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RADIO & PODCASTS
Recorded live in the studios at Jack Straw Productions, this hour-long program featuring new music and sound art made by Pacific Northwest artists. Sonarchy is broadcast every Sunday night from midnight to 1am on KEXP 90.3-FM in Seattle and live on the web at KEXP.org. Sonarchy is now into its 17th year, and thanks to KEXP's inspired use of technology, each new show can be heard in its entirety for two weeks following the broadcast in several streaming audio formats. Doug Haire is the producer and mixes these shows live.
If you are interested in performing on Sonarchy, click here to go to the Sonarchy FAQ.
KEXP 90.3 FM
Selected shows are now available as podcasts. Go to http://www.kexp.org/podcasting/podcasting.asp#sonarchy.
Photos by Naomi Campbell of a Sonarchy session with Ahamefule J. Oluo and the New Seattle Brass Ensemble:
November 24th: Of Magic
Wake up the living through profound interaction. Paul Hoskin - bari sax, Lori Goldston - amplified cello, Jaison Scott, Dave Abramson and Greg Campbell - drum kits.
December 1st: Gyre
Highly-skilled listeners form electronics trio to produce a spiral of atmospheric phenomena. Michael Shannon, David Stanford, and Carl Lierman.
December 8th: Rik Wright's Fundamental Forces
New jazz music for quartet. Rik - guitar, composer, James Dejoie - reeds, Geoff Harper - bass and Greg Campbell - drums.
December 15th: Syrinx Effect
Naomi Siegel and Kate Olson start with trombone and soprano sax and finish with a deep electric sound informed by jazz and folk music traditions.
December 22nd: Ron Fein
Live improvisation at the piano with pre-recorded material finds this composer giving perspective to life on earth.
December 29th: Trans-Pecos
A desert soundtrack for a long winter night.