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OM Episode 17

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Orbital Mash

The debut performance of a track by Slowcream - Music For Radio. This is a one hour cutout exclusively produced for Clocktower Radio / ARTonAIR.org. The two hour original version will be released on Nonine Recordings, Berlin. Enjoy the melody !!!

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Jake Nussbaum interviews painter, installation artist, and Pioneer Works resident Laura Morrison during Second Sundays.

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The 1960's Rock Organ

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Impossible Music

Twelve songs from the sixties pop and rock scene in which the organ played a central or seductive role. From the more obscure like Vanilla Fudge and Arthur Brown to the more mainstream like Steve Winwood and The Monkees. B-3, Vox, Farfisa anyone?

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Jake Nussbaum hosts a series of interviews featuring Victoria Keddie, David Fierman, and Catherine Gaffney.

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Rana X. Adhikari, Are We Alone?

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Scientific Controversies

Rana X. Adhikari discusses the origin of life on this planet, on other planets, and even in other universes, with host Janna Levin in anticipation of the Scientific Controversies event, Are We Alone?

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On December 9, 2016, participants from various IdeasCity residencies came to the Clocktower radio studio to share their experiences living and making art in New York City, Detroit, and Athens, Greece.

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The Life, Death, and Works of Pablo Neruda

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Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

This historic segment, in celebration of the late Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, was produced in 1975. It is a compilation of readings and speeches, as well as an interview with his wife, Matilde Urrutia. She speaks about his final days. Newly restored!

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New Atlantis Records

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Lucid Scenes

Deep from within the caverns of the heartland come the sounds of blind energy; furious and incessant gems from the not so distant future. You'll hear hand selected tracks from the discography of New Atlantis Records.

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RAFT: Transmissions

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Clocktower Exhibits & Events

The live performance recording of Transmissions, Long Tones in A and E by artist Pat Noecker aka RAFT performed by 11 musicians installed throughout the Pioneer Works' building in conjunction with a specially designed mobile app.

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Your Boy Black Helmet Vol. 51

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Your Boy Black Helmet

I hate Best Of’s, but I also hate only acknowledging someone after they pass. Swamp Dogg is a very heavy brother still working and jamming, here are some of my favorites from his extensive catalog. I didn’t add any of the stuff he wrote for other peo

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Virgin Writes: Esperanza Spalding & Yuka C. Honda

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Pioneer Works Radio Channel

Esperanza Spalding and Yuka C. Honda in conversation leading up to their debut performance of Virgin Writes an exclusive evening of lyrical Butoh staging of the ancient greek mythological story of Iphigenia. Presented at Pioneer Works, January 2017.

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Walter Benjamin, Cagliostro

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Radio Benjamin

Follow the most fantastic swindler of the Age of Enlightenment in a children's story by German philosopher and cultural critic Walter Benjamin. Listen as Cagliostro peddles a mix of Masonic and Alchemical nonsense to the aristocracies of Europe.

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Heavy Atmospheres

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Sound the Alarm

In this hour-long mix of music, host Elliot Stapleton shares some tracks that had been perking his ears during spring. The season has brought with it a bundle of heavy, atmospheric tunes by Hype Williams, Sonic Youth, Grouper, Zs and much more.

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Jorge Luis Borges in New York

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Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

From his writings on mythical creatures, political leaders, tigers, grandmothers, labyrinths, and WWII, Borges is known by philosophers and folklorists alike. Listen in on one of his final performances in the US. Here he reads and discusses his work.

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Scientific Controversies: Black Hole Blues

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Scientific Controversies

Astrophysicist Janna Levin and LIGO architect/MIT professor Rainer Weiss in a conversation about black holes, gravitational waves, and the soundtrack of our universe, moderated by Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist John Hockenberry.

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Jake Nussbaum hosts a Second Sundays interview with Copenhagen-based multidisciplinary artist and Pioneer Works resident Helene Nymann.

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William S. Burroughs: The Making of Naked Lunch (1975)

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Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

A discussion on the novel led by Allen Ginsberg including publisher Maurice Girodias, James Grauerholz, and Carl Solomon plus remarks by Felicity Mason. Burroughs comments and reads in this priceless audio document and astounding cast of characters.

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Second Sundays: Pioneer Works Resident Daniel Temkin

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Second Sundays Concert Series

Jake Nussbaum hosts a new edition of Second Sundays, where he discusses coding languages, algorithms, and revealing the errors of computation with Pioneer Works resident Daniel Temkin.

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Sheananigans: Becca Ryskalcyzk

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Sheananigans 2.0

Discussion with Becca Ryskalcyzk of Bethlehem Steel. Hosted by Luke Chiaruttni, theme music by Emma Witmer of gobbinjr

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Rhythm & Sound, or Moritz von Oswald and Mark Ernestus, is a dub project that began in 1996 in Berlin, Germany. The duo brought their minimal, ambient electronic tunes to the P.S.1 courtyard for the Warm Up music series, recorded live in Sept. 2006.

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Marina Abramovic and Alanna Heiss

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WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution

Here is New York, the European view, as Ingela Lind visits the newly expanded Museum of Modern Art and compares notes on the re-installation of its collections with artist Marina Abramovic and P.S.1's Alanna Heiss....

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Yuka Honda, Pink Freud

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Experimental Composers

The keyboardist from Cibo Matto mixes, mashes, and sublimely mangles whatever was on her mind or in her collection from some sessions in 2005. She gives a "cooking" lesson midway explaining and exposing her method. A brilliant hour from a master.

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Second Sundays: Gonzalo Guerrero

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Clocktower Exhibits & Events

Discussion with Chilean multidisciplinary artist, Gonzalo Guerrero, the creator of Primary Interactions, currently on view at Clocktower's "Cove" exhibition space, located on the third floor of the Pioneer Works building.

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Cage + Patchen: The City Wears a Slouch Hat

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Historic Audio from the Archives of Charles Ruas

Cage and Patchen shocked the unassuming listeners with this 30-minute radio play, in 1941. With a directionless lead, called "The Voice," and pandering sounds echoing throughout, this work is believed to be critical precursor for both of their work.

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