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Thrash at the rehearsal room, transcending cheap music, collapsing nature and artifice. The analog noise artist discusses three important albums. Yuko's picks: Slayer – Reign In Blood Pink Floyd – The Dark Side Of The Moon Monolake – Gobi. The Desert Yuko's new record, End Of Trilogy, is out now on Room40. Follow Yuko on Instagram over here, and Tu…
 
The opposite of politeness, sucky sucky bloodsuckers, ego destruction on the subway. The two improvisatory collaborators discuss their important albums. Chris' picks: Caroline Kraabel – Now We Are One Two Art Ensemble Of Chicago – Chi-Congo Bill's picks: Jaynez Cortez And The Firespitters – There It Is Ronald Shannon Jackson – Pulse The duo's new a…
 
Snot-caked pants, wild banshee shit, the cadence and emphasis of Robert Ashley. The New York-based composer and multi-instrumentalist discusses three important albums. Ka's picks: Love – Forever Changes Sonny Sharrock – Black Woman Eliane Radigue – Songs Of Milarepa Ka's new album, Vivification Exercises I, is out now on RVNG Intl. Check out Ka's w…
 
12 seconds of Stockhausen, high-altitude Frank Ocean, the power of SOPHIE. The Vancouver-based composer and music educator discusses three important albums. Sarah's picks: Karlheinz Stockhausen – Kontakte Frank Ocean – Blonde SOPHIE – Oil Of Every Pearl's Un-Insides Sarah's YouTube channel is called Sounds Good – find that here – while her music is…
 
Sitting in a room, Hip Hop Connections, looking for a breadfruit tree. The Blackburn-based artist, radio DJ, podcast producer and lecturer discusses three important albums. Paul's picks: De La Soul – 3 Feet High And Rising The Congos – Heart Of The Congos Alvin Lucier – I Am Sitting In A Room Paul's latest solo record, Cobblestones & Kitchari, is o…
 
Releasing your giant, rural music in the city, stealing the cat from the temple. The Bangkok-based artist discusses three important albums. Pisitakun's picks: Pornsak Songsaeng – สาวจันทร์กั้งโกบ Jing.com – มันส์ ม่วน คัก Buddhist chants – Malai chant / Giant chant Check out Absolute C.O.U.P. on the Chinabot Bandcamp. Hear more Pisitakun over at So…
 
Invocations for judgement and destruction, sons of nature, reimagining the music of Indonesia. Wukir Suryadi and Rully Shabara discuss three important albums. Senyawa's picks: Gugus Gema – S/T Sawung Jabo/Iwan Fals – Dalbo Church Universal And Triumphant, Inc. Featuring Elizabeth Clare Prophet ‎– The Sounds Of American Doomsday Cults Alkisah is out…
 
Battling the beast of boredom, choosing the bloodstream over the live stream, being cooler than Santa Claus. The Portland-based abstract sound musician discusses three important albums. Daniel's picks: Alvin Lucier – Music On A Long Thin Wire Die Kreuzen – S/T Diamanda Galás – Litanies Of Satan Daniel's wonderful new record The Soaring is available…
 
Ethereal spatiality, appropriated memories of home, millennial mythos. The multimedia artist from Mexico discusses three important albums. Laura's picks: Golden Living Room – Welcome Home Core Of The Coalman – Mystery Odes Bath Consolidated – Narryer Gneiss Terrane Laura's latest record, Tuberose, is out now on Whited Sepulchre. Listen/buy on Bandc…
 
Lockdown dance parties, loosening the Nutcracker's limbs, finding space to breathe. The songwriter and saxophonist discusses three important albums. Ashley's picks: Jonathan Richman – I, Jonathan Duke Ellington – The Nutcracker Suite Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society – Mandatory Reality Ashley's excellent new record, Ray, is out now on Sl…
 
Consolidations of love, breaking fourth walls, strength with machines. Camila de Laborde and Daniel Hermann-Collini discuss their important albums. Camila Fuchs' picks: Jenny Berger Myhre – Lint Leila – Like Weather Flying Lizards – Fourth Wall The KLF – The White Room Spacemen 3 – Recurring The duo's new record, Kids Talk Sun, is out now via Felte…
 
Resonances in empty libraries, unseen Mingus vibing, high school post-rock discoveries. John Daniel discusses three important albums. John's picks: Charles Mingus – Ken Burns Jazz Do Make Say Think – Goodbye Enemy Airship The Landlord Is Dead Stars Of The Lid – Avec Laudenum Check out the Forest Management website here, and head over to the Reserve…
 
Beautiful choreography, explorations of cinematic spaces, cassette collections in the back of the photograph. Sarah Badr discusses three important albums. Sarah's picks: Fairuz – Maarifti Feek Roly Porter – Aftertime Toumani Diabaté + Ballaké Sissoko – New Ancient Strings The latest FRKTL album, Excision After Love Collapses, is available over at B…
 
