Posts Tagged: Joseph Sannicandro

SP* Episode 9: WHO CARES IF YOU DEEP LISTEN? – with Longform Editions [podcast]

Andrew Khedoori of the Preservation label talks about his latest series, Longform Editions, featuring compositions designed to encourage deep listening. Very much organized against the prevailing streaming ecosystem which encourages short tracks and distracted listening, Longform Editions has released 32

SP* Episode 9: WHO CARES IF YOU DEEP LISTEN? – with Longform Editions [podcast]

Andrew Khedoori of the Preservation label talks about his latest series, Longform Editions, featuring compositions designed to encourage deep listening. Very much organized against the prevailing streaming ecosystem which encourages short tracks and distracted listening, Longform Editions has released 32

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

Tim Hecker ~ Anoyo

Anoyo, which means “the world over there,” is the counterpart to last year’s glorious Konoyo, or “the world over here.” While the two are certainly closely related, both built around the prominent contributions of members of Tokyo Gakuso, it would

Tim Hecker ~ Anoyo

Anoyo, which means “the world over there,” is the counterpart to last year’s glorious Konoyo, or “the world over here.” While the two are certainly closely related, both built around the prominent contributions of members of Tokyo Gakuso, it would

SP* Episode 7: IN THE SOUTH – with Mai Mai Mai

This episode features a deep conversation with Toni Cutrone (best known as Mai Mai Mai) delving into all the various facets of his career. On the occasion of the release of his latest LP, Nel Sud, we met to discuss

SP* Episode 7: IN THE SOUTH – with Mai Mai Mai

This episode features a deep conversation with Toni Cutrone (best known as Mai Mai Mai) delving into all the various facets of his career. On the occasion of the release of his latest LP, Nel Sud, we met to discuss

SP* Episode 6: MUSIC SELDOM HEARD – with SEC_

MUSIC SELDOM HEARD explores the intersection of the production and dissemination of music, probing questions of media, form, and feedback from the perspective of a musician and organizer. Earlier this month I attended the final event of the third edition

SP* Episode 6: MUSIC SELDOM HEARD – with SEC_

MUSIC SELDOM HEARD explores the intersection of the production and dissemination of music, probing questions of media, form, and feedback from the perspective of a musician and organizer. Earlier this month I attended the final event of the third edition

Luca Sigurtà ~ Goddess / Junkie Flamingos ~ Lemegeton Party

While it is now known as the era of “silent film,” the early decades of cinema were actually almost always accompanied by live music. Nonetheless, the art form was forever changed by the introduction of synchronized sound and dialogue. Fritz

Luca Sigurtà ~ Goddess / Junkie Flamingos ~ Lemegeton Party

While it is now known as the era of “silent film,” the early decades of cinema were actually almost always accompanied by live music. Nonetheless, the art form was forever changed by the introduction of synchronized sound and dialogue. Fritz

Fabio Perletta ~ Hesitant / Giovanni Lami & Glauco Salvo ~ Ife

These Dinzu tapes may be sold out, but they are still worth your time: subtle electronics, minimal formal constructions, and attentive material transformations from three of Italy’s most interesting musicians. As a small run tape label, Dinzu also gives these

Fabio Perletta ~ Hesitant / Giovanni Lami & Glauco Salvo ~ Ife

These Dinzu tapes may be sold out, but they are still worth your time: subtle electronics, minimal formal constructions, and attentive material transformations from three of Italy’s most interesting musicians. As a small run tape label, Dinzu also gives these