Playlist info for: 'Commercial Suicide' on 08-12-2012

Show nameCommercial Suicide
Show DJs Miss Novak,Miss Novak,DJ Tara,Bryan,Dan Cofer America's Favorite Radio Personality,Horsefat,Nick Hennies,DJ Heather,breanna kay,Alex Keller,DJ Progscot,Matthew,Erik,DJ Malligator,rocky
Show infoCommercial Suicide is Central Texas' longest running experimental music radio program. Experimental, electronic, ambient, minimalist, noise, improvised, and other strange sounds can be heard on the show.
Show link http://koop.radioactivity.fm/show.html?showoid=4013
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Time Title Artist Album Label Genre
09:31 pm Announcement Negativland A New Album From Negativland SST Experimental
09:36 pm In Sara, Mencken, Christ and Beethoven There Were Men and Women (excerpt) Robert Ashley 10+2:12 American Text Sound Pieces 1750 Arch Experimental
09:48 pm Come Out Steve Reich New Sounds in Electronic Music Odyssey Experimental
10:02 pm Junk is No Good Baby Byron Gysin Avant Garde Voices 1913-1974 LunaPark Experimental
10:08 pm New York Social Life Laurie Anderson New Music for Electronic and Recorded Media 1750 Arch Experimental
10:13 pm Border Dissolve in Audiospace Liam O'Gallgher 10+2:12 American Text Sound Pieces 1750 Arch Experimental
10:20 pm A Thousand Years Etcetera Kowald/Ludi/Morris/Namchylak When the Sun is Out You Can't See Stars FMP Experimental
10:28 pm Le corps est une usine a sons (excerpt) Henri Chopin Music Overheard Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston Experimental
10:39 pm This is the Law of the Plague Diamanda Galas The Divine Punishment Mute Experimental
10:46 pm The Masque of the Red Death William S. Burroughs The Dark Eye inSCAPE Experimental
10:50 pm Praevocations/Invocations Kappelhoff/Scherner/Vetter/Zeman Vor der Flut Eigelstein Experimental

Playlist Artists:
 Byron Gysin
 Diamanda Galas
 Henri Chopin
 Laurie Anderson
 Liam O'Gallgher
 Robert Ashley
 Steve Reich
 William S. Burroughs

Playlist Labels:
 1750 Arch
 Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston