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In-Studio: VoltageCtrlr/ShiroFujioka

Shiro Fujioka is a Los Angeles born and raised analog modular synth composer, visual artist and sound healer. Listen to his In-Studio recorded on December 17, 2017 on the Synthdactyl Program. Beautiful vocals provided by Shiro’s guest, Arvindjeet Kaur. Listen to the Synthdactyl Program on the 3rd & 4th Sunday of the month from 7pm-10pm. […]

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In-Studio: Sister Mantos

**The audio was edited for wordpress file size limitations. You can watch & listen to the entire performance on our FB page: https://www.facebook.com/KSPCOnline/videos/10159763612470014/ Sister Mantos is a music and performance art group based in Los Angeles. Listen to their In-Studio recorded on December 3rd, 2017 on the The Songs for the Whippersnapper Show. You can listen to the […]

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In-Studio: Mike Dobler

mikedobler.com Mike Dobler operates the eurorack modular synthesizer with a focus on chaos, spontaneity, and entropy. Appearances in 2017 include Modular on the Spot, Moogfest, Dublab, and Fatt Grabbers. This custom set for Synthdactyl Program wanders across three movements: 1) Echophonic Piston Honda and telHarmonic drones 2) Bark-filtered Akemie Taiko blonks accompanied by Dinky Taiko […]

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In-Studio: Birote the Musical

Birote the Musical is an experimental folk punk band from San Dimas! Listen to their In-Studio recorded on November 12th, 2017 on the The Songs for the Whippersnapper Show. You can listen to the The Songs for the Whippersnapper Show on the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sunday from 7pm-10pm.   Band Members: Frank Macias-Upright Bass, Neil Gross-Guitar […]

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In-Studio: Gun Outfit

Set List: Landscape Painter (0:00) Slow Realization (3:15) Second Decade (6:21) Background Deal (11:41) The 101 (15:31) Strange Insistence (18:11) Originally from Olympia, Washington, Gun Outfit is now a five-piece LA band featuring Claremont’s Henry Barnes (Amps for Christ, Man is the Bastard). Their genre-bending sound, fusing elements of psych folk, cosmic country, and punk, has been described by Uncut […]

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