Listen to the stars of tomorrow…today, as well as Berklee faculty members, alumni, and a few legendary artists, coming to the college as visiting artists.
Both Sides of Goose, America's Premier Jam Band
Goose’s live act attracts a devoted following—and the band's studio work highlights the sharp songs that spark their legendary jams. So on this summer edition of the podcast, we're exploring both sides of the Goose experience, from the studio to the stage, and hearing from the band as well as their fans along the way.
Produced, engineered, and edited by John Mirisola
Coproduced by Bryan Parys
Theme music by Sleeping Lion
Media excerpted (all songs by Goose, available at goosetheband.bandcamp.com):
"The Whales" and "Feel It Now" from '2023/07/06 Thompson's Point, Portland, ME'
"Hungersite" from 'Live at the Salt Shed'
"Dripfield," "Arrow," "Honeybee," and "Hot Tea" from 'Dripfield'
Enjoy the show? Have thoughts or questions for the Sounds of Berklee team? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chrysalis's Indigo Ansin Emerges
The Berklee student and Boston Calling–bound indie folk artist explores how discovering songwriting and a supportive queer community led to deeper self-discovery.
What Does Science Sound Like?
"Electro-symphonic” composer David Ibbett breaks down his process for turning scientific data into musical notes.
How Sarah Tudzin Let Herself Make One of 2021's Best Albums
The alum and leader of Illuminati Hotties discusses the long road to her latest album and how her work as a producer gave her the confidence to finish the record. [Image by Courtney Cole]
To Make Art from Grief, Ray Soul Needed a New Language
Composer Ray Soul takes us behind the making of his track, "Seu Aprendiz," which is an honest, moving, and cathartic reckoning with his mother's suicide.
Jeremy Pelt's 'Griot' Reveals the Personal Side of Jazz History
The author and trumpeter discusses his new book, which features intimate interviews with jazz greats from Bertha Hope to Robert Glasper. The book and its companion album shine a light on how personal history is cultural history. (Theme music is "You Made Me" by Sleeping Lion)
I always love listening to these podcasts very informative on great new talent.
Adam does a great job with these podcasts! It's great exposure both within the Berklee community and outside of it!
Very enjoyable, high quality music and concise, intriguing information about the artists - who are current, or former Berklee students, faculty and visiting artists.
Great way to get to know fresh, new music, the people who create it, and the rich musical offering of Berklee. Looking forward to the next one!