Hello GoodBye presents The Telescopes and Brockley Guitar Circle performing live in session on Resonance FM this afternoon.
Emerging from the same psychedelic guitar scene of the early 1990s that yielded Spacemen 3 and My Bloody Valentine, The Telescopes have always deen dedicated to the physical force of music played at high volume. Their early records showed their deft ability as songwriters, albeit shrouded in noise and feedback. In recent years they have also employed an abstract route, releasing albums of tape noise and their most recent single which is an almost ambient cover of Nick Drake’s Black Eyed Dog.
The Brockley Guitar Circle are a 7 piece guitar group playing largely improvised, generative music. They are influenced by Steve Reich, Terry Riley and Glenn Branca among others and aim to make music that is interesting, at times challenging and that sounds nice.
Smack Miranda ft: Spinmaster Plantpot – Hello Spinmaster
The Telescopes – Black Eyed Dog (LIVE SESSION)
The Telescopes – We See Magic And We Are Neutral, Unnecessary (LIVE SESSION)
Nick Drake – Black Eyed Dog
The Telescopes – ‘Interview’
Three Beards – Usta Usta
Haruko Seki – Tocatta Op. 111
Shoeb Ahmad – Coronation
Leverton Fox – Mole Man
Brockley Guitar Circle – Efegy (LIVE SESSION)
Brockley Guitar Circle – Harmonics (LIVE SESSION)
Shrag – Tendons In The Night
Spin Spin the Dogs – Digging And Driving
Brockley Guitar Circle – ’Interview’
Sexton Ming – Evil David Bowie
Live sound engineers: Kacper Ziemianin, Leanne Bower & Joe Oldfield