Jasmin Blasco w/guest Scott Cazan – Speak My Language (08.07.17)


Los Angeles based composer, performer, creative coder and sound artist Scott Cazan joins Jasmin for a live set followed by a conversation. And BONUS! Tune in to hear Episode 1 (“Digital Ghost”) of the Very Very Far Away podcast.

Working in fields such as experimental electronic music, sound installation, chamber music, and software art, Cazan explores cybernetics, aesthetic computing, and emergent forms resulting from human interactions with technology. His work often involves the use of feedback networks where misunderstanding and chaotic elements act as a catalyst for emergent forms in art and music. Hear more here.

Very Very Far Away (VVFA) is a public facing research project consisting of a Podcast, a Workshop and a series of special Projects, seeking to re-ignite future ideologies. Its method uses Space Exploration as a lens to examine current ideas and values which may pertain to future societies through technological advances.

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.

      Jasmin Blasco w/guest Scott Cazan – Speak My Language (08.07.17)



Spie 1 – Allesandro Cortini – SPIE
Traditional Music From Benin – Sakara Orchestra – The Photographs Of Charles Duvelle
Sleight Bells Descend – Aine O’Dwyer – Locust
Double XP – Basic House – Pathetique
Concert at Phil Niblocks’s loft – Suzane Ciani – Buchla Concerts 1975
Basilisk – Man Of War – R – Opal Tapes
VVFA E01: Digital Ghost
Konrad Sprenger – Opening – Stack Music -PAN
Ben Frost – Threshold Of Faith(Your Own Blood) – Threshold of Faith.
Jean-Claude Risset – Sud 1
Jean-Claude Risset – Sud 2
Kassel Jaeger – Suite Obsidionale – Suite Obsidionale