#2: Burial, Matana Roberts, Fontaines DC, Prince & meer!
St. Paul's Boutique
De dinsdagse uitvlucht. Plaatjes, wat praatjes en een hele hoop goede zin. DJ St. Paul koppelt driftig nieuwe releases aan relevante keuzes uit het verleden. Een subjectieve kijk op popcultuur met extra oog voor onderbelichte zaken. Benieuwd wat DJ St. Paul allemaal draait? Bekijk de tracklist en linkjes via: www.tivolivredenburg.nl/studio/podcast/st-pauls-boutique/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Interview with Matana Roberts (February 2020) || www.elclubdejazz.com
Saxophonist, composer and multidisciplinary artist, Matana Roberts is embarked on an epic 12-part project to explore and reflect on the American experience. She has recently released "Memphis", chapter four of her "Coin Coin" series.All rights reserved: http://www.elclubdejazz.com
Club de Jazz 12/02/2020 || 19 años del Club: conversación con Matana Roberts
Club de Jazz
¡19 años de Club de Jazz! Y los celebramos recibiendo en el programa a una de las creadoras más excitantes. Conversamos con Matana Roberts, saxofonista y autora de la serie 'Coin Coin', una odisea musical en torno a la experiencia americana de esta afroamericana nacida en Chicago. Recorremos con ella música de los cuatro capítulos publicados hasta la fecha desde 2011: "Gens de couleur libres" (Capítulo uno), "Mississipi Moonchile" (Capítulo dos), "River Run Thee" (Capítulo tres) y "Memphis" (Capítulo cuatro).Toda la información y derechos: http://www.elclubdejazz.com
The talented, multi-disciplinary American artist Matana Roberts discusses her Coin Coin album series and its latest chapter, Coin Coin Chapter Four: Memphis, her personal and professional trajectory, upcoming projects, and more! Supported by Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Please take this listener survey. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/kreative-kontrol.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Analysis Paralysis returns for 2020 and we're broadcasting live on Triple R (rrr.org.au) for the next month. What does this mean? Just a slight shake up from the standard formula from previous episodes, you'll be hearing a tweaked version of what originally went to air on RRR, but jazzed up with extra goodness. Think of this as the director's cut of the show. AP will return to its standard format in February 2020. This week The AP team plunder the depths of the critically acclaimed 'Magdalene' by UK artist FKA Twigs and turn their gaze toward the freeform jazz of Matana Roberts' 'Coin Coin: Chapter Four'. Credit to Red Bull Music Academy for a short 1 minute snippit of audio from their in conversation with Matana Roberts from 2016, which you can check out in full here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9el6A8H3qnU Shouts to this FKA Twigs interview with NPR's all songs considered that we quote as well: https://www.npr.org/2019/11/08/776186866/i-found-the-key-fka-twigs-learns-to-write-for-her-voice-on-magdalene Purchase and listen to FKA Twigs: https://fkatwi.gs/ Purchase and listen to Matana Roberts: https://matana-roberts.bandcamp.com/album/coin-coin-chapter-four-memphis
Saxophonist Matana Roberts Carves Out Her Own Musical Space
Composer, saxophonist, and mixed media artist Matana Roberts presents her latest in the multi-chapter work Coin Coin project which documents the African-American cultural and historical experience. “Memphis,” which is chapter four, mixes jazz, blues, traditional songs, free improv, and Afro-futurism into a heavy sonic quilt of “21st century liberation music.” (Matana Roberts calls her approach “panoramic sound quilting.”) She "speaks memory," and "sings an American survival" in this chapter of the coin coin bloodline (Tiny Mixtapes), set in Memphis - home of Roberts’s grandmother- and around a story of a "wo(e)man chile named Liddie." Matana Roberts and her new band featuring Hannah Marcus on guitars, fiddle, and accordion; Ryan Sawyer on percussion; and Matt Lavelle on trumpet and bass clarinet, perform in-studio. - Caryn Havlik Watch the session here:
Vitamins for the brain, learning from the masters, hypersensitive curiosity. The composer and saxophonist discusses three important albums. Matana's picks: 1) Hannah Marcus – Desert Farmers 2) Karlheinz Stockhausen – Momente 3) Derek Bailey + Joëlle Léandre - No Waiting Find out more about the Outlands tour over here, and keep up to date with Matana over on her website.
Chicago-born saxophonist Matana Roberts’ Coin Coin series – named after a freed slave and businesswoman – openly questions the American jazz tradition while paying homage to it. In her lecture at the 2016 Red Bull Music Academy, Roberts discusses the evolution of her practice, her struggles as an artist, and the stories and ideas that are feeding the Coin Coin project.Interview by Anupa MistryProduced and engineered by Frank Westerkamp and Denis Hürter