Plastic Eye Miracle Interview

Plastic+eye+MiracleOne of the most creative teams to independently release original music was Ohio’s Plastic Eye Miracle. PEM’s Michael Gonzales and Doug Wofsey prolifically recorded numerous cassette tapes for sale and distribution.PEM1 Jerry & Chris Waterbury, assisted by Greg Mathieson and Bernard Olson interviewed Plastic Eye Miracle for KFAI radio’s Musical Transportation Spree‘s show-within-a-show Now That’s Interesting in 1992. Listen: https://archive.org/details/PlasticEyeMiracleInterviewSKM_284e15120614180_0001

Frothing at the Beaker

stock-footage--beakers-palPost-Flask foray by Chuck Isle & Jerry to KFAI radio’s land of the midnight fun.

Frothing at the Beaker appeared first on Drew Miller‘s show Adrenalin Solution one month after Chuck & Jerry quit Wake Up South Side. Later on Saturday’s Random Access, FATB replaced Rob Ordahl who vacated his air shift which alternated with that of Dave Reinhold between Midnight and 6 a.m(Little City in Space aired 10 p.m. to 12).

Flask of Weird Adrenalin Internet Archive logoSolution – with Drew Miller from December 9, 1983. Chuck’s Public Service Announcements / TV & radio previews / ads for Spot Welders, Inc.; The Round School of Wow & Perfect Voice; Cletus Tobacco’s Breakfast Froth & Coital Topping / Marc Myers & Drew’s cool vinyl.

Adrenalin Solution Substitution: Frothing at the Beaker –  December 17, 1983. Guest Mark Masyga with Marc Myers, Chuck & Jerry.  TV Previews / Commercials for Aquatic Fish Close-Up Toothpaste Halcyon Days Chewing Tobacco; The Oh-You-Supreme Being Candy Gift Box & Tax Shelter; Bullmoose Interchange (with the Locking Hindsight).

Random Abcess: Marc Myers & Jerry host January 14, 1984; ad for The Batter-Operated Fish Boss  / home tapers Craig Swanson (Alien Man);  Marc & Jerry (Taping Your Brains Out).

Marc Myers

Marc Myers

Random Access: Frothing at the Beaker excerpts from January 28, 1984. Chuck & Jerry with TV previews* / ad for The Huck L. Zowie Finger Indexer / Cassette compilation Supply Side at Work from Ohio by Bob Forward / Marc coins moniker “TV Guise”*

Random Access: Frothing at the Beaker – from February 11, 1984. With Peter (Little City in Space) Stenshoel, Marc Myers. TV Guise / ads for Resus Peanut-Butter Filled Monkeys; Alka – Dan; Digital Ernie’s Techno-Hut.

Flask of Weird: 10-22-83

Weird Mysteries Comics Classic Covers #1 Flask

The recovery of radio transcribed from ancient cassette tapes to digital continues with Another Flask of Weird from October 22, 1983. Returning to Minneapolis after his two year sojourn in Japan, guest Peter Stenshoel (acquaintance of AFOW host Chuck Isle) meets Mark Masyga & Jerry for the first time. Sponsors include Bodrigan’s Clamps of Indecision; Post-Haste Cereal; Chez Bob’s Detail Recount Store Halloween Sale ’83. The cast provide TV previews, records by Eric Dolphy, Horace Andy, Haruomi Hosono, The Doo-Dooettes, Jad Fair, J.B. Lenoir, The Insect Surfers, No-Y-Z, Spontaneous Music Ensemble, Chico Hamilton, Jimmy Carl Black, Eugene Chadbourne, and rare audio by Twin Cities talents The Toy Lovers, Subject to Change, Lane Ellwanger, David Stenshoel, Bruce Labelle, Kyle Huggins & Michael Russell.  Listen at Archive.orgInternet Archive logo

Pictured flask designed by Gary Rodrique. See other flasks of weird at http://www.cafepress.com/+weird+flasks

AFOW airchecks from August 6, 1983, and recently upgraded mixes of February 5/January 22; also September 24, 1983 (with added material) available for listening.

Living Archive: Strangely Colored Map of Peter Stenshoel

Don Campau, long time host of the DIY showcase No Pigeonholes, has documented numerous prominent home recordists as part of his Living Archive, including newly digitized Peter Stenshoel music from Strangely Colored Map, a double cassette compilation. Listen here.

It’s the 25th anniversary of the release of Strangely Colored Map, called “The Trout Mask Replica of home taping.” Talents behind projects at Scorchedear.com support Peter’s various compositions: The Infinity Art Unit; Stuart Mathews; David Stenshoel; Damon Mathews; Blanche Fubar; Miriam Stonehill; Jerry Modjeski; Andy Schultz; Bob Zander. Also includes works by Phil Hey, Todd Harper and Mark Maistrovich; with notable appearances by Twin Cities music legends Max Swanson, Anthony Cox, Mark Freeman and Lane Ellwanger.

Now That’s Interesting

The Musical Transportation Spree‘s show-within-a-show, Now That’s Interesting, showcased the best independent recording artists. Listen to behind-the-scenes insanity with The Rudy Schwartz Project
interviewed on NTI.
Dick Dammit describes using his pocket sequencer to create Midi Mischief, and Jerry Brownrigg of Fibulator catches up with hosts Jerry and Chris.th

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