WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2014 - 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Living Live: The Free Music Archive & WFMU
RED BULL STUDIOS NYC: 220 W 18TH STREET, NY, NY 10011MAP
CURATED BY JEANNIE HOPPER, DAVID WEINSTEIN, PETER COFFIN
Clocktower Radio interviews the creators of the Free Music Archive to discuss law, innovation, open-source activism, networking, music, and communications.
The interview will be followed by a playlist assembled from the FMA comprised largely of indie bands and experimental music.
The Golden Festival is NYC's annual Balkan and East European music and dance bacchanal that the Zlatne Uste Brass Band has organized for 28 years running. WFMU's Transpacific Sound Paradise presents a special live broadcast from the Zlatne Uste Golden Festival, main stage from 6-9pm ET on Saturday Jan 19th (91.1-FM NYC | wfmu.org). It will be the fifth consecutive year that WFMU and the Free Music Archive have helped document performances across the festival's multiple stages. This mix offers a sampling of Golden Festival archives from recent years (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012) as well as tracks from artists scheduled to perform at this year's event. [Photo: Oresti Tsonopoulos]
Zlatne Uste kick things off with a Čoček, one of the most common Balkan brass styles, performed live in the WFMU studios for Transpacific Sound Paradise.
Provience RI's 19-piece street band the What Cheer? Brigade play brass music "with the intensity of metal." A crowd favorite whether they're playing a house show, Lollapalooza, or legendary brass festivals like Guca (Serbia) and Sziget (Hungary).
Rooted in the tradition of Bulgaria's a capella women’s choirs, Black Sea Hotel performed "Malo Selo," a song named after the village in Bosnia-Herzegovia, live on Irene Irudel's WFMU program.
Young folk virtuosos The Rosen Sisters perform "Ruchenitsa," a Bulgarian line dance in 7/8.
Toronto's Ventanas meld sephardic, flamenco, and Balkan traditions on "Gusta Mi Magla."
"Merzifon Karsilama" is a bride-meeting song from Merzifon, Amasya in northern Turkey, performed by Turku: Nomads of the Silk Road.
The guitar duo Isra-Alien Band draws on Israeli musical traditions for "Brogez/Sholem."
Rakiya peform an electrified Roma tune "Sa Bas Tute."
Zikrayat, specialize in Egyptian film music's golden era, accompanied by live dancing on stage at the Golden Festival for this rendition of the song "Tahey" by an unknown composer whose song now lives on.
Raya Brass Band put a Brooklyn spin on Balkan brass, take a listen to a room packed with people gettin' down to "Riff Cloud" during last year's Golden Festival, and don't miss 'em this year!
Recent Music Heroes (agier.blogspot.com) is a free music review site from Estonia run by Kert Semm, a journalist and musician (Autharktos). He says, "My blog's purpose is to spread the word about those artists who have no possibility to find their way to well-known sites and webzines."
Cover Art: Cocolixe - Doméstico EP