Banning all cymbals, post-hardcore road trips, low frequency earworms. The New Orleans musician discusses three important albums. Melissa's picks: Peter Gabriel – 3 (Melt) Unwound – Fake Train Björk – Post The new MJ Guider record, Sour Cherry Bell, is out now via Kranky. Check it out on Bandcamp, and be sure to watch the two beautiful videos for F…
 
The omnipresence of data, Bandcamp soul/sound-searching, goofy classical. The scientist, artist and community organiser discusses three important albums. Sarmistha's picks: Moor Mother – Analog Fluids Of Sonic Black Holes R. D. Burman – Padosan OST Maria Chavez – Plays Pan Daijing – Lack Check out Tavishi's music on their Bandcamp or over on the CH…
 
Dub reggae masterclasses, cacophonous veganism, ambient treasure troves. The musician and producer discusses three important albums (and an honourable mention). Kush's picks: Skinny Puppy – Too Dark Park Various – Jah Warrior Showcase Volahn – Aq'Ab'Al Honourable mention: Pete Namlook + Jonah Sharp – Alien Community Part 1 + 2 Find Only Now on Band…
 
Waves of timelessness, electromagnetic chandelier recordings, Minilogue improvisations. The Nairobi-based sound artist discusses three (well, four) important albums. Joseph's picks: Ana Roxanne – ~​~​~ Chris Watson – El Tren Fantasma Rival Consoles – Persona Honourable mention: Idrissa Soumaoro – Djitoumou The new KMRU record Peel is out now on Edi…
 
Fearless four-track improvisations, spiritual jazz recurrence, manipulations of passing time. Lorena Quintanilla discusses three important albums. Lorena's picks: Los Llamarada – Gone Gone Cold Phil Cohran & Legacy – African Skies Éliane Radigue – Trilogie De La Mort The new J. Zunz record, Hibiscus, is out 21st August via Rocket Recordings. Check …
 
Volcanic psychedelia, flanger sweep obsessions, monuments in the mountains. The musician, poet and teacher discusses three important albums. Steve's picks: Pink Floyd – Live At Pompeii African Head Charge – Off The Beaten Track Jóhann Jóhannsson + Yair Elazar Glotman + Tilda Swinton – Last And First Men Head over to Neurot Recordings to pre-order S…
 
Listening to assholes, inner/outer presentations of self, power chords over trap beats. The Texas-based artist discusses three important albums. Claire's picks: Lil Peep – Come Over When You're Sober Pt. 1 Sun Kil Moon – Among The Leaves OIivia Block – Karren Head over to Claire's website for information on her releases, including her incredible re…
 
Excursions into outer jazz, marbles against metal, empty Tokyo streets. The New York composer, performer and sound designer discusses three important albums. Lea's picks: Charles Mingus – The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady Bernard Parmegiani – De Natura Sonorum Keiji Haino – Black Blues Lea's latest album Acoustic Shadows is out now on SA Recordin…
 
The case for BTS, a complicated relationship to jazz, drunken birthday improvisations. The cellist, composer and improviser discusses three important albums. Okkyung's picks: Kim Hyun Chul – Vol. 1 Duke Jordan Trio – Flight To Denmark Pieter Wispelwey – Ligeti's Sonata For Violoncello Solo Okkyung's latest album Yeo-Neun is out now on Shelter Press…
 
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Black Sabbath backseat boombox, clearing the room with Melvins, 100 miles of Neurosis. The author of Doomed To Fail: The Incredibly Loud History Of Doom, Sludge And Post-Metal discusses three important albums. J.J.'s picks: Black Sabbath – S/T Melvins – Gluey Porch Treatments Neurosis – Through Silver In Blood J.J.'s website is over here, and you c…
 
Choral jet engines, childhood dictaphones, not giving a fuck. The vocalist, composer and improviser discusses three important albums. Ingrid's picks: Ruby – Salt Peter Roomful Of Teeth – S/T Tanya Tagaq – Animism You can check out Ingrid's ongoing project Dulme on her website or over at Bandcamp. Her improvisatory trio with Graham Dunning and Anton…
 
Monolithian matter, melting Arvo Pärt in a pan, finding the hidden trumpets. The Tehran-based composer discusses three important albums. Siavash's picks: Keith Jarrett (with Jan Garbarek) – Luminessence Alfred Schnittke – Requiem Kevin Drumm – Sheer Hellish Miasma Keep pace with Siavash's activities on Twitter. His collaboration with Saåad, titled …
 
Finding the source, German vocoder waltzes, memorising every sprinkle. The musician, author and podcaster discusses three important albums. Cory's picks: Alice Coltrane – Journey In Satchidananda Atom™ – Liedgut J Dilla – Donuts Cory's new book is called Now Is The Way: An Unconventional Approach To Modern Mindfulness. You can get it here, where yo…
 
