WXYC's top records of the week: 1. Joshua Abrams - Represencing (EREMITE) 2. V/A - The Nu Groove Years 1988-1992 (Rush Hour) 3. V/A - Uku Kuut Presents Estonian Funk (BIG TREE STUDIOS) 4. American Cloud Songs - AUM (Dais Records) 5. Cat Power - Sun (MATADOR) 6. Dan Melchior - The Backward Path (Northern Spy) 7. Harry Taussig - Fate Is Only Twice (TOMPKINS SQUARE)
Tonight on the Thursday Night Feature on WXYC: The work of epic deejay and producer Prince Paul, from the late '80s Stetsasonic to his present day collaboration with his son in Negroes on Ice, whose album will be released later this month. Hosted by Seth on 89.3 FM, nine to midnight!
WXYC's top records of the week: 1. Dan Melchior - The Backward Path (Northern Spy) 2. Lower Plenty - Hard Rubbish (EASTER BILBY/SPECIAL AWARD) 3. Sun Araw - The Inner Treaty (SUN ARK) 4. Inner Tube - S/T (PACIFIC CITY SOUND VISIONS) 5. King Mez - My Everlasting Zeal (self-released) 6. Lijadu Sisters - Afrobeat Soul Sisters (Soul Jazz Records (Official Page)) 7. Swans - The Seer (YOUNG GOD)
Two Wonderful Things That Will Be Happening On-Air at the Most Lovely WXYC:
Tune in Thursday (Oct 11) at 4 p.m to hear an on-air interview and a slew of rare, unreleased and live recordings from Richmond-based electronic composer and sound artist Stephen Vitiello. Vitiello has been the UNC Art Department's Visiting Lecturer and Artist in Residence, culminating in two live performances last week at Gerard Hall. Since the 1980s, Vitiello has worked with many big names in the experimental art, film and music world, including Nam Jun Paik, Pauline Oliveros, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Yasunao Tone.