A one-hour spoken word program featuring Nathan J. Reid’s original work, which will be shared in both a live and pre-recorded capacity.
For today’s episode, we kick off the hour with Gregory Wilpert, who offers a brief political history of Venezuela and an overview of the United States’ involvement. For the second segment, Allen is joined in the studio by Juancito Trukupey, a Madison-based Venezuelan musician. Juancito shares his experience as a Chavista living in Caracas and […]
Tracy Jane Comer (vocals, keys, guitar) and Alan Maslowski (percussion) perform variety covers from several decades and genres.
Low, the band that Mimi Parker and Alan Sparhawk started in 1993 in Duluth, Minnesota, has always packed a ton of complexity and dynamism beneath its humble surface. The band’s latest album, Double Negative, released earlier this year, takes Low into some abrasive electronic territory. In some ways it’s a bold sonic turn, and in […]
Displaced Horizons is a multimedia project focusing on water infrastructures’ socio-cultural and historical complexities to encourage a re-visioning of current water systems. Join us October 27th for an exhibition of video, photographs, and maps and performance featuring musicians John Dieterich (Deerhoof), Chris Jonas (Anthony Braxton, Cecil Taylor), Robert Lundberg (JOBS, Nestle) Ryan Packard (Fonema Consort, […]
If you’ve listened to even a few releases over the years from bands in Madison, Milwaukee, or the Fox Cities area, you have almost certainly heard the work of Justin Perkins. The founder of Milwaukee-based Mystery Room Mastering, Perkins specializes in that crucial last step before a piece of music gets uploaded to the internet […]