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Show 700: “We all emerge some hours later, baffled” by James Greer and Neil Luck (for Resonance FM)

Tokyo is a city in a continual state of performance, a panoply of lives compressed into a dense metropolis. Underneath all the glossy commerce, all the confronting pop culture, all the tourists, however, is the city’s strange and fascinating underbelly … Continue reading

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Show 672: Strangeness by Erik Lintunen (Resonance FM)

STRANGENESS: a documentary composition exploring everyday emergences of weirdness across both human and non-human lifeworlds – a combination of eld recordings, interviews and other sonic obscurities that voice perspectives on the absurdity of living. The broadcast is a contribution from … Continue reading

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Show 643: Kogawa & Aufermann @ addicted2random (Resonance FM/Radio Corax)

In July 2013 on the invitation of Radio Corax’s addicted2random festival Knut Aufermann and Tetsuo Kogawa created a duo performance, with Knut’s feedback electronics set inside the glass hall of the Händel house, and Tetsuo streaming his homemade AM transmitter … Continue reading

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Show 642: Larry Shipping In Der Abtei Und Saaleaue Bei Planena (1. Teil)

A remix of the Resonance Radio Orchestra work commissioned by Radio Revolten featuring Ed Baxter (concept, texts, electronics), Adam Bushell (percussion), Marie Anne Fliegel (speech), Peter Lanceley (electric guitar, singing), Kim Moore (viola), Joe Qiu (bassoon), James Taylor (vibraphone), Milo … Continue reading

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Show 613: Trajectory by Milo Thesiger-Meacham (Resonance FM)

In this piece, ‘Trajectory’, devised by Milo Thesiger-Meacham, he and Patryk Gierczak very simply explore miscommunication. Recorded simultaneously in two separate studios, without any communication or forethought, this experiment relied only on the musicians being able to hear each other’s … Continue reading

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Show 587: From Darkness To Light (Resonance FM)

From Darkness To Light was written by Johny Brown and produced by Chris Brierley with extra recording by James Stephen Finn. The main voice of the piece was taken by Tam Dean Burn, other voices taken were Inga Tillere and … Continue reading

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Show 561: ‘Balfron Tower’ by The Bermuda Triangle Test Transmission Broadcasts for Resonance FM

[archiveorg radia_s36_n561_btttb_balfron_ResonanceFM width=500 height=30 frameborder=0 webkitallowfullscreen=true mozallowfullscreen=true] Poplar, East London: Erno Goldfinger’s Balfron Tower hums. Melanie Clifford & Howard Jacques are two of the artists living and working there with Bow Arts, while the tower awaits renovation. For this 28 … Continue reading

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Show 536: Live ASMR by Marie Toseland and Sophie Mallett (Resonance104.4fm)

ASMR is Auto Sensory Meridian Response. The ‘response’ is a pleasurable tingling sensation on and around the scalp, caused by certain ‘triggers’. More often than not ASMR has a strong connection to intimacy, although pleasant and intimate does not equate … Continue reading

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Show 510: Second Sketch for Ascent and Descent/A Secret Postscript (Resonance FM)

The Resonance Radio Orchestra was up in Scotland in August 2014 when Resonance104.4fm broadcast Remote Performances, live from Outlandia, Glen Nevis, in a collaboration between the radio station and artists London Fieldworks. This live radiophonic work is called Second Sketch … Continue reading

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Show 486: miraculous agitations by Dan Wilson for Resonance FM

Recorded in a single day, Dan Wilson introduces the possibilities of post-electronic music, taking the listener on a whistle-stop tour of trade waste bins with a view to discovering acoustic modules to electromagnetically scour for ‘miraculous agitations’: pleasing and unforeseen … Continue reading

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