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Dubhead has hosted The Rhythm Selection since it first launched on 95bFM in 1990. The content is best described as "Ghetto Music", encompassing vintage ska, rocksteady, roots reggae, dub, dancehall, funk, and hip-hop, as well as showcasing contemporary music from New Zealand and abroad. Interviews with visiting reggae artists are sometimes featured and Dubhead is often joined in the studio by notable international and local guest selectors. The Rhythm Selection airs Monday 9-11pm, and repeat ...
 
Born in New York, raised in Toronto, Jill Culiner has lived in several cars, one closet, a Hungarian mud house, a Bavarian castle, a Turkish cave dwelling, in a haunted house on the English moors, in the Sahara desert, on a Greek island, in several French villages and has worked as a go-go girl, belly dancer, fortune teller, translator, newspaper deliverer, radio broadcaster, contemporary artist, photographer, actress and writer. She has written two mysteries, Sad Summer in Biarritz, and Dea ...
 
Studio Noize is a weekly art podcast highlighting artists and creators of the African diaspora. Artist and printmakers Jamaal Barber and Jasmine Williams talk with other black artists about their art processes and their lives. They engage with painters, curators, singers, dancers, art directors, collectors, and guests of all disciplines. Studio Noize’s creative conversations motivate and inspire while archiving the voices of contemporary black artists. New episodes are posted every Tuesday.
 
Pod De Deux explores current issues and trends in the dance community through frank and relaxed conversations with dance-makers. Guests include dancers, choreographers, administrators, and anyone else with a firm connection to the dance world. We seek to understand our guests’ experiences through an honest back-and-forth that is ultimately more thought-provoking and spirited than a simple Q&A.
 
IRENA TOMAŽIN (text by: Luka Zagori?nik)Dancer, choreographer, performer, actress, philosopher, and vocalist Irena Tomažin made her first appearance in the area of music with the group Kapricjoke, which appeared also in the Concert Marathon organised by Radio Student. However, her most noteworthy debut presentation in the field of sound was made with a solo recital iT for voice and voice recorders, in which Tomažin ingeniously weaves the story through the primary human instrument – the voice ...
 
The place for the unheard scene; celebrating jazz legends in their own lifetime. A space dedicated to AfroPean jazz in all its forms; from Soca to Soul, Danson to Dancefloor, Rumba to Reggae, Rhythm and Blues to Drum and Bass, Broken Beat to Spoken Word, Hip Hop to Hi-Life, Calypso to Grime, Straight Ahead to Back in The Day, Freeform to Fusion, Ballads to Blues, Leftfield to downright funky. From the roots to the fruits. This is Jazzreloaded. Jazz changes Jazz. A four letter word. And you l ...
 
Ivana Ivković - A Step into the Void: Cracks in ChoreographyWe are used to looking at the dancer’s body in performance as a body that is continuously in motion, a masterful body productive in its movement, a non-interrupted kinetic spectacle. However, if we stop that body in passage and take a step forward, toward the idea of dance as an act that also includes periods without movement, cracks or “negative spaces” of dance, we open up to the potential for a structural use of the void and stil ...
 
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In this episode, we get to catch up with Studio Noize fam, Charly Palmer who has been having an amazing year despite the pandemic. Charly tells us about his year that started with a trip to South Africa and the series of events that lead him to a few dream projects. One project was a cover for Time Magazine! We talk about how he connected with John…
 
In this installment of PDD’s fall/spring series covering the Dance Now 25th anniversary season, Paul Hamilton speaks with Choreographer, Writer, Director, and two-time Bessie winner Jane Comfort, who is being honored on Thursday, December 3rd at 7:00pm during the festival’s evening celebration. This interview is a wide-ranging conversation in which…
 
Artist Jerry Lynn joins the Studio Noize fam to talk about his amazing work. We talk about Jerry’s beautiful southern nostalgia paintings filled with southern images like churches, baptism, and fields of cotton. We talk about the other influences of his work as his love for his children and reverence for Black historical figures. Jerry talks about …
 
In our previous episode of the LLAB, we spoke with three Black dancers about their experiences and challenges navigating concert dance. This week, we talked to dancers on the other end of the field, in commercial dance. Our guests Tash Crudup and Keenan Cooks share stories and lessons about the challenges, triumphs and what it takes to make it as a…
 
Studio Noize returns from our long hiatus with more conversations to end this long year off a good note. This episode we talk about the Nuafricans, a collaborative project with 2 superstar artists, Maurice Evans and Grace Kisa. The whole process of creating these images is really fascinating. It gets deep into issues of beauty standards, personal i…
 
