Echoes Podcast: Carl Craig’s Techno Travels

Carl Craig's Revolutionary Art: The Echoes Podcast

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In the Echoes Podcast,  a giant of techno music  Carl Craig. His music burst through all the stereotypes of techno to create a more symphonic sound and he’s even had his music played with a symphony. Under many names, he’s been releasing solo music and remixing everyone from Tori Amos to Manuel Göttsching to Depeche Mode. A new documentary, Desire: The Carl Craig Story debuts in June at the Tribeca Film Festival. I had my own conversation with Carl talking about everything from the Sound Gizmo to the sound of Detroit Techno.

Carl Craig:  And what we were doing was we were not trying to make something that sounded like electronic versions of music that was made with instruments. We were really trying to create new soundscapes.

The beat is transformed with Carl Craig on Echoes from PRX.

Carl Craig Feature Playlist
Artist – Title – Album

Carl Craig – Technology – The Album Formerly Known As
A Number of Names – Shari Vari – Shari Vari Remixes Double ep
Sound Gizmo
Funkadelic – You’ll Like It Too – Who’s A Funkadelic
Hot Butter – Popcorn – 28 Big Ones
Kraftwerk – Computer World (Live) – Minimum-Maximum (Live)
Afrika Bambaata and Soul Sonic Force – Planet Rock – Planet Rock (Single)
Psyche – Neurotic Behavior – Neurotic Behavior PE 20 Remix
Pierre Henry and Pierre Schaeffer – Symphonie Pour un Homme Seul – Symphonie Pour un Homme Seul
Public Enemy – 911 Is a Joke – Fear of a Black Planet
Carl Craig – Dominas – More Songs About Food and Revolutionary Art
Tori Amos/Carl Craig – God (The Thinking Mix) – God (The Thinking Mix) Single
Vittoria Fleet – Return – Entangled ep
Vittoria Fleet – Return (Carl Craig Remix) – Return (Single)
Carl Craig – Darkness – Versus
Carl Craig – Desire – Versus
Carl Craig – Meditation 1 – Masterpiece
Carl Craig – From Beyond (C2 2023 Mix) – From Beyond
Carl Craig and Moritz von Oswald – Attenuator – Attentuator


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