Angela Guyton

This episode features the brilliant and buoyant Angela Guyton, whose recent work explores the intersection of sound, light and self. Through the use of biofeedback and Max patches, Angela uses her body and breathing to generate and manipulate visually arresting color sequences. Her website, www.angelaguyton.com, showcases her depth of thought and command of curiosity as a writer while housing the majority of her art.

As a multidisciplinary artist, Angela has a long list of collaborators — her longest, perhaps, with her parter Rodrigo Constanzo.

Learn more about Angie’s work:
www.angelaguyton.com
www.instagram.com/angieastronaut/
www.takahashisshellfishconcern.com

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Nick Sanborn (Made of Oak // Sylvan Esso)

This episode features the inimitable and joyful Nick Sanborn. Nick produces solo electroacoustic works under Made of Oak and is one half of Sylvan Esso. He also has spent extensive time touring with Chris Roseneau and is a member of the trio Cedar AV.

The works featured are from many of Nick’s projects, including a remix for Cedar AV member Erik (He Can Jog).

Explore and support Nick’s music:
www.madeofoak.com
www.sylvanesso.com
collectionsbees.bandcamp.com/releases
fullspectrumrecords.bandcamp.com/album/nin-o-van

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Sean Hellfritsch (Cool Maritime)

This episode celebrates monome’s 10 year anniversary by exploring the work of Sean Hellfritsch (seanhellfritsch.com). Sean is an accomplished musician and filmmaker (encyclopediapictura.com), having recently released ‘Some Sort of Wave Portal’ on Leaving Records as Cool Maritime. He is as warm as the California sun.

Much of the featured music is from Sean’s 2012 self-released ‘Tea Time Travel’.

Lovingly crafted tapes of both works can be purchased here:
coolmaritime.bandcamp.com/album/tea-time-travel
leavingrecords.bandcamp.com/album/some-…wave-portal

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glia

This episode explores glia’s ‘muqarnas’. Over the hour, Dan and Jonathan (glia’s offline name) discuss the impact the Persian language had on the album, improvising with electronics, creativity in prefab culture, and the depths to which instrumental artists encode themselves in their music.

Selections from ‘muqarnas’ provide framework, excepting the outro track, which is the previously unreleased ‘318(fesdup)’.

‘muqarnas’ can be purchased here: phinery.bandcamp.com/album/muqarnas

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