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Matt Mehlan: Mixology Festival Composer/curator Matt Mehlan shares his history and vision for Roulette's annual Mixology Festival (returning 4-5 Feb, 2023), music technology, and the future of the concert hall. Illustrated with clips from Festival performances since 1991: Zeena Parkins, DeForrest Brown, Jr., Carl Stone, Bruce Gremo/Rene Beekman, Va…
 
David Grubbs: On Derek Bailey Excerpts from Roulette concerts between 1986-99 by improvising activist guitarist Derek Bailey, with commentary by musician/professor/author David Grubbs (Records Ruin The Landscape). Emerging from the London free improv scene, Bailey tapped New York musicians to engage in his wildly diverse Company Weeks, in groupings…
 
Host Kim Singleton discusses MARIAN, an original musical, with the play's writing team. Elkin Antoniou G, Chelsea Marie Davis, Emily Ruth Hazel, Caleen Sinnette Jennings and Victoria Theodore discuss their journey in creating the musical about the iconic opera singer Marian Anderson. The play is being directed by Tamara Tunie.…
 
Mario Diaz de Leon: Things Come & Go Composer/guitarist Mario Diaz de Leon, whose influences range from hardcore punk to Xenakis, and whose masterful integration of electronics with classical instruments is documented here in concerts recorded at Roulette between 2009-22 in solo works and with the Talea and TAK ensembles, International Contemporary…
 
Latoya Johnston, Partnerships Manager at BRIC, hosts The Partnerships Podcast, a show on Brooklyn Free Speech Radio. She talks with Community Partners about their organizations and experiences making media projects with BRIC. In this episode, listeners hear from Girls on the Run NYC, an organization that participated in the 2021 cycle of Media Shar…
 
Nashville-based LGTBQIA+ Artist, Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Creative Director, Entrepreneur, Spiritual Influencer and Emotion Coach, Mallory Pacific calls in to the Junk and Jam Hour to talk all about her expansive music career, which spans over 20 years - from discovering her musicianship at aged 12 to becoming a country songwriter in Nashville…
 
Life Brand Strategist, Author, Speaker and the Founder and Queen of the Boss Brand Building Association, Blossom T. Porter calls in via Zoom to the Junk and Jam Hour from Atlanta, GA, to talk all about her mission and dedication to helping other entrepreneurs bolster their business ventures with optimal growth, increased visibility, productivity an…
 
Award-Winning Writer and Author, Survivor and Advocate Jenna Ashlyn drops in to the The Junk and Jam Hour via Zoom, to talk all bout her life's work as a writer, which started at the age of 8, and how that skill has helped her cope and find joy after becoming a young widow, and surviving sexual violence and domestic abuse. She also shares how she u…
 
Latoya Johnston, Partnerships Manager at BRIC, hosts The Partnerships Podcast, a show on Brooklyn Free Speech Radio. She talks with Community Partners about their organizations and experiences making media projects with BRIC. In this episode, listeners hear from Extreme Kids & Crew, an organization that participated in the 2021 cycle of Media Share…
 
Singer, Actor, Songwriter, Storyteller and Expressionist Khalifa White visits The Junk and Jam Hour as a live, in studio guest, to talk all about her upbringing in the church where she first honed her flair for singing and dancing - and her incredible journey in musical theater where she lent her talents in many notable roles, including a tour with…
 
Yuka C. Honda: Fairyland Composer and musician Yuka C. Honda reflects on a remarkable musical trajectory, serendipity, and new directions. Widely known for the project Cibo Matto, this program is illustrated with excerpts from a 2016 performance at the Roulette Concert Hall in NYC with drummer Susie Ibarra and electronic percussionist Ikue Mori. Ph…
 
Episode 10 – Demo Day Hanging there in plain sight. If you get us our settlement, we won't need mfaakas. The smallest girl looked no older than twelve. You told her, didn't you? Image stimulation feedback loops known as imprinting. I knew you would be perfect to demo. Tapping her upper arm. A thousand hair thin needles. I was being tickled. It wash…
 
Latoya Johnston, Partnerships Manager at BRIC, hosts The Partnerships Podcast, a show on Brooklyn Free Speech Radio. She talks with Media Share grantees and other Community Partners about their organizations and experiences making media projects with BRIC. In this episode, Listeners will hear from Venture House, one of the five organizations that t…
 
Adam O'Farrill: Dizzying Composer and trumpet player Adam O'Farrill, discusses his illustrious jazz and classical lineage, projects with Mary Halvorson and Jen Shyu, and many of the players who inspired and influenced his work, all illustrated with recent performances recorded at Roulette. https://roulette.org/…
 
Ikue Mori: Electric Fairy Tales The atmospheric sounds of composer, drummer, electronic percussionist, and media artist Ikue Mori, an innovative and influential figure in the global experimental music scene, in solo and collaborative works, compositions based on fairy tales, and stories of an adventurous career from NoWave punk drummer with legenda…
 
Host Kim Singleton sits down with Randy Donaldson and discusses his career as a Broadway and stage producer. Donaldson talks about his producing role with THE PEE WEE HERMAN SHOW, THE SCOTTSOBORO BOYS and AMERICAN SON. He also discusses his upcoming projects, MR. RICKEY CALLS A MEETING and MARIAN: THE MUSICAL.…
 
Brandon Ross: Essences The composer/guitarist Brandon Ross in several projects with commentary from the artist on guitar tech, collaboration, and tradition. Excerpts include the duo For Living Lovers with Stomu Takeishi, bass; duos with Zeena Parkins, electric harp and Terry Jenoure, voice; and two iterations of his band, Blazing Beauty with Stomu,…
 
Host Kim Singleton discusses the R&B Opera HAL KING with its creator and composer Steve Wallace. This film is a coming of age romance set in the late 1950s. The film is directed by Myron Davis and features Sharaé Moultrie, Ryan Shaw, J. Ivy, Richard Phillis, Eric Roberson and Darien Dean. HAL KING is available for viewing on Amazon Prime Video.…
 
Matthew Ostrowski: Shuffling The Deck Composer Matthew Ostrowski on his origin story and an analysis of his 2021 piece, Monograph, which is a not entirely dour, often humorous, reflection on the acceptance of death and misfortune, anchored by the song, Streets of Laredo (but is it?). A master of electronic processing, video manipulation, unconventi…
 
Henry Threadgill: On One Distinguished composer, multi-instrumentalist, and bandleader Henry Threadgill discusses the making of a new orchestral multimedia work and all the history that played into it. With musical examples from his band Zooid including excerpts from a premiere at Roulette that earned him a 2016 Pulitzer Prize. The new piece unfold…
 
Multiple award-winning television producer Crystal Whaley joins host Kim Singleton to discuss the classic 1964 film "Nothing But A Man". The movie centers around a rail worker who changes his drifting ways after meeting and marrying a preacher's daughter. He struggles to hold on to his marriage and dignity while dealing with the oppressive racism o…
 
Lea Bertucci: Trespassing Composer Bertucci plays saxophone and bass clarinet and employs devices like tape recorders and other obsolete and archaic sonic machinery. Bertucci is as likely to perform in a concert hall as a cave or handball court. Solo and ensemble works are explored in this program, with comments from the artist on technique, techno…
 
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