29 June 2024 Broadcast Preview.


CITR’s 24 Hours of Radio Art in a snack sized format. Dark Ambient. Drone. Field Recordings. Noise. Sound Art. Or something.

Friday night’s broadcast features more Kuma and Kilometre Club, three new collaborations – Dennis Callaci / Heimito Künst‘s ‘First Light‘, Dave Brown / Jason Kahn‘s ‘Terminal Analog‘, and Peder Simonsen / Jo David Meyer Lysne‘s ‘Spektralmaskin‘, plus new øjeRum, Regen Graves, Beyond the Ghost, Tam Lin, Lara Sarkissian, and Vancouver’s The Nausea.

Starting at Midnight Pacific on CITR 101.9FM, streaming at PLAYER.CITR.CA

(Photo Credit: Lara Sarkissian)


New Music Review By Mark Hjorthoy

øjeRum – Cut Paper Flowers

This haunting group of pieces really resonates with me. The sombre and mournful textures feel like falling into eternity without ever knowing when you’ll land. I got sucked in by the beauty of these four musical milestones, and I can’t get them out of my mind. The sounds that drift in and out of each piece are perfectly placed and shine nearly as loud as the harmonic content. This really is excellent. Listen to it in a quiet room. You’ll thank me later.

Peder Simonsen / Jo David Meyer Lysne – Spektralmaskin

Layer after layer of expertly crafted sounds, layered again and treated. What a fantastic way to spend a morning. I listened to this while I was puttering around one morning and found it’s a great way to start a day. So soulful and deep. Peder and Jo have made a stunning release with ‘Spektralmaskin’. I found myself drifting in and out of conscious thought, but in a way that brings fresh and new ideas to you. Excellent work here. Worth the time spent any time of day.