Sunday, January 30, 2011

SAR episodes

This week's episode is the last episode of our final quarter. It's a re-run from the first season of the show. There are just over a dozen episodes left to upload from that year and then every single episode of Some Assembly Required will be available to hear online.

At present, there are well over 200 episodes up and available to download for free. I plan to leave these archived here at the SAR website for new listeners. I don't know when I'll get around to uploading those last few episodes from the very first season, but I hope to get it done before the end of the year. Somehow, it just won't feel finished until every last episode is available!

In the meantime, click HERE for a list of every episode available to download, along with playlist information for each show.

Thanks again for twelve amazing years,
Jon Nelson


www.some-assembly-required.net

Episode 23, Some Assembly Required

Episode 23, Some Assembly Required

01 Public Works - “Mortal mind”
02 Realistic - “I am what?”
03 Steve Fisk - “Government figures”
04 Lecture on Nothing - “Forward to victory”
05 Coil - “Who’ll fall?”
06 The Bran Flakes - “The intoxicating reverberasia lot”
07 Silica-Gel - “Master of the game”
08 Escape Mechanism - “Being”
09 The Evolution Control Committee - “Nothing really matters”
10 Steve Fisk - “I wish I were dead, part 1”
11 The Tape-beatles - “Please help me”
12 The Evolution Control Committee - “I don’t care”
13 Rik Rue - “The never nothing”
14 Tim Maloney - “Crash!”
15 Steve Fisk - “No 2nd chance”
16 Silica-Gel - “Sum of your life”
17 People Like Us - "(untitled)"


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Sunday, January 23, 2011

Episode 262, Some Assembly Required

Episode 262, Some Assembly Required

01 Nubile G and the Spurious whiz - “Your jolly giant”
02 RIAA – “Some Assembly Required”
03 DJ QBert – “Turntable TV (Re-Vizion)”
04 I Cut People – “JonBoy Detonator”
05 David Morneau – “Some Dash Dot Required”
06 CCC – “Lust Train”
07 John Oswald – “Pretender”
08 People Like Us – “Dolly pardon”
09 Go Home Productions - “Papa Was A Clock”
10 RX Music – “Imagine/Walk on the wild side”
11 Lecture On Nothing – “Opinions”
12 Divide & Kreate – “Always with you”
13 Pop-Chop – “Comp-elation”
14 The Avalanches – “Frontier Psychiatrist”
15 Jim Allenspach – “Friends”
16 DJ Deedle – “Come Tangerine Together”


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http://feeds.feedburner.com/some-assembly-required/JSpD

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Episode 171, Some Assembly Required

Episode 171, Some Assembly Required
(Featuring our 2007 interview with Public Works)

01 Public Works – “Noise”
02 Creature Comforts – “Alone Together”
03 The Tape-beatles – “Do you think it’s an accident?”
04 The Tape-beatles – “Home problems”
05 Public Works – “Substance”
06 Public Works – “Vesicle”
07 Public Works – “Numbers (Forevermore)”
08 Public Works – “Numbers (2)”
09 Public Works – “Follow me”




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Sunday, January 09, 2011

Episode 117, Some Assembly Required

Episode 117, Some Assembly Required
(Featuring our 2005 interview with DJ Food)

01 DJ Food – “Break”
02 DJ Food – “The Riff”
03 DJ Food – “Cookin'”
04 DJ Food – “The Ageing Young Rebel”
05 DJ Food – “Raiding the 20th Century (Part 3)”
06 DJ Food – “Raiding the 20th Century (Part 4)”
07 DJ Food – “Sunvibes”





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Saturday, January 01, 2011

SAR Q&A: 2006-2010

Tape Manipulations, Digital Deconstructions and Turntable Creations

The following 175+ SAR Q&A's represent EVERY online artist feature uploaded from 2006-2010, in alphabetical order. You'll find profiles on artists doing cut-ups, noise, mashup, glitch pop and everything in between...

