- 5 years ago
Playing tracks by
Gerstyn Hayward, Konstantin Raudive, Steve Reich, Burroughs, Balch, Giorno, Gysin, P-Orridge, Terry Riley and more.
This week we present an extended meditation on questions of identity as mediated by sound technologies. In the first hour we set the flux capacitor on the captain’s chair to 1985 from whence the 12 year-old version of your host Randolph Jordan will guide us through a Gerstyn Hayward mix-tape including radio, turntable and tape experiments capped off by a live vinyl butchering session as the present-day R.J. hacks through a stack of spoken word records on the CKUT decks. And in the second hour we’ll be joined live in studio by special guest Nicole, phone-sex artist extraordinaire who will demonstrate her vocal talents while we muse about the soundscapes of auditory arousal and the and the slippery nature of identity when the voice is allowed to roam free of the body – complete with an experimental cut-up phone sex séance to bring the show to a head!
Aired July 17th 2012 on CKUT 90.3 FM.