INTERVIEWS

BENOÎT PIOULARD

I had the opportunity to sit down with Thomas Meluch aka Benoit Pioulard following his performance with Glenn Jones during the Columbia Experimental Music Festival. In our conversation (recorded in the beautiful Firestone-Barr chapel on Stephen’s College campus). We talked about early musical experiences, formative songs and music videos and streaks of prolific creativity following …

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ALREADY DEAD TAPES AND RECORDS – JOSHUA TABBIA & JAKE WATKINS

On this exclusive track for Patreon subscribers, I chat with Joshua Tabbia and Jake Watkins from Already Dead Tapes and Records – a label that I discovered as one of the first to really push cassette tapes as a viable physical medium. As you will hear they’ve almost released 300 albums. A truly heroic feat. …

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LANDING

Landing has been a band for 20 years. That is quite a feat. I sit down with founding members Aaron and Adrienne Snow to talk about the early days of the band, growing up Mormon and transitioning out the faith traditions you were raised in. Music: “By Two” – Bells in New Towns (El Paraiso)“Traveling” …

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MADGE MARIL

I had the distinct pleasure to sit down and chat with Cincinnati-based artist Madge Maril about being a femme person in a male-dominated noise scene, some early musical discoveries and her newest project fever9.

FRITZ PAPE

I sit down with Cincinnati-based artist Fritz Pape to discuss his love of long songs, loud songs, long band names, opening for Bootsy Collins at the age of 17, and a formative noise cover of Lit’s “My Own Worst Enemy”. Enjoy!