As I've said many times before, the artists featured on Some Assembly Required may fit more comfortably within other genres, but they also belong here, by virtue of the fact that they rely on appropriation to compose their very wide variety of sample based music and audio art. It's been my pleasure to present them here for you, over the past twelve years.

Thanks for listening!
Jon Nelson




A plus D


Aggro1


Jim Allenspach


Ruth Anderson


The Angel


DJ Angelo


Animals Within Animals


Antediluvian Rocking Horse


B’O’K


Barbed


DJ BC


Beatrix*JAR


The Beige Channel


Big City Orchestra


Ros Bobos


The Bran Flakes


Wayne Butane


Buttfinger


The Button


Cagey House


DJ Cal


Greg Carr


Cassetteboy


Cast of Thousands


The Coherent Encoherence


Colatron


Coldcut


Copycat


Corporal Blossom


Daniel Steven Crafts


the Cranial Fishers


Brian Joseph Davis


Eddie Def


Christopher DeLaurenti


Deskhop


Gary DiBenedetto


Thomas Dimuzio


Steve Dirkx


Divide and Kreate


The Droplift Project


Dsico


E-603


DJ Earlybird


DJ Earworm


Ellipse Elkshow


Escape Mechanism


The Evolution Control Committee


DJ EZG


Omer Fast


Steve Fisk


John Fleetham


Flying White Dots


DJ Food


Jason Forrest (Donna Summer)


Fortyone


DJ Foundation


Joe Frawley


The Freelance Hellraiser


Jason Freeman


Frenchbloke


Freddy Fresh


Futuro


Gel-Sol


Girl Talk


Glockenspiel


Go Home Productions


Dickie Goodman


Grateful For The Dead


Greater Than One


Alex H


Steev Hise


I Cut People


IDC


Idiom Creak


Jabberwocky


Don Joyce


Junk Culture


Junkshop Coyote


Douglas Kahn


Hugo Keesing


Kid Koala


The Kleptones


Laso Halo


Lecture on Nothing


Lenlow


Listen With Sarah


DJ Lobsterdust


Los Kinkos


Tim Maloney (Naked Rabbit)


Christian Marclay


DJ Marvel


Steve McQuillen


Mr. Meridies


Matt Mikas


Anton Mobin


David Morneau


National Cynical Network


Negativland


DJ Nikoless


Wes Nisker


notv


Nubile G and the Spurious Whiz


Owen O'toole


Oh Astro


Orchid Spangiafora


Bob Ostertag


Osymyso


Party Ben


People Like Us


Phatbastard


Ergo Phizmiz


Public Works


DJ Qbert


DJ Quest


Rachmiel


The Real Tuesday Weld (The Clerkenwell Kid)


Realistic


The Reborn Identity


RIAA


DJ Riko


Rokhausen


Tom Roe


Ruckus Roboticus



RX Music


Kelly Patrick Ryan


Alyce Santoro



Savage Ohms


Sawako


Janek Schaefer


John Schnall


Jeffrey Sconce


Secret Mommy


Silica-Gel


Social Security


solcofn


Soundhog


Spacklequeen


Sparo


Speaker Freaker


Ed Special


Natasha Spencer


Splatt


The Square Root Of Evil


Stark Effect


Steinski


Stock, Hausen & Walkman


Carl Stone


Philip Strong


Chris Strouth


Stunt Rock


The Superfools


Surface Noise


Rob Swift


DJ T-Rock


The Tape-beatles


team9


James Tenney


Think Tank


Thousand Void Crush


Timmy The Tapeworm


Jan Turkenburg


Twink


Ursula 1000


V/Vm


Aaron Valdez


Value Village People


Voicedude


Robert Voisey


Wake Up And Listen


Myeck Waters


Wax Audio


Wax Tailor


David Weir


The Who Boys


Wobbly


Wolfram


DJ Zebra


Want more?
Find a list of all the (30+) radio interviews we've done with SAR artists over the years, ALL of which are available to listen to online, at the SAR Interview Page...

Check it out HERE.


www.some-assembly-required.net