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stopGOstop, explores the idea that sound recordings can act as sediment– as an accumulation of recorded cultural material– distributed via rss feed, and listened to on headphones. Each episode is a new sonic layer, field recordings, plunderphonics, electroacoustic, all composed together in one episode, or presented individually as striations. Produced by John Wanzel
 
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A new sound collage featuring the beginnings of the Iraq war, existential-phenomenological foundations for a science of persons, with tuba, xylophone, clarinet, flute, pulsing feedback, and a field recording of the French countryside recording in the summer of 2003. . As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the podcast will be…
 
What fills in the voids of memory? In episode 2, Jerome interviews Regina about Nick’s death. A discussion about movies and secrets is interspersed with stage directions and the WHO’s report on the global burden of disease. The program concludes with an interview with Tamara. Night Moves features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and J…
 
A sound collage featuring: advanced microphone techniques, more about atomic clocks and culture jamming, Channing Philips, ALCO, Carl Jung, and much more. As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the podcast will be releasing parallel projects for each episode.john wanzel
 
What do you remember more, the death of a friend or the death of thousands? The series begins with an interview recounting the summer of 2003 and the death of Nick. The episode then traces Jerome’s family history in the armed forces, the start of the Iraq war, the beginning of Covid-19, and gun violence in Chicago. As part of the first season of th…
 
It starts with an announcement. Episode 150 continues with a sound collage featuring: bike safety, atomic clocks, basketball, the Chicago Style, a bit of chaos, GPS, and featuring synthetic piano, slowed down typing, low notes, and much much more! For more information about my new project please visit idahostreetworkshop.com…
 
A transformation/remix of how do you think i began in the world, an album I released in April 2020. In the wolrd rearranges and revoices about of a quarter of the orginal elements of the piece. I have also added bits and pieces of audio from the rehearsal launch of Apollo One. If you would like to support the podcast, please think about purchasing …
 
Sometimes at lunch, I hear the organist practicing at the Spreckels Organ in Balboa Park. The organ is “the world’s largest outdoor instrument,” and has “more than 5,000 pipes” that are usually used to play a variety of show tunes and standard classical fare. Episode 147 is an incantation to the great instrument, that has been underused these last …
 
It starts with a flurry, a quickening, eventually slowing down. The strumming and pecking in the background start to become more pronounced as the anxieties lessen. The beat stops, and the feedback envelops. In the distance a melody is present, but the foreground disguises it. Sounds of a being back in public emerge, and the simple melody may have …
 
In mid-August, I spent about a week camping. The majority of the time I was at Mancos State Park. There was a no-burn order for the entire state, so most nights I would sit and read and write until my solar-powered lights grew dim, listen to music via my phone while watching the stars appear in the sky, and I also would sit, drink a beer, and liste…
 
The launch of Apollo 6, government stimulus, Angela Davis, colonies on Mars, Malcolm X, explorations of outer space, 1968, futurists, and a remix of suite I, Mars, from The Planets, Op.32, by Gustav Holst. The seven suites of Holst’s The Planets were first played together in September of 1918, during a worldwide pandemic. Time goes slow, is the sec…
 
Cosmic Background Radiation, Lenard Bernstein, Angela Davis, IBM Control Programs, Malcom X, DIY synth construction, 1968, James Baldwin and a remix of suite IV Jupiter, from The Planets, Op.32, by Gustav Holst. The seven suites of Holst’s The Planets were first played together in September of 1918, during a worldwide pandemic. You know what you wa…
 
New patterns! Spies! Alcohol! Orson Welles! Food! Mars! and much! much! more! stopGOstop is proud to present, The New Vegetable; or all of New Jersey is an Inferno, a new sound collage.john wanzel
 
The piece centers on the repetitive nature of daily life, and even when the world is fragmented, seemingly destroyed, there is hope that it can be repaired, and restored. Based on “The Sow took the Measles” a folk song from colonial New England. The original verse tells of Yankee practical idealism, of making good out of a bad situation. Featuring …
 
As the world slides sideways, episode 135 of the podcast focuses on a collage of closeup and foley recordings, with occasional accompaniment by computer synthesized contrabass and tuba. The recordings include: opening a can of seltzer, pouring water, semi-rhythmic rubbing and tapping glass and cardboard, opening kitchen cabinet doors, futzing with …
 
In an experiment on the Moon, Apollo 15 Commander David Scott, dropped a geological hammer and a falcon feather simultaneously*. I can’t imagine Galileo ever considered that his thought experiment would be realized, or maybe that’s what he was thinking about in the fall of 1609 when was looking at the moon through his telescope and created, in wate…
 
A low rumble. A repetitive flute and then piano — moving slowly up and down, finding a path in through the dark night — the two play at the same time, not really together. A strumming rises and falls on the left. The tune is never playful, never mournful, not quit even, looking for its way. A held note, hoping to be propelled forward. Are those voi…
 
An old song on a computer generated piano; a theme from a 1950’s instructional video; miscellaneous bits, clicks and static; unintelligible voices; a river; a slow bell. This episode continues to collage together samples and sounds as an accompaniment to a melody based on the folk songs, this episode features The Avondale Mine Disaster. http://www.…
 
