The Unexplained Sounds Group’s weekly radio show Transmissions from the Bunker airs tonight at 9PM Italian time, 3 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 4 PM Central Daylight Time. This week’s show features music from Christine Webster + Other Matter, I.O.D., Takcharkh, Jeff Gburek, Colossloth, Limen, Nuno Veiga, Hadi Bastani, SHD, and a preview track from the forthcoming album Now/here by Daniel Barbiero & Cristiano Bocci.
TRANSMISSIONS FROM THE BUNKER (+ 40 minutes of Extra Time)
Unexplained Sounds Group Radio
Sunday 29 March 2020. H 9.00 UTC + 1.
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The Recognition Test # 198, curated by Raffaele Pezzella (a.k.a. Sonologyst).
Source: Art + Music + Technology.
Robert Rich is one of my favorite musicians in the world, and I’m always happy for the opportunity to have a chat with him. With his current efforts – working with Paul Schreiber of Synthesis Technology – in developing on a new effects platform, it seemed like a chance to talk to my friend about something that is somewhat different.
In this case, we do get a chance to talk about some music (I’d been dying to ask him about his percussion background), but we quickly move to effects development, and it is pretty fascinating to hear how a musician can have a critical role in the development of something as highly technical as a hardware effects module.
From algorithm ideation to howling filter blowups, we get a great view of being on the inside of working on a development team for a hardware device. This is something that we don’t often hear about, so it was pretty cool to get the blow-by-blow view of the project in action.
Source: Improvised Music Agenda Podcast
Very excited to post this one. One of my all time favourite musicians, Jim Black! Jim is an incredible improvisor and musician, who makes music at the very highest level. The music featured in the podcast are both from releases on the Intakt record label, Malamute and The Constant. Please do go out and buy these albums, they are killer.
Source: The Jazz Session.
Italian cellist Francesco Guerri has a new solo cello album on RareNoise Records called Su Mimmi non si spara! (“Don’t shoot Mimmi!”) In this interview, Guerri talks about the path from improvisation to composition; how a chance meeting brought him back to the cello in a new way; why he wants his music to reflect the truths of life; and more.
Source: extended techniques.
This podcast is a tribute to an award-winning downtown New York free-jazz poet and concert aficionado, Steve Dalachinsky. It features Dalachinsky’s studio and concert recordings with Thurston Moore, Tom Surgal, Vito Ricci, Vernon Reid, Matthew Shipp, Aaron Novik, Please the Trees, Pasquale Cangiano, Asiff Tsahar and Marcos Campello, and an interview with one of his publishers, Matvei Yankelevich.