Mixing It

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present an eclectic mix of musical styles and influences.

For a Mixing It factsheet write to Mixing It BBC Broadcasting House London W1A 1AA.

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19901029Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present an eclectic mix of musical styles and influences.

For a Mixing It factsheet write to Mixing It BBC Broadcasting House London W1A 1AA.

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20010826Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a double bill of performances given at Dance Base last week as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Featuring the dreamy atmospheres of the Bill Wells Trio and other-worldy ballads from Pinkie Maclure and her band.
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20011118"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce an eclectic selection of music on CD, as well as highlights from last Monday's London Jazz Festival concert by Irmin Schmidt and Kumo."
20011118Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce an eclectic selection of music on CD, as well as highlights from last Monday's London Jazz Festival concert by Irmin Schmidt and Kumo.
20011125Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
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20011216Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20011230Mark Russell and Robert Sandall favourite tracks from this year's alternative music releases.
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20020106Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20020106Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
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20020113Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20020113Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20020120"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a concert featuring Leeds-based four-piece Hood, singer-songwriter Ben Christophers, and Spaceheads."
20020120Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a concert featuring Leeds-based four-piece Hood, singer-songwriter Ben Christophers, and Spaceheads.
20020127"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic mix of new music, and talk to DJ and Mo'Wax label founder James Lavelle."
20020127Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic mix of new music, and talk to DJ and Mo'Wax label founder James Lavelle.
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20020203Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20020203Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
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20020210Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20020210Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20020217"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a concert from the Ocean in Hackney, London, featuring two acts from Iceland - Curver and Minus. Plus free-folk quartet Volcano the Bear."
20020217Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a concert from the Ocean in Hackney, London, featuring two acts from Iceland - Curver and Minus. Plus free-folk quartet Volcano the Bear.
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20020224Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20020224Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20020303"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present eclectic sounds on CD and investigate SuperCollider, a computer language that generates music."
20020303Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present eclectic sounds on CD and investigate SuperCollider, a computer language that generates music.
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20020310Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20020310Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20020317"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell are joined in the studio by the extraordinary Icelandic singer Bjork, who talks about her eclectic musical influences and her richly varied albums."
20020317Robert Sandall and Mark Russell are joined in the studio by the extraordinary Icelandic singer Bjork, who talks about her eclectic musical influences and her richly varied albums.
20020324"A concert recorded at the Ocean in Hackney, London, featuring two duos combining electronics and guitar - Capitol K and Leafcutter John, and Scanner and David Cunningham."
20020324A concert recorded at the Ocean in Hackney, London, featuring two duos combining electronics and guitar - Capitol K and Leafcutter John, and Scanner and David Cunningham.
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20020407"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce eclectic CD sounds and talk to rock producer Steve Albini, curator of the All Tomorrow's Parties festival, about his favourite performers."
20020407Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce eclectic CD sounds and talk to rock producer Steve Albini, curator of the All Tomorrow's Parties festival, about his favourite performers.
20020414"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce a studio session by San Francisco duo Blectum from Blechdom, and Blevin and Kevin talk about their work."
20020414Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce a studio session by San Francisco duo Blectum from Blechdom, and Blevin and Kevin talk about their work.
20020421"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell talk to samplist Matthew Herbert about recent projects, which include mixes for Moloko and Bjork, film soundtracks and live appearances."
20020421Robert Sandall and Mark Russell talk to samplist Matthew Herbert about recent projects, which include mixes for Moloko and Bjork, film soundtracks and live appearances.
20020428Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce a session from Finnish techno act Pan Sonic.
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20020526Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present an eclectic mix of new music on CD and introduce studio guests Mouse on Mars.
20020609Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present eclectic sounds from music's cutting edge and preview David Bowie's Meltdown Festival.
20020623"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce eclectic sounds from music's cutting edge, including the Chicago one-man-band the Lonesome Organist."
20020623Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce eclectic sounds from music's cutting edge, including the Chicago one-man-band the Lonesome Organist.
20020630Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce Senor Coconut's Latin arrangements of Kraftwerk and the other-worldly songs of Mercury Rev.
20021208"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences, including an interview with New Yorker El-P about his innovative approach to hip-hop."
20021208Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences, including an interview with New Yorker El-P about his innovative approach to hip-hop.
20030209"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce new music, including a session by sound artist Lawrence English, aka I/O, who is part of Australia's thriving electronica scene."
20030209Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce new music, including a session by sound artist Lawrence English, aka I/O, who is part of Australia's thriving electronica scene.
20030223"A concert from August 2001 featuring singer-songwriter Sandy Dillon, Rothko and a dance/qawwali fusion from Fundamental and the Rizwan Muazzam Qawwal."
20030223A concert from August 2001 featuring singer-songwriter Sandy Dillon, Rothko and a dance/qawwali fusion from Fundamental and the Rizwan Muazzam Qawwal.
20030504Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20030720Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
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20030810Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20030810Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
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20030907Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20030907Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
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20031017Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20031017Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
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20031024Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20031024Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
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20040213"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences, and talk to David Byrne about his new album Grown Backwards. "
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20040423"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences, and introduce recordings from last month's All Tomorrow's Parties Festival, which took place at Camber Sands on the Sussex Coast."
20040423Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences, and introduce recordings from last month's All Tomorrow's Parties Festival, which took place at Camber Sands on the Sussex Coast.
20040423Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences, and introduce recordings from last month's All Tomorrow's Parties Festival, which took place at Camber Sands on the Sussex Coast.
20040507"Presented by Robert Sandall and Mark Russell and featuring an interview with New York singer songwriter Stephin Merritt, front man of the group The Magnetic Fields. Their new album I is a collection of songs sequenced in alphabetical order and all starting with the letter I."
20040507Presented by Robert Sandall and Mark Russell and featuring an interview with New York singer songwriter Stephin Merritt, front man of the group The Magnetic Fields. Their new album I is a collection of songs sequenced in alphabetical order and all starting with the letter I.
20040507Presented by Robert Sandall and Mark Russell and featuring an interview with New York singer songwriter Stephin Merritt, front man of the group The Magnetic Fields. Their new album I is a collection of songs sequenced in alphabetical order and all starting with the letter I.
20040514"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce performances from surrealist composer and sound artist Ergo Phizmiz, and the collaboration of London samplist Vicki Bennett, aka People Like Us, and San Francisco's Jon Leidecker, aka Wobbly, 'an idiotic sample collage, hellbent on self-harm'.

Recorded at the Spitz in East London last Saturday."

20040514Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce performances from surrealist composer and sound artist Ergo Phizmiz, and the collaboration of London samplist Vicki Bennett, aka People Like Us, and San Francisco's Jon Leidecker, aka Wobbly, 'an idiotic sample collage, hellbent on self-harm'.

Recorded at the Spitz in East London last Saturday.

20040514Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce performances from surrealist composer and sound artist Ergo Phizmiz, and the collaboration of London samplist Vicki Bennett, aka People Like Us, and San Francisco's Jon Leidecker, aka Wobbly, 'an idiotic sample collage, hellbent on self-harm'.

Recorded at the Spitz in East London last Saturday.

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20040604Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20040604Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20040611"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell are joined by author, musician and theorist David Toop, whose new book Haunted Weather - Music and Silence examines the way in which music has been affected by the digital revolution."
20040611Robert Sandall and Mark Russell are joined by author, musician and theorist David Toop, whose new book Haunted Weather - Music and Silence examines the way in which music has been affected by the digital revolution.
20040611Robert Sandall and Mark Russell are joined by author, musician and theorist David Toop, whose new book Haunted Weather - Music and Silence examines the way in which music has been affected by the digital revolution.
20040625Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences. Featuring an interview with singer/songwriter P J Harvey.
20040625Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences. Featuring an interview with singer/songwriter P J Harvey.
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20040813Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences. Tonight's programme features a session by the Parisian group Wide Open Cage.
20040813Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences. Tonight's programme features a session by the Parisian group Wide Open Cage.
20040820"Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Björk about her new album ""Medúlla"", which explores the human voice as sound source and includes contributions from Robert Wyatt, Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq, and Rahzel of The Roots."
20040820Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Björk about her new album "Medúlla", which explores the human voice as sound source and includes contributions from Robert Wyatt, Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq, and Rahzel of The Roots.
20040910"Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring highlights from a concert given as part of this year's ""Feedback"" Contemporary Music Network tour and including improvisations by Otomo Yoshihide, Nicolas Collins and the tour's curator Knut Aufermann. Recorded at Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke's, London in June."
20040910Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring highlights from a concert given as part of this year's "Feedback" Contemporary Music Network tour and including improvisations by Otomo Yoshihide, Nicolas Collins and the tour's curator Knut Aufermann. Recorded at Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke's, London in June.
20040917"With Mark Russell and Robert Sandall. Featuring an interview with Durban-born electronica artist Mira Calix, whose recent work has incorporated the sound of insects inside an anechoic chamber."
20040917With Mark Russell and Robert Sandall. Featuring an interview with Durban-born electronica artist Mira Calix, whose recent work has incorporated the sound of insects inside an anechoic chamber.
20040917With Mark Russell and Robert Sandall. Featuring an interview with Durban-born electronica artist Mira Calix, whose recent work has incorporated the sound of insects inside an anechoic chamber.
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20041001"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall talk to Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti of pioneering industrial group Throbbing Gristle about their new collaboration, Carter Tutti."
20041001Mark Russell and Robert Sandall talk to Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti of pioneering industrial group Throbbing Gristle about their new collaboration, Carter Tutti.
20041001Mark Russell and Robert Sandall talk to Chris Carter and Cosey Fanni Tutti of pioneering industrial group Throbbing Gristle about their new collaboration, Carter Tutti.
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20041008Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences.
20041008Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences.
20041015"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce another selection of intriguing and unusual sounds, including a specially recorded session from Sion Orgon and his band."
20041022"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a mix of musical styles and influences. Tonight, composer and lyricist Van Dyke Parks talks about his involvement in Brian Wilson's Smile project."
20041022Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a mix of musical styles and influences. Tonight, composer and lyricist Van Dyke Parks talks about his involvement in Brian Wilson's Smile project.
20041022Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a mix of musical styles and influences. Tonight, composer and lyricist Van Dyke Parks talks about his involvement in Brian Wilson's Smile project.
20041029"Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring a session by the Australian trio Pateras/Baxter/Brown, consisting of Anthony Pateras (prepared piano and electronics), David Brown (prepared guitar) and Sean Baxter (percussion)."
20041029Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring a session by the Australian trio Pateras/Baxter/Brown, consisting of Anthony Pateras (prepared piano and electronics), David Brown (prepared guitar) and Sean Baxter (percussion).
20041029Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring a session by the Australian trio Pateras/Baxter/Brown, consisting of Anthony Pateras (prepared piano and electronics), David Brown (prepared guitar) and Sean Baxter (percussion).
20041119"In the first of two programmes from this year's London Jazz Festival, Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce Matthew Herbert's new project Plat du Jour, in which he joins forces with chef Rosie Sykes and arranger Pete Wraight to explore the politics and sound of food production."
20041119In the first of two programmes from this year's London Jazz Festival, Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce Matthew Herbert's new project Plat du Jour, in which he joins forces with chef Rosie Sykes and arranger Pete Wraight to explore the politics and sound of food production.
20041126"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall with a double bill from the London Jazz Festival, featuring saxophonist Trevor Watts with percussionist Jamie Harris and chamber rock group Clogs."
20041126Mark Russell and Robert Sandall with a double bill from the London Jazz Festival, featuring saxophonist Trevor Watts with percussionist Jamie Harris and chamber rock group Clogs.
20041126Mark Russell and Robert Sandall with a double bill from the London Jazz Festival, featuring saxophonist Trevor Watts with percussionist Jamie Harris and chamber rock group Clogs.
20041203Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce more music from their recent visit to Montreal.
20041203Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce more music from their recent visit to Montreal.
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20050121"A double bill recorded last year at the Empire Music Hall in Belfast, as part of the BBC's Music Live Festival, and featuring sets by Graham Massey's Toolshed and Jamie Lidell. Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall."
20050121A double bill recorded last year at the Empire Music Hall in Belfast, as part of the BBC's Music Live Festival, and featuring sets by Graham Massey's Toolshed and Jamie Lidell. Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall.
20050121A double bill recorded last year at the Empire Music Hall in Belfast, as part of the BBC's Music Live Festival, and featuring sets by Graham Massey's Toolshed and Jamie Lidell. Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall.
20050128"A double bill recorded last year at the Spitz in East London and featuring sets by surrealist composer and sound artist Ergo Phizmiz, and the collaboration of London samplist Vicki Bennett aka People Like Us and San Francisco's Jon Leidecker aka Wobbly."
20050128A double bill recorded last year at the Spitz in East London and featuring sets by surrealist composer and sound artist Ergo Phizmiz, and the collaboration of London samplist Vicki Bennett aka People Like Us and San Francisco's Jon Leidecker aka Wobbly.
20050128A double bill recorded last year at the Spitz in East London and featuring sets by surrealist composer and sound artist Ergo Phizmiz, and the collaboration of London samplist Vicki Bennett aka People Like Us and San Francisco's Jon Leidecker aka Wobbly.
20050204Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences. This edition features a specially recorded session by violinists Mark Feldman and Graham Clark.
20050204Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences. This edition features a specially recorded session by violinists Mark Feldman and Graham Clark.
20050218"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce another selection of unusual sounds, including a specially recorded session from Max de Wardener playing cloud chamber bowls."
20050218Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce another selection of unusual sounds, including a specially recorded session from Max de Wardener playing cloud chamber bowls.
20050218Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce another selection of unusual sounds, including a specially recorded session from Max de Wardener playing cloud chamber bowls.
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20050225Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20050304"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a special In Concert edition featuring a unique semi-acoustic gig by leading UK rock

artist P J Harvey. This concert was recorded exclusively for Mixing It at the Royal Court Theatre in London last December,

a venue which allowed Grammy-nominated Polly Harvey and her band to experiment with scaling down their full-on rock sound to an intimate feel with acoustic guitars and a lighter percussion set-up."

20050304Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a special In Concert edition featuring a unique semi-acoustic gig by leading UK rock

artist P J Harvey. This concert was recorded exclusively for Mixing It at the Royal Court Theatre in London last December,

a venue which allowed Grammy-nominated Polly Harvey and her band to experiment with scaling down their full-on rock sound to an intimate feel with acoustic guitars and a lighter percussion set-up.

20050304Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a special In Concert edition featuring a unique semi-acoustic gig by leading UK rock

artist P J Harvey. This concert was recorded exclusively for Mixing It at the Royal Court Theatre in London last December,

a venue which allowed Grammy-nominated Polly Harvey and her band to experiment with scaling down their full-on rock sound to an intimate feel with acoustic guitars and a lighter percussion set-up.

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20050311Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20050318Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce live studio sets by LA-based experimental hip-hop producers Daedelus and Carlos Nino.
20050318Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce live studio sets by LA-based experimental hip-hop producers Daedelus and Carlos Nino.
20050401Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a live session by the San Francisco-based experimental electronics duo Matmos.
20050401Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a live session by the San Francisco-based experimental electronics duo Matmos.
20050408Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20050408Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20050415"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a studio session by Solex, the Dutch group led by musician and samplist Elisabeth Esselink."
20050415Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a studio session by Solex, the Dutch group led by musician and samplist Elisabeth Esselink.
20050415Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a studio session by Solex, the Dutch group led by musician and samplist Elisabeth Esselink.
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20050422Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20050429"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce an exclusive session by Rothko, the project of bassist Mark Beazley, in collaboration with the English musician and composer Roger Eno."
20050429Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce an exclusive session by Rothko, the project of bassist Mark Beazley, in collaboration with the English musician and composer Roger Eno.
20050429Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce an exclusive session by Rothko, the project of bassist Mark Beazley, in collaboration with the English musician and composer Roger Eno.
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20050506Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20050513Mark Russell and Robert Sandall talk to singer-songwriter and Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy.
20050513Mark Russell and Robert Sandall talk to singer-songwriter and Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy.
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20050520Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20050527"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences, including a specially recorded session from Argentinian singer and electronics artist Juana Molina."
20050527Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences, including a specially recorded session from Argentinian singer and electronics artist Juana Molina.
20050527Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences, including a specially recorded session from Argentinian singer and electronics artist Juana Molina.
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20050603Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
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Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Ry Cooder about his latest recording project Chávez Ravine, which tells the story of a once vibrant Mexican-American neighbourhood in Los Angeles, lost to redevelopment in the 1950s."

20050617"Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Ry Cooder about his latest recording project Chávez Ravine, which tells the story of a once vibrant Mexican-American neighbourhood in Los Angeles, lost to redevelopment in the 1950s.

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20050617Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Ry Cooder about his latest recording project Chávez Ravine, which tells the story of a once vibrant Mexican-American neighbourhood in Los Angeles, lost to redevelopment in the 1950s.
20050617Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Ry Cooder about his latest recording project Chávez Ravine, which tells the story of a once vibrant Mexican-American neighbourhood in Los Angeles, lost to redevelopment in the 1950s.
20050624"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a recording of Jonny Greenwood's BBC commission Popcorn Superhet Receiver, performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robert Ziegler."
20050624Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a recording of Jonny Greenwood's BBC commission Popcorn Superhet Receiver, performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robert Ziegler.
20050624Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a recording of Jonny Greenwood's BBC commission Popcorn Superhet Receiver, performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Robert Ziegler.
20050701"From last year's London Jazz Festival, another chance to hear Matthew Herbert's Plat du Jour project in which he explores the politics and sound of food production with a group that includes Dave O'Higgins and Peter Wraight (wind/samples), Phil Parnell (keyboard/samples), and Leo Taylor (percussion/bottles/domestic waste).

Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall."

20050701From last year's London Jazz Festival, another chance to hear Matthew Herbert's Plat du Jour project in which he explores the politics and sound of food production with a group that includes Dave O'Higgins and Peter Wraight (wind/samples), Phil Parnell (keyboard/samples), and Leo Taylor (percussion/bottles/domestic waste).

Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall.

20050701From last year's London Jazz Festival, another chance to hear Matthew Herbert's Plat du Jour project in which he explores the politics and sound of food production with a group that includes Dave O'Higgins and Peter Wraight (wind/samples), Phil Parnell (keyboard/samples), and Leo Taylor (percussion/bottles/domestic waste).

Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall.

20050708"Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Brian Eno about his new album of songs, Another Day on Earth."
20050708Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Brian Eno about his new album of songs, Another Day on Earth.
20050708Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Brian Eno about his new album of songs, Another Day on Earth.
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20050715Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20050722Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a specially recorded session by the group Jaga Jazzist in collaboration with keyboard player Django Bates.
20050722Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a specially recorded session by the group Jaga Jazzist in collaboration with keyboard player Django Bates.
20050805"Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Björk about her soundtrack for Drawing Restraint 9, and a new film by Matthew Barney, shot onboard a Japanese whaling ship in Nagasaki Bay."
20050805Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Björk about her soundtrack for Drawing Restraint 9, and a new film by Matthew Barney, shot onboard a Japanese whaling ship in Nagasaki Bay.
20050805Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Björk about her soundtrack for Drawing Restraint 9, and a new film by Matthew Barney, shot onboard a Japanese whaling ship in Nagasaki Bay.
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20050812Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
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20050826Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20050902"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live performance from New Jersey's Yo La Tengo, recorded at the West Yorkshire Playhouse as part of the Fuse Leeds 04 Festival."
20050902"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live performance from New Jersey's Yo La Tengo, recorded at the West Yorkshire Playhouse as part of the Fuse Leeds 04 Festival.

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20050902"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live performance from New Jersey's Yo La Tengo, recorded at the West Yorkshire Playhouse as part of the Fuse Leeds 04 Festival.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live performance from New Jersey's Yo La Tengo, recorded at the West Yorkshire Playhouse as part of the Fuse Leeds 04 Festival."

20050902Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live performance from New Jersey's Yo La Tengo, recorded at the West Yorkshire Playhouse as part of the Fuse Leeds 04 Festival.
20050902Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live performance from New Jersey's Yo La Tengo, recorded at the West Yorkshire Playhouse as part of the Fuse Leeds 04 Festival.
20050902Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live performance from New Jersey's Yo La Tengo, recorded at the West Yorkshire Playhouse as part of the Fuse Leeds 04 Festival.
20050909"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report on the alternative music scene in Montr退al, and talk to turntablist Martin T退treault, Mexican-American singer Lhasa, hip hop producer Sixtoo and members of the influential experimental rock band Godspeed You Black Emperor!."
20050909"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report on the alternative music scene in Montr退al, and talk to turntablist Martin T退treault, Mexican-American singer Lhasa, hip hop producer Sixtoo and members of the influential experimental rock band Godspeed You Black Emperor!.

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20050909"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report on the alternative music scene in Montr退al, and talk to turntablist Martin T退treault, Mexican-American singer Lhasa, hip hop producer Sixtoo and members of the influential experimental rock band Godspeed You Black Emperor!.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report on the alternative music scene in Montr退al, and talk to turntablist Martin T退treault, Mexican-American singer Lhasa, hip hop producer Sixtoo and members of the influential experimental rock band Godspeed You Black Emperor!."

20050909Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report on the alternative music scene in Montréal, and talk to turntablist Martin Tétreault, Mexican-American singer Lhasa, hip hop producer Sixtoo and members of the influential experimental rock band Godspeed You Black Emperor!
20050909Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report on the alternative music scene in Montr退al, and talk to turntablist Martin T退treault, Mexican-American singer Lhasa, hip hop producer Sixtoo and members of the influential experimental rock band Godspeed You Black Emperor!.
20050909Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report on the alternative music scene in Montr退al, and talk to turntablist Martin T退treault, Mexican-American singer Lhasa, hip hop producer Sixtoo and members of the influential experimental rock band Godspeed You Black Emperor!.
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20050916Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a mix of musical styles and influences.
20050916Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a mix of musical styles and influences.
20050916Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a mix of musical styles and influences.
20050923"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights from the first ever UK appearance by the Brazilian guitarist and vocalist S退rgio Dias, recorded at Guanabara in London's West End - featuring the music of Os Mutantes, the psychedelic tropicalia group he co-founded in 1966."
20050923Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights from the first ever UK appearance by the Brazilian guitarist and vocalist Sérgio Dias, recorded at Guanabara in London's West End - featuring the music of Os Mutantes, the psychedelic tropicalia group he co-founded in 1966.
20050923Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights from the first ever UK appearance by the Brazilian guitarist and vocalist S退rgio Dias, recorded at Guanabara in London's West End - featuring the music of Os Mutantes, the psychedelic tropicalia group he co-founded in 1966.
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20050930Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20051007"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall interview songwriter David Sylvian about his new project Nine Horses, a collaboration with drummer Steve Jansen and electronic music producer Burnt Friedman."
20051007Mark Russell and Robert Sandall interview songwriter David Sylvian about his new project Nine Horses, a collaboration with drummer Steve Jansen and electronic music producer Burnt Friedman.
20051007Mark Russell and Robert Sandall interview songwriter David Sylvian about his new project Nine Horses, a collaboration with drummer Steve Jansen and electronic music producer Burnt Friedman.
20051014
20051014Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20051021Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with guitarist John Parish at his studio in Bristol.
20051021Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with guitarist John Parish at his studio in Bristol.
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20051028Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences.
20051104"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a double bill from the ICA in London, featuring the Berlin-based singer and electronica producer Kevin Blechdom and the defiantly experimental Fiery Furnaces."
20051104"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a double bill from the ICA in London, featuring the Berlin-based singer and electronica producer Kevin Blechdom and the defiantly experimental Fiery Furnaces.

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20051104"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a double bill from the ICA in London, featuring the Berlin-based singer and electronica producer Kevin Blechdom and the defiantly experimental Fiery Furnaces.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a double bill from the ICA in London, featuring the Berlin-based singer and electronica producer Kevin Blechdom and the defiantly experimental Fiery Furnaces."

20051104Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a double bill from the ICA in London, featuring the Berlin-based singer and electronica producer Kevin Blechdom and the defiantly experimental Fiery Furnaces.
20051104Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a double bill from the ICA in London, featuring the Berlin-based singer and electronica producer Kevin Blechdom and the defiantly experimental Fiery Furnaces.
20051104Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a double bill from the ICA in London, featuring the Berlin-based singer and electronica producer Kevin Blechdom and the defiantly experimental Fiery Furnaces.
20051118"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights of a set by tuba player Oren Marshall, as part of this year's London Jazz Festival.

Plus electronic composer Philip Clemo and his sextet, including Clive Bell (Asian flutes), Tom Chant (soprano saxophone), John Edwards (double bass), Pete Lockett (percussion) and Mark Sanders (drums and percussion).

Recorded at The Spitz."

20051118"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights of a set by tuba player Oren Marshall, as part of this year's London Jazz Festival.

Plus electronic composer Philip Clemo and his sextet, including Clive Bell (Asian flutes), Tom Chant (soprano saxophone), John Edwards (double bass), Pete Lockett (percussion) and Mark Sanders (drums and percussion).

Recorded at The Spitz.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights of a set by tuba player Oren Marshall, as part of this year's London Jazz Festival. Plus electronic composer Philip Clemo and his sextet, including Clive Bell (Asian flutes), Tom Chant (soprano saxophone), John Edwards (double bass), Pete Lockett (percussion) and Mark Sanders (drums and percussion).

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20051118"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights of a set by tuba player Oren Marshall, as part of this year's London Jazz Festival.

Plus electronic composer Philip Clemo and his sextet, including Clive Bell (Asian flutes), Tom Chant (soprano saxophone), John Edwards (double bass), Pete Lockett (percussion) and Mark Sanders (drums and percussion).

Recorded at The Spitz.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights of a set by tuba player Oren Marshall, as part of this year's London Jazz Festival. Plus electronic composer Philip Clemo and his sextet, including Clive Bell (Asian flutes), Tom Chant (soprano saxophone), John Edwards (double bass), Pete Lockett (percussion) and Mark Sanders (drums and percussion).

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights of a set by tuba player Oren Marshall, as part of this year's London Jazz Festival.

