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Sonic Artifacts

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Sonic Artifacts

Brian Chillemi & Max Braun

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Sonic Artifacts is a weekly podcast bringing you the best deals in vintage musical equipment across America. Featuring in-depth interviews with the most innovative builders, musicians and producers throughout the world. Reporting from New York City, hosts Brian Chillemi and Max Braun bring you the steals every Tuesday along with their bi-weekly Interview Series on Fridays. Follow along @sonic_artifacts!
 
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Artifactual

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Artifactual

1895 Films

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Artifactual is a podcast about archival material -- who made it, who saved it, and why. It was inspired by the documentary work we do at 1895 Films, where we often come across amazing pieces of archival material (tapes, maps, letters, etc.). But we don't always have the space to tell the stories behind this archival material in the documentaries themselves. And so, Artifactual was born...
 
The ArtiFact Podcast is a long-form show on books, culture, painting, and music hosted by Alex Sheremet, Joel Parrish, and a revolving door of co-hosts and guests. Each subject is covered in depth and at length, with past shows featuring the Epic of Gilgamesh, Charles Johnson's "Oxherding Tale", Leonard Shlain’s "Art & Physics", John Williams's "Stoner", and more. Opinionated, controversial, and prone to making enemies and friends of friends and enemies, ArtiFact delivers new perspectives on ...
 
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The Artifact Podcast

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The Artifact Podcast

Nachliel Selavan & Meir-Simchah Panzer

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On the Artifact Podcast, we dive into the history, anthropology, linguistics, and philosophy behind corks, weights, weapons, words, symbols - things that telescope space, time, and humanity in fascinating ways. Nachliel Selavan and Meir-Simchah Panzer met in the Old City of Jerusalem at at a kiddush just meters from where Nachliel grew up. Both are students of Torah with wildly eclectic interests.
 
The Artifact of the Month series introduces our online visitors to treasured and fascinating items at Dance Collection Danse (DCD).Focussed on Canada’s theatrical dance history, DCD’s collection dates back to the mid-1800s and includes materials such as costumes, props, sets, backdrops, make-up, choreographic notes, photographs, moving images, playbills, souvenir programs, publicity documents, journals, notation scores, correspondence, business records, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, artwo ...
 
ARTIFACT X is the serialized audiobook science fiction adventure that asks, “How do you save the world— when you’re grounded?” Enjoyable by anyone, it is primarily intended for young people age 7-13. It is written and produced by New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Hennessey. Artifact X is the story of twelve year-old Brant Haughton, a military family kid from San Antonio. All Brant wants is to be good, really good, at something. He is surrounded by friends and family who seem to have ...
 
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Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806 – 1861) was one of the best poets of the 19th century, yet remains little known today and even less read. At a time when feminist literary criticism (among other relevant lenses) is ascendant, how did Barrett Browning go from a much-admired writer to one that is neglected in favor of her literary inferiors? In ArtiF…
 
This week on our Interview Series we are very excited to have Terry Foster, one of the authors of the incredible book “Fender: The Golden Age 1946-1970”. Filled with glorious large color photos, rare guitars, vintage advertisements and a wonderfully written history - this book is truly an invaluable resource to anyone who loves guitars. Sit back an…
 
We are very excited to kick off Season 2 of our Interview Series with Scott Marquart, founder of Stringjoy. Building out of Nashville, Tennessee Scott and his team wind top quality guitar strings with a human touch. We go into the history of strings from the old world, what separates a small winder from a big company and most importantly how to fin…
 
For more information on the life and spectacular career of Joe Louis, visit: 1) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Louis--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/artifactual-journey/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artifactual-jour…
 
Malcolm X’s dentist, Abdul Salaam, was an avid 8mm film enthusiast. His collection of footage is an invaluable resource for historians and documentarians. It captures the Nation of Islam, Elijah Muhammad, and the Malcolm X through the lens of an ordinary person with an extraordinary passion. For more information on this episode and more Artifactual…
 
This week on our Interview Series we sit down with Doug Kauer of Kauer Guitars. Building just outside of Sacramento, California this small team delivers super-stylish guitars along with beautiful guitar racks to hold them. With a love of custom colors and a nod to some classics, Kauer Guitars has made a mark big enough to find them being offered by…
 
How have 41 prop vehicles from the James Bond movie franchise ended up in a hangar in rural Illinois? Sounds like a question for Factual. Arti Factual. From You Only Live Twice and Dr. No, to GoldenEye and Skyfall, learn the story of the world's most prominent collector of the vehicles from the James Bond film franchise. You can donate to the Ian F…
 
This week on our Interview Series we sit down with August Graybosch, founder of Otis Amps. Building out of beautiful Kaua‘i, Hawaii, these compact gems have an earthy aesthetic that will look and sound amazing in any living room. This is surely one of the wildest interviews to date as we explore the hardships of building on an island, the UFO pheno…
 
In the 1960s, astronaut fever turned a tiny Florida beach town into a Cold War-era tourist trap. A lounge act called the We Three Trio capitalized on this trend, earning their fifteen minutes of fame with a song about the Mercury Seven astronauts. For more information on this episode and more Artifactual podcast content, visit artifactualpodcast.co…
 
This week on our Interview Series we sit down with Alex Guaraldi, President & Chief Designer at CopperSound Pedals. Building out of Easton, Massachusetts since 2014, CopperSound has amassed a plethora of unique and sought after pedals with some wild looks and designs we have not seen before. With an artist roster including names like Jack White, Bi…
 
