Short notice: I’ll be on Soundcheck, the great John Schaefer radio show, today, December 3, at 2:20pm (EST). We’ll be discussing the Tabletmat.com-hosted “Hanukkah, remixed” compilation that I put together, Anander Mol, Anander Veig.
More on the show at wnyc.org. The radio broadcast also streams live online, and will be available later as a free podcast at that same URL.
Yeah, this is in about 15 minutes from when this post is being published. I’d put an alert up at twitter.com/disquiet, but figured I should also mention here.
PS: Here’s the audio of the interview, streaming. Also available for download as an MP3, if you’re an Anander Mol completist.
It was a good conversation. Several tracks were played during the segment, including Paula Daunt‘s Alicia Jo Rabins remix, xntrxx‘s Dave Tarras remix, and the original “Ose Shalom” by the 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra as well as Diego Bernal‘s remix. Speaking of the 4th Ward, that track provided a good transition from the first part of the Soundcheck episode, because the show opened with photographer Michael Schmelling and New Yorker staff writer Kelefa Sanneh discussing their recent book about the Atlanta hip-hop scene, Atlanta being the city that the 4th Ward group calls home.