Suckers Episode 1

Long ago, Marguerite was cursed to roam the earth, damned for all eternity. Only now can she free herself from her endless fate, by making her friends watch many, many pieces of vampire-based entertainment. Together they will seek the answers to the questions which have haunted her; Why do vampires never update their wardrobe? Is vampirism just hardcore anemia? And why is so much vampire media hilariously, insanely bad? Originally aired October 20th, 2019

Celtic Rainstorm November 7th

From the Archive: Celtic Rainstorm, November 7th, 2019

Minced Meat Episode 1

Originally aired October 10th 2019—
Alice Peacock, SAIC’s Thursday evening DJ all the way from the UK zone, takes you through a few of her favorite grime songs, and tells a great story about monkeys in Thailand.

Headspace Episode 5

From The Archive: December 2nd 2018
A project on time, nostalgia, repetition, intimacy and poetics, Alex Janakiraman’s show will develop into its own dreamy space for remembering and imagining.

Open Air(Waves)2019

From the archive: originally aired March 20th 2019

Presenting the 2019 Open Air(Waves) Broadcast!±±±Free Radio SAIC’s annual broadcast composed of student and faculty-made work ranging from original music, experimental sound, podcasting and audio performances.

Mixed by 11ai, presented by Ilai Gilbert, Max Reber, Rafa Rivas, Paloma Valencia, Grace Hall, Lumpen Radio 105.5 fm, and Free Radio SAIC.

FreeRadioSAIC x Flaxman Library De-Stress Week Programming

In Collaboration with the Flaxman Library for De-Stress week, please enjoy this mix of a set by DJ Espooky and original music by 11ai for relaxing/studying for finals! Broadcasted 2-4 pm on December 3 2019.

Specific Sites with Eric Leonardson

Specific Sites is a celebration of student work from Acoustic Ecology and Soundscape at SAIC.

Originally aired 12/18/2017.

OpenAir(Waves) Broadcast

Originally aired 3/15/2017.

OpenAir(Waves) is a curated broadcast of wide-ranging student work from experimental sound to traditional music, spoken word, and creative performances. The show is a collaboration between musicians, sound artists and performers at SAIC.

 

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To You, Somehow

To You, Somehow is born out of a desire to further understand and unearth the emotion within Carrie & Lowell, and to approach the fear Stevens feels in writing the album. When all of the instruments, lyrics, and everything else that contextualizes these works as songs to be sung fall apart, what can remain? more »