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INDIEcent Exposure #18 — Anonymous Animal at the Gararge with And the Kids

Anonymous Animal; photo courtesy the band, via Facebook.
Anonymous Animal; photo courtesy the band, via Facebook.
Joe Aidonidis and Barny Lanman are Anonymous Animal, opening for And the Kids Friday, November 20 at the Garage in Pittsfield; photo courtesy the artist via Facebook.
Joe Aidonidis and Barny Lanman are Anonymous Animal, opening for And the Kids Friday, November 20 at the Garage in Pittsfield; photo courtesy the artist via Facebook.

 

This episode, we speak to Joe Aidonidis, half of Anonymous Animal, who discusses music and music technology, as well as some of his work in video craft.

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Will Call #19 — Getting Reel with Wind-Up Fest

"Uncertain," directed by Anna Sandilands and Ewan McNicol, will be shown Saturday, October 17, at 3:00 p.m. at the '62 Center for Theatre and Dance; publicity photo. Afterwards, Local Pulitzer-Prize winning writer Elizabeth Kolbert (The Sixth Extinction) speaks with the directors about nature out of balance.
"Uncertain," directed by Anna Sandilands and Ewan McNicol, will be shown Saturday, October 17, at 3:00 p.m. at the '62 Center for Theatre and Dance; publicity photo. Afterwards, Local Pulitzer-Prize winning writer Elizabeth Kolbert (The Sixth Extinction) speaks with the directors about nature out of balance.

Artistic Director Paul Sturtz and Managing Director Sandra Thomas discuss the new format, film making, and efforts to make the Wind-Up Fest increasingly inclusive.

"Uncertain," directed by Anna Sandilands and Ewan McNicol, will be shown Saturday, October 17, at 3:00 p.m. at the '62 Center for Theatre and Dance; publicity photo. Afterwards, Local Pulitzer-Prize winning writer Elizabeth Kolbert (The Sixth Extinction) speaks with the directors about nature out of balance.
“Uncertain,” directed by Anna Sandilands and Ewan McNicol, will be shown Saturday, October 17, at 3:00 p.m. at the ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance; publicity photo. Afterwards, Local Pulitzer-Prize winning writer Elizabeth Kolbert (The Sixth Extinction) speaks with the directors about nature out of balance.

Since 1999,the Williamstown Film Festival has brought the finest contemporary films, directors and actors to the pastoral hills of the Berkshires. Each Film Festival season aimed to honor film’s history while concurrently celebrating the present cultural moment.

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INDIEcent Exposure #14 — The Sun Parade Fire It Up in October

The Sun Parade open for Dr. Dog at MASS MoCA 10/10 and help kick off the Wind-Up Fest 10/15; photo by Joanna Chattman
The Sun Parade open for Dr. Dog at MASS MoCA 10/10 and help kick off the Wind-Up Fest 10/15; photo by Joanna Chattman

Pi Valley Faves, The Sun Parade march into the Berks for TWO shows this month.

PLUS:  Kris Delmhorst—TONIGHT at the BarN

The Sun Parade opens for Dr. Dog at MASS MoCA 10/10 and helps kick off the Wind-Up Fest 10/15; photo by Joanna Chattman
Jefferson Lewis, Chris Marlon Jennings, and Jared Gardner of The Sun Parade. The band opens for Dr. Dog at MASS MoCA 10/10 and helps kick off the Wind-Up Fest 10/15; photo by Joanna Chattman.

ALERT: Consider PREPARING for the possible landfall of Hurricane Joaquin while we have plenty of time..

Singer and guitarist Chris Marlon Jennings relates the band’s creation story and talks about the ongoing development of their creative process. The Sun Parade helps And the Kids kick off the opening of Wind-Up Fest here in NoCo, opens for Dr. Dog at MASS MoCA, and curates a micro festival at Gateway City Arts with their friends Great Smokey and Xenia Rubinos.

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Will Call #6 — Robert Kingsbury: Berkshires Jazz Cat to Mad Man and back again

Williams Reunion Jazz Band; photo courtesy Robert Kingsbury
Williams Reunion Jazz Band; photo courtesy Robert Kingsbury

PLUS: Music from Munk Duane and And the Kids; Douglas Paisley Opens Up about the Creative, the Subconcious, the Spiritual

Williams Reunion Jazz Band; photo courtesy Robert Kingsbury
Williams Reunion Jazz Band; photo courtesy Robert Kingsbury

 

I love this episode. Not only do we have two fantastic guests AND massively powerful indie music mojo, but this is the episode where I figure out some critical truths about how to engineer the show so that we have time for everything we want to hear. Probably, this means that indie music is going to get it’s own show next week. For now, enjoy an hour and a half or so of exceptional Internet audio goodness. As always, a great time co-hosted by Tela Zasloff, founder and editor of the Greylock Independent.

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