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BANDS / GROUPS / ENSEMBLES
Mminor
SCSE
(Southern California Soundscape Ensemble)
qqq
Double Blind
Intense Situations of Peril
Drawn
Milwaukee Phonography
MiLO
(Milwaukee Laptop Orchestra)
SLaB
sCO
(soundCommons Orchestra)
Luminous Flux
(Bach, Nadal, Pogue)
Slow Moving Vehicle
(Bach, Pogue)
   
DISCOGRAPHY (SOLO)
Radia
Dust, Unsettled, Feburary 2012
Iteral
(MPRNTBL, MPRN-007, August 2009)
Pinna
Brumal
(Stasisfield, SF-6008, June 2008)
Field
Cadae
Diamond Finesse
(Stasisfield, SF-2005, May 2003)
Incidental
Blind Contour
Marginalia
District
Immersive
HLIW
Chinatown
hope is the thing
Filaments
Gathering Flowers and Stones
   
DISCOGRAPHY (GROUP)
Glenn Bach and John Kannenberg. Dispersal Patterns
(forthcoming 2012 on Entr'acte)
Double Blind. Signal Out
(forthcoming 2012 on MPRNTBL)
Milwaukee Phonography. Live at UWM
(MPRNTBL, MPRN-010, April 2010)

Intense Situations of Peril. Flor de Muerto
(MPRNTBL, MPRN-009, October 2009)
qqq. Sets
(MPRNTBL, MPRN-008, September 2009)
Intense Situations of Peril. Torreyana
(MPRNTBL, MPRN-004, May 2009)
Double Blind. At The Edge of This Forest
(MPRNTBL, MPRN-003, April 2009)
Double Blind. Wounded Speaker
(MPRNTBL, MPRN-001, January 2009)
ARCHIVED PERFORMANCES
SCSE on Ear Meal
Southern California Soundscape Ensemble performed a live set (watch/listen to the archived set here) on Alan Nakagawa's Ear Meal webcast, 2 November 2011, on unitedArtscene.
Pilgrimage From Scattered Points
Part 1 and Part 2 of video documentation of collaborative performance of selected scores from Cornelius Cardew's Scratch Orchestra Draft Constitution, as part of sound. at Fiesta Hall, 20 March 2010, 1200 North Vista St., West Hollywood, CA. Photos here.
Sound. at Kings Road Park Pavillion
Video documentation of the performance of a graphic score "5x5," with Ted Byrnes (percussion), Ari DeSano (accordion), and Steuart Liebig (bass, electronics) as part of Sound. at Kings Road Park Pavillion, 1000 N. Kings Road, West Hollywood, CA 90069, 26 June 2010.
Solo set on Ear Meal
I performed a solo set (watch/listen to the archived set here) on Alan Nakagawa's Ear Meal webcast, Wednesday, 7 July 2010, 9:30 PM, on unitedArtscene.

Tetuzi Akiyama Workshop Concert for SASSAS
Workshop and Group Concert with noted Japanese guitarist Tetuzi Akiyama, (with Bob Bellerue, Mitchell Brown, Jessica Catron, Jeremy Drake, Bill Hutson, Lewis Keller, David Kendall, Cat Lamb, Jorge Martin, Joe Potts, Tom Recchion, David Rothbaum, Mark Trayle, and Tom Watson), Eagle Rock Center for the Arts, Los Angeles, 25 June 2006.

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Two Cities (Month of Sundays)
Month of Sundays at Visitor's Studio, live online performance with John Kannenberg (Chicago), performing Two Cities, sponsored by Furthernoise.org, 25 June 2006.

