Well, the hiatus is officially over - tomorrow night I am resuming my radio show on Theory Radio. So if you need your fix of electropop, mash-up, ethereal-trance-electronica with a little guns n roses or twisted sister or journey thrown in for good measure, then tune in. Show starts at 7 (I think) and goes until 10 pm - pacific time. Click this link to tune into the stream. Having trouble connecting? Check out the troubleshooting page.
It's time again for another episode of Heathervescent's wall of sound. Yes, I will be playing music that puts you out of this world for 3 hours - Wednesday night. Since I am in Boston, I'll be broadcasting from my cushy hotel room near Fanueal Hall. Maybe I'll eat a Boston Cream Pie on air. I'll most certainly have some Boston Baked Beans. Who knows? You'll have to tune in to find out. I'll be playing my standard pacific coast time set - 8pm to 11pm (which is 11pm to 2am Boston time) - Hey, who says I have to be rested for these business meetings?
Anyway, tune in here!
"The words of the world want to make sentences... a paratactic linking of scattered fragments of lost sound, acoustic aberrations and apocrypha: vintage/modern electronica, progressive trance, soundscape/soundtrack, acoustic ephemera"
I'm back on DJ duty tonight playing a 3 hour set of mashups on Theory Radio. The show starts at 8pm pacific time and runs until 11. I've got some mashes and mixes from DJ John (he did Takes 2 to Kiss and Devil 666 mashes) along with choice tidbits from past Bootie CDs.
And I will be playing Hollaback Thriller Girl, in preparation for my upcoming show October 7th at BootieLA.
Well, the radio show reading Faerie Tales went splendidly tonight. I was inspired and made cookies before the show. Oatmeal-chocolate-chip-hazelnut-pecan-dried-cherry yummies. Chock full of tasties. Needless to say, I didn't bring any home and they went pretty quickly. The show started out a little slow - I was solo and started reading tales from "The Stinky Cheese Man and other stupid tales." I love these little ditties. Then the show heated up a bit and I played music I like and read some other stories. Three Billy Goat's Gruff - which I hadn't heard in a long time. The Gingerbread Man. Wa's story about Santa. I read some Pippi Longstocking. And then the peeps started coming by. It was a WND at Barbara's so folks came over to get cookies. And then the next thing I knew, the studio was completely full and I was reading my favorite childhood story: Aldous Huxley's Crows of Pearblossom. I don't know if they were shocked, amused or annoyed, but I had a great time. And then the truly gruesome tales came out, when I opened up Grim's Grimmest and read a couple pretty difficult stories. Still, I love them and I hope my listeners did too. Thanks, it was a great evening.