OSU's The Lantern Publishes Musician Profile on Kara Square

The Lantern Cover Photos

OSU's The Lantern has a series called "Columbus' Own" where they profile local musicians.  I was kindly asked to be interviewed for an article.  I met with Hailey Kim and talked about myself a whole lot (way more than I'm comfortable doing).  Hailey asked a ton of great questions.   The article is positive and well-written (you can read it here).  A few things are a bit out of context, but I feel extremely flattered to have been featured in this way.  Big thanks to Hailey and The Lantern!


Remixes by TheDICE, Unreal DM, and Whytong

There have been some amazing remixes posted on ccMixter lately.  Here are some of the ones I'm really excited about.   Follow the title links to download for free on ccMixter!


Chance by TheDICE featuring Steven M Bryant, Kara Square, and a Coyote (whip crack, dog running)


unreal dmLucky by Unreal DM featuring Kara Square


ccmixter-defaultAn Untitled Love Song (minimal club) by Whytong featuring Kara Square


A huge thank you to TheDICE, Unreal DM, and Whytong.  For that matter, thank you to everyone on ccMixter who remixes my litte ditties.  I'm always excited to hear how folks use my sounds... It's endlessly incredible to hear the diversity, creativity, and quality of the ccMixter community's remixes.


Halloween Remix, Podcast, and Video

Radio Orphans Podcast Logo


It's certainly no secret that I love, love, LOVE Halloween... So I was extremely jazzed to find out that Finneaus and Jaw Knee of Radio Orphans Podcast included "DJ Death" in episode #383.  It's a fantastic show that features original independent music from all around the world.  They are also an experimental rock band that goes by the same name- Radio Orphans.  Their Radio Orphans music videos are especially interesting and cool.  Great stuff!  Thank you, Radio Orphans!


Meanwhile, *SonicSpiral*Selections* created a really fun remix of "DJ Death" with the concept of sounding like a DJ...



And finally, my friend Paul Bagnulo and his daughter made this incredible mask and showed it off in the cool video below.  He asked if he could use a snippet of "The Most Generic Thing," and I was thrilled to share. 


Monsterella Lyraceuse from 7t on Vimeo.


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