WGXC-90.7 FM

Suddering Words: unattainable gibberish in its perfect form

Hosted by Ric Royer and G. Lucas Crane with special monthly guests.
2nd Thursdays from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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Suddering Words show image. Collage by Ric Royer. (Mar 08, 2024)

"Suddering Words" is a monthly improvised mashup of various radio show formats from rock jock to radio drama to NPR to old time mysteries and everything in between. It is unattainable gibberish in its perfect form. There will be songs, news, stories, manipulated cassettes, and some in-studio visits by demons AND angels, and it all takes place in a village of airwaves dominated by slittering sounds and suddering words.

G Lucas Crane is a sound artist, designer, performer, and musician whose work focuses on slow media, media/memory confusion, sonic mind control, and time skullduggery. His cassette-tape based archival sound practice explores the wild liminal spaces of hybrid analog aesthetics and new performance techniques for allegedly obsolete technology. His haunting analog composition style has been lent to a wide range of bands and projects over the last 25 years.

Ric Royer is a writer of performance and a performer of writing. His latest book, Niagara Falls, NY was published by Pig Roast Publishing in 2023. He currently lives in the Catskills where he runs Model City Books.