• Dandelion Radio - April 2010 shows

    1 Abr 2010, 6:50 de DandelionRadio

    Andrew Morrison:
    Andy gives you more length in April, with a specially extended show to accommodate 3 excellent sessions: Errors, recorded live last month (part 1 of 3 to feature over the next few shows); The Spinoza State (including a Flaming Lips cover); and some brilliant progressive trance from Cygnus X-1.
    As promised, Andy repeats The Orb's classic 1989 John Peel session version of 'A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain That Rules From The Centre Of The Ultraworld (Loving You)' in all its 20-minute glory. You'll hear loads of great new music, signed and unsigned, including The Horn the Hunt, Memory Tapes, Document 3 and Ghost Society, along with the usual contributions from Scott and Teresa. There's also a competition to win the new EP from The Chasms – featuring their 2009 Dandelion Radio session recorded for Pete Jackson's show.

    Dubster:
    Radiodubster: Live at the Wickerman
    To get your appetite whetted for the oncoming summer festivals Steve and Brian…
  • solipsistic NATION No. 78: Spark

    22 Feb 2008, 20:01 de solipsisticast

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    I’m very excited about today’s show because as of this week, solipsistic NATION is being broadcast on KYOU Open Source Radio on 1550 AM in San Francisco.

    I’d like to thank KYOU’s station manager, Stephen Page, from bringing me on board. I’d also like to think all of you who are listening, whether you’re listening to solipsistic NATION over the airwaves in San Francisco or those of you who have downloaded the show from all over the world.

    I’ve got a jam packed show for you!

    This week on solipsistic NATION we’ll talk with J. Anthony Allen, the Director of Programming for the Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Art taking place at the University of Minnesota, February 26 through March 2.

    We’ll also talk to to Professor Diana Deutsch from the University of California, San Diego’s psychology department, about musical illusions and paradoxes, phantom words and other curiosities.