“Academic, musician, writer and activist Tara Rodgers revisits her Analog Tara alias for rising D.C. label 1432 R. Like fellow multidisciplinary artist Terre Thaemlitz, Rodgers’ dance floor material is warm and immersive. Body music from a heady source.”
Listen to Analog Tara’s 30-minute Strawberry Moon mix of all original material for Extended Family DC on Soundcloud.
“Each [interview] is extremely personal but also technical and conceptual, exploring the artist’s unique relationship to sound and space…”
Pink Noises is on Artforum‘s Top Ten list for May 2018 by Lyra Pramuk, the American singer, composer-producer, and performance artist based in Berlin.
“The cost and inconvenience of getting online in Cuba is forcing its small but bustling dance music community to seek out creative ways to make beats. …
Iván Grajalo and Julio Cesar Jimenez make beats together under the name Electro Palestina. Grajalo, a professor by day, is fortunate enough to have an Internet connection at his university—not that his office hookup is much of an improvement. [They] recently devoured a bootlegged e-book copy of Pink Noises: Women on Electronic Music and Sound.”
What little nuggets of digital gold they are able to mine from the interwebs in turn get passed among their small but rabid circle of electronic music heads in eastern Cuba…”