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A weekly conversation between host (and ADJ•ective New Music Composers' Collective Member) Rob McClure and a guest artist, concerning aspects of their work, life, and contemporary creativity.

Latest Episodes

110 - Natalie Draper

EEpisode 110 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. Robert McClure interviews composer Natalie Draper. http://www.nataliedraper.net/ Visit www.adjectivenewmusic.com for more information about ADJ•ective New Music, the ADJ•ective Composers' Collective, and Lexical Tones.

65 MIN2 weeks ago
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110 - Natalie Draper

109 - Anthony Donofrio

EEpisode 109 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. Robert McClure interviews composer Anthony Donofrio. (https://donofrio-music.com/) Visit www.adjectivenewmusic.com for more information about ADJ•ective New Music, the ADJ•ective Composers' Collective, and Lexical Tones.

92 MIN3 weeks ago
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109 - Anthony Donofrio

108 - Emily Koh

EEpisode 108 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. Robert McClure interviews composer and double bassist. https://emilykoh.net/ Visit www.adjectivenewmusic.com for more information about ADJ•ective New Music, the ADJ•ective Composers' Collective, and Lexical Tones.

78 MIN3 weeks ago
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108 - Emily Koh

107 - Kate Soper

EEpisode 107 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. Robert McClure interviews composer, performer, and writer Kate Soper. http://www.katesoper.com/ Visit www.adjectivenewmusic.com for more information about ADJ•ective New Music, the ADJ•ective Composers' Collective, and Lexical Tones.

64 MINSEP 9
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107 - Kate Soper

106 - ADJ Slumber Party

EWhen was the last time you had a good conversation, about something you love, over drinks? In this podcast composers Robert McClure, Jamie Leigh Sampson, Evan Williams, Anne Neikirk, and Andrew Martin Smith discuss their most memorable concert and festival experiences...over drinks...and (admittedly) not enough sleep!

99 MINAUG 26
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106 - ADJ Slumber Party

105 - SCI National In Review

EDuring March 25–31, 2019 the University of New Mexico Department of Music and the UNM Robb Musical Trust presented the 48th Annual John Donald Robb Composers' Symposium. As part of this festival of new music, UNM hosted the 2019 Society of Composers, Inc. National Conference. ADJ•ective New Music's Andrew Martin Smith was on campus to experience the festival first-hand...as a new music groupie! This episode features a series of short reviews with brief excerpts of music from 15 composers programmed on this year's conference, including Linda Antas (http://www.lindaantas.com), Gregory Wanamaker (https://www.gregorywanamaker.com), Emily Koh (http://www.emilykoh.net), Texu Kim (https://www.texukim.com), Amelia Kaplan (https://www.newmusicusa.org/profile/askaplan), Mike McFerron (http://www.bigcomposer.com), Brittany Green (www.brittanyjgreen.com), Mark Phillips (http://coolvillemusic.com), Ingrid Stölzel (http://www.ingridstolzel.com), Charles Halka (http://www.charleshalka.com), Leslie La Barre (http://www.leslielabarre.com), Chin Ting Chan (http://www.chintingchan.com), Andrea Reinkemeyer (https://andreareinkemeyer.com; https://posthasteduo.bandcamp.com/album/donut-robot), Frank Felice (https://www.frank-felice.com/), and Jennifer Bellor (http://www.jenniferbellor.com)… …with performances by Linda Antas (flute), John Friedrichs (bass clarinet), Amigo Saxophone Quartet, fEARnoMUSIC, Elizabeth Crawford (clarinet), Yu-Fang Chen (violin), Brandon Banks (piano), Andrea Cheeseman (clarinet), Eunmi Ko (piano), James Sterling (tenor sax), Brandon Bell (percussion), Emily Tian (piano), Pei-Lun Tsui (clarinet), Yu-Fang Chen (violin), Post-Haste Reed Duo, and The Eastman Saxophone Project (ESP).

78 MINJUN 11
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105 - SCI National In Review

104 - Live From SCI National 2019

EDuring March 25–31, 2019 the University of New Mexico Department of Music and the UNM Robb Musical Trust presented the 48th Annual John Donald Robb Composers' Symposium. As part of this festival of new music, UNM hosted the 2019 Society of Composers, Inc. National Conference. ADJ•ective New Music's Andrew Martin Smith was on campus to experience the festival first-hand...as a new music groupie! This episode features interviews with composers Anne Neikirk (https://annieneikirk.com/), Jessica Rudman (https://www.jessicarudman.com/), and Jamie Leigh Sampson (http://jamieleighsampson.weebly.com/), as they discuss works performed by Krystal Grant, The Arditti Quartet, and Third Inversion...and much more!

