May 14, 2021
On today's episode, I talk to musician Trevor Kampmann. Born in
Naperville, IL in the early '70s, Trevor began making music under
the name Sea Saw in the early '90s on the indie label Simple
Machines, after that recording as hollAnd. Aside from releasing
over 12 CDs and DVDs under the hollAnd moniker - many of them on
TeenBeat Records, he has worked on countless recordings for bands
such as Explosions in the Sky, Cat Power, and Flin Flon (whose song
'Floods' became the theme for CNN's Anderson Cooper 360). Trevor
has collaborated often with photographer Mark Borthwick both in
music and in various art installations, and he has also produced
music for avante-garde fashion designers such as Martin Margiela
and ZERO by Maria Cornejo. Kampmann is currently owner of Analogous
Digital, a mastering studio in Washington, DC.
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