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Exploring our deep and diverse cultural connections with smell, Perfume on the Radio is a monthly show hosted by Saskia Wilson-Brown for The Institute for Art and Olfaction. Each episode takes on a new theme, examining its connections with scent through interviews with perfumers, artists, academics, activists, and so many more. Learn more at perfumeontheradio.com or at artandolfaction.com.

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Exploring our deep and diverse cultural connections with smell, Perfume on the Radio is a monthly show hosted by Saskia Wilson-Brown for The Institute for Art and Olfaction. Each episode takes on a new theme, examining its connections with scent through interviews with perfumers, artists, academics, activists, and so many more. Learn more at perfumeontheradio.com or at artandolfaction.com.

Language:

English


Episodes

Smelling Our Way Through Qatar

11/11/2023
Indulge in a bit of armchair travel as Perfume on the Radio visits Doha, in Qatar. This episode explores the culture and smells that a group of people encountered while on a trip to the country with the Qatar America Institute for Culture. There's incense, there's perfume, there's art, and, yes, there are cats. In order of appearance: Fatima Al-Dosari (Qatar America Institute for Culture), Razwan Ul-Haq (Calligrapher), Micah Anderson (Oudimentary), Rubia Chaudri (Perfumer), Regina Mamou (Artist), and hosted by Saskia Wilson-Brown Episode thanks: Qatar America Institute for Culture, Jawad Khawaja (Oudimentary) Credits: Muhammad Abdul-Salam, Qalbak Sakhar, courtesy of Qatar Digital Library; Sallām, Najāḥ: Yā Rīm Wādī Thaqīf, courtesy of Qatar Digital Library; Freska by KA, on Premiumbeat.com; A 1950s Romance by Jonathan Boyle on Premiumbeat.com; Qatar airlines - landing and announcements from inside aircraft.mp3 by evsecrets on freesound.com; DubaiDepartures.mp3, by acclivity on freesound.com; Emmitt James, music composition; Eau (Maxwell Williams), sound composition. Perfume on the Radio is produced by The Institute for Art and Olfaction, a non-profit devoted to experimentation and access in the field of perfumery.

Duration:01:16:55

The Quiet Magic of John Steele

6/18/2023
Have you ever met a person who had a strange and uncanny sort of magic about them? So it is with John Steele. LIfelong learner and seeker, John is also a purveyor of the strange and the rare, the oddball beauties that our world produces. We’re talking, here, about aromatics. Perform on the Radio returns with a long overdue episode, which we’re calling The Quiet Magic of John Steele. With: John Steele, Lifetree Aromatix Hosted by Saskia Wilson-Brown Perfume in the Radio is produced by The Institute for Art and Olfaction. Credits: Jake Brady (editor), Emmitt James (music composition), Maxwell Williams (sound composition), Music: Paradise Lagoon (Premium Beat)

Duration:00:49:16

CB Hates Perfume?

9/29/2022
Veteran perfumer and all around brilliant human Christopher Brosius (Demeter, CB I Hate Perfume) joins us to answer our most pressing question: does he, in fact, hate perfume? Well... yes. But also, not at all. With: Christopher Brosius (CB I Hate Perfume) Hosted by Saskia Wilson-Brown. This episode premiered on Lookout FM, Los Angeles. Lookout FM can be heard on KGAP 96.7 FM Burbank, KFQM 101.5 FM Pacific Palisades, KLDB 99.1 FM Hollywood, and online at lookout.fm. Perfume in the Radio is produced by The Institute for Art and Olfaction. CREDITS BIRDSong_Sparrow chicks by newlocknew on Freesound.com; Neon Hearts by Immersive Music on PremiumBeat.com; Arabesque No. 1, Andantino con Moto, by Claude Debussy; 80s Synth Pop by Young Presidents on PremiumBeat.com; Perfume on the Radio Identity by the great Emmitt James; 1kHz by kwahmah_02 on Freesound.com; 2016-10-11-DR-05-Ocean Waves-EDITED.wav by kingsrow on Freesound.com; Beeble Bobble POTR ID by Eau (Maxwell Williams)

