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Sound Propositions features conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Each episode combines interviews with music, field-recordings, and experimental sound design. For fans of experimental music, field-recording, drone, electro-acoustic, ambient, modern composition, and other contemporary electronic music genres. joseph@ac ...
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Having first captured our attention with Monolithic Nuance (2018) for Longform Editions, Megan Mitchell’s Cruel Diagonals has continued to impress with each new work. With Fractured Whole, she set herself the task of producing an album using nothing but her voice as raw material. While she deserves recognition as a gifted vocalist, she deserves at …
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Ukrainian Field Notes - 17 January 2024 - with ummsbiaus and Difference Machine Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re tracklist: ummsbiaus and Difference Machine: торований шлях ummsbiaus: Lichylnyk Difference Machine: боротьба за вбивство / боротьба за виживання ummsbiaus and Difference Machine: коло зачароване ummsbiaus: Hypnagogia --- Su…
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Ukrainian Field Notes - 15 November 2023 Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re Tracklist: Andriy Kiritchenko - Eyes of Exiles Roman Khropko - Kyiv 17.04.22 Roman Khropko - The Moment Of Unity (Sympathetic Mix) Myroslav Protsan - Ravens On The Cemetery Myroslav Protsan - Very Old Piano Improvisations Anthony Junkoid - Drum Vision Nightcourie…
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Patrick Nickleson is the author of The Names of Minimalism: Authorship, Art, Music, and Historiography in Dispute, an academic study that radically reconsiders the origins and boundaries of musical minimalism. Uninterested in searching for the earliest work of musical minimalism, or even in doing the admittedly necessary work of expanding the canon…
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Ukrainian Field Notes - 18 October 2023 - with Igor Yalivec, Revshark, Waveskania, Difference Machine, Natalia Tsupryk, YLOI and Andrii Kunin Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re Tracklist: Gamardah Fungus - Vega Revshark - Restricted Areas Waveskania - Essential Difference Machine - Повідь Natalia Tsupryk - beyond the cemetery wall YLOI -…
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Episode 12 - with Nastia and Vlad Fisun Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re Nastia and Vlad Fisun talk about the burgeoning electronic scene in Ukraine, toxic behaviour and Ukrainian Identity. TRACKLIST DZ'OB - Sometimes Everything Is Wrong (S.Tolkachev re-imagining) Louwave and Splinter (UA) - Baby Let's Vibe Polygrim - Klang Koloah - Aw…
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Andrea Belfi discusses his latest album, Eternally Frozen, a canon-based composition for percussion, electronics, and brass ensemble. Inspired by a visit to LA’s Museum of Jurassic Technology, Belfi draws upon the story of Deprong Mori, a mythological bat that could use its powers of echolocation to phase through solid matter, before being captured…
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Episode 11 - with Katia Stieber and Kadiristy from Regular Disco @stieber_k @kadiristy Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re TRACKLIST Misha Tsiganoff (intro) Lobanov K. - Bios Recall 58918012 - Minimal Friction (excerpt - background) Yaroslav M - Pog (Victor B. Remix) 58918012 - Minimal Friction (excerpt - background) Clasps - Ex Voto 5891…
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Happy (very belated) birthday to us! Back in February of 2022 we celebrated the tenth anniversary of our blog. To celebrate, in this episode, we pull the curtain back a bit to talk with ten of the writers who have contributed to A CLOSER LISTEN since we began over a decade ago. Utilizing my idiosyncratic editing skills, I’ve conjured a virtual roun…
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Episode 10, Ukrainian Field Notes - 21 June 2023 - with Mykyta Moiseiev and Maryana Klochko Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re TRACKLIST Mykyta Moiseiev featuring Maryana Klochko - Intro (from Falling OST) Maryana Klochko - оченька мої чорні Mykyta Moiseiev - Твій дім Mykyta Moiseiev – One Day in Ukraine OST trailer Mykyta Moiseiev - I’…
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Episode 9 Ukrainian Field Notes - 17 May 2023 - with Alexander Pavlenko (⁠Sunchase / Na Nich⁠) and ⁠Vera Logdanidi⁠ Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re ⁠Alexander Pavlenko and Vera Logdanidi talk about the first days of the full-scale invasion, the Ukrainian electronic scene and touring. TRACKLIST Misha Ziganoff (intro) Sunchase – "Step O…
