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Peruvian immigrant Anaís Azul (they/them) is a California based singer-songwriter, composer, and teaching artist. Described as “stunningly honest and vulnerable,” their artistry engages with music as a tool for community building, cross-genre collaboration, and collective healing. Azul writes music that is in conversation with looped vocal harmonie…
 
Moths, Clownfisher, Dylan Marx, The Sandman, Oracle of Light, Purveyor of Goods, Great Overtaker, Stopping by for Soup, Standing on the Corner with a Glass of Water, Dumping it out on the Sidewalk, missed the plants, missed the plant, went back, wrote a postcard, postmarked it, forgot to address it, sitting in a big mail room waiting to be sorted, …
 
The Los Angeles Electroacoustic Ensemble (LAEE) was founded in 2018 by its core members Zaq Kenefick, Christina Lord, Marcus Carline, and Glen Grey. In this episode, the group discusses how they first came together, their aesthetic goals for the ensemble, their process for writing and developing new compositions, and their debut album LAEE, which r…
 
Nick and Alan talk continue their talks about releasing an album with some of the best practices! Including: Talking through the timeline of a release and why there is so much lead time, creating a story for your album, picking your packaging, and more!โดย Outside in Music
 
Nick and Alan talk through how to begin the process of releasing an album with a record label. Beginning with what information we like to see from potential artists and what we are listening for, how to begin thinking of your timeline, how to build your team, building your brand and more!โดย Outside in Music
 
Alan talks with Molly Sender about her experience with Ravinia's Steans Music Institute and her career in the music industry. They discuss some of the changes she's noticed with audiences, what will be next after the pandemic, and her experience with Ravinia.โดย Outside in Music
 
Daniel Newman-Lessler is a composer, conductor, pianist, singer, educator, and dabbler in watercolor and pastels. His compositions have been performed by players and ensembles across the country, and impressively he has also found repeated success as a conductor and performer. We met at the California Institute of the Arts, where he is currently a …
 
Alan talks with Sam Blakeslee about his new album, The Long Middle. They talk about what it's like writing for a drummer-less band, his process with composing, and how this project came to fruition during the pandemic.โดย Outside in Music
 
Andrew Kaluzynski is a composer, improviser, and multimedia artist living in Oakland, CA. Andrew's music endeavors to explore relationships between gesture and feedback, and the effects of aleatoric input on improvisations and compositions. Andrew often employs the use of obsolete and/or idiosyncratic technology as a means of restraint, inspiration…
 
Alex Hawthorn is an Artist, Composer, and Technologist based in Los Angeles and Brooklyn. His work interrogates notions of archive and memory, bringing together aspects of traditional composition and experimental sound design with elements of photography, videography, and other forms of digital media. In his solo work, he combines elements of old a…
 
Andrew Jamieson: composer, improviser, & bandleader of the Avant-Gospel Trouble Ensemble. We talk about dialogues in music and community, race relations in American music, cultural appropriation, and musical accountability. Andrew even does a live improvisation near the end of the interview! Music Featured, in order heard: Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Tu…
 
Scott Perry earned his PhD in music composition from UCSB in 2019. He holds a BA from UCSB (CCS), an MFA from California Institute of the Arts, and a MA from UC Davis. His teachers include Beverly Grigsby, Jeremy Haladyna, Kurt Rohde, Wolfgang von Schweinitz, Ulrich Krieger, Pablo Ortiz, Mika Pelo, David Rosenboom, Curtis Roads and Clarence Barlow.…
 
Jeremy Rosenstock is a composer, pianist, and installation artist in California. In this episode, originally aired 11/30/2020 on KCIA, we talk about his compositional outlook, Simone Weil, socialism, listening to sound on its own terms, a piano department, and many other things. You can also hear some selections of his great music! Pieces featured,…
 
Today's episode features Alison Niedbalski and the band she leads "qualia." Alison's music is tagged on bandcamp as: experimental, jazz, progressive death soul, torch gospel, great American songbook, and new wave old fashioned. Some of the things we talked about: covering Captain Beefheart songs, the legacy of Carla Bley & Annette Peacock, the effe…
 
Tim Rowe is a drummer, painter, video maker. His video series "How to Play the Drums by Tim Rowe" uses all those mediums and others to touch upon subjects from the silly to the historical to the philosophical to the purely musical. We talk about his careers as a drummer & painter, how he makes his videos, why he makes the artistic decisions he make…
 
We wanted to look back on 2020 with featuring some of the releases we did with introductions from the musicians themselves! You'll hear from Aubrey Johnson, Doug Stone, Chad McCullough, Kasperi Sarikoski, Tomoko Omura, Dean Tsur, John Lake, and Nick Finzer.โดย Outside in Music
 
Cheryl E. Leonard is a San Francisco-based composer, performer, field recordist, and instrument builder whose works investigate sounds, structures, and objects from the natural world. Her projects cultivate stones, wood, water, ice, sand, shells, feathers, and bones as musical instruments, and often feature one-of-a-kind sculptural instruments and …
 
Nathan Corder is an Oakland-based composer of works for electronics, objects, and arrays of people. Our chat covered topics like performer agency & control in composition, fixed media composition vs. composing for people and/or objects, and nontraditional ways of conceiving rhythm and musical time. Pieces featured, in order heard: Untitled (for str…
 
Christoffer Schunk is an artist based in Los Angeles. His portfolio vacillates between audio and theater, resulting in intricately staged productions, films, and sound art. His audio compositions incorporate almost everything: theatricality, humor, strange instrumentation (farts, hunting calls, dolls, to name a few), noise, and many other things. W…
 
Pander Sera is a noise-pop artist from the LA area. Our conversation touches on topics like practical uses of magic, equipment which grants a view on infinity, gender transition, pop punk as a modern folk music, and many other interesting things. https://pandersera.bandcamp.com/ https://pandersera.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd8uxKf6JYUIR…
 
Memory Leaks Onto The Rug is secretive and anonymous artist who has been recording tapes onto tapes since 2014, these days out of Santa Cruz, California. In this interview, originally aired 10/5/2020, we talk about some of their recent and older music releases, how they make music, names, and about birds and plants and places. Check out their bandc…
 
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