Duration:00:59:39

The Automoshow

8/11/2022
The vroom-vroom of the engine, the honk-honk of the horn. Cars come with a lot of sounds. They also come with a lot of smells. In this episode, we lean into the gassy side of things and explore the aromatics of these beautiful, belching metal beasts. With: David Moltz (DS & Durga) Daniel Krasofski (labDK) Killian Wells (Xyrena) Nick Kurczewski (Automotive Reporter) Pia Long (Olfiction) Pedro Nuñez and Micah Hahn (Highland Park Car Club) Hosted by Saskia WIlson-Brown. Episode premieres Thu. August 11, 5pm PT on Lookout FM (KGAP 96.7 FM Burbank, KFQM 101.5 FM Pacific Palisades, KLDB 99.1 FM Hollywood, and online at lookout.fm ) and at 6pm PT on a podcast provider near you. MUSIC + SOUND Introduction by Emmitt James Wabash Blues by Harpo Marks on PremiumBeat.com Car Honking by MicktheMicGuy on Freesound.com Caveman of Los Angeles, by Party Store Music on PremiumBeat Positive Attitude, by Nesterouk on Premium Beat Pretty Baby by Harpo Marks on PremiumBeat.com Moonrise by Darian Zahedi

Duration:01:06:31

The Perfumer's Cat

3/24/2022
There is an anecdotal correlation between perfume-making and cat ownership. Perhaps it's the solitary nature of the work that lends itself to humanity's least co-dependent relationship. In this episode we explore the catty side of perfumery. With: Perfumer Ashley Eden Kessler sharing cat smells and cat accords Cat expert Jackson Galaxy exploring how cats use smell to relate to the world Art historian and museum professional Jessica Murphy sharing feline perfume advertising Perfumer Laurie Stern discussing how her cats have impacted her practice Designer Micah Hahn sharing anecdotal insights into the smell lives of two small house-cats, Egyptologist Robyn Price exploring the wonder of cats in Ancient Egypt. Hosted by Saskia Wilson-Brown. Episode premiered on Thu. March 24, 5pm PT on Lookout FM (KGAP 96.7 FM Burbank, KFQM 101.5 FM Pacific Palisades, KLDB 99.1 FM Hollywood, and online at lookout.fm ) and at 6pm PT on a podcast provider near you. RESEARCH https://www.mimimatthews.com/2016/11/10/a-scientific-justification-for-spinsters-old-maids-and-cats-in-the-victorian-era/ https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/apr/16/claws-pop-culture-crazy-cat-lady-lonely-sexless-eccentric-stereotype-millennial-ailurophiles http://www.malleusmaleficarum.org/ MUSIC Sneaky Samba, by Jack Pierce (PremiumBeat.com); The Lonely Road by Cool Cat Music (PremiumBeat.com); Ships in the Night (1950s Mix) by Cool Cat Music (PremiumBeat.com); Cumbia Caliente by Daniel Belardinelli (PremiumBeat.com); Good Morning Havana by Jonathan Boyle (PremiumBeat.com); 'Perfume on the Radio' theme song, by Emmitt James; 'Moonrise' by Darian Zahedi; Perfume on the Radio Interstitials by Maxwell Williams

Duration:01:07:21

A Moveable Feast

2/24/2022
Mmmm… Donuts. Mmmm… Limburger Cheese? In this episode we quote Camus and Hemingway and their Moveable Feasts to explore retronasal olfaction. Specifically, how smell enhances our favorite activity: feasting on delicious things, whenever and wherever we bloody well like. With: Maite Gomez-Rejón (ArtBites) sharing historical research into chocolate, Jude Stewart (author) exploring truffles LaVay Ullie (Ol Skool BBQ) exploring smoke, wood and BBQ Betty Hallock (author) connecting food and smell through language Miss Layla (Fum Fragrance) exploring the gourmand category Sean Raspet (artist) discussing his work with flavoring. Episode premieres on Thu. Feb. 24, 5pm PT on Lookout FM (KGAP 96.7 FM Burbank, KFQM 101.5 FM Pacific Palisades, KLDB 99.1 FM Hollywood, and online at lookout.fm ) and at 6pm PT on a podcast provider near you. SONGS: Bosnian Swing, by Igor (PremiumBeat.com); Restaurant Sound, inestadeu49 (freesound.org); Ethiopiques by Eshi Era (PremiumBeat.com); Lazy & Drunk by RimskyMusic (PremiumBeat.com); Araguaia Samba Brazil by Richard Canavan (PremiumBeat.com); 'Perfume on the Radio' theme song, by Emmitt James; 'Moonrise' by Darian Zahedi; Perfume on the Radio Interstitials by Maxwell Williams

