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Deep Threes Radio Playlist #13

Track NameArtistAlbum
1st Hour
Fly By TranceGlen NeffLe Chat Electronique
Familiar UnfamiliarDJ Me DJ YouRainbows And Robots
Pastel 9515Larry KucharzPastels
And AgainDe ConfidenceNed Kelly Was A Gentleman
TitaniaDarragh NagleThe Land Of The Faerie
Waiting For Something (Jatun Remix)BitcrushFrom Arcs To Embers
CombatJacam ManricksTrigonometry
Clearing Our StreamsAlex ClineContinuation
Kinderhook Hoopskirt WorksRasputinaSister Kinderhook
Little BoxesRichard BliwasUncovered
Spring CleaningAlexis O'HaraIn Abulia
Angel StationsSpaceheadsOld Enough To Know Better: 15 Years Of Merge Records
Tune For CalhounSteve DavisImages
2nd Hour
Clancy's / Flexible FlyerKevin Burke & Cal ScottSuite
Garden At DuskOttmar Liebert & Luna NegraPetals On The Path
Wang Wang BluesSam Ku West Harmony BoysVintage Hawaiian Music: Steel Guitar Masters 1928 - 1934
Bon Ton RoulieDavid Lindley & Hani NasserLive In Tokyo
Already FreeThe Derek Trucks BandRoad Songs
The New DecemberFol ChenPart II: The New December
Mordake: I Want To See HimSan Francisco Composers Chamber OrchestraWold: Mordake
ConsecrationWoven HandHelp Me To Sing: Songs Of The Sacred Harp
GlassminuteLinda AyersDeep Wireless 5: Radio Art Compilation
Energy Fools The MagicianAlien PlanetscapesA Tribute To The Music & Works Of Brian Eno
AntarcticaIncandescent SkyFour Faradays In A Cage
Bryce's PeaceThe Stryker / Slagle BandKeeper

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Changing Light Bulbs Aids Shoegazing And Nighttime Navigation

In a week filled with classical influences, Deep Threes #13 embraces Bitcrush’s steadfast adherence to the dogma of shoegazing. They have two new releases. Of Embers dares the listener to burn up a set of headphones while immersed in meandering jams. We’ll treat you to one of the remixes off From Arcs To Embers. Here’s an introspective video for “Colder”.

We’ll also hear underground space rock legends Alien Planetscapes take part in a Brian Eno tribute. The lighting on this video of Doug Walker’s improvised flute solo seems otherworldly. Have you ever woken up in the middle of the desert, engulfed by a beacon of light that quickly shot across the night sky? Try watching this clip with those dark glasses you inexplicable found in your shirt pocket…

Our show takes off on a good old-fashioned jet airplane piloted by Doug Neff, blasting a long track from his group’s eponymous¬†Le Chat Electronique through your complimentary headphones. Here they are at a recent show in the cool clear light of day.

Incandescent Sky wraps up our last set by evoking a trip to a frozen continent. If you’re weak in geography you’ll just have to tune in to find out which one. The search algorithms took a strange turn, guiding us to this gum chewing sarcasm from the Light Safety Unit.

Our plan to take you deeper into the world of Le Chat Electronique was thwarted by a dirth of cameras at their gigs. The search gods saw fit to console us with the finer points of changing a light bulb.

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Two Classical Influences Times Three Artists Equals Four Videos

Ireland’s folk fiddler Kevin Scott and Portland’s own, guitarist Cal Scott, fuse folk and classical traditions on their new album, Suite. The duo will favor us with a folk tune on Deep Threes Radio #13. We’ll save a movement from The Irish Session Suite for next week. Tease.

Here’s Kevin and Cal playing a jig or two at a 2007 house concert. Then keep your feet moving to “Stella’s Waltz”, another song on their new album.

We’ll also hear from jazz saxophonist Jacam Manricks and his quartet, doing the math on the recent Trigonometry project. Here they are at a gig in Australia this past April.

Jacam is also known as a classical composer. Here’s the First Movement of his Chromatic Suite For Jazz Philharmonic Orchestra.

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