The Process and The Brief is a podcast created by the artists Paige Landesberg and Danny Shapiro. The Process and The Brief is a podcast created by the artists Paige Landesberg and Danny Shapiro. We’re investigating all sorts of structures that make creative work possible. We record two separate but equal editions each week: The Process Edition, and The Brief Edition. All of our material can be accessed through our website at https://www.theprocessandthebrief.com/
From 2012, DJ Tarune brings you voices. Listen in for interviews with animation voice actors, as well as cartoonists and writers!
An eclectic- and perhaps unsettling- mix of alternative, avant-garde, classical, dark ambient, darkwave, dreampop, electronic, experimental, folk, post-punk, psychedelic, shoegaze, traditional, and trip-hop.
Limits is not where you will hear top 40 hits. Consisting of mainly a wide range of electronic music and a hint of hiphop you will hear classics like Human After All but more important what you probably have never heard.
Tangential Space is the one stop shop for a wide array of different music, with styles ranging from video game soundtracks to ragtime and More! Listen here on FreeRadioSAIC to hear Ethan talk about life, movies, games, and whatever music he’s playing this week! What are you waiting for? Listen Today!
LIGHTS ON is an electronic-based broadcast and podcast with interviews by and with Chicago-based DJs and makers.
“”Take this journey
Don’t be scared, be prepared
From the light that shines
From the top of the spine
Not the mind to the mouth, creativity release””
With a title inspired by The Grouch and Eligh’s “”Lake Release””, Take This Journey explores different musical narratives through themes like artist origins and sample roots.
An hour’s worth of music created by queer femme artists. Intersectional, trans-inclusive feminism. “Lavender menace” was a term used by radical feminists of the 70’s to condemn and distance themselves from lesbian members of the movement.
In quick greetings, we see a glimpse into people’s lives, but too often we find ourselves caught up in our own academic chaos that we do not make time or space to get to know the people wom we see every single day, who ensure that we are safe, that we are fed, that our studios are clean.
With Sharing Space, we want to dedicate two hours a month to getting to know the people we see everyday but don’t have the ability to make time for, the individuals who facilitate the day to day activities at SAIC and the surrounding downtown area; they are the security guards, cafeteria workers, janitors, baristas, retail associates, Target employees, waitstaff, the xylophone player on Michigan and Monroe.
“YouTube deep cuts.
Jumping between at least four tabs of Autoplay.
Interruptions and layering.
Genres ranging from East Coast rap, to Detroit techno, to Chicago house, to a smattering of contemporary releases from around the world.
Dominantly tracks that you can move to. Work to. Think to. Unload to.
Regular guest features. Voice memos, and loose interviews.”
An honest perspective on what it’s like to be a graduate student in art school in the present day. Topics change weekly including real talk in the studio, new projects, mishaps, dating, friendships, art openings, and everything taking place in this moment here. Hosted by two female MFA candidates in the Painting and Drawing Department, this program will feature weekly guests from inside and outside SAIC. Every Monday at 4-5pm.
Join Jim and Ian as they hurtle through space, desperately trying to figure out what is going on.
Just like the classic snack, each week we’ll dive into a different genre of music and explore what each has to offer.
Welcome to GRGES Radio. We focus on blending the future with the past by playing soul, hip-hop, r&b, house, pop, funk, alternative rock and more contemporary styles like future house and sample based music. Expose the world to fresh music. Instrumentals are our best friends.
The Best in Surf Punk, Garage Rock, and Independent Alternative. Hosted by Paloma Valencia and Sarina Swalm.