Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
We start this episode having to say goodbye to an unsung member of Team OLL. One who has played an integral part in numerous episodes and we're not sure if we'll ever be the same again. Farewell Ann's nose stud (unless she's found you again). However, we decided against making this episode a memorial to the memory of the stud and instead chose to ask this week's Super-Special Guest Read Only Memory's Darren Wallabout his own piercings. Oh, and we asked him about ROM's new book about the Sega Megadrive which was written by the fifth-placed loser of the Journalist's Journalist award at this year's GMAs. Or Keith Stuart as he is commonly known. We tried to find out who is the subject of the next book that Darren is working on, but instead got annoyed at the acknowledgment section in Keith's book. Ann found out about a different type of STI, Simon got annoyed with public transport and Ste got confused about where ducklings live. We also debated the sexiness of Bitmap Brother Eric Matthews and had features from Sega Badawi and Super Roger World. Make sure to come and sing with us at GameCity if you're there or if you can't make it then come to our Christmas Party which we'll confirm next week. Maybe. Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: http://twitter.com/romalerts http://Readonlymemory.vg Track list: 1. Volt 44 - Night Of The Living Dead http://chipmusic.org/volt+44/music/night-of-the-living-dead-lsdj 2. Mister Beep - Slowing Down The Chaos http://chipmusic.org/mister+beep/music/slowing-down-the-chaos-zx48 3. Syobonaction - Lilos http://chipmusic.org/syobonaction/music/lilos 4. Groovemaster 303 - Pump It http://chipmusic.org/groovemaster303/music/pump-it-scratchin-the-vinyl-remix
To the Director Dear Sir I have come to enquire if I have anything left on account with you. I wish to change today my booking on this ship whose name I don’t even know, but anyway it must be the ship from Aphinar. There are shipping lines going all over the place, but helpless […]
Liverpool Biennial, London exhibitions, and art on the web
Panel Borders: To End All Wars Continuing a month of shows about the depiction of war in sequential art, guest presenter John Stuart Clark (who draws under the pen-name Brick) hosts a panel discussion about the new War Comics anthology To End All Wars, published by Soaring Penguin Press, featuring co-editor Jonathan Clode and contributors […]
Chips For The Poor and Steve Christie perform live in session on Resoanance FM‘s Hello GoodBye. PLAYLIST Anguish Sandwich – Goungzhou Romance Musical Instruments Co. Chips For The Poor – Scarecrow Electric (LIVE SESSION) Chips For The Poor – Crab Shakkin’ (LIVE SESSION) Chips For The Poor – Bad Scenes 2 (LIVE SESSION) Trash Kit […]
featuring recent works by steve roden, matteo uggeri, toca, grisha shakhnes, masayuki imanishi, and a framework introduction recorded in australia by jeremy hegge.
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 24th October 2014 Ilia Belorukov, ‘Gnat’ From I Did What Was Possible To Quiet Us, USA SPECTROPOL SpecT 28 CD (2014) Verbalizer / Danil Akimov / Valdemaras Manomaitis, (Untitled) From Sound Around, NO NUMBER CD (2014) Erik Friedlander, ‘Nuuk’ From Nothing On Earth, USA SKIPSTONE RECORDS SSR017 CD (2014) […]
Panel Borders: Pat Mills’ Great War comics Continuing a month of shows about war comics, Alex Fitch talks to Pat Mills, one of the acclaimed masters of the genre. Alex and Pat discuss the completion of Titan Books’ reprints of his classic strip Charley’s War, his adaptation of Isaac Rosenberg’s “Dead man’s Dump” in the […]
WARNING: Simon once again forgets about sound levels and decides to shout "Get out" at a very loud volume fairly early on in this episode. This will be very annoying, so be prepared. Guy Cocker never has to put up with stuff like this. Sorry. But the rest of the show is at a good level for listening to. The quality? Well that's for you to decide. Ste is back for the first show in four weeks and as if to add the pressure we had Simon the intern doing some independent verification on how well we produce a radio show. Luckily we had an excellent Super-Special Guest in Laughing Jackal's Alasdair Evans who spoke about his latest release, the py-rogue-a-like Flame Over, if it has any ghosts in it and what Sony Mobile are like to work for. Ste temporarily changed into being a thesaurus, Ann went overboard with the selfie stick and Simon had a weird emphasis on the word 'spreads'. We also had features from Super Roger World, Sega Badawi and possibly a Super-Special-Secret Contributor! All from the GMA's second-favourite Radio Show or Podcast :( Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: https://twitter.com/Laughing_Jackal https://twitter.com/ev4nac http://gamecity2014.sched.org/event/a982cb2b80f29810abfc7bee791abdb9 Track list: 1. Weave Of K - Open Spaces http://chipmusic.org/weave+of+k/music/open-spaces 2. Klamm - Robot Warrior Plus http://chipmusic.org/klamm/music/robot-warrior-plus 3. Bitamin - Connected http://chipmusic.org/bitamin/music/bitamin---connected
framework:afield produced in jersalem, israel by tomer damsky. for more info see her soundcloud page at https://soundcloud.com/jilada, or further links in the playlist.
