City Paper on my radio show DEAD AIR

Posted on November 03, 2015


"For the past three years, we've looked forward to musician, visual artist, and Stevenson University professor Terrence Hannum's spooky Halloween/horror-themed podcast "Dead Air" like Cantonites awaiting their first pumpkin spice latte. Unlike most blabby podcasts, Hannum, a lifelong horror fan, just lets the music do the talking. This year's hand-picked theme music goes from the obscure, such as "CUBS," about a wandering Boy Scout troop, to the mainstream such as Mike Oldfield's classic music from "The Exorcist" (though Hannum picked the track 'Georgetown' instead of the ubiquitous theme song, 'Tubular Bells')." Read more HERE

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"Negative Theology" in the CITY PAPER

Posted on July 30, 2014


"Terence Hannum, one-third of the Baltimore-Chicago experimental metal powerhouse Locrian, learned a very important lesson early in his life: His knowledge of the world was limited. The visual artist, musician, and Stevenson University assistant professor of art recalls being 12 years old in Florida, about the time he first started getting into punk, hardcore, and the DIY culture of making zines, when a friend’s older sister put him in his place. She had a great tape collection, and one day she decided to school the youngsters because, as she told them, “You don’t know anything.” READ MORE HERE