No.Fest 2010 is looking to be bigger, better, more diverse and cross-disciplinary than ever. For the first time we are kicking off the night of June 25th with an Art Walk with 10 exhibitions and 8 galleries, plus the Bangin! International Urban Folk Dance featuring the Incredible Kid. The main program follows traditionally at 10am on Saturday June 26th with the Early Bird Children's Show! This year we'll be joined by The Lions of Batucada, David Ornette Cherry with Impressions of Energy, Blue Cranes and many more wonderful performers.
This is a Time Based Art Festival 2010 special program produced and hosted by Sean Ongley. Live guests are Noelle Stiles and Danielle Kelly in discussion of their work on the piece, "Blanket", featured on the cover of the festival program guide. Plus, some joking around with Woolly Mammoth Comes to Dinner.
This is a special program featuring Harrell Fletcher and Jens Hoffman, curators of the People's Bienniel, a featured exhibition of the Time Based Art Festival 2010. Filling in for Eva, host and producer Sean Ongley.
Un | Herd Archive Episode #21: Daniel Menche Recorded August 23rd, 2010 Daniel was a great guest. He showed up on time with only a handful of CD’s. On the CD’s, various field recordings from hikes on Mt. Hood and other pacific northwest natural areas. The sounds are amazing, the blends are surreal. It was one of the easiest, best shows I’ve presented. So enjoy live mixing of field recordings by Daniel Menche. That was Daniel Menche, live on Un | Herd, KBOO, August 23rd, 2010 playing a collection of field recordings from the pacific northwest. This program was produced by Me, Sean Ongley.
Un | Herd Archive Episode #21.5: Frontol Lobe Development
Recorded August 30th, 2010
This is a special 15 minute program, connected to the previous show with Daniel Menche. This band is comprised of teenagers from Roosevelt High School. They could not perform at my 10pm show time due to school, so we had to put them on Desolo Luna Vox Theatrum. But, for the spirit of it, I include this within the archives. Now, Frontol Lobe Development with Daniel Menche.
This program was the best I’ve ever had that hap-hazardly fell in to my lap. It was a humbling experience to interview a founding frontman of the famous anarchist pop band, Chumbawamba. The man sits for a full hour and goes in to 25 years of music making, it’s a treat folks. And he reads from his new book, “Three Dead Princes”. I offer this program in its live, unedited imperfection. Specifically please excuse the buzzing. I’ve alerted the station engineer. Anyhow, please enjoy this special hour-long program.