Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
Digital animation artist Andrew Greaves talks about “Unnatural Order” a 14 minute movie made in collaboration with Brian Marley. The film was screened for the first time at the Whitechapel Art Gallery; London Art Book Fair, as part of Oblique Texts/Visual Dialects film programme selected by William English. Andrew talks candidly about his past and [...]
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 29 June 2012 Courtis / Lee / Yeh / Wesseltoft, ‘Celestial Ancestry’ From Cold/Burn, USA FEEDING TUBE RECORDS FTR069 LP (2012) Zebu!, (Four tracks) From Chill Wave, USA FEEDING TUBE RECORDS FTR082 LP (2012) Egg, Eggs, (Side A extract) From The Cleansing Power Of Fruit, USA FEEDING TUBE RECORDS FTR073 LP (2012) Kinnie The Explorer, ‘Mardi Gras’ From Kinnie The Explorer, UK ALCOHOL RECORDS ALKTE01LP LP (2012) FvRtVR, ‘Graphical House – GPMU’ From Gobi Wow, UK NEVER COME ASHORE NCALP1 LP (2012) Nelson Gastaldi, ‘Third Movement’ From Symphony No. 3: Siddhartha Gautama O El Poder De La Nada, USA ROARATORIO ROAR 24 LP (2012) Yek Koo, ‘Rose The Provider’ From Love Song For The Dead C, USA EMERALD COCOON EC009 LP (2012) Chris Weisman, ‘Fresh Sip’ From Fresh Sip, USA FEEDING TUBE RECORDS FTR074 2 x LP (2012) Ashley Paul, ‘February’ From Slow Boat, USA ORANGE MILK RECORDS LP (2012) Seamus Cater & Viljam Nybacks, ‘Bas Jan Ader’ From The Anecdotes, NETHERLANDS ANECDOTAL RECORDS ANEC 01 LP (2012) Courtis / Lee / Yeh / Wesseltoft, ‘On Mercator’s Projection’ From Cold/Burn, op cit.
This week we talk to Kieran Strange, born in Selsey, West Sussex and living in Vancouver with life experience of autism and cancer and a powerful voice and message. Full details on www.kieranstrange.com (And Twitter, Instagram and Facebook)
Electric Sheep podcast: Modern Hauntings Alex Fitch talks to a pair of directors who made their first films on very low budgets and deal with subjects of hauntings that are to do as much with memory as anything supernatural. Eduardo Sánchez discusses his debut film The Blair Witch Project and his latest movie, Lovely Molly, [...]
repeat of a regular edition first aired on 2008.10.19, and featuring dallas simpson, leny puksar, dan warburton, and paul bradley with cria cuervos.
Panel Borders: Brockley (co)Max In the last of our series of shows about comic book communities around the UK, Alex Fitch talks to Kieron Gillen (Uncanny X-Men), Sarah Gordon (The Peckham House for Invalids), Howard Hardiman (The Lengths), Simone Lia (Please God, find me a husband!), Gary Northfield (Derek the Sheep), Woodrow Phoenix (Nelson) and [...]
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Auto-destruction in Art and Art in destruction: Ed Baxter remembers Art in Ruins and his own contemporary installations incorporating human hair gathered from barbers’ shops and a vast mound of used tea bags. “The cosiness of the war-years’ subway… of the mattress… of the priesthole… of the flophouse… of the bamboo cage. Of the public [...]
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 [...]
After a health maintenance break, Tim Abbott is back to recap the news in the disabled community since the mid-series break in April. Disability News Service is here and Kieran Strange is here
Frank Bangay and Tunde Busari Frank Bangay was born in Wandsworth South London in 1951. He left school at the age of 15 to a variety of different work experiences. He started writing poetry in 1972. Back in the early 1970s, Frank found that expressing himself through poetry helped him to disperse the gloom of [...]
Caption podcast: John Miers – The Tower of Babel In the second exclusive Caption podcast, we have a recording of John Miers’ talk about his project The Tower of Babel which adapts the Book of Genesis as a giant silent comic that explores aspects of pre-written communication and language. Recorded at Caption small press festival, [...]
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