Weekly Schedule (CET)

Something Like #45: The Walking Mind w/ Bitsy Knox

20 July 2022
  • Ambient
  • Experimental
  • Field Recording
  • Poetry
  • Atmospheric
  • Informative
  • Strange

Left, right. Right, left. The act of walking, like the human heartbeat, is extraordinarily complex (involving 200 bones and 600 muscles, not to mention a whole light show of brain activity), and yet for many people, a basic, almost thoughtless activity. We'll ask, where does the mind go when as we move through space?

  1. As ever, thank you to Roger 3000 for providing Something Like's jingles
  2. Check out Barbara Einzig's Disappearing Work, a recounting (The Figures, 1979); Leanne Betasamosake Simpson's Noopiming: The Cure for White Ladies (House of Anansi Press, 2020); and Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Dictee (Tanam Press, 1982).
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W.A. Mathieu, Walking, The Listening Book and The Musical Life, 2008

Felicia Atkinson and Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, OL, Comme un Seul Narcisse 2016

Angel Bat Dawid, Harkening Etudes, 2021

Simone Forti, Night Walk, Al Di La, 2018 (Saltern Records, LA)

Kate NV, Walk, Bouquet, 2022

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, Mindimooyenh, Noopiming Sessions, 2020

Chloe Alexandra Thompson, Walks/Flowers, Moiré, 2021

Mary Krstic, Potwisha, Break the Chains, 1979

Los Dinámicos Exciters - Cuando Llegue A Phoenix, Lo Mejor De Los Dinámicos Exciters

Dylan Henner, Children Were Climbing the Old Tree in the Park, Flues of Forgotten Sands, 2022

Everything Play, 田舎暮らしの夢見人 (Country Dreamer), Everything Play, 1992

Sopa de Pedra, Claro - I Verão II Corpo III Fonte, Do Claro Ao Breu, 2022

Laura Nyro, Stoned Soul Picnic (Demo Version), Eli and the Thirteenth Confession (Expanded Edition), 1968 (remastered in 2002)

Blue Lake, Shoots, Stikling, 2022

Eddie Chacon, Outside (Laraaji remix), 2020

Claire Rousay, everything perfect is already here, everything perfect is already here, 2022

Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Dictee (Polymnia / Sacred Poetry), 1982

Linton Kwesi Johnson, Poem of Shape and Motion, More Time, 1998