Piper’s Son who draws on a huge range of elements from the mental jukebox of a compulsive music listener – the vocal playfulness of Robert Wyatt, the compelling simplicity of Bill Callahan, the elastic space of dub, or the deep listening experience of field recordings.
Art Trip & the Static Sound, presenting new tunes from their next release, “EP2.” This expands on their sound palette that now includes rocking out, jamming and ferocious noise.
Plus author M.R. Dowsing reads an extract from his debut novel, The Assassination of Adolf Hitler.
haiku salut – sounds like there;s a packman crunching away on your heart
piper’s son – fuel for the day (LIVE SESSION)
piper’s son – hiding in the cinema (LIVE SESSION)
piper’s son – doctor at the door (LIVE SESSION)
serafina steer – night before mutiny (HG archive)
hungry dog brand – a long way from here
m.r. dowsing – ‘interview’
m.r. dowsing – the assassination of adolf hitler (exctract) (LIVE READING by Ean Ravenscroft)
m.r. dowsing – party time (LIVE SESSION)
pheromoans – relaxed opal demo
art trip and the static sound – into the night (LIVE SESSION)
art trip and the static sound – pressure (LIVE SESSION)
art trip and the static sound – mothercare (LIVE SESSION)
art trip and the static sound – machine gun (LIVE SESSION)
woman’s hour – our love has no rhythm
lost harbours – springs fire
art trip and the static sound – ‘interview’
the 5th runway – bruce’s babes
Presented by: deXter Bentley & Ean Ravenscroft
Live sound engineers: Kacper Ziemianin & Tom Kemp
Brighton based duo Nótt perform their debut live session on Hello GoodBye, whilst husband and wife duo Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou return for a highly anticipated, umpteenth appearance on the show!
The idea of Nótt was sparked following a new year’s eve spent on Brighton beach watching candlelit lanterns being sent out over the waters. The imagery and feel of the experience became the inspiration for a collaboration between two musicians, Stephan Barrett and Josephine Lloyd. Over a few days in a suburban basement during a cold week in early January 2012, Nótt created a collection of recordings and called the set “Winter’s Frame”, which is free to download from: HERE
In April 2012 Trevor & Hannah loaded up their long suffering British Leyland campervan with guitars, a few microphones and a 4-track cassette recorder, and headed for the tiny village of Saint-Pierre-Des-Landes in Northern France where they spent the next ten days committing to cassette, their newest collection of words and melodies. The resulting collection of songs may now be heard on their new LP ‘La Ferme De Fontenaille’ (The Anglophone Recording Company)
Hamilton Yarns – In Stereo
Nótt – Tear Of Snow (LIVE SESSION)
Nótt – Lake Keitele (LIVE SESSION)
Nótt – Red Moon, Black Pony (LIVE SESSION)
Nótt – It Was The Nightingale (LIVE SESSION)
Kostoglotov – You, Me and the Sun
Nótt – ’Interview’
Serafina Steer – Night Before Mutiny
Skinny Girl Diet – DMT
Viv Albertine – Still England
Boyle & Shaw – The Marmalade Factory (trailer)
Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou – A Proud Surrender (LIVE SESSION)
Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou – Arica Road (LIVE SESSION)
Pepe Belmonte – The Hermit’s Waltz
Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou – Sweet Mary Jane (LIVE SESSION)
Astrakan – The Giver You Get
Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou – ‘Interview’
Presenters: deXter Bentley, Ean Ravenscroft & Dan Frost
Live sound engineers: Kacper Ziemianin & Tom Kemp
Drugs, dirty dancing and pounding discoteca: man’s creations respond. This show was originally broadcast live from ResonanceFM studios, summer 2010. Follow Free Lab Radio’s blog or more regular posts on Facebook
Venturing around Iran and Afghanistan with a copy of the Shahnameh tucked under his arm, Nicholas Jubber relates what this pivotal introduction taught him about modern people who still love this medieval text.
Jubber explains how The Shahnameh, or Persian Book of Kings, is still very much alive today for many people, even 1000 years after it’s completion.
His book certainly has it’s own style and he visited the Resonance104.4FM studios to explain certain points: from beards to butchers to free motorbikes.
This show was originally broadcast on 2nd August, 2010
Lying to meet You is a location-based al fresco horizontal chat show. Held in locations such as Stone Henge, a boat and a bath. tobywoby introduces a world of wonderful souls / freaks whilst lying down.
For this Summer Solstice Special show, we find Little Eris – a beautiful post-punk cosmic soul, horizontal in the grass by the ancient stones of Stone Henge.
This interview with Canvas founder and director Ali Khadra looks at a series of talks curated by Canvas hosted at Art Basel by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Co- Director, Exhibitions and Programmes and Director of International Projects, Serpentine Gallery, London.
Ali Khadra explains why and how Canvas intends to turn the talks into a book and documentary, and examines our preconceived notions regarding art, the middle east and sexuality with this series.
The interview is interspersed with extracts from the third of the talks: Gender, Wars and Chadors talk on Contemporary Middle Eastern Art, organised by Canvas magazine at Art Salon, 6 December 2009.
Artists taking part in the third talk were Ghada Amer, Kader Attia and Akram Zaatari while Hans Ulrich Obrist chaired. Watch the video here.
Six Pillars to Persia is produced and presented by Fari Bradley, a journalist living in London, for Resonance 104.4FM