Posts Tagged: Sound Propositions

Sound Propositions 019: KMRU

Joseph Kamaru aka KMRU is a young artist from Nairobi, Kenya who has cultivated a unique sound utilizing field-recordings as compositional aids. While his bandcamp and soundcloud have been home to prolific self-released work over the last few years, 2020

Sound Propositions 019: KMRU

Joseph Kamaru aka KMRU is a young artist from Nairobi, Kenya who has cultivated a unique sound utilizing field-recordings as compositional aids. While his bandcamp and soundcloud have been home to prolific self-released work over the last few years, 2020

Sound Propositions 018: Ahnnu

Leland Jackson has spent the last decade juggling two monikers, but there are many more than two sides to his music. Jackson grew up in Japan, where his father was stationed in the Air Force, before moving back to the

Sound Propositions 018: Ahnnu

Leland Jackson has spent the last decade juggling two monikers, but there are many more than two sides to his music. Jackson grew up in Japan, where his father was stationed in the Air Force, before moving back to the

ACL 2019: Sound Propositions

We’re well into 2020 by now, but I’m still thinking about 2019. I always wait until the new year to reflect on the last, but this one is late even for me. And I haven’t even made any end of

ACL 2019: Sound Propositions

We’re well into 2020 by now, but I’m still thinking about 2019. I always wait until the new year to reflect on the last, but this one is late even for me. And I haven’t even made any end of

Sound Propositions podcast [Season One]

2019 saw the release of season one of the Sound Propositions podcast, fusing narrative interviews with music, field-recording, and sound design. We will return for a second season beginning in the Spring of 2020.   Sound Propositions the podcast has

Sound Propositions podcast [Season One]

2019 saw the release of season one of the Sound Propositions podcast, fusing narrative interviews with music, field-recording, and sound design. We will return for a second season beginning in the Spring of 2020.   Sound Propositions the podcast has

Sound Propositions 017: Gonçalo F Cardoso (Gonzo)

Discrepant label boss Gonçalo F Cardoso explores the noise(s) of his homeland Portugal on Ruído(s), his final work under the Gonzo moniker. One part sonic capriccio, one part subjective dream journal, Ruído(s) is a fitting farewell to Gonzo’s roving audio

Sound Propositions 017: Gonçalo F Cardoso (Gonzo)

Discrepant label boss Gonçalo F Cardoso explores the noise(s) of his homeland Portugal on Ruído(s), his final work under the Gonzo moniker. One part sonic capriccio, one part subjective dream journal, Ruído(s) is a fitting farewell to Gonzo’s roving audio

SP* Episode 12: MAKING YOURSELF DISAPPEAR – with Alvin Curran [podcast]

And now for the big finale. Alvin Curran has been at the forefront of challenging musical convention for over half a century. His work has pushed back against the institutional stranglehold on culture, encouraging anybody to make music, anywhere and

SP* Episode 12: MAKING YOURSELF DISAPPEAR – with Alvin Curran [podcast]

And now for the big finale. Alvin Curran has been at the forefront of challenging musical convention for over half a century. His work has pushed back against the institutional stranglehold on culture, encouraging anybody to make music, anywhere and

Ten Years of The Tapeworm

This year marks the tenth anniversary of The Tapeworm, the London-based cassette-only label founded by Philip Marshall. In the years since, the label has branched out into The Wormhole, an avenue for experiments with non-tape formats, and The Bookworm, their

Ten Years of The Tapeworm

This year marks the tenth anniversary of The Tapeworm, the London-based cassette-only label founded by Philip Marshall. In the years since, the label has branched out into The Wormhole, an avenue for experiments with non-tape formats, and The Bookworm, their

SP* Episode 11: RURAL FUTURISM – with Beatrice Ferrara & Leandro Pisano [podcast]

The Liminaria festival ran for five editions between 2014 and 2018, culminating with a collateral event in Palermo as part of Manifesta 12 (the nomadic European biennial).  Based in the rural territory of Fortore, the frontier between the three regions

SP* Episode 11: RURAL FUTURISM – with Beatrice Ferrara & Leandro Pisano [podcast]

The Liminaria festival ran for five editions between 2014 and 2018, culminating with a collateral event in Palermo as part of Manifesta 12 (the nomadic European biennial).  Based in the rural territory of Fortore, the frontier between the three regions