An old song on a computer generated piano; field and foley recordings; miscellaneous bits and pieces of digital sounds; a sine waves; the ocean; a train. Episode 130 of the podcast re-edits past episodes as an accompaniment to collaged piano based on the folk song The Housewife’s Lament.john wanzel
 
The Golden Record! Gravity! Cassette tape navigation! Sound waves! old voicemails! hair care advice! Proper care for vinyl record! and more! stopGOstop presents Does the Golden Record have a high quality inner sleeve?, a new sound collage.john wanzel
 
After the destination has been set, after the engines have cut off, as the computers go into hibernation, you are in the void, the vast nothing. Space is big, mind-bogglingly big its…. nothing to do but wait. Episode 128, The Float, is part two of a multi-episode journey from Earth to the beyond, featuring field recordings, miscellaneous NASA sound…
 
Part one of an odyssey from Earth to the beyond. The episode starts with a pre-launch check, liftoff, the melody of space flight, and continues with the sounds you thought you left behind, or are they memories, maybe you just need more vitamin B….what is it like to dream in space… does weightlessness effect the unconscious mind… No Praeterita! Ad P…
 
Episode 125 is a new sound collage featuring Gregory Peck, Richard Feynman, a manipulated recording of mowing the grass with a hand mower, a binaural recording of the Hillcrest Farmers Market (San Diego) and the scientific method. http://www.stopgostop.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/125.mp3 stopGOstop is produced by John Wanzel. Don’t forget to …
 
The history and environmental impacts of cement, mind-blowing theories about the universe, atomic testing at Bikini Atoll, the Chernobyl disaster, and much much more! stopGOstop is proud to present Another exiting prospect, a new sound collage.john wanzel
 
A slow circular conversation that occasionally paraphrases Shakespeare and Chekhov, to create a lamentation to work, aging and trying to talk to those around you. Featuring a binaural recording of a walk in Long Island City, Queens, and a quintet of midi-based instruments. Is it a metal block, a helicopter overhead, the ocean flows in our veins, a …
 
A twenty-five minute binaural recording of a walk from Grand Central Terminal to Times Square. I was originally going to end the episode standing above Max Neuhaus: Times Square located between 45th and 46th in Midtown Manhattan, but it was the summer solstice, so they were doing yoga throughout the area. The specific grate that the piece radiates …
 
A ten minute binaural recording standing under the Cross County Parkway, with traffic singing above, a few cars passing in front, a sneeze, and the occasional sound of pages turning (I was reading Motherhood by Sheila Heti during the recording).john wanzel
 
A binaural recording of a walk from Cross County Mall to our house in Mount Vernon. An hour long walk through lower Westchester County, in the suburbs of New York City where my wife and I have lived for the last four years. I refereed to it as the Cross Country Mall in the recording… a verbal mistake I have made over and over again. A quick note: t…
 
Episode 118 starts with a two minute recording of the Atlantic Ocean moves underground to the One train, traveling south in Manhattan, it continues with a recording of a desk chair being moved back and forth on linoleum, then the sounds of a resting steam engine, with an uptempo piano, and a slow and steady synth… a sixteen minute collage of synthe…
 
My thoughts aim west, combining a field recording made on the Los Angles Public Transportation’s Expo Line, with a new composition for computer generated piano, and small midi instrument ensemble. For download, here is the score for part one of the composition.john wanzel
 
A walk in the park; computer generated midi composition, sine waves, manipulations and miscellaneous signal processing; waiting for the snow to melt; doing laundry; thinking about The Cherry Orchard.john wanzel
 
A drive to Peekskill, NY; fragments of 1950’s interstate highway propaganda films; a re-arrangement of a musical reflection of James Turrell; Episode 114 of the podcast is a new composition created from fragments, pieced together through careful listening and in the spirit of James Hutton (1726–1797), a Scottish farmer,self-trained naturalist and f…
 
Dragnet! Apollo 11! George Kublers! the Lake Worth Monster! and more! stopGOstop presents I can not shake the theory that something is going to happen, a new sound collage.john wanzel
 
stopGOstop presents The scale of the issue or the deepest shallow, an audio collage featuring recording about Charles Darwin, 4K televisions, the environment, materialism, the Cult of Pan, field recordings, digital signal processing and and so much more!!!! stopGOstop is produced by John Wanzel. http://www.stopgostop.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2018/…
 
This week on the program a binaural field recording — a walk on the beach; under the pier; a few hundred yards and back again; up to the pier; watching the bumper cars, the roller coasters; a woman sings I’ve already made it.john wanzel
 
This week on the program, synchronicity, retcon (retroactive continuity), tracing your ancestry through DNA tests, and STS-131,the first space shuttle after the Columbia disaster and much much more! stopGOstop presents an audio collage entitled When I talk with Ivan I feel very good. http://www.stopgostop.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/106.mp3 s…
 
This week on the program… stopGOstop presents A better place. Featuring recording about- aluminum, the history of cans, subscription model of capital, the economics of the an Anthropocene, and much much more footnotesjohn wanzel
 
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