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Best Jon Dawson podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Jon Dawson podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Originally, Jessica Sharzer emerged herself in Russian studies. While in school, she transferred to Film and essentially went to Graduate School twice. Fascinated by the original tragedies, she now carries this mindset into her new works. Known for American Horror Story, Nerve, A Simple Favor, and Apple’s Amazing Stories, she loves to focus on genr…
 
I'm on the receiving end of a lot of interesting PR blasts, including those from Mute Records. I received a note about A Quiet Corner In Time, a collaboration between sound artist Simon Fisher Turner and ceramicist Edmund de Waal. This was a curious enough project 'statement' that I had to check it out - and I was charmed. It's a beautiful work wit…
 
“I loved writing about TV and speaking to people I admired to learn how the sausage was made, but I wanted to leave [entertainment journalism] and work on getting a spec made,” said screenwriter and former critic Andy Greenwald.In addition to writing for publications like Entertainment Weekly, Spin, ESPN: The Magazine, and The Washington Post, Andy…
 
Philippe Petit is a whirlwind! He's produced a ton of recordings - and many of them are collaborations, some of them with surprising collaborators (Lydia Lunch and Cosey Fanni Tutti, for example). I describe him as 'fearless' in his approach to music creation: he's willing to use whatever tool is at hand, and dive in 110%. Lately, his main tool has…
 
I got to know Andrea Mazzariello fairly soon after I moved to Northfield Minnesota. I saw him perform his one-man performance project at a local theater, and hung around after to talk. Things led to other things, and we started talking about Max, playing drone bits in his basement and more. This podcast was prodded into action by a release party fo…
 
Robert Rich is one of my favorite musicians in the world, and I'm always happy for the opportunity to have a chat with him. With his current efforts - working with Paul Schreiber of Synthesis Technology - in developing on a new effects platform, it seemed like a chance to talk to my friend about something that is somewhat different. In this case, w…
 
I'm very happy to offer this interview. Matt Black has been at the front lines of a lot of efforts: early cut-up based dance tracks as Coldcut (if you don't know it, you've *got* to check out Doctorin' The House...), some ground-breaking software development to support their live shows (both audio and visuals) and the development of Ninja Jamm and …
 
In this final 'episode' of interviews curated by Seth Cluett, we get to meet Zosha Di Castri - a composer that seems to enjoy it all! Whether it is working with orchestra, string ensemble or small groups - or dance, or installation or architectural performance - Zosha seems to have a voice for it. She seamlessly mixes notated performance with impro…
 
When Seth Cluett first introduced me to Angelica Negrón, I was also introduced to a few videos, including a documentary produced by Bric TV (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VFGvqdMVnA) that was super-revealing. It showed Angelica gathering vegetables for use as a sensor-based instrument, as well as playing with a collection of toys she'd collected…
 
Doing this interview - one of the series of interviews curated by Seth Cluett - was pretty challenging. Typically, when I speak with someone, their artistry is fairly easily identified: they are performers, composers, makers or something discrete. Lainie Fefferman is definitely not discrete: she's simultaneously fulfilling all of these in order to …
 
This is the first in a series of podcasts curated by Seth Cluett. I hope you enjoy it! Yvette Janine Jackson has taken a new approach to composition: by combining her experiences in theater, in tape-based studios and at Columbia, she's created her own personal genre - Radio Opera - that combines music, spoken word and field recording into a compell…
 
I seem to have known about Sarah Belle Reid for ages - I think I often happen to be in places where she's playing, so it seems like she's been around for a while. I was surprised, therefore, when I heard that her recent release - Underneath and Sonder - was her first recorded release! Listening to it is a treat: there's a constant melding of proces…
 
I'm always curious about the direction a guitarist is going to take instrument building - especially when extensive electronics will be involved. Sometimes it is an attempt to lock into existing gear (MIDI Guitar), while other times it is seeks to meld comfortable technique with new technology. The Smomid, created by Nick Demopoulos, it all about t…
 
I first ran across Joe Caputo's work during some random YouTubing, where his "Voltage Control Lab" was a real eye-opener - especially for a few under-supported modules like the Ornaments and Crime. Shortly thereafter, I ran into him at the NAMM show, where I got a VCL button from him - and the rest of the history is in the podcast... Joe has pivote…
 
A few weeks ago, I got a ping from a listener to check out Jon Sonnenberg's work. A sprinkle of information here and there led me to some really interesting work. Dashing off an email got me wired in, and here's the result! I realized that I'd first run across Jon in the I Dream Of Wires documentary, where he got to show off some of his studio gear…
 
There are a few modules that have been quietly creeping into discussions - and modular rigs - over the last few months. One manufacturer that keeps coming up is Schlappi Engineering - and especially the Angle Grinder module. I'm not sure how you make a quadrature oscillator sexy - but Eric Schlappi seems to have done it! In this chat, we go over Er…
 