Plus electronic composer Philip Clemo and his sextet, including Clive Bell (Asian flutes), Tom Chant (soprano saxophone), John Edwards (double bass), Pete Lockett (percussion) and Mark Sanders (drums and percussion).

Recorded at The Spitz."

20051118Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights of a set by tuba player Oren Marshall, as part of this year's London Jazz Festival. Plus electronic composer Philip Clemo and his sextet, including Clive Bell (Asian flutes), Tom Chant (soprano saxophone), John Edwards (double bass), Pete Lockett (percussion) and Mark Sanders (drums and percussion).

Recorded at The Spitz.

20051118Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights of a set by tuba player Oren Marshall, as part of this year's London Jazz Festival.

Plus electronic composer Philip Clemo and his sextet, including Clive Bell (Asian flutes), Tom Chant (soprano saxophone), John Edwards (double bass), Pete Lockett (percussion) and Mark Sanders (drums and percussion).

Recorded at The Spitz.

20051118Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights of a set by tuba player Oren Marshall, as part of this year's London Jazz Festival.

Plus electronic composer Philip Clemo and his sextet, including Clive Bell (Asian flutes), Tom Chant (soprano saxophone), John Edwards (double bass), Pete Lockett (percussion) and Mark Sanders (drums and percussion).

Recorded at The Spitz.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights of a set by tuba player Oren Marshall, as part of this year's London Jazz Festival. Plus electronic composer Philip Clemo and his sextet, including Clive Bell (Asian flutes), Tom Chant (soprano saxophone), John Edwards (double bass), Pete Lockett (percussion) and Mark Sanders (drums and percussion).

20051125"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Italian improvising trio Zu, in collaboration with electronic musician Nobukazu Takemura."
20051125"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Italian improvising trio Zu, in collaboration with electronic musician Nobukazu Takemura.

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20051125"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Italian improvising trio Zu, in collaboration with electronic musician Nobukazu Takemura.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Italian improvising trio Zu, in collaboration with electronic musician Nobukazu Takemura."

20051125Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Italian improvising trio Zu, in collaboration with electronic musician Nobukazu Takemura.
20051125Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Italian improvising trio Zu, in collaboration with electronic musician Nobukazu Takemura.
20051125Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Italian improvising trio Zu, in collaboration with electronic musician Nobukazu Takemura.
20051202"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the duo of Trevor Watts (saxophones) and Jamie Harris (percussion), in collaboration with Mexican instrument builder Gibrán Cervantes."
20051202Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the duo of Trevor Watts (saxophones) and Jamie Harris (percussion), in collaboration with Mexican instrument builder Gibrán Cervantes.
20051209Mark Russell and Robert Sandall head to LA and talk to electronic musician Ken Gibson (aka Eight Frozen Modules); percussionist Amy Knoles - of the California EAR Unit; and guitarist and producer Ry Cooder about his project Chávez Ravine.

They also explore some of the city's alternative music history with arranger Van Dyke Parks and Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston.

20051209Mark Russell and Robert Sandall head to LA and talk to electronic musician Ken Gibson (aka Eight Frozen Modules); percussionist Amy Knoles - of the California EAR Unit; and guitarist and producer Ry Cooder about his project Chávez Ravine.

They also explore some of the city's alternative music history with arranger Van Dyke Parks and Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston.

20060106"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present the second part of their feature on alternative music in Los Angeles. They meet film composer Jon Brion, hip hop producer Madlib, guitarist Nels Cline, sound artist Akira Rabelais, and Captain Beefheart drummer John French."
20060106Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present the second part of their feature on alternative music in Los Angeles. They meet film composer Jon Brion, hip hop producer Madlib, guitarist Nels Cline, sound artist Akira Rabelais, and Captain Beefheart drummer John French.
20060106Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present the second part of their feature on alternative music in Los Angeles. They meet film composer Jon Brion, hip hop producer Madlib, guitarist Nels Cline, sound artist Akira Rabelais, and Captain Beefheart drummer John French.
20060120
20060120Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060127"With Mark Russell and Robert Sandall, featuring a specially recorded acoustic session by San Francisco based singer songwriter John Vanderslice."
20060127"With Mark Russell and Robert Sandall, featuring a specially recorded acoustic session by San Francisco based singer songwriter John Vanderslice.

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20060127"With Mark Russell and Robert Sandall, featuring a specially recorded acoustic session by San Francisco based singer songwriter John Vanderslice.

With Mark Russell and Robert Sandall, featuring a specially recorded acoustic session by San Francisco based singer songwriter John Vanderslice."

20060127With Mark Russell and Robert Sandall, featuring a specially recorded acoustic session by San Francisco based singer songwriter John Vanderslice.
20060127With Mark Russell and Robert Sandall, featuring a specially recorded acoustic session by San Francisco based singer songwriter John Vanderslice.
20060127With Mark Russell and Robert Sandall, featuring a specially recorded acoustic session by San Francisco based singer songwriter John Vanderslice.
20060203
20060203Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060210"Featuring a session by the legendary rock band The Fall, including new versions of songs from the latest album, Fall Heads Roll, and a rare interview with vocalist Mark E Smith."
20060210Featuring a session by the legendary rock band The Fall, including new versions of songs from the latest album, Fall Heads Roll, and a rare interview with vocalist Mark E Smith.
20060210Featuring a session by the legendary rock band The Fall, including new versions of songs from the latest album, Fall Heads Roll, and a rare interview with vocalist Mark E Smith.
20060217"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a special In Concert edition featuring a unique semi-acoustic gig by leading UK rock artist P J Harvey.

This concert was recorded exclusively for Mixing It at the Royal Court Theatre in London in December 2004, a venue which allowed Polly Harvey and her band to experiment with scaling down their full-on rock sound to achieve an intimate feel, with acoustic guitars and a lighter percussion set-up."

20060217Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a special In Concert edition featuring a unique semi-acoustic gig by leading UK rock artist P J Harvey.

This concert was recorded exclusively for Mixing It at the Royal Court Theatre in London in December 2004, a venue which allowed Polly Harvey and her band to experiment with scaling down their full-on rock sound to achieve an intimate feel, with acoustic guitars and a lighter percussion set-up.

20060217Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a special In Concert edition featuring a unique semi-acoustic gig by leading UK rock artist P J Harvey.

This concert was recorded exclusively for Mixing It at the Royal Court Theatre in London in December 2004, a venue which allowed Polly Harvey and her band to experiment with scaling down their full-on rock sound to achieve an intimate feel, with acoustic guitars and a lighter percussion set-up.

20060224"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights from Urban Classic, a collaborative live event recorded at the Hackney Empire in London. It brought together MCs Bruza, Tor, Pase, Purple and Faith SFX, with grime producer DaVinChe, jazz musician Jason Yarde, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Charles Hazlewood"
20060224"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights from Urban Classic, a collaborative live event recorded at the Hackney Empire in London. It brought together MCs Bruza, Tor, Pase, Purple and Faith SFX, with grime producer DaVinChe, jazz musician Jason Yarde, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Charles Hazlewood.

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20060224"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights from Urban Classic, a collaborative live event recorded at the Hackney Empire in London. It brought together MCs Bruza, Tor, Pase, Purple and Faith SFX, with grime producer DaVinChe, jazz musician Jason Yarde, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Charles Hazlewood.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights from Urban Classic, a collaborative live event recorded at the Hackney Empire in London. It brought together MCs Bruza, Tor, Pase, Purple and Faith SFX, with grime producer DaVinChe, jazz musician Jason Yarde, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Charles Hazlewood"

20060224Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights from Urban Classic, a collaborative live event recorded at the Hackney Empire in London. It brought together MCs Bruza, Tor, Pase, Purple and Faith SFX, with grime producer DaVinChe, jazz musician Jason Yarde, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Charles Hazlewood
20060224Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights from Urban Classic, a collaborative live event recorded at the Hackney Empire in London. It brought together MCs Bruza, Tor, Pase, Purple and Faith SFX, with grime producer DaVinChe, jazz musician Jason Yarde, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Charles Hazlewood.
20060224Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present highlights from Urban Classic, a collaborative live event recorded at the Hackney Empire in London. It brought together MCs Bruza, Tor, Pase, Purple and Faith SFX, with grime producer DaVinChe, jazz musician Jason Yarde, and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Charles Hazlewood.
20060303Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060303Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060303Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

20060303Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060310"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Angolan-born instrument builder and musician Victor Gama, in collaboration with fellow sound artist and inventor Max Eastley."
20060310"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Angolan-born instrument builder and musician Victor Gama, in collaboration with fellow sound artist and inventor Max Eastley.

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20060310"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Angolan-born instrument builder and musician Victor Gama, in collaboration with fellow sound artist and inventor Max Eastley.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Angolan-born instrument builder and musician Victor Gama, in collaboration with fellow sound artist and inventor Max Eastley."

20060310Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Angolan-born instrument builder and musician Victor Gama, in collaboration with fellow sound artist and inventor Max Eastley.
20060310Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Angolan-born instrument builder and musician Victor Gama, in collaboration with fellow sound artist and inventor Max Eastley.
20060310Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Angolan-born instrument builder and musician Victor Gama, in collaboration with fellow sound artist and inventor Max Eastley.
20060317Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences; featuring an interview and studio session with Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche.
20060317Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences; featuring an interview and studio session with Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche.
20060317Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences; featuring an interview and studio session with Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences; featuring an interview and studio session with Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche.

20060317Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences; featuring an interview and studio session with Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche.
20060324"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by English electronic musician Darren Durham, aka FortDax."
20060324Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by English electronic musician Darren Durham, aka FortDax.
20060324Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by English electronic musician Darren Durham, aka FortDax.
20060331"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report from LA. Guests include electronic musician Ken Gibson, guitarist and producer Ry Cooder and Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston."
20060331"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report from LA. Guests include electronic musician Ken Gibson, guitarist and producer Ry Cooder and Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston.

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20060331"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report from LA. Guests include electronic musician Ken Gibson, guitarist and producer Ry Cooder and Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report from LA. Guests include electronic musician Ken Gibson, guitarist and producer Ry Cooder and Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston."

20060331Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report from LA. Guests include electronic musician Ken Gibson, guitarist and producer Ry Cooder and Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston.
20060331Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report from LA. Guests include electronic musician Ken Gibson, guitarist and producer Ry Cooder and Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston.
20060331Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report from LA. Guests include electronic musician Ken Gibson, guitarist and producer Ry Cooder and Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston.
20060407"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall continue their special report from LA. With hip hop producer Madlib, film composer Jon Brion, guitarist Nels Cline, sound artist Akira Rabelais and drummer John French."
20060407"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall continue their special report from LA. With hip hop producer Madlib, film composer Jon Brion, guitarist Nels Cline, sound artist Akira Rabelais and drummer John French.

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20060407"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall continue their special report from LA. With hip hop producer Madlib, film composer Jon Brion, guitarist Nels Cline, sound artist Akira Rabelais and drummer John French.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall continue their special report from LA. With hip hop producer Madlib, film composer Jon Brion, guitarist Nels Cline, sound artist Akira Rabelais and drummer John French."

20060407Mark Russell and Robert Sandall continue their special report from LA. With hip hop producer Madlib, film composer Jon Brion, guitarist Nels Cline, sound artist Akira Rabelais and drummer John French.
20060407Mark Russell and Robert Sandall continue their special report from LA. With hip hop producer Madlib, film composer Jon Brion, guitarist Nels Cline, sound artist Akira Rabelais and drummer John French.
20060407Mark Russell and Robert Sandall continue their special report from LA. With hip hop producer Madlib, film composer Jon Brion, guitarist Nels Cline, sound artist Akira Rabelais and drummer John French.
20060414"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a special concert from the BBC's Maida Vale music studios, featuring sets by drummer Seb Rochford's group Fulborn Teversham, Swedish born singer-songwriter Jos退 González and American cult hero Johnny Dowd."
20060414Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a special concert from the BBC's Maida Vale music studios, featuring sets by drummer Seb Rochford's group Fulborn Teversham, Swedish born singer-songwriter José González and American cult hero Johnny Dowd.
20060414Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a special concert from the BBC's Maida Vale music studios, featuring sets by drummer Seb Rochford's group Fulborn Teversham, Swedish born singer-songwriter Jos退 González and American cult hero Johnny Dowd.
20060421"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Akashic Ensemble, an improvising electronics trio led by Los Angeles-based keyboard player and one-time Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston - with Andre Cholmondeley (guitar, samples) and Cheri Jiosne (drum synth, samples)."
20060421"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Akashic Ensemble, an improvising electronics trio led by Los Angeles-based keyboard player and one-time Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston - with Andre Cholmondeley (guitar, samples) and Cheri Jiosne (drum synth, samples).

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20060421"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Akashic Ensemble, an improvising electronics trio led by Los Angeles-based keyboard player and one-time Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston - with Andre Cholmondeley (guitar, samples) and Cheri Jiosne (drum synth, samples).

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Akashic Ensemble, an improvising electronics trio led by Los Angeles-based keyboard player and one-time Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston - with Andre Cholmondeley (guitar, samples) and Cheri Jiosne (drum synth, samples)."

20060421Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Akashic Ensemble, an improvising electronics trio led by Los Angeles-based keyboard player and one-time Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston - with Andre Cholmondeley (guitar, samples) and Cheri Jiosne (drum synth, samples).
20060421Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Akashic Ensemble, an improvising electronics trio led by Los Angeles-based keyboard player and one-time Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston - with Andre Cholmondeley (guitar, samples) and Cheri Jiosne (drum synth, samples).
20060421Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a session by the Akashic Ensemble, an improvising electronics trio led by Los Angeles-based keyboard player and one-time Frank Zappa collaborator Don Preston - with Andre Cholmondeley (guitar, samples) and Cheri Jiosne (drum synth, samples).
20060428Introduced by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring a specially recorded studio session by San Francisco-based experimental rock group Deerhoof.
20060428Introduced by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring a specially recorded studio session by San Francisco-based experimental rock group Deerhoof.
20060428Introduced by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring a specially recorded studio session by San Francisco-based experimental rock group Deerhoof.

Introduced by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring a specially recorded studio session by San Francisco-based experimental rock group Deerhoof.

20060428Introduced by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring a specially recorded studio session by San Francisco-based experimental rock group Deerhoof.
20060505
20060505Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060505Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060505Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
200605121/2. Fuse Festival in Leeds: Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce highlights from concerts by Alexander's Annexe and Max de Wardener.
200605121/2. Fuse Festival in Leeds: Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce highlights from concerts by Alexander's Annexe and Max de Wardener.
20060526Mark Russell and Robert Sandall are joined by writer and musician David Toop to discuss the influence and legacy of Miles Davis' early electric period.
20060526Mark Russell and Robert Sandall are joined by writer and musician David Toop to discuss the influence and legacy of Miles Davis' early electric period.
20060526Mark Russell and Robert Sandall are joined by writer and musician David Toop to discuss the influence and legacy of Miles Davis' early electric period.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall are joined by writer and musician David Toop to discuss the influence and legacy of Miles Davis' early electric period.

20060526Mark Russell and Robert Sandall are joined by writer and musician David Toop to discuss the influence and legacy of Miles Davis' early electric period.
20060602"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a studio session by Wevie Stonder, who combine electronic music, live instruments and unpredictable narrative."
20060602"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a studio session by Wevie Stonder, who combine electronic music, live instruments and unpredictable narrative.

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20060602"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a studio session by Wevie Stonder, who combine electronic music, live instruments and unpredictable narrative.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a studio session by Wevie Stonder, who combine electronic music, live instruments and unpredictable narrative."

20060602Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a studio session by Wevie Stonder, who combine electronic music, live instruments and unpredictable narrative.
20060602Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a studio session by Wevie Stonder, who combine electronic music, live instruments and unpredictable narrative.
20060602Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a studio session by Wevie Stonder, who combine electronic music, live instruments and unpredictable narrative.
20060609
20060609Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060609Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060609Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060616"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live improvised solo set by Norwegian singer Maja Ratkje, using electronic processing to extend her voice, recorded at the Bath International Music Festival."
20060616"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live improvised solo set by Norwegian singer Maja Ratkje, using electronic processing to extend her voice, recorded at the Bath International Music Festival.

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20060616"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live improvised solo set by Norwegian singer Maja Ratkje, using electronic processing to extend her voice, recorded at the Bath International Music Festival.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live improvised solo set by Norwegian singer Maja Ratkje, using electronic processing to extend her voice, recorded at the Bath International Music Festival."

20060616Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live improvised solo set by Norwegian singer Maja Ratkje, using electronic processing to extend her voice, recorded at the Bath International Music Festival.
20060616Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live improvised solo set by Norwegian singer Maja Ratkje, using electronic processing to extend her voice, recorded at the Bath International Music Festival.
20060616Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a live improvised solo set by Norwegian singer Maja Ratkje, using electronic processing to extend her voice, recorded at the Bath International Music Festival.
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20060707Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060707Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060707Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

20060707Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060714"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present an eclectic mix of music, including a special session recording of electronic artist Leafcutter John in collaboration with the drummer Seb Rochford."
20060714"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present an eclectic mix of music, including a special session recording of electronic artist Leafcutter John in collaboration with the drummer Seb Rochford.

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20060714"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present an eclectic mix of music, including a special session recording of electronic artist Leafcutter John in collaboration with the drummer Seb Rochford.

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present an eclectic mix of music, including a special session recording of electronic artist Leafcutter John in collaboration with the drummer Seb Rochford."

20060714Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present an eclectic mix of music, including a special session recording of electronic artist Leafcutter John in collaboration with the drummer Seb Rochford.
20060714Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present an eclectic mix of music, including a special session recording of electronic artist Leafcutter John in collaboration with the drummer Seb Rochford.
20060714Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present an eclectic mix of music, including a special session recording of electronic artist Leafcutter John in collaboration with the drummer Seb Rochford.
20060811"In an extended interview, Robert Sandall and Mark Russell talk to record producer Joe Boyd whose recent book White Bicycles tells the story of music in the 1960s. The programme includes music by Pink Floyd, Nick Drake, Chris McGregor and The Watersons."
20060811In an extended interview, Robert Sandall and Mark Russell talk to record producer Joe Boyd whose recent book White Bicycles tells the story of music in the 1960s. The programme includes music by Pink Floyd, Nick Drake, Chris McGregor and The Watersons.
20060811In an extended interview, Robert Sandall and Mark Russell talk to record producer Joe Boyd whose recent book White Bicycles tells the story of music in the 1960s. The programme includes music by Pink Floyd, Nick Drake, Chris McGregor and The Watersons.
20060818"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell are joined by singer and guitarist Tom Verlaine of legendary new wave band Television to discuss his recent double album of songs and instrumentals, his first

new release since 1992."

20060818Robert Sandall and Mark Russell are joined by singer and guitarist Tom Verlaine of legendary new wave band Television to discuss his recent double album of songs and instrumentals, his first

new release since 1992.

20060818Robert Sandall and Mark Russell are joined by singer and guitarist Tom Verlaine of legendary new wave band Television to discuss his recent double album of songs and instrumentals, his first

new release since 1992.

20060825"Ewawoowa: Origins and Theory of the Tape Cut-up (2.00)

Ewawoowa is Mixing It listener Andrew Watson of Streatham, South London. This track comes from a 4-track home-recorded demo that he sent into the programme. It features cut-up samples of the voice of maverick American writer (and exponent of his own cut-up style) William Burroughs.

Not commercially available

http://www.ewawoowa.com/

Pajo: Wrong Turn (4.00)

This comes from the new album by the multi-instrumentalist whose CV includes stints with Slint, Tortoise and Zwan, and who has also recorded as Papa M and Aerial M.

album: 1968

Drag City DC315CD

http://www.davidpajo.com/

http://www.descendo.com/

http://www.dragcity.com/

The Elysian Quartet: String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second movement; String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second & third movement, remixed by Max De Wardener (7.24)

The Elysian Quartet formed in 1999 at Trinity College of Music and features Emma Smith, Jenny May Logan (violins), Vince Sipprell (viola) and Laura Moody (cello). Here they are playing a composition by the DJ and producer Gabriel Prokofiev (grandson of composer Sergei Prokofiev).

album: Gabriel Prokofiev String Quartet no.1

Nonclassical NONCLSSV001

http://www.elysianquartet.com/

http://www.nonclassical.co.uk/

A Hawk and a Hacksaw: Salt Water; There is a River in Galisteo (4.06)

A Hawk and a Hacksaw is Jeremy Barnes (drums/accordion) and Heather Trost (violin). They recorded this album in the remote Romanian village of Zece Prajini with the Balkan group Fanfare Ciocarlia (they won the Radio 3 Award for World Music Europe section this year). The collaboration came about through Heather's interest in Eastern European music. They finished the album back in the US with the help of trumpeter Zach Condon.

album: The Way the Wind Blows

The Leaf Label BAY 51CD

http://www.ahawkandahacksaw.co.uk/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.posteverything.com/leaf

Click here for more on Fanfare Ciocarlia

Badawi: I Said Oblivion (4.40)

On this new album, the multi-instrumentalist Raz Mesinai has been joined by an impressive list of guest players: Eyvind Kang and Mark Feldman (violins), Marc Ribot (guitar), Jane Scarpanton (cello), Marcus Rojas (tuba) and Shahzad Ismaily (bass).

album: Safe

Asphodel ASP 2030

http://www.razmesinai.com/

http://www.asphodel.com/

Susanna and the Magical Orchestra: Condition of the Heart (4.44)

Susanna Karolina Wallumrød (vocals) and Morten Qvenild (piano/cembalo/autoharp/vibraphone/church organ/keyboards) appeared some time ago on Mixing It interpreting the Dolly Parton song Jolene. They're back with an album of cover versions, including toned-down rockers by the likes of AC/DC and Kiss. This is a Prince song.

album: Melody Mountain

Rune Grammofon RCD2057

http://www.runegrammofon.com/

http://www.susannamagical.com/

Click here to read an interview with this artist

Calika: The Bright Spot (5.40)

Calika is the Brighton-based musician Simon Kealoha. This album is part of a series called the 'Mineral Series' and put out by Scottish electronic label Benbecula. The idea is to release an album a month, so that the music can be heard more quickly.

album: The Bright Spot

Benbecula Records Minerals Series BEN518

http://calika.or-this.com/

http://www.benbecula.com/

Easy Star All*Stars: Fitter Happier (2.19)

This is the follow-up to Easy Star All*Stars reggae interpretation of Dark Side of the Moon entitled Dub Side of the Moon. Now they have given the same treatment to Radiohead's 1997 classic OK Computer.

Vocals by Menny More; Easy Star All*Stars are Michael Goldwasser (guitar/melodica/piano/clavinet/organ/synthesiser/electric piano/percussion/producer/arranger); Victor Rice (bass/melodica/percussion); Ivan 'Ive 09' Katz (drums/percussion); Jeremy Mage (piano/electric piano/glockenspiel); Jenny Hill (saxophone/flute); Buford O'Sullivan (trombone); Junior Jazz (guitar/vocals); Tamar-Kali, Menny More, Daddy Lion Chandell (vocals); Renard Shy 'Ras I-Ray' (bass); Pam Fleming (trumpet/flugelhorn); Victor Axelrod aka Ticklah (organ/clavinet); Eddie Ocampo (drums/percussion); Wayne Wiggum (guitar/percussion); Zeno Pittarelli (cello)

album: Radiodread

Easy Star ES-1014

http://www.easystar.com/

Radiohead: Skttrbrain (Four Tet Remix) (4.25)

This comes from a new double album showcasing the remix talents of Kieran Hebden. This version of the Radiohead song originally appeared on Radiohead's 2+2=5 CD single.

album: FourTet Remixes

Domino WIGCD180

http://www.fourtet.net/

http://www.dominorecordco.com/

Formication: Rise of the Native (6.47)

Formication are Kingsley Ravenscroft and Alec Bowman from Newark in Nottinghamshire.

This track 'embraces the art of chaos and the migraine'.

album: Redux

Harmful Records 003CDR

http://www.theformicarium.com/

http://www.myspace.com/formication

Department of Eagles: Sailing by Night remixed by Tunng (3.38)

Department of Eagles is the Brooklyn duo of Daniel Rossen (vocals/guitars) and Fred Nicolaus (beats/samples). This track originally appeared on last year's acclaimed album The Cold Nose. Here it has been given the remix treatment by London's electronic folk collective Tunng.

B-side to Romo Goth/Sailing by Night CD single

Melodic MELO 038CD

http://www.departmentofeagles.com/

http://www.tunng.co.uk/

http://www.melodic.co.uk/."

20060825"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Ewawoowa: Origins and Theory of the Tape Cut-up (2.00)

Ewawoowa is Mixing It listener Andrew Watson of Streatham, South London. This track comes from a 4-track home-recorded demo that he sent into the programme. It features cut-up samples of the voice of maverick American writer (and exponent of his own cut-up style) William Burroughs.

