Episode 97: Time-Based Art

Many thanks to and Alley Frey and Will Elder for joining us! You can listen to the episode above, or download the episode right here.

Topic:

  • Time-Based Art Festival
  • What do our guests do within the festival?
  • Where did they get their start?
  • What are our histories with the festival?
  • What are we most interested in seeing this year?

Songs:

  • Aphex Twin – “minipops 67 [120.2]”
  • Tim Hecker – “Chimeras”
  • Melissa Etheridge – “I Want to Be In Love”
  • Joan Rivers on Ed Sullivan, 1967

Bands:

  • Aphex Twin
  • Glenn Frey / Don Henley / The Eagles
  • Phoenix
  • The Strokes
  • Future Islands
  • Slowdive
  • Low
  • Bruce Springsteen
  • Mac Demarco
  • Danny Brown
  • La Luz
  • Paul Westerberg / Tommy Stinson / The Replacements
  • Michael Gira / Swans
  • Liz Harris / Grouper
  • Castanets
  • Stirling Myles / Barra Brown / Ray Raposa / Alameda
  • Mission of Burma
  • Minutemen
  • Black Flag
  • Minor Threat
  • Fugazi
  • Shellac
  • Sylvan Esso
  • Jody Stephens / Big Star
  • Los Lobos
  • Guided by Voices
  • Tim Hecker
  • Laurie Anderson
  • Kim Gordon / Body/Head
  • HEALTH
  • Extreme Animals
  • The Blow
  • Avey Tare / Panda Bear / Animal Collective
  • Oneohtrix Point Never
  • Shabazz Palaces
  • Chanticleer Tru / Magic Mouth
  • Melissa Etheridge
  • Ural Thomas & the Pain
  • Ben Darwish
  • Clem Snide
  • Stephen Malkmus
  • Scott & Charlene’s Wedding
  • Owen Pallett
  • Avi Buffalo
  • Jars of Clay
  • Creed
  • Coheed & Cambria
  • Drake
  • Lil’ Wayne
  • Jethro Tull
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