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Ash Mayfair

Janae Cummings speaks with writer/director Ash Mayfair, creator of the critically-acclaimed film, "The Third Wife."

Mink Jazz

We continue our celebration of Peggy Lee’s centennial year by exploring her most glamorous recordings for Capitol Records in the 1960s.

David Amram New York City 1957

A small Bowery bar where John Coltrane came into his own with Thelonious Monk, Ornette Coleman stunned the jazz world with his quartet, and writers, painters, musicians and others formed an at-home underground community. Former Five Spot regulars David Amram and author Dan Wakefield join us.

Sam Quinones

On this episode of Profiles, we feature two conversations about the history, and the consequences of the opioid crisis in America.

Kandace Springs

This week, we explore new vocal jazz and traditional pop recordings from Kurt Elling, Kandace Springs, James Taylor and more.

Black woman's eye opening

Torie DiMartile reads "Black Hole," "An I'm Sick of Race Poem," and "No Apologies" on this edition of The Poets Weave.

Some composers do there best work while away from work. Take a couple days off with Ether Game's vacation-themed playlist

Shelly Manne West Coast Sound

In the early 1950s drummer Shelly Manne settled in California and began a remarkable run of recordings that included experimental jazz, popular interpretations of Broadway scores, music for the TV crime show Peter Gunn, one of avant-garde icon Ornette Coleman’s first albums, and charged live performances at San Francisco’s Black Hawk club.

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Ether Game prepares the paint tray, opens the sketchbook, puts on dance shows, rolls the camera and raises the curtain with a playlist about classical music combined with other media.

Big sycamore tree.

On this edition of The Poets Weave, Alex Chambers reads "The Sandhill Cranes," "After the Chicken, Before the Peach," and "Among Deciduous Hardwoods."

Hygge

In celebration of the Christmas spirit, the Ether Game Brain Trust looks back at our Hygge themed Ether Game and presents an extra round of quizzing!

Lost Letters

Letters and their authors live in Jonathan Karpinos and Creighton Irons musical.

2019 into 2020

Before the ball drops, the Ether Game Brain Trust explores some important music news in the year the was!

Field of wheat.

Alex Chambers reads "Dreams of Perennial Wheat" and "Wrought."

Ken Winokur

Host Aaron Cain speaks with musician and composer Ken Winokur about his many musical projects, and how playing a frying pan in the Paris subway led him to create a different kind of orchestra.

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'It is really an extraordinary demonstration' Joseph Pulitzer to his boss

Carmen, Deepa Johnny entangles her Don Jose, Spencer Lawrence Boyd

'A 1983 adaptation of (George Bizet's ) 1875 opera based on an 1845 book based on an an anecdote from an acquaintance'

Pine Trees

Ether Game explores music about firs, cypresses, pine cones, and holly berries.

Episode 212

Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the West Baden Springs Hotel.

Blind cave fish.

Joseph Kerschbaum reads "Invention of Light (astyanax mexicanus)," "One of Us Has Changed (atmospheric convection)," "Endless Echoes (watching me watch you)," and "Let the Boat Go, Take My Hand (dry drowning)."

A graffiti mural on a wall of The Warehouse in Bloomington

In Bloomington, it's not uncommon to spot graffiti on the sides of buildings as you walk down city sidewalks. While some see it as vandalism, to the artists, it signifies expression and quiet rebellion.

Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley

We remember Nancy Wilson, who passed away one year ago at age 81

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