Not commercially available

http://www.ewawoowa.com/

Pajo: Wrong Turn (4.00)

This comes from the new album by the multi-instrumentalist whose CV includes stints with Slint, Tortoise and Zwan, and who has also recorded as Papa M and Aerial M.

album: 1968

Drag City DC315CD

http://www.davidpajo.com/

http://www.descendo.com/

http://www.dragcity.com/

The Elysian Quartet: String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second movement; String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second and third movement, remixed by Max De Wardener (7.24)

The Elysian Quartet formed in 1999 at Trinity College of Music and features Emma Smith, Jenny May Logan (violins), Vince Sipprell (viola) and Laura Moody (cello). Here they are playing a composition by the DJ and producer Gabriel Prokofiev (grandson of composer Sergei Prokofiev).

album: Gabriel Prokofiev String Quartet no.1

Nonclassical NONCLSSV001

http://www.elysianquartet.com/

http://www.nonclassical.co.uk/

A Hawk and a Hacksaw: Salt Water; There is a River in Galisteo (4.06)

A Hawk and a Hacksaw is Jeremy Barnes (drums/accordion) and Heather Trost (violin). They recorded this album in the remote Romanian village of Zece Prajini with the Balkan group Fanfare Ciocarlia (they won the Radio 3 Award for World Music Europe section this year). The collaboration came about through Heather's interest in Eastern European music. They finished the album back in the US with the help of trumpeter Zach Condon.

album: The Way the Wind Blows

The Leaf Label BAY 51CD

http://www.ahawkandahacksaw.co.uk/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.posteverything.com/leaf

Click here for more on Fanfare Ciocarlia

Badawi: I Said Oblivion (4.40)

On this new album, the multi-instrumentalist Raz Mesinai has been joined by an impressive list of guest players: Eyvind Kang and Mark Feldman (violins), Marc Ribot (guitar), Jane Scarpanton (cello), Marcus Rojas (tuba) and Shahzad Ismaily (bass).

album: Safe

Asphodel ASP 2030

http://www.razmesinai.com/

http://www.asphodel.com/

Susanna and the Magical Orchestra: Condition of the Heart (4.44)

Susanna Karolina Wallumrød (vocals) and Morten Qvenild (piano/cembalo/autoharp/vibraphone/church organ/keyboards) appeared some time ago on Mixing It interpreting the Dolly Parton song Jolene. They're back with an album of cover versions, including toned-down rockers by the likes of AC/DC and Kiss. This is a Prince song.

album: Melody Mountain

Rune Grammofon RCD2057

http://www.runegrammofon.com/

http://www.susannamagical.com/

Click here to read an interview with this artist

Calika: The Bright Spot (5.40)

Calika is the Brighton-based musician Simon Kealoha. This album is part of a series called the 'Mineral Series' and put out by Scottish electronic label Benbecula. The idea is to release an album a month, so that the music can be heard more quickly.

album: The Bright Spot

Benbecula Records Minerals Series BEN518

http://calika.or-this.com/

http://www.benbecula.com/

Easy Star All*Stars: Fitter Happier (2.19)

This is the follow-up to Easy Star All*Stars reggae interpretation of Dark Side of the Moon entitled Dub Side of the Moon. Now they have given the same treatment to Radiohead's 1997 classic OK Computer.

Vocals by Menny More; Easy Star All*Stars are Michael Goldwasser (guitar/melodica/piano/clavinet/organ/synthesiser/electric piano/percussion/producer/arranger); Victor Rice (bass/melodica/percussion); Ivan 'Ive 09' Katz (drums/percussion); Jeremy Mage (piano/electric piano/glockenspiel); Jenny Hill (saxophone/flute); Buford O'Sullivan (trombone); Junior Jazz (guitar/vocals); Tamar-Kali, Menny More, Daddy Lion Chandell (vocals); Renard Shy 'Ras I-Ray' (bass); Pam Fleming (trumpet/flugelhorn); Victor Axelrod aka Ticklah (organ/clavinet); Eddie Ocampo (drums/percussion); Wayne Wiggum (guitar/percussion); Zeno Pittarelli (cello)

album: Radiodread

Easy Star ES-1014

http://www.easystar.com/

Radiohead: Skttrbrain (Four Tet Remix) (4.25)

This comes from a new double album showcasing the remix talents of Kieran Hebden. This version of the Radiohead song originally appeared on Radiohead's 2+2=5 CD single.

album: FourTet Remixes

Domino WIGCD180

http://www.fourtet.net/

http://www.dominorecordco.com/

Formication: Rise of the Native (6.47)

Formication are Kingsley Ravenscroft and Alec Bowman from Newark in Nottinghamshire.

This track 'embraces the art of chaos and the migraine'.

album: Redux

Harmful Records 003CDR

http://www.theformicarium.com/

http://www.myspace.com/formication

Department of Eagles: Sailing by Night remixed by Tunng (3.38)

Department of Eagles is the Brooklyn duo of Daniel Rossen (vocals/guitars) and Fred Nicolaus (beats/samples). This track originally appeared on last year's acclaimed album The Cold Nose. Here it has been given the remix treatment by London's electronic folk collective Tunng.

B-side to Romo Goth/Sailing by Night CD single

Melodic MELO 038CD

http://www.departmentofeagles.com/

http://www.tunng.co.uk/

http://www.melodic.co.uk/."

20060825"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Ewawoowa: Origins and Theory of the Tape Cut-up (2.00)

Ewawoowa is Mixing It listener Andrew Watson of Streatham, South London. This track comes from a 4-track home-recorded demo that he sent into the programme. It features cut-up samples of the voice of maverick American writer (and exponent of his own cut-up style) William Burroughs.

Not commercially available

http://www.ewawoowa.com/

Pajo: Wrong Turn (4.00)

This comes from the new album by the multi-instrumentalist whose CV includes stints with Slint, Tortoise and Zwan, and who has also recorded as Papa M and Aerial M.

album: 1968

Drag City DC315CD

http://www.davidpajo.com/

http://www.descendo.com/

http://www.dragcity.com/

The Elysian Quartet: String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second movement; String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second and third movement, remixed by Max De Wardener (7.24)

The Elysian Quartet formed in 1999 at Trinity College of Music and features Emma Smith, Jenny May Logan (violins), Vince Sipprell (viola) and Laura Moody (cello). Here they are playing a composition by the DJ and producer Gabriel Prokofiev (grandson of composer Sergei Prokofiev).

album: Gabriel Prokofiev String Quartet no.1

Nonclassical NONCLSSV001

http://www.elysianquartet.com/

http://www.nonclassical.co.uk/

A Hawk and a Hacksaw: Salt Water; There is a River in Galisteo (4.06)

A Hawk and a Hacksaw is Jeremy Barnes (drums/accordion) and Heather Trost (violin). They recorded this album in the remote Romanian village of Zece Prajini with the Balkan group Fanfare Ciocarlia (they won the Radio 3 Award for World Music Europe section this year). The collaboration came about through Heather's interest in Eastern European music. They finished the album back in the US with the help of trumpeter Zach Condon.

album: The Way the Wind Blows

The Leaf Label BAY 51CD

http://www.ahawkandahacksaw.co.uk/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.posteverything.com/leaf

Click here for more on Fanfare Ciocarlia

Badawi: I Said Oblivion (4.40)

On this new album, the multi-instrumentalist Raz Mesinai has been joined by an impressive list of guest players: Eyvind Kang and Mark Feldman (violins), Marc Ribot (guitar), Jane Scarpanton (cello), Marcus Rojas (tuba) and Shahzad Ismaily (bass).

album: Safe

Asphodel ASP 2030

http://www.razmesinai.com/

http://www.asphodel.com/

Susanna and the Magical Orchestra: Condition of the Heart (4.44)

Susanna Karolina Wallumrød (vocals) and Morten Qvenild (piano/cembalo/autoharp/vibraphone/church organ/keyboards) appeared some time ago on Mixing It interpreting the Dolly Parton song Jolene. They're back with an album of cover versions, including toned-down rockers by the likes of AC/DC and Kiss. This is a Prince song.

album: Melody Mountain

Rune Grammofon RCD2057

http://www.runegrammofon.com/

http://www.susannamagical.com/

Click here to read an interview with this artist

Calika: The Bright Spot (5.40)

Calika is the Brighton-based musician Simon Kealoha. This album is part of a series called the 'Mineral Series' and put out by Scottish electronic label Benbecula. The idea is to release an album a month, so that the music can be heard more quickly.

album: The Bright Spot

Benbecula Records Minerals Series BEN518

http://calika.or-this.com/

http://www.benbecula.com/

Easy Star All*Stars: Fitter Happier (2.19)

This is the follow-up to Easy Star All*Stars reggae interpretation of Dark Side of the Moon entitled Dub Side of the Moon. Now they have given the same treatment to Radiohead's 1997 classic OK Computer.

Vocals by Menny More; Easy Star All*Stars are Michael Goldwasser (guitar/melodica/piano/clavinet/organ/synthesiser/electric piano/percussion/producer/arranger); Victor Rice (bass/melodica/percussion); Ivan 'Ive 09' Katz (drums/percussion); Jeremy Mage (piano/electric piano/glockenspiel); Jenny Hill (saxophone/flute); Buford O'Sullivan (trombone); Junior Jazz (guitar/vocals); Tamar-Kali, Menny More, Daddy Lion Chandell (vocals); Renard Shy 'Ras I-Ray' (bass); Pam Fleming (trumpet/flugelhorn); Victor Axelrod aka Ticklah (organ/clavinet); Eddie Ocampo (drums/percussion); Wayne Wiggum (guitar/percussion); Zeno Pittarelli (cello)

album: Radiodread

Easy Star ES-1014

http://www.easystar.com/

Radiohead: Skttrbrain (Four Tet Remix) (4.25)

This comes from a new double album showcasing the remix talents of Kieran Hebden. This version of the Radiohead song originally appeared on Radiohead's 2+2=5 CD single.

album: FourTet Remixes

Domino WIGCD180

http://www.fourtet.net/

http://www.dominorecordco.com/

Formication: Rise of the Native (6.47)

Formication are Kingsley Ravenscroft and Alec Bowman from Newark in Nottinghamshire.

This track 'embraces the art of chaos and the migraine'.

album: Redux

Harmful Records 003CDR

http://www.theformicarium.com/

http://www.myspace.com/formication

Department of Eagles: Sailing by Night remixed by Tunng (3.38)

Department of Eagles is the Brooklyn duo of Daniel Rossen (vocals/guitars) and Fred Nicolaus (beats/samples). This track originally appeared on last year's acclaimed album The Cold Nose. Here it has been given the remix treatment by London's electronic folk collective Tunng.

B-side to Romo Goth/Sailing by Night CD single

Melodic MELO 038CD

http://www.departmentofeagles.com/

http://www.tunng.co.uk/

http://www.melodic.co.uk/.

Ewawoowa: Origins and Theory of the Tape Cut-up (2.00)

Ewawoowa is Mixing It listener Andrew Watson of Streatham, South London. This track comes from a 4-track home-recorded demo that he sent into the programme. It features cut-up samples of the voice of maverick American writer (and exponent of his own cut-up style) William Burroughs.

Not commercially available

http://www.ewawoowa.com/

Pajo: Wrong Turn (4.00)

This comes from the new album by the multi-instrumentalist whose CV includes stints with Slint, Tortoise and Zwan, and who has also recorded as Papa M and Aerial M.

album: 1968

Drag City DC315CD

http://www.davidpajo.com/

http://www.descendo.com/

http://www.dragcity.com/

The Elysian Quartet: String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second movement; String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second and third movement, remixed by Max De Wardener (7.24)

The Elysian Quartet formed in 1999 at Trinity College of Music and features Emma Smith, Jenny May Logan (violins), Vince Sipprell (viola) and Laura Moody (cello). Here they are playing a composition by the DJ and producer Gabriel Prokofiev (grandson of composer Sergei Prokofiev).

album: Gabriel Prokofiev String Quartet no.1

Nonclassical NONCLSSV001

http://www.elysianquartet.com/

http://www.nonclassical.co.uk/

A Hawk and a Hacksaw: Salt Water; There is a River in Galisteo (4.06)

A Hawk and a Hacksaw is Jeremy Barnes (drums/accordion) and Heather Trost (violin). They recorded this album in the remote Romanian village of Zece Prajini with the Balkan group Fanfare Ciocarlia (they won the Radio 3 Award for World Music Europe section this year). The collaboration came about through Heather's interest in Eastern European music. They finished the album back in the US with the help of trumpeter Zach Condon.

album: The Way the Wind Blows

The Leaf Label BAY 51CD

http://www.ahawkandahacksaw.co.uk/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.posteverything.com/leaf

Click here for more on Fanfare Ciocarlia

Badawi: I Said Oblivion (4.40)

On this new album, the multi-instrumentalist Raz Mesinai has been joined by an impressive list of guest players: Eyvind Kang and Mark Feldman (violins), Marc Ribot (guitar), Jane Scarpanton (cello), Marcus Rojas (tuba) and Shahzad Ismaily (bass).

album: Safe

Asphodel ASP 2030

http://www.razmesinai.com/

http://www.asphodel.com/

Susanna and the Magical Orchestra: Condition of the Heart (4.44)

Susanna Karolina Wallumrød (vocals) and Morten Qvenild (piano/cembalo/autoharp/vibraphone/church organ/keyboards) appeared some time ago on Mixing It interpreting the Dolly Parton song Jolene. They're back with an album of cover versions, including toned-down rockers by the likes of AC/DC and Kiss. This is a Prince song.

album: Melody Mountain

Rune Grammofon RCD2057

http://www.runegrammofon.com/

http://www.susannamagical.com/

Click here to read an interview with this artist

Calika: The Bright Spot (5.40)

Calika is the Brighton-based musician Simon Kealoha. This album is part of a series called the 'Mineral Series' and put out by Scottish electronic label Benbecula. The idea is to release an album a month, so that the music can be heard more quickly.

album: The Bright Spot

Benbecula Records Minerals Series BEN518

http://calika.or-this.com/

http://www.benbecula.com/

Easy Star All*Stars: Fitter Happier (2.19)

This is the follow-up to Easy Star All*Stars reggae interpretation of Dark Side of the Moon entitled Dub Side of the Moon. Now they have given the same treatment to Radiohead's 1997 classic OK Computer.

Vocals by Menny More; Easy Star All*Stars are Michael Goldwasser (guitar/melodica/piano/clavinet/organ/synthesiser/electric piano/percussion/producer/arranger); Victor Rice (bass/melodica/percussion); Ivan 'Ive 09' Katz (drums/percussion); Jeremy Mage (piano/electric piano/glockenspiel); Jenny Hill (saxophone/flute); Buford O'Sullivan (trombone); Junior Jazz (guitar/vocals); Tamar-Kali, Menny More, Daddy Lion Chandell (vocals); Renard Shy 'Ras I-Ray' (bass); Pam Fleming (trumpet/flugelhorn); Victor Axelrod aka Ticklah (organ/clavinet); Eddie Ocampo (drums/percussion); Wayne Wiggum (guitar/percussion); Zeno Pittarelli (cello)

album: Radiodread

Easy Star ES-1014

http://www.easystar.com/

Radiohead: Skttrbrain (Four Tet Remix) (4.25)

This comes from a new double album showcasing the remix talents of Kieran Hebden. This version of the Radiohead song originally appeared on Radiohead's 2+2=5 CD single.

album: FourTet Remixes

Domino WIGCD180

http://www.fourtet.net/

http://www.dominorecordco.com/

Formication: Rise of the Native (6.47)

Formication are Kingsley Ravenscroft and Alec Bowman from Newark in Nottinghamshire.

This track 'embraces the art of chaos and the migraine'.

album: Redux

Harmful Records 003CDR

http://www.theformicarium.com/

http://www.myspace.com/formication

Department of Eagles: Sailing by Night remixed by Tunng (3.38)

Department of Eagles is the Brooklyn duo of Daniel Rossen (vocals/guitars) and Fred Nicolaus (beats/samples). This track originally appeared on last year's acclaimed album The Cold Nose. Here it has been given the remix treatment by London's electronic folk collective Tunng.

B-side to Romo Goth/Sailing by Night CD single

Melodic MELO 038CD

http://www.departmentofeagles.com/

http://www.tunng.co.uk/

http://www.melodic.co.uk/."

20060825"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Ewawoowa: Origins and Theory of the Tape Cut-up (2.00)

Ewawoowa is Mixing It listener Andrew Watson of Streatham, South London. This track comes from a 4-track home-recorded demo that he sent into the programme. It features cut-up samples of the voice of maverick American writer (and exponent of his own cut-up style) William Burroughs.

Not commercially available

http://www.ewawoowa.com/

Pajo: Wrong Turn (4.00)

This comes from the new album by the multi-instrumentalist whose CV includes stints with Slint, Tortoise and Zwan, and who has also recorded as Papa M and Aerial M.

album: 1968

Drag City DC315CD

http://www.davidpajo.com/

http://www.descendo.com/

http://www.dragcity.com/

The Elysian Quartet: String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second movement; String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second and third movement, remixed by Max De Wardener (7.24)

The Elysian Quartet formed in 1999 at Trinity College of Music and features Emma Smith, Jenny May Logan (violins), Vince Sipprell (viola) and Laura Moody (cello). Here they are playing a composition by the DJ and producer Gabriel Prokofiev (grandson of composer Sergei Prokofiev).

album: Gabriel Prokofiev String Quartet no.1

Nonclassical NONCLSSV001

http://www.elysianquartet.com/

http://www.nonclassical.co.uk/

A Hawk and a Hacksaw: Salt Water; There is a River in Galisteo (4.06)

A Hawk and a Hacksaw is Jeremy Barnes (drums/accordion) and Heather Trost (violin). They recorded this album in the remote Romanian village of Zece Prajini with the Balkan group Fanfare Ciocarlia (they won the Radio 3 Award for World Music Europe section this year). The collaboration came about through Heather's interest in Eastern European music. They finished the album back in the US with the help of trumpeter Zach Condon.

album: The Way the Wind Blows

The Leaf Label BAY 51CD

http://www.ahawkandahacksaw.co.uk/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.posteverything.com/leaf

Click here for more on Fanfare Ciocarlia

Badawi: I Said Oblivion (4.40)

On this new album, the multi-instrumentalist Raz Mesinai has been joined by an impressive list of guest players: Eyvind Kang and Mark Feldman (violins), Marc Ribot (guitar), Jane Scarpanton (cello), Marcus Rojas (tuba) and Shahzad Ismaily (bass).

album: Safe

Asphodel ASP 2030

http://www.razmesinai.com/

http://www.asphodel.com/

Susanna and the Magical Orchestra: Condition of the Heart (4.44)

Susanna Karolina Wallumrød (vocals) and Morten Qvenild (piano/cembalo/autoharp/vibraphone/church organ/keyboards) appeared some time ago on Mixing It interpreting the Dolly Parton song Jolene. They're back with an album of cover versions, including toned-down rockers by the likes of AC/DC and Kiss. This is a Prince song.

album: Melody Mountain

Rune Grammofon RCD2057

http://www.runegrammofon.com/

http://www.susannamagical.com/

Click here to read an interview with this artist

Calika: The Bright Spot (5.40)

Calika is the Brighton-based musician Simon Kealoha. This album is part of a series called the 'Mineral Series' and put out by Scottish electronic label Benbecula. The idea is to release an album a month, so that the music can be heard more quickly.

album: The Bright Spot

Benbecula Records Minerals Series BEN518

http://calika.or-this.com/

http://www.benbecula.com/

Easy Star All*Stars: Fitter Happier (2.19)

This is the follow-up to Easy Star All*Stars reggae interpretation of Dark Side of the Moon entitled Dub Side of the Moon. Now they have given the same treatment to Radiohead's 1997 classic OK Computer.

Vocals by Menny More; Easy Star All*Stars are Michael Goldwasser (guitar/melodica/piano/clavinet/organ/synthesiser/electric piano/percussion/producer/arranger); Victor Rice (bass/melodica/percussion); Ivan 'Ive 09' Katz (drums/percussion); Jeremy Mage (piano/electric piano/glockenspiel); Jenny Hill (saxophone/flute); Buford O'Sullivan (trombone); Junior Jazz (guitar/vocals); Tamar-Kali, Menny More, Daddy Lion Chandell (vocals); Renard Shy 'Ras I-Ray' (bass); Pam Fleming (trumpet/flugelhorn); Victor Axelrod aka Ticklah (organ/clavinet); Eddie Ocampo (drums/percussion); Wayne Wiggum (guitar/percussion); Zeno Pittarelli (cello)

album: RadiodrMixing It

20060825Ewawoowa: Origins and Theory of the Tape Cut-up (2.00)

Ewawoowa is Mixing It listener Andrew Watson of Streatham, South London. This track comes from a 4-track home-recorded demo that he sent into the programme. It features cut-up samples of the voice of maverick American writer (and exponent of his own cut-up style) William Burroughs.

Not commercially available

http://www.ewawoowa.com/

Pajo: Wrong Turn (4.00)

This comes from the new album by the multi-instrumentalist whose CV includes stints with Slint, Tortoise and Zwan, and who has also recorded as Papa M and Aerial M.

album: 1968

Drag City DC315CD

http://www.davidpajo.com/

http://www.descendo.com/

http://www.dragcity.com/

The Elysian Quartet: String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second movement; String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second and third movement, remixed by Max De Wardener (7.24)

The Elysian Quartet formed in 1999 at Trinity College of Music and features Emma Smith, Jenny May Logan (violins), Vince Sipprell (viola) and Laura Moody (cello). Here they are playing a composition by the DJ and producer Gabriel Prokofiev (grandson of composer Sergei Prokofiev).

album: Gabriel Prokofiev String Quartet no.1

Nonclassical NONCLSSV001

http://www.elysianquartet.com/

http://www.nonclassical.co.uk/

A Hawk and a Hacksaw: Salt Water; There is a River in Galisteo (4.06)

A Hawk and a Hacksaw is Jeremy Barnes (drums/accordion) and Heather Trost (violin). They recorded this album in the remote Romanian village of Zece Prajini with the Balkan group Fanfare Ciocarlia (they won the Radio 3 Award for World Music Europe section this year). The collaboration came about through Heather's interest in Eastern European music. They finished the album back in the US with the help of trumpeter Zach Condon.

album: The Way the Wind Blows

The Leaf Label BAY 51CD

http://www.ahawkandahacksaw.co.uk/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.posteverything.com/leaf

Click here for more on Fanfare Ciocarlia

Badawi: I Said Oblivion (4.40)

On this new album, the multi-instrumentalist Raz Mesinai has been joined by an impressive list of guest players: Eyvind Kang and Mark Feldman (violins), Marc Ribot (guitar), Jane Scarpanton (cello), Marcus Rojas (tuba) and Shahzad Ismaily (bass).

album: Safe

Asphodel ASP 2030

http://www.razmesinai.com/

http://www.asphodel.com/

Susanna and the Magical Orchestra: Condition of the Heart (4.44)

Susanna Karolina Wallumrød (vocals) and Morten Qvenild (piano/cembalo/autoharp/vibraphone/church organ/keyboards) appeared some time ago on Mixing It interpreting the Dolly Parton song Jolene. They're back with an album of cover versions, including toned-down rockers by the likes of AC/DC and Kiss. This is a Prince song.

album: Melody Mountain

Rune Grammofon RCD2057

http://www.runegrammofon.com/

http://www.susannamagical.com/

Click here to read an interview with this artist

Calika: The Bright Spot (5.40)

Calika is the Brighton-based musician Simon Kealoha. This album is part of a series called the 'Mineral Series' and put out by Scottish electronic label Benbecula. The idea is to release an album a month, so that the music can be heard more quickly.

album: The Bright Spot

Benbecula Records Minerals Series BEN518

http://calika.or-this.com/

http://www.benbecula.com/

Easy Star All*Stars: Fitter Happier (2.19)

This is the follow-up to Easy Star All*Stars reggae interpretation of Dark Side of the Moon entitled Dub Side of the Moon. Now they have given the same treatment to Radiohead's 1997 classic OK Computer.

Vocals by Menny More; Easy Star All*Stars are Michael Goldwasser (guitar/melodica/piano/clavinet/organ/synthesiser/electric piano/percussion/producer/arranger); Victor Rice (bass/melodica/percussion); Ivan 'Ive 09' Katz (drums/percussion); Jeremy Mage (piano/electric piano/glockenspiel); Jenny Hill (saxophone/flute); Buford O'Sullivan (trombone); Junior Jazz (guitar/vocals); Tamar-Kali, Menny More, Daddy Lion Chandell (vocals); Renard Shy 'Ras I-Ray' (bass); Pam Fleming (trumpet/flugelhorn); Victor Axelrod aka Ticklah (organ/clavinet); Eddie Ocampo (drums/percussion); Wayne Wiggum (guitar/percussion); Zeno Pittarelli (cello)

album: Radiodread

Easy Star ES-1014

http://www.easystar.com/

Radiohead: Skttrbrain (Four Tet Remix) (4.25)

This comes from a new double album showcasing the remix talents of Kieran Hebden. This version of the Radiohead song originally appeared on Radiohead's 2+2=5 CD single.

album: FourTet Remixes

Domino WIGCD180

http://www.fourtet.net/

http://www.dominorecordco.com/

Formication: Rise of the Native (6.47)

Formication are Kingsley Ravenscroft and Alec Bowman from Newark in Nottinghamshire.

This track 'embraces the art of chaos and the migraine'.

album: Redux

Harmful Records 003CDR

http://www.theformicarium.com/

http://www.myspace.com/formication

Department of Eagles: Sailing by Night remixed by Tunng (3.38)

Department of Eagles is the Brooklyn duo of Daniel Rossen (vocals/guitars) and Fred Nicolaus (beats/samples). This track originally appeared on last year's acclaimed album The Cold Nose. Here it has been given the remix treatment by London's electronic folk collective Tunng.

B-side to Romo Goth/Sailing by Night CD single

Melodic MELO 038CD

http://www.departmentofeagles.com/

http://www.tunng.co.uk/

http://www.melodic.co.uk/.

20060825Ewawoowa: Origins and Theory of the Tape Cut-up (2.00)

Ewawoowa is Mixing It listener Andrew Watson of Streatham, South London. This track comes from a 4-track home-recorded demo that he sent into the programme. It features cut-up samples of the voice of maverick American writer (and exponent of his own cut-up style) William Burroughs.

