An audio serial by interdisciplinary quietist-philosopher-putterer Karinne Keithley Syers. Usually around ten minutes, currently coming out once a month, usually with an original song and audio culled from our archival ghost register.
Netta's Helga: What the form is doing
Netta Yerushalmy made a dance called Helga and the Three Sailors, and I made this audio essay in response.
Episode 41: Distort and Lull
a recuperated dream ballet
the permission of meadows
and that old chestnut Alexander Glazunov
Basement Tapes of the Mole Cabale Episode 40: Yes, Vida.
Weather on the Pennines, soil on the moon, wallflowers, wildflowers, Vida, the affirmative.
Episode 38: Advertise if you can
quilting, harmonics, and other things recorded in the bathroom while Harvey was sleeping.
Episode 39: St Alban, years ago
A detroit lady from Mississippi, the things they do and the places she's lived. Fragments of an old pivotal place. A kitchen clanging. Some hum.
Episode 37: in a dive
if the catastrophe was survived but without ever returning to the surface. A speculative float, with casio and cloud bowl simulacra.
Ethereal and Engrossing
Gregory Whitehead's a fan, so that's endorsement enough. There's not enough capital 'A' Art podcasts and this one has the rare quality of being very re-listenable. Very eerie.