you were a kid, did your parents ever ask you to do your Wiggler
practice? How about getting to your room and playing your
Vibrowheels? Surely there were repercussions if you didn't practice
to episode 98 of See Hear Podcast.
Feather is a creator of musical instruments (such as the ones listed
above), and a firm believer in playing experimental music. He doesn't
play with the existing 12-tone system predominant in Western music.
Film maker and friend of the show Skizz Cyzyk has created a
documentary about Neil showing his creative process in building his
instruments, how he uses them, the connection between science,
engineering and art, and how he collaborates with other musicians.
This is no dry history doc with talking heads describing how Neil
“changed their lives”. This is about what Neil has actually done
and what he further wants to achieve, and is absorbing.
and I were joined by Mike White of The Projection Booth (and a
gazillion other shows) to talk with Skizz about Neil and his creative
process. We learned lots, and we hope you will too.
is currently doing individual screenings of the film, so keep your
eyes posted, but here's the trailer: https://vimeo.com/520019005
can keep up with Skizz' activities at http://www.skizz.net/
is always adding new podcasts to his swag, but the flagship show, The
Projection Booth has details here:
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