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This Week on WXYC
Friday, February 12, 2016

Hi everyone,
 
Look below for a few updates on WXYC’s programming this upcoming week:
 
Tune in to the Inside Track tonight at 9pm for twelve Preemptive Musical Offerings To Satisfy Our Future Masters from multi-instrumentalist Adi Gelbart. Somehow reminiscent of film noir scores, maximalist classical smooth library music, music concrete, and Sun Ra simultaneously, Gelbart's music has something to offer for everyone.
 
Tonight's New Science Experience, 10pm to midnight, will feature ZenSoFly of Raleigh, NC - she couldn't join us IRL but did the next best thing by sending over a pre-recorded mix. ZenSoFly helps run Youthful Records in Raleigh and is a performing artist/producer/DJ. When she's not DJing she works as a recording engineer out of her own studio in Raleigh. Expect deep house/hip hop/R&B vibes. Gonna be fantastic. https://soundcloud.com/zensofly
 
The Backyard BBQ is back out here this week! One hour of local tunes this Sunday from 8 to 9pm. TUNE IN FOR FUN.
 
Monday’s Outside Track, at 9pm, will feature a collection of textured, industrial electronic sound experiments from Antwerp-based sound artist Yves De Mey.
 
And tune in this coming Tuesday from noon to 2pm to hear a very special on-air interview with members of Timmy’s Organism and Regression 696 (Nate Young and Jim Baljo of Wolf Eyes) in support of Third Man Records’ Audio Social Dissent tour!

This Week on WXYC
Friday, January 29, 2016

Hey there,
 
Take a gander at a few of the shows we have planned for this upcoming week on WXYC:
 
Tonight’s Inside Track, at 9pm, will be a collection of essential songs from Hongthong Dao-udon, one of the great Thai singers of the "third generation" of Molam singers. Experience her rich vibrato, her masterful control, and the undeniable emotional power of her voice, carrying us from joy and whimsy to melancholy and desolation. An amazing artist and release!
 
On tonight's New Science Experience, WXYC alum Misty Touch will be gracing the decks for two hours of house, techno, and disco oddities. You can catch Misty Touch playing at the always-amazing Disco Sweat Roller Skating party at Wheels Fun Park in Durham this Saturday evening. Tune in from 10pm to midnight!
 
Tune in this Sunday for a Hell or High Water of true exploration! Tune in as DJ Marc T embarks on a personal exploration of Southern Blues music of Memphis and North Carolina; this Hell or High Water show looks into why violin, piano, harmonica, etc. works so well for the blues. Additionally, comments will be made about how these musicians name themselves. What an hour this will be! We hope you won't miss it.
 
Tune in to Broken Music from 2 to 3pm this Sunday to hear a selection of electronically treated location recordings from the prolific Hawaii-based sound artist Jon Tulchin. Tulchin has spent the better part of the past two decades compiling field recordings from all over the world and the and/OAR labeled has recently put together a curated collection of Tulchin's favorite sounds in a limited edition 2-CD set. Armed with only a portable DAT recorder and an army of microphones, these recordings show how Tulchin has been able to turn the sounds around him into improvised music.
 
This week, WXYC Reports kicks off its season with a live interview and discussion with members of Durham's Black Ops theater group. The group's mission: "Black Ops is a multidisciplinary theatre company that is committed to the exploration of provocative, cutting edge art. Black Ops will utilize the talents and expertise of local Black Artists while providing additional training that is often lacking in a vibrant but select arts market like Durham. Through collective troupe training and workshops we are devoted to breaking down the frequent barriers that Black artists face. Using unconventional spaces, we will present work that is outside of the norm for artists of color, encouraging them to reach their full creative potential. Additional goals include reimagining classics through the life experiences of young black artists." More info about Black Ops here: http://www.blackopstheatre.com/.  Tune in, this Sunday 5-6pm!  
 
Check out the Backyard BBQ this Sunday from 8 to 9pm. Tune in for great local songs, side-splitting laughs, and everlasting memories.
 
And catch the Outside Track on Monday at 9pm to hear the latest release from free-jazz collective, Test. Taken from the group’s 1999 longform live improvisations, Always Coming from the Love Side is full of emotional melodies that rise and fall with the grace and might of a ship on the sea.