solipsistic NATION No. 281: Undiscovered Country

I have spent over 12 hours producing today’s show. This last surge of nervous energy is only going to last so long so let me give you the low down on today’s show before I collapse into a quivering heap of exhaustion. First off, I want to say goodbye to Adam Yauch, or as we know him, MCA of the Beastie Boys. I wasn’t a fan of their Licensed to Ill album because I could never get past their douchebag posturing. But there was no ignoring their Paul’s Boutique... Read More

solipsistic NATION No. 241: Mutek

If you’re going to this year’s Mutek Festival in Montreal I’m envious. Sadly, I won’t be going but I’ve decided to bring the Mutek Festival to me by having Mutek’s founder, Alain Mongeau, chat with us about this year’s festival. Mutek is an annual five-day event in Montreal which kicks of this year June 1st. Each year, more than 100 artists, panelists, and industry professionals participate in what has become a leading event of its kind... Read More

solipsistic NATION No. 205: Grooved

I just encoded this week’s show to mp3 (thanks, Blacktree!) and I’m coasting on the dregs of nervous energy. Before this buzz evaporates let me tell you about this week’s show before I crash. And what a great show it is! I’m a little late to the party. Greg Harrison‘s Groove came out in 2000 but I only just saw it on Netflix a few months back. For a while I’ve been thinking about the 90s and the millennium buzz that was building. Things seemed... Read More