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Close Radio Podcast, #16: Center for Experimental Art and Communication, "Strike, No. 1," June 1978
Broadcast June 1978. Information about CEAC's "Strike Magazine," which was critical of dominant capitalist ideologies. Includes interviews with Amerigo Marras, and music by the punk band the Diodes © 1977, 2007 Crash and Burn Music/SOCAN. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #15: Los Angeles Free Music Society, "Close Radio," November 3, 1977
© LAFMS. Recorded live November 3, 1977. A concert of experimental music and performance. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #14: Victor Henderson, "VH Takes a Walk," February 7, 1978
Broadcast February 7, 1978. Peppered with social commentary, the artist narrates his walk from Los Angeles toward the mountains. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #13: Co-Accident, "Close Accident," February 21, 1979
Broadcast February 21, 1979. A performance broken into segments of song, music, and sound poetry, and sometimes a combination of all three. By Co-Accident: Kirby Malone, Chris Mason, Marshall Reese, Alec Bernstein, and Mitchell Pressman. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #12: Pauline Oliveros, "Pathways to Grandmothers," January 5, 1978
© Deep Listening Publications. Broadcast January 5, 1978. A meditative accordion concert by the musician who started the "deep listening" movement. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #11: Tom Jenkins, "Untitled," July 7, 1977
Broadcast July 7, 1977. A "sculpture of sounds" by instruments made from found materials. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #10: Robert Wilhite, "History of the One-String," May 9, 1977
Broadcast May 9, 1977. The artist tells back stories and plays excerpts from his onestring-instrument concerts. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #9: Galerie Ecart presents performances from Zurich, October 6, 1977
Broadcast October 6, 1977. Recordings in Zurich, Switzerland of performances by various artists. Maurizio Nannucci material © Zona Archives, Florence, Italy. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #8: Jim Roche, "Cadillac, Power Poles, Straight Razor and Swoops Down Out of the Sky," January 29, 1978
Broadcast January 29, 1978. One-voice performances of characters the artist imagined were representative of America after a cross-country trip taken in the late 1960s. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #7: Michael Brewster, "Radio Borne Space," January 12, 1978
Broadcast January 12, 1978. Instructions for an acoustic sculpture with a discussion afterwards. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #6: The Monitors, November 10, 1977
© Humaneer Music, BMI. Recorded live November 10, 1977. Punk rock music by an L.A. band. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #5: Paul McCarthy interviews Gene Youngblood, July 7, 1977
Recorded live July 7, 1977. Youngblood, an electronic media arts scholar, discusses six new technologies that artists are using. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #4: Ant Farm, "CarMen...The Opera," November 22, 1976
Broadcast November 22, 1976. An opera in three acts featuring an orchestra of automobiles. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #3: Ronald Benom, "Room, Part 1," June 9, 1977
© Estate of Ronald Benom. Broadcast June 9, 1977. Stories about a particular room from multiple perspectives. Presented by the Getty Research Institute

Close Radio Podcast, #2: Douglas Huebler presents..., May 1978
Broadcast May 1978. © Estate of Douglas Huebler ©, Estate of Jack Goldstein ©, 2007 Lawrence Weiner/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Marc Pally, T.J. Silverlake, The Poetics (Mike Kelley, Tony Oursler, and Don Krieger).


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