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The independently produced podcast that explores the sounds all around us; in art and music movements through history.

Latest Episodes

Underscore: Ami Dang

Welcome to this episode of Sonosphere where we underscore Ami Dang, South Asian-American vocalist, sitarist, composer and producer from Baltimore Maryland. We discussed how her cultural heritage rooted in the Sikh religion informs and influences her work today, and how she approaches the sitar while utilizing modern noise, ambient, and electronic sounds in her music. We also discuss the making of her latest album Parted Plains out now on Leaving Records. More info: www.sonospherepodcast.com

23 MIN1 w ago
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Underscore: Ami Dang

Underscore: David T. Little

How has information shaped our lives? Are we really privy to all the knowledge available? David T. Little's new album, AGENCY, seeks to investigate these questions. On this episode we highlight composer David T. Little.The composer has a background that is as eclectic as his new album, AGENCY. By combining all of these influencesDavid is ushering in a new age of opera. Sonosphere enjoyed a phone call with David as we talked about AGENCY as well as his path to this point in his illustrious career. more information at sonospherepodcast.com

24 MINOCT 28
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Underscore: David T. Little

Underscore: Carolina Eyck

On this episode we talk with CarolinaEyck, one of the world’s foremost thereminist, about growing up with classical music and how she knew the Theremin would be her thing. Eyck releases her third LP forButterscotch Records,Elegies for Theremin & Voice, onSeptember 27th. Ten pieces form a haunting work reflecting sadness and loss, anger and depression. Eyck shares with Sonosphere the process of composing the record. She reminds us it's okay to feel it all, necessary even, to properly remember and love those we miss. Her U.S. tour dates and more at www.sonospherepodcast.com @sonospod

19 MINSEP 22
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Underscore: Carolina Eyck

About the Sarod...

This episode of Sonosphere features the North Indian instrument, the sarod. One of the most popular instruments in Hindustani music, the sarod's 20th century master was Indian composer, teacher and musician, Ali Akbar Khan. We speak with contemporary sarod virtuoso, Ken Zuckerman about mastering the demanding instrument and how he and Khan brought various innovations and inventions to the sound. For more info visit www.sonospherepodcast.com @sonospod

21 MINAUG 29
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About the Sarod...

Underscore: Composer Alex Weston

Welcome to Sonosphere's Underscore series where we highlight composers, artists, creators, and more. This episode we highlight Alex Weston, a New York-based composer. This month he released his score for the Lulu Wang film The Farewell. On this episode we talk with him about his process for The Farewell and his approach to music in film versus his approach to commissioned works for live dance and others. Enjoy this month's Underscore. For more information visit sonospherepodcast.com

10 MINJUL 25
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Underscore: Composer Alex Weston

A Mix by Memphis Concrete Festival Founder Robert Traxler

Welcome to Sonosphere radio, today we welcome Robert Traxler, founder of the Memphis Concrete experimental music festival happening this month in Memphis – June 29th and 30th. In its third year, the Memphis Concrete music festival is featuring headliners Matmos, Moor Mother, Rapoon, Mykel Boyd, Tavishi and featuring a live score of the original Tron – all right here in Memphis at Crosstown Arts. For more information and a track list visit sonospherepodcast.com

62 MINJUN 22
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A Mix by Memphis Concrete Festival Founder Robert Traxler

Sonosphere Radio: Tape Night with Natalie Hoffman of Nots & Optic Sink

Welcome to Sonosphere radio. Occasionally, Sonosphere will post playlists curated by artists, record label owners, music enthusiasts, DJs, and sometimes by us. This week we’ll hear a collaborative mixtape session with from Natalie Hoffman of the band NOTS fame. She has a project now with Memphis DJ and electronic artist Ben Bauermeister called Optic Sink. Check out Optic Sink at the Memphis Concrete Festival June 29 and 30th – tickets on sale now. Learn more at facebook.com/memphisconcrete/ Don’t miss Memphis Concrete this month at Crosstown Arts and enjoy this mix! Track list at sonospherepodcast.com

