[rumori] WFMU Specialty show seeks mail-in guests!

From: Vicki Bennett (peoplelikeusATmistral.co.uk)
Date: Fri Mar 08 2002 - 13:51:50 PST

Forwarded from Brian Turner at WFMU. Please forward. Incidentally,
The ECC, Wobbly, Irene Moon and PLU will be doing one of these
sessions on WFMU when we play in NYC in April.

>Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 16:22:07 -0500 (EST)
>From: Brian Turner <btATwfmu.org>
>Subject: WFMU Specialty show seeks mail-in guests!
>Dear label friends of WFMU,
> This is music/program director Brian Turner at WFMU in the NYC/NJ
>area. We're hoping to kick off a free-range guest-spin / experimental
>sound / laptop / sampladelic / collage / turntablist / plundersonic
>spotlight hour (we're keeping it loose, basically its a show to
>highlight anyone who manipulates sound) this summer on our schedule (most
>likely at the
>beginning of June) and we are inviting you aboard. Each week, we'd like to
>feature a different host doing their thing on our airwaves, and we're
>interested in submissions on DAT or CD-R to air during these slots (which
>will, again, be 60 minutes in length). We're hoping for this to be a great
>addition to our freeform spectrum of programming, and a good chance for
>our many listeners in the NYC area and the thousands who listen to us on
>the web to learn a little about the artists' activity in turn each
> They can be pre-recorded and sent in, or if the artist in question is in
>the NYC area we can cut the session live here at the station. I'd love to
>talk to anyone out there that might be interested in participating in this
>so we could give more specifics! We'd need submissions by May if at all
>possible. Hope to hear from you...
>Brian Turner
>WFMU Music Program Director
>PO Box 5101
>Hoboken, NJ 07030 USA
>(201) 521-1416 x223
>"WFMU had flourished for over half a century - having been named the best
>radio station in the United States in four successive critic's polls by
>Rolling Stone Magazine" - New York Times
>"WFMU is known as an oasis in the airwave desert. While most stations
>practice one-dimensional 'narrow-casting', WFMU embraces everything in the
>wonderful world of sound." - Spin
>WFMU is the best freeform radio station in America." - New York Daily News

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