Charles Randolph is intrigued with things that frighten him. Complicated, yet unusual subjects with unique internal conflicts make up his films. Amongst these hard hitting character studies, Randolph has credits such as ‘The Life of David Gale,’ ‘The Interpreter,’ ‘Love & Other Drugs,’ ‘The Big Short,’ and now, ‘Bombshell.’In the latest movie, the …
 
Jon Avnet has directed, written, and produced dozens of motion pictures, television movies and Broadway plays, winning Oscars, Emmys, Tonys, Peabody's, DGA Awards, the Humanitas, Golden Globes and the AFI's Franklin Shaffner Medal.Avnet is known for his work as a director on movies like ‘Fried Green Tomatoes,’ ‘The War,’ ‘Up Close & Personal,’ ’88 …
 
In ‘The Mandela Effect,’ a man becomes obsessed with facts and events that have been collectively misremembered by thousands of people. Believing the phenomena to be the symptom of something larger, the character’s obsession eventually leads him to question reality itself. In this interview, writer-director David Guy Levy discusses why he’s obsesse…
 
In ‘The Longest Wave,’ audiences are invited to see a rare glimpse into what motivates an athlete who has everything to lose to push his body and mind to the limit. A film about surf legend Robby Naish.Writer-director Joe Berliner is known for documentaries on Metallica, Oprah, Tony Robbins and Ted Bundy. Recently, he also directed the Netflix fict…
 
Phedon Papamichael Jr. grew up surrounded by creativity. His father was a Greek cinematographer best known for working with John Cassavetes. Through various influences, Papamichael got involved with photography and then filmmaking. The cinematographer is now known for working on movies like ‘Sideways,’ ‘Walk the Line,’ ‘The Weather Man,’ ‘3:10 to Y…
 
You know how there are some people that just make you feel better for having had a talk, email or forum exchange with them? Dan Derks is one of those people. He has such a great way of viewing the world - and of sharing it with others. He also is energy-filled, carrying on multiple simultaneous projects - and all of them are fantastic. In our chat,…
 
There is something kind of fascinating about clock systems. They are the beat of our systems - regardless of artform. They need to be unwavering, but also need to be responsive to our changes. The product that Ed Guild creates - The Missing Link - is a hardware clocking device with a different: it can attach to, and interact with, an Ableton Link t…
 
There are many ways to create a body of work. You can crunch away at tracks, canvases or blocks of marble, building more and more until you have the body of work that you can share as your work. Or, alternatively, you can create a system, fine-tune it, and use it to create an array of work that is representative of your ideas - and the expression o…
 
Scott Morgan's Loscil music project has been in my ears for a while. He's one of the people that folks have always had in their 'favorites' list - and would recommend to me quite often. With a ton of releases going back to the early 2000's, his body of work really stands the test of time. And the music sounds so good... In our discussion, we talk a…
 
Kenneth Kirschner's music first got on my radar in a New Music Minnesota email, which pointed to a fabulous video (https://youtu.be/I9P2Whq_-uc). In this video discussion, Kenneth talked about his process - and his feelings about recorded work as its own 'thing'. I found it fascinating, and reached out - and this chat is the result! If you want to …
 
While attending college in London, Jason Keller discovered he wanted to be a screenwriter. Soon, he fully committed to the profession and moved to Los Angeles with no connections and little to no safety net.Over the years, he worked every job imaginable on a set while studying scripts at night. During his first decade in Los Angeles, he experienced…
 
Andrew Lyman-Clarke grew up with experimental filmmakers. At a very early age, he started making shorts and even persuaded a teacher to accept a film rather than a term paper. Over time, he worked as a gaffer, best boy, and grip to steal some time on set. In college, Andrew made the feature, ‘Have You Seen,’ then entered the short ‘Follow the Leade…
 
At an early age, Alice Waddington learned it was possible to create something in and around your small town, that could affect people around the globe. When the financial crisis hit Spain in 2008, she made the decision to pursue her dreams of becoming a screenwriter and filmmaker.Hoping to pay homage to the female heroine, Waddington began a career…
 
Darrin Prescott was attracted to the challenge of stuntwork. Early in his career, he doubled for Arnold Schwarzenegger and Hugo Weaving, thanks to his training in martial arts, driving, motorcycles, and snowboarding, he even competed in the 2001 X-Games. Moving from stuntwork to stunt coordinator, he worked on projects like ‘Eraser,’ ‘Fight Club,’ …
 
Rhys Fulber's CV is pretty amazing: from his work with Front Line Assembly, Delirium, Intermix (these all with Bill Leeb), production and programming work with everyone from Fear Factory to Josh Groban, and solo recordings and performances - he's got a full platter. His most recent release - Ostalgia - is an almost perfect synthesis of old-school E…
 
