Shorts: The Loudest Miniature Fuzz April 21, 2010

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Buke and Gass

This week Jad talks with the band Buke and Gass (pronounced ‘Buke and Gase’) about the weird and wonderful twangy chaotic sounds they make with their homemade instruments. Though they sound like a whole rip-roaring party of bodies, the band is in fact only comprised of two people: Arone Dyer and Aron Sanchez. Together they play for us, attempt to describe their genre-bending sound, and talk a bit about what’s it like to play out what you don’t say.

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Buke and Gass

This week Jad talks with the band Buke and Gass (pronounced ‘Buke and Gase’) about the weird and wonderful twangy chaotic sounds they make with their homemade instruments. Though they sound like a whole rip-roaring party of bodies, the band is in fact only comprised of two people: Arone Dyer and Aron Sanchez. Together they play for us, attempt to describe their genre-bending sound, and talk a bit about what’s it like to play out what you don’t say.

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Iain Couzin is an assistant professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University, where he studies collective behaviors within animal groups.

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