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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

    Noah Klein & Mark "Frosty" McNeill — Natural Soundscapes

    Noah Klein & Mark "Frosty" McNeill — Natural Soundscapes

    Launched during the thick of the Covid Pandemic, the Floating series was just what Los Angeles needed—an invitation to come outside and hear the city in new ways. Through a weekly series of roving soundscapes and soundbaths activated in unique and natural spaces, the Floating collective have opened up Angelenos’ ears and spirits to the wonders of the environments around them.

    These all ages happenings are generous affairs both for the audience and performers who are encouraged to embrace the indeterminacy of outdoor performance and expand into the infinite potential of the moment. Floating succeeds in merging the ambience of the city with the intentionality of sonic artistry and as collective co-founder Noah Klein puts it, “Finding the threads between soundscape and landscape.”

    dublab co-founder Mark “Frosty” McNeill sat down with Noah Klein to discuss his personal musical practice, history of community organizing through the lens of music, deep love of nature and dedication to creative placemaking. Their conversation took place under a canopy of trees at Trails Cafe, in Griffith Park over a chickpea salad sandwich and cold beverages.

    This program is part of New Music USA’s web magazine NewMusicBox “Guest Editor series”, which aims to celebrate a plurality of voices from across the nation and will feature exclusive content written, produced, or commissioned by a rotating artist or organization. The series kicks off with dublab. NewMusicBox, edited by Frank J. Oteri, amplifies creators and organizations who are building a vibrant future for new music in all its forms, and has provided a vital platform for creators to speak about issues relevant to them in their own words since 1999.

    The dublab partnership will feature new weekly content from at least 15 different voices through January 2023, presented in conversations, DJ mixes, articles, and live performances all exploring the current landscape of music composition.

    The Guest Editor is the first such series in the magazine’s 23-year history and reflects New Music USA’s aim to deepen its impact across the many diverse music communities across the United States. This aim is also demonstrated by NewMusicBox’s ongoing “Different Cities, Different Voices” feature that spotlights music creation hubs across the nation.

    https://newmusicusa.org/newmusicbox/


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    • 39 min
    Mouse on Mars — Interview (04.18.00)

    Mouse on Mars — Interview (04.18.00)

    Frosty interviews the electronic duo, Mouse on Mars. Tune in!


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    • 20 min
    Ian Broudie (The Lightning Seeds) - In Conversation w/Ale Cohen

    Ian Broudie (The Lightning Seeds) - In Conversation w/Ale Cohen

    Tune-in to a conversation Ale Cohen had with Ian Broudie, founding member of The Lightning Seeds, where they discuss the release of their new record "See In You In The Stars", his creative process, and general approach to music making.


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    • 30 min
    San Cha x Mx.Matias - Vans Channel 66 Live (02.11.21)

    San Cha x Mx.Matias - Vans Channel 66 Live (02.11.21)

    San Cha x Mx.Matias - Vans Channel 66 Live (02.11.21)


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    • 19 min
    dublab LA Phone Home: Colored Craig + Mandy Harris Williams's BODY MOVEZ (01.20.22)

    dublab LA Phone Home: Colored Craig + Mandy Harris Williams's BODY MOVEZ (01.20.22)

    dublab LA Phone Home explores music and visual arts through conversations within the multifaceted community of Los Angeles. Today’s episode is a gathering space for those that like to get down. Pumpin’ house music. Dope fashion. Mesmerizin’ movers. And a sick vibe! Join DJ Colored Craig and Host Mandy Harris Williams for BODY MOVEZ. Live DJ sets, interviews, dancers & big fun! If The New Dance Show or All Night Dance Party with Frankie Knuckles rings a bell, BODY MOVEZ is the place for you!

    Mandy Harris Williams is a multimedia conceptual artist and educator. As a theorist well versed in Black contemporary issues, she shares that knowledge on her monthly radio show, #BrownUpYourFeed on NTS and through creative works that have been shown at Paula Cooper Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Art + Practice, and Navel, and more. Williams will be joined by LA’s best kept secret: DJ Colored Craig. CC’s high energy and infectious spins will have you on your feet throughout the entire set. As a creative, he’s also a long-time veteran in the film industry as a performer, choreographer, and director. Skip your midday cup of joe and tune in to the stream at 12 PM PST for a boost in energy.


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    • 30 min
    Brian Eno x Beatie Wolfe — Art & Climate (04.22.22)

    Brian Eno x Beatie Wolfe — Art & Climate (04.22.22)

    Brian Eno and Beatie Wolfe talk Art and Climate on dublab for this Orange Juice for the Ears special that marks Earthday 2022. Their conversation was recorded live in Austin where it was SXSW’s Featured Session for the day art/climate converged.

    The conversation between musical visionaries Brian Eno and Beatie Wolfe covers how art can play a vital role in response to the climate emergency, with Brian sharing his music industry charity EarthPercent and Beatie sharing ‘From Green to Red,’ an environmental protest piece built using 800,000 years of NASA data to visualize rising CO2 levels.

    This show also marks the day EarthPercent x Earth Day campaign launches where Brian Eno and Beatie Wolfe join 100+ artists offering a track to support organizations doing vital work to help tackle the climate emergency. All info earthpercent.bandcamp.com.

    This show closes with the record Songs of the Humpback Whale by Dr Roger Payne.

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    • 1 hr 29 min

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14 Ratings

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