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dublab Radio presents In Conversation, a monthly podcast featuring interviews from its 20 years of broadcasting. Highlighting some of the most compelling interviews from dublab's archives, In Conversation offers an in-depth view into the lives and creative processes of its guests. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-inconversation/support
 
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dublab Intermission Studio brings together musicians, sound artists and writers from the Unsound LP & Book project ‘Intermission’. This second episode features a round table discussion between musicians Tim Hecker and Ben Frost with writer Andy Battaglia --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-inconversation/support…
 
One of the most inspired of producer Adrian Sherwood’s many collaborations is the early-’80s dub project New Age Steppers – a loosely-configured collective of British and Jamaican musicians that primarily centered on Sherwood’s studio alchemy and the distinctive singing of Slits vocalist Ari Up. The project mixes up bright reggae songs and experime…
 
John Girgus from the bands Aberdeen, Languis & Legendary House Cats had the opportunity to “interview” John Cooper Clarke for dublab. Here is what he had to say: What hasn’t already been said about the great John Cooper Clarke? What already hasn’t been asked? More in the UK, but here to a degree, there has been no recent shortage of interviews with…
 
To coincide with the opening of the Mixing Colors Installation at Jerry Moss Plaza at The Music Center in Los Angeles & the announcement of ‘A Quiet Scene: LA’ film project in collaboration with Deutsche Grammophon, dublab welcomes Brian Eno and Roger Eno to it’s airwaves for a special interview hosted by Liz Warner about the Mixing Colours + A Qui…
 
SunEye Radio (Hashim & Akiko Bharoocha) interviewed legendary Japanese pianist, composer, producer, actor, and activist, Ryuichi Sakamoto, in 2019 at the Ace Hotel. We covered a wide range of topics with him including how he got interested in the piano, how he recorded his first solo album “Thousand Knives,” why he wasn’t that excited about joining…
 
Michael Rother joins Ale Cohen in conversation on dublab to talk about his new release Dreaming and the Solo II retrospective box-set released in 2020. Michael and Ale discuss parts of his creative process, his take on looking back at his work through the Solo and Solo II releases, and how his work defines his personal life and vice-versa.--- Suppo…
 
The legendary musician and current leader of the Sun Ra Arkestra blessed us with a visit to the dublab studio. Marshall Allen played his E.V.I. breath controlled synthesizer, sat down with Carlos Nino for an interview exploring the outer-space vibrations of Sun Ra and elevated us even more with live saxophone solos. For more on Marshall and the Sun…
 
Celsius Drop host, Mark “Frosty” McNeill, was honored to welcome the Jamaican drummer, Bonjo Iyabinghi Noah, onto his program this month. Beaming in from his home in Ghana, Noah traced his musical journey for us, including the origins of his legendary group, African Head Charge. Formed in 1981, the band is a long time collaboration between Noah and…
 
This conversation is between Paul Holdengraber, Director of the Onassis Foundation LA and Henry Rollins. The two talked about the power of radio and the value of public spaces and arts organizations in this era. The conversation took place at dublab's 2020 Creative Cultivation Salon on March 7. You can visit dublab.com/salon to find out more.--- Su…
 
San Cha is a singer-songwriter, based in the City of Angels, increasingly known for her visceral and explosive live performances. Her name, derived from the Spanish word sancha, which translates to ‘mistress’, is a mischievous reference to the title of ‘San’, given to male saints in the Catholic tradition. Fans of cumbia and punk, bolero and electr…
 
Mark “Frosty” McNeill recently interviewed dub pioneer and all around mystic Lee "Scratch" Perry in Los Angeles. Flowing along with Perry’s stream of consciousness, the recording captures an astonishing mix of inventive poetry, animal impersonations, words of wisdom, and even some singing. Today, you will hear this interview in full.--- Support thi…
 
Legendary saxophonist, Azar Lawrence, stopped by the dublab studio to talk with Mark “Frosty” McNeill. Lawrence’s visionary work, Bridge into the New Age, was recently reissued to the delight of cosmic minded music lovers everywhere. Hope you can join us for this special episode of In Conversation!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-…
 
Palace of Lights founder, K. Leimer, joins host, Mark “Frosty” McNeill, to talk about the experimental recording and composing techniques that he began exploring in the mid 70s with multi-track tape machines and instruments like the Micromoog. Leimer’s catalog includes 20 solo albums plus collaborative albums with Savant and Marc Barreca. In 2014, …
 
This week we bring you an interview with legendary musician, Akiko Yano. LA duo, SunEye, travel with Yano through her 40 year career, from her break out hit “Japanese Girl” in 1976, to her work with Yellow Magic Orchestra, to her recent collaboration with Rei Harakami. We hope you can join us for this very special episode of In Conversation.--- Sup…
 
Composer and musician, William Basinski, joins Mark "Frosty" McNeill this week on In Conversation. He shares several lovely anecdotes about growing up in close proximity to the US space program in Texas and Florida, his current projects, and offers a behind the scenes glimpse of his latest release, On Time Out of Time.--- Support this podcast: http…
 
This week on In Conversation we have journalist and author, Lynell George, sharing why certain music and sounds have come to define Los Angeles for her. We hope you can join us and host, Mark "Frosty" McNeill, as we get to know a city far different then the Hollywood version we have have all come to know.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/…
 
