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Alan Courtis Interview

Alan Courtis is Argentina's most prolific noise maker, with over a hundred recordings and counting. The group he co-founded, Reynols, has produced some of the most wildly experimental and nearly unclassifiable records around. While his principal instrument is the guitar, Courtis employs a wide variety of methods to create music including field recordings and electronics. He has also collaborated with a long list of like-minded spirits such as Pauline Oliveros, Lasse Marhaug, Francisco Lopez, Aaron Moore, and many more. Tune in to hear him talk about his many musical activities, his recording workshops, and about a recording he made where one of the instruments played was the grave of Argentinean writer Jorge Luis Borges.


Sound the Alarm


Elliot Stapleton lives deep in the dirty trenches of sound, occasionally emerging to talk about it.