We have been doing our best to provide as much quality entertainment as possible on the shoe-string budget that is best suited to these modern times, and with that in mind, we have completely updated our Bandcamp.com Store with new and exciting releases that are of interest to you.
In the period before I began at KMUZ, I was doing a show on an Internet station, Wanting To Be Cool In Beautiful Anywhere, Anywhen. While they became a very comforting home to me and my work when I was not on broadcast radio, in the time since they have become dedicated to documenting the work we’re doing, and capturing some of the performances that happen on our program.
To that end, there are now downloadable versions of the live performances and interviews we have had on Mid-Valley Mutations, where you can enjoy bespoke digital albums of each act, without the clutter of the rest of the broadcast that you have come to know and love. The albums contain full performances by the artist we’ve had on the show, and in a few cases, material you haven’t yet heard!
Our store now contains:
The collaboration between myself and devilsclub entitled “Beware of Tomorrow!”
Two complete live sets by Guyve, including a lot of material that could not fit into the hour long show!
The Digital FM Split Tape! (Featuring live performances by Entresol & Entrail, including 15 minutes of music between the two of them that did not air during the boradcast!)
A nearly 51 minute performance by Portland Improvisational Mavericks, Fiasco!
And a manic, Pledge Drive Performance by Manual Sex Drive.
All of these albums are free to enjoy and download, for the time being. This is your chance to pick up a ton of excellent recordings that are unique to Mid-Valley Mutations. However, if you are so inclined, please make a donation for all of this excellent entertainment. Any purchases you do make will go to supporting KMUZ, and keeping that station on the air.
In addition to these, you can also pick up Interviews, which contains 13 different interviews with artists who have been on the program. These are extended conversations with musicians about the work of creativity and music in the 21st Century, and offer a chance to get to know the people we play on the program. You will not hear these conversations anywhere else, and it’s just another way we like to give back to the listeners at home.
There are also a number of other audio treasures over there, so poke around and see if you find something you like. We hope that you won’t be sorry.