Not commercially available

http://www.ewawoowa.com/

Pajo: Wrong Turn (4.00)

This comes from the new album by the multi-instrumentalist whose CV includes stints with Slint, Tortoise and Zwan, and who has also recorded as Papa M and Aerial M.

album: 1968

Drag City DC315CD

http://www.davidpajo.com/

http://www.descendo.com/

http://www.dragcity.com/

The Elysian Quartet: String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second movement; String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second & third movement, remixed by Max De Wardener (7.24)

The Elysian Quartet formed in 1999 at Trinity College of Music and features Emma Smith, Jenny May Logan (violins), Vince Sipprell (viola) and Laura Moody (cello). Here they are playing a composition by the DJ and producer Gabriel Prokofiev (grandson of composer Sergei Prokofiev).

album: Gabriel Prokofiev String Quartet no.1

Nonclassical NONCLSSV001

http://www.elysianquartet.com/

http://www.nonclassical.co.uk/

A Hawk and a Hacksaw: Salt Water; There is a River in Galisteo (4.06)

A Hawk and a Hacksaw is Jeremy Barnes (drums/accordion) and Heather Trost (violin). They recorded this album in the remote Romanian village of Zece Prajini with the Balkan group Fanfare Ciocarlia (they won the Radio 3 Award for World Music Europe section this year). The collaboration came about through Heather's interest in Eastern European music. They finished the album back in the US with the help of trumpeter Zach Condon.

album: The Way the Wind Blows

The Leaf Label BAY 51CD

http://www.ahawkandahacksaw.co.uk/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.posteverything.com/leaf

Click here for more on Fanfare Ciocarlia

Badawi: I Said Oblivion (4.40)

On this new album, the multi-instrumentalist Raz Mesinai has been joined by an impressive list of guest players: Eyvind Kang and Mark Feldman (violins), Marc Ribot (guitar), Jane Scarpanton (cello), Marcus Rojas (tuba) and Shahzad Ismaily (bass).

album: Safe

Asphodel ASP 2030

http://www.razmesinai.com/

http://www.asphodel.com/

Susanna and the Magical Orchestra: Condition of the Heart (4.44)

Susanna Karolina Wallumrød (vocals) and Morten Qvenild (piano/cembalo/autoharp/vibraphone/church organ/keyboards) appeared some time ago on Mixing It interpreting the Dolly Parton song Jolene. They're back with an album of cover versions, including toned-down rockers by the likes of AC/DC and Kiss. This is a Prince song.

album: Melody Mountain

Rune Grammofon RCD2057

http://www.runegrammofon.com/

http://www.susannamagical.com/

Click here to read an interview with this artist

Calika: The Bright Spot (5.40)

Calika is the Brighton-based musician Simon Kealoha. This album is part of a series called the 'Mineral Series' and put out by Scottish electronic label Benbecula. The idea is to release an album a month, so that the music can be heard more quickly.

album: The Bright Spot

Benbecula Records Minerals Series BEN518

http://calika.or-this.com/

http://www.benbecula.com/

Easy Star All*Stars: Fitter Happier (2.19)

This is the follow-up to Easy Star All*Stars reggae interpretation of Dark Side of the Moon entitled Dub Side of the Moon. Now they have given the same treatment to Radiohead's 1997 classic OK Computer.

Vocals by Menny More; Easy Star All*Stars are Michael Goldwasser (guitar/melodica/piano/clavinet/organ/synthesiser/electric piano/percussion/producer/arranger); Victor Rice (bass/melodica/percussion); Ivan 'Ive 09' Katz (drums/percussion); Jeremy Mage (piano/electric piano/glockenspiel); Jenny Hill (saxophone/flute); Buford O'Sullivan (trombone); Junior Jazz (guitar/vocals); Tamar-Kali, Menny More, Daddy Lion Chandell (vocals); Renard Shy 'Ras I-Ray' (bass); Pam Fleming (trumpet/flugelhorn); Victor Axelrod aka Ticklah (organ/clavinet); Eddie Ocampo (drums/percussion); Wayne Wiggum (guitar/percussion); Zeno Pittarelli (cello)

album: Radiodread

Easy Star ES-1014

http://www.easystar.com/

Radiohead: Skttrbrain (Four Tet Remix) (4.25)

This comes from a new double album showcasing the remix talents of Kieran Hebden. This version of the Radiohead song originally appeared on Radiohead's 2+2=5 CD single.

album: FourTet Remixes

Domino WIGCD180

http://www.fourtet.net/

http://www.dominorecordco.com/

Formication: Rise of the Native (6.47)

Formication are Kingsley Ravenscroft and Alec Bowman from Newark in Nottinghamshire.

This track 'embraces the art of chaos and the migraine'.

album: Redux

Harmful Records 003CDR

http://www.theformicarium.com/

http://www.myspace.com/formication

Department of Eagles: Sailing by Night remixed by Tunng (3.38)

Department of Eagles is the Brooklyn duo of Daniel Rossen (vocals/guitars) and Fred Nicolaus (beats/samples). This track originally appeared on last year's acclaimed album The Cold Nose. Here it has been given the remix treatment by London's electronic folk collective Tunng.

B-side to Romo Goth/Sailing by Night CD single

Melodic MELO 038CD

http://www.departmentofeagles.com/

http://www.tunng.co.uk/

http://www.melodic.co.uk/.

20060825Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Ewawoowa: Origins and Theory of the Tape Cut-up (2.00)

Ewawoowa is Mixing It listener Andrew Watson of Streatham, South London. This track comes from a 4-track home-recorded demo that he sent into the programme. It features cut-up samples of the voice of maverick American writer (and exponent of his own cut-up style) William Burroughs.

Not commercially available

http://www.ewawoowa.com/

Pajo: Wrong Turn (4.00)

This comes from the new album by the multi-instrumentalist whose CV includes stints with Slint, Tortoise and Zwan, and who has also recorded as Papa M and Aerial M.

album: 1968

Drag City DC315CD

http://www.davidpajo.com/

http://www.descendo.com/

http://www.dragcity.com/

The Elysian Quartet: String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second movement; String Quartet no.1 (Gabriel Prokofiev) - second and third movement, remixed by Max De Wardener (7.24)

The Elysian Quartet formed in 1999 at Trinity College of Music and features Emma Smith, Jenny May Logan (violins), Vince Sipprell (viola) and Laura Moody (cello). Here they are playing a composition by the DJ and producer Gabriel Prokofiev (grandson of composer Sergei Prokofiev).

album: Gabriel Prokofiev String Quartet no.1

Nonclassical NONCLSSV001

http://www.elysianquartet.com/

http://www.nonclassical.co.uk/

A Hawk and a Hacksaw: Salt Water; There is a River in Galisteo (4.06)

A Hawk and a Hacksaw is Jeremy Barnes (drums/accordion) and Heather Trost (violin). They recorded this album in the remote Romanian village of Zece Prajini with the Balkan group Fanfare Ciocarlia (they won the Radio 3 Award for World Music Europe section this year). The collaboration came about through Heather's interest in Eastern European music. They finished the album back in the US with the help of trumpeter Zach Condon.

album: The Way the Wind Blows

The Leaf Label BAY 51CD

http://www.ahawkandahacksaw.co.uk/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.posteverything.com/leaf

Click here for more on Fanfare Ciocarlia

Badawi: I Said Oblivion (4.40)

On this new album, the multi-instrumentalist Raz Mesinai has been joined by an impressive list of guest players: Eyvind Kang and Mark Feldman (violins), Marc Ribot (guitar), Jane Scarpanton (cello), Marcus Rojas (tuba) and Shahzad Ismaily (bass).

album: Safe

Asphodel ASP 2030

http://www.razmesinai.com/

http://www.asphodel.com/

Susanna and the Magical Orchestra: Condition of the Heart (4.44)

Susanna Karolina Wallumrød (vocals) and Morten Qvenild (piano/cembalo/autoharp/vibraphone/church organ/keyboards) appeared some time ago on Mixing It interpreting the Dolly Parton song Jolene. They're back with an album of cover versions, including toned-down rockers by the likes of AC/DC and Kiss. This is a Prince song.

album: Melody Mountain

Rune Grammofon RCD2057

http://www.runegrammofon.com/

http://www.susannamagical.com/

Click here to read an interview with this artist

Calika: The Bright Spot (5.40)

Calika is the Brighton-based musician Simon Kealoha. This album is part of a series called the 'Mineral Series' and put out by Scottish electronic label Benbecula. The idea is to release an album a month, so that the music can be heard more quickly.

album: The Bright Spot

Benbecula Records Minerals Series BEN518

http://calika.or-this.com/

http://www.benbecula.com/

Easy Star All*Stars: Fitter Happier (2.19)

This is the follow-up to Easy Star All*Stars reggae interpretation of Dark Side of the Moon entitled Dub Side of the Moon. Now they have given the same treatment to Radiohead's 1997 classic OK Computer.

Vocals by Menny More; Easy Star All*Stars are Michael Goldwasser (guitar/melodica/piano/clavinet/organ/synthesiser/electric piano/percussion/producer/arranger); Victor Rice (bass/melodica/percussion); Ivan 'Ive 09' Katz (drums/percussion); Jeremy Mage (piano/electric piano/glockenspiel); Jenny Hill (saxophone/flute); Buford O'Sullivan (trombone); Junior Jazz (guitar/vocals); Tamar-Kali, Menny More, Daddy Lion Chandell (vocals); Renard Shy 'Ras I-Ray' (bass); Pam Fleming (trumpet/flugelhorn); Victor Axelrod aka Ticklah (organ/clavinet); Eddie Ocampo (drums/percussion); Wayne Wiggum (guitar/percussion); Zeno Pittarelli (cello)

album: Radiodread

Easy Star ES-1014

http://www.easystar.com/

Radiohead: Skttrbrain (Four Tet Remix) (4.25)

This comes from a new double album showcasing the remix talents of Kieran Hebden. This version of the Radiohead song originally appeared on Radiohead's 2+2=5 CD single.

album: FourTet Remixes

Domino WIGCD180

http://www.fourtet.net/

http://www.dominorecordco.com/

Formication: Rise of the Native (6.47)

Formication are Kingsley Ravenscroft and Alec Bowman from Newark in Nottinghamshire.

This track 'embraces the art of chaos and the migraine'.

album: Redux

Harmful Records 003CDR

http://www.theformicarium.com/

http://www.myspace.com/formication

Department of Eagles: Sailing by Night remixed by Tunng (3.38)

Department of Eagles is the Brooklyn duo of Daniel Rossen (vocals/guitars) and Fred Nicolaus (beats/samples). This track originally appeared on last year's acclaimed album The Cold Nose. Here it has been given the remix treatment by London's electronic folk collective Tunng.

B-side to Romo Goth/Sailing by Night CD single

Melodic MELO 038CD

http://www.departmentofeagles.com/

http://www.tunng.co.uk/

http://www.melodic.co.uk/.

20060825Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060901"Bryan Ferry with Antony : Lowlands Low (2.35)

This track comes from a project overseen by producer Hal Willner, and executive produced by Johnny Depp and Gore Verbinski (who collaborated on the Pirates of the Caribbean films).

It consists of 43 specially recorded tracks featuring likely and unlikely performers.

This is a version of a classic 'Halyard Chantey' once popular in the West Indies, and referring to the Netherlands.

Bryan Ferry (vocals); Antony (vocals); Kate St.

John (oboe/musical director); Warren Ellis (violin/musical director); Peter Stanley (banjo); Rory McFarlane (bass); Andy Newmark (drums); Martyn Barker (percussion)

Recorded at Sanctuary/Townhouse Studios, London

album: Rogue's Gallery - Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys

Anti 6817-2

http://www.anti.com/

Mouse on Mars: Chartnok (4.02)

Mouse on Mars is the duo of Andi Toma and Jan St Werner from Düsseldorf in Germany.

This is their first release on Mike Patton's Ipecac record label.

Recorded St Martin Ton Studio, Düsseldorf

album: Varcharz

Ipecac Recordings IPC 79

http://www.mouseonmars.com/

http://www.sonig.com/

http://www.ipecac.com/

Mister Who: Oceans (3.32)

This track by the 29 year-old MC is about walking from Streatham in South London to Brixton Station, and the cacophony of street sounds to be heard en route.

CD single

Dual Amp/Grinnin' Records

http://www.dualamp.com/

http://www.myspace.com/misterwho1

Steve Reich: Proverb (Alex Smoke Remix) (10.03)

American icon of minimalism Steve Reich is 70 years old this year.

There are many events taking place around the world to celebrate this, including a series at the Barbican Centre in London.

Nonesuch Records are also releasing a 5 CD retrospective of his work, and an extra CD of remixes, which includes this one by Glasgow based producer and DJ Alex Smoke.

album: Reich: Remixed 2006

Nonesuch NS006T

Proverb originally appeared on the 1996 Steve Reich album Proverb/Nagoya Marimbas/City Life (Nonesuch 7559 79430 2)

http://www.stevereich.com/

http://www.nonesuch.com/

Click here for details of the Steve Reich season at the Barbican

Nina Nastasia: Jim's Room (2.32)

This comes from Nina Nastasia's new album, described by the artist herself as 'more sad than mad', and elsewhere as 'a praxis of minimalism'.

It's engineered by Steve Albini.

album: On Leaving

FatCat FATCD47

http://www.fat-cat.co.uk/

S**tmat remixed by the notorious c.h.a.v.: Ketamine Cauliflower (Broccolli dub mix) (3.49)

Henry Collinz, aka S**tmat, was working on a new album when his laptop's hard drive gave up.

He passed on what he had already recorded to his label, and they passed it on to a bunch of remixers to finish.

This is what Club Quiet founder Dan Powell, formerly with OMSK , came up with.

album: The Hardrive Cessation Termination

Spirit of Gravity SOG006, Tr.6

http://www.spiritofgravity.com/

Nitwood: Wardsness (5.57)

Nitwood is a London 3-piece consisting of former Higsons member Simon Charterton (drums/percussion/lead vocal) with Richard Duguid (keyboards) and Colin Young (bass).

They are joined on this track by Terry Edwards (normally noted for his trumpet/sax playing) on guitar.

album: Nitwood

Sartorial FIT 016

http://www.terryedwards.co.uk/

http://www.nitwood.co.uk/

Bridges: N倀r et st倀r her p倀 dei høge nutar (3.58)

This was recorded 4 June 2005 in Guiyang , and came about from a project instigated by the Norwegian Concert Institute.

In the winter of 2003-2004 they sent Norwegian folk singer Unni Løvlid on a tour to the Guizhou Province in China where she worked with the Dong people.

Four of the musicians she met there visited Norway in exchange, and in 2005 Unni returned to Ghuizhou to play a series of concerts, which led to the recording of this album.

Wu Chuan Ping, Lu Yingmei, Pan Xin Zhi, Unni Løvlid (vocals); Wu Anhua Dongliang (vocal/dong pipe/ox-bone fiddle/dong flute/lusheng); Frode Haltli (accordion); Terje Isungset (percussion)

album: Bridges - Live in China

Heilo HCD 7201

http://www.grappa.no/

http://www.unni.no/

Roedelius: Regenmacher (6.21)

As well as being widely considered one of the founders of contemporary electronic music, Hans Joachim Roedelius was a member of the Krautrock band Cluster, and has worked with many of the Krautrock legends, including Holger Czukay and Connie Plank.

He has also released many solo recordings which form the basis of this new compilation covering 5 decades of activity.

Roedelius (percussion/bass/keyboards); Connie Plank (synthesiser/percussion); Moebius (synthesiser melody)

album: Roedelius Works 1968-2005 (sampler)

Gr怀nland Records CDGRON39

http://www.roedelius.com/

http://www.gronland.co.uk/

Serafina Steer: Peach Heart (4.01)

Serafina Steer is a harpist and vocalist who was recommended to Mixing It by a listener in Switzerland.

We tracked her down and she sent us the 5-track demo from which this track, co-produced by Mike Lindsay of Tunng, is taken.

It will be appearing later this year on Serafina's debut album on the Static Caravan label.

She describes it as 'a gruesome fairy tale'.

http://www.staticcaravan.org/."

20060901"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Bryan Ferry with Antony : Lowlands Low (2.35)

This track comes from a project overseen by producer Hal Willner, and executive produced by Johnny Depp and Gore Verbinski (who collaborated on the Pirates of the Caribbean films).

It consists of 43 specially recorded tracks featuring likely and unlikely performers.

This is a version of a classic 'Halyard Chantey' once popular in the West Indies, and referring to the Netherlands.

Bryan Ferry (vocals); Antony (vocals); Kate St.

John (oboe/musical director); Warren Ellis (violin/musical director); Peter Stanley (banjo); Rory McFarlane (bass); Andy Newmark (drums); Martyn Barker (percussion)

Recorded at Sanctuary/Townhouse Studios, London

album: Rogue's Gallery - Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and Chanteys

Anti 6817-2

http://www.anti.com/

Mouse on Mars: Chartnok (4.02)

Mouse on Mars is the duo of Andi Toma and Jan St Werner from Düsseldorf in Germany.

This is their first release on Mike Patton's Ipecac record label.

Recorded St Martin Ton Studio, Düsseldorf

album: Varcharz

Ipecac Recordings IPC 79

http://www.mouseonmars.com/

http://www.sonig.com/

http://www.ipecac.com/

Mister Who: Oceans (3.32)

This track by the 29 year-old MC is about walking from Streatham in South London to Brixton Station, and the cacophony of street sounds to be heard en route.

CD single

Dual Amp/Grinnin' Records

http://www.dualamp.com/

http://www.myspace.com/misterwho1

Steve Reich: Proverb (Alex Smoke Remix) (10.03)

American icon of minimalism Steve Reich is 70 years old this year.

There are many events taking place around the world to celebrate this, including a series at the Barbican Centre in London.

Nonesuch Records are also releasing a 5 CD retrospective of his work, and an extra CD of remixes, which includes this one by Glasgow based producer and DJ Alex Smoke.

album: Reich: Remixed 2006

Nonesuch NS006T

Proverb originally appeared on the 1996 Steve Reich album Proverb/Nagoya Marimbas/City Life (Nonesuch 7559 79430 2)

http://www.stevereich.com/

http://www.nonesuch.com/

Click here for details of the Steve Reich season at the Barbican

Nina Nastasia: Jim's Room (2.32)

This comes from Nina Nastasia's new album, described by the artist herself as 'more sad than mad', and elsewhere as 'a praxis of minimalism'.

It's engineered by Steve Albini.

album: On Leaving

FatCat FATCD47

http://www.fat-cat.co.uk/

S**tmat remixed by the notorious c.h.a.v.: Ketamine Cauliflower (Broccolli dub mix) (3.49)

Henry Collinz, aka S**tmat, was working on a new album when his laptop's hard drive gave up.

He passed on what he had already recorded to his label, and they passed it on to a bunch of remixers to finish.

This is what Club Quiet founder Dan Powell, formerly with OMSK , came up with.

album: The Hardrive Cessation Termination

Spirit of Gravity SOG006, Tr.6

http://www.spiritofgravity.com/

Nitwood: Wardsness (5.57)

Nitwood is a London 3-piece consisting of former Higsons member Simon Charterton (drums/percussion/lead vocal) with Richard Duguid (keyboards) and Colin Young (bass).

They are joined on this track by Terry Edwards (normally noted for his trumpet/sax playing) on guitar.

album: Nitwood

Sartorial FIT 016

http://www.terryedwards.co.uk/

http://www.nitwood.co.uk/

Bridges: N倀r et st倀r her p倀 dei høge nutar (3.58)

This was recorded 4 June 2005 in Guiyang , and came about from a project instigated by the Norwegian Concert Institute.

In the winter of 2003-2004 they sent Norwegian folk singer Unni Løvlid on a tour to the Guizhou Province in China where she worked with the Dong people.

Four of the musicians she met there visited Norway in exchange, and in 2005 Unni returned to Ghuizhou to play a series of concerts, which led to the recording of this album.

Wu Chuan Ping, Lu Yingmei, Pan Xin Zhi, Unni Løvlid (vocals); Wu Anhua Dongliang (vocal/dong pipe/ox-bone fiddle/dong flute/lusheng); Frode Haltli (accordion); Terje Isungset (percussion)

album: Bridges - Live in China

Heilo HCD 7201

http://www.grappa.no/

http://www.unni.no/

Roedelius: Regenmacher (6.21)

As well as being widely considered one of the founders of contemporary electronic music, Hans Joachim Roedelius was a member of the Krautrock band Cluster, and has worked with many of the Krautrock legends, including Holger Czukay and Connie Plank.

He has also released many solo recordings which form the basis of this new compilation covering 5 decades of activity.

Roedelius (percussion/bass/keyboards); Connie Plank (synthesiser/percussion); Moebius (synthesiser melody)

album: Roedelius Works 1968-2005 (sampler)

Gr怀nland Records CDGRON39

http://www.roedelius.com/

http://www.gronland.co.uk/

Serafina Steer: Peach Heart (4.01)

Serafina Steer is a harpist and vocalist who was recommended to Mixing It by a listener in Switzerland.

We tracked her down and she sent us the 5-track demo from which this track, co-produced by Mike Lindsay of Tunng, is taken.

It will be appearing later this year on Serafina's debut album on the Static Caravan label.

She describes it as 'a gruesome fairy tale'.

http://www.staticcaravan.org/."

20060901"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Bryan Ferry with Antony : Lowlands Low (2.35)

This track comes from a project overseen by producer Hal Willner, and executive produced by Johnny Depp and Gore Verbinski (who collaborated on the Pirates of the Caribbean films).

It consists of 43 specially recorded tracks featuring likely and unlikely performers.

This is a version of a classic 'Halyard Chantey' once popular in the West Indies, and referring to the Netherlands.

Bryan Ferry (vocals); Antony (vocals); Kate St.

John (oboe/musical director); Warren Ellis (violin/musical director); Peter Stanley (banjo); Rory McFarlane (bass); Andy Newmark (drums); Martyn Barker (percussion)

Recorded at Sanctuary/Townhouse Studios, London

album: Rogue's Gallery - Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and Chanteys

Anti 6817-2

http://www.anti.com/

Mouse on Mars: Chartnok (4.02)

Mouse on Mars is the duo of Andi Toma and Jan St Werner from Düsseldorf in Germany.

This is their first release on Mike Patton's Ipecac record label.

Recorded St Martin Ton Studio, Düsseldorf

album: Varcharz

Ipecac Recordings IPC 79

http://www.mouseonmars.com/

http://www.sonig.com/

http://www.ipecac.com/

Mister Who: Oceans (3.32)

This track by the 29 year-old MC is about walking from Streatham in South London to Brixton Station, and the cacophony of street sounds to be heard en route.

CD single

Dual Amp/Grinnin' Records

http://www.dualamp.com/

http://www.myspace.com/misterwho1

Steve Reich: Proverb (Alex Smoke Remix) (10.03)

American icon of minimalism Steve Reich is 70 years old this year.

There are many events taking place around the world to celebrate this, including a series at the Barbican Centre in London.

Nonesuch Records are also releasing a 5 CD retrospective of his work, and an extra CD of remixes, which includes this one by Glasgow based producer and DJ Alex Smoke.

album: Reich: Remixed 2006

Nonesuch NS006T

Proverb originally appeared on the 1996 Steve Reich album Proverb/Nagoya Marimbas/City Life (Nonesuch 7559 79430 2)

http://www.stevereich.com/

http://www.nonesuch.com/

Click here for details of the Steve Reich season at the Barbican

Nina Nastasia: Jim's Room (2.32)

This comes from Nina Nastasia's new album, described by the artist herself as 'more sad than mad', and elsewhere as 'a praxis of minimalism'.

It's engineered by Steve Albini.

album: On Leaving

FatCat FATCD47

http://www.fat-cat.co.uk/

S**tmat remixed by the notorious c.h.a.v.: Ketamine Cauliflower (Broccolli dub mix) (3.49)

Henry Collinz, aka S**tmat, was working on a new album when his laptop's hard drive gave up.

He passed on what he had already recorded to his label, and they passed it on to a bunch of remixers to finish.

This is what Club Quiet founder Dan Powell, formerly with OMSK , came up with.

album: The Hardrive Cessation Termination

Spirit of Gravity SOG006, Tr.6

http://www.spiritofgravity.com/

Nitwood: Wardsness (5.57)

Nitwood is a London 3-piece consisting of former Higsons member Simon Charterton (drums/percussion/lead vocal) with Richard Duguid (keyboards) and Colin Young (bass).

They are joined on this track by Terry Edwards (normally noted for his trumpet/sax playing) on guitar.

album: Nitwood

Sartorial FIT 016

http://www.terryedwards.co.uk/

http://www.nitwood.co.uk/

Bridges: N倀r et st倀r her p倀 dei høge nutar (3.58)

This was recorded 4 June 2005 in Guiyang , and came about from a project instigated by the Norwegian Concert Institute.

In the winter of 2003-2004 they sent Norwegian folk singer Unni Løvlid on a tour to the Guizhou Province in China where she worked with the Dong people.

Four of the musicians she met there visited Norway in exchange, and in 2005 Unni returned to Ghuizhou to play a series of concerts, which led to the recording of this album.

Wu Chuan Ping, Lu Yingmei, Pan Xin Zhi, Unni Løvlid (vocals); Wu Anhua Dongliang (vocal/dong pipe/ox-bone fiddle/dong flute/lusheng); Frode Haltli (accordion); Terje Isungset (percussion)

album: Bridges - Live in China

Heilo HCD 7201

http://www.grappa.no/

http://www.unni.no/

Roedelius: Regenmacher (6.21)

As well as being widely considered one of the founders of contemporary electronic music, Hans Joachim Roedelius was a member of the Krautrock band Cluster, and has worked with many of the Krautrock legends, including Holger Czukay and Connie Plank.

He has also released many solo recordings which form the basis of this new compilation covering 5 decades of activity.

Roedelius (percussion/bass/keyboards); Connie Plank (synthesiser/percussion); Moebius (synthesiser melody)

album: Roedelius Works 1968-2005 (sampler)

Gr怀nland Records CDGRON39

http://www.roedelius.com/

http://www.gronland.co.uk/

Serafina Steer: Peach Heart (4.01)

Serafina Steer is a harpist and vocalist who was recommended to Mixing It by a listener in Switzerland.

We tracked her down and she sent us the 5-track demo from which this track, co-produced by Mike Lindsay of Tunng, is taken.

It will be appearing later this year on Serafina's debut album on the Static Caravan label.

She describes it as 'a gruesome fairy tale'.

http://www.staticcaravan.org/.

album: Rogue's Gallery - Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys

http://www.staticcaravan.org/."

20060901Bryan Ferry with Antony : Lowlands Low (2.35)

This track comes from a project overseen by producer Hal Willner, and executive produced by Johnny Depp and Gore Verbinski (who collaborated on the Pirates of the Caribbean films).