SELECTED COMPILATIONS
"Loma Powerlines" on Power/Field 2, two-disc compilation of unprocessed recordings made on-site, Anarchy Moon Recordings, Spring 2010.
Chris Schlarb's Twilight & Ghost Stories, Asthmatic Kitty Records, December 4, 2007.
Five tracks ("SFMOMA," "SFMOMA2," "MCASD," SFMOMA4," and "SFMOMA3") included in the compilation, The Sonics of Art Spaces, Stasisfield, December 2007.
"glacier libretto," RNDTXT, Spring 2004.
"notice," USA/USB, Shadow Puppet Recording Company, January 2004.
"phye," The Audible Still-Life, October 2003.
"rthkchpl," Klanghausen, September 2003.
"Saturday morning basketball," phonography.org.4, CD compilation, Summer 2003.
"specular loop," City of the Future, Summer 2003.
"cadae (a minor sea)," The pi Project, Spring 2003.
"remix," Ferosal Coral Remix Project, (Corewatch #013), Winter 2003.
"umbrellas, a somber parentheses," phonography.org 1: compositions using field recordings, CD compilation, Fall 2002.
   
ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS / COMPILATIONS / FESTIVALS / RADIO

"Shift," a track from my unreleased 2009 solo project, Pinna (one of a trio with Iteral and Radia) was featured in "Urban Archeology," an episode of Framework: Afield curated by John Kannenberg, featuring members of the World Listening Project, broadcast on Resonance FM, 4 July 2010, and archived as a podcast here. Playlist #291 here.

Field recordings included in Giant Ear))): Urban Rhythms, radio performance dedicated to the sonic patterns of the urban landscape, Free103point9, sponsored by New York Society for Acoustic Ecology, 24 February 2008, 7-9PM EST.

"Bridge Elegy" included in Giant Ear))): In Memoriam, radio performance on Free103point9, sponsored by New York Society for Acoustic Ecology, 10 June 2007, 7-9PM EST.

"St. Martin in the Fields, Crypt," included in Giant Ear))): Saved by the Bell, radio performance dedicated to the architectural acoustics of religious spaces, Free103point9, sponsored by New York Society for Acoustic Ecology, 13 May 2007, 7-9PM EST.

Five field recordings, ("SFMOMA," "SFMOMA2," "SFMOMA3," "SFMOMA4," and "MCASD" included in Stasisfield: The Sonics of Arts Spaces, a radio broadcast (curated by John Kannenberg) on Framework, Resonance FM, London (along with recordings and compositions by Anne Guthrie, John Kannenberg, My Fun, and Steve Roden), 28 November 2006.

"ISOP," Soundwalk 2006 Catalog CD, October 2005.

"standard excerpt," Soundwalk 2005 Catalog CD, August 2005.

"two rooms" and "phye" on the radio show Framework, Resonance FM, 104.4 FM, London, UK, 11 March 2005 and 23 March 2005.

"78 slow circles," "slice interlude," and "solstice" in Fifteen Project #3, January 2005.

"two cities sketch," collaboration with John Kannenberg, Soundwalk 2004 Catalog CD, August 2004.

"specular loop," on the radio show Down With the Chairman, Resonance FM, 104.4 FM, London, UK, 13 May 2004.

"glacier libretto (part 2)," 8th Annual Santa Fe International Festival of Electroacoustic Music, radio broadcast on "Other Voices, Other Sounds," KUNM 89.9 FM, Albuquerque, NM, hosted by Steven Miller, 25 April 2004.

"freespeech," Sonic Network Analysis, as part of version>04 invisibleNetworks, Stasisfield, 15 March 2004.

"7clicks," 7econds, Winter 2004.

"the history of air and hours," accepted for inclusion in A.D.A.P.T. RE:BUILD, curated by Trace Reddell, Fall 2003.

"Universe (Pure Influence mix)," Technova by Skytracker, Electronic Shadows Records, Fall 2003.

Contributed to Ilya Monosov's "Music for Big Band," Frogpeak Unbound, 2003. (notes)

"out thin," Tensile: International Experimental Acoustic Guitar Anthology, Labile Music, Summer 2003.

"bisameeth," Recovered Patience compilation, Chmafu Records (Austria), Spring 2003.

"remit," Re-Gnit, Spring 2003.

"stippled," The Stone Cast, The Ripple Made, Spring 2003.

"folded" included in a mix along with works by Luigi Russolo, Joseph Beuys & Henning Christiansen, Kim Cascone, Terre Thaemlitz, et al., on the Danish website DRavantgarde, October 2002.

