Where@bouts is the arty little "popcast" that remixes the world. found sound addicts Mad Genius travel the globe like noise nomads, recording stories that are inextricably linked to a location's ambience. Our guests conduct their world like a song in an imaginative feat of audio art. The formula...
storied individual + sound-rich environment + celebratory remix = where@bouts
all episodes come in two forms. subscribe to the podcast with our intrepid host magnus Genioso. or support the project by downloading the single versions of these songs, which can also be streamed on your favorite music platform. less magnus, more remix. public radio stations can license all our work at prx.org.
you can also help by sharing your where@bouts. does it have a story? does it have a sound? Send a signal to magnus...
...Remix the World
Episode 005H - Righteous Fury
we wrap up our chicago remix with thoughts from our guest, yasmeen elagha, on donald trump, safe spaces and free speech.
Episode 005G - Choir of Angst
how to find harmony where's the very little of it. we share samples of a choir we constructed from the chicago trump rally fall out.
Episode 005F - Angry Ostinatos
A collection of yells, screams and shouts forms the pulse under our latest where@bouts piece, "yasmeen's rally." find out how we did it in this week's podcast.
Episode 005E - Trembling Cellos of Boo
We're revisiting some of our favorite samples from "yasmeen's Rally," which debuted last week on the podcast. this week, A literal crescendo of anger.
Episode 005 - yasmeen's Rally
"yasmeen's rally" tells the story of Yasmeen Elagha, who is attending her first presidential rally in 2016. Donald Trump is visiting her campus, the university of illinois at chicago, months after proposing a Muslim immigration ban. "I wanted to face Trump and say, I am a Muslim woman, I wear the hijab and I was going to express myself."
The song is built on samples heard in recent where@bouts episodes. a wall of confrontation assembled brick by brick. Like what you hear? download the single version, available now at the mad manor store. stream "yasmeen's rally" by mad genius at your favorite music platform.
episode 005A - A Podcast wakes with a bump
We'd like to share a sound with you, piece one of a larger audio puzzle. Subscribe to where@bouts. Set this podcast for "continuous play." Stream from oldest to newest. We'll piece it together for you over the next few weeks.
episode 003 - The adventures of hurricane mike
It's our podcast manifesto episode! We'll explain the who, what, when, how and why of Where@bouts. We'll revisit the piece that inspired this journey into the sense of place, remix the story before your very ears and spill the beans on where we're going next.
We're also featuring a track off our newly remastered album ...2012, which you can download for free here at madmanor.com.
subscribe, license or support our work by downloading "hurricane mike" right here. and thanks.
episode 002 - Hugh bob's van
milwaukee's hugh bob and the hustle have been roaming america's highways and rock clubs for nearly three years. their 15-passenger chevy van is their home away from home. they've played in it, slept in it, drank in it and stood by it after two break-ins. found sound artists mad genius recently recorded the hustle's van, remixing its hum and steel into a folk-rock ditty. singer and guitarist hugh masterson was at the wheel.
episode 001 - resale records
mad genius presents the debut episode of what we hope will be a long exploration of the sense of place.
resale records is a used vinyl store in madison, wisconsin. Owner eric teisberg opened shop in the late '70s, using a quonset hut that once housed a car repair business. nearly 40 years later, eric looks back on his work and life with a frank assessment toward our changing relationship with music.
2012: A Year In Your Ear
a sonic time capsule for the end of days that didn't end.
In 2012, we remixed our news and social media into 10 storysongs charting the course of our failed apocalypse. we crafted these ditties, kick drum to lead vocal, from your youtube videos, junk culture and news cycles. why? to make rick santorum, peter higgs and antonin scalia pop stars, naturally.
often ridiculous, occasionally grave and always unforgettable, we've since remastered these tracks for an album release with hyper-colored new imagery from artist chris rand. download the album for free and consider supporting future mad manor podcasts with a donation.