Posts Tagged: interview

Sound Propositions 020: AMULETS

AMULETS is the solo project of Randall Taylor, who produces music via an evolving system of tape loop processing in conjunction with his electric guitar. What began as joke witch house project became more serious once Taylor instrumentalized a TASCAM

Sound Propositions 020: AMULETS

AMULETS is the solo project of Randall Taylor, who produces music via an evolving system of tape loop processing in conjunction with his electric guitar. What began as joke witch house project became more serious once Taylor instrumentalized a TASCAM

Franco Battiato: all the records and all the songs [Interview with Fabio Zuffanti]

In recent years, audiences in the United States have finally been discovering the Italian artist Franco Battiato. Battiato’s reputation has grown in part due to Superior Viaduct re-releasing four of his classic albums from the early 1970s on vinyl there

Franco Battiato: all the records and all the songs [Interview with Fabio Zuffanti]

In recent years, audiences in the United States have finally been discovering the Italian artist Franco Battiato. Battiato’s reputation has grown in part due to Superior Viaduct re-releasing four of his classic albums from the early 1970s on vinyl there

No Chance to Get Lost: An Interview with Mukqs

Over the course March and April of this year, the Chicago-based experimentalist Mukqs released a series of EPs that showcase a wide diversity of approaches to electronics, each album coming to develop a life of its own. Given the project’s

No Chance to Get Lost: An Interview with Mukqs

Over the course March and April of this year, the Chicago-based experimentalist Mukqs released a series of EPs that showcase a wide diversity of approaches to electronics, each album coming to develop a life of its own. Given the project’s

BABEL ~ Thirteen Exquisite Corpses

“Consequences” is a great rainy-day game I remember playing with my grandparents. Following the same narrative formula, each person writes one line of a story, before passing the folded paper to their neighbour. The end result is an absurdist, comical

BABEL ~ Thirteen Exquisite Corpses

“Consequences” is a great rainy-day game I remember playing with my grandparents. Following the same narrative formula, each person writes one line of a story, before passing the folded paper to their neighbour. The end result is an absurdist, comical

Sound Propositions 016: Félicia Atkinson

It is an honor to present this extended conversation with Félicia Atkinson, whose latest record, The Flower and The Vessel, has just been released on Shelter Press. We discuss her multifaceted art practices, her musical formation, the importance of running

Sound Propositions 016: Félicia Atkinson

It is an honor to present this extended conversation with Félicia Atkinson, whose latest record, The Flower and The Vessel, has just been released on Shelter Press. We discuss her multifaceted art practices, her musical formation, the importance of running

Interview: Francisco Lopez

  This short interview took place just before the start of the 2012 edition of the AKOUSMA festival of electroacoustic music in Montreal.  I hoped it would give added context to the performance, and indeed it did.  My review of

Interview: Francisco Lopez

  This short interview took place just before the start of the 2012 edition of the AKOUSMA festival of electroacoustic music in Montreal.  I hoped it would give added context to the performance, and indeed it did.  My review of

Sound Propositions 01: Machinefabriek

Joseph Sannicandro interviews Rutger Zuydervelt, aka Machinefabriek, in the first installment of an ongoing series exploring the creative process and a non-fetishization of equipment. “A rather poor instrument,… but how wonderfully they use it.” In this quote, James Joyce is

Sound Propositions 01: Machinefabriek

Joseph Sannicandro interviews Rutger Zuydervelt, aka Machinefabriek, in the first installment of an ongoing series exploring the creative process and a non-fetishization of equipment. “A rather poor instrument,… but how wonderfully they use it.” In this quote, James Joyce is