Hurrah, we’ve made it to episode 2. Thanks for downloading the podcast and listening to it from the start – you’re a founder listener. Thanks also to all the artists and musicians who have submitted work. We are keeping the show to around 15 minutes long so we have not had room for many of the submissions – never fear they will be considered for the upcoming episodes.
We are still looking for new music, sound art, performance poetry and audio reviews. Please send any submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org – see podcast submissions for more details.
In this Podcast episode 2:
Brian Colburn – Here we are
Marcel Moek – Dragon Fly
Tealeaf – There will be love
Bob Le Flambeur – Review
Hugo Ball – Karawane read by Anne Cheng.
Muhmood – Islamic Trance
An acoustic-based rock musician hailing from New Jersey, Brian Colburn has been a mainstay of the NJ music scene for the past decade, and is currently making a name for himself in the singer / songwriter circle. Colburn’s music is grounded in soaring melodies and memorable hooks, giving his music a cross-genre appeal.
Brian’s influences range from: 90’s rock acts such as Blues Traveler, Sister Hazel, Toad The Wet Sprocket, & Barenaked Ladies; Current acoustic-rock staples such as Jack Johnson, Eric Hutchinson, Jason Mraz, Virginia Coalition, & Donavon Frankenreiter; and timeless artists such as John Hiatt, Billy Joel, & Tom Petty.
Bob Le Flambeur is a great French classic film. get a copy here: Bob Le Flambeur
Ball was a dadaist poet. His work is read by Anne Cheng, who recorded it for the Librivox project
Muhmood is an experimental music project. Being a visual and sound artist Alexei Biryukoff started Muhmood as an outlet for all the music material that kept piling up and had no way to fit in his art shows.
Muhmood music is inspired by the foggy mornings in the forests and swamps, by the blasts of the wind blowing heated sand in the deserts, by the sound of cranky engines in the factories and roaring electricity in the huge power lines. Sound is like emotion, it ranges from rage and sorrow to love and joy.