"remended" and "cutoff and mend," John Watermann Memorial Project, Fall 2002.

"round length of the room," The Palimpsest Project, Fall 2002.

"source.01," microsound_compilation: star6_789, Centuries Records, September 2002.

"incidental music," con/text, Summer, 2002.

"in still air," "in calm waters," and "in cold light," Dead SCSI 2, 2002.

"osaka crowds," Osaka Remix Project, Foton Records, 2002.

"imagined structure," Reverse Engineering, 2002.

"mediator of memory (atravesado)," bufferFuct, 2002.

"NYC birds and hammers," Phonography Archive, 2002.

"deepless," "open verse," and "haptic light," McDonna Project, 2002.

"J Train over Williamsburg," on snd_modulation_v2.0 (MP3 station on original MP3.com), 2000.


PERFORMANCES

SCSE (Southern California Soundscape Ensemble), LAartstream headquarters in downtown Los Angeles for a webcast on Ear Meal, Wednesday, November 2, 2011.

SCSE, two sets (6 PM and 8 PM) at Soundwalk 2011, Fingerprints, 420 E. 4th Street, Long Beach, CA, 1 October 2011.

SCSE, for World Listening Day, {open}, 2226 E. 4th Street (at Junipero), Long Beach, CA, 21 July 2011.

SCSE, {open}, 2226 E. 4th Street (at Junipero), Long Beach, CA, 19 May 2011.

Duo with Jasmine Orpilla at Open Studio 2011, Angels Gate Cultural Center, 3601 South Gaffey Street, San Pedro, CA 90731, 15 May 2011.

SCSE, ResBox, Steve Allen Theater, The Center for Inquiry, 4773 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90027, 17 March 2011.

SCSE performed "if you surrendered to the air," a composition by Marco Schindelmann with the University of Redlands Choir as part of a program of choral music, University of Redlands Memorial Chapel, Redlands CA, 8 PM, free admission, 20 February 2011.

Mminor, East Village 2nd Saturday Art Walk, Sipology Coffee, 2771 E. Broadway, Long Beach, CA, 12 February 2011.


SCSE, {open}, 2226 E. 4th Street (at Junipero), Long Beach, CA, 20 January 2011.


Solo set on Alan Nakagawa's Ear Meal webcast, 7 July 2010, on unitedArtscene.

Group guided improvisation with Ted Byrnes (percussion), Ari DeSano (accordion), and Steuart Liebig (bass, electronics) in a performance of a graphic score "5x5," as part of Sound. at Kings Road Park Pavilion, 1000 N. Kings Road, West Hollywood, CA 90069, 26 June 2010.

qqq, LAUNCH Presents: Meeson Pae Yang—Accumulations, 5900 Wilshire Boulevard (across from LACMA), Los Angeles, CA, 12 June 2010.

Scratch Orchestra (as part of a day-long celebration of Cornelius Cardew's Draft Constitution, as part of sound. at Fiesta Hall, Fiesta Hall, 1200 North Vista St., West Hollywood, CA, 20 March 2010.

qqq, 3rd Thursday series, {open}, 2226 E. 4th Street, Long Beach, CA, 18 March 2010.

qqq, Silver Factory Studios, 4310 W. Jefferson, Los Angeles, CA 90016, 19 March 2010.

qqq, Redcat Lounge, Los Angeles, in support of Mem1's West Coast Tour (along with Spastic Colon), 22 November 2009.

Double Blind, Soundwalk 2009, East Village Arts Park, Long Beach, 3 October 2009.

qqq, Slow Sound Festival, Gerald R. Daniel Recital Hall, CSULB, Long Beach, CA, 25 September 2009.

qqq, 3rd Thursday series, {open}, 2226 E. 4th Street, Long Beach, CA, 18 June 2009 (with Between Ravens & Crows).

qqq, 3rd Thursday series, {open}, 2226 E. 4th Street, Long Beach, CA, 19 March 2009 (with Antennae).

Milwaukee Laptop Orchestra (MiLO) at Sound Brain, sponsored by Present Music, Discovery World, Milwaukee, WI, 21 February 2009.

