Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
Panel Borders: Outlier and other 3rillers Continuing a month of shows about ‘The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic’, Alex Fitch talks to writer Tom Eglington about writing strips for 2000AD including Judge Dredd and “Tharg’s 3rillers”, plus the serial he originated, Outlier, a space-set revenge saga continuing the periodical’s tradition of weird looking protagonists! Alex and Tom […]
Bespoked, the UK's Handmade Bicycle Show is Britain's biggest annual showcase for custom bike builders. It's full to the rafters of beautiful bikes but Jack Thurston went in search of the most useful bikes at the show, from an off-road porteur to a separable road bike to a childback tandem in titanium.
Panel Borders: 2000AD alumni Starting a month of shows about ‘The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic’, Alex Fitch talks to a writer and an artist about their work in and after 2000AD. Colin Wilson discusses getting his first work on the periodical and drawing Judge Dredd and Rogue Trooper strips in the early 1980s, while, in an […]
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Panel Borders: Wilson and Wyld Concluding a month of shows about Australasian comic book creators, Alex Fitch talks to an Australian writer living in London and a New Zealander artist living in Australia who found fame in Europe… Evie Wyld discusses her collaboration with artist Joe Sumner on her first graphic novel Everything is Teeth, […]
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 31st July 2015 Noxagt, ‘Titanic’ From Collection 1, NORWAY DRID MACHINE RECORDS DMR15 LP (2014) Masters, ‘New Mountains Rising’ From Acid Witch Mountain, UK ADAADAT ADA0032 2 x LP (2014) The Young Mothers, ‘Wells, the original’ From A Mother’s Work Is Never Done, USA TEKTITE RECORDS CO-OPERATIVE TR03CD (2014) […]
For the final time this season all of Team OLL was in the studio before we broke for our summer holidays. This meant we didn't have to wear our uniforms and we could even bring in board games to play. Ann nearly didn't make the show on time as she was waiting upstairs and wondering why she was hot. Ste was back from Finland with tales of gin and grapefruit, Placebo and Finland's answer to Justin Bieber. Simon was still developing his next game after Bang Man! took the gaming world by storm. And thanks to our Super-Special Guest Ian Hamilton, Simon will be thinking of accessibility for gamers with disabilities. Ian was on to discuss the issues in improving accessibility and it seems that the little things matter a lot to most gamers. Annoyingly there's no actual legal enforcement to make games more accessible so most of the appetite to improve things is coming from the smaller companies. But we did find out which was the first AAA game with a dedicated blind accessibility option. Ann had a very important Ann-nouncement, we talked tactics for the upcoming GMAs and Marioke makes more steps into invading Germany (which annoys the Caretaker as he prefers Monchengladbach to Koln). GameUnder continues to work undercover and Sega Badawi has some more local news. And even though we're on holiday you can still contact us via the usual methods and even finish making our game for us. Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: https://twitter.com/ianhamilton_ http://gameaccessibilityguidelines.com/ Track list: 1. Laffe The Fox feat. Robot Orgy Massacre - The Amazing Adventures of Mr. Unadventurous http://chipmusic.org/laffe+the+fox/music/laffe-the-fox-feat-robot-orgy-massacre---the-amazing-adventures-of-mr-unadventurous 2. Motionride - Loading http://chipmusic.org/motionride/music/loading_2015-[lsdj-chiptune] 3. PleaseLoseBattle - Hangover Apocalypse http://chipmusic.org/pleaselosebattle/music/hangover-apocalypse
this edition celebrates world listening day 2015, with a collection of watery sounds, all recorded on july 18th, from the aporee soundmaps.
