Social Discipline

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We are back with DeForrest Brown, Jr. | Speaker Music. We talked about the East Village in the age of COVID, DeForrest’s forthcoming book: “Assembling a Black Counter Culture” in light of the killing of George Floyd and the BLM demonstrations all over the world. Discussion ends touching never released Final Fantasies, moving from Alabama to Manhattan and how America, basically is a scam. As usual, in-house counter-police enforcement beats mixed with some classics from Detroit and a final gem by our guest with Kepla.
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Mattin & Miguel Prado thinking aloud about the current events regarding COVID-19 while making sense of history as it happens. They let the unconscious improvise in this absolutely unexpected present, trying to render actual a no longer distant future.
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Mattin and Miguel Prado talk with uncompromising art-theory-mavericks: Ana Teixeira Pinto and Kerstin Stakemeier about their crucial text: “A Brief Glossary of Social Sadism”. More relevant than ever in these times of generalised brutality. Artwork: Parker Bright, “Confronting My Own Possible Death”, 2018.
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We are joined by Elena Biserna: researcher and curator based in Marseille. We talked about skin starvation, feminist cross-border actions and participating in the Holy Mass via Jitsi.
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This week we are joined by François J. Bonnet, recording artist (as Kassel Jaeger) and theoretician, Director of Groupe de Recherches Musicales of the National Audiovisual Institute (INA-GRM) in Paris, and producer on National French Radio France Musique. We talk with him about the recent publication of the english translation of his book “After Death” (2020, Urbanomic) in the context of the current pandemic and the general externalisation and disembodiment of death. We do end up divagating about improvisation, the sublime, romanticism and other meta-musical tropes in the direction of François’ most recent book “The Music To Come” (2020, Shelter ...

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