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Every Tuesday Night

10:30-Midnight (MST) tune in for a great mix of post-rock, ambient, atmospheric, electronica, and other strange sounds for thoughtful moments—a stream of music that brings you from melodic minimalism to the highest thresholds of intensity. Lay back, turn the lights down, and let yourself go.

Set List: June 15, 2010

June 15, 2010

C-Vernd—Stafrænn Hákon—Skvettir edik á ref
Window—The Album Leaf—In A Safe Place
Avril 14thAphex Twin—Drukqs (Disc 1)
Helvetica—Arms And Sleepers—Matador
I can’t feel my hand anymore, it’s alright, sleep still—Mum—Finally we are no one
Stereo 99—Blue States—Nothing Changes Under The Sun
All Alright—Sigur Rós—Med sud i eyrum vid spilum endalaust
Peacock Tail—Boards of Canada—The Campfire Headphase
Music Box—The Cinematic Orchestra—Ma Fleur
I Hit, I Miss, I Fall—MinionTV—MinionTV
Piano Fights—65daysofstatic—We Were Exploding Anyway
Death Is The Road To Awe—Clint Mansell—The Fountain Soundtrack


Set List: May 8, 2010

June 8, 2010

Phone Me—BeatovenFully Baked EP
I know someone who can’t recognize—cars & trainsLive on KBOO, Portland, OR | April 5th, 2010
A Simple Dare—Because of GhostsYour House is Built on a Frozen Lake
End Over End—A Troop Of EchoesDays In Automation
Minmin—Do Make Say ThinkGoodbye Enemy Airship the Landlord Is Dead
ASA—CaspianThe Four Trees
Catastrophe And The Cure—Explosions In The SkyAll Of A Sudden I Miss Everyone
Robot Meets Girl—MinionTVMinionTV
Auto Rock—MogwaiMr. Beast
Barn—Low in the SkyDear Birds
Not Of The Fallen—UpcDowncLeftcRightcABC+StartAnd The Battle Is Won
we have a map of the piano—MumFinally we are no one
Etude No.2 (Superveille) (from Glass Cuts, Philip Glass Remixed)—Philip GlassThe Orange Mountain Music Philip Glass Sampler Vol.

Interview with Phillip of Caspian

May 27, 2010

When I email Caspian to ask for an interview before their Salt Lake City show, I got this response from Philip Jamieson, one of the guitarists:

James, feel free to hit me up at: [phone number] the night of the show and we can connect at the venue for the interview. If that doesn’t work, look for the tall drink of water (I resemble a giraffe) with spikey hair.

Indeed, when I caught up with Philip over a deli sandwich before the show, he was a tall skinny man who seemed nervous to hear his own voice, like a shy kid from school who has been forced to live in a body that is too big for him. But when we started to talk about Caspian, his eyes lit and a smile came across his face. He tried to devour his meal as we talked, but the his hunger was much less pressing than the prospect of talking about music, artistry, and his passion, Caspian. For the most part, his food sat in a cardboard takeout box as his hands moved across the table, punctuating his ideas with gesture.

How’s the tour going to so far?

It’s going well. We haven’t done a full US tour for something like 3 years. We wanted to get out here and see what it was like, see if we had picked up any new fans. And it’s been going really well. I think everyone’s really been enjoying it.

I’ve been in some bands, and I’ve found that whenever I got serious with a band, it would often take the fun out of it. And I’m sure the rigors of touring amplify that effect. Have you encountered that, and how do you combat it?

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Set List: May 25, 2010

May 25, 2010

Vermillion—The Album LeafOne Day I’ll Be On Time
Alpha and Omega—Boards of CanadaGeogaddi
The Great Stella Tree—BeatovenFully Baked EP
Some Are White Light—CaspianThe Four Trees
GoodbyeEnemyAirship—Do Make Say ThinkGoodbye Enemy Airship the Landlord Is Dead
Large Truck F.H.L—The Low Frequency In StereoThe Low Frequency In Stereo
Karelia (Opus 2)—MONOUnder the Pipal Tree
Hunting Bears—RadioheadAmnesiac
Kloy Gyn—EfterklangSpringer EP
Kofi—Stafrænn HákonSkvettir edik á ref
They Move On Tracks Of Never-Ending Light—This Will Destroy YouThis Will Destroy You

Set List: May 18, 2010

May 19, 2010

Due to some technical difficulties last night, the show didn’t get rolling until about 11pm. I want to sincerely apologize for those of you who tuned in at 10:30 and sat through a half hour of silence. But we did manage to get an hour’s worth of music on the air last night. It was as short set, but a good set. Thanks for listening.

The Birth And Death Of The Day—Explosions In The Sky—All Of A Sudden I Miss Everyone
How Swift, Thy Sword!—A Time For Burning—A Time for Burning
A Rare Social Gathering/On The Porch—lowercase noises—Seafront
Debutante—65daysofstatic—We Were Exploding Anyway
Helvetica—Arms And Sleepers—Matador
2 rights make 1 wrong—Mogwai—Rock Action
Untitled #1—Sigur Ros—( )
All Of The Champs That Ever Lived—The Octopus Project—One Ten Hundred Thousand Million

Set List: May 11, 2010

May 11, 2010

Barn—Low in the SkyDear Birds
A Waltz for Berenice—Because of GhostsYour House is Built on a Frozen Lake
The Kidnapper Bell—MonoUnder the Pipal Tree
Drawing Mountains—The Album LeafGreen Tour EP (The Enchanted Hill)
Tiger Girl—65daysofstaticWe Were Exploding Anyway
Vose In—AutechreLP5
Beyond The Dying Light—God Is An AstronautFar From Refuge
No Form, No Food, No Future—My Dad Vs YoursAfter Winter Must Come Spring
Certain Remembrances—lowercase noisesSeafront
untitled #8—Sigur Ros—( )
The Beach at Redpoint—Boards of CanadaGeogaddi

MONO: Follow the Map

May 10, 2010

Earlier this week I made fun of myself on Twitter for thinking Mono and MONO were the same band for a very long time, until I finally discovered they were two, very different bands. Really, I was confused for a long time. But now that I know (100% know) that Mono is a British trip-hop band, and MONO is a Japanese postrock band. Hallelujah. On that note, MONO is playing Salt Lake City this Friday. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to go, but I thought I’d post a sweet video of theirs as an homage of sorts.

This is “Follow the Map” by MONO.