This month, Speak My Language grows up! My guest, Tom Hall returned to the show for a live set and a conversation.
In the second half of the show, I covered: the Seagull flap effect, purging Russians in Topanga, a 700 pound computer missing the number 1, CBD, slipping shuffleboards, LiDaR Archeology, a history of bar fights and the graphic novel: Saint Graby, Martyr of Justice.
Jasmin Blasco (b.1981) is a multi-disciplinary artist who approaches time-based media as the site where sound, image, and language conspire to generate fictions. He lives and works in Los Angeles.
Speak My Language proposes to explore the sound of words and the music beyond it.
Every month we will feature a guest to investigate a specific world of sound through a curated playlist.
Eric Chenaux – Have I lost my eyes – Skullspliter EP – Constellation
Eric Chenaux – Skullspliter – Skullsplitter EP – Constellation
Yann Novak – Radical Transparency – The Future Is A Forward Escape Into The Past -Touch
Tom Hall Live Set
Gail Laughton – Lemuria 16.000BC – Harps of The Ancient Temples
Tom Hall Convo/interview
Tom Hall – Past Impressions – Norelco Mori
Bill Orcutt – Lonely Woman –
Laszlo Ortobaghyi – Samsara –
Ellen Arkbro – Mountain Of Air – For Organ and Brass
Felica Atkinson – I’m Following You – Hand In Hand
Tetsu Inoue – Low Of Vibration – Ambiant Otaku
Jasmin Blasco live: “Purging Russian In Topanga” + “A Short History of Bar Fights”
Arve Eriksen, Erik Honore – Lament – Places of Worship