The Day of Noise, April 2nd, 1998
The Day of Noise is A 24 hour event, dedicated to
live, improvised sounds, beginning Wednesday night at
midnight and wrapping around the clock to midnight Thursday
night. This year, the performers on the Day of Noise will
- Robert Rich - midnight-2am
One of the pioneers of ambient music. In the early 80s
(while a student at Stanford) he held the first of his
"sleep concerts", foreshadowing the rave "chill space"
concept by over a decade. Since then he's released a huge
amount of work over the years, including collaborations with
people ranging from Brian Lustmord to Lisa Moskow.
- superdave and co - 2am-3:30am
KZSU's own superdave joins forces with some friends. Expect
them to start in the jungle, and race off to who knows
- The Machinery of Doom - 3:30am-6am
gurgle. chime. whisper. bang!
- Faustina - 6am-8am
A break-through eclectic DJ on the local college radio
scene, Faustina returns to do one of her own unique noise
- Glenn, the Love Rhombus - 8am-10am
Glenn, possibly best known to KZSU listeners as a former
Wednesday Night Live host, Glenn has also performed with groups
such as Stella Luna, Mandible Chatter, and The Indestructible
Beat of Palo Alto.
- Matt Ingalls - 10am-11am
Solo reeds. One of the newer performers on the local improv
scene (though also a veteran of the Day of Noise). A member of the
bands Titanium Wick and Skunk Nuts. One of the organizers
of the East Bay
Creative Music Festival this April.
- Moe! Staiano - 11:30am-12:30pm
Found object percussion carried to the absolute maximum.
He's just released his first CD: "The Non-Study of First Impressions".
- Totemplow - 1pm-2pm
Processed guitar drone. Has a CD out on the Manifold label,
and most recently he's released a 12" collaboration with DJ
- The Instrumentality of Fred Spaceman Long, with Walter
Funk - 2:30pm-4pm
Walter Funk (a member of the newly revitalized 50 Foot Hose)
performs on some of the creations of Fred Spaceman Long.
- Philip Gelb - 4pm-4:30pm
Solo shakuhachi, always elegant, moody, often spooky.
Don't miss his quintet at the Edinburgh Castle on April 22.
- Tim Perkis - 4:30pm-5:30pm
Ace electronicist. One of the members of the group Rotodoti,
among other things. See the Artifact label.
- Doug Carroll - 6pm-7pm
Solo electric cello. Also a member of Rotodoti, as well as
the newer group Offramp.
- Matmos - 7pm-7:45pm
Local techno ambient group, whose debut release took the Bay
area by (quiet?) storm last year.
- Scott Jenerik - 8pm-9pm
What will it be? Flaming gas jets? Resonant scrap metal
strung with springs? Always solidly industrial.
- Dopestyle - 9pm-10:45pm
The creative hip-hop legend returns to the KZSU airwaves,
bubbling with ideas, as always.
- Weird Blinking Lights - 11pm-midnight
Brilliant bay area ambient performers, the best of the best
of the rave scene.
Don't forget that KZSU broadcasts on the net via Real Audio.