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Mischievous imps, spirit animals of the ethos, uncomfortable trance states. The New York noise musician talks about three important albums.
Host Jack Chuter asks musicians to share a story about a profound live music experience, from a Daft Punk stadium spectacular to a 30-hour experimental music marathon.
Quadrophonic 8-track playback in a 1982 pimped-out trailer. The musician and podcast creator discusses three important albums.
Pigs in shit, breezy French vibes, humorous absurdity. The Australian composer and multi-instrumentalist discusses three important albums.
In a panoramic examination of how single artistic objects can shape the trajectory of life, Jack Chuter asks artists to discuss one book or film that has a profound impact on them.
Instant messenger trades, high fives with Björk, keeping the windows up. The Poland-born, New England-based composer and producer discusses three important albums.
Putting on shows for weird bands, saxophone machines, mad distorted riffs. Tireless noisemaker Matt Cargill discusses three important albums.
This month, the theme is imprint: artists talk about a place, person or event that influences the way they think about working with sound.
Fish stock concrète, groovebox epiphanies, Kerrang cover-mounts. The London-based experimental musician discusses three important records.
Brilliant tabernacles, drugs without drugs, teenaged gurus. The artist, composer and graphic designer discusses three important albums.