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Independent musician and producer Jeff Gregerson brings you new voices in music on this interview and feature podcast

Latest Episodes

Nicole Yun (Eternal Summers)

Nicole Yun is the singer, guitarist and songwriter of Eternal Summers - the road-tested indie surf-rock band from Virginia. We hear about Eternal Summers and taste some of their music in this episode, but Nicole Yun's latest project is a debut full length solo album called Paper Suit, which will be released under her own name on June 7. We talked about what inspired her to make a solo record, and how she got into indie rock after studying music composition and performance in college. Paper Suit will be out on June 7th. Order a copy at nicoleyun.bandcamp.com - it's being released on vinyl and cassette. Featured in this episode: Tommie and Supernatural Babe from Paper Suit by Nicole Yun, and Millions from Correct Behavior by Eternal Summers More information and episodes at www.pinknoisepod.com, Pink Noise is produced and edited by Jeff Gregerson.

20 MINMAY 7
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Nicole Yun (Eternal Summers)

Lung

Lung is Kate Wakefield (cello and voice) and Daisy Caplan (drums). The Cincinnati duo plays cello-centered doomy hard rock, accented by Wakefield's classically-tinged vocals and Caplan's driving and nimble percussion. I talked with Lung about staying sane on lengthy tours, confronting misogyny in music, and dealing with an increasingly frustrating and creepy world. Listen to Lung at https://lunglunglung.bandcamp.com/ Find tour dates and read about Lung's misadventures at http://www.lungtheband.com

16 MINMAR 20
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Lung

Berlinist [Gris]

Today we're going to hear from Gemma Gamarra and Marco Albano, members of the Barcelona-based band Berlinist. They are the creators of the soundtrack of the video game Gris. I met Gemma & Marco in 2013 when I was on tour in Spain. At the time, Gris was not yet in development, but it was clear Marco was interested in combining his passion for music and games. The idea of the game Gris started with illustrator Conrad Roset - the game's Art Director. Playing the game involves exploring a beautiful and strange world based on Conrad's illustrations. The player has to solve location-based puzzles to advance to new areas. Gemma & Marco's soundtrack enhances the otherworldly feeling. Gris has been nominated for a bunch of awards. They've received 4 nominations in the 2019 SXSW Gaming Awards including Excellence in Musical Score, Excellence in Art, Excellence in Visual Achievement, Most Promising New Intellectual Property. I talked to Gemma & Marco about working with the art director and pro...

12 MINFEB 19
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Berlinist [Gris]

Quickie Update

An update on our friends from Season One of Pink Noise! Pink Noise alumni are movers and shakers and today we'll hear what they have in store for 2019 and beyond!

5 MINFEB 17
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Quickie Update

GULL (Street Muse)

GULL is the music performance project of Nathaniel Rappole. In this episode we'll hear about a documentary film he produced called Street Muse Kenya, and his plans for the second installment of the project in Southeast Asia. Rappole is now planning his next iteration of Street Muse, to take place in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. I talked with him and his cinematographer, Marcelo Quarantotto, about the origins of the project. You can support the next iteration of Street Muse in Southeast Asia by visiting http://www.GullFace.com. Their crowdsourcing campaign ends February 19. This episode featured clips from Street Muse Kenya, which is available to watch in full at GullFace.com We also heard selections from GULL's album Extractions. Pink Noise is produced and edited by Jeff Gregerson. You can find more episodes of Pink Noise at http://www.pinknoisepod.com

15 MINFEB 5
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GULL (Street Muse)

Turtledoves

Turtledoves is the new project of Alex and Ashley McGrath, previously known as members of the band The Soil & The Sun. As Turtledoves, Alex & Ashley use drum machines, synthesizers and electronic sequencers on their new EP, titled The Rest Is Yet To Come. The result is a driving and mesmerizing electronic rock sound. I talked with Alex and Ashley about the end of The Soil & The Sun, their travels in India and Nepal, and the formation of the new project. I also got to ask them a question I've had for years about a song by The Soil & The Sun called Arizona. The new EP by Turtledoves is available on bandcamp at turtledoves.bandcamp.com. You can also follow them on instagram at @turtledoves.vision They'll be announcing another EP and tourdates soon. Pink Noise is produced and edited by Jeff Gregerson. Listen to more episodes and subscribe at www.pinknoisepod.com

15 MINJAN 22
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Turtledoves

Lowland Hum

Lowland Hum (Daniel and Lauren Goans) spent most of the past two years crisscrossing the US and Europe and still found time to release 3 records. In this episode, we'll hear about how they are able to maintain and nourish their creative selves while living a lifestyle that can be exhausting and disorienting. Lowland Hum's new album Glyphonic will be out on February 22 and they'll be hitting the road to support the release. You can find their music and tour dates at www.lowlandhum.com Featured in this episode: "Salzburg Summer" and "Raise The Ring" from the forthcoming album Glyphonic "Palm Lines" from the 2017 album "Thin" Check out more episodes of Pink Noise by subscribing to the show in your podcasts app!

