A really dark, fascinating start to the podcast, ideal for the time of the year we’re in in the northern hemisphere. First up, we have the scratchy, creepy experimental of Maths Balance Volumes, followed by the doom-laden electronics of The Body. But it's not all darkness on this week's pod, we have phenomenal psych rock from China's Dolphy Kick Bebop, podcast favourite Mdou Moctar and his Tuareg shredding, we have a first play of the excellent new Mary Hampton, Dutch dungeon synth, violin experimental, conscious hip hop and a whole lot more. Tracklisting Maths Balance Volumes - Dark Sky (Penultimate Press, UK) The Body - A Lament (Thrill Jockey Records, USA) Cuban Chamber of Commerce - Goofing Off (Low Income $quad, Croatia) Új Látásmód Fúzió - Legyőzzük az időt (Kaluara Records, Albania) Pink Siifu & Fly Anakin - Mind Right feat. Liv.e (prod. Jay Versace) (Lex Records, UK) Mary Hampton - A Butterfly (Baba Yaga’s Hut, UK) Mytron - Navigator (XXX, Netherlands) Mdou Moctar - Chismiten (Matador Records, USA) Dolphy Kick Bebop - Some Thoughts on Nothingness (WV Sorcerer Productions 巫唱片, France) Jessica Moss - Opened Ending (Constellation Records, Canada) Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.
New SubtractiveLad, Jessica Moss; Tim Hecker and other Sundries...
CiTR -- Breakfast With The Browns
SubtractiveLad; Jessica Moss; Tim Hecker; Julia kent; Hammock; Building Castles out of Matchsticks; Christina Vantzou; Boards of Canada; William Basinski; Craig Aalders; Peppermoth; Ian William Craig; Deadbeat / Camara; Penelope Trappes; Joshua Abrams; Fluxion; Spell; Lali Puna; Peaking Lights; Thomas Brinkmann; Devon Welsh; The The; A Sunny Day in Glasgow; Doomsquad; Sinewave & Domotic.
Welcome to the Creative Mornings Charlotte podcast. Today’s show features hosts Tim Miner and Matt Olin speaking with Charlotte artist Jessica Moss two weeks following the March 8 Creative Mornings Charlotte event at NoDa Brewing Company, where Jessica spoke about the global theme of “Water.” As an ardent advocate for artists, communities of color and accessible arts education, Jessica Moss is the Founder and Director of The Roll Up, a national network of art incubators embedded in neighborhoods mired in persistent poverty and concentrated disadvantage. In addition to her projects that engage art and real property as a strategy of community revival, Jessica is an educator, writer and independent consultant. In this episode of the Creative Mornings Charlotte podcast, Jessica talks about her roles in The Roll Up and BLKMRKT CLT, as well as the barriers to creativity, building social capital and her work in real estate. Register for the next Creative Mornings Charlotte event Friday, April 5 at 8:30 a.m. at Myers Park Presbyterian Church. The featured speaker will be multidisciplinary artist MyLoan Dinh, speaking about the global theme of “Inclusive”. RSVPs will open at 9 a.m., Monday, April 1. Make sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter at @CM_CLT. And hey, when you’re done listening to this episode, give us a rating and review on your podcast platform. It helps us get discovered by other creative Charlotteans! The Creative Mornings Charlotte Podcast is hosted by Tim Miner and Matt Olin, and produced by Andy Goh. Music by Harvey Cummings.
Dr. Keith Cradle sits down with art influencer Jessica Moss. Listen as Jessica discusses art collaboration, exhibition curation, community engagement and her new project The Roll Up. (Episode 8) Crafted With Cradle is a curated conversation over cocktails with Charlotte's finest, and hosted by Dr. Keith Cradle. Our producers are Chuck Holliday and Jameka Whitten. Our theme music is "I Wanna Have You" by Jason Jet. Remember to subscribe, favorite and review us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and anywhere you find podcasts. Follow us on social media, on Facebook and Instagram (@craftedwithcradle) and Twitter (@craftedwithcra1). Crafted With Cradle is sponsored by JSW Media and Suite929.
Concerto storytelling, iso-polyphony, ensembles of weirdos. The Montreal-based violinist selects three important albums. Jessica's picks: 1) Gil Shaham – Sibelius / Tchaikovsky: Violin Concertos 2) Various – Cry You Mountains, Cry You Fields (Traditional Songs & Folk Music From S.E. Albania) 3) PJ Harvey – Let England Shake Check out Jessica's website and Facebook for her music, live dates etc. Oh, and I asked Jessica to point me in the direction of more Albanian vocal music after enjoying "Cry You Mountains..." so much. She sent me this, which is beautiful.
Jessica Moss is a well-respected and talented musician currently based in Montreal, Quebec. Perhaps best known for her membership in Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra, Moss is a violinist who has also played prominent roles in Black Ox Orkestar, Carla Bozulich’s Evangelista, and collaborated with Vic Chesnutt in the last years of his life. Though accustomed to working with others, Moss recently made her first solo record; it’s a compelling one called Pools of Light, now available via Constellation Records, prompting her to tour across England and Ireland after upcoming shows in Montreal and Brooklyn respectively. Jessica and I caught up for a conversation, in which we discussed meeting Leonard Cohen during a Silver Mt. Zion recording session at the Hotel2Tango studio, being abroad when Trump was chosen to turn the United States of America into a failed casino, parenting in a weird world, working with Kevin Doria and receiving encouragement to write her own music, global warming, and much more. Sponsored by Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, and Planet Bean Coffee. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/kreative-kontrol.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The last week of the dynamic duo for the next fortnight brings a whole host of new goodies, including a Record Store Day Vanishing Twin release, gospel from the Como Mamas, the latest from the amazing mind of Shit & Shine as well as new slow disco, piano goodness, and dancehall.
10/3/2014: Jessica Moss on Plato's Appearance/Assent Account of Belief
Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society
Jessica Moss is Professor of Philosophy. She received her B.A. from Yale University and her Ph.D. in Philosophy from Princeton University (2004). Her primary area of research is ancient philosophy, especially ethics and psychology. Her article “Akrasia and Perceptual Illusion” was chosen for The Philosopher’s Annual as one of the ten best articles published in philosophy in 2009. Her book "Aristotle on the Apparent Good: Perception, Phantasia, Thought, and Desire" was published by Oxford University Press in 2012. Moss has previously held positions at the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Oxford, and currently at NYU. This podcast is an audio recording of Professor Moss' talk - 'Plato's Appearance/Assent Account of Belief' - at the Aristotelian Society on 10 March 2014. The recording was produced by Backdoor Broadcasting Company in conjunction with the Institute of Philosophy, University of London.
This week in episode 029 I’m joined by Jessica Moss who is a Senior Business Intelligence & Data Warehouse Architect from Virginia. In this episode Jessica and I talk about what a data warehouse is, and some of the problems that came come up with working through a data warehouse project. Specifically how the language of the business, who has their own language much like IT does, can greatly impact how the data warehouse project is worked through. Additionally you need to get people to set aside their own ideas of how things need to be done so that, at least for a while, people who are working on the data warehouse project focus on the data warehouse and it’s needs not just the needs of the line of business application which they normally work on.