It consists of 43 specially recorded tracks featuring likely and unlikely performers.

This is a version of a classic 'Halyard Chantey' once popular in the West Indies, and referring to the Netherlands.

Bryan Ferry (vocals); Antony (vocals); Kate St.

John (oboe/musical director); Warren Ellis (violin/musical director); Peter Stanley (banjo); Rory McFarlane (bass); Andy Newmark (drums); Martyn Barker (percussion)

Recorded at Sanctuary/Townhouse Studios, London

album: Rogue's Gallery - Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys

Anti 6817-2

http://www.anti.com/

Mouse on Mars: Chartnok (4.02)

Mouse on Mars is the duo of Andi Toma and Jan St Werner from Düsseldorf in Germany.

This is their first release on Mike Patton's Ipecac record label.

Recorded St Martin Ton Studio, Düsseldorf

album: Varcharz

Ipecac Recordings IPC 79

http://www.mouseonmars.com/

http://www.sonig.com/

http://www.ipecac.com/

Mister Who: Oceans (3.32)

This track by the 29 year-old MC is about walking from Streatham in South London to Brixton Station, and the cacophony of street sounds to be heard en route.

CD single

Dual Amp/Grinnin' Records

http://www.dualamp.com/

http://www.myspace.com/misterwho1

Steve Reich: Proverb (Alex Smoke Remix) (10.03)

American icon of minimalism Steve Reich is 70 years old this year.

There are many events taking place around the world to celebrate this, including a series at the Barbican Centre in London.

Nonesuch Records are also releasing a 5 CD retrospective of his work, and an extra CD of remixes, which includes this one by Glasgow based producer and DJ Alex Smoke.

album: Reich: Remixed 2006

Nonesuch NS006T

Proverb originally appeared on the 1996 Steve Reich album Proverb/Nagoya Marimbas/City Life (Nonesuch 7559 79430 2)

http://www.stevereich.com/

http://www.nonesuch.com/

Click here for details of the Steve Reich season at the Barbican

Nina Nastasia: Jim's Room (2.32)

This comes from Nina Nastasia's new album, described by the artist herself as 'more sad than mad', and elsewhere as 'a praxis of minimalism'.

It's engineered by Steve Albini.

album: On Leaving

FatCat FATCD47

http://www.fat-cat.co.uk/

S**tmat remixed by the notorious c.h.a.v.: Ketamine Cauliflower (Broccolli dub mix) (3.49)

Henry Collinz, aka S**tmat, was working on a new album when his laptop's hard drive gave up.

He passed on what he had already recorded to his label, and they passed it on to a bunch of remixers to finish.

This is what Club Quiet founder Dan Powell, formerly with OMSK , came up with.

album: The Hardrive Cessation Termination

Spirit of Gravity SOG006, Tr.6

http://www.spiritofgravity.com/

Nitwood: Wardsness (5.57)

Nitwood is a London 3-piece consisting of former Higsons member Simon Charterton (drums/percussion/lead vocal) with Richard Duguid (keyboards) and Colin Young (bass).

They are joined on this track by Terry Edwards (normally noted for his trumpet/sax playing) on guitar.

album: Nitwood

Sartorial FIT 016

http://www.terryedwards.co.uk/

http://www.nitwood.co.uk/

Bridges: N倀r et st倀r her p倀 dei høge nutar (3.58)

This was recorded 4 June 2005 in Guiyang , and came about from a project instigated by the Norwegian Concert Institute.

In the winter of 2003-2004 they sent Norwegian folk singer Unni Løvlid on a tour to the Guizhou Province in China where she worked with the Dong people.

Four of the musicians she met there visited Norway in exchange, and in 2005 Unni returned to Ghuizhou to play a series of concerts, which led to the recording of this album.

Wu Chuan Ping, Lu Yingmei, Pan Xin Zhi, Unni Løvlid (vocals); Wu Anhua Dongliang (vocal/dong pipe/ox-bone fiddle/dong flute/lusheng); Frode Haltli (accordion); Terje Isungset (percussion)

album: Bridges - Live in China

Heilo HCD 7201

http://www.grappa.no/

http://www.unni.no/

Roedelius: Regenmacher (6.21)

As well as being widely considered one of the founders of contemporary electronic music, Hans Joachim Roedelius was a member of the Krautrock band Cluster, and has worked with many of the Krautrock legends, including Holger Czukay and Connie Plank.

He has also released many solo recordings which form the basis of this new compilation covering 5 decades of activity.

Roedelius (percussion/bass/keyboards); Connie Plank (synthesiser/percussion); Moebius (synthesiser melody)

album: Roedelius Works 1968-2005 (sampler)

Gr怀nland Records CDGRON39

http://www.roedelius.com/

http://www.gronland.co.uk/

Serafina Steer: Peach Heart (4.01)

Serafina Steer is a harpist and vocalist who was recommended to Mixing It by a listener in Switzerland.

We tracked her down and she sent us the 5-track demo from which this track, co-produced by Mike Lindsay of Tunng, is taken.

It will be appearing later this year on Serafina's debut album on the Static Caravan label.

She describes it as 'a gruesome fairy tale'.

http://www.staticcaravan.org/.

20060901Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Bryan Ferry with Antony : Lowlands Low (2.35)

This track comes from a project overseen by producer Hal Willner, and executive produced by Johnny Depp and Gore Verbinski (who collaborated on the Pirates of the Caribbean films).

It consists of 43 specially recorded tracks featuring likely and unlikely performers.

This is a version of a classic 'Halyard Chantey' once popular in the West Indies, and referring to the Netherlands.

Bryan Ferry (vocals); Antony (vocals); Kate St.

John (oboe/musical director); Warren Ellis (violin/musical director); Peter Stanley (banjo); Rory McFarlane (bass); Andy Newmark (drums); Martyn Barker (percussion)

Recorded at Sanctuary/Townhouse Studios, London

album: Rogue's Gallery - Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and Chanteys

Anti 6817-2

http://www.anti.com/

Mouse on Mars: Chartnok (4.02)

Mouse on Mars is the duo of Andi Toma and Jan St Werner from Düsseldorf in Germany.

This is their first release on Mike Patton's Ipecac record label.

Recorded St Martin Ton Studio, Düsseldorf

album: Varcharz

Ipecac Recordings IPC 79

http://www.mouseonmars.com/

http://www.sonig.com/

http://www.ipecac.com/

Mister Who: Oceans (3.32)

This track by the 29 year-old MC is about walking from Streatham in South London to Brixton Station, and the cacophony of street sounds to be heard en route.

CD single

Dual Amp/Grinnin' Records

http://www.dualamp.com/

http://www.myspace.com/misterwho1

Steve Reich: Proverb (Alex Smoke Remix) (10.03)

American icon of minimalism Steve Reich is 70 years old this year.

There are many events taking place around the world to celebrate this, including a series at the Barbican Centre in London.

Nonesuch Records are also releasing a 5 CD retrospective of his work, and an extra CD of remixes, which includes this one by Glasgow based producer and DJ Alex Smoke.

album: Reich: Remixed 2006

Nonesuch NS006T

Proverb originally appeared on the 1996 Steve Reich album Proverb/Nagoya Marimbas/City Life (Nonesuch 7559 79430 2)

http://www.stevereich.com/

http://www.nonesuch.com/

Click here for details of the Steve Reich season at the Barbican

Nina Nastasia: Jim's Room (2.32)

This comes from Nina Nastasia's new album, described by the artist herself as 'more sad than mad', and elsewhere as 'a praxis of minimalism'.

It's engineered by Steve Albini.

album: On Leaving

FatCat FATCD47

http://www.fat-cat.co.uk/

S**tmat remixed by the notorious c.h.a.v.: Ketamine Cauliflower (Broccolli dub mix) (3.49)

Henry Collinz, aka S**tmat, was working on a new album when his laptop's hard drive gave up.

He passed on what he had already recorded to his label, and they passed it on to a bunch of remixers to finish.

This is what Club Quiet founder Dan Powell, formerly with OMSK , came up with.

album: The Hardrive Cessation Termination

Spirit of Gravity SOG006, Tr.6

http://www.spiritofgravity.com/

Nitwood: Wardsness (5.57)

Nitwood is a London 3-piece consisting of former Higsons member Simon Charterton (drums/percussion/lead vocal) with Richard Duguid (keyboards) and Colin Young (bass).

They are joined on this track by Terry Edwards (normally noted for his trumpet/sax playing) on guitar.

album: Nitwood

Sartorial FIT 016

http://www.terryedwards.co.uk/

http://www.nitwood.co.uk/

Bridges: N倀r et st倀r her p倀 dei høge nutar (3.58)

This was recorded 4 June 2005 in Guiyang , and came about from a project instigated by the Norwegian Concert Institute.

In the winter of 2003-2004 they sent Norwegian folk singer Unni Løvlid on a tour to the Guizhou Province in China where she worked with the Dong people.

Four of the musicians she met there visited Norway in exchange, and in 2005 Unni returned to Ghuizhou to play a series of concerts, which led to the recording of this album.

Wu Chuan Ping, Lu Yingmei, Pan Xin Zhi, Unni Løvlid (vocals); Wu Anhua Dongliang (vocal/dong pipe/ox-bone fiddle/dong flute/lusheng); Frode Haltli (accordion); Terje Isungset (percussion)

album: Bridges - Live in China

Heilo HCD 7201

http://www.grappa.no/

http://www.unni.no/

Roedelius: Regenmacher (6.21)

As well as being widely considered one of the founders of contemporary electronic music, Hans Joachim Roedelius was a member of the Krautrock band Cluster, and has worked with many of the Krautrock legends, including Holger Czukay and Connie Plank.

He has also released many solo recordings which form the basis of this new compilation covering 5 decades of activity.

Roedelius (percussion/bass/keyboards); Connie Plank (synthesiser/percussion); Moebius (synthesiser melody)

album: Roedelius Works 1968-2005 (sampler)

Gr怀nland Records CDGRON39

http://www.roedelius.com/

http://www.gronland.co.uk/

Serafina Steer: Peach Heart (4.01)

Serafina Steer is a harpist and vocalist who was recommended to Mixing It by a listener in Switzerland.

We tracked her down and she sent us the 5-track demo from which this track, co-produced by Mike Lindsay of Tunng, is taken.

It will be appearing later this year on Serafina's debut album on the Static Caravan label.

She describes it as 'a gruesome fairy tale'.

http://www.staticcaravan.org/.

20060901Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060908"Carl Hancock Rux: Behind the Curtain (4.10)

Carl Hancock Rux (lead & background vocals); Kwame Brandt Pierce (piano/keyboards); Jason DeMatteo (bass); Chris Eddleton (drums); Jaco van Schalkwyk (samples/noise programming)

album: Good Bread Alley

Thirsty Ear Recordings THI-57168.2

http://www.carlhancockrux.com/

http://www.thirstyear.com/

John Wall: cphon (2003-2005) (6.20)

John Wall is a British composer who specialises in creating pieces which contain thousands of tiny samples. This is an extract from a new 20 minute piece.

album: cphon

Utterpsalm CD7

http://www.utterpsalm.com/

Sergeant Buzfuz: Swallows (4.30)

Sergeant Buzfuz is based around the song writing of Joe Murphy, who aims for the missing link between British folk music and contemporary urban concerns.

Kate Arnold (hammered dulcimer/violin/vocals/percussion); Jon Clayton (cello/bass/xylophone/backing vocals/percussion); Eilish McCracken (violin/whistle/backing vocals/percussion); Joe Murphy (guitar/vocals/percussion/accordion/piano); Martin Parker (drums/singing bowl/percussion)

album: The Jewelled Carriageway

Blang Records BLANG 2

http://www.sergeantbuzfuz.com/

http://www.blang.co.uk/

London Sinfonietta: AFX237 V7. (5.30)

This collaboration between pioneering electronic record label Warp and contemporary music specialists the London Sinfonietta was first aired at the Royal Festival Hall in March 2003, and again in Brighton and Liverpool the following March. This arrangement of the Aphex Twin track from the Drukqs album was done by David Horne.

album: London Sinfonietta - Warp Works & Twentieth Century Masters

Warp Records WARPCD144

http://www.warprecords.com/

http://www.londonsinfonietta.org.uk/

http://www.davidhorne.net/

Aphex Twin: AFX237 V7. (4.20)

album: Drukqs

Warp Records WARPCD92

http://www.drukqs.net/

http://www.warprecords.com/

Click here for a review of this album

Porest: We Eat The People; Mach Mach (3.40)

Porest is the project of Mark Gergis, a cut-up specialist operating from Oakland , California. This album has been a hit on alternative radio on America 's East Coast, with its oblique overview of American foreign policy.

We Eat The People features the Benevolent Hunger Choir: Liz Allbee, Peter Conheim and Porest

album: Tourrorists!

Abduction Records ABDT 034

Abduction Records, PO Box 9611 , Seattle , WA 98109 USA

http://www.suncitygirls.com/abduction/

Wormhole: Ghost of the Possible (3.15)

Wormhole are a trio from Newcastle Upon Tyne , consisting of Bennett Hogg (violin/viola/piano), John Ferguson (guitar/percussion/noise) and Gwilly Edmondez (double bass/SU10)

Recorded at Newcastle University , 2 July 2005

album: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Kakutopia CD2

http://www.kakutopia.com/

Yo La Tengo: Mr Tough (4.00)

This is the first single to be taken from the new Yo La Tengo album I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass. Yo La Tengo are Ira Kaplan (vocals/guitar/keyboards), Georgia Hubley (drums/vocals) and James McNew (bass/vocals/drums).

CD single

Matador OLE-742-6

http://www.yolatengo.com/

http://www.matadorrecords.com/

Noxagt: Histrionix (4.05)

Hailing from Stavanger in Norway , Noxagt is the heavy metal trio of Anders Hana (baritone), Kjetil D Brandsdal (bass) and Jan Christian Lauritzen (drums).

album: Noxagt

Load Records LOAD 069

http://www.noxagt.com/

http://www.loadrecords.com/

Colleen: What is a Componium? - part 1 (6.45)

This track was recorded by Colleen in Paris , and made entirely using music boxes. Colleen is Parisienne C退cille Schott, and this is taken from a new mini album of music commissioned and originally created for the Atelier de Cr退ation Radiophonique on French radio station France Culture, 2006.

album: Colleen et les botes musique

The Leaf Label BAY 53CD

http://www.colleenplays.org/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.radiofrance.fr/chaines/france-culture2/

Leichtmetall: Au bord de la Seine (2.40)

Leichtmetall are a German band. This album's title translates as 'we are flowers'.

album: Wir Sind Blumen

Karaoke Kalk CD36

http://www.karaokekalk.de/."

20060908"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Carl Hancock Rux: Behind the Curtain (4.10)

Carl Hancock Rux (lead and background vocals); Kwame Brandt Pierce (piano/keyboards); Jason DeMatteo (bass); Chris Eddleton (drums); Jaco van Schalkwyk (samples/noise programming)

album: Good Bread Alley

Thirsty Ear Recordings THI-57168.2

http://www.carlhancockrux.com/

http://www.thirstyear.com/

John Wall: cphon (2003-2005) (6.20)

John Wall is a British composer who specialises in creating pieces which contain thousands of tiny samples. This is an extract from a new 20 minute piece.

album: cphon

Utterpsalm CD7

http://www.utterpsalm.com/

Sergeant Buzfuz: Swallows (4.30)

Sergeant Buzfuz is based around the song writing of Joe Murphy, who aims for the missing link between British folk music and contemporary urban concerns.

Kate Arnold (hammered dulcimer/violin/vocals/percussion); Jon Clayton (cello/bass/xylophone/backing vocals/percussion); Eilish McCracken (violin/whistle/backing vocals/percussion); Joe Murphy (guitar/vocals/percussion/accordion/piano); Martin Parker (drums/singing bowl/percussion)

album: The Jewelled Carriageway

Blang Records BLANG 2

http://www.sergeantbuzfuz.com/

http://www.blang.co.uk/

London Sinfonietta: AFX237 V7. (5.30)

This collaboration between pioneering electronic record label Warp and contemporary music specialists the London Sinfonietta was first aired at the Royal Festival Hall in March 2003, and again in Brighton and Liverpool the following March. This arrangement of the Aphex Twin track from the Drukqs album was done by David Horne.

album: London Sinfonietta - Warp Works and Twentieth Century Masters

Warp Records WARPCD144

http://www.warprecords.com/

http://www.londonsinfonietta.org.uk/

http://www.davidhorne.net/

Aphex Twin: AFX237 V7. (4.20)

album: Drukqs

Warp Records WARPCD92

http://www.drukqs.net/

Click here for a review of this album

Porest: We Eat The People; Mach Mach (3.40)

Porest is the project of Mark Gergis, a cut-up specialist operating from Oakland , California. This album has been a hit on alternative radio on America 's East Coast, with its oblique overview of American foreign policy.

We Eat The People features the Benevolent Hunger Choir: Liz Allbee, Peter Conheim and Porest

album: Tourrorists!

Abduction Records ABDT 034

Abduction Records, PO Box 9611 , Seattle , WA 98109 USA

http://www.suncitygirls.com/abduction/

Wormhole: Ghost of the Possible (3.15)

Wormhole are a trio from Newcastle Upon Tyne , consisting of Bennett Hogg (violin/viola/piano), John Ferguson (guitar/percussion/noise) and Gwilly Edmondez (double bass/SU10)

Recorded at Newcastle University , 2 July 2005

album: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Kakutopia CD2

http://www.kakutopia.com/

Yo La Tengo: Mr Tough (4.00)

This is the first single to be taken from the new Yo La Tengo album I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass. Yo La Tengo are Ira Kaplan (vocals/guitar/keyboards), Georgia Hubley (drums/vocals) and James McNew (bass/vocals/drums).

CD single

Matador OLE-742-6

http://www.yolatengo.com/

http://www.matadorrecords.com/

Noxagt: Histrionix (4.05)

Hailing from Stavanger in Norway , Noxagt is the heavy metal trio of Anders Hana (baritone), Kjetil D Brandsdal (bass) and Jan Christian Lauritzen (drums).

album: Noxagt

Load Records LOAD 069

http://www.noxagt.com/

http://www.loadrecords.com/

Colleen: What is a Componium? - part 1 (6.45)

This track was recorded by Colleen in Paris , and made entirely using music boxes. Colleen is Parisienne C退cille Schott, and this is taken from a new mini album of music commissioned and originally created for the Atelier de Cr退ation Radiophonique on French radio station France Culture, 2006.

album: Colleen et les botes musique

The Leaf Label BAY 53CD

http://www.colleenplays.org/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.radiofrance.fr/chaines/france-culture2/

Leichtmetall: Au bord de la Seine (2.40)

Leichtmetall are a German band. This album's title translates as 'we are flowers'.

album: Wir Sind Blumen

Karaoke Kalk CD36

http://www.karaokekalk.de/."

20060908"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Carl Hancock Rux: Behind the Curtain (4.10)

Carl Hancock Rux (lead and background vocals); Kwame Brandt Pierce (piano/keyboards); Jason DeMatteo (bass); Chris Eddleton (drums); Jaco van Schalkwyk (samples/noise programming)

album: Good Bread Alley

Thirsty Ear Recordings THI-57168.2

http://www.carlhancockrux.com/

http://www.thirstyear.com/

John Wall: cphon (2003-2005) (6.20)

John Wall is a British composer who specialises in creating pieces which contain thousands of tiny samples. This is an extract from a new 20 minute piece.

album: cphon

Utterpsalm CD7

http://www.utterpsalm.com/

Sergeant Buzfuz: Swallows (4.30)

Sergeant Buzfuz is based around the song writing of Joe Murphy, who aims for the missing link between British folk music and contemporary urban concerns.

Kate Arnold (hammered dulcimer/violin/vocals/percussion); Jon Clayton (cello/bass/xylophone/backing vocals/percussion); Eilish McCracken (violin/whistle/backing vocals/percussion); Joe Murphy (guitar/vocals/percussion/accordion/piano); Martin Parker (drums/singing bowl/percussion)

album: The Jewelled Carriageway

Blang Records BLANG 2

http://www.sergeantbuzfuz.com/

http://www.blang.co.uk/

London Sinfonietta: AFX237 V7. (5.30)

This collaboration between pioneering electronic record label Warp and contemporary music specialists the London Sinfonietta was first aired at the Royal Festival Hall in March 2003, and again in Brighton and Liverpool the following March. This arrangement of the Aphex Twin track from the Drukqs album was done by David Horne.

album: London Sinfonietta - Warp Works and Twentieth Century Masters

Warp Records WARPCD144

http://www.warprecords.com/

http://www.londonsinfonietta.org.uk/

http://www.davidhorne.net/

Aphex Twin: AFX237 V7. (4.20)

album: Drukqs

Warp Records WARPCD92

http://www.drukqs.net/

Click here for a review of this album

Porest: We Eat The People; Mach Mach (3.40)

Porest is the project of Mark Gergis, a cut-up specialist operating from Oakland , California. This album has been a hit on alternative radio on America 's East Coast, with its oblique overview of American foreign policy.

We Eat The People features the Benevolent Hunger Choir: Liz Allbee, Peter Conheim and Porest

album: Tourrorists!

Abduction Records ABDT 034

Abduction Records, PO Box 9611 , Seattle , WA 98109 USA

http://www.suncitygirls.com/abduction/

Wormhole: Ghost of the Possible (3.15)

Wormhole are a trio from Newcastle Upon Tyne , consisting of Bennett Hogg (violin/viola/piano), John Ferguson (guitar/percussion/noise) and Gwilly Edmondez (double bass/SU10)

Recorded at Newcastle University , 2 July 2005

album: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Kakutopia CD2

http://www.kakutopia.com/

Yo La Tengo: Mr Tough (4.00)

This is the first single to be taken from the new Yo La Tengo album I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass. Yo La Tengo are Ira Kaplan (vocals/guitar/keyboards), Georgia Hubley (drums/vocals) and James McNew (bass/vocals/drums).

CD single

Matador OLE-742-6

http://www.yolatengo.com/

http://www.matadorrecords.com/

Noxagt: Histrionix (4.05)

Hailing from Stavanger in Norway , Noxagt is the heavy metal trio of Anders Hana (baritone), Kjetil D Brandsdal (bass) and Jan Christian Lauritzen (drums).

album: Noxagt

Load Records LOAD 069

http://www.noxagt.com/

http://www.loadrecords.com/

Colleen: What is a Componium? - part 1 (6.45)

This track was recorded by Colleen in Paris , and made entirely using music boxes. Colleen is Parisienne C退cille Schott, and this is taken from a new mini album of music commissioned and originally created for the Atelier de Cr退ation Radiophonique on French radio station France Culture, 2006.

album: Colleen et les botes musique

The Leaf Label BAY 53CD

http://www.colleenplays.org/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.radiofrance.fr/chaines/france-culture2/

Leichtmetall: Au bord de la Seine (2.40)

Leichtmetall are a German band. This album's title translates as 'we are flowers'.

album: Wir Sind Blumen

Karaoke Kalk CD36

http://www.karaokekalk.de/.

Carl Hancock Rux: Behind the Curtain (4.10)

Carl Hancock Rux (lead and background vocals); Kwame Brandt Pierce (piano/keyboards); Jason DeMatteo (bass); Chris Eddleton (drums); Jaco van Schalkwyk (samples/noise programming)

album: Good Bread Alley

Thirsty Ear Recordings THI-57168.2

http://www.carlhancockrux.com/

http://www.thirstyear.com/

John Wall: cphon (2003-2005) (6.20)

John Wall is a British composer who specialises in creating pieces which contain thousands of tiny samples. This is an extract from a new 20 minute piece.

album: cphon

Utterpsalm CD7

http://www.utterpsalm.com/

Sergeant Buzfuz: Swallows (4.30)

Sergeant Buzfuz is based around the song writing of Joe Murphy, who aims for the missing link between British folk music and contemporary urban concerns.

Kate Arnold (hammered dulcimer/violin/vocals/percussion); Jon Clayton (cello/bass/xylophone/backing vocals/percussion); Eilish McCracken (violin/whistle/backing vocals/percussion); Joe Murphy (guitar/vocals/percussion/accordion/piano); Martin Parker (drums/singing bowl/percussion)

album: The Jewelled Carriageway

Blang Records BLANG 2

http://www.sergeantbuzfuz.com/

http://www.blang.co.uk/

London Sinfonietta: AFX237 V7. (5.30)

This collaboration between pioneering electronic record label Warp and contemporary music specialists the London Sinfonietta was first aired at the Royal Festival Hall in March 2003, and again in Brighton and Liverpool the following March. This arrangement of the Aphex Twin track from the Drukqs album was done by David Horne.

album: London Sinfonietta - Warp Works and Twentieth Century Masters

Warp Records WARPCD144

http://www.warprecords.com/

http://www.londonsinfonietta.org.uk/

http://www.davidhorne.net/

Aphex Twin: AFX237 V7. (4.20)

album: Drukqs

Warp Records WARPCD92

http://www.drukqs.net/

Click here for a review of this album

Porest: We Eat The People; Mach Mach (3.40)

Porest is the project of Mark Gergis, a cut-up specialist operating from Oakland , California. This album has been a hit on alternative radio on America 's East Coast, with its oblique overview of American foreign policy.

We Eat The People features the Benevolent Hunger Choir: Liz Allbee, Peter Conheim and Porest

album: Tourrorists!

Abduction Records ABDT 034

Abduction Records, PO Box 9611 , Seattle , WA 98109 USA

http://www.suncitygirls.com/abduction/

Wormhole: Ghost of the Possible (3.15)

Wormhole are a trio from Newcastle Upon Tyne , consisting of Bennett Hogg (violin/viola/piano), John Ferguson (guitar/percussion/noise) and Gwilly Edmondez (double bass/SU10)

Recorded at Newcastle University , 2 July 2005

album: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Kakutopia CD2

http://www.kakutopia.com/

Yo La Tengo: Mr Tough (4.00)

This is the first single to be taken from the new Yo La Tengo album I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass. Yo La Tengo are Ira Kaplan (vocals/guitar/keyboards), Georgia Hubley (drums/vocals) and James McNew (bass/vocals/drums).

