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This month’s podcast is another in the Remote Variation Series, featuring Anders Nils from Brooklyn, NY. Its very ambient; minimal and droney. Anders Nils is an electronic musician and producer who primarily focuses on generative ambient music, sound design and instrumental soundtracks. He uses a modular synthesizer, software synths and guitars fed…
 
This month’s podcast is another in the Remote Variations series, featuring BioMeSS. Its a journey into deep sonic space; ranging from subtle drones to angular blasts of noise and amazing textures. BioMechanical ShapeShifters (or BioMeSS for short) is the project of Floyd Bledsoe from Trenton, New Jersey. The name has been used for his electronic mu…
 
This month’s podcast is another in the Remote Variations series featuring Modulator ESP from Nottingham, UK. Its super-spacey, droney stuff! Modulator ESP is an adventurer in sound. He produces improvised experimental soundscapes, using synthesizers, sampling,sequencing, looping and processing to create strange worlds of sound somewhere between amb…
 
This month’s podcast features sound artist/therapist Katie Down. It was recorded binaurally in Katie’s loft instrumentarium where Katie played flute, and glass and metal instruments. Its always a treat to play with acoustic instruments and Katie creates some amazing sounds and textures on hers! This one is quite immersive and best experienced in he…
 
This month’s podcast is from the final Space Out, Outside of 2020. It took place on a still not too cold afternoon in October and features synthesists David Mason and Michael Lutomski. David Mason and Michael Lutomski. That’s my stuff in the foreground. We covered a lot of sonic territory that afternoon; there are some great electronic textures, we…
 
This month’s podcast is a field recording of a very ambient solo performance at Quiet Village 3.0 which was a backyard show that took place September 27, 2020. There’s a nice intimacy about this recording; you can hear the squeaks of my chair, the acoustic sound of my guitar and birds flying by. It fits well with the Quiet Village ethos of ambient …
 
This month’s podcast features sonic explorations for Battle of the Ancients, a board game from my friends at Gilded Skull Games that should be coming out next year. (The Battle of the Ancients Kickstarter is live now, check it out!) Here I explore the quieter, more ambient aspects of the sound of Battle of the Ancients; trying to come up with theme…
 
This month’s podcast features electronic musician Charles Shriner from Indianapolis, Indiana. Unlike previous remote variations, this one was a live, real-time collaboration using the Jamkazam platform, which worked quite well. I think the end result is comparable to collaborations recorded live in my studio. Charles cleaned up and mixed the files …
 
This month’s podcast is from a July 2020 Space Out, Outside performance featuring Bob Brass, and John Lutz. It a weird one!! All electronics with plenty of noise and drone, so buckle up and enjoy the ride. If you enjoyed this podcast, please SUPPORT Errant Space via Patreon. Never miss a podcast, SUBSCRIBE! with Apple Podcasts or Feedburner.…
 
This month’s podcast features some beautiful, contemplative improvisations with pianist Sandy Santra. These recordings capture our first time playing together; I think there’s a special quality that comes through as we learn to communicate musically. And it’s always nice to play with an acoustic instrument, as I spend so much time in the world of e…
 
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