Creative Disturbance (noisy people)
10: Analog Synth Master Doug Lynner [ENG]

My guest is analog synthesizer master Doug Lynner, who has performed evolving live compositions on the Serge Modular Synthesizer for over 40 years, as well as editing the classic electronic music magazine Synapse.

Direct download: 10_doug_lynner.mp3
Category:Noisy People -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

09: Poly-Stylistic Guitarist John Schott [ENG]

I talk with guitarist, composer, bandleader and musical polymath John Schott, whose work spans the genres of jazz, pop, folk and contemporary composition.

Direct download: 09_john_schott.mp3
Category:Noisy People -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

08: Eco-Minimalist Composer Wendy Reid [ENG]

Wendy Reid has been working for over 30 years on her unique body of “Tree Pieces”, chamber compositions for various ensembles which define a music based on natural processes. Along the way, she works with birds whom she regards as authentic musical collaborators.

Direct download: 08_wendy_reid.mp3
Category:Noisy People -- posted at: 12:22am CDT

07 Jon Raskin: Long Term Collaboration, Graphic Scores and More

I talk with Jon Raskin of the ROVA saxophone quartet about long-term collaborations, language poets, graphic scores, the african aesthetic, jaw harps and more.

Direct download: NP07_jon_raskin.mp3
Category:Noisy People -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

06: Roscoe Mitchell

I’m really happy that Barbara Golden and I could collaborate on this show, and re-publish her fascinating interview with Roscoe Mitchell, the saxophonist, composer, and leading light of the legendary Art Ensemble of Chicago.

Direct download: NP06_roscoe_mitchell.mp3
Category:Noisy People -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

05: Carl Ludwig Hübsch

Our guest is German tubist, composer and bandleader Carl-Ludwig Hübsch.

Direct download: NP05_cl_hubsch.mp3
Category:Noisy People -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

04: Caroline Martel

Filmmaker Caroline Martel is the producer and director of Wavemakers, a documentary about the Ondes Martenot, an electronic musical instrument invented in France in the 1920’s. Her documentary traces the unusual history of the instrument and its enthusiasts from its creation through to the present. (photo: N. Corre)

Direct download: NP04_caroline_martel.mp3
Category:Noisy People -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

03: Ignaz Schick

My guest is German turntablist, saxophonist and improviser Ignaz Schick.

http://noisypeople.net/2015/03/14/03-ignaz-schick/

Direct download: NP03_ignaz_schick.mp3
Category:Noisy People -- posted at: 3:03am CDT

02: Joëlle Léandre

An interview with French bassist, composer and improvisor Joëlle Léandre.

Direct download: NP02_joelle_leandre.mp3
Category:Noisy People -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

NP01: Lorin Benedict

Today's guest is scat-singer / nuclear physicist Lorin Benedict, of Oakland, California. Lorin's music stretches the boundaries of traditional jazz scat-singing, with excursions into hip-hop, neo-classical fugues, and the borders of free improvisation. He also has an unusually developed 'nonsense language' vocabulary underlying his work.

Direct download: NP01_lorin_benedict.mp3
Category:Noisy People -- posted at: 7:10pm CDT

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