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The Signal, 1.27.12 & 1.28.12, Over the Rhine, “Signal to Noise,” and “Innocent: Confessions of a Welfare Mother”
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January 27th & 28th, 2012, on The Signal…
Humorous and heartbreaking, gentle and piercing, sweepingly epic, and intimately personal: The band Over the Rhine embraces life’s paradoxes, and we talk with band-member Linford Detweiler about “The Long Surrender,” an album that celebrates the tenderness of human imperfection.
Sound artist and MICA Professor Jason Sloan gives us a preview of “Signal to Noise,” a new audio installation that explores how the interplay between intentional sound and the inherent noise associated with electronics affects our sonic media experiences.
Plus: We consider the stereotypes leveled at people who rely on public assistance when we meet Barbara Morrison. Her memoir is titled, “Innocent: Confessions of a Welfare Mother”