52 MINMAY 13
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104 - Live From SCI National 2019

103 - Live From SEAMUS 2019

EEpisode 103 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. March 21–23 the Boston Conservatory at Berklee hosted the 2019 Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) Festival [www.seamusonline.org/]. While in attendance, Robert McClure was able to catch up with other composers for interviews in between eleven concerts over three days, to discuss their pieces being performed on the festival. This week's episode of Lexical Tones concludes a three-parts series of micro interviews from SEAMUS 2019, featuring pieces written for electronic media with live performer, performed by the composers on this episode!

65 MINAPR 23
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103 - Live From SEAMUS 2019

102 - Live From SEAMUS19

EEpisode 102 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. March 21–23 the Boston Conservatory at Berklee hosted the 2019 Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) Festival [www.seamusonline.org/]. While in attendance, Robert McClure was able to catch up with other composers for interviews in between eleven concerts over three days, to discuss their pieces being performed on the festival. This week's episode of Lexical Tones continues a three-parts series of micro interviews from SEAMUS 2019, featuring pieces written for fixed media or acousmatic music composed by Carter John Rice [https://www.carterricecomposer.com/], Leah Reid [http://www.leahreidmusic.com/], and Jon Fielder [http://jonfielder.weebly.com/].

58 MINAPR 17
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102 - Live From SEAMUS19

101 - Live From SEAMUS 2019

EEpisode 101 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. March 21–23 the Boston Conservatory at Berklee hosted the 2019 Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) Festival [www.seamusonline.org/]. While in attendance, Robert McClure was able to catch up with other composers for interviews in between eleven concerts over three days, to discuss their pieces being performed on the festival. This week's episode of Lexical Tones begins a three-parts series of micro interviews from SEAMUS 2019, featuring pieces written for live performers and electronics composed by Elainie Lillios [http://elillios.com/], Per Bloland [http://www.perbloland.com/], and Jacob David Sudol [http://www.jacobsudol.com/].

68 MINAPR 8
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101 - Live From SEAMUS 2019

Latest Episodes

110 - Natalie Draper

EEpisode 110 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. Robert McClure interviews composer Natalie Draper. http://www.nataliedraper.net/ Visit www.adjectivenewmusic.com for more information about ADJ•ective New Music, the ADJ•ective Composers' Collective, and Lexical Tones.

65 MIN2 weeks ago
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110 - Natalie Draper

109 - Anthony Donofrio

EEpisode 109 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. Robert McClure interviews composer Anthony Donofrio. (https://donofrio-music.com/) Visit www.adjectivenewmusic.com for more information about ADJ•ective New Music, the ADJ•ective Composers' Collective, and Lexical Tones.

92 MIN3 weeks ago
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109 - Anthony Donofrio

108 - Emily Koh

EEpisode 108 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. Robert McClure interviews composer and double bassist. https://emilykoh.net/ Visit www.adjectivenewmusic.com for more information about ADJ•ective New Music, the ADJ•ective Composers' Collective, and Lexical Tones.

78 MIN3 weeks ago
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108 - Emily Koh

107 - Kate Soper

EEpisode 107 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. Robert McClure interviews composer, performer, and writer Kate Soper. http://www.katesoper.com/ Visit www.adjectivenewmusic.com for more information about ADJ•ective New Music, the ADJ•ective Composers' Collective, and Lexical Tones.

64 MINSEP 9
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107 - Kate Soper

106 - ADJ Slumber Party

EWhen was the last time you had a good conversation, about something you love, over drinks? In this podcast composers Robert McClure, Jamie Leigh Sampson, Evan Williams, Anne Neikirk, and Andrew Martin Smith discuss their most memorable concert and festival experiences...over drinks...and (admittedly) not enough sleep!

