Autonomous Music Presents: The Art of Dismantling

Welcome to 'The Art of Dismantling', an ongoing interview series. We will be interviewing different artists, musicians, and writers that utilize their gifts in an effort to instigate change. The interviews will be heavily focused on the artists political/social views, intentions, and how they feel about the impact the are or are not having in the world. Enjoy.



Thursday, December 23, 2010

9 Amazing Political Art Projects of 2010

We thought this article related to the theme of 'The Art of Dismantling'... so we decided to post it here so everyone could check it out:
http://artthreat.net/2010/12/9-political-art-projects/

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Intervew with Debra Di Blasi of Jaded Ibis Press

Debra Di Blasi owns Jaded Ibis Press, a multimedia company producing fine and unual works of literature, art, and music. The company takes a unique position in the publishing industry, providing an outlet for creativity rarely supported by big publishers, as well as making an effort to be as sustainable as possible in their practice. We were fortunate to catch up with Debra and hear what she has to say about the company and its progressive stance in the industry.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Interview with Matt Gauck

Matt Gauck is an artist based in Portland OR. Matt draws and paints with a DIY perspective, uses second hand materials, bikes a lot, and his personal lifestyle choices & beliefs can be found amongst the images he produces. In addition to his own artwork, he has worked with bands, friends, and non-profit organizations on a number of album covers, t-shirt designs, logos, and flyers. When not drawing and painting, Matt can be found working with Microcosm Publishing. We are excited we were able to interview him!

To read the full interview, CLICK HERE
To check out Matt's artwork and website, CLICK HERE


Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Interview with Bluetech
















Evan "Bluetech" Bartholomew is an internationally acclaimed downtempo/chillout producer, and a Bromeliad gardener living in Hawaii. His unique approach of combining deep ecology and music is continually inspiring to the Autonomous Music family as well as listeners around the world.

For more information about Bluetech, please visit the following sites:

http://www.bluetechonline.com
http://www.invisibleallies.com
http://www.bromeliadsetc.com
http://www.bromeliopolis.com

To read the full interview, please CLICK HERE



Friday, October 22, 2010

Interview with Johnny Correa


Johnny Correa is a thinker-artist whose intention is to bring to light social hegemony, especially as it pertains to the effects of hegemony on the body, socially, emotionally and physically; how our ideas and thoughts are socially constructed; representations and constructions of “value”; and magic and spirituality, especially transcendence, the view “outward” from the body and its social restrictions and into the spiritual realm.

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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Interview with Resident Anti-Hero


Resident Anti-Hero is Etheric Double (ED) and Fenix (F). They are a duo out of the forests of the pacific northwest, combating machine culture with modern music and mythology that touches on anarcho-primitivist themes.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Interview with 'Blackbird Raum'

Blackbird Raum is a band from Santa Cruz, California, where they have become a prominent part of the downtown street life. They are well known for their influence on Gypsy Punk but are generally considered to be the founders of a new genre. Influenced by American String Bands of the 1920's and Modern Anarcho-Punk, their music brings together rhythms of olde-tyme music with lyrics that reflect the sense of impending collapse of the current civilization that pervades much of green anarchist culture in modern times, as well as criticizing the human and environmental destruction caused by current civilization.

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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Interview with 'Filastine'


Filastine is a Barcelona based musician who travels and performs worldwide. A former member of the Infernal Noise Bridgade and Tchung!, Filastine has been utilizing music to express his political views for over a decade. His most recent album, 'Dirty Bomb', is currently available via Soot Records.
Official Website
Myspace Page

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