Stu Buchanan talks to Reuben Ingall about his no-input mixing board project ‘NIMBY2’, as well as his recent adventures in sound recording and his twin passions of (very) slow music and the 1996 Hollywood blockbuster ‘Independence Day’.

Reuben Ingall is a prolific artist, musician and maker of mischief and supports the experimental music scene in his home town of Canberra through both a long-running radio show and monthly gig series. His latest project is ‘NIMBY2’, a second collection of recordings made with no-input mixing board, and swiftly follows on from ‘Tuft’, an album of layers and loops and lo-fi acoustic instruments.

In this episode, Stu Buchanan talks to Reuben about both projects, as well as his recent adventures in sound recording and his twin passions of (very) slow music and the 1996 Hollywood blockbuster ‘Independence Day’.

Featured in this episode:

13 (from ‘NIMBY2’)
Hyperdillic (from ‘Tuft’)
Ladies Market (from ‘Hongymoon’)
Forever Young (from ‘A Slowed Remix Something’)
5 (from ‘NIMBY2’)

Published on 18 May 2020.

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