We're sorry that we weren't on air last week, but Ann Life Left was so great that we felt you would need an extra week to recover. Whilst we allowed Simon to come back on air after he promised that he had learnt his lesson, Ste was being belligerent so we left him on a mountain in Norway. This resulted in a different show to the ones that you're used to. A show where mic levels and timetables were not appreciated. However our Super-Special Guest Christos Reid was someone that we greatly appreciated. He came in at extremely short notice and proved to be an excellent guest. So much so that Simon had to merge the reviews and letters sections, but it was done so smoothly that you'll never notice. We found about Christos' time in media, why he created a game jam and what his Dad thought of his games. Dr. Avatar made an appearance along with Sega Badawi. Sega has been moaning for ages about needing a weather presenter to help his local news feature so Simon and Ann decided to give a break to Cara Ellison who was in the middle of a typhoon in Japan. In the weeks to come we'll be auditioning Helen Lewis for our economics editor and Simon 'Parko' Parkin to be our Eye In The Sky. Ste will be returning next week and we'll be moaning about losing in the GMAs. Unless something amazing happens! Other than this week's #THIRDSDAY which will definitely be amazing! Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: http://twitter.com/failnaut http://twitter.com/caraellison Track list: 1. Boy Without Batteries - Shake It Off http://chipmusic.org/boy+without+batteries/music/taylor-swift---shake-it-off-chiptune-cover 2. Volt 44 - Rockhawk http://chipmusic.org/volt+44/music/rockhawk 3. Arlen - Galactic Snax http://chipmusic.org/arlen/music/galactic-snax
Panel Borders: Commitment to International Aces Continuing a month of shows about war comics, Alex Fitch talks to cartoonist Chris Geary about his series of four comic book short story collections International Aces, which tell the tales of various fighter pilots across the globe from Von Richthofen to Rickenbacker. Fitch and Geary also discuss the […]
regular edition featuring bruno moreigne, ian mcdermott, radio cegeste, eric boivin, marco dibeltulu, lucio haeser, sounds from the aporee soundmap, and a framework introduction recorded in south korea by ian-john hutchinson.
Andy Hankdog and Snowpoet perform live in session on Resonance FM‘s Hello GoodBye Show. PLAYLIST Andy Hankdog – Boo Hoo (LIVE SESSION) Andy Hankdog – ‘interview’ Andy Hankdog – ‘click’ (LIVE SESSION) Andy Hankdog – All Ends Up (LIVE SESSION) Fat White Family – I Am Mark E. Smith David Cronenbergs Wife – The Neighbourhood […]
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 10th October 2014 Olekranon, ‘Talin’ From Aphelion, USA INAM RECORDS 75 CD (2014) Schlammpeitziger, ‘What’s Fruit?’ From What’s Fruit?, GERMANY PINGIPUNG 42 CD (2014) AUT, (Track 6) From Heterodoxies III (No Rhythm Blues), UK LF RECORDS LF 040 CDR (2014) Tetrix, ‘Art Thieves’ From Tetrix 13, CANADA NO LABEL […]