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Interview with Richard M. Smith. We discuss how to tell if someone has been reading your email; DidTheyReadIt.com; finding out what kind of emails the National Security Agency and what email providers might be helping out the NSA; is President Bush overstepping boundries on domestic spying?;
California composer Terry Riley launched what is now known as the Minimalist movement with his revolutionary classic In C in 1964. This seminal work provided the conception for a form comprised of interlocking repetitive patterns that was to change the course of 20th century music and strongly influence the works of Steve Reich, Philip Glass and John Adams as well as rock groups such as The Who, The Soft Machine, Curved Air, Tangerine Dream and many others.
A smallWorld from the archives: Interview with Don Joyce of Negativland. We discuss their new CD, No Business, Negativland being sued by Island Records for spoofing U2, sampling Casey Kasem’s bloopers, copryright laws, culture jamming, teletours, and the Over The Edge radio show.
On solipsistic NATION I play the best of all genres of electronic music and I often interview musicians and music labels and other people from the electronic music community. If NPR did a show about electronic music I imagine it would sound exactly like solipsistic NATION.