Angelica and I sit down and talk about her childhood growing up in Puerto Rico, life in a part of America where you have no say over who your president is. We hardly scratched the surface. (In a good way)Read More
Grey and I sit in his living room and talk improvisation, Roseanne Barr, and what it means to be alive.
This is the title track called “Blindless Sea of Light” off a new album due out in March of the same name by Grey Mcmurray.
The ending track is from a project So Percussion did with Grey Mcmurray and Emily Johnson and Ain Gordon called Where (We) Live. This is the final track off the album called “Thank You”
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Arone and I sit and talk music making, drone choirs, second jobs, and the sexes.
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buke and gase
opening track: (single) “Derby” by Buke and Gase
ending track: “Hiccup” by Buke and Gase from the album “General Dome”
Cristina and I sit in her teaching studio and talk about solo piano life, her new presenting and advocacy organization, and taking a deep breath and taking a big step (her words not mine).
Oscar Peterson - “A Little Jazz Exercise”
Etude, Op.10 No.3 by F. Chopin
Cenk and I talk about process, failure, Metallica, and playing one chord for 38 seconds.
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Solare by Cenk Ergun, performed by The Jack Quartet
Proximity by Cenk Ergun, performed by So Percussion from the record Nana
Jeremy (aka, professor Purple, Chrome Sparks, Luca Otto) and I sit down and talk about analog synthesis, recording your own music, live performance, and how he sees as his role in the world as an artist.Read More
I sit down with two members of the Sandbox Percussion Quartet to talk about the struggles of running a percussion quartet, all over 3 fine Brooklyn beers
Goldbeaters Skin by Christopher Cerrone performed by Sandbox Percussion with mezzo-soprano, Elsbeth Davis. you’re hearing the 6th and 7th movements, Skin: Fatal Exception and Against the Madness of the CrowdsRead More
Joan and I sit down and talk about teaching, writing music, being 80, and being one of women blazing trails in the composition world (without realizing that was what she was doing). She’s a national treasure.
DNA for Percussion Quartet
Dan is the General Manager of District Social, a restaurant in Midtown Manhattan. https://districtsocialnyc.com
We talk wine, the restaurant business, we curse a little, and drink a bottle of really nice chardonnay and sip some fine whiskey. Dan has a fun job. He'll be starting a podcast soon called Fancy Drunks.Read More
sit down with 3/4 of Overground Percussion, aka TIGUE. They are charting a course no one else quite charted and they're killing it. So proud and pumped to hear them get comfy in their own skin.Read More
Now that I've found the missing file/avoided sabotage, you can now hear the whole picture and decide for yourself about Todd Meehan--Mixed Martial Artist from Yale, Father, Husband, Husbandrist, Author of 4 E-Books on "husbandry as a hobby" and 6 more on "method booking for dummies" and a novella titled "A man dreams of triangles--A Story of lost love and misguided youth."Read More
I sit down with Paul and Hannah at the their home in Princeton, NJ to talk about the beginning of computer music, their work together, and how they met over Mozart, as well as his work with So Percussion (and of course, Radiohead, too)Read More
I take a tour of Garry’s studio up at the Woodstock Chimes headquarters in upstate NY. He’s a national treasure. Congressional Record by Dean Drummond, played by Newband https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2U-G2qdodBMRead More