Posts Tagged: Joseph Sannicandro

SP* Episode 4: GOING HOME AGAIN – with Forest Management [podcast]

This episode features John Daniel, a Chicago-based musician best known for his ambient solo project, Forest Management. I caught up with him via Skype from his childhood home in Cleveland over the holidays. We discuss his latest LP Passageways (which

SP* Episode 4: GOING HOME AGAIN – with Forest Management [podcast]

This episode features John Daniel, a Chicago-based musician best known for his ambient solo project, Forest Management. I caught up with him via Skype from his childhood home in Cleveland over the holidays. We discuss his latest LP Passageways (which

SP* Episode 3: ROBOT, TEACH US TO GROOVE – with Efraín Rozas [podcast]

This one goes places. (Headphone-listening recommended) While in New York, I was lucky enough to witness the psychedelic salsa group La Mecánica Popular break it down at Nublu in Alphabet City, on a terribly rainy day that was warmed up

SP* Episode 3: ROBOT, TEACH US TO GROOVE – with Efraín Rozas [podcast]

This one goes places. (Headphone-listening recommended) While in New York, I was lucky enough to witness the psychedelic salsa group La Mecánica Popular break it down at Nublu in Alphabet City, on a terribly rainy day that was warmed up

Inverted Microphones: Giovanni Lami’s Tapeocracy #2

The second installment in a new quarterly series dedicated to field recording and inspired by our love of tape culture.  (Check out the first installment, with a long preamble from me, here.) This time it’s winter, and Gio’s live mix

Inverted Microphones: Giovanni Lami’s Tapeocracy #2

The second installment in a new quarterly series dedicated to field recording and inspired by our love of tape culture.  (Check out the first installment, with a long preamble from me, here.) This time it’s winter, and Gio’s live mix

SP* Episode 1: (PRESENCE, or ) A METAPHYSICS OF ABSENCE – with Resina & Lea Bertucci [podcast]

Sound Propositions the podcast has the same mission statement as the written Sound Propositions features: to share in depth discussions with artists whose work we love, to delve into the details of their creative practice. The inaugural episode of our

SP* Episode 1: (PRESENCE, or ) A METAPHYSICS OF ABSENCE – with Resina & Lea Bertucci [podcast]

Sound Propositions the podcast has the same mission statement as the written Sound Propositions features: to share in depth discussions with artists whose work we love, to delve into the details of their creative practice. The inaugural episode of our

Sound Propositions: Rutger Zuydervelt

Machinefabriek ~ Sahara Mixtape Machinefabriek ~ With Voices Rutger Zuydervelt / Gareth Davis ~ Sileen II These three new works from Rutger Zuydervelt (better known as Machinefabriek) are each so singular, so utterly distinct from one another while retaining the

Sound Propositions: Rutger Zuydervelt

Machinefabriek ~ Sahara Mixtape Machinefabriek ~ With Voices Rutger Zuydervelt / Gareth Davis ~ Sileen II These three new works from Rutger Zuydervelt (better known as Machinefabriek) are each so singular, so utterly distinct from one another while retaining the

Joseph Sannicandro presents “ma(d)re nostrx ii” [mix]

Live sound mix by sound artist Joseph Sannicandro for Free City Radio with Stefan Christoff, mixed live on radio CKUT in Montreal, 26 December 2018.   This mix was presented live on CKUT for Free City Radio the day after

Joseph Sannicandro presents “ma(d)re nostrx ii” [mix]

Live sound mix by sound artist Joseph Sannicandro for Free City Radio with Stefan Christoff, mixed live on radio CKUT in Montreal, 26 December 2018.   This mix was presented live on CKUT for Free City Radio the day after

ACL 2018: Sound Propositions

Piano piano. This Italian expression, meaning “slowly”, is a good summation of my year. If I wasn’t working slow enough already, then spending three months in Italy certainly didn’t inspire me to move any faster. 2018 was an unusual year for

ACL 2018: Sound Propositions

Piano piano. This Italian expression, meaning “slowly”, is a good summation of my year. If I wasn’t working slow enough already, then spending three months in Italy certainly didn’t inspire me to move any faster. 2018 was an unusual year for