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Episode 8 Ukrainian Field Notes - 19 April 2023 - with Alexander Stratonov Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re Alexander Stratonov talks about working for Ukrainian state television Suspilne and scoring documentaries about war crimes. TRACKLIST Alexander Stratonov - "Before the Storm" (from Bucha 22 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RXf6…
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Episode 7 of Ukrainian Field Notes with Asyncronous live on ResonanceFM Wed 15 March at 5.30 pm (GMT) repeated Sunday 19 March at 11am. Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re Oleksii and Bohdan talk about their collaborative project as Asyncronous and about life in Kyiv one year on from the full-scale Russian invasion of February 24, 2022. T…
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This episode features Giuseppe Esposito, a Neapolitan musician who runs the tape label Archivio Diafònico, an operation that mostly documents artists who are based in Napoli. The chaotic and bustling capital of the South of Italy undeservedly gets a bad reputation, and the city has a vibrant cultural scene and rich history that is sorely underappre…
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Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re Heinali talks about the making of his album Kyiv Eternal out on February 24, 2023 on the anniversary of the Russian full-scale invasion. Tracklist: Lugovsky - Sirens of Kyiv Heinali - Rare Birds / Field Recordings (unreleased) Heinali - Shulyavka / Field Recordings (unreleased) Sound Weekends - Tram 12 …
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Last fall I shared the first episode of Sounding the Housing Crisis, a bilingual (French/English) podcast by a collective of Montreal sound artists and tenants. I co-produced the eight episode series with Hubert Gendron-Blais, organizing and editing the contributions from each member of the collective. The project was partially inspired by the “mil…
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Gianmarco Del Re presents the fifth episode of the Ukrainian Field Notes podcast, broadcast on Resonance FM on Wednesday 18 January 2023 at 5:30 pm GMT and repeated on Sunday 22 January at 11 am GMT. Tracklist Mauser - Тривога Distortion (UA) - Bullet Seeds Kurs Valüt - Rozklad Ruhu Peredmova - Слонова Кістка Limanenko - Strange Gift Hanna Svirska …
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I made this sound collage in early 2013, nearly a decade ago now, and listening back to it recently I can hear the early seeds of techniques I use in Sound Propositions. My friend Ian Stone Grey was producing a beautiful audio series called Portmanteau at that time, and he included a piano composition of mine in one episode. I was inspired to creat…
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Jessica Moss has just released Galaxy Heart, a surprising collection of ten songs that form a companion to last year’s Phosphenes. The Montréal-based composer, violinist, and vocalist recorded the material for both records (and more) during the peak of early pandemic lockdown, allowing her songcraft to take new forms, as well as welcoming collabora…
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Gianmarco Del Re presents the fourth episode of the Ukrainian Field Notes podcast, broadcast on Resonance FM Wednesday 16 November 5.30-6.30 pm GMT and repeated on Sunday 20 November at 11am GMT. DJ, sound producer, composer and podcaster Nina Eba discusses life in Poland, Germany and France after fleeing Kyiv following the full-scale invasion of F…
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Kranky co-founder Bruce Adams sits down to discuss his new book,You're With Stupid: kranky, Chicago, and the Reinvention of Indie Music. (UTPress) Adams explains the unique conditions that put Chicago at the heart of the ‘90s indie rock scene, the emergence of the kranky aesthetic, and sings the praises of Labradford. Interview recorded between Urb…
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HAPPY DOOMSDAY RIP Daniel Dumile (July 13, 1971 – October 31, 2020) GENG PTP aka King Vision Ultra memorializes the legacy of the late MF DOOM, who died on Halloween day 2020. GENG shares some memories about NYC hip hop in the 90s, muses on the similarities between KMD and De La, and praises the enduring influence of one of hip hop's greatest artis…
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The first episode of the ‘Réverbérations d’une crise: Sounding the Housing Crisis' podcast, an introductory presentation of the approach underlying the project, with excerpts from different segments that will be presented during the next episodes. /// Premier épisode du balado 'Réverbérations d'une crise: une enquête sonore sur le logement à Montré…