We are very excited to debut Shilpa Ray's new single "Bootlickers of the Patriarchy" as the first installment of our new Single of the Week segment. Released on 7" vinyl via Northern Spy Records out of Brooklyn, this icy 80's ride starts off with an intimate feel then slams you hard with electronic drums and smooth synthesizers. Shilpa's voice cann…
 
When writer Anne de Courcy placed a tape recorder in front of Antony Armstrong-Jones—formally known as Lord Snowdon—she had no idea what kind of material she’d get. But she was determined to write the first proper biography of the eccentric photographer who married Princess Margaret in 1960. By the time she was done with her book Snowdon: the Biogr…
 
This week on our Interview Series we sit down with John Shults, founder of True Vintage Guitar. Based out of Birmingham, Alabama this one man show exclusively sells vintage guitars – no refins, no reissues and no custom shops. With a deep knowledge of the vintage market and a true love of telling the story behind the sale - we are very excited to h…
 
Taking up Mark Twain’s mantle, then expanding upon it, Kurt Vonnegut (1922 – 2007) was one of the greatest comic writers to have ever lived. His best-known work, Slaughterhouse-Five, features everything from sci-fi to timeless political comment, thus overshadowing his other great works.One of these is 1986’s Galapagos, a novel which uses Charles Da…
 
How did something as boring as maps for insurance companies become one of the highest-traffic items on the Library of Congress's website? Because these maps were accidentally telling the stories of the cities they depicted -- cities that were growing, changing, and sometimes withering away... You can look for Sanborn maps of your town or city in di…
 
This week on our Interview Series we sit down with Rob Banta of Gemini Pickups. Working out of Newburgh, NY Rob is making some of the most exciting and creative hand wound pickups out there today. Catching the eye of players such a Mark Knofler as well as offering custom order work- Gemini is about finding the right pickup for you. @geminipickups g…
 
When an amateur singer crosses paths with Thomas Edison in 1899, the resulting recordings are a glimpse into the world of fin de siècle America. Many thanks to the University of California, Santa Barbara Library, which has made these amazing recordings available through a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 2.5 License. You can explore UCSB'…
 
This week on our Interview Series we sit down with Matthew Farrow of Alexander Pedals. Building out of Garner, North Carolina his designs take effects into a new realm and have been used by tons of session musicians along with artists like Psychedelic Furs, My Morning Jacket and Dweezil Zappa. @alexanderpedals alexanderpedals.com…
 
Like cinema, photography is a recent art form which has had to “prove itself” to a skeptical audience. After Louis Daguerre created the daguerreotype, photographers grew increasingly sophisticated, experimental, and art-minded, and soon a photographic language developed. Early photographers like Alfred Stieglitz and Robert Demachy were surprisingly…
 
When a Hawaiian radio DJ becomes a Navy censor, he ends up having to cut off a news broadcast from his own station during the bombing of Pearl Harbor, a day of history that changed America forever. You can hear the full recording of the Pearl Harbor broadcast here. For more information on this episode and more Artifactual podcast content, visit art…
 
This week on our Interview Series we sit down with Chris Swope of Swope Guitars. Building just outside of Kansas City, Chris has been working on instruments since the mid- 1980’s- including some years at Gibson’s Custom Shop. Offering several stylish electric models along with his patented Descendant Vibrato System, Swope's designs take from the pa…
 
In this episode, Philip and Wesley Chandler Wood, a 20 year member of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc, an African American fraternity started in 1911, discuss the history and legacy of the fraternity's Baltimore Alumni Chapter. For more information on the Baltimore Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi, visit: https://benchmarkkappas.org/ --- Send i…
 
In 1933, almost 70 years after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, Joseph Hazelton sat down in front of a microphone and told the story of watching it happen as a program boy at Ford's Theatre. That record disappeared from sight until the mid-2000s, when a record collector found the last copy in existence. You can hear the full recording of the J…
 
This week on our Interview Series we sit down with Billy Hines of AMPS AMPS. Working out of Hollister, CA Billy has created his own style of custom guitar amplifiers as well as offering repair services to the public. With a stock of vintage transformers at his disposal and a belief hand that a wired tube amp shouldn’t cost more than a thousand doll…
 
Artifactual from 1895 Films will be going live with our first episode on Wednesday, September 15! Tell friends, family, acquaintances, strangers... For more Artifactual content, visit artifactualpodcast.com. Artifactual is a content partner of Peter Hamilton’s Documentary Business newsletter and Sunny Side of the Doc.…
 
To read the post on oldwestbaltimore.com that initiated this conversation, visit https://www.oldwestbaltimore.com/post/2019/09/20/all-smiles-school-no-161-fannie-l-barbour-elementary-school. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/artifactual-j…
 
This week on our Interview Series we sit down with music producer Erin Tonkon. Cutting her teeth under the mentorship of legendary producer Tony Visconti and currently working as an adjunct professor at her alum the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music in New York City, Erin has a wealth of knowledge and experience. We discuss production styles,…
 
Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806 – 1861) was one of the best poets of the 19th century, yet remains little known today and even less read. At a time when feminist literary criticism (among other relevant lenses) is ascendant, how did Barrett Browning go from an almost universally admired writer to one that is neglected in favor of her literary infe…
 
Eva Schubert is a singer-songwriter, poet, and historian from Canada with several full-length albums, plus an upcoming record that was finished just weeks ago. In this conversation, Alex and Eva discuss growing up and growing into poetry, concepts of self-identity, the fears and imperatives surrounding human creativity, art as competition and commu…
 
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