Vital Weekly: Heather Frasch, Katie Porter, Alessandro Sgobbio

Aug 08, 2022: 2pm - 3pm
WGXC 90.7-FM: Radio for Open Ears

90.7-FM in NY's Upper Hudson Valley and wgxc.org/listen everywhere
http://www.wgxc.org/

Standing Wave Radio

wavefarm.org/listen and 1620-AM at Wave Farm
https://audio.wavefarm.org/transmissionarts.mp3

Assembled by Vital Weekly email magazine.

Tracklist for Vital Weekly 1346:
0000 Tune
0014 Paradot - Mirror Rip
0326 Carlos Pozo - White Ruins In A Black Field
0637 Minamo & Asuna - Polarization Echoes In Transmission
0946 Adriano Zanni - Racconti D'osservazione
1255 Zach Rowden - Don't Use Up All Your Good Ones
1604 Bestattungsinstitut - Cremulator
1914 Heather Frasch & Koen Nutters - And/In
2229 Manuel Mota - Hieme
2533 Alessandro Sgobbio - Ghaza
2843 O.R.D.U.C. - Or Dub
3133 Tetuzi Akiyama & Ayako Kataoka & Kiyomitsu Odai - Manifestation Of Perceptual Variables Latent In The Environment
3442 Manuel Mota - Via
3751 Tatu Metsätähti & Olli Hänninen - OPE
4100 Thea Little - solo-duet
4410 Alone
4719 Moth - Zebulon-3
5031 Lucio Capece & Katie Porter - Phase To Phase 1
5341 Dream Weapon Ritual - Strata II d
5652 Nihiti - Stellar Observer
6001 Manuel Mota - Lux
6311 Wakana Idea & Takuro Odaka & Takashi Masubuchi - September 23, 2021
6620 Joseph Petric
6929 Parisa Sabet - Maku
7238 Bug
7548 Army Of Briars - Having Nothing
7858 Tune

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