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dublab Radio presents In Conversation, a monthly podcast featuring interviews from its 20 years of broadcasting. Highlighting some of the most compelling interviews from dublab's archives, In Conversation offers an in-depth view into the lives and creative processes of its guests. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-inconversation/support

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dublab Radio presents In Conversation, a monthly podcast featuring interviews from its 20 years of broadcasting. Highlighting some of the most compelling interviews from dublab's archives, In Conversation offers an in-depth view into the lives and creative processes of its guests. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-inconversation/support

    Chris Watson, Jana Winderen and Kristen Gallerneaux — dublab Intermission Studio (04.24.21)

    Chris Watson, Jana Winderen and Kristen Gallerneaux — dublab Intermission Studio (04.24.21)

    dublab Intermission Studio brings together musicians, sound artists and writers from the Unsound LP & Book project ‘Intermission’. This first episode features a round table discussion between Chris Watson, Jana Winderen and Kristen Gallerneaux


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    • 58 min
    Jlin & Moor Mother w/Miss Modular — dublab Intermission Studio

    Jlin & Moor Mother w/Miss Modular — dublab Intermission Studio

    closing out the dublab intermission series is this splendid conversation between Jlin & Moor Mother with moderator Miss Modular – the pair discuss their contributions to Unsound’s Intermission project and much, much more


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    • 55 min
    Tim Hecker, Ben Frost and Andy Battaglia — dublab Intermission Studio (05.04.21)

    Tim Hecker, Ben Frost and Andy Battaglia — dublab Intermission Studio (05.04.21)

    dublab Intermission Studio brings together musicians, sound artists and writers from the Unsound LP & Book project ‘Intermission’.

    This second episode features a round table discussion between musicians Tim Hecker and Ben Frost with writer Andy Battaglia


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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Chris Kissel and Chuck Soo-Hoo — In Conversation with Adrian Sherwood (04.15.21)

    Chris Kissel and Chuck Soo-Hoo — In Conversation with Adrian Sherwood (04.15.21)

    One of the most inspired of producer Adrian Sherwood’s many collaborations is the early-’80s dub project New Age Steppers – a loosely-configured collective of British and Jamaican musicians that primarily centered on Sherwood’s studio alchemy and the distinctive singing of Slits vocalist Ari Up. The project mixes up bright reggae songs and experimental zoners and helped pave the way for the most adventurous sounds of the ’80s and ’90s. Sherwood went on to work with Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, Lee Scratch Perry, Sly & Robbie, KMFDM, Cabaret Voltaire, and many others.

    This year marks the reissue of all four New Age Steppers releases, along with the odds-and-ends package Avant Gardening, in a single package titled Stepping Into a New Age 1980-2021 on Sherwood’s storied label On-U Sounds.

    Chris Kissel and Chuck Soo-Hoo, hosts of dublab’s Contact Wave, host this in-depth conversation with Sherwood


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    • 31 min
    DJ Krust — In Conversation (03.07.00)

    DJ Krust — In Conversation (03.07.00)

    Drum and bass producer DJ Krust does an exclusive interview with dublab at Club Vinyl.


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    • 28 min
    John Cooper Clarke — In Conversation with John Girgus for dublab (05.01.15)

    John Cooper Clarke — In Conversation with John Girgus for dublab (05.01.15)

    John Girgus from the bands Aberdeen, Languis & Legendary House Cats had the opportunity to “interview” John Cooper Clarke for dublab. Here is what he had to say:

    What hasn’t already been said about the great John Cooper Clarke? What already hasn’t been asked? More in the UK, but here to a degree, there has been no recent shortage of interviews with the original Punk Poet. So instead of a safe and formal interview, the idea was to try a get a more informal banter, something maybe any sensible fan would do if given the opportunity.

    What I was admittedly a little too nervous to convey at the start of this phone call from the man who’s works span five decades, was that I grew up an inherent fan of punk, post-punk, more importantly big hair and black jeans (values I hold dear to this day). I thought I had most of Manchester’s major exports covered… Maybe partly due to the fact that he wasn’t really making records for the period I began buying them, I completely missed him. So when the the black clad mess of hair and shades graced the screen for the 2007 Joy Division biopic, ‘Control’ later on, I was an instant fan. The look and the style adopted by the icons of my formative years with intelligence and realism to which I can still relate. And I laughed at least every minute. Everything I have ever heard anybody say since, proven true in that moment. I Googled clumsy terms ‘spoken word control joy div’, and found handfuls of stray mp3s, videos, but even eBay could be scant. I listened to what I could find, and as they say, when you met someone who knew, they knew…

    By then, from what must surely be a mix of pure will, luck, raw talent, and a great PR team, the poet was enjoying a full renaissance at home and recognition as a national treasure. He’s on tests, talk shows, and the Arctic Monkeys turned on of his well-known pieces into a #1 chart hit, and plays the Royal Albert Hall. Last year, when his first US visit in my lifetime touched down at Downtown LA bar La Cita (a place I’ve DJed) it was nothing short of a miracle. Lucky for us, that turned out not only to be a one time occurrence, and with an 11 date US tour, dublab’s Alejandro thought for some reason, the two of us might have an interesting conversation. After nearly chickening out (pun so intended), I instead just dialed the number with a degree of fearlessness deserved by someone who used to open punk shows with nothing but a microphone. A graciously casual conversation from the rackety Mob Museum in Las Vegas followed… I really couldn’t have hoped for a nicer legend to get the chance to chat with.


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    • 12 min

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