CD single

Matador OLE-742-6

http://www.yolatengo.com/

http://www.matadorrecords.com/

Noxagt: Histrionix (4.05)

Hailing from Stavanger in Norway , Noxagt is the heavy metal trio of Anders Hana (baritone), Kjetil D Brandsdal (bass) and Jan Christian Lauritzen (drums).

album: Noxagt

Load Records LOAD 069

http://www.noxagt.com/

http://www.loadrecords.com/

Colleen: What is a Componium? - part 1 (6.45)

This track was recorded by Colleen in Paris , and made entirely using music boxes. Colleen is Parisienne C退cille Schott, and this is taken from a new mini album of music commissioned and originally created for the Atelier de Cr退ation Radiophonique on French radio station France Culture, 2006.

album: Colleen et les botes musique

The Leaf Label BAY 53CD

http://www.colleenplays.org/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.radiofrance.fr/chaines/france-culture2/

Leichtmetall: Au bord de la Seine (2.40)

Leichtmetall are a German band. This album's title translates as 'we are flowers'.

album: Wir Sind Blumen

Karaoke Kalk CD36

http://www.karaokekalk.de/."

20060908Carl Hancock Rux: Behind the Curtain (4.10)

Carl Hancock Rux (lead and background vocals); Kwame Brandt Pierce (piano/keyboards); Jason DeMatteo (bass); Chris Eddleton (drums); Jaco van Schalkwyk (samples/noise programming)

album: Good Bread Alley

Thirsty Ear Recordings THI-57168.2

http://www.carlhancockrux.com/

http://www.thirstyear.com/

John Wall: cphon (2003-2005) (6.20)

John Wall is a British composer who specialises in creating pieces which contain thousands of tiny samples. This is an extract from a new 20 minute piece.

album: cphon

Utterpsalm CD7

http://www.utterpsalm.com/

Sergeant Buzfuz: Swallows (4.30)

Sergeant Buzfuz is based around the song writing of Joe Murphy, who aims for the missing link between British folk music and contemporary urban concerns.

Kate Arnold (hammered dulcimer/violin/vocals/percussion); Jon Clayton (cello/bass/xylophone/backing vocals/percussion); Eilish McCracken (violin/whistle/backing vocals/percussion); Joe Murphy (guitar/vocals/percussion/accordion/piano); Martin Parker (drums/singing bowl/percussion)

album: The Jewelled Carriageway

Blang Records BLANG 2

http://www.sergeantbuzfuz.com/

http://www.blang.co.uk/

London Sinfonietta: AFX237 V7. (5.30)

This collaboration between pioneering electronic record label Warp and contemporary music specialists the London Sinfonietta was first aired at the Royal Festival Hall in March 2003, and again in Brighton and Liverpool the following March. This arrangement of the Aphex Twin track from the Drukqs album was done by David Horne.

album: London Sinfonietta - Warp Works and Twentieth Century Masters

Warp Records WARPCD144

http://www.warprecords.com/

http://www.londonsinfonietta.org.uk/

http://www.davidhorne.net/

Aphex Twin: AFX237 V7. (4.20)

album: Drukqs

Warp Records WARPCD92

http://www.drukqs.net/

Click here for a review of this album

Porest: We Eat The People; Mach Mach (3.40)

Porest is the project of Mark Gergis, a cut-up specialist operating from Oakland , California. This album has been a hit on alternative radio on America 's East Coast, with its oblique overview of American foreign policy.

We Eat The People features the Benevolent Hunger Choir: Liz Allbee, Peter Conheim and Porest

album: Tourrorists!

Abduction Records ABDT 034

Abduction Records, PO Box 9611 , Seattle , WA 98109 USA

http://www.suncitygirls.com/abduction/

Wormhole: Ghost of the Possible (3.15)

Wormhole are a trio from Newcastle Upon Tyne , consisting of Bennett Hogg (violin/viola/piano), John Ferguson (guitar/percussion/noise) and Gwilly Edmondez (double bass/SU10)

Recorded at Newcastle University , 2 July 2005

album: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Kakutopia CD2

http://www.kakutopia.com/

Yo La Tengo: Mr Tough (4.00)

This is the first single to be taken from the new Yo La Tengo album I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass. Yo La Tengo are Ira Kaplan (vocals/guitar/keyboards), Georgia Hubley (drums/vocals) and James McNew (bass/vocals/drums).

CD single

Matador OLE-742-6

http://www.yolatengo.com/

http://www.matadorrecords.com/

Noxagt: Histrionix (4.05)

Hailing from Stavanger in Norway , Noxagt is the heavy metal trio of Anders Hana (baritone), Kjetil D Brandsdal (bass) and Jan Christian Lauritzen (drums).

album: Noxagt

Load Records LOAD 069

http://www.noxagt.com/

http://www.loadrecords.com/

Colleen: What is a Componium? - part 1 (6.45)

This track was recorded by Colleen in Paris , and made entirely using music boxes. Colleen is Parisienne C退cille Schott, and this is taken from a new mini album of music commissioned and originally created for the Atelier de Cr退ation Radiophonique on French radio station France Culture, 2006.

album: Colleen et les botes musique

The Leaf Label BAY 53CD

http://www.colleenplays.org/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.radiofrance.fr/chaines/france-culture2/

Leichtmetall: Au bord de la Seine (2.40)

Leichtmetall are a German band. This album's title translates as 'we are flowers'.

album: Wir Sind Blumen

Karaoke Kalk CD36

http://www.karaokekalk.de/.

20060908Carl Hancock Rux: Behind the Curtain (4.10)

Carl Hancock Rux (lead & background vocals); Kwame Brandt Pierce (piano/keyboards); Jason DeMatteo (bass); Chris Eddleton (drums); Jaco van Schalkwyk (samples/noise programming)

album: Good Bread Alley

Thirsty Ear Recordings THI-57168.2

http://www.carlhancockrux.com/

http://www.thirstyear.com/

John Wall: cphon (2003-2005) (6.20)

John Wall is a British composer who specialises in creating pieces which contain thousands of tiny samples. This is an extract from a new 20 minute piece.

album: cphon

Utterpsalm CD7

http://www.utterpsalm.com/

Sergeant Buzfuz: Swallows (4.30)

Sergeant Buzfuz is based around the song writing of Joe Murphy, who aims for the missing link between British folk music and contemporary urban concerns.

Kate Arnold (hammered dulcimer/violin/vocals/percussion); Jon Clayton (cello/bass/xylophone/backing vocals/percussion); Eilish McCracken (violin/whistle/backing vocals/percussion); Joe Murphy (guitar/vocals/percussion/accordion/piano); Martin Parker (drums/singing bowl/percussion)

album: The Jewelled Carriageway

Blang Records BLANG 2

http://www.sergeantbuzfuz.com/

http://www.blang.co.uk/

London Sinfonietta: AFX237 V7. (5.30)

This collaboration between pioneering electronic record label Warp and contemporary music specialists the London Sinfonietta was first aired at the Royal Festival Hall in March 2003, and again in Brighton and Liverpool the following March. This arrangement of the Aphex Twin track from the Drukqs album was done by David Horne.

album: London Sinfonietta - Warp Works & Twentieth Century Masters

Warp Records WARPCD144

http://www.warprecords.com/

http://www.londonsinfonietta.org.uk/

http://www.davidhorne.net/

Aphex Twin: AFX237 V7. (4.20)

album: Drukqs

Warp Records WARPCD92

http://www.drukqs.net/

http://www.warprecords.com/

Click here for a review of this album

Porest: We Eat The People; Mach Mach (3.40)

Porest is the project of Mark Gergis, a cut-up specialist operating from Oakland , California. This album has been a hit on alternative radio on America 's East Coast, with its oblique overview of American foreign policy.

We Eat The People features the Benevolent Hunger Choir: Liz Allbee, Peter Conheim and Porest

album: Tourrorists!

Abduction Records ABDT 034

Abduction Records, PO Box 9611 , Seattle , WA 98109 USA

http://www.suncitygirls.com/abduction/

Wormhole: Ghost of the Possible (3.15)

Wormhole are a trio from Newcastle Upon Tyne , consisting of Bennett Hogg (violin/viola/piano), John Ferguson (guitar/percussion/noise) and Gwilly Edmondez (double bass/SU10)

Recorded at Newcastle University , 2 July 2005

album: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Kakutopia CD2

http://www.kakutopia.com/

Yo La Tengo: Mr Tough (4.00)

This is the first single to be taken from the new Yo La Tengo album I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass. Yo La Tengo are Ira Kaplan (vocals/guitar/keyboards), Georgia Hubley (drums/vocals) and James McNew (bass/vocals/drums).

CD single

Matador OLE-742-6

http://www.yolatengo.com/

http://www.matadorrecords.com/

Noxagt: Histrionix (4.05)

Hailing from Stavanger in Norway , Noxagt is the heavy metal trio of Anders Hana (baritone), Kjetil D Brandsdal (bass) and Jan Christian Lauritzen (drums).

album: Noxagt

Load Records LOAD 069

http://www.noxagt.com/

http://www.loadrecords.com/

Colleen: What is a Componium? - part 1 (6.45)

This track was recorded by Colleen in Paris , and made entirely using music boxes. Colleen is Parisienne C退cille Schott, and this is taken from a new mini album of music commissioned and originally created for the Atelier de Cr退ation Radiophonique on French radio station France Culture, 2006.

album: Colleen et les botes musique

The Leaf Label BAY 53CD

http://www.colleenplays.org/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.radiofrance.fr/chaines/france-culture2/

Leichtmetall: Au bord de la Seine (2.40)

Leichtmetall are a German band. This album's title translates as 'we are flowers'.

album: Wir Sind Blumen

Karaoke Kalk CD36

http://www.karaokekalk.de/.

20060908Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Carl Hancock Rux: Behind the Curtain (4.10)

Carl Hancock Rux (lead and background vocals); Kwame Brandt Pierce (piano/keyboards); Jason DeMatteo (bass); Chris Eddleton (drums); Jaco van Schalkwyk (samples/noise programming)

album: Good Bread Alley

Thirsty Ear Recordings THI-57168.2

http://www.carlhancockrux.com/

http://www.thirstyear.com/

John Wall: cphon (2003-2005) (6.20)

John Wall is a British composer who specialises in creating pieces which contain thousands of tiny samples. This is an extract from a new 20 minute piece.

album: cphon

Utterpsalm CD7

http://www.utterpsalm.com/

Sergeant Buzfuz: Swallows (4.30)

Sergeant Buzfuz is based around the song writing of Joe Murphy, who aims for the missing link between British folk music and contemporary urban concerns.

Kate Arnold (hammered dulcimer/violin/vocals/percussion); Jon Clayton (cello/bass/xylophone/backing vocals/percussion); Eilish McCracken (violin/whistle/backing vocals/percussion); Joe Murphy (guitar/vocals/percussion/accordion/piano); Martin Parker (drums/singing bowl/percussion)

album: The Jewelled Carriageway

Blang Records BLANG 2

http://www.sergeantbuzfuz.com/

http://www.blang.co.uk/

London Sinfonietta: AFX237 V7. (5.30)

This collaboration between pioneering electronic record label Warp and contemporary music specialists the London Sinfonietta was first aired at the Royal Festival Hall in March 2003, and again in Brighton and Liverpool the following March. This arrangement of the Aphex Twin track from the Drukqs album was done by David Horne.

album: London Sinfonietta - Warp Works and Twentieth Century Masters

Warp Records WARPCD144

http://www.warprecords.com/

http://www.londonsinfonietta.org.uk/

http://www.davidhorne.net/

Aphex Twin: AFX237 V7. (4.20)

album: Drukqs

Warp Records WARPCD92

http://www.drukqs.net/

Click here for a review of this album

Porest: We Eat The People; Mach Mach (3.40)

Porest is the project of Mark Gergis, a cut-up specialist operating from Oakland , California. This album has been a hit on alternative radio on America 's East Coast, with its oblique overview of American foreign policy.

We Eat The People features the Benevolent Hunger Choir: Liz Allbee, Peter Conheim and Porest

album: Tourrorists!

Abduction Records ABDT 034

Abduction Records, PO Box 9611 , Seattle , WA 98109 USA

http://www.suncitygirls.com/abduction/

Wormhole: Ghost of the Possible (3.15)

Wormhole are a trio from Newcastle Upon Tyne , consisting of Bennett Hogg (violin/viola/piano), John Ferguson (guitar/percussion/noise) and Gwilly Edmondez (double bass/SU10)

Recorded at Newcastle University , 2 July 2005

album: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Kakutopia CD2

http://www.kakutopia.com/

Yo La Tengo: Mr Tough (4.00)

This is the first single to be taken from the new Yo La Tengo album I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass. Yo La Tengo are Ira Kaplan (vocals/guitar/keyboards), Georgia Hubley (drums/vocals) and James McNew (bass/vocals/drums).

CD single

Matador OLE-742-6

http://www.yolatengo.com/

http://www.matadorrecords.com/

Noxagt: Histrionix (4.05)

Hailing from Stavanger in Norway , Noxagt is the heavy metal trio of Anders Hana (baritone), Kjetil D Brandsdal (bass) and Jan Christian Lauritzen (drums).

album: Noxagt

Load Records LOAD 069

http://www.noxagt.com/

http://www.loadrecords.com/

Colleen: What is a Componium? - part 1 (6.45)

This track was recorded by Colleen in Paris , and made entirely using music boxes. Colleen is Parisienne C退cille Schott, and this is taken from a new mini album of music commissioned and originally created for the Atelier de Cr退ation Radiophonique on French radio station France Culture, 2006.

album: Colleen et les botes musique

The Leaf Label BAY 53CD

http://www.colleenplays.org/

http://www.theleaflabel.com/

http://www.radiofrance.fr/chaines/france-culture2/

Leichtmetall: Au bord de la Seine (2.40)

Leichtmetall are a German band. This album's title translates as 'we are flowers'.

album: Wir Sind Blumen

Karaoke Kalk CD36

http://www.karaokekalk.de/.

20060908Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20060915"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall include an interview with Californian turntablist, Cut Chemist, about his new album The Audience is Listening."
20060915Mark Russell and Robert Sandall include an interview with Californian turntablist, Cut Chemist, about his new album The Audience is Listening.
20060915Mark Russell and Robert Sandall include an interview with Californian turntablist, Cut Chemist, about his new album The Audience is Listening.
20060922"Dani Siciliano: They Can Wait (4.46)

Although born and brought up in America , Dani Siciliano now lives in the UK , where she regularly collaborates with Matthew Herbert. This comes from her new album (her second) which takes as its starting point her frustration at 'the lack of positive female role models on the contemporary pop scene'.

album: Slappers

!K7 Records !K7201CD

http://www.k7.com/

Niobe: Well and Wise (with St. Lindemer) (4.02)

Niobe is the work of Cologne resident Yvonne Cornelius, who creates her vocal style with the use of 'tongue sounds', which she then subjects to various electronic treatments.

album: White Hats

Tomlab TOM 72

http://www.voodooluba.com/

http://www.tomlab.com/

Dave Draper: Erg; Osm (4.20)

These two tracks were recorded as live without overdubs, and all sounds originate from electric guitar. Erg features an electric guitar through a ring modulator and three delay/samplers. Osm also uses the ring modulator and samplers. Both are extracts from longer pieces.

album: OTIC

China Pig Productions CPPCD002

China Pig Productions, 116 Rushmore Road , London E5 0EX

Little Axe: If I Had My Way (4.09)

Little Axe is Skip McDonald, formerly with the Sugar Hill house band, and Adrian Sherwood's On-U sound crew. This new album is named after his home state, and explores themes of 'blues and spirituality'.

album: Stone Cold Ohio

RealWorld CDRW140

http://www.realworldrecords.com/littleaxe

ZAUM: Arc Light (7.00)

This band was put together by Pinski Zoo drummer Steve Harris. They specialise in group improvisation. This track comes from their 2002 album which was recorded in performance at the Study Gallery in Poole, Dorset. Their 2004 album Above Our Heads the Sky Splits Open (SLAM Records CD 258) appeared in the end-of-year best-of polls of both Jazz Review and The Wire.

Steve Harris (drums); Cathy Stevens (six string 'violectra'/viola); Geoff Hearn (tenor sax/soprano sax); Karen Wimhurst (clarinet/bass clarinet); Udo Dzierzanowski (guitar)

album: ZAUM

SLAM Productions SLAMCD 253

http://www.steve-harris.info/

http://www.slamproductions.net/

Trost: Guy le superhero (3.46)

Annika Line Trost worked with Shizuo and Atari Teenage Riot before forming her own band Cobra Killer with Gina V DoriO and releasing the catchily-titled single Tattoo Your Name on My Ass.

On this track: Thomas Wydler (drums/vibraphone); Jan Schade (cellos); Yoyo R怀hm (double bass)

album: Trust Me

Four Music FOR 82876821372

http://www.trostcity.com/

http://www.fourmusic.com/

Click here for a review of this album

Clark : Matthew Unburdened (4.35)

Formerly known as Chris Clark, the first name has been dropped for this new album, which takes the conventional instrumentation of rock and subjects it to a number of modifications.

album: Body Riddle

Warp Records WARPCD149

http://www.warprecords.com/

DJ Shadow: 3 Freaks (3.47)

This is from the third album by Josh Davis, aka DJ Shadow. It was influenced by two momentous events in his life: the near-loss of his wife and twin daughters during child-birth, and his near fatal crash in a London minicab. The featured rappers here are Alabama 's Keak Da Sneak and the Bay Area's Turf Talk.

album: The Outsider

Island OUTSIDE

http://www.djshadow.com/

Click here for a review of this album

The Yellin String Quartet featuring Joan Wasser: Fais Dodo (2.26)

SHELL: Centipedes Have Needs, Too (1.54)

These two tracks come from a compilation sent to Mixing It by Justin Wiggan of Dreams Of Tall Buildings. It was put together by the fanzine Robots and Electronic Brains, and showcases work from 5 labels. These tracks both originally appeared on the Abaton Book Company label. The first one comes from the Elliott Sharp/Lauri Bortz opera A Modicum of Passion. The Yellin String Quartet is Amy Kimball (violin), Garo Yellin (cello), Conrad Harris (violin) and Stephanie Griffin (viola). The second track is from an album called Shell is Swell by a duo called Marianne and Donna, who go by the name of SHELL.

album: Telephone: Smethwick 2341-2

Rokit Records herbie7

Free with Robots and Electronic Brains #15

http://come.to/robots

http://www.abatonbookcompany.com/

http://www.panix.com/~esharp/

http://www.myspace.com/gonweb

Boxcutter: Tauhid (4.46)

Dubstep is big in the underground clubs of London at the moment, but this slice of the genre comes from a guitarist and producer called Barry Lynn who lives in Northern Ireland. Alongside the dub reggae and electro influences lies the influence of jazz greats John Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders (after whose 1966 album this track is named).

12"" single

Planet Mu Records ZIQ146

http://www.planet-mu.com/

Squarepusher: Plotinus (7.35)

This is from Tom Jenkinson aka Squarepusher's tenth album.

album: Hello Everything

Warp Records WARPCD148

http://www.warprecords.com/

Click here for details of Squarepusher's appearance at the BBC Electric Proms 06

The Nice: America (6.19)

Keith Emerson (organ); Davy O'List (guitar); Lee Jackson (bass); Ian Hague (drums)

This track originally appeared on the Nice's 1968 Immediate Records album The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack.

album: Prog Rock

Gut Active GACD02

This album was compiled by Classic Rock Magazine

http://www.gutrecords.com/

http://www.keithemerson.com/."

20060922"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Dani Siciliano: They Can Wait (4.46)

Although born and brought up in America , Dani Siciliano now lives in the UK , where she regularly collaborates with Matthew Herbert. This comes from her new album (her second) which takes as its starting point her frustration at 'the lack of positive female role models on the contemporary pop scene'.

album: Slappers

!K7 Records !K7201CD

http://www.k7.com/

Niobe: Well and Wise (with St. Lindemer) (4.02)

Niobe is the work of Cologne resident Yvonne Cornelius, who creates her vocal style with the use of 'tongue sounds', which she then subjects to various electronic treatments.

album: White Hats

Tomlab TOM 72

http://www.voodooluba.com/

http://www.tomlab.com/

Dave Draper: Erg; Osm (4.20)

These two tracks were recorded as live without overdubs, and all sounds originate from electric guitar. Erg features an electric guitar through a ring modulator and three delay/samplers. Osm also uses the ring modulator and samplers. Both are extracts from longer pieces.

album: OTIC

China Pig Productions CPPCD002

China Pig Productions, 116 Rushmore Road , London E5 0EX

Little Axe: If I Had My Way (4.09)

Little Axe is Skip McDonald, formerly with the Sugar Hill house band, and Adrian Sherwood's On-U sound crew. This new album is named after his home state, and explores themes of 'blues and spirituality'.

album: Stone Cold Ohio

RealWorld CDRW140

http://www.realworldrecords.com/littleaxe

ZAUM: Arc Light (7.00)

This band was put together by Pinski Zoo drummer Steve Harris. They specialise in group improvisation. This track comes from their 2002 album which was recorded in performance at the Study Gallery in Poole, Dorset. Their 2004 album Above Our Heads the Sky Splits Open (SLAM Records CD 258) appeared in the end-of-year best-of polls of both Jazz Review and The Wire.

Steve Harris (drums); Cathy Stevens (six string 'violectra'/viola); Geoff Hearn (tenor sax/soprano sax); Karen Wimhurst (clarinet/bass clarinet); Udo Dzierzanowski (guitar)

album: ZAUM

SLAM Productions SLAMCD 253

http://www.steve-harris.info/

http://www.slamproductions.net/

Trost: Guy le superhero (3.46)

Annika Line Trost worked with Shizuo and Atari Teenage Riot before forming her own band Cobra Killer with Gina V DoriO and releasing the catchily-titled single Tattoo Your Name on My Ass.

On this track: Thomas Wydler (drums/vibraphone); Jan Schade (cellos); Yoyo R怀hm (double bass)

album: Trust Me

Four Music FOR 82876821372

http://www.trostcity.com/

http://www.fourmusic.com/

Click here for a review of this album

Clark : Matthew Unburdened (4.35)

Formerly known as Chris Clark, the first name has been dropped for this new album, which takes the conventional instrumentation of rock and subjects it to a number of modifications.

album: Body Riddle

Warp Records WARPCD149

http://www.warprecords.com/

DJ Shadow: 3 Freaks (3.47)

This is from the third album by Josh Davis, aka DJ Shadow. It was influenced by two momentous events in his life: the near-loss of his wife and twin daughters during child-birth, and his near fatal crash in a London minicab. The featured rappers here are Alabama 's Keak Da Sneak and the Bay Area's Turf Talk.

album: The Outsider

Island OUTSIDE

http://www.djshadow.com/

The Yellin String Quartet featuring Joan Wasser: Fais Dodo (2.26)

SHELL: Centipedes Have Needs, Too (1.54)

These two tracks come from a compilation sent to Mixing It by Justin Wiggan of Dreams Of Tall Buildings. It was put together by the fanzine Robots and Electronic Brains, and showcases work from 5 labels. These tracks both originally appeared on the Abaton Book Company label. The first one comes from the Elliott Sharp/Lauri Bortz opera A Modicum of Passion. The Yellin String Quartet is Amy Kimball (violin), Garo Yellin (cello), Conrad Harris (violin) and Stephanie Griffin (viola). The second track is from an album called Shell is Swell by a duo called Marianne and Donna, who go by the name of SHELL.

album: Telephone: Smethwick 2341-2

Rokit Records herbie7

Free with Robots and Electronic Brains #15

http://come.to/robots

http://www.abatonbookcompany.com/

http://www.panix.com/~esharp/

http://www.myspace.com/gonweb

Boxcutter: Tauhid (4.46)

Dubstep is big in the underground clubs of London at the moment, but this slice of the genre comes from a guitarist and producer called Barry Lynn who lives in Northern Ireland. Alongside the dub reggae and electro influences lies the influence of jazz greats John Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders (after whose 1966 album this track is named).

12"" single

Planet Mu Records ZIQ146

http://www.planet-mu.com/

Squarepusher: Plotinus (7.35)

This is from Tom Jenkinson aka Squarepusher's tenth album.

album: Hello Everything

Warp Records WARPCD148

Click here for details of Squarepusher's appearance at the BBC Electric Proms 06

The Nice: America (6.19)

Keith Emerson (organ); Davy O'List (guitar); Lee Jackson (bass); Ian Hague (drums)

This track originally appeared on the Nice's 1968 Immediate Records album The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack.

album: Prog Rock

Gut Active GACD02

This album was compiled by Classic Rock Magazine

http://www.gutrecords.com/

http://www.keithemerson.com/."

20060922"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Dani Siciliano: They Can Wait (4.46)

Although born and brought up in America , Dani Siciliano now lives in the UK , where she regularly collaborates with Matthew Herbert. This comes from her new album (her second) which takes as its starting point her frustration at 'the lack of positive female role models on the contemporary pop scene'.

album: Slappers

!K7 Records !K7201CD

http://www.k7.com/

Niobe: Well and Wise (with St. Lindemer) (4.02)

Niobe is the work of Cologne resident Yvonne Cornelius, who creates her vocal style with the use of 'tongue sounds', which she then subjects to various electronic treatments.

album: White Hats

Tomlab TOM 72

http://www.voodooluba.com/

http://www.tomlab.com/

Dave Draper: Erg; Osm (4.20)

These two tracks were recorded as live without overdubs, and all sounds originate from electric guitar. Erg features an electric guitar through a ring modulator and three delay/samplers. Osm also uses the ring modulator and samplers. Both are extracts from longer pieces.

album: OTIC

China Pig Productions CPPCD002

China Pig Productions, 116 Rushmore Road , London E5 0EX

Little Axe: If I Had My Way (4.09)

Little Axe is Skip McDonald, formerly with the Sugar Hill house band, and Adrian Sherwood's On-U sound crew. This new album is named after his home state, and explores themes of 'blues and spirituality'.

album: Stone Cold Ohio

RealWorld CDRW140

http://www.realworldrecords.com/littleaxe

ZAUM: Arc Light (7.00)

This band was put together by Pinski Zoo drummer Steve Harris. They specialise in group improvisation. This track comes from their 2002 album which was recorded in performance at the Study Gallery in Poole, Dorset. Their 2004 album Above Our Heads the Sky Splits Open (SLAM Records CD 258) appeared in the end-of-year best-of polls of both Jazz Review and The Wire.

