Things go all electro-mechanical on this week’s show dear listener with music made by dot matrix printers, floppy disk drives, a jazzolian, an enormous music box, a player piano a polyphon, an orchestrion and a trio of robots to mention but a few.
We also have a track from a great new compilation of electronic library music from the Standard library music label, lovingly curated by Public Information records.
|1.||MIDIDesaster: Eye of the Tiger on a Printer|
|2.||1030 (James Houston): Big Ideas (Don’t Get Any)|
|3.||MrSolidSnake745’s Musical Floppy Drives: Ghostbuster’s Theme on eight floppy drives|
|4.||SammyIAm: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (On Floppy Drives) (download Moppy)|
|5.||James Houston & Julian Corrie: Polybius from Music for old technology|
|6.||Reginald J. Lewis: Programmadate from Happy Machine: Standard Music Library 1970-2010|
|7.||1905 Mira 18 1/2 Inch Concert Grand Console Music Box: Ave Maria|
|8.||Jazzolian: Atlantic Express from|
|9.||Bent Bolt & The Nuts: The Mechanical Man from 7″ single (MGM, K-13635)|
|10.||Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 3a from Studies for Piano Player|
|11.||Keith Harding: Polyphon from Stars of the Show|
|12.||Keith Harding: Orchestrion from Magical Sounds of a Bygone Age|
|13.||Squarepusher x Z-MACHINES: Dissolver from Music For Robots|
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