On Sept. 18, The Zombies will perform a global, live-streamed concert from Abbey Road in London, where they recorded their opus Odessey & Oracle in 1967.
It will be the band’s only 2021 performance due to COVID. To celebrate the occasion, Rod
On his weekly show, Elevation Through Sound, Ale plays the obscure gems your ears have always craved but never come across. Elevation through Sound provides lucky listeners with a journey through the full sound spectrum.
Alejandro Cohen is a mu
dublab Intermission Studio brings together musicians, sound artists and writers from the Unsound LP & Book project ‘Intermission’. This first episode features a round table discussion between Chris Watson, Jana Winderen and Kristen Gallerneaux
closing out the dublab intermission series is this splendid conversation between Jlin & Moor Mother with moderator Miss Modular – the pair discuss their contributions to Unsound’s Intermission project and much, much more
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dublab Intermission Studio brings together musicians, sound artists and writers from the Unsound LP & Book project ‘Intermission’.
This second episode features a round table discussion between musicians Tim Hecker and Ben Frost with writer Andy
One of the most inspired of producer Adrian Sherwood’s many collaborations is the early-’80s dub project New Age Steppers – a loosely-configured collective of British and Jamaican musicians that primarily centered on Sherwood’s studio alchemy a
John Girgus from the bands Aberdeen, Languis & Legendary House Cats had the opportunity to “interview” John Cooper Clarke for dublab. Here is what he had to say:
What hasn’t already been said about the great John Cooper Clarke? What already has
To coincide with the opening of the Mixing Colors Installation at Jerry Moss Plaza at The Music Center in Los Angeles & the announcement of ‘A Quiet Scene: LA’ film project in collaboration with Deutsche Grammophon, dublab welcomes Brian Eno an
Damo Suzuki, best known as the former lead singer of the German krautrock band Can, is interviewed on dublab. Suzuki also plays some music off his latest record. Tune in!
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SunEye Radio (Hashim & Akiko Bharoocha) interviewed legendary Japanese pianist, composer, producer, actor, and activist, Ryuichi Sakamoto, in 2019 at the Ace Hotel. We covered a wide range of topics with him including how he got interested in t
Michael Rother joins Ale Cohen in conversation on dublab to talk about his new release Dreaming and the Solo II retrospective box-set released in 2020. Michael and Ale discuss parts of his creative process, his take on looking back at his work
The legendary musician and current leader of the Sun Ra Arkestra blessed us with a visit to the dublab studio. Marshall Allen played his E.V.I. breath controlled synthesizer, sat down with Carlos Nino for an interview exploring the outer-space
Liz Warner has a remote studio-to-studio conversation with Detroit-based electronic/punk duo ADULT. about art, music and the Real McCoy.
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Celsius Drop host, Mark “Frosty” McNeill, was honored to welcome the Jamaican drummer, Bonjo Iyabinghi Noah, onto his program this month. Beaming in from his home in Ghana, Noah traced his musical journey for us, including the origins of his
Colin Newman of the legendary band, Wire, spoke with Ariel Pink and Chris Kissel in 2017. We are happy to bring you the interview today on In Conversation. Lots of love to you from the dublab studio during these trying times!
This conversation is between Paul Holdengraber, Director of the Onassis Foundation LA and Henry Rollins. The two talked about the power of radio and the value of public spaces and arts organizations in this era. The conversation took place at
San Cha is a singer-songwriter, based in the City of Angels, increasingly known for her visceral and explosive live performances. Her name, derived from the Spanish word sancha, which translates to ‘mistress’, is a mischievous reference to the
Mark “Frosty” McNeill recently interviewed dub pioneer and all around mystic Lee "Scratch" Perry in Los Angeles. Flowing along with Perry’s stream of consciousness, the recording captures an astonishing mix of inventive poetry, animal impersona
Saul Williams joined our host, Mark "Frosty" McNeill, to share thoughts and music from his new album, Encrypted & Vulnerable. The album, an incendiary call to action, fits within his ongoing MartyrLoserKing project. We hope you can join us!
Mark McNeill recently had the opportunity to interview Björk, one of our all-time creative music heroes. In this intimate audio portrait, the visionary artist brings us back to her adventurous, music-filled childhood to share the evocative soun
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