Category Archives: Mixes

SP* Episode 17: BEFORE THE INTERNET – with Geng PTP [podcast]

It’s been a tough year for New York. This episode we check in with Geng, the man behind one of our favorite labels, Purple Tape Pedigree, and see how these fine “purveyors of weaponized media and information” are handling the

SP* Episode 17: BEFORE THE INTERNET – with Geng PTP [podcast]

It’s been a tough year for New York. This episode we check in with Geng, the man behind one of our favorite labels, Purple Tape Pedigree, and see how these fine “purveyors of weaponized media and information” are handling the

Phillipe Requena presents ‘Paysages, encore’ [mix]

We have another special guest mix from Philippe Requena. We have previous featured two mixes from him, Venant le jour and Water Be My Road Now. As on those mixes, Requena moves in a post-genre sonic world, drawing unexpected connections

Phillipe Requena presents ‘Paysages, encore’ [mix]

We have another special guest mix from Philippe Requena. We have previous featured two mixes from him, Venant le jour and Water Be My Road Now. As on those mixes, Requena moves in a post-genre sonic world, drawing unexpected connections

SP* Episode 16: FREEDOM TO DESTROY – with Esther B. [podcast]

Esther Bourdages is an art critic, radio journalist, independent curator, and musician based in Montréal. She is an improviser of extraordinary sensitivity, bringing a playfulness to her tactile manipulation of vinyl records, sometimes outright mishandling them. This freedom to destroy

SP* Episode 16: FREEDOM TO DESTROY – with Esther B. [podcast]

Esther Bourdages is an art critic, radio journalist, independent curator, and musician based in Montréal. She is an improviser of extraordinary sensitivity, bringing a playfulness to her tactile manipulation of vinyl records, sometimes outright mishandling them. This freedom to destroy

Jeremy Young presents ‘Je Suis Mon Absence.’ [mix]

Jeremy Young recently released Filaments on Eliane Tapes, Moving Furniture’s sporadic series of work inspired by the remarkable French composer Éliane Radigue. The series was inaugurated with a release by Kassel Jaeger back in early 2018, and after a long

Jeremy Young presents ‘Je Suis Mon Absence.’ [mix]

Jeremy Young recently released Filaments on Eliane Tapes, Moving Furniture’s sporadic series of work inspired by the remarkable French composer Éliane Radigue. The series was inaugurated with a release by Kassel Jaeger back in early 2018, and after a long

Qualchan. presents ‘a mix of inspiration.’ [mix]

About this time last year, we shared a mix by Whettman Chelmets, whose most recent tape had made a big impression on us. Whettman Chelmets recently collaborated with Qualchan. on Theme∞Variations for Æscape Sounds, and so it felt like a

Qualchan. presents ‘a mix of inspiration.’ [mix]

About this time last year, we shared a mix by Whettman Chelmets, whose most recent tape had made a big impression on us. Whettman Chelmets recently collaborated with Qualchan. on Theme∞Variations for Æscape Sounds, and so it felt like a

SP* Episode 14: LISTENING THROUGH MIMAROĞLU – with Serdar Kökçeoğlu [podcast]

We sit down with director Serdar Kökçeoğlu in Istanbul to discuss the 2013 Gezi Park protests, how the sounds of the city have inspired his work as a film maker, and how composer İlhan Mimaroglu was inspired by the activism

SP* Episode 14: LISTENING THROUGH MIMAROĞLU – with Serdar Kökçeoğlu [podcast]

We sit down with director Serdar Kökçeoğlu in Istanbul to discuss the 2013 Gezi Park protests, how the sounds of the city have inspired his work as a film maker, and how composer İlhan Mimaroglu was inspired by the activism

SP* Episode 13: OUTSIDE THE BOX – with Die Schachtel [podcast]

The podcast returns with an episode dedicated to Italy’s Die Schachtel label. Bruno Stucchi, graphic designer and co-founder of the Die Schachtel reflects upon the evolution of the label, the suppressed history of Italian experimental music, and the continued importance of big ideas.

SP* Episode 13: OUTSIDE THE BOX – with Die Schachtel [podcast]

The podcast returns with an episode dedicated to Italy’s Die Schachtel label. Bruno Stucchi, graphic designer and co-founder of the Die Schachtel reflects upon the evolution of the label, the suppressed history of Italian experimental music, and the continued importance of big ideas.

[Useless Sounds]

[Useless Sounds]  began as low-profile way to share short unprocessed field-recordings while I was living in Napoli, in the south of Italy. After returning to Montreal for the holidays in 2018 and doing some performances using some of my recent

[Useless Sounds]

[Useless Sounds]  began as low-profile way to share short unprocessed field-recordings while I was living in Napoli, in the south of Italy. After returning to Montreal for the holidays in 2018 and doing some performances using some of my recent