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The third episode of Gianmarco Del Re's Ukrainian Field Notes aired on Wed October 19 on ResonanceFM at5:30pm - 6:30pm GMT. Third episode of the podcast with Odesa based musicians Leonid Zhdanov and Nataly Hrytsenko, aka Casa Ukrania, discussing the current situation in the country in the aftermath of the recent shelling of Ukrainian cities on Mond…
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Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re Second episode of the podcast, with Olesia Onikyienko (NFNR) discussing fundraising and life in Kyiv. Tracklist: Mishka Ziganoff - Oi oi di Koilen hspd - Prayer One Motorpig - Luminous Abyss NFNR - Dice2 Motorpig - Oscillators of Time hspd - Yesnoyes hspd - Crepuscula NFNR - Dog Rose I, Iteration - Home…
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DeForrest Brown, Jr. (aka Speaker Music) is a media-theorist, curator, and self-described rhythmanalyst. While he’s been based in NYC for the better part of the last decade, he was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, which also happens to be where Sun Ra first landed on Earth. Brown’s just-released book, Assembling a Black Counter Culture, trac…
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I'm still swamped with work, especially now that the semester has begun. New episodes will arrive later this fall. Until then, here is another bonus mix. It's probably my favorite mix I've ever done, made for Secret Thirteen, originally published in December 2014. S13 founder Justinas Mikulskis writes: “Secret Thirteen 139” is a picturesque and uni…
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Joseph Sannicandro presents 'dopo il diluvio,' a binaural soundwalk made for headphones, following a specific route through the town of San Martino Valle Caudina (AV). A bandcamp page has been made available for the 2022 edition of Liminaria / Interferenze festivals. Read more at Bandcamp: https://lostchildren.bandcamp.com/album/dopo-il-diluvio Thi…
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Produced for Resonance FM by Gianmarco Del Re with Zavoloka, Burning Woman and Vlad Suppish discussing the aftermath of the Russian invasion of February 24 2022 and issues relating to the sound-centred impact of war. Tracklisting: Mishka Ziganoff - Oi oi di Koilen Cluster Lizard - Music of Creation Troxellemott - TraumaZavoloka - Obriad Vlad Suppis…
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I'm still in rural southern Italy as artist-in-residence, so I haven't had time to finish up the next regular episode of the podcast, which is a tenth anniversary celebration of ACL. But last week I was in Colle Sannita in the province of Benevento, where my paternal grandfather's mother grew up and where her family had deep roots. I conducted a mu…
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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 at 99 bpm, their latest is dedicated to the work of just one person: Polish poly…
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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 & bass, but the male chauvinism of that scene roused her to experiment further with the materiality of vinyl, …
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Patrick Shiroishi is a Japanese-American multi-instrumentalist & composer based in Los Angeles, whose 2021 album Hidemi was one of our favorites of the year. A prolific collaborator, Shiroishi can also be heard in various duos, trios, and larger ensembles, including the quartet Fuubutsushi, another group that has been in steady rotation at ACL. In …
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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 together, apart. If, like us, you’re apprehensive about attending live concerts again, but miss the experience o…
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RIP Daniel Dumile (July 13, 1971 – October 31, 2020) GENG PTP aka King Vision Ultra memorializes the legacy of the late MF DOOM, who died on Halloween day 2020. Geng shares some memories about NYC hip hop in the 90s, muses on the similarities between KMD and De La, and praises the enduring influence of one of hip hop's greatest artists. Read more a…
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It’s been a tough year for New York. This episode we check in with GENG, the man behind one of our favorite labels, Purple Tape Pedigree, and see how these fine “purveyors of weaponized media and information” are handling the pandemic and the uprisings. With live performance no longer an option, the model of mutual support demonstrated by a crew li…
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We have a new bonus episode coming up later this month, but until then check out some past episodes you may have missed. ROBOT, TEACH US TO GROOVE was first published in March 2019. This episode features Efraín Rozas, Peruvian-born, Brooklyn-based performer/composer and robotics/software developer interested in new paradigms of cognitive technologi…