Reaching for trance states, peer-to-peer discoveries, the myth of technological neutrality. The Berlin-based artist discusses three important albums. Jessica's picks: György Ligeti / Pierre-Laurent Aimard – Works For Piano Missy Elliott – Miss E...So Addictive Alva Noto – Xerrox Vol. 2 Jessica's album Multivocal is out on Important Records. Check o…
 
Episode Recommendations Material Matters with Grant Gibson — Simone ten Hompel on silver Disneyland for Designers — Designing the Haunted Mansion 13 Minutes to the Moon — Ep.03 Long Island Eagle Patrick Hill is Developer, Community Manager and 1/2 of the Master of One podcast. We're @episode_party on Twitter. We'll back in a month or so with new ep…
 
Vocal frequency doppelgängers, selling souls to the devil, kick roll anthems. The Berlin-based producer discusses three important albums. Kyoka's picks: Frank Bretschneider – EXP Tricky – Maxinquaye Eomac – Bedouin Trax Listen to the fabulous new Lena Andersson record over at the Raster Bandcamp, where you can also find solo releases by Kyoka. The …
 
Episode recommendations That Classical Podcast — 40 - "Foot Tragedies and 'Artistic' Naked Bits": Strozzi & Lully The Guilty Feminist — #3 Apologising with Jo Caulfield Going Through It — Ellen Pao Ameya Nagarajan is a journalist who set up India's first newsroom podcast network, Express Audio She's @ameyann on Instagram and we're @episode_party on…
 
Episode recommendations Ctrl Alt Delete — #202 Jess Pan This Podcast Will Kill You — Season 1 Episode 3 - Gnarlypox Numberphile — Delicious Problems – with Hannah Fry Jess Nash is a long-time listener of Episode Party and prolific podcast listener in general. We're @episode_party on Twitter.By Jack Chuter and Freddie Harrison
 
Episode recommendations Broken Record — Questlove Part 2 The Soundtrack Show — Doom and Gloom: Music has a word for "Death" Chart Music — #39: May 21st 1981 – Grill Equals Fanny The Trap Set With Joe Wong — 019: Milford Graves Bob and Adam are two of the hosts from Diane podcast — a show about Twin Peaks. They're @DianePodcast on Twitter and we're …
 
Pigs in shit, breezy French vibes, humorous absurdity. The Australian composer and multi-instrumentalist discusses three important albums. Oren's picks: Pat Metheny – Offramp Annette Peacock – X-Dreams Godley & Creme – Freeze Frame Oren's latest solo record, titled Simian Angel, is out now via Editions Mego. His website is over here and you can fol…
 
Episode recommendations The Casual Birder — Episode 56: The Corvid Family IndieHackers — Episode 34 - Making $125,000 a Month as a Solo Founder with Mike Carson of Park.io Should This Exist? — Boom: The Return of the Supersonic Jet Radiolab — The Rhino Hunter Ali and Taimur are the hosts of the wonderful Not Overthinking podcast. They're @aliabdaal…
 
Episode recommendations Strong Songs — “Single Ladies” by Beyonce Richest Hill — Episode 1: Butte's Precarious Arrangement Without Fail — Ira Glass: The Man Who Launched a Thousand Podcasts Joe DeGrand is a documentary filmmaker creating the web-series “You Are Listening To”. We're @episode_party on Twitter.…
 
Episode recommendations History of Fun — The history of karaoke National Features and Documentary Series — The Runners’ Guide The VS Podcast — Don Share vs 150,000 Poems Giordana Caputo is the CEO of Australia's Community Media Training Organisation. We're @episode_party on Twitter.By Jack Chuter and Freddie Harrison
 
Faith's picks: Swans – Soundtracks For The Blind Einstürzende Neubauten – Zeichnungen Des Patienten O.T. Earth – Hibernaculum Head over the Faith's blog for updates on her work, along with links to her various projects (all of them great). Mamiffer and Barnett+Coloccia both have a Bandcamp, as does SIGE. Her collaboration with Jon Mueller and Aidan…
 
Episode Recommendations Analysis – Will humans survive the century? The Shadow Trap – Case 16: The Corporation! feat. Robocop (1987) Here Be Monsters – HBM101: Much Corruption Ross Sutherland is a poet, playwright and audiomaker who creates the incredible Imaginary Advice podcast. His official website is here. Ross is on Twitter as @rossgsutherland…
 
Episode Recommendations Pessimists Archive — Recorded Music Songonauts — Episode 1 - Into the Songoverse Beef and Dairy Network — Episode 4 - Eli Roberts The Dream — Episode 1: Wanna Swim in Cash? Thom Wong is a copywriter and content designer. His website is supergranular.com, his podcast is Present Company Excepted and he's performing in Noser: T…
 
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