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about

This program examines language, it's development and origins. It is largely an augmentation of a BBC Program called 'Why Do We Talk', spinning off into collages and other pieces that we are reminded of while watching this program and cultural references in the conversation we wish to capture artistically. Many tracks are free and guest tracks and others created by NCN for this program.

This is the tightened version of the original webcast from 9/26/2010. Does not have verbal back-announcements by Phineas, for one thing.

All material within this program is fragmentary or re-worked, and used fairly for the purpose of criticism and commentary of said material as expressed through its uniquely subjective, re-contextualized, and syntopical arrangement. This program is not for profit and is intended to be heard in its entirety. Please don't sue us.

Download package includes extensive liner notes with source links and also artwork.

This program is meant to be listened to, and taken, as a whole work, artistic in nature. Subsequently, more derivative tracks are not available separately.

All derived and referenced material used herein is meticulously accredited and/or fragmented / transformed / re-contextualized, and/or remixed from its original form, and is used fairly as a cultural reference in the subtext, and artistic narrative, of this unique 'syntopical' arrangement.

Any proceeds from this work are considered donations to express appreciation for, and to help support, the expenses of the project this program is a part of, and the creative work behind it, and is not a prerequisite fee in exchange for content.

Thank you for listening, and thank you for your support.

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released August 13, 2011

Philo Drummond; Divide & Kreate; The Bran Flakes; Pharoahe Monch; DJ M.i.F.; Cracked Pepper; Hello Seahorse!; Pink Floyd Floydhead; The Kleptones; Gadgetto; DJ Lobsterdust; Dr. Waumiau; Mastermix, etc.

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The National Cynical Network San Jose, California

The National Cynical Network (NCN) is a long-running, SF Bay Area alternate programming media remix project. It originally consisted of a trio of SF Bay-Area based radio collage artists: Phineas Narco, Ronald Redball and Alexander T. Newport. NCN seeks to play *with* music , using sound, and video media samples in the process of media collage or 'mediage'. ... more

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