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The New York Neo-Futurists' on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art continues! Hit Play on any episode to hear a selection of Neo-Futurist experiments in audio. New episodes every other Monday

Hit Play The New York Neo-Futurists

    • Arts
    • 4.6 • 31 Ratings

The New York Neo-Futurists' on-going and ever-changing attempt to create immediate art continues! Hit Play on any episode to hear a selection of Neo-Futurist experiments in audio. New episodes every other Monday

    Short & Sweet

    Short & Sweet

    Thanks for Hitting Play and then listening to Hit Play. This episode: Top Gun. Communication without tone. And, Hilary listens to herself, for once.
     
    If you like what you hear and want to support the New York Neo-Futurists, donate to our Best Of Theme Contest! You can also subscribe to the show, tell a friend, leave a review on your listening app of choice, or join our Patreon. 
     
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    View episode transcription here!
    1:47 - Six short messages, full of subtext, written about an abbreviated weekend full of long drives, with an extra hour spent mainly at fast-charging stations by Mike Manship, featuring Hilary Asare, Katy-May Hudson, Rudy Ramirez, and Anthony Sertel Dean
    2:29 - experiments in intimacy #3 by Rudy Ramirez, featuring Mike Manship 
    4:52 - WHEN AMERICA’S GREAT WORKS OF PROPAGANDA MEET: FEATURING TOM SKERRITT’S TOP GUN MONOLOGUE & A SUPERCUT OF ALL THE LOL’S FROM THE FIRST 15 MINUTES OF A RANDOM EPISODE OF SELLING SUNSET by Katy-May Hudson
    6:02 - frequently asked short question by Hilary Asare
    8:22 - BUT WHY IS THE DOG LAZY? A Symphony // (Or, In Which Rudy and Chan Explore The Limits of their Voices Without Judgment) by Rudy Ramirez and Chan Lin
    9:43 - Tiny message to an old friend at 2am by Katy-May Hudson
     
    Our logo was designed by Gabriel Drozdov
    Our sound is designed by Anthony Sertel Dean
    Hit Play is produced by Anthony Sertel Dean, Lee LeBreton, and Hilary Asare
    Take care!

    • 13 min
    Skeletons Inside Closets

    Skeletons Inside Closets

    Thanks for Hitting Play and then listening to Hit Play.  bones, hauntings, and s-s-s-songs! Some of the plays may contain sensitive topics. For more specific content warnings, check out the timecodes below.
     
    If you like what you hear and want to support the New York Neo-Futurists, subscribe to the show, tell a friend, and leave a review on your listening app of choice. We’d love to hear from you! @nyneofuturists on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. If you want to support in other ways, consider making a donation at nynf.org, or joining our Patreon. 
     
    3:28 - Spooky Scary Skeletons by Jackson Bird [CW: dysphoria, transphobia]
    11:45 - tic tec tac by Kyra Sims 
    13:16 - Candles in the closet by Chan Lin
    17:32 - Behind The C-Word: The Haunted Saga by Anthony Sertel Dean, featuring Robin Virginie, Katharine Heller, Rudy Ramirez, and Kyra Sims
    28:25 - Skeleton on the couch by Michaela Farrell [CW: death]
    30:44 - So there’s this song from 1969 called “It’s Halloween” by this band called The Shaggs…. By Kyra Sims, featuring Michaela Farrell, Jackson Bird, Chan Lin, and Joey Rizzolo
     
    Our logo was designed by Gabriel Drozdov
    Our sound is designed by Anthony Sertel Dean
    Hit Play is produced by Anthony Sertel Dean, Lee LeBreton, and Kyra Sims
    Take care!

    • 36 min
    Afrofuturism

    Afrofuturism

    Thanks for Hitting Play and then listening to Hit Play. This episode: Afrofuturism via sound art, the AI Assistants speak up, and the optimism of the turn of the new millennium. Some of the plays may contain sensitive topics. For more specific content warnings, check out the timecodes below.
     
    If you like what you hear and want to support the New York Neo-Futurists, subscribe to the show, tell a friend, and leave a review on your listening app of choice. We’d love to hear from you! @nyneofuturists on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. If you want to support in other ways, consider making a donation at nynf.org, or joining our Patreon. 
     