Duration:01:13:48

Drink and Be Merry

1/20/2022
It’s January and as we all recover from our New Year's Eve hangovers, we can't help but cast our thoughts towards just what, exactly, we imbibed. Do we even remember? In our first episode of season 2, Perfume on the Radio explores the aromatic liquids that vex and sustain us. With: Gina Zupsich (August Uncommon) covering the aromatics and geopolitics of tea Maite Gomez-Rejón (Art Bites) exploring a historic drink from pre-conquest Mexico Spyros Drosopoulos (Baruti) explaining the genesis and smells of gin Chris Raba (Bolita) explaining the tastes of cocktails with a Cuban twist Rachel Dean Binder (Pomare's Stolen Perfume) sharing her work with perfume and wine Perfume in the Radio is a periodic radio show and podcast produced by The Institute for Art and Olfaction for lookout.fm. SONGS: Watering Place by Yanis S. Sousa, Licensed through Premium Beat, Blood Red Roses by Harpo Marks, Licensed through Premium Beat; Amo a Los Perros, by Harpo Marks, Licensed through Premium Beat; Lagrima Negra, by Soul Driver, Licensed through Premium Beat; 'Perfume on the Radio' theme song, by Emmitt James; 'Moonrise' by Darian Zahedi; Perfume on the Radio Interstitials by Maxwell Williams This episode premieres on Thu. Jan. 20, 2022 at 5pm PT on Lookout FM (KGAP 96.7 FM Burbank, KFQM 101.5 FM Pacific Palisades, KLDB 99.1 FM Hollywood, and online at lookout.fm )

Duration:01:01:39

Al Kalima is the Word

11/23/2021
This episode explores language and scent - more specifically, the potential relationship between the spoken word, the written word and smell in Arabic. We are joined by two people who deeply engage with the language. Oakland-based educator Dr. Gaye Walton-Price provides a brief primer on the Arabic language (and its various dialects). Dr. Walton-Price is followed by Bradford-based artist Razwan Ul-Haq, sharing his work and exploring how scent interfaces with meaning through calligraphy. Perfume in the Radio is a periodic radio show and podcast produced by The Institute for Art and Olfaction for lookout.fm. SONGS: ‘The Simple Things in life’ and Paradise Lagoon licensed through PremiumBeats; 'Perfume on the Radio' theme song, by Emmitt James; 'Moonrise' by Darian Zahedi; Perfume on the Radio Interstitials by Maxwell Williams This episode premiered on Thu. Nov. 25, 5pm PT on Lookout FM (KGAP 96.7 FM Burbank, KFQM 101.5 FM Pacific Palisades, KLDB 99.1 FM Hollywood, and online at lookout.fm )