Steve Harris (drums); Cathy Stevens (six string 'violectra'/viola); Geoff Hearn (tenor sax/soprano sax); Karen Wimhurst (clarinet/bass clarinet); Udo Dzierzanowski (guitar)

album: ZAUM

SLAM Productions SLAMCD 253

http://www.steve-harris.info/

http://www.slamproductions.net/

Trost: Guy le superhero (3.46)

Annika Line Trost worked with Shizuo and Atari Teenage Riot before forming her own band Cobra Killer with Gina V DoriO and releasing the catchily-titled single Tattoo Your Name on My Ass.

On this track: Thomas Wydler (drums/vibraphone); Jan Schade (cellos); Yoyo R怀hm (double bass)

album: Trust Me

Four Music FOR 82876821372

http://www.trostcity.com/

http://www.fourmusic.com/

Click here for a review of this album

Clark : Matthew Unburdened (4.35)

Formerly known as Chris Clark, the first name has been dropped for this new album, which takes the conventional instrumentation of rock and subjects it to a number of modifications.

album: Body Riddle

Warp Records WARPCD149

http://www.warprecords.com/

DJ Shadow: 3 Freaks (3.47)

This is from the third album by Josh Davis, aka DJ Shadow. It was influenced by two momentous events in his life: the near-loss of his wife and twin daughters during child-birth, and his near fatal crash in a London minicab. The featured rappers here are Alabama 's Keak Da Sneak and the Bay Area's Turf Talk.

album: The Outsider

Island OUTSIDE

http://www.djshadow.com/

The Yellin String Quartet featuring Joan Wasser: Fais Dodo (2.26)

SHELL: Centipedes Have Needs, Too (1.54)

These two tracks come from a compilation sent to Mixing It by Justin Wiggan of Dreams Of Tall Buildings. It was put together by the fanzine Robots and Electronic Brains, and showcases work from 5 labels. These tracks both originally appeared on the Abaton Book Company label. The first one comes from the Elliott Sharp/Lauri Bortz opera A Modicum of Passion. The Yellin String Quartet is Amy Kimball (violin), Garo Yellin (cello), Conrad Harris (violin) and Stephanie Griffin (viola). The second track is from an album called Shell is Swell by a duo called Marianne and Donna, who go by the name of SHELL.

album: Telephone: Smethwick 2341-2

Rokit Records herbie7

Free with Robots and Electronic Brains #15

http://come.to/robots

http://www.abatonbookcompany.com/

http://www.panix.com/~esharp/

http://www.myspace.com/gonweb

Boxcutter: Tauhid (4.46)

Dubstep is big in the underground clubs of London at the moment, but this slice of the genre comes from a guitarist and producer called Barry Lynn who lives in Northern Ireland. Alongside the dub reggae and electro influences lies the influence of jazz greats John Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders (after whose 1966 album this track is named).

12"" single

Planet Mu Records ZIQ146

http://www.planet-mu.com/

Squarepusher: Plotinus (7.35)

This is from Tom Jenkinson aka Squarepusher's tenth album.

album: Hello Everything

Warp Records WARPCD148

Click here for details of Squarepusher's appearance at the BBC Electric Proms 06

The Nice: America (6.19)

Keith Emerson (organ); Davy O'List (guitar); Lee Jackson (bass); Ian Hague (drums)

This track originally appeared on the Nice's 1968 Immediate Records album The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack.

album: Prog Rock

Gut Active GACD02

This album was compiled by Classic Rock Magazine

http://www.gutrecords.com/

http://www.keithemerson.com/.

Dani Siciliano: They Can Wait (4.46)

Although born and brought up in America , Dani Siciliano now lives in the UK , where she regularly collaborates with Matthew Herbert. This comes from her new album (her second) which takes as its starting point her frustration at 'the lack of positive female role models on the contemporary pop scene'.

album: Slappers

!K7 Records !K7201CD

http://www.k7.com/

Niobe: Well and Wise (with St. Lindemer) (4.02)

Niobe is the work of Cologne resident Yvonne Cornelius, who creates her vocal style with the use of 'tongue sounds', which she then subjects to various electronic treatments.

album: White Hats

Tomlab TOM 72

http://www.voodooluba.com/

http://www.tomlab.com/

Dave Draper: Erg; Osm (4.20)

These two tracks were recorded as live without overdubs, and all sounds originate from electric guitar. Erg features an electric guitar through a ring modulator and three delay/samplers. Osm also uses the ring modulator and samplers. Both are extracts from longer pieces.

album: OTIC

China Pig Productions CPPCD002

China Pig Productions, 116 Rushmore Road , London E5 0EX

Little Axe: If I Had My Way (4.09)

Little Axe is Skip McDonald, formerly with the Sugar Hill house band, and Adrian Sherwood's On-U sound crew. This new album is named after his home state, and explores themes of 'blues and spirituality'.

album: Stone Cold Ohio

RealWorld CDRW140

http://www.realworldrecords.com/littleaxe

ZAUM: Arc Light (7.00)

This band was put together by Pinski Zoo drummer Steve Harris. They specialise in group improvisation. This track comes from their 2002 album which was recorded in performance at the Study Gallery in Poole, Dorset. Their 2004 album Above Our Heads the Sky Splits Open (SLAM Records CD 258) appeared in the end-of-year best-of polls of both Jazz Review and The Wire.

Steve Harris (drums); Cathy Stevens (six string 'violectra'/viola); Geoff Hearn (tenor sax/soprano sax); Karen Wimhurst (clarinet/bass clarinet); Udo Dzierzanowski (guitar)

album: ZAUM

SLAM Productions SLAMCD 253

http://www.steve-harris.info/

http://www.slamproductions.net/

Trost: Guy le superhero (3.46)

Annika Line Trost worked with Shizuo and Atari Teenage Riot before forming her own band Cobra Killer with Gina V DoriO and releasing the catchily-titled single Tattoo Your Name on My Ass.

On this track: Thomas Wydler (drums/vibraphone); Jan Schade (cellos); Yoyo R怀hm (double bass)

album: Trust Me

Four Music FOR 82876821372

http://www.trostcity.com/

http://www.fourmusic.com/

Click here for a review of this album

Clark : Matthew Unburdened (4.35)

Formerly known as Chris Clark, the first name has been dropped for this new album, which takes the conventional instrumentation of rock and subjects it to a number of modifications.

album: Body Riddle

Warp Records WARPCD149

http://www.warprecords.com/

DJ Shadow: 3 Freaks (3.47)

This is from the third album by Josh Davis, aka DJ Shadow. It was influenced by two momentous events in his life: the near-loss of his wife and twin daughters during child-birth, and his near fatal crash in a London minicab. The featured rappers here are Alabama 's Keak Da Sneak and the Bay Area's Turf Talk.

album: The Outsider

Island OUTSIDE

http://www.djshadow.com/

Click here for a review of this album

The Yellin String Quartet featuring Joan Wasser: Fais Dodo (2.26)

SHELL: Centipedes Have Needs, Too (1.54)

These two tracks come from a compilation sent to Mixing It by Justin Wiggan of Dreams Of Tall Buildings. It was put together by the fanzine Robots and Electronic Brains, and showcases work from 5 labels. These tracks both originally appeared on the Abaton Book Company label. The first one comes from the Elliott Sharp/Lauri Bortz opera A Modicum of Passion. The Yellin String Quartet is Amy Kimball (violin), Garo Yellin (cello), Conrad Harris (violin) and Stephanie Griffin (viola). The second track is from an album called Shell is Swell by a duo called Marianne and Donna, who go by the name of SHELL.

album: Telephone: Smethwick 2341-2

Rokit Records herbie7

Free with Robots and Electronic Brains #15

http://come.to/robots

http://www.abatonbookcompany.com/

http://www.panix.com/~esharp/

http://www.myspace.com/gonweb

Boxcutter: Tauhid (4.46)

Dubstep is big in the underground clubs of London at the moment, but this slice of the genre comes from a guitarist and producer called Barry Lynn who lives in Northern Ireland. Alongside the dub reggae and electro influences lies the influence of jazz greats John Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders (after whose 1966 album this track is named).

12"" single

Planet Mu Records ZIQ146

http://www.planet-mu.com/

Squarepusher: Plotinus (7.35)

This is from Tom Jenkinson aka Squarepusher's tenth album.

album: Hello Everything

Warp Records WARPCD148

http://www.warprecords.com/

Click here for details of Squarepusher's appearance at the BBC Electric Proms 06

The Nice: America (6.19)

Keith Emerson (organ); Davy O'List (guitar); Lee Jackson (bass); Ian Hague (drums)

This track originally appeared on the Nice's 1968 Immediate Records album The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack.

album: Prog Rock

Gut Active GACD02

This album was compiled by Classic Rock Magazine

http://www.gutrecords.com/

http://www.keithemerson.com/."

20060922Dani Siciliano: They Can Wait (4.46)

Although born and brought up in America , Dani Siciliano now lives in the UK , where she regularly collaborates with Matthew Herbert. This comes from her new album (her second) which takes as its starting point her frustration at 'the lack of positive female role models on the contemporary pop scene'.

album: Slappers

!K7 Records !K7201CD

http://www.k7.com/

Niobe: Well and Wise (with St. Lindemer) (4.02)

Niobe is the work of Cologne resident Yvonne Cornelius, who creates her vocal style with the use of 'tongue sounds', which she then subjects to various electronic treatments.

album: White Hats

Tomlab TOM 72

http://www.voodooluba.com/

http://www.tomlab.com/

Dave Draper: Erg; Osm (4.20)

These two tracks were recorded as live without overdubs, and all sounds originate from electric guitar. Erg features an electric guitar through a ring modulator and three delay/samplers. Osm also uses the ring modulator and samplers. Both are extracts from longer pieces.

album: OTIC

China Pig Productions CPPCD002

China Pig Productions, 116 Rushmore Road , London E5 0EX

Little Axe: If I Had My Way (4.09)

Little Axe is Skip McDonald, formerly with the Sugar Hill house band, and Adrian Sherwood's On-U sound crew. This new album is named after his home state, and explores themes of 'blues and spirituality'.

album: Stone Cold Ohio

RealWorld CDRW140

http://www.realworldrecords.com/littleaxe

ZAUM: Arc Light (7.00)

This band was put together by Pinski Zoo drummer Steve Harris. They specialise in group improvisation. This track comes from their 2002 album which was recorded in performance at the Study Gallery in Poole, Dorset. Their 2004 album Above Our Heads the Sky Splits Open (SLAM Records CD 258) appeared in the end-of-year best-of polls of both Jazz Review and The Wire.

Steve Harris (drums); Cathy Stevens (six string 'violectra'/viola); Geoff Hearn (tenor sax/soprano sax); Karen Wimhurst (clarinet/bass clarinet); Udo Dzierzanowski (guitar)

album: ZAUM

SLAM Productions SLAMCD 253

http://www.steve-harris.info/

http://www.slamproductions.net/

Trost: Guy le superhero (3.46)

Annika Line Trost worked with Shizuo and Atari Teenage Riot before forming her own band Cobra Killer with Gina V DoriO and releasing the catchily-titled single Tattoo Your Name on My Ass.

On this track: Thomas Wydler (drums/vibraphone); Jan Schade (cellos); Yoyo R怀hm (double bass)

album: Trust Me

Four Music FOR 82876821372

http://www.trostcity.com/

http://www.fourmusic.com/

Click here for a review of this album

Clark : Matthew Unburdened (4.35)

Formerly known as Chris Clark, the first name has been dropped for this new album, which takes the conventional instrumentation of rock and subjects it to a number of modifications.

album: Body Riddle

Warp Records WARPCD149

http://www.warprecords.com/

DJ Shadow: 3 Freaks (3.47)

This is from the third album by Josh Davis, aka DJ Shadow. It was influenced by two momentous events in his life: the near-loss of his wife and twin daughters during child-birth, and his near fatal crash in a London minicab. The featured rappers here are Alabama 's Keak Da Sneak and the Bay Area's Turf Talk.

album: The Outsider

Island OUTSIDE

http://www.djshadow.com/

Click here for a review of this album

The Yellin String Quartet featuring Joan Wasser: Fais Dodo (2.26)

SHELL: Centipedes Have Needs, Too (1.54)

These two tracks come from a compilation sent to Mixing It by Justin Wiggan of Dreams Of Tall Buildings. It was put together by the fanzine Robots and Electronic Brains, and showcases work from 5 labels. These tracks both originally appeared on the Abaton Book Company label. The first one comes from the Elliott Sharp/Lauri Bortz opera A Modicum of Passion. The Yellin String Quartet is Amy Kimball (violin), Garo Yellin (cello), Conrad Harris (violin) and Stephanie Griffin (viola). The second track is from an album called Shell is Swell by a duo called Marianne and Donna, who go by the name of SHELL.

album: Telephone: Smethwick 2341-2

Rokit Records herbie7

Free with Robots and Electronic Brains #15

http://come.to/robots

http://www.abatonbookcompany.com/

http://www.panix.com/~esharp/

http://www.myspace.com/gonweb

Boxcutter: Tauhid (4.46)

Dubstep is big in the underground clubs of London at the moment, but this slice of the genre comes from a guitarist and producer called Barry Lynn who lives in Northern Ireland. Alongside the dub reggae and electro influences lies the influence of jazz greats John Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders (after whose 1966 album this track is named).

12" single

Planet Mu Records ZIQ146

http://www.planet-mu.com/

Squarepusher: Plotinus (7.35)

This is from Tom Jenkinson aka Squarepusher's tenth album.

album: Hello Everything

Warp Records WARPCD148

http://www.warprecords.com/

Click here for details of Squarepusher's appearance at the BBC Electric Proms 06

The Nice: America (6.19)

Keith Emerson (organ); Davy O'List (guitar); Lee Jackson (bass); Ian Hague (drums)

This track originally appeared on the Nice's 1968 Immediate Records album The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack.

album: Prog Rock

Gut Active GACD02

This album was compiled by Classic Rock Magazine

http://www.gutrecords.com/

http://www.keithemerson.com/.

20060922Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20061006"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic selection of music on CD, and report on an amazing sound sculpture from a wood in rural Kent, created by Jem Finer.
Sex Mob: Pygmy Suite (5.06)

Sex Mob describe this album as 'an electro-acoustic fantasy inspired by Martin Denny'. Martin Denny was a composer associated with the Exotica movement, whose work was strongly influenced by Hawaiian styles.

Recorded live at Goodandevil Studio, Brooklyn, November 2005

Steven Bernstein (slide trumpet/mellophones/vocals); Briggan Krauss (alto sax/baritone sax); Tony Scherr (acoustic bass/acoustic guitar/vocals); Kenny Wollesen (drums/percussion/bird whistles/vibraphone); Goodandevil aka Chris Kelly and Danny Blume (programming/hi-jinks); Mike Dillon (tablas)

album: Sexotica

Thirsty Ear Blue Series THI 57171.2

http://www.sexmobmusic.com/

http://www.briggankrauss.com/

http://www.goodandevil.net/

DAM: Hibuna Ishtruna (4.41)

DAM is a leading Palestinian hip-hop group from a slum town near Jerusalem. Their name comes from the Arabic word for 'immortal', which is also the Hebrew word for 'blood'.

album: Idha'/Dedication

Red Circle Music WLRCM 001

http://www.dampalestine.com/

http://www.myspace.com/damrap

(Gilad Atzmon presents) Artie Fishel and the Promised Band: Radical Goose (5.12)

Artie Fishel/Gilad Atzmon (saxophone/vocal); Peter Foreskin/Asaf Sirkis (percussion); Jaco Pastrami/Yaron Stavi (bass); Shimson Gib Shoin/Eyal Maoz (guitar); McGoy Tyner/John Turville (piano); Gesher Rozen/Guillermo Rozenthuler (vocal); Salim Dion/Koby Israelite (accordion/vocal); Ovad Fretless/Ovidiu Fratila (violin) with Jihad Axman and the Palestinian Funkatirs: DJ Big Bobby Johnson/Tom Clark Hill; GW Push/Achashverosh; Israeli Air Force Lt Colonel Israel Israeli

album: Gilad Atzmon presents Artie Fishel and the Promised Band

WMD Records WMDCD001968

http://www.artiefishel.com/

http://www.myspace.com/artiefishel

Talk Less, Say More: Tell Me A True Story (5.11)

Talk Less, Say More is the work of Leeds University student Matthew Jennings, who records everything at his home studio. This track features the voice of Cardiff-based soprano Erika Jones, who is voicing an ode to the philosopher Descartes over Matthew's 'prog-hop beats'.

album: Meisha's Morning

http://www.talklesssaymore.co.uk/

Anla Courtis: Studio for Wire Plugs (1991) (2.13)

Recorded and mixed by Anla Courtis at Ornitivo Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Anla Courtis was a member of celebrated Argentinian experimentalists Reynols, and is noted for his experiments with cassette tapes. This track is one of his earliest forays in that format, dating from 15 years ago.

Technical equipment used: Uher Varicord 263 reel-to-reel tape recorder; Tascam 03; Art SGX LT; Equalizer MXR; Micromoog; DOD FX55B Supradistortion

album: Tape Works

Pogus Productions P21040-2

http://www.geocities.com/a_courtis/

http://www.pogus.com/

Leo Abrahams: Pendulum (6.11)

Leo Abrahams was born in 1977 and studied composition at the Royal Academy of Music. He is a guitarist who has collaborated extensively with Brian Eno and David Holmes. This track comes from his new solo album.

album: Scene Memory

Bip_hop bleep 33

http://www.leoabrahams.com/

http://www.bip-hop.com/

Jem Finer interview (13.08)

Jem Finer was a founding member of the Pogues, but more recently he has been putting his computer science training into practice as a creator of elaborate sound installations.

Jem Finer: Longplayer

Longplayer is a thousand-year long composition which began playing on 1 January 2000 and will finish on 31 December 2999. It can currently be heard at Trinity Buoy Wharf in East London, in a lighthouse built in 1863 for Michael Faraday's optical research.

Trinity Buoy Wharf, 64 Orchard Place, London E14 0JW

Jem Finer: Score for a Hole in the Ground

Score for a Hole in the Ground is the inaugural winner of the PRS Foundation New Music Award. It consists of a seven metre steel horn which amplifies the sound of drops of water dripping on to bells and percussion in a seven metre deep chamber below.

The installation can be found amongst the Beech Trees in King's Wood, Challock, Kent TN25 4AR

For King's Wood car park, take the turn off to Wye from the A251 at Challock, one mile from the roundabout.

http://elrino.co.uk/

http://www.scoreforaholeintheground.org/

http://www.prsfoundation.co.uk/newmusicaward

http://www.longplayer.org/

http://www.stourvalleyarts.org.uk/

Click here for coverage from news.bbc.co.uk

Jem Finer remixed by Scanner: Lp Remix: abstract (3.05)

This comes from a CD work-in-progress.Jem Finer has given 10 minutes of Longplayer to a number of musicians and sound artists to use as raw material in any way they wish. As well as Scanner, Janek Schaefer, Iris Garrelfs, si-{cut}.db, members of the Necks and Pierre Bastien have all been given segments.

album: Longplayer remix

This CD is due for release in the near future. More details will be available from the Longplayer website:

http://www.longplayer.org/

Mei Han and Paul Plimley: Emptied Diligence (2.55)

Mei Han is a Chinese scholar, with Masters degrees in Ethnomusicology from universities in China and Canada. Her instrument is the 25-stringed Chinese zither known as the zheng. Paul Plimley is an acclaimed Canadian pianist and composer.

album: Ume

Za Discs N-14

Za Discs, Box 1119 Stn A, Vancouver, BC Canada V6C 2T1

http://www.asza.com/

http://www.paulplimley.com/

Pere Ubu: Blue Velvet (5.49)

The current Pere Ubu line-up is David Thomas (vocals), Keith Molin退 (guitar/backing vocals/bass), Robert Wheeler (EML synthesiser/theremin), Michele Temple (bass) and Steve Mehlman (drums/percussion). They're joined here by Jack Kidney (harp). This track was born out of a studio improvisation.

album: Why I Hate Women

Glitterhouse Records GRCD651

http://www.ubuprojex.net/

http://www.glitterhouse.com/

The Life Force Trio: Space Flowers/Carousel (6.42)

The Life Force trio was formed by Los Angeles producer Carlos Niကo (also half of Ammoncontact). He enlisted the help of multi-instrumentalist and song-writer Dexter Story. The third member of the trio is a floating member. On this album, third members are Gaby Hernandez, Andres Renteria, Fabian Ammon, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Derf Reklaw, Dwight Trible and Jesse Sharps.

album: Living Room

Plug Research PLG75

http://www.spacewaysradio.com/

http://www.plugresearch.com/

Joan as Police Woman: Happiness is a Violator (1.50)

This track is taken from the CD single version of Christobel: a track from Joan as Police Woman's acclaimed debut album released earlier this year. Joan Wasser (vocals/viola/guitar/keyboards); Ben Perowsky (drums); Rainy Orteca (bass/vocals)

Reveal Records REVEAL 16

http://www.reveal-records.com/

http://www.joanaspolicewoman.com/

Click here for more on this artist."

20061006"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic selection of music on CD, and report on an amazing sound sculpture from a wood in rural Kent, created by Jem Finer.

Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic selection of music on CD, and report on an amazing sound sculpture from a wood in rural Kent, created by Jem Finer.


Sex Mob: Pygmy Suite (5.06)

Sex Mob describe this album as 'an electro-acoustic fantasy inspired by Martin Denny'. Martin Denny was a composer associated with the Exotica movement, whose work was strongly influenced by Hawaiian styles.

Recorded live at Goodandevil Studio, Brooklyn, November 2005

Steven Bernstein (slide trumpet/mellophones/vocals); Briggan Krauss (alto sax/baritone sax); Tony Scherr (acoustic bass/acoustic guitar/vocals); Kenny Wollesen (drums/percussion/bird whistles/vibraphone); Goodandevil aka Chris Kelly and Danny Blume (programming/hi-jinks); Mike Dillon (tablas)

album: Sexotica

Thirsty Ear Blue Series THI 57171.2

http://www.sexmobmusic.com/

http://www.briggankrauss.com/

http://www.goodandevil.net/

DAM: Hibuna Ishtruna (4.41)

DAM is a leading Palestinian hip-hop group from a slum town near Jerusalem. Their name comes from the Arabic word for 'immortal', which is also the Hebrew word for 'blood'.

album: Idha'/Dedication

Red Circle Music WLRCM 001

http://www.dampalestine.com/

http://www.myspace.com/damrap

(Gilad Atzmon presents) Artie Fishel and the Promised Band: Radical Goose (5.12)

Artie Fishel/Gilad Atzmon (saxophone/vocal); Peter Foreskin/Asaf Sirkis (percussion); Jaco Pastrami/Yaron Stavi (bass); Shimson Gib Shoin/Eyal Maoz (guitar); McGoy Tyner/John Turville (piano); Gesher Rozen/Guillermo Rozenthuler (vocal); Salim Dion/Koby Israelite (accordion/vocal); Ovad Fretless/Ovidiu Fratila (violin) with Jihad Axman and the Palestinian Funkatirs: DJ Big Bobby Johnson/Tom Clark Hill; GW Push/Achashverosh; Israeli Air Force Lt Colonel Israel Israeli

album: Gilad Atzmon presents Artie Fishel and the Promised Band

WMD Records WMDCD001968

http://www.artiefishel.com/

http://www.myspace.com/artiefishel

Talk Less, Say More: Tell Me A True Story (5.11)

Talk Less, Say More is the work of Leeds University student Matthew Jennings, who records everything at his home studio. This track features the voice of Cardiff-based soprano Erika Jones, who is voicing an ode to the philosopher Descartes over Matthew's 'prog-hop beats'.

album: Meisha's Morning

http://www.talklesssaymore.co.uk/

Anla Courtis: Studio for Wire Plugs (1991) (2.13)

Recorded and mixed by Anla Courtis at Ornitivo Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Anla Courtis was a member of celebrated Argentinian experimentalists Reynols, and is noted for his experiments with cassette tapes. This track is one of his earliest forays in that format, dating from 15 years ago.

Technical equipment used: Uher Varicord 263 reel-to-reel tape recorder; Tascam 03; Art SGX LT; Equalizer MXR; Micromoog; DOD FX55B Supradistortion

album: Tape Works

Pogus Productions P21040-2

http://www.geocities.com/a_courtis/

http://www.pogus.com/

Leo Abrahams: Pendulum (6.11)

Leo Abrahams was born in 1977 and studied composition at the Royal Academy of Music. He is a guitarist who has collaborated extensively with Brian Eno and David Holmes. This track comes from his new solo album.

album: Scene Memory

Bip_hop bleep 33

http://www.leoabrahams.com/

http://www.bip-hop.com/

Jem Finer interview (13.08)

Jem Finer was a founding member of the Pogues, but more recently he has been putting his computer science training into practice as a creator of elaborate sound installations.

Jem Finer: Longplayer

Longplayer is a thousand-year long composition which began playing on 1 January 2000 and will finish on 31 December 2999. It can currently be heard at Trinity Buoy Wharf in East London, in a lighthouse built in 1863 for Michael Faraday's optical research.