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    2:20 [CW: generational trauma] - Your Journey with the New York Afro Futurists by Joey Rizzolo
    6:56 - Intersteller Interstitial: Asking the robots about the future by Chan Lin
    7:20 - Notes on Learning, Uncle Jack, and every other Thursday night at The Evelyn Hotel by Michaela Farrell
    11:29 - Chan Imagines the Spaceship Taking Humans to the Nearest Planet in the Year 3022 by Chan Lin
    15:25 - Going to My Spot by Joey Rizzolo
    18:14 - a glance. a pain. an abstraction. ...... (a hope.) by Kyra Sims
    21:58 - Two? Steps Forward, One Step Back by Jackson Bird
     
    Our logo was designed by Gabriel Drozdov
    Our sound is designed by Anthony Sertel Dean
    Hit Play is produced by Anthony Sertel Dean, Lee LeBreton, and Kyra Sims
    Take care!

    • 32 min
    Bubbles

    Bubbles

    Thanks for Hitting Play and then listening to Hit Play. This episode: Pucker up. Get your fortune read and your bubble blown. And, Kyra and Mike search for a stranger. Some of the plays may contain sensitive topics. For more specific content warnings, check out the timecodes below.
     
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    1:49 - stranger bubbly by Kyra Sims 
    6:30 [CW: chewing sounds] - Bubble Fortunes (with apologies to my dentist, my jaw, and misophonics everywhere like myself) by Julia Melfi
    7:08 - While I was away (from the shower series) by Rob Neill
    10:00 [CW: Islamophobia, Conspiracy Theories, Fox News] - The New New News Cycle by Mike Manship
    12:30 - pop pop pop percussion by Anthony Sertel Dean
     
    Our logo was designed by Gabriel Drozdov
    Our sound is designed by Anthony Sertel Dean
    Hit Play is produced by Anthony Sertel Dean, Lee LeBreton, and Julia Melfi
    Take care!

    • 17 min
    Give Us A Call

    Give Us A Call

    Thanks for Hitting Play and then listening to Hit Play. This episode: Mike needs a payphone, Kyra gets a card game lesson from her dad, and Julia leaves many voicemails.
     
    If you want to cry with Kyra, we've got you covered with this Spotify sad girl playlist.
     
    If you like what you hear and want to support the New York Neo-Futurists, subscribe to the show, tell a friend, and leave a review on your listening app of choice. We’d love to hear from you! @nyneofuturists on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. If you want to support in other ways, consider making a donation at nynf.org, or joining our Patreon. 
     
    View episode transcription here!
    1:48 - This is what you get by Rob Neill
    1:55 - Sad Girl Playlist by Kyra Sims 
    5:01 - (212) 283-8707 by Mike Manship
    12:15 - [CW: Reference to the Holocaust] Audio Guide to Unseen Pasts (edited for time) by Rob Neill
    20:17 - twisted cord by Anthony Sertel Dean
    23:52 - excerpts from a call with my dad: relearning Tunk by Kyra Sims
    28:01 - Please Leave a Message: 10 Years of Voicemail Ramblings by Julia Melfi
     
    Our logo was designed by Gabriel Drozdov
    Our sound is designed by Anthony Sertel Dean
    Hit Play is produced by Anthony Sertel Dean, Lee LeBreton, and Julia Melfi
    Take care!

    • 36 min
    Syllabus

    Syllabus

    Thanks for Hitting Play and then listening to Hit Play. This episode: What we have learned, what we are learning, and what we want to learn. Some of the plays may contain sensitive topics. For more specific content warnings, check out the timecodes below.
     
    If you like what you hear and want to support the New York Neo-Futurists, subscribe to the show, tell a friend, and leave a review on your listening app of choice. We’d love to hear from you! @nyneofuturists on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. If you want to support in other ways, consider making a donation at nynf.org, or joining our Patreon. 
     
    View episode transcription here!
     
    2:01 [CW: Redacted Slurs] - Neo Monologue: Constructed 
    (Or, Questions from the Classroom) — Part 2 by Rudy Ramirez
    5:35 - Dunbar Rises by Michaela Farrell
    8:25 - [CW: ideation of gun violence & murder] Gun Play by Joey Rizzolo
    11:40 - Quarantine Skill Check-In, or In Which I See If I Can Still Name All 197 Countries in Under
    15 Minutes Via a Quiz on Sporcle.com by Jake Banasiewicz
    15:17 - Automated Empathic Response Therapist by Joey Rizzolo
    20:37 - Teaching Gratitude by Hilary Asare
     
    Our logo was designed by Gabriel Drozdov
    Our sound is designed by Anthony Sertel Dean
    Hit Play is produced by Anthony Sertel Dean, Hilary Asare, and Jake Banasiewicz
    Take care!

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

Arthur Kay Singleton ,

Excellent!

Love listening, always inventive and has made me laugh & cry many times throughout the pandemic

jakeb316 ,

Always exciting, always a roller coaster

I look forward to this podcast everyday. Each episode is a journey that I am always thankful to go on. Hope to see your show in person again soon!

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