I’ll be subbing on KZSU on Sunday morning, February 19, from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Yeah, that’s kind of late notice. But in case you’re seeing this in time, feel free to tune in at 90.1 FM in the Bay Area, or kzsulive.stanford.edu elsewhere.
Not sure what I’m going to play yet. I’ve subbed on early Sundays before and tend to go easy on the audience, staying with a less strident vibe. It’s still going to be free jazz. Tim Berne’s Snakeoil will certainly make an appearance.
Figured I should do a blog post with that title, just to confirm that the Day of Noise did in fact complete.
Photos of mine can be seen on Flickr. A few samples are below; they all link to the Flickr versions. (More detail about the Day of Noise is in the previous posting.)
More pics can be had at the Flickr streams of KZSU DJs Fo and Decca.
Frank Rothkamm plays K5, a new work for computer electronics.
Bill Orcutt chills out before his solo guitar set.
The many pedals of Thomas DiMuzio.
David Leikam signs the Day of Noise T-Shirt.
The green room — and yes, we had one. From left: John Ingle, Matt Ingalls, Matt Davignon, and Abode (Caroline Pugh and Paul Stapeleton).