This week we are bringing you a special episode of Imaginary Landscape: Composer to Composer Talks, a new dublab archival series created by Carl Stone. The conversation between Stone and Brian Eno took place at the Aratani Japan America Theatre in Los Angeles in 1988. We hope you can join us for this jaunt through the wide and wonderful world of Br…
 
This week we are revisiting our episode with pianist and composer, Girma Yifrashewa. While on a North American tour, he stopped by the dublab studio to speak with host, Mark “Frosty” McNeill. Over the course of their conversation, he shared some thoughts about his stunning album, Love and Peace, escaping to the mountains in his native Ethiopia, his…
 
This week we are revisiting our episode with the groundbreaking composer, conductor, ethnomusicologist, and classical violinist, Elisabeth Waldo. She graciously welcomed dublab to the historic Rancho Cordillera del Norte to discuss her long career in music, which began more then 70 years ago.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-inconv…
 
This week we are revisiting one of our favorite episodes with composer and musician, Harold Budd! Over the course of his career, Budd has written stunning solo compositions, such as his 1978 harp and choir infused album, The Pavilion of Dreams. He also crafted the groundbreaking ambient records, The Pearl and Ambient 2: The Plateaux of Mirror, with…
 
Matt Black of the pioneering electronic band Coldcut stopped by dublab in 2000 for a far reaching talk with Mark “Frosty” McNeill. He also performed a short set to demonstrated the sampling software they created and used for their live shows. The band integrated this technique along with live video sampling to create a set that was groundbreaking a…
 
In 2000, Andy Hughes- DJ, producer, member of The Orb- stopped by dublab for a live set and interview with Mark "Frosty" McNeill. Hughes discussed his recent decision to leave The Orb, various past collaborations with the likes of Robert Fripp and Galliano, coming up through the ranks of the electronic music scene in London during the 1990s, and mu…
 
The First Lady of Children’s Music, Ella Jenkins, has been infusing growing spirits with a love for rhythm, melody and diversity through her workshops, broadcasts and recordings since the 1950s. Her string of popular albums for Folkways Records have been a staple in homes and schools for decades, helping nurture children’s natural love for movement…
 
While most of Margo Guryan’s fans know her classic 60s pop hits, Sunday Morning or Take a Picture, few have heard about her days in the jazz world or as a songwriter and lyricist. From behind the scenes or a microphone, she’s been a dynamic force within the music world since the late 1950s. We hope you can join us for this special episode of In Con…
 
Rhythm and Blues hero, Big Jay McNeely, was famous for whipping audiences into a frenzy. Known as the King of the Honkin’ Sax, his guttural, brassy blasts coupled with an intense onstage presence blew down walls the world over. McNeely’s hits on wax were equally potent. 1949’s “The Deacon’s Hop” is a lasting R&B instrumental and 1959’s “There Is So…
 
This week, special guest Prophet graces the dublab airwaves to talk with Mark “Frosty” McNeill. Until this year, Prophet, an underground funk legend from San Francisco, had only released one record, a 1984 private-press LP called Right on Time. Now, he is making his long-awaited return with his new album, Wanna be your Man. Produced by fellow Stone…
 
The Space Lady is finally enjoying the acclaim she deserves for her unique form of electronic pop music. After her adventurous musical start on the streets of Vietnam War Era Boston and the decades of performances that followed on various city sidewalks, the folks at Night School Records have given her music a proper release. She joins dublab co-fo…
 
Kevin Haskins and Daniel Ash recently formed Poptone, a retrospective project revisiting the music of Bauhaus, Tones on Tail, and Love and Rockets. Joined by Bassist, Diva Dompé, they hit the road and have been thrilling audiences ever since. They stopped by dublab to talk with Alejandro Cohen about the origins of Poptone, rediscovering a love for …
 
London-based cellist and producer, Oliver Coates, recently stopped by dublab, while on tour with Thom Yorke. Along with host, Mark McNeil, he shared his thoughts on seeing and experiencing most of the the US for the first time and his singular reflections on a life in sound and music. We hope you can join us for an interview that promises to inspir…
 
Tangerine Dream firmly cemented their place in the annals of pioneering electronic music starting in the early 1970s. Their masterful and transportive soundscapes graced records and soundtracks alike, and quickly took up permanent residence in the imaginations of millions of listeners. In 2012, before a sold out show at Club Nokia, band founder, Ed…
 
Author, journalist and educator, Alain Mabanckou, took a deep dive into the world of music production after publishing his book, Black Bazar. Inspired to adapt his book into a music project, he created two full length albums for the label, Lusafrica. Along with our host, author and ethnomusicologist, Samuel Lamontagne, Mabanckou traces the origins …
 
This week on In Conversation, Los Angeles based radio presenter and music supervisor, Morgan Rhodes, joins Mark “Frosty” McNeill to highlight music from the year 1979, the moment her sonic world blossomed. Along the way, we are immersed in the unique music of this era and feel its lasting impact on the influential work Rhodes does in Hollywood toda…
 
From 1988 to 2001, the Royal Trux produced an incredible amount of music and in the process helped to define an era. This week on In Conversation, band co-founder, Jennifer Herrema, takes us through their much storied catalog. Join us as we trace the band’s journey through the 90s and find out how this duo ended up inspiring the generation of bands…
 
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