Musicians are tapping into technology like never before, transforming the way music is made, experienced, and consumed—and along the way, they’re changing the relationship between artist and listener. From Brian Eno’s technologist Peter Chilvers to composer Julianna Barwick to electronic musician Matthew Dear, we’ll hear from the forward-thinking artists who are pushing the limits of their craft.
AI feels like my bandmate that never goes to sleep.Julianna Barwick
About the guests
Peter Chilvers (left) is a musician, software designer, and technologist. He’s a repeat collaborator with Brian Eno. Most recently, the two co-created Bloom, an app and generative music player.
Julianna Barwick (center) is an American musician who composes using electronic loops. She recently collaborated with AI technology to create a generative, “living” soundscape for Sister City Hotel in New York City.
Matthew Dear (right) is an electronic musician. His immersive installation DELQA harnessed Kinect technology, allowing visitors to play with and manipulate the piece.