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On Liquid Music Playlist host Steve Seel asks pioneering composers, performers and musicians about the music they make and the music they love. In these short-form monthly episodes Liquid Music artists contextualize their own music before sharing music that inspires them – all with the spirit of discovery and the celebration of the new that’s integral to the Liquid Music mission. Liquid Music Playlist is presented by The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra’s Liquid Music Series, produced by Don Lee ...
 
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Composer and electric guitar virtuoso Steven Mackey is known for his innovative combinations of timbres, instruments, genres and forms from both Western classical and rock/pop traditions. In this episode, Liquid Music Playlist’s host Steve Seel asks Mackey about his latest work, Orpheus Unsung, a wordless opera for electric guitar and percussion wh…
 
Last spring, Roberto Lange of Helado Negro took a break from working on Private Energy, out now on Asthmatic Kitty Records, to sit down with Liquid Music Playlist’s host, Steve Seel. In this episode, Roberto explains the difficulties of describing his own music which synthesizes a wide range of genres, cultures, languages and influences. Roberto al…
 
Turntablist, performer, composer and self-proclaimed “purveyor of silliness” Kid Koala is known for legendary innovations in scratch turntable playing and his broad range of multimedia works including graphic novels, puppet shows, vaudeville acts and much more. In this episode of Liquid Music Playlist, Kid Koala discusses his fascination with the m…
 
Episode 8 of Liquid Music's Playlist podcast features composer and electronic musician Daniel Wohl. Daniel cites some of the sonic inspirations for his latest album Holographic (a Liquid Music commission) and reveals some of the technical processes involved with creating his electro-acoustic sound world. Daniel also brings in one of his favorite us…
 
A fierce advocate of new music and particularly minimalism, pianist Vicky Chow has been described as “brilliant” (New York Times) and “a monster pianist” (Time Out New York). In Episode 7 of Liquid Music's Playlist podcast, Chow describes the emotional and physical experience of performing minimalist music — from Steve Reich’s Piano Counterpoint to…
 
Conductor of the Berlin-based chamber ensemble s t a r g a z e, Andre de Ridder, discusses the upcoming collaboration with Twin Cities synthpop band Poliça, and finding inspiration in Dinosaur Jr. - drawing connections to lo-fi, drone, and Schubert song cycles. Check out the world premiere of the s t a r g a z e and Poliça collaboration, "Music for…
 
Recorded in the midst of the worldwide shock and mourning, this episode departs just a bit from the approach we’ve taken so far in Liquid Music Playlist. In the second part of the conversation, “hip hop’s poet laureate” (CNN), Saul Williams, talks extensively about his intimate experiences with the “divine communicator” Prince Rogers Nelson and the…
 
Spektral Quartet’s Doyle Armbrust talks about propelling the string quartet into new realms–from your mobile phone’s ringtone to the concert hall–before introducing the kinetic and engrossing Arcadiana for string quartet by on of Britain's most celebrated composers Thomas Adès.By The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra
 
Episode 2: Channy Leaneagh describes Poliça’s sonic evolution before delving into the angular analog sound of Hamburg based DJ/producer Helena Hauff. PLAYLIST:Amongster—Polica (Give You the Ghost)Trippin’—Polica (Shulamith)Silver Sand—Helena Hauff (Discreet Desires)Break Force—Helena Hauff (Actio Reactio)Rupture—Helena Hauff (Helena Hauff Meets And…
 
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