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The podcast is still on hiatus, but here is a plunderphonic radio play originally presented as part of Disinformation Cultures (https://disinformationcultures.net/) On January 6, 2021, Americans learned what Italians have known since the 2001 G8 summit in Genoa: power is not a site to which one can lay siege. It is past time to retire this Medieval…
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DeForrest Brown, Jr. is a media-theorist, curator, and self-described rhythmanalyst. He releases digital audio as Speaker Music and under his own name. While he’s been based in NYC for the better part of the last decade, he was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, which also happens to be where Sun Ra first landed on Earth. Brown’s upcoming book…
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Max Alper is best known for La Meme Young, his popular Instagram account turning niche experimental music jokes into dank memes. But a deep interest in music pedagogy is at the heart of everything Alper does, including his non-profit Sonic Arts For All!, an organization that puts music technology directly into the hands of K-12 and special needs st…
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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 tour plans were derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Tellier-Craig discusses his fascination with music as …
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It’s been a tough year for New York. This episode we check in with Geng, the man behind one of our favorite labels, Purple Tape Pedigree, and see how these fine “purveyors of weaponized media and information” are handling the pandemic and the uprisings. With live performance no longer an option, the model of mutual support demonstrated by a crew li…
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Esther Bourdages is an art critic, radio journalist, independent curator, and musician based in Montréal. She is an improviser of extraordinary sensitivity, bringing a playfulness to her tactile manipulation of vinyl records, sometimes outright mishandling them. This freedom to destroy is indicative of a resistance to structure and formalism, but E…
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Dedicated to George Floyd .... I. every precinct an autozone II. a new world from the ashes of the old III. fuck12 IV. minnesota nice V. this aint a riot VI. 8'46" ---- I lived in South Minneapolis for 4 years, most of that time in an apartment building on Chicago Avenue and 39th St, just a block from the intersection where police murdered George F…
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Kassel Jaeger, once little more than a mysterious German moniker producing captivating music for our favorite boutique labels, has since been revealed to be François J. Bonnet, composer, philosopher, and now director Ina-GRM, France’s legendary center for electroacoustic research. No longer shrouded in mystery, his prolific output has lost none of …
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We sit down with director Serdar Kökçeoğlu in Istanbul to discuss the 2013 Gezi Park protests, how the sounds of the city have inspired his work as a film maker, and how composer İlhan Mimaroglu was inspired by the activism of his wife, Güngör. Kökçeoğlu has recently completed his first full-length feature film, Mimaroğlu. Going beyond a biography …
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This mix accompanies the LISTENING THROUGH MIMAROĞLU episode, featuring director Serdar Kökçeoğlu discussing his work and the Mimaroglu project in particular. I originally had in mind a second episode with interviews with other musicians I met while in Istanbul, but for a variety of reasons not everyone was comfortable speaking for audio, or we wer…
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After a longer delay than intended, the Sound Propositions podcast is back. I’m very pleased to finally share this conversation with Bruno Stucchi, graphic designer and co-founder of the Die Schachtel label. Stucchi reflects upon the evolution of the label, the suppressed history of Italian experimental music, and the continued importance of big id…
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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 with anybody. A dominant tendency in his oeuvre has been finding new ways to activate spaces and cul…
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The Liminaria festival ran for five editions between 2014 and 2018, culminating with a collateral event in Palermo as part of Manifesta 12. Based in the rural micro-region of Fortore, the frontier between Campania, Molise, and Puglia, Liminaria offered residencies and public presentations in which visiting artists worked with local residents to app…
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