The veteran electronic musician joins Bryan Kasenic in our NYC studio to play through current favorites and new works.
Keith Fullerton Whitman’s body of work is vast. Since the early ’90s, the Brooklyn-based electronic musician has recorded a wealth of albums for labels like Kranky, Editions Mego and PAN; taken to the stage at venues as diverse as the Labyrinth festival and the Columbia University Computer Music Center; and made music from across the spectrum of electronic experimentation. He’s also been a longtime favorite of the Bunker, having performed on some of the party’s more adventurous lineups through the years. Joining Bryan Kasenic on the radio this week, Whitman will devote sets to music he’s loving right now and new music he has in the works.