Netradio Show: Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone
I’m really excited to announce my new fortnightly netradio show, Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone, which starts this Friday 2nd December on NTS. The show will run from 8am to 10am every other Friday.
You can listen by clicking here!
In an audio scrapbook of a programme I’ll be playing sonic art and experiments, improvised music, drones, textures and rhythms. Alongside this musical collage, the show (which will be broadcast live and be available via Soundcloud for a limited time afterwards) will feature guest artists, musicians and curators in conversation, choosing tracks and occasionally performing in the studio. Regular features will include previews of upcoming events, exhibitions, gigs and performances; selections from my archive of found home tape recordings; a focus on a different netlabel in each show; and interviews and features recorded out in the field.
For the first show I’m interviewing sound artist and improvising musician Jo Thomas; previewing some great upcoming gigs and exhibitions; featuring Clinical Archives as the netlabel in focus; playing some odd sounds and recordings from tape and record; and throwing together lots of unusual musical and non-musical gems.
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