MMA may 30,2011
Reggaeton I believe … oh so good music to listen to randomly on a monday morning -great way to end the rainy may and start a sunny june 🙂 Love the archives🙂
(btw, i’m still trying to find out the music played … working on it – great set!)
Brian Eno – Just Another Day (http://brian-eno.net/drums-between-the-bells/)
Talvin Singh – See Breeze (http://www.talvinsingh.com/)
Asian Dub Foundation – Box (http://www.asiandubfoundation.com/)
Interview with Jacob Wren (& Lene Berg) on the blog platform project: Big Brother Where Art Thou?
Check out OFF.TA festival: http://www.offta.com/)
Jacob Wren’s (http://radicalcut.blogspot.com/)
Lene Berg ( http://www.bos2008.com/app/biennale/artist/28)
Other relevant OFF.TA festival events to check out this week:
From May 28 to June 4
Quartier des spectacles
Antoine Bédard (Montag).
::: Soundwalk (English and French versions available) / 45 min
FREE event with your own MP3 player.
MP3 players available for rental (5$).
It is recommanded to bring your own headphones for a better sound quality.Starting point: [SAT] Society for Arts and Technilogy
Available in daytime and nighttime versions.
May 28th and 29th:
Departures every two minutes starting at 5pm until 7 pm and from 8 pm until 10 pm.
From May 30th until June 4th:
Departures every two minutes starting at 4 pm until 6 pm and from 9 pm until 11pm.
Print out the map.
You can also consult the description document. The latter explains the project’s creative process
and contains detailed architectural descriptions of the different buldings in the walk.
N. B. MP3 players available for rental at the SAT during the booth’s opening hours.If you have any questions, come vist us !
Antoine Bédard (Montag) presents Mutations, a soundwalk exploring the relationship between music and architecture. Ten composers give a musical voice to ten different buildings in a fast changing neighborhood. Sound and movement offer a new insight on architecture and urban spaces.::: Director, narrator et sound editor: Antoine Bédard // Composers (and their assigned buidling): Olivier Alary (SAT), Dominic Vanchesteing (Monument-National),KenLo Craqnuques et Caro Dupont (Club Soda / Café Cléopâtre / Midway), Simon Besré (Théâtre Maisonneuve), Navet Confit (Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier), Diane Labrosse (Musée d’art contemporain), Poirier (Place des festivals), Jérôme Minière (Promenade des artistes), Alexis O’Hara (Le Parterre), Alexander Cowan /Sebastian Cowan / Katie Lee (Adresse Symphonique) // Choreographer and artistic consultant: Ame Henderson / Expert consultant in architecture: Sophie Mankowski /
Architecture archivist: Conrad Gallant / Text editor: Julie Gravel / Mastering: Philippe Roberge :::
Continue on to Sabrina’s Secret Stash on Lykke Li
Special holiday programming from Democracy Now Headlines:
Stress Disease, Addiction & Brain development special report Amy Goodman interviews Canadian Physician Dr. Gabor Maté in 3 parts.
Reya Sunshine (http://www.vokalmachete.net/) “Coeur du Ghetto ”
Zoreen’s Cricket Report
Weather observation with some Auditory Canvas ” Tau” playing as a background track
(Producer’s note on self: I sound like I’m high on life in this show, take a listen :-))
Alela Diane & Wild Divine : Desire
Nicholas’s bike courrier report
Amanda Mabro : Throw that sh_t away
Interview follow up with Stefan Cristoff on the latest series of initmate concerts at Kaza Maza featuring:
Genevieve Heistek (solo viola)
Genevieve Heistek is a celbrated Montreal musician who will perform a solo viola & vocal set involving loops & sonic manipulations. Heistek is one-half of the percussion/viola duet Hangedup on Constellation records and has performed widely around the world, including opening for Godspeed You! Black Emperor this year at the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival in London, England. As a musician Heistek has also performed and played with Set Fire To Flames and The Mile-End Ladies’ String Auxiliary.
Brahja Waldman & Thierry Amar duet
Brahja Waldman (saxophone) and Thierry Amar (double-bass) are two very fine musicians who each play in various Montreal-based projects. This will be their first performance together. They’ll be presenting compositions by Ornette Coleman and other soulful music.
for information on the international poster art project imaging apartheid www.imagingapartheid.org
The last time I followed up with Stefan Cristoff was at the CinemaPolitica’s screening of the documentary : Israel vs Israel. The documentary follows ” One grandmother, one rabbi, one anarchist and one ex-soldier – four Israelis trying to put an end to the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian Territories. The documentary Israel vs Israel is a film about Jewish peace activists who in both words and actions take a stand again 40 years of occupation and illegal settlements.”
Since summer is almost here there are many festivals to check out and I’ll be repeating them ever so often
Fringe Festival : ttp://montrealfringe.ca/en
Suoni Peril Popoulo: http://www.casadelpopolo.com/suoniperilpopolo/
Mutek : http://www.mutek.org/
more upcoming festivals coming are way… such as:
oh yes and the jazz fest, just for laughs & main madness too!!!