Intense Situations of Peril (ISOP) performed a live, improvised interpretation of Torreyana as part of the 3rd Thursday series, {open}, 2226 E. 4th Street, Long Beach, CA, 15 January 2009.

Milwaukee Phonography (Glenn Bach, Seth Warren-Crow, and Aaron Ximm), UWM Film, Fine Arts Cinema, MIT B91, 19 November 2008.

Milwaukee Laptop Orchestra (MiLO) at Unruly Music 3 October 2008, UWM Recital Hall.

Double Blind performed a live, improvised interpretation of Wounded Speaker as part of the 3rd Thursday series, {open}, 2226 E. 4th Street, Long Beach, CA, 18 September 2008.

Solo and duo set with John Kannenberg, Something Else, hosted by Philip von Zweck, WLUW 88.7 FM, Loyola University-Chicago, 18 May 2008.

Open Rehearsal at KSE Open House, with John Kannenberg, Jim Schoenecker, and Jim Warchol, KSE 449, Kenilworth Square East, 1925 E Kenilworth Pl., Milwaukee, WI 53202, 19 April 2008.

KSE Open House, Milwaukee Laptop Orchestra (MiLO), KSE 592, Kenilworth Square East, 1925 E Kenilworth Pl., Milwaukee, WI 53202, 18 April 2008.

Duo with John Kannenberg on Free Radio SAIC, broadcast by Neighborhood Public Radio into the Whitney Museum of American Art during the Whitney Biennial, 11 April 2008.

Duo improvisation with Seth Warren-Crow, interpretation of Marshall McLuhan's The Medium is the Massage, Heather Warren-Crow's Media Archaeology course, UWM Film Department, Fine Arts Cinema, B91, 3 April 2008.

Solo set for Debra Loewen's Music and Dancers class, UWM, Mitchell Hall 256, Monday, 10 March 2008.

Milwaukee Phonography (Glenn Bach, Chris Delaurenti, Dale Kaminski, John Kannenberg, and Seth Warren-Crow), Opt.in, UWM Mitchell Hall, Room B91, 1 March 2008.

Solo set of field recordings for Kelly Kirshtner's Experiments in Documentary Media course, UWM Film, Fine Arts Cinema, Mitchell Hall B-91, 26 February 2008.

Electro-Acoustic Music Center: Reckonings, with Milwaukee Laptop Orchestra (MiLO), performed Scot Gresham-Lancaster's "Vague Notions of Lost Textures," UWM Recital Hall, 2400 E. Kenwood Blvd., 7 February 2008.

Airplay, solo set and a duo set with John Kannenberg, WNUR 89.3 FM, Chicago, Saturday, 26 January 2008.

Unruly Music, with Milwaukee Laptop Orchestra (MiLO), UWM Recital Hall, 6 December 2007.

KSE Fridays, KSE 592 (Kenilworth Square East, 1925 E Kenilworth Pl Milwaukee, WI 53202), 16 November 2007.

Berlin: Symphony of a Great City, with Milwaukee Laptop Orchestra (MiLO), improvised soundtrack to Walter Ruttman's 1926 silent film, Berlin: Symphony of a Great City, UWM Union Theatre, 18 October 2007.

KSE Open House: solo set, duo with John Kannenberg, and participation in MiLO (Milwaukee Laptop Orchestra), Kenilworth Square East, 1925 E Kenilworth Pl Milwaukee, WI 53202, 6 October 2007.

Six Soundtracks for Angels Gate, with Glenn Bach,Spastic Colon, smgsap, Noah Thomas, and Joe Negro, Angels Gate Cultural Center, 3601 S. Gaffey Street, San Pedro, CA, 24 June 2007.

13th Annual Robinson Jeffers Association Conference, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu, HI, 18 February 2007.

Otis Speaks, live group improvisation to films by May Deren, Germaine Dulac, and others; with Steve Roden, Jeffrey Roden, Kraig Grady, Jacob Danziger, and Cat Lamb; Otis College of Art and Design, 9045 Lincoln Blvd., Los Angeles, 1 February 2007.

