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TRANSIENCE #41 with Lou Drago and Yann Novak

17 January 2022
  • Ambient
  • Avant-Garde
  • Drone
  • Electronic
  • Experimental
  • Atmospheric
  • Delicate
  • Dreamy
  • Ethereal
  • Euphoric

It is undeniable that we are living in uncertain times. For those of us failing to fit the patriarchal neoliberalist mould, we have lost hope in the future. We can see capitalism is not working but we cannot yet envisage an alternative. In a world where security is no longer feasible, the only constant we can rely on is change. Regardless of one’s point of reference, we can understand that every aspect of life, physical and mental is in flux and perhaps this transience is the only thing we can depend on.

For this episode of Transience we have invited Yann Novak to respond to these ideas. Yann Novak is an interdisciplinary artist and composer and his work is guided by his unique perspective as a queer autodidact. Informed by his partial color blindness and dyslexia, Novak uses sound and light to explore how these intangible materials can act as catalysts to focus our awareness on our own direct experience. To see and hear more of his work, please visit: yannnovak.com

Photography by Janusz Lorent



Lou Drago Host mix

Mika Vainio - Anksiolyytti
Christina Vantzou - Floating As A Preferred Mode Of Travel
Gapfield - Music for Scattered Light V
Sarah Davachi - First Cadence
José María Delgado - en mi lugar
loscil - Equivalent 4
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe - Mille Voix (return)
Felicity Mangan - Echo Harp 3 (Hohner Echo Harp)
Rastko Lazić - Yangon Morning Tea
Kassel Jaeger - L'Eau Noire
Marco Shuttle - AfA
Forest Management - Virginia's Vantage

Yann Novak Guest Mix

Tomoko Hojo + Rahel Kraft - diffusion of morning dew
Bethan Kellough - Return
Ian Wellman - The Toll on Our Daily Lives
Joel St. Julien - The World is Ending (again)
G. Brenner - Caustic
Alexandra Spence - Communion
Yann Novak - The Ecstasy of Annihilation (Yann Novak’s Biology Defying Euphoria Mix)