FoxNet News for Thursday, August 11, 2011.
Welcome to FoxNet, the newsletter for information about my musical
activities such as Galactic Travels, The Municipal Band of Allentown,
Pinnacle, and much more!
QUICK LOOK - MORE SHOWS AND DETAILS BELOW
8:00 am - Afterglow on WMUH
11:00 pm - Galactic Travels on WDIY
Coming this week:
August 20 - Chez Mosc
September 3 - Thought Radio
September 3 - Municipal Band at Rose Garden
September 4 - Soundscapes Concert Series - Modulator ESP
September 7 - Modulator ESP & Bill Fox at KTU's Planetarium
September 9-11 - electro-music Festival
September 22 - Twyndyllyngs at Event Horizon
October 2 - Soundscapes Concert Series:
Dean DeBenedictus & Vic Hennegan (California) and
Bernhard Wostheinrich (Germany)
EVENTS ARE IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER.
AFTERGLOW ON WMUH: http://soundscapes.us/afterglow
Afterglow airs from 8:00 am to 9:30 am EDT/GMT-4 every Thursday
morning. Tune in for a delightful mix of eclectic musical genres
including a healthy dose of Progressive Rock. Tune in at 91.7 FM or on
the internet at http://muhlenberg.edu/wmuh/stream.html
NITE FLYTE: http://niteflytemusic.com
Rob Ballonoff, the guitarist in my cover band, is in the duo Rob &
Marty and the band Nite Flyte. He also plays solo.
Thursday 8/25, 5 pm to 6 pm
Live on WXLV radio 90.3 fm and internet on the Phil Stahl radio show.
Rob & Maty:
Thursday 8/25 8:00 pm
Phil's open mic at Krocks Pub.
GALACTIC TRAVELS ON WDIY: http://galactictravels.info
Tonight at 11 pm EDT/GMT-4 on Galactic Travels, I'll conclude the
month-long Special Focus on Tomas Weiss and Mathias Grassow. The
Featured CD at Midnight will be "Ornaments" on Thar Records. Details
are at the Special Focus page at:
I will also play music by Modulator ESP who will play at the
Soundscapes Concert Series on Sunday, September 4.
Galactic Travels is an electronic, ambient, and space music show that
airs each Thursday at 11:04 pm on WDIY 88.1 FM, Allentown and
Bethlehem, 93.9 FM in Easton and Phillipsburg, 93.7 FM in Fogelsville
and Trexlertown, on the internet, and in High Definition Radio at 88.1
FM. Listen at http://wdiy.org/listen on the internet.
COMING THIS WEEK:
CHEZ MOSC: http://is.gd/aRqco
Saturday nights at 6:00 pm EDT/GMT-4, join Twyndyllyngs in the weekly
netcast concert. Listen and chat at:
Guest musicians are welcomed.
This week's broadcast is part of the weekend-long Autumnal Equinox 2011
streaming concert starting Saturday at noon and going to 10 pm.
THOUGHT RADIO: http://soundscapes.us/thoughtradio
My next stint on Thought Radio, the Saturday edition of The AM/FM Show,
will be Saturday, September 3 at 6 am EDT/GMT-4. I will continue the
special on Sequences Electronic Music Magazine's sampler CDs in Phase
One. I will also play music by Modulator ESP who will play at the
Soundscapes Concert Series on Sunday, September 4.
I host the show every other week. When I am at the helm, the show
features electronic, ambient, and spacemusic at the beginning, an
eclectic mix of genres in the middle, and winds up with Progressive
Tune in at 91.7 FM or on the internet at
SOUNDSCAPES CONCERT SERIES: http://soundscapes.us
Sunday, September 4, the Soundscapes Concert Series returns to the
Nazareth Center for the Arts with Modulator ESP of the UK.
Modulator Experimental Synthesis Project, a.k.a. Modulator ESP,
performs improvised music that explores the boundaries of dark ambient,
drone, Berlin School sequencing, and noise using modular synthesis,
real-time sampling, sound manipulation, and live looping. Eschewing
playing along to pre-programmed, structured backing tracks, Modulator
ESP prefers something a bit more freeform. This is the revelation he
had upon discovering bands like Arc, RMI, Redshift, Airsculpture, and
Arcane who were doing a more retro-styled improvisational take on EM.
Modulator ESP has been described variously as "vintage synth overload
to propel you into the outer reaches of the cosmos" and "one man will
descend to (this) earth in a hail of analogue synth tones; called upon
from the singular consciousness of John Carpenter and Vangelis - like
a 2046 dystopian dream with the optimism of Jean Michael Jarre, and
Modulator ESP loves playing synths because he loves the electronic,
synthetic, other worldly nature of the sounds. This makes Ambient,
Berlin School EM the best style for his interests. He plans to stretch
the boundaries by incorporating some of his progressive influences.
Doors open at 7:30 pm and the concert is at 8:00 pm. The concert is
free. Donations are requested to support the musician and to enable the
Nazareth Center for the Arts to pay operating expenses. The NCA is
located at 30 Belvidere Street, Nazareth, PA 18064 just off of Route
191 on the southwest corner of Belvidere Street and South Spruce
Street. Check the NCA site for parking information.
The Soundscapes Concert Series is the concert companion to the Galactic
Travels radio program on WDIY-FM and to Thought Radio on WMUH-FM and
presents electronic music to the Lehigh Valley. This is the concert
series that presented Robert Rich (California), vidnaObmana (Belgium),
The Ministry of Inside Things (Philadelphia), Richard Lainhart (New
York), Orbital Decay (Quakertown), Mark Jenkins (UK), Mikronesia
(Philadelphia), The Tangent Project (Philadelphia), Technicolor Travel
Agency (Poconos), and Twyndyllyngs (Lehigh Valley) to local audiences.
Here is a collection of links that may be used in promoting this concert.
FACEBOOK EVENT LISTING:
MYSPACE EVENT LISTING:
NAZARETH CENTER FOR THE ARTS:
October 2: Bernhard Wöstheinrich (Germany) and
Dean DeBenedictus & Vic Hennegan (CA)
ELECTRO-MUSIC FESTIVAL http://event.electro-music.com
The electro-music festival is the world's premiere event for
experimental electronic music. This three day conference/music festival
includes concerts, seminars, demonstrations, and jam sessions. The
scope is very broad, covering all aspects of electro-music:
experimental electronic music, circuit bending, computer music,
electro-jazz, modular synthesis, musique concrete, improvisation,
algorithmic composition, multi-media, visual art and much more. The
focus will be on participant involvement, sharing, community
development, audience education, and great music.
This year's event takes place at the Greenkill Retreat Center in
Huguenot, NY September 9 to 11.
Twyndyllyngs is the longest word in the English language that has no
vowels. It is also the duo of Howard Moscovitz and Bill Fox who play
experimental electronic music.
On Thursday, September 22, you can catch Twyndyllyngs along with
Richard Lainhart and Electronic Memory (Mike "Ombient" Hunter and Ken
"PXL8TR" Palmer) at Event Horizon. The concert is at 8:00 pm at the
Rotunda in Philadelphia. Visit http://eventhorizonseries.org for