repeating recompositions of revolution – massive music for the masses

Another round of Canadian Content via Stochastic Resonance…
April 24, 2006, 7:20 pm
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A final hour from the recent socan season here in canada, wherein i manage to craft something rather interesting from the torrent of canadian 'content' that streams through our archives. Enjoy…



Groovy Props from the Man of Hops
April 24, 2006, 7:17 pm
Filed under: society

My man brian just gave me a very nice and glowly review on his blog, Brians Beer Blog

The man is a fine biochemist who has decided to put his skills to the best possible use: Brewing fine beers. He works up at the AlleyKat brewery in Edmonton, and has produced some delicious suds over the years. All you budding biochemists could learn from his example: make beer, not plagues…

stochastic resonance: resistable forces
April 15, 2006, 1:31 pm
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 here you go folks, another tasty treat for you to check. A note to all you clamouring for a rss-based webcast: there is now a 'feed' link on the sideline. However, wordpress doesnt seem to want to add the proper enclosure to denote the mp3 content, so itunes et alia wont see it. If anyone has a workaround that doesnt involve switching providers, i would be happy to hear it. Until next we meet friends, enjoy…



contractual cancontent, grooving nonetheless
April 4, 2006, 9:32 pm
Filed under: mix, radio

SOCAN would prefer us to play at least 35% canadian content. Im all for it, in theory, but when you mix as densely as this (with heavy overlap of tracks), it can be a tricky business filling up the gaps of a set without dilluting the cancon skeleton. All that seems to count is having a name in a column, no accounting for the time and context of the sample. I think ive done well enough with this set of sweet sweet canadian recordings… Here's a tasty morsel for you then…

Cancon Stylings part A



caio for now, sweetlings, let this wet your appetite while i prepare the main course…