Duration:00:58:23

I'll Find You My Precious

11/4/2021
The pleasures of the chase. The joy of the discovering. Humans LOVE a challenge - especially one with a treasure at the end of it. Good news for perfume lovers: aromatic materials can be the most challenging and enticing treasures of all. For episode 16 of Perfume on the Radio we are joined by experts in the chasing, and the uncovering, of magical botanicals, aromatics, and landscapes. Chris Kemp (writer, 'Floating Gold', among others) talks about ambergris, what it is, how people find it. Mason Hainey (Mizu) talks about orris root, how it's processed and what it brings to perfumery. Carlos Morera and Nina Mross (Cactus Store) talk about two very VERY sought after plants, and the impact of human desire on the environment. Matthew Teutimez (Environmental Director Kizh Nation / Gabrieleno) talks about the relationship to the land, and botany, from the Kizh Nation perspective. Premiered Nov. 4, 2021, 5pm PT on Lookout FM Songs by Emmitt James Hosted by Saskia Wilson-Brown Perfume in the Radio is produced by The Institute for Art and Olfaction for lookout.fm. Our theme music was composed by Emmitt James, Maxwell Williams and Darian Zahedi. SONGS: Back in 80s, by Denis, Licensed through premiumbeat.com; Street sounds in Montmartre, Paris, France by Mxsmanic on freesound.org; 55 by Beatrice Dillon on openmusicarchive.org / (cc) by-sa 4.0; tvilgiat sounds-from-the-atlantic-rainforest (CC0) Courtesy of Freesound.org; Northsea.wav, by inchadney on freesound.org And! 'Perfume on the Radio' theme song, by Emmitt James'Moonrise', by Darian Zahedi Interstital Music, by Maxwell Williams

Duration:01:11:55

Uncharted Territories

9/16/2021
In episode 15 of Perfume on the Radio we explore some great unknowns. Three artists and one poet join us to discuss their work with places that we'll never truly know: outer space, the deep ocean, the human mind. GUESTS Audra Wolowiec - website Helga Griffiths - website Carrie Paterson - website Poems by Donna Lipowitz - website Songs by Emmitt James - website Hosted by Saskia Wilson-Brown Perfume in the Radio is produced by The Institute for Art and Olfaction for lookout.fm. Our theme music was composed by Emmitt James, Maxwell Williams and Darian Zahedi. SONGS: Discovery - STS-26 Liftoff Courtesy of NASA, public domain Discovery STS-131: Sound of Launch Courtesy of NASA, public domain First Audio Recording of Sounds on Mars (Feb. 2021) Courtesy of NASA, public domain Gystav Holst I. Mars, the Bringer of War Performed by USAF Heritage of America Band Courtesy of Musopen.org Gystav Holst II. Venus, the Bringer of Peace Performed by USAF Heritage of America Band Courtesy of Musopen.org tvilgiat sounds-from-the-atlantic-rainforest (CC0) Courtesy of Freesound.org And! 'Perfume on the Radio' theme song by Emmitt James 'Moonrise' by Darian Zahedi Other music by Maxwell Williams

Duration:00:54:06

Wish You Were Here

8/19/2021
In this episode, guest host Minetta Rogers creates a meditation on scent and the postal system: from scratch and sniff stamps to shipping mishaps, mailed expressions of longing and nostalgia, delivery failures and post office robberies, all the frustrations and endeavors of getting a letter from point A to point B. GUESTS Jas Brooks (Academic) Regina Mamou and Lara Salmon from Research for the Bermuda Triangle (Artists) Emmitt James (Musician) Donna Lipowitz (Perfumer) Hosted by Minetta Rogers (the Institute for Art and Olfaction) CREDITS Perfume in the Radio is produced by The Institute for Art and Olfaction for lookout.fm. Our theme music was composed by Maxwell Williams and Darian Zahedi. SONGS 'Smell Good Mail' by Emmitt James 'Morse Code Mail' by Emmitt James Both songs commissioned for this episode. 'Moonrise' by Darian Zahedi Perfume on the Radio theme music by Maxwell Williams

