MVW aka Michael Vincent Waller On Working With Lex Luger, Mixing Classical Music & Hip-Hop, & More
The Super Facts Show
MVW joins The Super Facts Show to discuss working with Lex Luger, what it takes to be a composer, his favorite place to hear his music performed, how classical and rap work together, his eclectic musical palette, and a lot more. Watch the episode here Stream "Survey Says" here Follow MVW on IG New York-based composer Michael Vincent Waller - under a new moniker MVW - recently released “Survey Says,” the lead single from his Classic$ EP. Singer/rapper Shanique Marie of Jamaican collective Equiknoxx celebrates unity and self-love on the vocals while co-producer Lex Luger flips Michael Vincent Waller's original composition “Love 1” - from his album Moments - into a hypnotic and mesmerizing sample. As a composer, Michael Vincent Waller has released three full-length albums. Pitchfork raves that “every note and gesture on Moments seems to be deeply felt and philosophically weighed before a hand touches a piano key or lifts a mallet.” Michael has collaborated with musicians and producers across genres such as Jlin, R. Andrew Lee, Stephane Ginsburg, and William Winant. Additionally, he's performed at Carnegie Hall, Roulette, Palais de Tokyo Museum and was named “New Artist Of The Month” by Musical America.
Michael Vincent - One of the Most Inspiring Stories in Magic
Of Sleights and Men
Internationally renowned magician Michael Vincent has been named Best Close-Up Magician three times by the UK’s Magic Circle, 3 times in three consecutive decades; 1983, 1991, and 2003, and was awarded the title of International Magician of the Year in 1993. He truly is one of the 'best' and when you hear how he got to be that way, we promise you'll be blown away. Michael is kind, inspiring and genuine. We can honestly say that he's one of our magic idols. This was an emotional episode, and we learnt a lot, so we hope you do too!
My guest today has done it all. Won The Magic Circle’s close up magician of the year not once, but three times, Fool Us twice, lots of other TV appearances including Paul Daniels’ show. He’s put out many amazing DVDs including Tapestry of Deception and the Classic Magic of Michael Vincent. It is, of course, Mike Vincent. We chat about his incredible mentors, Alan Alan flying him to New York to meet Slydini, why the Classics of magic work today, how magic stopped him being bullied at school, how he nearly gave up magic altogether and more. As promised, here's a link to his Instagram: Fuji Warrior --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vi65/message
Michael Vincent Waller - A Stream of Conciousness (January 2020)
Michael Vincent Waller is an American composer based in New York. Some describe them as one of the most interesting composing of the big city, and we surely agree. His music has been described as lyrical and introspective, drawing inspiration from impressionism, post-minimalism and world music. There’s a melancholic longing quite unique in his sound.A student of names such as minimalist legend La Monte Young, Bunita Marcus, and Elizabeth Hoffman influenced, Waller compositions are suffused with an avant-garde essence of enthralling beauty.Waller's most recent publication, Moments (Unseen Worlds, 2019 is a collection of minimalist pieces performed solo by pianist R. Andrew Lee and vibraphonist William Winant. The piano pieces bring memories of Satie gravitating between softness and more dramatic tones. The album draws on Western classical music tradition in its most archetypal forms through its use of modal melodies, triadic harmonies and metered rhythms. Yet the emotional heart of the music is not in attack, but resonance. The afterlife of sounds. Those elements that can’t be grasped and placed into easy historical categories. Behind his surface attacks, Waller finds hazy, edgeless zones that draw us downwards, into introspection – an “inward gaze.For this mix Waller has prepared as pretty fluid stream of consciousness, starting with the austere and contemplative, building to the dense and dark electronic, blurring into jazz, funk, hip/hop -- then shifting suddenly back to hardcore dark chamber music, which smoothes out to drones, and finally emotive piano music.... (then a reprieve, coda / tour-de-force outro).TracklistBunita Marcus - SoloLuigi Nono - Omaggio a Gyorgy KurtagElaine Radigue - NaldjorlakDeep Listening Band - Cave Water (Troglodyte's Delight)Linda Caitlin Smith - Far From ShoreZbigniew Karkowski - ElectrostaticsIannis Zenakis - S.709Miles Davis - Savad (Live in Switzerland, 10/22/71)Fela Kuti - Expensive ShitMississippi Fred McDowell - Shake 'Em On DownGZA - 4th ChamberKarlheinz Stockhausen - Trans (Abschnitt 1)Jlin - Unknown TonguesMorton Feldman - Turfan FragmentsPhill Niblock - Hurdy HurryPeter Garland - Nostalgia for a Southern CrossMichael Pisaro - AkasaYoung Thug - CheckMichael Vincent Waller - Love IV. SizingKanye West - Jesus is Lord
Pod.74 TALKS ABOUT CONTRIBUTING TO THE CULTURE with Michael Vincent
Michael talks about inside the hype, trend forcasting and invincible. Michael's last interview was with Complex, a conversation about his life in the industry of hype. In today's episode we talked with the man behind Invincible, a street-wear and sneaker boutique from Taiwan and how it all started from working at Bathing Ape, JackThreads and Training Camp. This is a podcast for you who's into the game and a little sneak peak of what 2020 looks like. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/makna-talks/message
Michael Vincent, hunting and the Berne Conservation Club
The Enterprise — Marcello IaiaMichael Vincent talks turkey for our Thanksgiving podcast. Here, he sounds a turkey call he made himself. He shares memories of hunting all the way back to his boyhood on his grandparents’ farm on Pleasant Valley Road in Knox. There, he hunted on the land for food which they ate. He also shot woodchucks for safety on the farm, preventing holes that could blow tractor tires or break legs. He was proud of the woodchucks he shot, and hung them on the fence stakes to show off. A city visitor saw them and offered Vincent 25 cents for every woodchuck he shot and cleaned. Vincent lives now in Berne and has been a member of the Berne Conservation Club since his youth. The club was founded in 1932 and is in need of new members. Vincent talks of the camaraderie that club members have with each other and with members of other gun clubs against whom they compete at trap or skeet shooting. He shares trophies he’s won and also tells of a famous Berne native, Captain Adam Henry Bogardus, who became a world wing-shot champion and traveled with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Andrew talks to Michael Vincent, Canadian composer, journalist, and Editor-In-Chief of the online music magazine Ludwig van (https://www.ludwig-van.com), about the changing dynamic of the music scene in Canada.Our Social Media Pages:Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/surviving.classicalmusic/Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/survivingclassicalmusic/Support the show (https://patreon.com/survivingclassicalmusic)
Chatting with Michael Vincent from Bike Shop Yamba
The Seachange Business Podcast
Erm... the tables have turned and the regular host of this podcast is interviewed by his first guest! A few people had asked about Michael and what he had done in the past, and Antony Perrin, from Irons and Craig, was up for the challenge of interviewing the interviewer, so here you go! Michael has done quite a few things such as contact lens designer, chairman of Fitness Australia, business coach in the Middle East and living on a cattle station. All seems quite a stretch to a bike shop in a holiday town!