Afternoon New Music Playlists

Afternoon New Music playlist for 07/01/2014

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Tommy James

Afternoon New Music playlist for 06/30/2014

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Chason Goldfinger

The beginning of Morton Feldman's 6-hour long String Quartet No. 2, completed during Transfigured Night on Tuesday, July 1st starting at 1am.

Afternoon New Music playlist for 06/25/2014

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Chason Goldfinger

Interview with Richard Carrick and David Shively, co-directors of Ensemble Either/Or

Afternoon New Music playlist for 06/18/2014

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Chason Goldfinger

Live interview with composer Jacob Cooper, talking about his new album (and coterminous song cycle of the same name) Silver Threads, newly released on the Nonesuch label, along with various influences of his work.

Afternoon New Music playlist for 06/17/2014

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Tommy James

Afternoon New Music playlist for 06/04/2014

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Gabriel Ibagon

Afternoon New Music playlist for 06/03/2014

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Jake Gagne

Early electronic music, much of it affiliated with the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. To end the program, a contemporary electronic piece by Ryoji Ikeda for contrast.

Afternoon New Music playlist for 05/28/2014

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Erika Thompson

Perhaps on Afternoon New MusicTune in Wednesday, May 28th from 3-6pm for the sonic company of the band Perhaps. These Boston musicians have recently been on tour with Acid Mother's Temple, playing over the past two years in 15 countries, 32 U.S. states and in front of a million faces. They will be in the station playing some of their favorite tunes and enlightening us on their math-rock orchestral techniques. Following the broadcast, Perhaps will be playing their final show on the extensive tour with Acid Mother's Temple at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn.

Afternoon New Music playlist for 05/26/2014

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Jake Gagne

Works by Rzewski, Dallapiccola, Takemitsu, and others.

Afternoon New Music playlist for 05/21/2014

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Gabriel Ibagon

Composer Eric Richards and cellist Alex Waterman came in to the studio for an interview about Harley Gaber and the upcoming Tectonics Festival. To learn more about Harley Gaber, visit http://harleygaber.com/.