14 MINJAN 9
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Lowland Hum

Call The Hotline!

Introducing the Pink Noise Hotline! Leave your message at 571 477 1420, or email it to Hotline@PinkNoisePod.com

2 MIN2018 DEC 19
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Call The Hotline!

Michael R. Oldham

Michael R. Oldham is a composer and pianist from Chicago. Michael's compositions work with variations on a theme -- themes punctuated by so many individual motifs, then revisited as an oblique variation, as if the living theme is undergoing a rapid metamorphosis. Michael cites surrealism as an influence on his work, and it can sound as if the music is playing tricks on you, as if a pattern of notes could change colors before your eyes. Michael told me about some of his early experiences with music and movies, his dreams of Hollywood, and how he uses storytelling and visual art to add layers of depth to his inspired work. This episode features: "The Apartment" (From 3 Vignettes) "Crying in Topanga Canyon," and "A Solitary Venture On An Accidental Breeze" (from Los Angeles Miseries) "The Kiss," and "Mad Hatter Romance", from the forthcoming album In Select Theaters, and "Secret Volcanic" (from "Grand Delusions on a Small Scale.") All pieces written and performed by Michael R. Oldham. ...

14 MIN2018 DEC 11
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Michael R. Oldham

The Nunnery

The Nunnery is the songwriting project of looping vocalist Sarah Elstran. The Nunnery creates deep worlds with her voice, using a looping pedal to layer harmonies and percussion. Her performance is often accompanied by visual effects, manipulated live and projected by her husband, Erik Elstran. Sarah told me about her songwriting process, the elements she conjures musically, thematically, and visually, and the months-long tour she was on when we met. This episode features excerpts from "Fire Dove," the title track of her latest full length album, a live performance of "Space Hitchhikers" from Pony Rug, and "Under Mission," released as a single. You can find The Nunnery's music and information about live performances at www.thenunnerymusic.com Also check out Pony Rug, Sarah and Erik's live session music video channel, at www.ponyrugmusic.com/

8 MIN2018 NOV 27
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The Nunnery

Latest Episodes

Nicole Yun (Eternal Summers)

Nicole Yun is the singer, guitarist and songwriter of Eternal Summers - the road-tested indie surf-rock band from Virginia. We hear about Eternal Summers and taste some of their music in this episode, but Nicole Yun's latest project is a debut full length solo album called Paper Suit, which will be released under her own name on June 7. We talked about what inspired her to make a solo record, and how she got into indie rock after studying music composition and performance in college. Paper Suit will be out on June 7th. Order a copy at nicoleyun.bandcamp.com - it's being released on vinyl and cassette. Featured in this episode: Tommie and Supernatural Babe from Paper Suit by Nicole Yun, and Millions from Correct Behavior by Eternal Summers More information and episodes at www.pinknoisepod.com, Pink Noise is produced and edited by Jeff Gregerson.

20 MINMAY 7
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Nicole Yun (Eternal Summers)

Lung

Lung is Kate Wakefield (cello and voice) and Daisy Caplan (drums). The Cincinnati duo plays cello-centered doomy hard rock, accented by Wakefield's classically-tinged vocals and Caplan's driving and nimble percussion. I talked with Lung about staying sane on lengthy tours, confronting misogyny in music, and dealing with an increasingly frustrating and creepy world. Listen to Lung at https://lunglunglung.bandcamp.com/ Find tour dates and read about Lung's misadventures at http://www.lungtheband.com

16 MINMAR 20
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Lung

Berlinist [Gris]

Today we're going to hear from Gemma Gamarra and Marco Albano, members of the Barcelona-based band Berlinist. They are the creators of the soundtrack of the video game Gris. I met Gemma & Marco in 2013 when I was on tour in Spain. At the time, Gris was not yet in development, but it was clear Marco was interested in combining his passion for music and games. The idea of the game Gris started with illustrator Conrad Roset - the game's Art Director. Playing the game involves exploring a beautiful and strange world based on Conrad's illustrations. The player has to solve location-based puzzles to advance to new areas. Gemma & Marco's soundtrack enhances the otherworldly feeling. Gris has been nominated for a bunch of awards. They've received 4 nominations in the 2019 SXSW Gaming Awards including Excellence in Musical Score, Excellence in Art, Excellence in Visual Achievement, Most Promising New Intellectual Property. I talked to Gemma & Marco about working with the art director and pro...

