I recently spoke with Nicholas Szczepanik about various things from surviving the Chicagoan winter to drone foremothers such Eliane Radigue. His latest project is 12-piece subscription set, Ante Algo Azul.
You’ve just started a subscription series Ante Algo Azul – could you tell us a bit about this and what made you decide to go down this route?
I’ve been thinking about this project ever since I completed The Chiasmus back in 2009. From a creative perspective, the challenge of having to complete and new piece every month really intrigued me, since I usually work in spontaneous bursts of inspiration. I’ve always liked the time limit restraints of the 3″ CD format and approaching this project as a subscription allows me to work closely and intimately with my listeners and hopefully give them a glimpse of my life for a year. However rewarding or absurd that may be, we will discover that together.
Read the rest of the interview over at The Liminal.
Not Knowing (for Eliane Radigue) by Nicholas Szczepanik
An interview with Nicholas Szczepanik
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