Behind the Scenes: EVERY THING ALOUD, Radio Pulso del Barrio
The show goes down at Bread + Salt, an art gallery and experimental center which actually used to be an old bread factory. From the lit up neon sign at the top of the building, to abandoned machinery, old pianos, conference rooms, and eclectic posters– the space is huge, funky, and weird. Just the way we like it.
The current spot where the radio show is set up (though they are soon moving up in the building) has white wash walls and is adorned with charming Christmas lights. The actual recording takes place at a desk covered with wires, equipment, multiple turntables and a collection of records.
“Your mic is still hot if you want to keep going,” Ted was told. So he did, performing a slew of both old and new poems set to music that was selected off the cuff, but went so well with the words, the set could have been preplanned. Some smooth jazz to start and then “something slow and moody” to accompany his final poem.
The atmosphere of the studio was inviting and artistic. And any place with that vibe always provides an ample dose of inspiration for us at Puna Press.
Voz Alta EVERY THING ALOUD is on every monday from 7-9 PM. Great sounds and guests.
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