The Spot: Melodic Noise
This week on KALW's showcase for the best stories from public radio podcasts and independent radio producers...
Every Friday night, dozens of people gather around the bar at Nicola's Italian restaurant in Hawthorne, New Jersey to meet with friends, share a few drinks and sing karaoke. Reporter and Radio Producer Scott Gurian went to interview a new karaoke enthusiast: his father.
You can hear more from Big Shed by subscribing to their podcast, via iTunes.
On Random Tape, host David Weinberg produces short episodes that each feature a different found recording, whether it’s a random conversation with one of his family members, lost cassette tapes uncovered at estate sales, or quick, individual sounds he’s captured on the road that he felt were worth documenting.
In this story, Weinberg visits Architect David Dodge’s desert home, which features a particular, unintended sonic element.
If you can't get enough of tiny, sonic mysteries, then Random Tape is the podcast for you, my friend. Subscribe here.
“72 Steps Above the Green” by Geoff McQueen, contributed to the Third Coast International Audio Festival ShortDocs Challenge Collection, 2012.
Radio Producer Geoff McQueen teamed up with the project EveryBlockto dig deeper into the soundscape that dominate his neighborhood.
You can hear more from the Third Coast International Audio Festival on their podcast.
“livingvoid” by Craig Shank and George Drake Jr., originally airing on Everything Sounds, June 2014.
On this episode of Everything Sounds, hosts Craig and George talk with experimental composer, Jack Chuter about his new project, livingvoid: a sonic compilation of over 80 sonic self portraits, composed by sound artists, musicians, and everyday folks too.
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