Artists of Noises, Dangerous Curve, 1020 E. Fourth Place, Los Angeles, 10 December 2006.

Group improvisation with Spastic Colon (along with Bastard Noise, Koonda Holaa, Sikhara, and smgsap), The Black House, Long Beach, 1 December 2006.

New Sounds for The Brothers Quay, live, improvised soundtracks to films by The Brothers Quay, with Jessica Catron, Jeremy Drake, Shea Gauer, Scott Peterson, Jorge Martin, Joe Negro, Michael Raco-Rands, and Marco Schindelmann, {open}, 144 Linden Avenue, Long Beach, 19 October 2006.

Intense Situations of Peril perform Standard Peril, Soundwalk 2006, The Dome Room, Long Beach (ISOP participants included Glenn Bach, Helga Fassonaki, Marcos Fernandes, Shea M. Gauer, John Kannenberg, Jorge Martin, Robert Montoya, Joe Negro, Scott A. Peterson, and Noah Thomas), 7 October 2006.

Fluxus Films at L.A.C.E., with live "soundtracks" by Steve Roden, Jeffrey Roden, Doug Harvey, Jessica Catron, Glenn Bach, Cat Lamb, et al., Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, , 4 August 2006.

Edgetone Music Summit, Sound of a Thousand Pictures: A Night of the Mysterious Worlds of Phonography, solo set, with smgsap, Aaron Ximm, Marcos Fernandes, and Guillermo Galindo, 21 Grand, Oakland, CA, 29 July 2006.

Workshop and Group Concert with noted Japanese guitarist Tetuzi Akiyama, (with Bob Bellerue, Mitchell Brown, Jessica Catron, Jeremy Drake, Bill Hutson, Lewis Keller, David Kendall, Cat Lamb, Jorge Martin, Joe Potts, Tom Recchion, David Rothbaum, Mark Trayle, and Tom Watson), Eagle Rock Center for the Arts, Los Angeles, 25 June 2006.

Month of Sundays at Visitor's Studio, live online performance with John Kannenberg (Chicago), performing Two Cities, sponsored by Furthernoise.org, 25 June 2006.

Intense Situations of Peril, (with Shea M. Gauer and Scott A. Peterson) opening for Boris Baltschun & Serge Baghdassarians (Berlin), {open} Long Beach, 9 May 2006.

Spring Reverb, Intense Situations of Peril (with Shea M. Gauer and Scott A. Peterson), Cal State San Marcos, 7 May 2006.

Thee Dung Mummy Festival, solo set, with Neptunabis, Sumako, Feast, Andorkappen, Amps for Christ, et al., iL Corral, Los Angeles, 18 March 2006.

Otis Speaks, live group improvisation to the 1918 silent film The Blue Bird with Steve Roden, Jeffrey Roden, Kraig Grady, and Jacob Danziger, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, 7 March 2006.

Sounds Around IV, The Dome Room, Long Beach, CA, 10 September 2005.

CTRL+ALT+REPEAT, iL Corral, Los Angeles, CA, 22 July 2005.

Group improvisation, L.A. sound/shift, L.A. Art Fest, ArtsShare Theater, Los Angeles, CA, 5 June 2005.

Conducted soundCommons Orchestra in the performance of my piece "One Two One," so.cal.sonic, The Dome Room, Long Beach, CA, 23 April 2005.

Duo improvisation with John Kannenberg, so.cal.sonic, The Dome Room, Long Beach, CA, 23 April 2005.

SLaB (with G.E. Stinson and Steuart Liebig), so.cal.sonic, Second City Gallery, Long Beach, CA, 21 April 2005.

SoundWalk 2004, The Art Park, East Village Arts District, Long Beach, CA, 21 August 2004.

Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, 19 July 2004.

Cité Universitaire, Paris, France, 24 June 2004.

Tom Krumpak's ART 487, Advanced Painting, CSULB, 16 March 2004.

Conducted Kraig Grady's "Scorchestra" in the performance of two of my works, "Notice: Score for Birds," and "Submersive," The Smell, Los Angeles, CA, 3 January 2004.

