TONIGHT: MO/RDAN ON WNYU’S MATH AND SCIENCE SHOW

January 23, 2009

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Photo of MO/RDAN by Calli Higgins, who deserves more photo credits, you bastids

Wreck Tech is one hell of a DJ.  (If you were at Full Service on January 10, then you know what the fuck I’m talking about.)  And his weekly broadcast on WNYU, The Math and Science Show, is one of the finest portals around for rough-hewn, ghettoblasting club music on the Croydon-Kingston-Brooklyn axis.  I mean, you know M+S is f’real because Zomby once canceled a guest spot, and I’ll be damned if that isn’t some kinda rite of passage.

So what will happen when a couple of staid techno fanboys descend on the studio tonight?  I’m not really sure.  But somehow Mr. Tech has entrusted MO/RDAN, my ongoing DJ collaboration with Momo Araki, with guesthosting duties tonight while he’s off globetrotting, so I guess we’ll see.  Expect dubstep-not-dubstep, deep n’ fast techno, tape echo from the bottom of the ocean, and probably a few old Scientist jams.  It will either be totally awesome or an insult to everything M+S stands for.  But we’re seriously shooting for the former, we promise.

In other MO/RDAN news, we’re at work both on a special extended LLC mix and on something a bit more polished to be released on CD!  Hell yes!

In the meantime, though, I’m gonna get back to drinking tea, listening to the new Animal Collective (holy shit dudes!), and trying to kick the cold from hell before tonight.

DETAILS:

THE MATH AND SCIENCE SHOW w/ guesthosts MO/RDAN

WNYU 89.1 FM in NEW YORK CITY and WNYU.org/ITUNES EVERYWHERE ELSE

10:30PM – 1 AM

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