Posts Tagged: radio

SP* Episode 22: SHUT UP AND LISTEN! – with The World According to Sound [podcast]

We kick off season 3 with an interview with the creators behind The World According To Sound, in honor of their 2022 Winter Listening Series. A streaming concert series designed for our times, each event is dedicated to listening closely

SP* Episode 22: SHUT UP AND LISTEN! – with The World According to Sound [podcast]

We kick off season 3 with an interview with the creators behind The World According To Sound, in honor of their 2022 Winter Listening Series. A streaming concert series designed for our times, each event is dedicated to listening closely

Premiere: Tamara Filyavich ~ return fire

A CLOSER LISTEN is honored to present the online premiere of Tamara Filyavich’s return fire. Tamara Filyavich presents return fire, a soundscape of analogue synthesizer, radio transmission and digital manipulation channeling the events of the Ukrainian revolution of 2013-2014. Filyavich

Premiere: Tamara Filyavich ~ return fire

A CLOSER LISTEN is honored to present the online premiere of Tamara Filyavich’s return fire. Tamara Filyavich presents return fire, a soundscape of analogue synthesizer, radio transmission and digital manipulation channeling the events of the Ukrainian revolution of 2013-2014. Filyavich

Everything is Real Radio: Minoy (audio)

  Before we launch our end of year lists, I wanted to be sure to share this recent broadcast of Everything is Real Radio.  Hosted by Sam Sebren, this edition features the music of the late Minóy.  Born Stanley Keith Bowsza

Everything is Real Radio: Minoy (audio)

  Before we launch our end of year lists, I wanted to be sure to share this recent broadcast of Everything is Real Radio.  Hosted by Sam Sebren, this edition features the music of the late Minóy.  Born Stanley Keith Bowsza

RADIOFONICA – Nov. 6/7/8/9 (free exhibition and live streaming)

  How quickly we forget. How quickly we are to believe our present moment is new, different, incommensurable with the past.  This is especially true in our fetishization of new technologies, as even a cursory glance at the recent literature

RADIOFONICA – Nov. 6/7/8/9 (free exhibition and live streaming)

  How quickly we forget. How quickly we are to believe our present moment is new, different, incommensurable with the past.  This is especially true in our fetishization of new technologies, as even a cursory glance at the recent literature