In the 4th episode of PDD’s coverage of the Dance Now festival’s 25th anniversary season, new host Paul Hamilton talks with the talented tap dancer Orlando Hernandez, who has a new digital commission premiering online on Thursday, November 12th as part of the Dance Now November Chapter. (Tickets and additional information are available here!) In th…
 
In our previous series on the LLAB, we spoke with Black dancers about their experience as dance students in undergraduate and graduate programs and the challenges they faced being minorities in those spaces. This week, we started a new two-episode topic, re-centering the conversation on what it’s like to be a professional dancer while Black. We mee…
 
Today we welcome film and television director Crystle C Roberson to the Studio Noize podcast. Crystal has been cutting in the director's chair for a long time. Lately, she brought her talents to Greenleaf and Ambitions on the OWN Network. We learn about Crystle's philosophy when it comes to making a movie, what it’s like working on a big-time produ…
 
Photo Credits: Matt Murphy, Nicole Wolcott, Jonathan Hökklo & Antoine Tempé In the 3rd episode of PDD’s coverage of the Dance Now festival’s 25th anniversary season, new hosts Paul Hamilton and Sabrina Karlin interview Jamal Jackson and Nicole Wolcott! Digital commissions from both artists premiere as part of Chapter 2 on Thursday, October 8th. Tic…
 
Photo credit for Sydnie: Jamie McClean @jmxclean Photo credit for Michelle : Jonah Pester In our previous episode of the LLAB, we spoke with three Black dancers about their experiences and challenges with navigating undergraduate dance programs. This week, we wanted to take it a step further. We expanded our dialogue to the often overlooked subject…
 
Studio Noize brings you a special episode featuring the 2020 Horizon Award winner Neka King. Neka king is a digital artist and muralist in the city of Atlanta doing big things. A few of her beautiful murals have popped up around the city. It's just the beginning of this amazing young woman’s journey in the art world. We talk about how she got into …
 
Studio Noize brings you a special episode featuring the 2020 Horizon Award winner Symone Baptiste. Symone made her directorial debut with the award-winning short film Sixteen Thousand Dollars after putting in years of work at NBC and booking comedy shows in LA. We talk about the process of making a movie, how she came up from working all her jobs, …
 
In the 2nd installment of PDD’s fall/spring series covering the Dance Now 25th anniversary season, new hosts Paul Hamilton and Sabrina Karlin interview the iconic Gus Solomons jr! Gus will be honored in Dance Now’s Chapter 1 virtual celebration on Thursday, October 1st at 7:00pm EDT. You can find more information and purchase a $20 ticket here, or …
 
In the first episode of this fall PDD series, The LLAB, new Host Antuan Byers talks to a recent grad, Morgan Burns, and college seniors, Runako Campbell and Ricardo Hartley, about their experiences navigating the world of dance education as Black students at predominantly white institutions. Although all three of these guests attended different col…
 
Personal & Business Coach Devon Bandison joins new PDD Host Antuan Byers, as well as Jessica and Clara, to help the PDD team prepare to integrate racial justice conversations into our work. This work will begin with Antuan’s upcoming series called The LLAB (Listening, Learning and Building), which will create a space to share marginalized Black voi…
 
Robin Staff, Founding Executive Artistic Director of Dance Now, sat down with Clara and new PDD host Paul Hamilton to discuss Dance Now’s 25th anniversary season that kicks off on September 10th! Dance Now, which traditionally opens the NYC performance season with a week of shows at Joe’s Pub, is charting new territory by hosting a completely virtu…
 
It’s a celebration on Episode 100 of Studio Noize! We start by celebrating the amazing Chadwick Boseman who just joined the ancestors after a long battle with cancer. Jamaal and Jasmine (back from hiatus) talk about the journey of reaching 100 episodes without podfading after 2 years and a lot of growing and changing. We get some help from some of …
 
Arts Organizer Ash Nash returns to Studio Noize! Since we last caught up with her on our Kaeperbowl episode (way back at Episode 20) Ash has been building her company Power Haus Creative and doing amazing work in the city. We talk about her latest project which was a Juneteenth artist takeover of the Flat Iron building in downtown Atlanta, how she …
 
Printmaker Jennifer Mack Watkins joins Studio Noize for some good conversation about her journey into mokuhanga, a Japanese relief printing technique. We talk about her trip to Japan where she learned from some real masters, her start right here in Atlanta at Morris Brown and how motherhood factors into her artist life. There are not a lot of Black…
 
►We are in lockdown! But lockdown can not stop us! People, Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and girls, the Lyrical Faya, the Healer Of The Nation and the Unstoppable Cali P is on the line. We are Whatsapping, everything Whatsapp Call this week and what a pleasure it is to have you on the podcast Cali. Man hit it like a gunshot on the #LazeReggae Invasion…
 
