I don't know who Ken (or Joe) is, but he makes some mad audio creations, or "mixes," as they are sometimes called in the biz.
I'm also not sure where I first heard about Ken, or which show it was that I heard first, but he's got some cool "collages," if you're into random shit all thrown together.
Ken has apparently been broadcasting a radio show called Ken's Last Ever Extravaganza
for the past 15+ years on free-form radio station WFMU
in New York.
Self described as a "live improvised sound collage experiment," or more fully, "free-format radio bliss, with noises, feelings, sounds, backwards, forwards, approaching or receding from a black hole, sometimes inaudible to the human ear," Ken's shows include classical music, movie outtakes, zoo sounds, traffic, Hanson, and Radiohead.
There's a lot of backmasking, altered tempo, and looping, such as when he turned 45 seconds of the Polyphonic Spree
into 31 minutes, or, more famously, a few snippets of MmmBop
into 11 minutes of annoyingly wonderful rubbish.
I don't quite know what the hell is going on with Ken's Last Ever Extravaganza, but I like it. Many of his old shows are available for download, but because of the length (usually 1 hour, but up to 3-6 hours), I usually opt for the streaming option. Enjoy. I sure do.