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AUTOreverse PODCAST NUMBER 8
August 20, 2011

0. Ian C Stewart – “AUTOreverse Theme”
1. Auzel – “She Turned Into The Dog” from OLD
2. Knitting By Twilight – “Biddeford Pool” from WEATHERING
3. Devilcake – “Salad Bar Man” from EATING THE GOSPEL
4. Jon 7 – “Sunset” from LIGHT AREAS
5. Aric and the Episodes – “Boy Crazy” from I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN ALL ALONG
6. Wendell K – “Steam (20:8 Remix)”
7. Dino DiMuro – “My Name Is Print” from OUTTAKES UNIVERSE
8. Translucent Mirror – “Flow Of Life Interrupted” from FUZZY LANDSCAPES
9. Evan Peta – “All My Lovin'” from ZEN BY DEFAULT
10. Anixas – “Zectec 117” from ZECTEC
11. Love Calvin – “Green Pea Soup” from WHAT’S LEFT, VOL. 4
12. C. Reider -“We Will Make You Whole” from OWNING EXTINCTIONS
13. Crippling Deficincey “These Tools Are Pretty Helpfull, Especially The Cry Editor (excerpt)” from I AM TERROR’S SNOOTINESS
14. Ray Carmen “Little Angel” from OLD SCHOOL OLD FOOL
15. Just John – “Huminor” from THE OLD DOUBLE MELMAN
16. Distant Trains – “Sketches” from CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR SUICIDE
17. Bat Lenny – “These Fragile Thoughts” from SHADOWLAND
18. Todd Skaggs – “Hemidemisemiquaver” from IN THE TEMPLE OF THE BUTCHERED COW
19. Next Big Thing – “Mary Anne With the Shaky Hand” from NBT-4-CNP
20. Russ Stedman – “Heavy Ketchup” from WHY KILL YOURSELF? (1987)
21. Ian C Stewart – “Trail Mix” from ALPHABETICAL FOOD ODYSSEY
http://iancstewart.podomatic.com/entry/2011-08-20T10_20_33-07_00

INTERVIEW: Ian C Stewart of AUTOreverse, featured in his own publication

Ian C Stewart

Ian C Stewart

IAN C STEWART
interview by
SKOT SCHTIKLA
July, 2011

When did you first become aware/ interested in sound in general and what do you remember of your earliest ‘hearing ‘experiences whether musical or not?
I think, when I got my first portable tape recorder, that was the first time I became aware of sounds. That was probably around my 8th birthday, which would be 1980. Eventually the thrill of listening was surpassed by the greater thrill of recording every single thing I could find. Listening was not as much fun. It’s easy to forget that in those days, everything you experienced was transient and, once it was done, it was done. Of course now it’s the opposite extreme, everything is documented. I have tapes from 1984, when I was learning to play the guitar. You hear ten minutes of room noise followed by some naff guitar playing, followed quickly by whatever I was watching on TV at the time. The act itself of recording was the main thing. Which is pathetic, I sound like a total caveman.
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