About This Show
My mission with this project is to carve out a place in the open source broadcasting world where we can explore our relationship with music as it correlates to the human experience. Music identifies and shapes culture, can move us to tears, force us on our feet to dance, gets people's attention in order to tell a story, embellish moments in theater. Music is a universal language, where we paint the dimension of time, breaching the boundaries that language naturally sets. It gives us hope, helps us get through hardships and triumphs from the mundane things such as chores around the house or moments of reflection during major events in our lives. I will also draw upon common themes of childhood, musings on life and death, as well as anything I find appropriate to talk about with the guests. Step out of your comfort zone shaped by the common broadcast format, subvert your expectations, and prepare to ride the wave of this movement with me.
Most Recent Episode
#15 - Eliott B
5 days ago
I've always had an affinity for lo-fi production. The warm fuzz of a low quality mic is oddly calming to me, as it captures the visceral relationship between a growing artist and their instrument. There's this sort of trademark of the kind of music that Eliott shared with Subversion. It really puts you right in the room with the artist, as opposed to the kind of audio production we generally consume which is, for lack of a better word, sterile and is missing a key element of placing oneself in the very moment in time it was captured through a medium of permanence. It's rather difficult for me to come up with the words to describe it, so for sake of brevity, Eliott's music evokes a nostalgia in me which isn't conjuring any specific memory of mine, it's simply this fluttering in my core that reminds me of something familiar. This week's charity project goes toward helping to build a water well for a village in Malawi. "The well should last for 20 years which means providing clean water for a family for a year only costs $1.48."