Weekly Schedule (CET)

Something Like #55: Dust in Suspension, w/ Bitsy Knox

21 June 2023
  • Ambient
  • Avant-Garde
  • Experimental
  • Poetry
  • Dreamy
  • Urgent

My friend Lau once told me, "dust is the last thing". Everything turns to dust eventually. It's the last step. Perhaps it's an afterlife, hovering energy carried by the wind into the atmosphere, anticipating the moment when the smallest breath of water vapour will form around it, carrying it downwards to fertilize the earth. From this parched place, we'll be thinking about prediction, patterns, and invocations.

  1. Thank you as always to Roger 3000 for Something Like's jingle.
  2. Thank you to Julian Talamantez Brolaski for generously allowing Something Like to play its poem if i could i surely would. Thank you too to Haus für Poesie/Lyrikline for the recording of Julian's if i could i surely would. Julian Talamantez Brolaski is a poet and country musician. Its forthcoming album It's Okay Honey is coming out on August 4th this year. You can listen to the singles No More Lonesome Heartaches on Spotify, Youtube, or Apple Music.
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Chuck Senrick, It’s Alright, Dreamin’, 1976/re-issued in 2017
Lia Kohl, First Picture of the Weather Pattern, Too Small to be a Plain, 2022
Bobby McFerrin, Kolo, Kolo, Kolo, Jack Nicholson, Bobby McFerrin – The Elephant's Child, 1987
Judith Hamann, Down to Dust (Excerpt, 2018, composed by Anthony Pateras), Music for Cello and Humming, 2019
H.Takahashi, Dust, Low Power, 2018
Gia Margaret, Ash, Mia Gargaret, 2020
Julian Talamentez Brolaski, if I could I surely would
"Blue" Gene Tyranny, The Forecaster Hopes (2019), Degrees Of Freedom Found, 2021
Ellen Zweig, If Archimedes, Fiction of the Physical, 2023
Alva Noto / William Basinski / Martin L. Gore - Subterraneans, 2023
Ka Baird, Heaven and Hell (by Dorothy Ashby), Bespires, 2020
Bendik Giske, Rush, Bendik Giske, 2023
Sally Barker, Chains, The Rhythm is Mine, 1990
Salenta + Topu, Jour de Pluie, Moon Set, Moon Rise, 2023
Hildegard Westerkamp, Talking Rain, Harangue I, 1998
Leo Svirsky, Rain, Rivers, Forest, Corn, Wind, Sand, River Without Banks, 2019
The Growth Eternal, III. Rain Song for Five Bass Guitars, Bass Tone Paintings, 2020
A.C. Marias, There’s a Scent of Rain in the Air, One of Our Girls Has Gone Missing, 1989
Hiroshi Yoshimura, Wet Land, 1993
Buffy Sainte-Marie, For Free, Quiet Places, 1973