Why Kansas City?” my friends and family asked. It seemed to them like a random place to take Never Records, but I’ve discovered the vinyl lathe is like a divination rod that is attracted to places in the midst of transformation, coalescence, and growth. Dubbed the Paris of the plains in the early 20th century
I was invited by the curator Dan Cameron to participate in the inaugural year of Open Spaces an arts and music festival that celebrated a city overflowing with creativity and cheap rents.
Today’s episode is about the unexpected.
The Never Record’s archive continues to grow. To this date there are over 500 recordings from more than 9 cities around the world.
We will be looking at my most recent exhibition in Kansas City from earlier this year.
Ted Reiderer’s art project Never Records Returns to the Converge Radio Airwaves! Tune in live at 10:30 Sunday Mornings on WDRK 99.9 FM or subscribe on whatever podcast aggregator you use.
Diego Aguirre Fernandez – To Dad
Leonardo Remor and Denis Rodriguez – Kerexu
Gamelan Genta Kasturi – Angels And Demons At Play