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Live Stage: Furthernoise Radio [uk Bristol]

bcfm.jpgFURTHERNOISE RADIO on BCFM 93.2 FM – Online Stream :: October 23, 22.00-23.00 BST (+1GMT) :: Repeated October 24, 9-10 am :: Go here for your own location time.

Tonight’s programme features Bristol noise duo Benzer, master of the drone Tuba Tom Heasley, Formication, Hassan Khan, Stephan Mathieu, Luca Formentini, Icelandic instrumental ensemble Amiina, the legendary Harry Parch and a new ‘My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts’ remix. As always we also have a live online visual mix from our regular VJ’s Grazmaster & Neil. To get the radio stream and the online visual mixing open 2 browser windows with the following URLs in each window. Subscribe to our podcasts of current and past programmes from the radio menu of the site.

Oct 23, 2007
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ArtCast podcasts available

morecambe_bay_aerial_250px.JPGArtCast is folly‘s new ongoing series of podcasting programmes – a platform for public access to new and innovative sound art.

The launch of ArtCast coincides with VELOCITY – a stunning new arts festival along the coastal rail route around Morecambe Bay in England’s North West. folly invited Sonic Arts Network – to join them in the selection of podcasts from an international open call. You can hear submissions from artists working with sound, experimental musicians and composers, writers and performance artists, both locally and from across the world. Continue reading

Oct 6, 2007
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Sound:Space Info online

web_header.jpgSound:Space took place in January 2007 in the the UK. It comprised a day of artist talks, demonstrations and performances exploring contemporary artistic use of sound and environment — a wealth of the latest developments in audio research and the field of Sound Art. Featuring, Janek Schaefer (audi0h), Kode9 & The Spaceape (Hyperdub), Neil C. Smith, Ed Baxter (Resonance FM), Dr. Aaron Watson, Open Source Audio Software Lab, All day Cinema, a.o.

Recordings of the symposium presentations and discussion panel are now online. Links for either download or streaming options can be found at the bottom of each segment’s listing on the programme page. and

Oct 5, 2007
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between stations

betweenstations.jpgbetween stations by Marc Cooley – The public airways are mapped almost entirely to the mandates of consumer demographics, psychographics and other methods of locating, courting and creating compliant consumers and citizens. This sad context provides an aesthetic space where the mash-up and obliteration of those tired fictitious sites of meaning becomes a satisfying experience.

These recordings, created for podcast distribution, were made in the southeast of the United States on various points along Interstate 95 from Richmond Virginia and Fayetteville North Carolina. They capture profiles of American consciousness as competing sectors of the consciousness industry represents them and simultaneously they are the decomposition of preconfigured and seemingly stable consciousness moving at high velocity toward utter decay and slippage into forbidden, unclaimed and contested spaces. Continue reading

Sep 7, 2007
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Frank Niehusmann in Conversation with Sabine Breitsameter

0707_niehusmann200.jpg Sabine Breitsameter interviews contemporary German Composer, Frank Niehusmann, in the July AudioHyperspace. Niehusmann is one of the composers who began to use podcasting early — in May 2005. It was then he began composing ‘small forms” — 3 minute compositions almost every day — and rather than storing them on his hard drive, he uploaded them to the Internet.

You can listen to Frank Niehusmann’s Day Tracks here. “Day Tracks” are a series of compositions in the context of musique concrète, industrial and noise music, Elektronische Musik, sonic art, Klangkunst, Hörspiel and ars acustica: compositions with originally recorded machine sounds, sounds of nature, sounds of social life and sounds from musical instruments including synthesizers and drum-computers and all kinds of edited samples from the whole range of Frank Niehusmann’s archive of sounds.

Aug 23, 2007
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