Posts Tagged: jazz

SP* Episode 2: DANCING ON THE HYPHEN – with Phillip Johnston

Phillip Johnston moved to Australia over a decade ago, but NYC still feels like his home turf. We were both back in town last November for Thanksgiving, and we met to discuss memory, music, media, the (not-so-silent) history of silent

SP* Episode 2: DANCING ON THE HYPHEN – with Phillip Johnston

Phillip Johnston moved to Australia over a decade ago, but NYC still feels like his home turf. We were both back in town last November for Thanksgiving, and we met to discuss memory, music, media, the (not-so-silent) history of silent

LCNL 084: Velleitie presents ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’

Straight out the American Midwest, this mix comes courtesy of Velleitie. A direct sonic challenge to rising nationalism, ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’ is out to open minds through a clash of sound cultures. No sonic walls, no sonic borders

LCNL 084: Velleitie presents ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’

Straight out the American Midwest, this mix comes courtesy of Velleitie. A direct sonic challenge to rising nationalism, ‘Felt Like Dusk All Day’ is out to open minds through a clash of sound cultures. No sonic walls, no sonic borders

Premiere: Ras Moshe + Stefan Christoff // Rêves Sonores à Alwan

A CLOSER LISTEN is proud to premiere the latest tape from Howl! Arts, featuring duets between Ras Moshe and Stefan Christoff, with reimaginings by Nick Schofield. The A-side of the tape was recorded at Alwan Centre for the Arts early

Premiere: Ras Moshe + Stefan Christoff // Rêves Sonores à Alwan

A CLOSER LISTEN is proud to premiere the latest tape from Howl! Arts, featuring duets between Ras Moshe and Stefan Christoff, with reimaginings by Nick Schofield. The A-side of the tape was recorded at Alwan Centre for the Arts early

LCNL 069: Morgen Wurde presents Sturm

Wolfgang Röttger is Morgen Wurde, an atmospheric electro-acoustic project using trumpet and electronic sounds and processing to create a new form of lyricism and haunting soundscapes. Coming from Kiel, Germany on the Baltic Sea, a port city between Hamburg and

LCNL 069: Morgen Wurde presents Sturm

Wolfgang Röttger is Morgen Wurde, an atmospheric electro-acoustic project using trumpet and electronic sounds and processing to create a new form of lyricism and haunting soundscapes. Coming from Kiel, Germany on the Baltic Sea, a port city between Hamburg and

Brahja Waldman’s Quintet ~ Sir Real Live at Résonance

    An accomplished musician and composer, Brahja Waldman  has made Montreal his home for over a decade now.  In addition to his Quartet/Quintet,  he also leads Friends of Freedom, contributes sax to Sam Shalabi’s Land of Kush and Simon

Brahja Waldman’s Quintet ~ Sir Real Live at Résonance

    An accomplished musician and composer, Brahja Waldman  has made Montreal his home for over a decade now.  In addition to his Quartet/Quintet,  he also leads Friends of Freedom, contributes sax to Sam Shalabi’s Land of Kush and Simon

LCNL 051: Beachers mix

  Did you have time to process The Long Now? If you missed our crazy 9 hour long 50th installment, go check it out and let it play while you get your Zs or while doing your chores.    Now we’re

LCNL 051: Beachers mix

  Did you have time to process The Long Now? If you missed our crazy 9 hour long 50th installment, go check it out and let it play while you get your Zs or while doing your chores.    Now we’re

The Problem with “My Husband’s Stupid Record Collection”

   “It would be a lowly art that allows itself to be understood all at once, whose apex can be observed by the newly initiated.” – Goethe   There’s a lot to like about My Husband’s Stupid Record Collection, a

The Problem with “My Husband’s Stupid Record Collection”

   “It would be a lowly art that allows itself to be understood all at once, whose apex can be observed by the newly initiated.” – Goethe   There’s a lot to like about My Husband’s Stupid Record Collection, a