This fall, Out There Atlanta presents a continuation of Summer Sound Series, a collection of interviews with artists who find inspiration in sound or directly use it in their works.
Episode 76: Arkia Jahani is a musician and visual artist. Arkia recently released The Science of Colors: Visionary Compositions for Contemplation Vol. 1, an album that combines field recordings taken in the Georgia woods with electronic manipulation. He’s currently working with producers in the Netherlands, as well as on a project with gloATL.
Podcast topics include: Finding your instrument, the sounds of different countries, and mustering the nerve to share the album.
Audio: Click the player above to listen to Lampe’s conversation with artist Arkia Jahani, or download the MP3.
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