Solo set and group improvisations with G.E. Stinson and Steuart Liebig, Quiet, Long Beach, CA, 9 August 2003.

ScopeSound, Standard Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, 19 July 2003.

Trio improvisation with Scott Cornish and Andrew Pompey, Notice, Fendi's Café, Long Beach, CA, 3 July 2003.

Featured solo concert, CPEACH Digital Out Summer Series, Ink People Center for the Arts, Eureka, CA, 26 July 2003.

Solo set and group improvisations with j.frede and Josh Russell, Quiet, Long Beach, CA, 28 June 2003.

Group improvisation , Big Sur Experimental Music Festival (sound/shift format), Big Sur, CA, 31 May 2003.

Field Effects 11, with Thuja and Jim Haynes, 964 Natoma, San Francisco, CA, 24 May 2003.

Solo set and group improvisations with Haco, Quiet American, Marcos Fernandes and Lisle Ellis, Quiet, Long Beach, CA, 10 May 2003.

Solo and group improvisations, Open Loop, Chama, New York City, 26 April 2003.

Solo set and group improvisations with Steve Roden and Jeffrey Roden, Quiet, Long Beach, CA, 12 April 2003.

Project: Structure and Situation, Design Gallery, CSULB, 18 February 2003.

Group improvisation, Sound/Shift Oakland, 21 Grand Gallery, Oakland, CA, 11 January 2003.

Project: Structure and Situation
; Michael Folonis, AIA & Associates; Santa Monica, CA; 12 October 2002.

Project: Structure and Situation
, Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA, 25 September 2002 Sacred Grounds, San Pedro, 13 June 2000.

Slow Moving Vehicle (Glenn Bach, electronics; Matt Pogue, guitar) at Shamballa 3, Costa Mesa, CA, 20 May 2000.

Weekly DJ residence at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, April 1999-April 2000.

Gallery B, CSULB, 27-30 March 2000.

Directed Double Blind Ensemble in the performance of Submersive at Soroptomist House, CSULB, 25 March 2000.

Luminous Flux (Glenn Bach, David Nadal, Matt Pogue) at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 28 October 1999.

Shamballa 2, Costa Mesa, CA, 23 October 1999.

Slow Moving Vehicle with Chris Pogue at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 30 September 1999.

Luminous Flux at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 26 August 1999.

Slow Moving Vehicle with David Nadal at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 29 July 1999.

Shamballa, Costa Mesa, CA, 23 July 1999.

Slow Moving Vehicle with Marcia Marx at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 1 July 1999.

Slow Moving Vehicle with David Nadal at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 24 June 1999.

Slow Moving Vehicle with David Nadal at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 27 May 1999.

Syn.es.the.si.a (with Prophet 5, Of Mexican Descent, Shapeshifters), Hollywood, CA, 15 May 1999.

Political Fringe, Broadlind Hotel, Long Beach, CA, 9 May 1999.

Duo improvisation with David Nadal at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 28 April 1999.

Slow Moving Vehicle at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 21 April 1999.

Duo improvisation with DJ Chowderhead at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 15 April 1999.

Slow Moving Vehicle at Dervish, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 8 April 1999.

Gallery B, CSULB, 4 April 1999.

Slow Moving Vehicle at Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 25 March 1999.

Slow Moving Vehicle on-air performance, KUCI 88.9 FM, Irvine, CA, 25 March 1999.

Solo improvisation, Swanky Tuesdays: Ambience, Tone and Flavor, The Prospector, Long Beach, 21 March 1999.

Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, 11 March 1999.

Slow Moving Vehicle at Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 18 February 1999.

Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 29 January 1999.

Safehouse, The Lafayette (ballroom), Long Beach, CA, 2 October 1998.

Zing Magazine publication reading, Bowlmor Lanes, New York City, April 1997.

Portfolio Coffeehouse, Long Beach, CA, 17 April 1992.


RADIO

Repeat After Me, KUCI 88.9 FM, Irvine, CA (1999-2002)
Repeat After Me
, WBAR, 89.7 FM, Barnard College, NYC (1997)