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Dan Deacon hacks your phone, Charles Rammelkamp’s ‘Fusen Bakudan,’ Michael Taft deciphers the blues, and Matthew Byars almost joins The Orioles
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September 7 & 8, 2012, on The Signal:
Caution, hipsters: Dan Deacon will hypnotize your phones! Baltimore’s renowned electronic musician has created a smart-phone app that literally puts a concert light-show in the hands of his audience. We’ll talk with Deacon about the app’s potential to foster a different kind of ‘social network’
Charles Rammelkamp discusses his book, Fusen Bakudan, a meditation on war’s collateral damage and the hope and forgiveness that survive in its wake.
Plus, deciphering the blues: Michael Taft shares what he’s learned from analyzing the lyrics of hundreds of American blues songs.
And in the ‘close-but-no-cigar’ department: The story of how Matthew Byars almost became the Oriole’s new PA announcer.