WXYC has lots in store for you this coming week. Here are just a few things you have to look forward to:
Tonight from 9 to 10pm, tune in to the Inside Track to hear RP Boo’s new release Fingers, Bank Pads, & Shoe Prints, out on Planet Mu. RP Boo is Kavain Space, who is widely recognized as the father of footwork.
On tonight's New Science Experience, resident DJ Beto Terwilliger will be spinning some diva house jams and eventually devolving into dark and broken techno. Check it out from 10pm to midnight!
On Sunday afternoon, from 2 to 3pm, Broken Music will review the recordings of Japanese percussionist and electro-acoustic composer Seijiro Murayama. Murayama began playing improvised music in the early 1970s and later toured the US as the drummer to Keiji Haino's Fushitsusha and KK Null's Absolut Null Punkt. He began exploring a less idiomatic approach to percussion after a move to Paris in 1999, exploring the drum as a resonant surface and experimenting heavily with amplification and feedback as a means of sounding his drums. Over the hour we'll hear solo works as well as collaborations with Eric La Casa, Toshiya Tsunoda, Lionel Marchetti, and a slew of other.
This week’s Backyard BBQ, airing Sunday from 8 to 9pm, will feature a phone interview with Future Islands in preparation for their 1000th show on July 26th!
Tune in to Sports Rap right after that, Sunday 9-10pm, to get the scoop on all things athletic.
And Monday’s Outside Track, from 9 to 10pm, will be AAAA’s Shiva Watts, a 2014 album which has just been reissued by Antime Records. You can expect to hear some analogue synthesizer jams that feature tinny, high-frequency beats and emotional, lush buildups.