This is CH ZERO
Though there are some commonalities, It has nothing directly to do with this channel zero, or this one, though both are cool ;).
For 7 years on CIUT 89.5 fm, I produced and co-hosted the show. We had a series of in-house troupes doing radio plays, spoken word performances, and sketch comedy.
I played with sampling on my old mac LC [it still works!], and mixed live using 2 turntables, 2 tape decks, & 2 CD players running material taken randomly from the library or pre-recorded to tape.
It was a fun show, I enjoyed my time on it! But like many things that become routine, after 7 yrs I decided it was time for a change.
Recently the bug has been nipping at me, but I still don't want to be locked into a schedule. Along comes POD CASTING. Well damn. That's just about right.
So CH ZERO is reborn....
CH ZERO zero zero one
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This episode, we spend some time at the Monthly Montreal Comix Jam with Sherwin Tija [photo care of Mr. Boggedy], we listen to some tunes, hear some words, and contemplate.
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The Play List
Border radio: Turn your radio on 1933/34 Asher Sizemore & little jimmy.
Jesse Bochner and Sherwin Tija: "comics are for communists!"
"The Question is this": Dr. Fredric Wertham
Sample: anon Crunching guitar loop.
Sample: "A little what?" an old roomate, Bridget.
Sample; cut up old phone message:"if you have it and need it..." Alex Megelas.
Sample: "Looks like real, feels like real" - old B&W add for children's toy.
Sample: "Don't that make your brown eye blue" sound bite from an old broadcast of 'weird tv' around the mid 90's.
Sample: "naked pictures" don't know the origin, odd bit of radio I think I grabbed off the American airways in NY mid 90's with a sonny tape recorder.
Sample: "I'll be back, no I don't think so, biff bam pow" Cut up, Arnold vs. Nimoy.
Voices of the Monthly Montreal Comix Jam: Jack Ruttan, Sherwin Tija, Jesse Bochner.
Lake of Stew; I Am Violent . A live recording from a Wednesday night jam over the fish store on st. Viateur!
More jam voices: shooting the shit about shading. +Sherwin's tune list
The Weekend [+]; Kick Myself
More jam voices: "i'm going to have to get rid of some of you"
Metric [+]; Old World Underground, Where Are You Now?; Dead Disco
More jam voices: Go pretty
The Dead Milkmen; Punk Rock Girl
Max does the DJ thing as fast as Max can.
Adem; Long drive home
Comic Book Crazy with Sherwin Tija aka Sully, aka The Hipless Boy [+][+][+][+][+]
The Dinner is Ruined; Love Songs from the Lubritorium; Basic Training & Carnival Of Sole. [+][+][+]
Hunter S Thompson from Gonzo Papers, Vol. 3: Songs of the Doomed: More Notes on the Death of the American Dream.
Stuart Dempster; Didjerilayover
Brendan McLeod; HIV
Kiking Giant; HALO; Rachel's Song [+][+]
Max; sanding and cats & on memory
Unknown sample of funky klezmerish circuses horns, let me know if you know who it is?
Max does the DJ thing, not so fast this time.The End
posted by max at 12:48 AM