Duration:01:09:38

The Doors of Perception

7/15/2021
“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science” said Einstein. And this week we ask ourselves: what lies on the fringes of human awareness? What do we miss when we focus only on the obvious? This week’s episode explores practices, stories and experiences that lie in the outer limits of human perception, from trance states to witchcraft, from hauntings to abductions to sensorial trickery. With: Jeanette Andrews, Magician Dr. JW Dotson, Uncanny Scents Brooklyn Goddess Kay, The Goddess Way by BGK Dr. David Shorter, Academic Richard Carradine, Writer, founder of Ghost Hunters of Urban Los Angeles Host: Saskia WIlson-Brown CREDITS Perfume in the Radio is produced by The Institute for Art and Olfaction for lookout.fm. Our theme music was composed by Maxwell Williams and Darian Zahedi. Songs featured: Peer Gynt Suite no. 1, Op. 46 - IV. In the Hall Of The Mountain King, Edvard Grieg (Musopen.com); Evil Minded Blues, Virginia Liston (http://www.openmusicarchive.org); Mysterious Lights, Bryan Teoh (https://freepd.com); Satin Danger, Kevin MacLeod (freepd.com); Arpent, Kevin MacLeod, (freepd.com)

Duration:01:08:30

Smell, Sound and the Wireless, with John Biebel

6/24/2021
In episode 12 of Perfume on the Radio, perfumer, writer and artist John Biebel joins us as guest host. Much creative dialog focuses on the cross section of senses, or where sensibilities meet, inform, and guide each other. Such is the case when sound interacts with smell. Join us as John takes us through his evolving relationship with sound and how it relates to the generative process of making perfumes. Host: John Biebel (januaryscentproject.com) Airing on Los Angeles' Lookout FM on the second and fourth Thursday of every month and as a podcast thereafter, Perfume on the Radio is a radio show about scent culture, perfumery and olfactory art produced by the Institute for Art and Olfaction. Learn more at perfumeontheradio.com - CREDITS Perfume on the Radio title song composed by Maxwell Williams, with additional music composed by Stephen Rimlinger. All of the incidental sounds and more "modern" sounding compositions composed/recorded by John Biebel for Ichigatsu. Songs and radio excerpts used under Fair Use policy.

Duration:00:58:44

A Perfumer's Nature

6/10/2021
The sun and the moon, the rain and ocean, the rose and the jasmine: these are just some examples of the phenomenal bounty that nature provides. In this episode we explore what our planet offers us, and how we can respectfully make use of it in perfumery. GUESTS Simon Constantine (ånd Fragrance) Mandy Aftel (Aftelier Perfumes, the Aftel Archive for Curious Scents) With contributions from members of the Perfume Lover's Writing Club Donna Lipowitz (Lipowitz Smells) Virginia Riley (perfumer) Sara Rashkin (writer) Host: Saskia Wilson-Brown ABOUT Airing on Los Angeles' Lookout FM on the second and fourth Thursday of every month and as a podcast thereafter, Perfume on the Radio is a radio show about scent culture, perfumery and olfactory art produced by the Institute for Art and Olfaction. Learn more at perfumeontheradio.com CREDITS Perfume on the Radio title song composed by Maxwell Williams. Additional music composed by Stephen Rimlinger and Darian Zahedi. Music list: Moonrise by Darian Zahedi Mazurka in b Flat Major, by Frederic Chopin (musopen.org) Arabesque No. 1. Andantino con moto, by Claude Debussy (musopen.org ) Symphony No.3 in D major - IV. Scherzo, by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (musopen.org) Sounds From the Atlantic Rainforest by Tvilgiat (freesound.com))

Duration:01:05:37

Biologically Speaking, with Heather Cvar

5/27/2021
Independent Perfumer and smell enthusiast Heather Cvar joins us as a guest host on this week's episode. Sniffing out of the inner working/ biological side of how we use olfaction for things other than just perfume; from a lover’s underarm, to bees using smell harmony in their busy hives and dogs trained to find human remains. GUESTS Tega Brain (artist, tegabrain.com) Cat Warren (writer, dog trainer, catwarren.com) Josh Markvan (beekeeper) Hosted by Heather Cvar (Cvaria Perfume) Airing on Los Angeles' Lookout FM on the second and fourth Thursday of every month and as a podcast thereafter, Perfume on the Radio is a radio show about scent culture, perfumery and olfactory art produced by the Institute for Art and Olfaction. Learn more at perfumeontheradio.com CREDITS Perfume on the Radio title song composed by Maxwell Williams. Additional music composed by Stephen Rimlinger and Darian Zahedi. Song/Sound list: Soft Neighborhood Sounds, by Chris Schum (Freesound.org) Arabesque No. 1, by Claude Debussy Moonrise, by Darian Zahedi Patrick, by Darian Zahedi

