Waterways Transmission 11

Sunday December 31st 2017
7:00 pm—9:00 pm

Transmission 11 took place on New Years Eve, December 31, 2017. It was a retrospective of the last ten Waterways and split into two acts, with an intermission in the middle. The second act was timed so that there would be a climax in the mix as we approached midnight.

    Tracklist

  • Act 1,
  • Daniel Johnston, [Side a track 1, “no one understands you, for you, for youuuu” then cut at about 2 mins]
  • Nils Frahm, Said and Done [start after clapping, -1 pitch, mellow ending, let play out]
  • Amon Tobin, Lost & Found [blank side, track 2, -2 pitch]
  • Amon Tobin, Wooden Toy
  • Eye O, Had Fun Storming The Castle [slow down to -8 at end, intense ending, lots of reverb on music, but none on nature sounds]
  • Weval, Intro (Side A, track 1) - 2:20 mins
  • Weval, The Battle [Side A, track 2, end with lower pitch and lots of reverb]
  • Rone, Bye Bye Macadam
  • Four Tet, Pause 1 [middle interlude track with weird typewriter sounds]
  • Rosie Lowe, Me & Your Ghost
  • Matthew Herbert, You Saw It All (DJ Koze Mix)
  • Kool and the Gang, Summer Madness (Extended Version)
  • Lowercase Noises, Migratory Patterns [hold on, hold on, I will find you]
  • Act 2,
  • Sounds of the Muskogee Creek,
  • Lowercase Noises, Farewell (-4 pitch)
  • Daniel Johnston, [Side 1, track 3, -3 pitch, -8 at end, watch out, sort of abrupt]
  • Air, J’ai Dormi Solis L’eau [label side, track 2, fade out slowly, abrupt ending]
  • U.N.K.L.E. feat Richard Ashcroft, Lonely Soul
  • Four Tet, Pause [Side 2, track 1, bright dreamy track; -4 pitch]
  • Four Tet, Pause [Side 2, last track, also dreamy]
  • Su Kramer, You've Got The Power [Disco Deutschland, Side A: fade into waterfall about 1 inch into solitudes 4, side A record, then goes into chirping birds]
  • Daft Punk, Giorgio by Moroder [bring in as high pass at mid volume]
  • Daft Punk, Veridis Quo
  • DJ Koze, Magical Boy [gentle ending]
  • Explosions in the Sky, First Breath After Coma (Because You Are Breathing) [about 9 mins, -4 pitch, gentle ending]
  • Nils Frahm, Says