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 24th July 2015 Polígono Hindú Astra, ‘Terra Incognita’ From 001100010, SPAIN VERLAG SYSTEMS RECORDS 01 LP (2015) Terminal Lovers, ‘Lacuna’ From Flight Out, USA BIOLOGICAL RECORDS BR-06 CD (2015) Wolfarth / Wintsch / Weber, ‘Doubtable Distinctiveness’ From Thieves Left That Behind, SWITZERLAND VETO-EXCHANGE 012 CD (2015) Jocelyn Robert, (Track […]
Panel Borders: Bruce Mutard – from The Bunker to The Sacrifice Continuing a month of shows about Australasian comics, Alex Fitch talks to Melbourne cartoonist Bruce Mutard about his career so far, from his first graphic novel The Bunker to experimental comics such as Alice in Nomansland, and working on a sequel to his World […]
With Ste in Finland listening to Placebo and performing Marioke it meant that Simon and Ann were in the studio by themselves. Well, apart from the Super-Special Guests. And we got some amazing Super-Special Guests with Alex and Sean from Castle Magazine and Eddie Lee from Funktronic Labs coming into the studio. Alex and Sean were in to talk about Castle Magazine, which is due to launch in the first quarter of next year, providing that their crowdsourcing is successful and that they agree on how to correctly pronounce Castle. We had a look at their promotional postcards and queried their DPIs, before Ann got worried about what DPI stood for. Our other Super-Special Guest Eddie was a major test of where Simon's loyalties lie. You see Eddie's new game - Nova 111 - is being published by Curve digital, which is where Simon's second less-important job is. Would Simon give Eddie the usual OLL interview treatment or would he not even ask what colour his game was? We did find out that it's a turn-based real-time action game and it's already picked up a few awards so it does sound like it'll be pretty good. From our contributors we had Doctor Avatar making a return to the hospital wards and Sega Badawi providing some local news. We also found out that Simon is making a new game under the advice of Tom Francis, how Chinese holiday tours really make their money and that we shouldn't make Ritchie and Josh the talent handlers angry as they nearly destroyed the studio when they were calm. Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: https://twitter.com/MacTingz https://twitter.com/vizzee https://twitter.com/Castle_Magazine https://twitter.com/eddietree https://twitter.com/funktroniclabs http://www.Castlemagazine.co.uk http://nova111.com/ Track list: 1. Bitmap Brothers - Gods Theme http://youtu.be/zJ26QY0A_aQ 2. Spaszaki - Trance (Casio) http://chipmusic.org/spaszaki/music/sk-1-trance-casio 3. Brink - Joe Schmoe in Rio http://chipmusic.org/brink/music/joe-shmoe-in-rio-roland-mt-32-remix 4. Rob Hubbard - Crazy Comets theme http://www.remix64.com/track/djrawb/crazy-comets-theme-soflabreaks/ 5. TLG Chiptunes - Mr Brightside http://chipmusic.org/tlgchiptunes/music/the-killers---mr-brightside-the-luminous-galaxy-cover
It’s the end of the second week of this year’s Tour de France, just time for us – and the riders – to catch our breaths before the final week and the showdown in the Alps. Joining Jack Thurston for this Rest Day Review is Simon Warren, a man who knows cycling’s great ups and […]
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Panel Borders: Blastosaurus, The Great Gatsby and other fantastical creatures Continuing a month of shows about Australasian comics, Alex Fitch talks to a pair of cartoonists whose work mixes anthropological characters with unusual situations. New Zealand publisher Richard Fairgray discusses the police procedural dinosaur comic Blastosaurus which he draws and co-writes and his imprint Square […]
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 17th July 2015 Krishve, ‘Surstof (Respiration IV)’ From Sort Diamant, DENMARK CLANG RECORDS CLANG027 SINGLE (2015) Venison Whirled, ‘Jump Inn’ From Tetragrammatones, USA EH? 82 CDR (2015) Dasha Rush, ‘Abandoned Beauties and Beasts’ From Sleepstep, GERMANY RASTER-NOTON R-N 158 CD (2015) Chefkirk & Andrew Quitter, ‘Spatial Surface’ From Kaiju […]