Studio Noize welcomes Katharen Wiese to the fam! Kat is a young, super talented artist working in Lincoln, Nebraska. Her art deals with issues of multicultural identity and representation. She is a phenomenal painter and printmaker. Kat and Jamaal talk about her life experience being multiracial and growing up in predominantly white spaces. The con…
 
Your weekend party officially begins! Join the party! DJ Feischer brings the dancehall turn up straight to the comfort of your space. We have some gyallis anthems and yes, some gyal tunes as well. It is a summer turn up! Dancehall style and pattern! The Freestyle series is a showcase of each Djs ability to mix on the fly, showcasing as many of thei…
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/08/sonya-final.mp3 The Pod De Deux Podcast team is back with a not-to-be-missed season finale episode in the “Women Of Broadway” summer series. This week, Emmy nominee Sonya Tayeh joins Michael, Ellyn, and Kevin to discuss what it was like to choreograph, not one, but two musicals slated for Broadway this …
 
Kevin Sipp from the Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs talks with Studio Noize about the interaction between government and working artists. Kevin gives us a lesson on the history of the City of Atlanta’s support of the arts and moment in his long career as an artist, curator, and historian working with Atlanta’s cornerstone institutions fo…
 
It is the #LazeReggae Big Weekend as we usher in August 2020! The Koroga Festival is a celebration of African music, food, art and fashion brought to you in the form of a concert and open boutique market. The One Love Edition billed names like Kenyan dancehall legends Redsan, Wyre The Love Child, and the Legendary Reggae act from Cote D’Ivore -Alph…
 
It is the #LazeReggae Big Weekend as we usher in August 2020! The Koroga Festival is a celebration of African music, food, art and fashion brought to you in the form of a concert and open boutique market. The One Love Edition billed names like Kenyan dancehall legends Redsan, Wyre The Love Child, and the Legendary Reggae act from Cote D’Ivore -Alph…
 
It is the #LazeReggae Big Weekend as we usher in August 2020! The Koroga Festival is a celebration of African music, food, art and fashion brought to you in the form of a concert and open boutique market. The One Love Edition billed names like Kenyan dancehall legends Redsan, Wyre The Love Child, and the Legendary Reggae act from Cote D’Ivore -Alph…
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/07/lizzi-gee-final.mp3 The Pod De Deux Podcast team is back with another episode in the “Women Of Broadway” summer series, this week featuring Lizzi Gee, the choreographer behind this past season’s production of A Christmas Carol. In this episode, the remarkable Lizzi Gee discusses what it meant to her to …
 
It is Wednesday and that only means one thing: a #LazeReggae Invasion Podcast Minisode! It is hard to imagine that accomplished acts like Redsan and Wyre finally got their Koroga Festival debuts on the 27th edition alongside reggae brigadier, Alpha Blondy. Today, we look back at our link up with the two acts speaking what it means to get a Koroga F…
 
Dr. Christena Cleveland joins Studio Noize for an in-depth conversation about how we visualize divinity. Dr. Cleveland’s book Christ Our Black Mother Speaks discusses how our relationship to God is related to how we imagine God and if the image of God is a Black woman what that means to everyone that follows her. She talks about the history of the …
 
►We are in lockdown! But lockdown can not stop us! East Coast, West Coast, Africa, Carribean, Broadway, North side, South side, The Gideon, it can't stop Keznamdi. The son who saved his father's name. People, Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and girls, Keznamdi is on the line and we are talking everything Bloodline Album. We are zooming and what a pleasu…
 
The 7 Mile girl, Jamea Richmond-Edwards joins the podcast to talk about her amazing mixed media work. Her work centers Black woman fully and unapologetically. She crafts narratives around her life experiences growing up in Detroit in the 90’s. We talk about her inspirations from Ebony magazine spreads, to Howard and beyond. It’s another great conve…
 
#LazeReggae Invasion Podcast's host Vinny Puppa Rankin (Embukane Libosso) returns from hosting the annual Madaraka Festival 2020. We linked up with the sweetest voice in Kenyan reggae music, Shamir at the concert and this week bring you the live performance of Shamir who specializes in Lovers rock. He chooses this genre of music as he believes it p…
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2020/07/carrie-anne-ingrouille-final-1.mp3 The Pod De Deux Podcast team is back with another episode in the “Women Of Broadway” summer series, this week featuring Six The Musical choreographer, Carrie-Anne Ingrouille. In the episode, Carrie-Anne discusses the growth, inspiration, and magic behind the female-dri…
 
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