99 MINAUG 26
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106 - ADJ Slumber Party

105 - SCI National In Review

EDuring March 25–31, 2019 the University of New Mexico Department of Music and the UNM Robb Musical Trust presented the 48th Annual John Donald Robb Composers' Symposium. As part of this festival of new music, UNM hosted the 2019 Society of Composers, Inc. National Conference. ADJ•ective New Music's Andrew Martin Smith was on campus to experience the festival first-hand...as a new music groupie! This episode features a series of short reviews with brief excerpts of music from 15 composers programmed on this year's conference, including Linda Antas (http://www.lindaantas.com), Gregory Wanamaker (https://www.gregorywanamaker.com), Emily Koh (http://www.emilykoh.net), Texu Kim (https://www.texukim.com), Amelia Kaplan (https://www.newmusicusa.org/profile/askaplan), Mike McFerron (http://www.bigcomposer.com), Brittany Green (www.brittanyjgreen.com), Mark Phillips (http://coolvillemusic.com), Ingrid Stölzel (http://www.ingridstolzel.com), Charles Halka (http://www.charleshalka.com), Leslie La Barre (http://www.leslielabarre.com), Chin Ting Chan (http://www.chintingchan.com), Andrea Reinkemeyer (https://andreareinkemeyer.com; https://posthasteduo.bandcamp.com/album/donut-robot), Frank Felice (https://www.frank-felice.com/), and Jennifer Bellor (http://www.jenniferbellor.com)… …with performances by Linda Antas (flute), John Friedrichs (bass clarinet), Amigo Saxophone Quartet, fEARnoMUSIC, Elizabeth Crawford (clarinet), Yu-Fang Chen (violin), Brandon Banks (piano), Andrea Cheeseman (clarinet), Eunmi Ko (piano), James Sterling (tenor sax), Brandon Bell (percussion), Emily Tian (piano), Pei-Lun Tsui (clarinet), Yu-Fang Chen (violin), Post-Haste Reed Duo, and The Eastman Saxophone Project (ESP).

78 MINJUN 11
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105 - SCI National In Review

104 - Live From SCI National 2019

EDuring March 25–31, 2019 the University of New Mexico Department of Music and the UNM Robb Musical Trust presented the 48th Annual John Donald Robb Composers' Symposium. As part of this festival of new music, UNM hosted the 2019 Society of Composers, Inc. National Conference. ADJ•ective New Music's Andrew Martin Smith was on campus to experience the festival first-hand...as a new music groupie! This episode features interviews with composers Anne Neikirk (https://annieneikirk.com/), Jessica Rudman (https://www.jessicarudman.com/), and Jamie Leigh Sampson (http://jamieleighsampson.weebly.com/), as they discuss works performed by Krystal Grant, The Arditti Quartet, and Third Inversion...and much more!

52 MINMAY 13
Comments
104 - Live From SCI National 2019

103 - Live From SEAMUS 2019

EEpisode 103 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. March 21–23 the Boston Conservatory at Berklee hosted the 2019 Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) Festival [www.seamusonline.org/]. While in attendance, Robert McClure was able to catch up with other composers for interviews in between eleven concerts over three days, to discuss their pieces being performed on the festival. This week's episode of Lexical Tones concludes a three-parts series of micro interviews from SEAMUS 2019, featuring pieces written for electronic media with live performer, performed by the composers on this episode!

65 MINAPR 23
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103 - Live From SEAMUS 2019

102 - Live From SEAMUS19

EEpisode 102 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. March 21–23 the Boston Conservatory at Berklee hosted the 2019 Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) Festival [www.seamusonline.org/]. While in attendance, Robert McClure was able to catch up with other composers for interviews in between eleven concerts over three days, to discuss their pieces being performed on the festival. This week's episode of Lexical Tones continues a three-parts series of micro interviews from SEAMUS 2019, featuring pieces written for fixed media or acousmatic music composed by Carter John Rice [https://www.carterricecomposer.com/], Leah Reid [http://www.leahreidmusic.com/], and Jon Fielder [http://jonfielder.weebly.com/].

58 MINAPR 17
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102 - Live From SEAMUS19

101 - Live From SEAMUS 2019

EEpisode 101 of ADJ•ective New Music's podcast, Lexical Tones. March 21–23 the Boston Conservatory at Berklee hosted the 2019 Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) Festival [www.seamusonline.org/]. While in attendance, Robert McClure was able to catch up with other composers for interviews in between eleven concerts over three days, to discuss their pieces being performed on the festival. This week's episode of Lexical Tones begins a three-parts series of micro interviews from SEAMUS 2019, featuring pieces written for live performers and electronics composed by Elainie Lillios [http://elillios.com/], Per Bloland [http://www.perbloland.com/], and Jacob David Sudol [http://www.jacobsudol.com/].

68 MINAPR 8
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101 - Live From SEAMUS 2019