Fencing, rugby, and martial arts led Nick Powell down a path to stunt work. Over time, he found himself working as an actor and stuntman on ‘Braveheart,’ ‘Goldeneye,’ ‘The Mummy,’ ‘The Bourne Identity,’ ‘Gladiator,’ and ‘The Last Samurai.’Thanks to his work helping other first time directors, he eventually came to direct the new film, ‘Primal.’ Sta…
 
Monty Whitebloom never planned to be a filmmaker. Studying English Literature at University, he was actually sucked into the rave movement in London. While making short films, he started making videos to play along in rave clubs. This unusual journey led him to work with the Sound System, Soul II Soul. Eventually he started making music videos for …
 
Luke Bracey wanted to be a professional rugby player, but fell into acting by chance. Over time, the Australian actor found himself on the long running soap opera, ‘Home and Away.’His background in the physical and rigorous sport soon guided him into action roles, such as ‘G.I. Joe: Retaliation,’ ‘The November Man,’ ‘Hacksaw Ridge,’ and the reboot …
 
Gregory Allen Howard’s cousin introduced him to “what was underneath the movies.” While his cousin wasn’t in the business, he taught Howard that there was so much more underneath the service of something he previously viewed as pure entertainment or escapism. Over the years, the screenwriter used his voice to write and create stories for ‘Remember …
 
Become a Patron! Andrew Baschyn is a bit of a legend here in Minneapolis. With 30 years of music-making behind him, and a set of both new and re-releases about to hit, he's been super active. So I was very pleased to get to visit his studio, have a chat, and get to know a little bit more about the man behind Baschyn Musik. What's interesting is the…
 
As a character actor, William Fichtner is known for playing roughneck characters, in films like ‘Crash,’ ‘Drive Angry,’ ‘The Dark Knight,’ ‘Armageddon,’ and ‘Black Hawk Down.’ Recently, he’s also landed a frequent role as Adam on the series, ‘Mom.’In his writer-director debut, Fichtner took the reins for the film, ‘Cold Brook.’ The story, which fol…
 
Logan Mashall-Green was born in the arts, with two parents who taught theater. As an actor, Logan landed jobs in ‘Upgrade’ ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming,’ and ‘Prometheus,’ plus he just stepped into his debut role as writer-director for ‘Adopt a Highway.’The simplistic description of the new film is, “An ex-felon discovers a live baby left in a dumpster,…
 
Michael Grady spent his 20s shooting shorts and working as an electrician and gaffer. His active approach paid off, as a few shorts got into Sundance, and then he worked his way up through $100,000 movies and new television shows. By immersing himself in the culture, Grady was able to make a career by being relentless. His credits include ‘Easy A,’…
 
Aron Eli Coleite describes himself as a “classic nerd.” Since the age of 11, he’s been going to the comic book store each week when new issues come out, and he grew up digesting comics, film, and television. Stepping into the fandom he so adored, the screenwriter started writing on ‘Crossing Jordan,’ but then moved into writing the series, ‘Heroes,…
 
On this episode, Third Of Never's Jon Dawson talks to Martin Kennedy of All India Radio and recording artist/Jam Records founder Jeremy Morris.The music featured during the Martin Kennedy segment is from the new All India Radio album, "The Eternal". During the second part of the show, music from Jeremy's albums "Dulcimer Dance", "The Gift", "New Da…
 
I got a random email from a listener saying "Hey, I started digging through some old video and digitizing it - you might be interested!" So I checked it out, and I was (interested). It probably helped that the first video I checked out featured a young-as-a-pup Seth Cluett, but the range of performers and artists in these videos is astounding. All …
 
As a kid, Tom Eagles didn’t have a television, but he loved going to the movies. As he entered the business, he started cutting trailers and promos. As an Editor, he learned that he could shape stories in a creative manner. While cutting drama for television, Eagles eventually met writer-director Taika Waititi. The duo worked together on ‘What We D…
 
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg taught Dan DeLeeuw how visual effects lights up an audience. He went to college to learn more and then got a job at Dream Quest, which included miniatures and models. In the 1990s, DeLeeuw worked on films like ‘The Three Musketeers,’ ’The Rock,’ ‘Deep Rising,’ ‘Armageddon,’ ‘Mighty Joe Young,’ ‘Bicentennial Man’, ‘…
 
Ben Smithard spent his childhood watching movies. When he decided to enter the business, he made his way into Cinematography with commercials and music videos. He struggled, but eventually made his way into TV and film, with credits including ‘The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,’ ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin,’ ‘Blinded by the Light,’ and ‘Downton …
 
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