59 MINJUN 10
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Sonosphere Radio: Tape Night with Natalie Hoffman of Nots & Optic Sink

Nadah El Shazly

Welcome to Sonosphere, the podcast that explores the sounds all around us. The first artist we present in our 2019 Sound Observation series is Nadah El Shazly, Egyptian composer, musician and producer. She will be performing at Crosstown Arts' Green Room in Memphis, TN on May 31st as a part of her first tour in the U.S. We are so excited to have her in Memphis. Performance at 8pm. Sonosphere spoke briefly with Nadah prior to her show. She talks about collaborating in the Cairo music scene, her debut album and her experiences on her first U.S. tour. Thanks for listening.

14 MINMAY 29
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Nadah El Shazly

Drones: A Brief History of Sustained Tones in Music

In this month's episode of Sonosphere, we focus on the use of drone sounds in music. There is a lot to cover with Drone music, often known as a part of the genre of Minimalism and modern ambient. Sonosphere caught up with Joanna Demers, author of Listening Through the Noise: The Aesthetics of Experimental Electronic Music, Drone and Apocalypse, and others. We will focus on the drone itself, what is drone music, and the common drone instruments as a continuation of the Birth of Modern Music series on avant-garde, classical music and minimalism. This episode begins with the evolution of the drone sound as a musical style and aesthetic used in many parts of the world. Join us! www.sonospherepodcast.com @sonospod

18 MINMAR 1
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Drones: A Brief History of Sustained Tones in Music

Sound Observation Series: Composer Nicole Mitchell

Sonosphere's last Sound Observations series for 2018 ended on a high note. We welcomed Nicole Mitchell to perform flute with electronics. Thanks to Nicole Mitchell and Crosstown Arts for their partnership in this series. More information at sonospherepodcast.com and subscribe on itunes, follow us on social media @sonospod

44 MINJAN 31
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Sound Observation Series: Composer Nicole Mitchell

Latest Episodes

Underscore: Ami Dang

Welcome to this episode of Sonosphere where we underscore Ami Dang, South Asian-American vocalist, sitarist, composer and producer from Baltimore Maryland. We discussed how her cultural heritage rooted in the Sikh religion informs and influences her work today, and how she approaches the sitar while utilizing modern noise, ambient, and electronic sounds in her music. We also discuss the making of her latest album Parted Plains out now on Leaving Records. More info: www.sonospherepodcast.com

23 MIN1 w ago
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Underscore: Ami Dang

Underscore: David T. Little

How has information shaped our lives? Are we really privy to all the knowledge available? David T. Little's new album, AGENCY, seeks to investigate these questions. On this episode we highlight composer David T. Little.The composer has a background that is as eclectic as his new album, AGENCY. By combining all of these influencesDavid is ushering in a new age of opera. Sonosphere enjoyed a phone call with David as we talked about AGENCY as well as his path to this point in his illustrious career. more information at sonospherepodcast.com

24 MINOCT 28
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Underscore: David T. Little

Underscore: Carolina Eyck

On this episode we talk with CarolinaEyck, one of the world’s foremost thereminist, about growing up with classical music and how she knew the Theremin would be her thing. Eyck releases her third LP forButterscotch Records,Elegies for Theremin & Voice, onSeptember 27th. Ten pieces form a haunting work reflecting sadness and loss, anger and depression. Eyck shares with Sonosphere the process of composing the record. She reminds us it's okay to feel it all, necessary even, to properly remember and love those we miss. Her U.S. tour dates and more at www.sonospherepodcast.com @sonospod

19 MINSEP 22
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Underscore: Carolina Eyck

About the Sarod...

