 1
Charles Ives: Orchestral Set 2, first and second movements
James Tenney: Forms 2, In Memory of John Cage
Arnold Schoenberg: String Quartet 2, fourth movement
Ekkehard Ehlers: Plays John Cassavetes 2
Sturm: Untitled (4)
Ekkehard Ehlers: Offen
Robert Schumann: Five Pieces in the Folk Style
Rytis Mazulis: Sans Pause
Indignant Senility: Plays Wagner, 11
Erik Satie: Musique d'Ambleument


Robert Hood (pictured above): Minus
Actress: Lost
Prosumer: Brownstone
Lawrence: Treacle Mine
Christopher Rau: Soulful
Murat Ozur: Unbound
Losoul: Up The Beach
Prompt: Amber
Isolee: The Black Lodge
DJ Koze: I Want to Sleep
Rick Wade: Aint No Place
Robag Wruhme: Kennex
Wolfgang Voigt: Geduld (DJ Koze Remix)
Pom Pom: 33 (untitled)
Pom Pom: 33 (untitled)


Oneohtrix Point Never (Daniel Lopatin, pictured above): No Zones
John Carpenter: The President is Gone
Ducktails: Seagull's Flight
Oneohtrix Point Never: Demerol
Stephan Mathieu/Janek Schaeffer: Fugue
Belbury Poly: Remember Tomorrow
Oneohtrix Point Never: Please Don't Go
Oneohtrix Point Never: Nobody Here
The Field: Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime
William Basinski: Disintegration Loops 3


David Lynch: Ghost of Love
David Lynch: Go Get Some
Roy Orbison: Blue Angel
Connie Stevens: Sixteen Reasons
Linda Scott: I've Told Every Little Star
Julee Cruise (pictured above): Rockin' Back Inside My Heart
Nick Charles: Sunday Jealous
The Moonglows: Sincerely
Roy Orbison: Paperboy
Walter Huston: Lost in the Stars
Julee Cruise: The World Spins

Thanks for listening. If anyone's interested in more detail send me an email - joshualine@yahoo.com. For future shows watch this space...

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