12 MINFEB 19
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Berlinist [Gris]

Quickie Update

An update on our friends from Season One of Pink Noise! Pink Noise alumni are movers and shakers and today we'll hear what they have in store for 2019 and beyond!

5 MINFEB 17
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Quickie Update

GULL (Street Muse)

GULL is the music performance project of Nathaniel Rappole. In this episode we'll hear about a documentary film he produced called Street Muse Kenya, and his plans for the second installment of the project in Southeast Asia. Rappole is now planning his next iteration of Street Muse, to take place in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. I talked with him and his cinematographer, Marcelo Quarantotto, about the origins of the project. You can support the next iteration of Street Muse in Southeast Asia by visiting http://www.GullFace.com. Their crowdsourcing campaign ends February 19. This episode featured clips from Street Muse Kenya, which is available to watch in full at GullFace.com We also heard selections from GULL's album Extractions. Pink Noise is produced and edited by Jeff Gregerson. You can find more episodes of Pink Noise at http://www.pinknoisepod.com

15 MINFEB 5
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GULL (Street Muse)

Turtledoves

Turtledoves is the new project of Alex and Ashley McGrath, previously known as members of the band The Soil & The Sun. As Turtledoves, Alex & Ashley use drum machines, synthesizers and electronic sequencers on their new EP, titled The Rest Is Yet To Come. The result is a driving and mesmerizing electronic rock sound. I talked with Alex and Ashley about the end of The Soil & The Sun, their travels in India and Nepal, and the formation of the new project. I also got to ask them a question I've had for years about a song by The Soil & The Sun called Arizona. The new EP by Turtledoves is available on bandcamp at turtledoves.bandcamp.com. You can also follow them on instagram at @turtledoves.vision They'll be announcing another EP and tourdates soon. Pink Noise is produced and edited by Jeff Gregerson. Listen to more episodes and subscribe at www.pinknoisepod.com

15 MINJAN 22
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Turtledoves

Lowland Hum

Lowland Hum (Daniel and Lauren Goans) spent most of the past two years crisscrossing the US and Europe and still found time to release 3 records. In this episode, we'll hear about how they are able to maintain and nourish their creative selves while living a lifestyle that can be exhausting and disorienting. Lowland Hum's new album Glyphonic will be out on February 22 and they'll be hitting the road to support the release. You can find their music and tour dates at www.lowlandhum.com Featured in this episode: "Salzburg Summer" and "Raise The Ring" from the forthcoming album Glyphonic "Palm Lines" from the 2017 album "Thin" Check out more episodes of Pink Noise by subscribing to the show in your podcasts app!

14 MINJAN 9
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Lowland Hum

Call The Hotline!

Introducing the Pink Noise Hotline! Leave your message at 571 477 1420, or email it to Hotline@PinkNoisePod.com

2 MIN2018 DEC 19
Comments
Call The Hotline!

Michael R. Oldham

Michael R. Oldham is a composer and pianist from Chicago. Michael's compositions work with variations on a theme -- themes punctuated by so many individual motifs, then revisited as an oblique variation, as if the living theme is undergoing a rapid metamorphosis. Michael cites surrealism as an influence on his work, and it can sound as if the music is playing tricks on you, as if a pattern of notes could change colors before your eyes. Michael told me about some of his early experiences with music and movies, his dreams of Hollywood, and how he uses storytelling and visual art to add layers of depth to his inspired work. This episode features: "The Apartment" (From 3 Vignettes) "Crying in Topanga Canyon," and "A Solitary Venture On An Accidental Breeze" (from Los Angeles Miseries) "The Kiss," and "Mad Hatter Romance", from the forthcoming album In Select Theaters, and "Secret Volcanic" (from "Grand Delusions on a Small Scale.") All pieces written and performed by Michael R. Oldham. ...

14 MIN2018 DEC 11
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Michael R. Oldham

The Nunnery

The Nunnery is the songwriting project of looping vocalist Sarah Elstran. The Nunnery creates deep worlds with her voice, using a looping pedal to layer harmonies and percussion. Her performance is often accompanied by visual effects, manipulated live and projected by her husband, Erik Elstran. Sarah told me about her songwriting process, the elements she conjures musically, thematically, and visually, and the months-long tour she was on when we met. This episode features excerpts from "Fire Dove," the title track of her latest full length album, a live performance of "Space Hitchhikers" from Pony Rug, and "Under Mission," released as a single. You can find The Nunnery's music and information about live performances at www.thenunnerymusic.com Also check out Pony Rug, Sarah and Erik's live session music video channel, at www.ponyrugmusic.com/

8 MIN2018 NOV 27
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The Nunnery