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Analogue Atlanta #015: Bringing It.

From the Fahamu Pecou "Neo-pop" series

Atlanta DJ Duo The Audubon Society

I talk with Atlanta visual artist Fahamu Pecou, Atlanta DJ Duo The Audubon Society, and Atlanta Interscope Recording Artist Prema Lanay.  

Fahamu Pecou’s Neo-pop series has landed him on the map as a painter to watch.  Where does his inspiration come from?  What moves him to create?  We find out in “Bringing It”.    I caught up with The Audubon Society at their secret lair in Edgewood.  After a few laughs and some trees, we got into what their process is in creating that Audubon sound.    Finally, Prema Lanay lays out her road as an artist signed to a major label.  She describes being “discovered”, her creative energy and the industry.

 Next week?  Not certain yet.  There are several interviews in the can already and several more interesting ones upcoming.  I’ll let you know as the time draws near. 


Music featured in this pod from Atlanta Artists:




Coming soon…

Atlanta Journalist Andisheh Nouraee Photo credit: Creative Loafing.


A conversation with former Atlanta Creative Loafing columnist Andisheh Nouraee. We’ll talk about his up coming book and on why we shouldn’t panic. I’ll also catch up with Atlanta producer and DJMudfish. With placements on albums such as Collective Efforts’ Medicine and his own unique side projects such as his instrumental duo Real Editors with Whisperlink, the man has been busy. We’ll find out what  exactly he’s been up to and what projects to expect from him this Winter.

Interscope Recording Artist Prema Lenay


This week? Atlanta Visual Artist Fehamu Pecou, ATL DJ duo The Audubon Society and Atlanta MC Prema Lenay.  Should be a lot of fun.   Can’t wait to share it with y’all.  Laters.

Next Week on Analogue Atlanta:

Posted in Prema Lanay Analogue Atlanta ATL Heat. by Dom Brady on December 30, 2008

Interscope Recording Artist Prema Lanay.

This week? I guess y’all will just have to tune in to find out. If you’ve been paying attention to the blog, you might have an idea…