Parlour is a podcast featuring music and interviews from original artists and tailored to present captivating accounts of the process of making music and art.
Frankly, one of our most inspiring sessions to date; visionary musician and multimedia composer J.O. Evans III was kind enough to sit down with us and share some of his genuine concerns for the way we listen to the world around us and how we conceive of music in general.
J.O. Evans III - guitar, synths, effects, leaves, sticks
In this episode, Rob and Brad sat down with us to discuss practice, influence, and the awakened conscious space to which music may often lead.
Brad Walker - Saxophone, Effects
Rob Cambre - Guitar, Effects
Helen and Rex both brought huge musical influences to the table and we were excited to witness the conglomeration of the two. They each perform together on their respective songs as well as improvising some sounds. We discuss song lyrics, staying true to your history, and writing original music.
Helen Gillet - Cello, Effects, Vox
Rex Gregory - Saxophone, Synth, Vox
One of our "less talk, more music" episodes, Ed discusses his musical history and a bit about his process as Birdmagic.
Ed Gardiner - Laptop
An extremely intriguing look at Will's project WATIV where he explores musical re-contextualization of samples he took while serving in Baghdad. He also discusses his time over there and how the music of the Iraqi people influenced the way he thinks about music and composition.
William A. Thompson IV - Keyboard, Laptop, Effects
Listener's Pick: A great session with drummer and producer Simon Lott as he showcases music from his Context Killer solo project; a lot of proverbial gems in this one.
Simon Lott - Drums, Keyboards, Effects, Vox
An inspiring session with percussionist and producer Anthony Cuccia as he performs material from his Night Janitor project. This is the first solo performer we presented and it was a very casual environment which yielded a more in depth look at the personal history that built his project. Other topics include humor and music, studio process, and sampling.
Anthony Cuccia - Samplers, Sequencers, Vox
This first time meeting between electronic musician Isidro and guitarist Chris Alford yielded a panoply of textural abstraction as well as some interesting concepts about improvising.
Isidro Robinson - Electronics, Vox
Chris Alford - Guitar, Tape, Effects
The first episode of our first season! We sat down with these amazing composers and improvisers to talk about history, influence, listening, and silence. Enjoy!
James Singleton - Bass, Effects
Aurora Nealand - Saxophone, Accordion
David Polk - Saxophone, Laptop, Guitar