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The White Whale is an audio zine. A podcast of mixtape journalism, fiction, and sound experimentation.

The White Whale is an audio zine. A podcast of mixtape journalism, fiction, and sound experimentation.
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The White Whale is an audio zine. A podcast of mixtape journalism, fiction, and sound experimentation.

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English


Episodes

Offbeat: Dream Log 9.24.17

10/4/2018
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This piece was produced, mixed, and scored by Lily Sloane from the podcast A Therapist Walks Into A Bar. Find all her brilliance at http://www.lilymakessound.com/.

Duration:00:02:57

Offbeat: A Resurrection of Crimes Unpaid

9/30/2018
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Audio from a film. Watch it here: https://vimeo.com/292243431 Features new music from John Barner. Stream and buy the record here: https://americanresiduerecords.bandcamp.com/album/darker-places I used to dream satisfaction in quiet commerce. Past experiences made new. Wandering the aisles - no one there. Belief a strange buzz - energy left over from all that's typical. I'd rarely buy. Just look. Touch. Comfort. Comfort.

Duration:00:00:53

Offbeat: Earlid - Under the Skin

9/27/2018
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Erasure is violence. Ever, always, being justified: “The director said she made the changes so as ‘not [to] show them.'” Sun Yung Shin is the voice in the piece. She is a writer and educator living in Minneapolis where she co-directs the community organization Poetry Asylum with poet Su Hwang. When The Beguiled was released in 2017, she was part of a conversation about the whitewashing of its narrative and the violence of erasure that is justified everyday. The 1966 novel had a black...

Duration:00:02:26

Offbeat: Dream Log 11.15.17

2/13/2018
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This piece was produced, mixed, and scored by Lily Sloane from the podcast A Therapist Walks Into A Bar. Find all her brilliance at http://www.lilymakessound.com/.

Duration:00:03:05

Samples from Anodyne - "And we always finish with the end."

9/29/2017
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end·ing ˈendiNG/ noun an end or final part of something, especially a period of time More the furthest part or point of something. "a nerve ending"

Duration:00:13:25

Samples from Anodyne - "Such a nice twang..."

9/28/2017
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twaNG/ 1. a strong ringing sound such as that made by the plucked string of a musical instrument or a released bowstring. make or cause

Duration:00:32:31

Samples from Anodyne - "I trust in the lapse of time solidifies..."

9/28/2017
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op·tics ˈäptiks/ properties of transmission and deflection. 2. the way in which an event or course of action is perceived by the public. "the issue itself is secondary"

Duration:00:34:54

Samples from Anodyne - "High explosive bombs."

9/28/2017
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post·script ˈpōs(t)ˌskript/ noun an additional remark at the end of a letter, after the signature and introduced by “P.S.”. “Leaving tomorrow.”

Duration:00:22:39

Samples from Anodyne - "Was like a soundtrack for me..."

9/28/2017
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hōp/ 1.a feeling. archaic "he looked through her belongings" on, want; More

Duration:00:28:57

Samples from Anodyne - "The thing with beginnings..."

9/28/2017
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or·i·gin ˈôrəjən/ noun 1. the point or place where something begins, arises, or is derived.

Duration:00:21:12

Samples from Anodyne - "Building a community..."

9/27/2017
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Blank slate" redirects here. For other uses, (disambiguation). Part of a series Tabula rasa (/ˈtæbjələ ˈrɑːsə, -zə, ˈreɪ-/) In Locke's philosophy, tabula rasa was the theory that at birth the (human) mind is a "blank slate" without rules for processing data, and that data is added and rules for processing are formed solely by one's sensory experiences.

Duration:00:00:48

Samples from Anodyne - "I didn't really know..."

9/25/2017
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re·veal rəˈvēl/ verb past tense: revealed; past participle: revealed make (previously unknown cause or allow (something) seen. literaryuncloak

Duration:00:00:40

Offbeat: Stay Wild Child (2017 Radio Race)

8/20/2017
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This Offbeat episode was produced for the KCRW 2017 Radio Race. The theme was Down With Whatever and included a special bonus clip of David Bowie performing for special consideration. Everything had to be recorded and mixed within 24-hours.

Duration:00:04:06

Offbeat: These Fair Possessions Of Democracy

5/5/2017
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America is less. Resist.

Duration:00:04:43

Offbeat: Sounds Of La La Land

2/13/2017
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Part of this year's more diversified Academy Award nominations, Ai-Ling Lee and Mildred Iatrou Morgan have been nominated for Best Sound Editing for La LA Land; becoming the first all-female team nominated in the category (Ai-Ling is also nominated for Best Sound Mixing along with Andy Nelson and Steve A. Morrow). As sound supervisors and designers on the project, their job was to lead the teams that brought every sound you hear. With a heavy emphasis on using production sound versus...

Duration:00:18:39

Offbeat: Status Update

1/19/2017
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Caly McMorrow is an interactive art and sound artist based in St. Paul Minnesota. Immediately after the 2016 presidential election she participated in social media catharsis by covering a well referenced Leonard Cohen song and sharing it for those who it may benefit. In this episode she talks about the post and her continued efforts to unify and connect people together through the complications of life and art. View her work at http://www.calymcmorrow.com/ To see photos of the piece Status...

Duration:00:11:39

Offbeat: Phone Calls (2016 Very, Very, Short, Short Stories Submission)

11/28/2016
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The phone keeps ringing. This piece was produced for the 2016 Very, Very, Short, Short Stories contest and was inspired by the rules of CLIFFORD THOMPSON Dialogue: "Do one thing for a person, and he think he owes you; do everything for a person, and he thinks you owe him." Sound: Cicadas whirring Narrative: The action takes place during the hottest summer on record. For more information on The Sarah Awards visit: thesarahawards.com/

Duration:00:03:02

Offbeat: Last Breaths (2016 Very, Very, Short, Short Stories Submission)

11/28/2016
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In a small shop they gather, knowingly submitting to the last breaths of suffocation, exsanguination, and repose in a world torn by snow flakes. This piece was produced for the 2016 Very, Very, Short, Short Stories contest and was inspired by the rules of CAROL ZOREF: Dialogue: "The animals kept arriving." Sound: Knives being sharpened. Narrative: Someone dies from suffocation. For more information on The Sarah Awards visit: http://thesarahawards.com/

Duration:00:03:10

Last Thursday (in Fragments) - "I think that's it"

10/2/2016
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"The memory came faint and cold of the story I might have told, a story in the likeness of my life, I mean without the courage to end or the strength to go on."

Duration:00:17:12

Last Thursday (in Fragments) - "Limitation"

9/24/2016
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"To write is to make oneself the echo of what cannot cease speaking..."

Duration:00:07:12