Duration:01:00:02

The Music Show, with On the Nose

5/13/2021
How do music and scent interrelate? In this episode, we team up with Dana El Masri (On the Nose podcast) to explore facets of musical thinking and the synesthetic connections between smelling and hearing. GUESTS Dana el Masri (Jazmin Saraï) Peter De Cupere (artist) Yo-Yo Fearless (rap icon) Heather d'Angelo (Carta Fragrances) Chavalia Mwamba (Pink MahogHany Fragrances) Kaya Sorhaindo (Folie A Plusieurs) Hosted by Dana el Masri (On the Nose Podcast) and Saskia Wilson-Brown (The Institute for Art and Olfaction) Airing on Los Angeles' Lookout FM on the second and fourth Thursday of every month and as a podcast thereafter, Perfume on the Radio is a radio show about scent culture, perfumery and olfactory art produced by the Institute for Art and Olfaction. Learn more at perfumeontheradio.com CREDITS Perfume on the Radio title song composed by Maxwell Williams. Additional music composed by Stephen Rimlinger. Music list: Soft Neighborhood Sounds, by Chris Schum (freesound.org) Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15, by Robert Schumman (musopen.org) B-Sides, by Karen Dwyer (openmusicarchive.org / (cc) by-sa 4.0) The Wagoners Lad, by Karen Dwyer (openmusicarchive.org / (cc) by-sa 4.0)

Duration:01:01:50

It's a Man's World

4/29/2021
This episode explores concepts of masculinity in scent. And by masculinity, we mean all facets of the gender identification. GUESTS Joshua Smith (Libertine) Miles Regis (Artist) Tom Blunt (Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab) Billie Stimpson (Pink Manor Decant Club) Ömer İpekçi (Pekji Perfumes) Alia Raza (Régime des Fleurs) Chavalia Mwamba (Pink MahogHany Fragrances) Hosted by Saskia Wilson-Brown (The Institute for Art and Olfaction) Airing on Los Angeles' Lookout FM on the second and fourth Thursday of every month and as a podcast thereafter, Perfume on the Radio is a radio show about scent culture, perfumery and olfactory art produced by the Institute for Art and Olfaction. Learn more at perfumeontheradio.com CREDITS Perfume on the Radio title song composed by Maxwell Williams. Additional music composed by Stephen Rimlinger. Music list: Valses nobles et sentimentales, by Maurice Ravel (thanks to musopen.org) Miroirs - I. Noctuelles, by Maurice Ravel (thanks to musopen.org) Waiting For A Train, by Jimmy Rodgers (openmusicarchive.org / Public Domain) 55, by Beatrice Dillon (openmusicarchive.org / (cc) by-sa 4.0) The Wagoners Lad, by Karen Gwyer (openmusicarchive.org / (cc) by-sa 4.0) The Brilliant and the Dark, by Karen Gwyer (openmusicarchive.org / (cc) by-sa 4.0)

