Thursday, April 19, 2012

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

NUMBERS.FM Playlist 04.18.12

Broadcasting an extended version of ‘Resurface’ on NUMBERS.FM until 10:09pm Central Time.
Slow moving electronics and underwater vocals, interspersed with field recordings
and snippets of experimental radio documentaries. Headcase IDM and electro lady crooners. Underwater electronics, noodling synths and a sampled documentary about divers finding a sunken pirate ship.

Forgotten - Disasterpeace
Home - Disasterpeace
Rained teh Whole Time (Nicolas Jaar Remix) - Shlomo
Derni/Paralysis - Elephant & Castle
The World Needs Change [Soulja Boy] - Clams Casino
Caroline bor⁄ale - Jerome Joy
The Other Side of Backwater - Ryan York
Take My Hand - Soosh
MURIEL (bouncé) unknown
The Mountaineer - Alog
Francis Mwakitime (Tanzania) - Mwalala
Foggy Dew - Two Banks of Four
Lion In Winter - Bee Gees
100Birthdays - Chris Whitehead
Goddess Eyes - Julia Holter
unknown class - Cole Pierce
Scissors - Kuedo
Skin - Grimes
Woke Up Missing You - Sean Byrd
Clay cameras - Keith de Mendonca
lampshow - Roth Mobot
wen uuu (Teebs Remix) - Shlohmo
sample FAA radio techniques
B1 - Night Landing - Ssaliva
Leaving San Miguel - Antony Milton
Fragile Hope - Balam Acab
Blue Marlin - Steve Hauschildt
Morning Criminal - Ricardo Donoso
Jenseits Des Stromes [Beyond The Tide] - Jürgen Müller
sample Recovering the Whydah
Columns - Father
MURIEL (bouncé) unknown
blue john cave - Mari Saastamoinen
boardwalk empire sample
santa fe (excerpt) - Lightnin Hopkins
Number 33 - Jan & Lorraine
Paris 1971 - Suzanne Ciani
Deathless - Outer Space
Unforetold - The Sight Below
Standing in the Rain - Gel Set
Glawio - Com Truise
Quantum Leap - Bruce Mao

Wednesday, April 4, 2012


A one-night-only exhibition at Floor Length and Tux

332 W. Augusta #3 front

Opening Saturday, April 14th, from 7PM - 10PM

FLAT 12 will feature new work from Cole Pierce, Angela Lopez, and Stephen Nyktas, alongside resident FLAT artists Catie Olson and EC Brown.

COLE PIERCE will create a floor of enamel-encoated floppy disks.

Cole Pierce is a Chicago-based artist who makes paintings, video installations, and audio multiples. He received an MFA in Art Theory & Practice from Northwestern University, his recent exhibition at Hinge Gallery was favorably reviewed in Modern Painters magazine, and currently has work in Born Digital at CAM Raleigh.

ANGELA LOPEZ will present a stop-animation video alongside watercolor/collages depicting the fluid relationships between humans and other species.

Angela Lopez studied painting at the Kansas City art institute. Her paintings use the exploration of alternating power struggles between humans and nature as a way to express gloomy ominous and desperate emotions. Her artwork has been featured in exhibitions at H&R Block ArtSpace, The Dolphin Gallery, in Kansas City MO, as well as Buenos Aires Argentina at Proyecto’ ace Studios and the Beasley gallery in Arizona. She premiered her first solo show, “On the Upside,” at the Urban Culture Project Space in 2009. In 2010 she curated her second exhibition “Community+Loneliness” at the Paragraph Gallery with Urban Culture Project in Kansas City Mo. Angela lives and works in her hometown of Chicago.

STEPHEN NYKTAS will create an installation consisting of found radios from different eras.

Steve Nyktas (MFA, Northwestern University, 2007) is a Chicago-based artist whose work is preoccupied by opportunities to better understand the normal world by seeing places that were never meant to be seen and to look at things as they are not meant to be; to observe a version of the everyday which exists just beneath consciousness. His work has been exhibited at Dorsky Gallery (New York, NY), Gallery Four (Baltimore, MD), Rowland Contemporary Gallery (Chicago, IL), The 22nd International Festival Sarajevo (Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina), and he is a member of the Danny Think Tank artist collective.

CATIE OLSON will present a hand-cranked automaton of a Band-Aid punching a pillow.

Catie Olson is an artist and filmmaker who organizes the Spiderbug short-film series ( She is ½ of Floor Length and Tux.

EC BROWN will present paintings of wooden capsules containing imaginary film stills with choice male actors of the 60s-70′s as terse mallard-carvers.

EC Brown is a painter and exhibition organizer who co-directed the COMA exhibition space from 2006-2008 (, and organizes the ASCII exhibition series ( He is ½ of Floor Length and Tux.

About the FLAT series:
Catie Olson and EC Brown have conducted Floor Length and Tux exhibitions from their home since February 2009. These single-evening events are the result of an extended relationship with small selections of artists.

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