Posts Tagged ‘Chart’

The September edition of The Wire magazine (issue 403) features the chart “15 For The Log Lady“, inspired by the Twin Peaks Log Lady character portrayed by Catherine E. Coulson. This tracklist is made up of musical compositions that use logs, wood, timber, and trees as a primary source of sound.

15 For The Log Lady

Kate Carr – The creaking door of the abandoned concrete factory, Ólafsfjörður, Iceland (Helen Scarsdale Agency)

Anton Mobin – Floating Wood  (Green Field)

Bartholomäus Traubeck – Years (Bandcamp)

Limpe Fuchs – Holztrauer  (Play Loud!)

Jay-Dea Lopez – One tree in a forest: A field recording (soundslikenoise.org)

Junko & Thomas Tilly – Wild Protest N 48 54.339´/e 005 23.224´ (Vent Des Forêts)

Peter Brötzmann & Han Bennink – Aufen Nr. 4  (FMP)

Owl Project – Iloger (Soundcloud)

Bob Verschueren – Sequoia (Sequoia sempervirens) (Fuga Libera)

Laurie Anderson – Handphone table. Remembering Sound (MOMA)

Hazard – The Logfires (Ash International)

Greg Davis & Jeph Jerman – Matinee, New Plymouth (Autumn)

Wilmot MacDonald – The Lumberman’s Aphabet  (Smithsonian Folkways)

Annea Lockwood – Buoyant (Recital)

Mladen Kovacevic – Anplagd (Horopter Film Production)



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Zepelim’s chart included in The Wire Magazine, issue #348 explores musical compositions made of trigger sounds for Misophonia, a chronic condition in which specific sounds provoke intense emotional experiences and autonomic responses of fight or flight within an individual. These triggers are usually comprised of subtle, repetitive sounds such as mouth sounds, lip smacking sounds, chewing sounds, body sounds and breathing sounds. This chart presents musical compositions containing Misophonic triggers, with the aim of re-contextualizing these pieces and pointing to a new way of hearing them. If you suffer from Misophonia, approach this mix with caution. Is it possible to redefine Misophonic trigger sounds as Misophonic music?

Philip Corner
Carrot Chew Performance (Tellus)
Anthony Pateras & Robin Fox 
Olfactophobia  (Editions Mego)
Henri Chopin
Le Corps Est Une Usine À Sons (Alga Marghen)
Christof Migone
Untitled (Track 4) (Locust Music)
Trevor Wishart
Anticredos, for 6 amplified vocalists  (Electronic Music Foundation)
Paul Dutton
Lips Is (OHM éditions)
Walter Cianciusi

Chewing Gum (Vitaminic)
Die Elektrischen
Crunchy Frog (Dielectric Records)
Lauren Lesko
Thrist (Ubuweb)
Monique Rollin
Étude Vocale, 1952 (INA-GRM)
Natchung (Sonic Arts Network)
Gregory Whitehead
If a Voice Like, Then What? (Staalplaat)
Gil J. Wolman
La Mémoire  (Alga Marghen)
Kenneth Gaburo
Mouth-Piece: Sextet for solo trumpet (New World Records)
Duke Ellington
Chew-Chew-Chew (Chew Your Bubble Gum) (Mosaic Records)



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The May 2012 issue of The Wire Magazine #339 features a chart compiled by Zepelim. To celebrate the Springtime, a chart of “Music to Grow Plants”.  This chart is the sum of sounds presented in Zepelim’s forthcoming episode dedicated to our connection to plants through bioelectronic punctuations of energy as well as in a more mystical/pseudo-scientific way.  The tracklist is composed of music made by codification of plant DNA, talking to plants, bioelectronic sensorial music, field recordings with contact mics, solar powered music, plant comunication and music inspired by plants.

 Music to Grow Plants By 15

Molly Roth
Plant Talk/Sound Advice (Plant Talk Productions)

Michael Prime
One Hour As Peyote (Mycophile Records)

Fern Formations (Lo Recordings)

Mamoru Fujieda
Patterns of Plants (Tzadik)

Jeph Jerman
Contact mics affixed to plants in the rain connected to amps inside studio (AARC)

Miya Masaoka
Improv21: Plants Make Music! (via RadiOM.org)

Lily Greenham
Lingual Music (Paradigm Discs)

Michael Theroux
Plant Tones: Music From The World Of Plants
(Borderland Sciences Research Foundation)

Quayola/Mira Calix/Oliver Coates
Natures (via quayola.com)

Craig Colorusso
Sun Boxes (Paper Garden Records)

Mort Garson
Mother Earth’s Plantasia (Homewood Records)

Dr. Linda Long
Music of the Plants (Molecular Music)

Edward Williams
The Sex Life Of The Fern – Spores, Fertilization And Growth – Pine Cones And The Petrified Forest
(Trunk Records)

Rudy Vallée and His Connecticut Yankees                                                                                                                                            Orchids In The Moonlight (Victor)

Christian Marclay
Pandora’s Box (Atavistic)

In Search Of Other Voices

Carlo Patrão

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The August 2011 issue #330 of The Wire Magazine features a chart compiled by Zepelim – 15 tracks evoking the previous episode about the Uncanny Valley. Here it is:


Charting the Uncanny Valley 15

Basil Kirchin – Heavy Machinery – Abstractions Of The Industrial North [Trunk Records]
The User – @ . } @ } . @ . } @ } . @ . } @ } . @ . } – Symphony no. 2 for dot matrix printers  [Staalplaat]
CybraphonA March For The SeaCybraphon demos [Alt-w]
Idea Fire Company – Body Without Organs – Explosion In A Shingle Factory [Swill Radio]
Bruce Haack / Esther Nelson – Ok Robot – Listen Compute Rock Home [Emperor Norton]
Pupa Jim – I Am A Robot – I Am A Robot [Jahtari]
Gottfried Michael Koenig – Funktion Grau – Acousmatrix ½ [Bvhaast]
Alain Savouret – Valse Molle – Le GRM sans le savoir [INA GRM]
Alessandro Bosetti
Gloriously Repeating – Royals [Monotype Records]
Kurt Schwitters – What A B what A B what a Beauty – Kurt Schwitters: What a beauty; Die Ursonate; und andrere lautgedichte [Wergo]
RIAA A Frottage Co-Sale [RIAA]
Christof Migone – The Death of Analogies Part I – The Death of Analogies [ND]
Marin Marais Tableau Of A Lithotomy – Norgine Ltd present “Tableau Of A Lithotomy”  [Norgine Ltd]
Mount Vernon Arts Lab
– Warminster 4 – The Seance at Hobs Lane [Ghost Box]
Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra – Where Is My Mind – Name That Tune [SPO]



Radio Universidade de Coimbra has transitioned into the summer schedule.  You can visit Ruc’s brand new website and listen to the new shows . Zepelim will not be aired during this period. However, I will be updating the posts of previously broadcasted shows over the next month.

Carlo Patrão

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