Duration:00:59:16

Mythical Beasts

4/8/2021
In this episode of Perfume on the Radio, we give ourselves license to imagine the most fearsome, entrancing, magical and aromatic beings. Join us to learn all about some fantastical beasts, and meet the people who smell them. GUESTS Antonio Gardoni (Bogue Profumo) Bayyana Davis (IFF) Dr. J.W. Dotson (Uncanny Scents) Lakenda Wallace (Modern Peasant Beauty) Spyros Drosopoulos (Baruti) Boris Raux (artist) Jessica Murphy (Perfume Professor) Hosted by Saskia WIlson-Brown (The Institute for Art and Olfaction) -- ABOUT Airing on Los Angeles' Lookout FM on the second and fourth Thursday of every month and as a podcast thereafter, Perfume on the Radio is a radio show about scent culture, perfumery and olfactory art produced by the Institute for Art and Olfaction. Learn more at perfumeontheradio.com CREDITS Perfume on the Radio title song composed by Maxwell Williams. Additional music composed by Stephen Rimlinger. Nordur, by Alexander Nakarada (https://freepd.com/world.php) Gavotte, by Jean-Baptiste Lully (https://musopen.org/music/7490-gavotte/) Le Carnaval des Animaux, Aquarium, by Camille Saint-Saëns, Performed by Markus Staab (https://musopen.org/music/1454-the-carnival-of-the-animals/) Le Carnaval des Animaux, Fossils, by Camille Saint-Saëns, Performed by Seattle Youth Orchestra (https://musopen.org/music/1454-the-carnival-of-the-animals/) Blood Eagle, by Alexander Nakarada (courtesy of freepd.com) Eerie Ambience, by Bradovic (https://freesound.org/people/Bradovic/sounds/171992/) Falling Leaves in Autumn Forest, by Mjeno (https://freesound.org/people/Mjeno/sounds/405139/) Going on a forest road gravel and grass, by straget (https://freesound.org/people/straget/sounds/411206/) Chicken Single Alarm Call, by Rudmer_Rotteveel (https://freesound.org/people/Rudmer_Rotteveel/sounds/316920/) Cackle, by RavenBlueFeather (https://freesound.org/people/RavenBlueFeather/sounds/385854/)

Duration:01:02:16

The Sissel Show

3/25/2021
In episode 6 of Perfume on the Radio, we welcome iconic perfume pioneer Sissel Tolaas for a deep dive into her practice. With Sissel Tolaas (artist) Saskia Wilson-Brown (host) Airing on Los Angeles' Lookout FM on the second and fourth Thursday of every month and as a podcast thereafter, Perfume on the Radio is a radio show about scent culture, perfumery and olfactory art produced by the Institute for Art and Olfaction. Learn more at perfumeontheradio.com CREDITS Perfume on the Radio title song composed by Maxwell Williams. Additional music composed by Stephen Rimlinger. Piano Sonata no. 11, K. 331, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (thanks to MusOpen) Adagio in G Minor for Strings and Organ, on Two Thematic Ideas and on a Figured Bass by Tomaso Albinoni, Remo Giazotto (thanks to MusOpen) Blood Eagle, by Alexander Nakarada (hanks to Free Public Domain Music: https://freepd.com/world.php)

Duration:00:55:56

The Vice Show

3/11/2021
We explore the aromatics (and perceptions) of naughty behavior in an episode that would well have the vice squad scrabbling for their notebooks. Guests: Donna Lipowitz (Lipowitz Smells) James McHugh (USC) Persephenie (Persephenie Botanical Perfume) Avery Gilbert (Headspace Sensory) Chris Gordon (Maison Anonyme) Etienne de Swardt (Etat Libre d'Orange) Lakenda Wallace (Modern Peasant Beauty) Christophe Laudamiel (DreamAir) Elizabeth Powell ('Atomizer') Host: Saskia Wilson-Brown ABOUT Airing on Los Angeles' Lookout FM on the second and fourth Thursday of every month and as a podcast thereafter, Perfume on the Radio is a radio show about scent culture, perfumery and olfactory art produced by the Institute for Art and Olfaction. Learn more at perfumeontheradio.com CREDITS Perfume on the Radio title song composed by Maxwell Williams. Additional music composed by Stephen Rimlinger. SONGS: La Mer: Jeux de Vagues, by Claude Debussy, performed by US Air Force Band (Public Domain, Musopen.com); Jesus Joy of Man’s Desiring, by J.S. Bach, performed by Michel Rondeau (Public Domain, Musopen.com); Dill Pickles, by The Heftone Banjo Orchestra (CC BY-SA 4.0); Lucky Moon, by Albert Henry (Public Domain) Drunkard's Special, by Coley Jones (Public Domain, Open Music Archive); Oui, Oui, Marie, by Arthur Fields (public domain); In a Persian Market, by Albert William Ketèlbey, performed by Markus Staab (CC BY 3.0, MusOpen.com);

Duration:01:01:45