Posts Tagged: SP

SP* Episode 25: IRREGARDS – with Matmos [podcast]

The long-running electronic duo Matmos have just released a gorgeous new LP, Regards / Ukłony dla Bogusław Schaeffer. Whereas their previous album, 2020’s The Consuming Flame: Open Exercises in Group Form, saw the couple collaging contributions from 99 friends recorded

SP* Episode 25: IRREGARDS – with Matmos [podcast]

The long-running electronic duo Matmos have just released a gorgeous new LP, Regards / Ukłony dla Bogusław Schaeffer. Whereas their previous album, 2020’s The Consuming Flame: Open Exercises in Group Form, saw the couple collaging contributions from 99 friends recorded

SP* Episode 24: KAKAPHONY – with Maria Chavez [podcast]

Maria Chavez is a pioneer of Abstract Turntablism, a self-described practice she developed under the guidance of Pauline Oliveros‘ Deep Listening. Born in Lima, Peru and raised in Houston, she cut her teeth as a DJ spinning techno and drum

SP* Episode 24: KAKAPHONY – with Maria Chavez [podcast]

Maria Chavez is a pioneer of Abstract Turntablism, a self-described practice she developed under the guidance of Pauline Oliveros‘ Deep Listening. Born in Lima, Peru and raised in Houston, she cut her teeth as a DJ spinning techno and drum

SP* Episode 18: INTO THE UNCANNY VALLEY – with Roger Tellier-Craig [podcast]

This episode features a wide-ranging conversation with Montreal’s Roger Tellier-Craig, known for his work with Fly Pan Am, Godspeed, Le Révélateur and others. In 2019, Fly Pan Am released C’est ça, their first record in 15 years, but their 2020

SP* Episode 18: INTO THE UNCANNY VALLEY – with Roger Tellier-Craig [podcast]

This episode features a wide-ranging conversation with Montreal’s Roger Tellier-Craig, known for his work with Fly Pan Am, Godspeed, Le Révélateur and others. In 2019, Fly Pan Am released C’est ça, their first record in 15 years, but their 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 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 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

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

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

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