To all visitors: Kalvos & Damian is now a historical site reflecting nonpop
from 1995-2005. No updates have been made since a special program in 2015.
Chronicle of the NonPop Revolution
There is nothing wrong with your radio set. Do not attempt to adjust the reception.
We are controlling transmission. We will control the horizontal. We will control the
vertical. We can change the fidelity to a soft blur, or sharpen it to crystal clarity. For the
next sesquihour, sit quietly and we will control all that you hear and do. You are about to
participate in a great adventure. You are about to experience the awe and mystery which
reaches from the inner mind to Kalvos & Damian's New Music Sesquihour.
Yes, from radio station WGDR in Plankton, Vermont -- where today we're selling lemurs by the pound, and folks they're going fast -- it is indeed Kolvas & Domain's New Sesqui Musichour, broadcasting into your homes and vehicular sound systems today with best wishes from the Federal Communications Commission ... which I think is a non sesquitur. Anyway, at five past seven this morning it became the penultimate Saturday in August, which can only mean one thing.
Today's show, Episode #13, is entitled "The Intermuse: Music of the Internet." And we'll be playing music which has been digitally transpondered from computer waveform batch enablers in order to communicate with command utilities of a mostly incremental nature, or le flambeau oriange. To expedite matters, please quickly turn off your radio and turn it back on NOW. (dead air) Thank you.
Today's composer-o-the-week is Plainburg's own Dennis Murphy, who was recorded in high-resolution high-fidelity sound at his estate, so that we might better understand his proclivity towards goats in his life and his music. We have another new music quiz, our telephone has been turned back on so we're ready again for "New Music Talk," in which we answer questions you may have with the Federal Communications Commission, and we have another in our series of avant-announcements, which will be heard when you least expect it.
It's also the day after the end of the Perseids meteor shower, and we wanted to observe that event with the following actual unretouched sound of a meteor plummeting pell-mell through space, then vaporizing when it careens into the troposphere. (dead air)
This portion of the New Music Sesquihour has already been heard, though not in this universe. For those of you with trans-dimensional capabilities, we invite you to stay tuned anyway and listen for the subtle changes we are nevertheless making in the program. As always, this portion of the New Music Sesquihour is brought to you by ...
And now, with 65 years of collective historical references at his disposal and 800 watts of pure power to back him up, it will very shortly be Kalvos.