Echoes Interview: Northcape’s Spacescapes

Hear an interview with English electronic artist Northcape tonight

ExplorationBack in the early 1960s, Bell Laboratory’s inventor, Max Mathews created a lot of the early synthesizer and computer music technology.  His program called Music was one of the first for making music on computers. He predicted that in the future, anyone, musicians and non-musicians alike,  would be able to make music.  Alastair Brown is a musical grandchild of Max Mathews.  He doesn’t play keyboards.  He makes music on a computer in his home studio in England.  Using the  name Northcape, he’s received some acclaim for his post techno-electronic music.  He recently released the album, Exploration and Ascent.  Hear him talk about it tonight on Echoes.

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