This episode of Sonosphere features the North Indian instrument, the sarod. One of the most popular instruments in Hindustani music, the sarod's 20th century master was Indian composer, teacher and musician, Ali Akbar Khan. We speak with contemporary sarod virtuoso, Ken Zuckerman about mastering the demanding instrument and how he and Khan brought various innovations and inventions to the sound. For more info visit www.sonospherepodcast.com @sonospod

21 MINAUG 29
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About the Sarod...

Underscore: Composer Alex Weston

Welcome to Sonosphere's Underscore series where we highlight composers, artists, creators, and more. This episode we highlight Alex Weston, a New York-based composer. This month he released his score for the Lulu Wang film The Farewell. On this episode we talk with him about his process for The Farewell and his approach to music in film versus his approach to commissioned works for live dance and others. Enjoy this month's Underscore. For more information visit sonospherepodcast.com

10 MINJUL 25
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Underscore: Composer Alex Weston

A Mix by Memphis Concrete Festival Founder Robert Traxler

Welcome to Sonosphere radio, today we welcome Robert Traxler, founder of the Memphis Concrete experimental music festival happening this month in Memphis – June 29th and 30th. In its third year, the Memphis Concrete music festival is featuring headliners Matmos, Moor Mother, Rapoon, Mykel Boyd, Tavishi and featuring a live score of the original Tron – all right here in Memphis at Crosstown Arts. For more information and a track list visit sonospherepodcast.com

62 MINJUN 22
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A Mix by Memphis Concrete Festival Founder Robert Traxler

Sonosphere Radio: Tape Night with Natalie Hoffman of Nots & Optic Sink

Welcome to Sonosphere radio. Occasionally, Sonosphere will post playlists curated by artists, record label owners, music enthusiasts, DJs, and sometimes by us. This week we’ll hear a collaborative mixtape session with from Natalie Hoffman of the band NOTS fame. She has a project now with Memphis DJ and electronic artist Ben Bauermeister called Optic Sink. Check out Optic Sink at the Memphis Concrete Festival June 29 and 30th – tickets on sale now. Learn more at facebook.com/memphisconcrete/ Don’t miss Memphis Concrete this month at Crosstown Arts and enjoy this mix! Track list at sonospherepodcast.com

59 MINJUN 10
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Sonosphere Radio: Tape Night with Natalie Hoffman of Nots & Optic Sink

Nadah El Shazly

Welcome to Sonosphere, the podcast that explores the sounds all around us. The first artist we present in our 2019 Sound Observation series is Nadah El Shazly, Egyptian composer, musician and producer. She will be performing at Crosstown Arts' Green Room in Memphis, TN on May 31st as a part of her first tour in the U.S. We are so excited to have her in Memphis. Performance at 8pm. Sonosphere spoke briefly with Nadah prior to her show. She talks about collaborating in the Cairo music scene, her debut album and her experiences on her first U.S. tour. Thanks for listening.

14 MINMAY 29
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Nadah El Shazly

Drones: A Brief History of Sustained Tones in Music

In this month's episode of Sonosphere, we focus on the use of drone sounds in music. There is a lot to cover with Drone music, often known as a part of the genre of Minimalism and modern ambient. Sonosphere caught up with Joanna Demers, author of Listening Through the Noise: The Aesthetics of Experimental Electronic Music, Drone and Apocalypse, and others. We will focus on the drone itself, what is drone music, and the common drone instruments as a continuation of the Birth of Modern Music series on avant-garde, classical music and minimalism. This episode begins with the evolution of the drone sound as a musical style and aesthetic used in many parts of the world. Join us! www.sonospherepodcast.com @sonospod

18 MINMAR 1
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Drones: A Brief History of Sustained Tones in Music

Sound Observation Series: Composer Nicole Mitchell

Sonosphere's last Sound Observations series for 2018 ended on a high note. We welcomed Nicole Mitchell to perform flute with electronics. Thanks to Nicole Mitchell and Crosstown Arts for their partnership in this series. More information at sonospherepodcast.com and subscribe on itunes, follow us on social media @sonospod

44 MINJAN 31
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Sound Observation Series: Composer Nicole Mitchell
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