Never Records – Episode 41

Continuing the London series of Never Records, today’s episode is all about CBGBs, not the legendary bar on the Bowery but Country, Bluegrass, and Blues. All the music on today’s episode is infl…

Never Records – Episode 40

On today’s episode I’m going to feature tracks by musicians that use sequencing to compose their music. Sequencing is problematic for me. I never want to feel like a duplication service, so if someone…

Never Records – Episode 39

Today’s episode is all about Punk and is dedicated to Arturo Eduardo Vega, one of my heroes. Best known for his work with The Ramones, Arturo was a powerful and prolific artist whose lifelong in…

Never Records Episode 38

On this episode of Never Records we explore what Never Records is all about. Is it about music? art? sound? We push the boundaries on what exactly Never Records can do with some of the most creative r…

Never Records Episode 37

Today’s episode features some of the artists that made me feel at home in London. Whether they physically helped me build the installation, provided me with a space to express myself, or inspired me, …

Never Records 36

  This week’s episode of Never Records was recorded in London in 2011, where I was participating in the Merge Festival. I spent a month in Bankside, where I recorded and pressed vinyl. The …

Never Records Episode 35

In 2011 I spent a month in England to participate in the Merge Festival, an annual festival that encourages and promotes a set of performances, events and happenings which draw on the rich heritage an…

Never Records: Episode 34

In 2011, I was invited by Caroline Jones from Illuminate Productions to participate in the Merge Festival, an annual festival that encourages and promotes a set of performances, events and happenings …

Never Records: Episode 31

For the past several weeks we’ve explored some of the many projects I’ve done between Never Records installations. I’d like to spend today’s episode on a recording that is essential to understanding N…