Trinity Buoy Wharf, 64 Orchard Place, London E14 0JW

Jem Finer: Score for a Hole in the Ground

Score for a Hole in the Ground is the inaugural winner of the PRS Foundation New Music Award. It consists of a seven metre steel horn which amplifies the sound of drops of water dripping on to bells and percussion in a seven metre deep chamber below.

The installation can be found amongst the Beech Trees in King's Wood, Challock, Kent TN25 4AR

For King's Wood car park, take the turn off to Wye from the A251 at Challock, one mile from the roundabout.

http://elrino.co.uk/

http://www.scoreforaholeintheground.org/

http://www.prsfoundation.co.uk/newmusicaward

http://www.longplayer.org/

http://www.stourvalleyarts.org.uk/

Click here for coverage from news.bbc.co.uk

Jem Finer remixed by Scanner: Lp Remix: abstract (3.05)

This comes from a CD work-in-progress.Jem Finer has given 10 minutes of Longplayer to a number of musicians and sound artists to use as raw material in any way they wish. As well as Scanner, Janek Schaefer, Iris Garrelfs, si-{cut}.db, members of the Necks and Pierre Bastien have all been given segments.

album: Longplayer remix

This CD is due for release in the near future. More details will be available from the Longplayer website:

Mei Han and Paul Plimley: Emptied Diligence (2.55)

Mei Han is a Chinese scholar, with Masters degrees in Ethnomusicology from universities in China and Canada. Her instrument is the 25-stringed Chinese zither known as the zheng. Paul Plimley is an acclaimed Canadian pianist and composer.

album: Ume

Za Discs N-14

Za Discs, Box 1119 Stn A, Vancouver, BC Canada V6C 2T1

http://www.asza.com/

http://www.paulplimley.com/

Pere Ubu: Blue Velvet (5.49)

The current Pere Ubu line-up is David Thomas (vocals), Keith Molin退 (guitar/backing vocals/bass), Robert Wheeler (EML synthesiser/theremin), Michele Temple (bass) and Steve Mehlman (drums/percussion). They're joined here by Jack Kidney (harp). This track was born out of a studio improvisation.

album: Why I Hate Women

Glitterhouse Records GRCD651

http://www.ubuprojex.net/

http://www.glitterhouse.com/

The Life Force Trio: Space Flowers/Carousel (6.42)

The Life Force trio was formed by Los Angeles producer Carlos Niကo (also half of Ammoncontact). He enlisted the help of multi-instrumentalist and song-writer Dexter Story. The third member of the trio is a floating member. On this album, third members are Gaby Hernandez, Andres Renteria, Fabian Ammon, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Derf Reklaw, Dwight Trible and Jesse Sharps.

album: Living Room

Plug Research PLG75

http://www.spacewaysradio.com/

http://www.plugresearch.com/

Joan as Police Woman: Happiness is a Violator (1.50)

This track is taken from the CD single version of Christobel: a track from Joan as Police Woman's acclaimed debut album released earlier this year. Joan Wasser (vocals/viola/guitar/keyboards); Ben Perowsky (drums); Rainy Orteca (bass/vocals)

Reveal Records REVEAL 16

http://www.reveal-records.com/

http://www.joanaspolicewoman.com/

Click here for more on this artist."

20061006"Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic selection of music on CD, and report on an amazing sound sculpture from a wood in rural Kent, created by Jem Finer.

Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic selection of music on CD, and report on an amazing sound sculpture from a wood in rural Kent, created by Jem Finer.


Sex Mob: Pygmy Suite (5.06)

Sex Mob describe this album as 'an electro-acoustic fantasy inspired by Martin Denny'. Martin Denny was a composer associated with the Exotica movement, whose work was strongly influenced by Hawaiian styles.

Recorded live at Goodandevil Studio, Brooklyn, November 2005

Steven Bernstein (slide trumpet/mellophones/vocals); Briggan Krauss (alto sax/baritone sax); Tony Scherr (acoustic bass/acoustic guitar/vocals); Kenny Wollesen (drums/percussion/bird whistles/vibraphone); Goodandevil aka Chris Kelly and Danny Blume (programming/hi-jinks); Mike Dillon (tablas)

album: Sexotica

Thirsty Ear Blue Series THI 57171.2

http://www.sexmobmusic.com/

http://www.briggankrauss.com/

http://www.goodandevil.net/

DAM: Hibuna Ishtruna (4.41)

DAM is a leading Palestinian hip-hop group from a slum town near Jerusalem. Their name comes from the Arabic word for 'immortal', which is also the Hebrew word for 'blood'.

album: Idha'/Dedication

Red Circle Music WLRCM 001

http://www.dampalestine.com/

http://www.myspace.com/damrap

(Gilad Atzmon presents) Artie Fishel and the Promised Band: Radical Goose (5.12)

Artie Fishel/Gilad Atzmon (saxophone/vocal); Peter Foreskin/Asaf Sirkis (percussion); Jaco Pastrami/Yaron Stavi (bass); Shimson Gib Shoin/Eyal Maoz (guitar); McGoy Tyner/John Turville (piano); Gesher Rozen/Guillermo Rozenthuler (vocal); Salim Dion/Koby Israelite (accordion/vocal); Ovad Fretless/Ovidiu Fratila (violin) with Jihad Axman and the Palestinian Funkatirs: DJ Big Bobby Johnson/Tom Clark Hill; GW Push/Achashverosh; Israeli Air Force Lt Colonel Israel Israeli

album: Gilad Atzmon presents Artie Fishel and the Promised Band

WMD Records WMDCD001968

http://www.artiefishel.com/

http://www.myspace.com/artiefishel

Talk Less, Say More: Tell Me A True Story (5.11)

Talk Less, Say More is the work of Leeds University student Matthew Jennings, who records everything at his home studio. This track features the voice of Cardiff-based soprano Erika Jones, who is voicing an ode to the philosopher Descartes over Matthew's 'prog-hop beats'.

album: Meisha's Morning

http://www.talklesssaymore.co.uk/

Anla Courtis: Studio for Wire Plugs (1991) (2.13)

Recorded and mixed by Anla Courtis at Ornitivo Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Anla Courtis was a member of celebrated Argentinian experimentalists Reynols, and is noted for his experiments with cassette tapes. This track is one of his earliest forays in that format, dating from 15 years ago.

Technical equipment used: Uher Varicord 263 reel-to-reel tape recorder; Tascam 03; Art SGX LT; Equalizer MXR; Micromoog; DOD FX55B Supradistortion

album: Tape Works

Pogus Productions P21040-2

http://www.geocities.com/a_courtis/

http://www.pogus.com/

Leo Abrahams: Pendulum (6.11)

Leo Abrahams was born in 1977 and studied composition at the Royal Academy of Music. He is a guitarist who has collaborated extensively with Brian Eno and David Holmes. This track comes from his new solo album.

album: Scene Memory

Bip_hop bleep 33

http://www.leoabrahams.com/

http://www.bip-hop.com/

Jem Finer interview (13.08)

Jem Finer was a founding member of the Pogues, but more recently he has been putting his computer science training into practice as a creator of elaborate sound installations.

Jem Finer: Longplayer

Longplayer is a thousand-year long composition which began playing on 1 January 2000 and will finish on 31 December 2999. It can currently be heard at Trinity Buoy Wharf in East London, in a lighthouse built in 1863 for Michael Faraday's optical research.

Trinity Buoy Wharf, 64 Orchard Place, London E14 0JW

Jem Finer: Score for a Hole in the Ground

Score for a Hole in the Ground is the inaugural winner of the PRS Foundation New Music Award. It consists of a seven metre steel horn which amplifies the sound of drops of water dripping on to bells and percussion in a seven metre deep chamber below.

The installation can be found amongst the Beech Trees in King's Wood, Challock, Kent TN25 4AR

For King's Wood car park, take the turn off to Wye from the A251 at Challock, one mile from the roundabout.

http://elrino.co.uk/

http://www.scoreforaholeintheground.org/

http://www.prsfoundation.co.uk/newmusicaward

http://www.longplayer.org/

http://www.stourvalleyarts.org.uk/

Click here for coverage from news.bbc.co.uk

Jem Finer remixed by Scanner: Lp Remix: abstract (3.05)

This comes from a CD work-in-progress.Jem Finer has given 10 minutes of Longplayer to a number of musicians and sound artists to use as raw material in any way they wish. As well as Scanner, Janek Schaefer, Iris Garrelfs, si-{cut}.db, members of the Necks and Pierre Bastien have all been given segments.

album: Longplayer remix

This CD is due for release in the near future. More details will be available from the Longplayer website:

Mei Han and Paul Plimley: Emptied Diligence (2.55)

Mei Han is a Chinese scholar, with Masters degrees in Ethnomusicology from universities in China and Canada. Her instrument is the 25-stringed Chinese zither known as the zheng. Paul Plimley is an acclaimed Canadian pianist and composer.

album: Ume

Za Discs N-14

Za Discs, Box 1119 Stn A, Vancouver, BC Canada V6C 2T1

http://www.asza.com/

http://www.paulplimley.com/

Pere Ubu: Blue Velvet (5.49)

The current Pere Ubu line-up is David Thomas (vocals), Keith Molin退 (guitar/backing vocals/bass), Robert Wheeler (EML synthesiser/theremin), Michele Temple (bass) and Steve Mehlman (drums/percussion). They're joined here by Jack Kidney (harp). This track was born out of a studio improvisation.

album: Why I Hate Women

Glitterhouse Records GRCD651

http://www.ubuprojex.net/

http://www.glitterhouse.com/

The Life Force Trio: Space Flowers/Carousel (6.42)

The Life Force trio was formed by Los Angeles producer Carlos Niကo (also half of Ammoncontact). He enlisted the help of multi-instrumentalist and song-writer Dexter Story. The third member of the trio is a floating member. On this album, third members are Gaby Hernandez, Andres Renteria, Fabian Ammon, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Derf Reklaw, Dwight Trible and Jesse Sharps.

album: Living Room

Plug Research PLG75

http://www.spacewaysradio.com/

http://www.plugresearch.com/

Joan as Police Woman: Happiness is a Violator (1.50)

This track is taken from the CD single version of Christobel: a track from Joan as Police Woman's acclaimed debut album released earlier this year. Joan Wasser (vocals/viola/guitar/keyboards); Ben Perowsky (drums); Rainy Orteca (bass/vocals)

Reveal Records REVEAL 16

http://www.reveal-records.com/

http://www.joanaspolicewoman.com/

Click here for more on this artist.

Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic selection of music on CD, and report on an amazing sound sculpture from a wood in rural Kent, created by Jem Finer.


Sex Mob: Pygmy Suite (5.06)

Sex Mob describe this album as 'an electro-acoustic fantasy inspired by Martin Denny'. Martin Denny was a composer associated with the Exotica movement, whose work was strongly influenced by Hawaiian styles.

Recorded live at Goodandevil Studio, Brooklyn, November 2005

Steven Bernstein (slide trumpet/mellophones/vocals); Briggan Krauss (alto sax/baritone sax); Tony Scherr (acoustic bass/acoustic guitar/vocals); Kenny Wollesen (drums/percussion/bird whistles/vibraphone); Goodandevil aka Chris Kelly and Danny Blume (programming/hi-jinks); Mike Dillon (tablas)

album: Sexotica

Thirsty Ear Blue Series THI 57171.2

http://www.sexmobmusic.com/

http://www.briggankrauss.com/

http://www.goodandevil.net/

DAM: Hibuna Ishtruna (4.41)

DAM is a leading Palestinian hip-hop group from a slum town near Jerusalem. Their name comes from the Arabic word for 'immortal', which is also the Hebrew word for 'blood'.

album: Idha'/Dedication

Red Circle Music WLRCM 001

http://www.dampalestine.com/

http://www.myspace.com/damrap

(Gilad Atzmon presents) Artie Fishel and the Promised Band: Radical Goose (5.12)

Artie Fishel/Gilad Atzmon (saxophone/vocal); Peter Foreskin/Asaf Sirkis (percussion); Jaco Pastrami/Yaron Stavi (bass); Shimson Gib Shoin/Eyal Maoz (guitar); McGoy Tyner/John Turville (piano); Gesher Rozen/Guillermo Rozenthuler (vocal); Salim Dion/Koby Israelite (accordion/vocal); Ovad Fretless/Ovidiu Fratila (violin) with Jihad Axman and the Palestinian Funkatirs: DJ Big Bobby Johnson/Tom Clark Hill; GW Push/Achashverosh; Israeli Air Force Lt Colonel Israel Israeli

album: Gilad Atzmon presents Artie Fishel and the Promised Band

WMD Records WMDCD001968

http://www.artiefishel.com/

http://www.myspace.com/artiefishel

Talk Less, Say More: Tell Me A True Story (5.11)

Talk Less, Say More is the work of Leeds University student Matthew Jennings, who records everything at his home studio. This track features the voice of Cardiff-based soprano Erika Jones, who is voicing an ode to the philosopher Descartes over Matthew's 'prog-hop beats'.

album: Meisha's Morning

http://www.talklesssaymore.co.uk/

Anla Courtis: Studio for Wire Plugs (1991) (2.13)

Recorded and mixed by Anla Courtis at Ornitivo Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Anla Courtis was a member of celebrated Argentinian experimentalists Reynols, and is noted for his experiments with cassette tapes. This track is one of his earliest forays in that format, dating from 15 years ago.

Technical equipment used: Uher Varicord 263 reel-to-reel tape recorder; Tascam 03; Art SGX LT; Equalizer MXR; Micromoog; DOD FX55B Supradistortion

album: Tape Works

Pogus Productions P21040-2

http://www.geocities.com/a_courtis/

http://www.pogus.com/

Leo Abrahams: Pendulum (6.11)

Leo Abrahams was born in 1977 and studied composition at the Royal Academy of Music. He is a guitarist who has collaborated extensively with Brian Eno and David Holmes. This track comes from his new solo album.

album: Scene Memory

Bip_hop bleep 33

http://www.leoabrahams.com/

http://www.bip-hop.com/

Jem Finer interview (13.08)

Jem Finer was a founding member of the Pogues, but more recently he has been putting his computer science training into practice as a creator of elaborate sound installations.

Jem Finer: Longplayer

Longplayer is a thousand-year long composition which began playing on 1 January 2000 and will finish on 31 December 2999. It can currently be heard at Trinity Buoy Wharf in East London, in a lighthouse built in 1863 for Michael Faraday's optical research.

Trinity Buoy Wharf, 64 Orchard Place, London E14 0JW

Jem Finer: Score for a Hole in the Ground

Score for a Hole in the Ground is the inaugural winner of the PRS Foundation New Music Award. It consists of a seven metre steel horn which amplifies the sound of drops of water dripping on to bells and percussion in a seven metre deep chamber below.

The installation can be found amongst the Beech Trees in King's Wood, Challock, Kent TN25 4AR

For King's Wood car park, take the turn off to Wye from the A251 at Challock, one mile from the roundabout.

http://elrino.co.uk/

http://www.scoreforaholeintheground.org/

http://www.prsfoundation.co.uk/newmusicaward

http://www.longplayer.org/

http://www.stourvalleyarts.org.uk/

Click here for coverage from news.bbc.co.uk

Jem Finer remixed by Scanner: Lp Remix: abstract (3.05)

This comes from a CD work-in-progress.Jem Finer has given 10 minutes of Longplayer to a number of musicians and sound artists to use as raw material in any way they wish. As well as Scanner, Janek Schaefer, Iris Garrelfs, si-{cut}.db, members of the Necks and Pierre Bastien have all been given segments.

album: Longplayer remix

This CD is due for release in the near future. More details will be available from the Longplayer website:

http://www.longplayer.org/

Mei Han and Paul Plimley: Emptied Diligence (2.55)

Mei Han is a Chinese scholar, with Masters degrees in Ethnomusicology from universities in China and Canada. Her instrument is the 25-stringed Chinese zither known as the zheng. Paul Plimley is an acclaimed Canadian pianist and composer.

album: Ume

Za Discs N-14

Za Discs, Box 1119 Stn A, Vancouver, BC Canada V6C 2T1

http://www.asza.com/

http://www.paulplimley.com/

Pere Ubu: Blue Velvet (5.49)

The current Pere Ubu line-up is David Thomas (vocals), Keith Molin退 (guitar/backing vocals/bass), Robert Wheeler (EML synthesiser/theremin), Michele Temple (bass) and Steve Mehlman (drums/percussion). They're joined here by Jack Kidney (harp). This track was born out of a studio improvisation.

album: Why I Hate Women

Glitterhouse Records GRCD651

http://www.ubuprojex.net/

http://www.glitterhouse.com/

The Life Force Trio: Space Flowers/Carousel (6.42)

The Life Force trio was formed by Los Angeles producer Carlos Niကo (also half of Ammoncontact). He enlisted the help of multi-instrumentalist and song-writer Dexter Story. The third member of the trio is a floating member. On this album, third members are Gaby Hernandez, Andres Renteria, Fabian Ammon, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Derf Reklaw, Dwight Trible and Jesse Sharps.

album: Living Room

Plug Research PLG75

http://www.spacewaysradio.com/

http://www.plugresearch.com/

Joan as Police Woman: Happiness is a Violator (1.50)

This track is taken from the CD single version of Christobel: a track from Joan as Police Woman's acclaimed debut album released earlier this year. Joan Wasser (vocals/viola/guitar/keyboards); Ben Perowsky (drums); Rainy Orteca (bass/vocals)

Reveal Records REVEAL 16

http://www.reveal-records.com/

http://www.joanaspolicewoman.com/

Click here for more on this artist."

20061006Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic selection of music on CD, and report on an amazing sound sculpture from a wood in rural Kent, created by Jem Finer.
Sex Mob: Pygmy Suite (5.06)

Sex Mob describe this album as 'an electro-acoustic fantasy inspired by Martin Denny'. Martin Denny was a composer associated with the Exotica movement, whose work was strongly influenced by Hawaiian styles.

Recorded live at Goodandevil Studio, Brooklyn, November 2005

Steven Bernstein (slide trumpet/mellophones/vocals); Briggan Krauss (alto sax/baritone sax); Tony Scherr (acoustic bass/acoustic guitar/vocals); Kenny Wollesen (drums/percussion/bird whistles/vibraphone); Goodandevil aka Chris Kelly and Danny Blume (programming/hi-jinks); Mike Dillon (tablas)

album: Sexotica

Thirsty Ear Blue Series THI 57171.2

http://www.sexmobmusic.com/

http://www.briggankrauss.com/

http://www.goodandevil.net/

DAM: Hibuna Ishtruna (4.41)

DAM is a leading Palestinian hip-hop group from a slum town near Jerusalem. Their name comes from the Arabic word for 'immortal', which is also the Hebrew word for 'blood'.

album: Idha'/Dedication

Red Circle Music WLRCM 001

http://www.dampalestine.com/

http://www.myspace.com/damrap

(Gilad Atzmon presents) Artie Fishel and the Promised Band: Radical Goose (5.12)

Artie Fishel/Gilad Atzmon (saxophone/vocal); Peter Foreskin/Asaf Sirkis (percussion); Jaco Pastrami/Yaron Stavi (bass); Shimson Gib Shoin/Eyal Maoz (guitar); McGoy Tyner/John Turville (piano); Gesher Rozen/Guillermo Rozenthuler (vocal); Salim Dion/Koby Israelite (accordion/vocal); Ovad Fretless/Ovidiu Fratila (violin) with Jihad Axman and the Palestinian Funkatirs: DJ Big Bobby Johnson/Tom Clark Hill; GW Push/Achashverosh; Israeli Air Force Lt Colonel Israel Israeli

album: Gilad Atzmon presents Artie Fishel and the Promised Band

WMD Records WMDCD001968

http://www.artiefishel.com/

http://www.myspace.com/artiefishel

Talk Less, Say More: Tell Me A True Story (5.11)

Talk Less, Say More is the work of Leeds University student Matthew Jennings, who records everything at his home studio. This track features the voice of Cardiff-based soprano Erika Jones, who is voicing an ode to the philosopher Descartes over Matthew's 'prog-hop beats'.

album: Meisha's Morning

http://www.talklesssaymore.co.uk/

Anla Courtis: Studio for Wire Plugs (1991) (2.13)

Recorded and mixed by Anla Courtis at Ornitivo Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Anla Courtis was a member of celebrated Argentinian experimentalists Reynols, and is noted for his experiments with cassette tapes. This track is one of his earliest forays in that format, dating from 15 years ago.

Technical equipment used: Uher Varicord 263 reel-to-reel tape recorder; Tascam 03; Art SGX LT; Equalizer MXR; Micromoog; DOD FX55B Supradistortion

album: Tape Works

Pogus Productions P21040-2

http://www.geocities.com/a_courtis/

http://www.pogus.com/

Leo Abrahams: Pendulum (6.11)

Leo Abrahams was born in 1977 and studied composition at the Royal Academy of Music. He is a guitarist who has collaborated extensively with Brian Eno and David Holmes. This track comes from his new solo album.

album: Scene Memory

Bip_hop bleep 33

http://www.leoabrahams.com/

http://www.bip-hop.com/

Jem Finer interview (13.08)

Jem Finer was a founding member of the Pogues, but more recently he has been putting his computer science training into practice as a creator of elaborate sound installations.

Jem Finer: Longplayer

Longplayer is a thousand-year long composition which began playing on 1 January 2000 and will finish on 31 December 2999. It can currently be heard at Trinity Buoy Wharf in East London, in a lighthouse built in 1863 for Michael Faraday's optical research.

Trinity Buoy Wharf, 64 Orchard Place, London E14 0JW

Jem Finer: Score for a Hole in the Ground

Score for a Hole in the Ground is the inaugural winner of the PRS Foundation New Music Award. It consists of a seven metre steel horn which amplifies the sound of drops of water dripping on to bells and percussion in a seven metre deep chamber below.

The installation can be found amongst the Beech Trees in King's Wood, Challock, Kent TN25 4AR

For King's Wood car park, take the turn off to Wye from the A251 at Challock, one mile from the roundabout.

http://elrino.co.uk/

http://www.scoreforaholeintheground.org/

http://www.prsfoundation.co.uk/newmusicaward

http://www.longplayer.org/

http://www.stourvalleyarts.org.uk/

Click here for coverage from news.bbc.co.uk

Jem Finer remixed by Scanner: Lp Remix: abstract (3.05)

This comes from a CD work-in-progress.Jem Finer has given 10 minutes of Longplayer to a number of musicians and sound artists to use as raw material in any way they wish. As well as Scanner, Janek Schaefer, Iris Garrelfs, si-{cut}.db, members of the Necks and Pierre Bastien have all been given segments.

album: Longplayer remix

This CD is due for release in the near future. More details will be available from the Longplayer website:

http://www.longplayer.org/

Mei Han and Paul Plimley: Emptied Diligence (2.55)

Mei Han is a Chinese scholar, with Masters degrees in Ethnomusicology from universities in China and Canada. Her instrument is the 25-stringed Chinese zither known as the zheng. Paul Plimley is an acclaimed Canadian pianist and composer.

album: Ume

Za Discs N-14

Za Discs, Box 1119 Stn A, Vancouver, BC Canada V6C 2T1

http://www.asza.com/

http://www.paulplimley.com/

Pere Ubu: Blue Velvet (5.49)

The current Pere Ubu line-up is David Thomas (vocals), Keith Molin退 (guitar/backing vocals/bass), Robert Wheeler (EML synthesiser/theremin), Michele Temple (bass) and Steve Mehlman (drums/percussion). They're joined here by Jack Kidney (harp). This track was born out of a studio improvisation.

album: Why I Hate Women

Glitterhouse Records GRCD651

http://www.ubuprojex.net/

http://www.glitterhouse.com/

The Life Force Trio: Space Flowers/Carousel (6.42)

The Life Force trio was formed by Los Angeles producer Carlos Niကo (also half of Ammoncontact). He enlisted the help of multi-instrumentalist and song-writer Dexter Story. The third member of the trio is a floating member. On this album, third members are Gaby Hernandez, Andres Renteria, Fabian Ammon, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Derf Reklaw, Dwight Trible and Jesse Sharps.

album: Living Room

Plug Research PLG75

http://www.spacewaysradio.com/

http://www.plugresearch.com/

Joan as Police Woman: Happiness is a Violator (1.50)

This track is taken from the CD single version of Christobel: a track from Joan as Police Woman's acclaimed debut album released earlier this year. Joan Wasser (vocals/viola/guitar/keyboards); Ben Perowsky (drums); Rainy Orteca (bass/vocals)

Reveal Records REVEAL 16

http://www.reveal-records.com/

http://www.joanaspolicewoman.com/

Click here for more on this artist.

20061006Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic selection of music on CD, and report on an amazing sound sculpture from a wood in rural Kent, created by Jem Finer.

Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic selection of music on CD, and report on an amazing sound sculpture from a wood in rural Kent, created by Jem Finer.


Sex Mob: Pygmy Suite (5.06)

Sex Mob describe this album as 'an electro-acoustic fantasy inspired by Martin Denny'. Martin Denny was a composer associated with the Exotica movement, whose work was strongly influenced by Hawaiian styles.

Recorded live at Goodandevil Studio, Brooklyn, November 2005

Steven Bernstein (slide trumpet/mellophones/vocals); Briggan Krauss (alto sax/baritone sax); Tony Scherr (acoustic bass/acoustic guitar/vocals); Kenny Wollesen (drums/percussion/bird whistles/vibraphone); Goodandevil aka Chris Kelly and Danny Blume (programming/hi-jinks); Mike Dillon (tablas)

album: Sexotica

Thirsty Ear Blue Series THI 57171.2

http://www.sexmobmusic.com/

http://www.briggankrauss.com/

http://www.goodandevil.net/

DAM: Hibuna Ishtruna (4.41)

DAM is a leading Palestinian hip-hop group from a slum town near Jerusalem. Their name comes from the Arabic word for 'immortal', which is also the Hebrew word for 'blood'.

album: Idha'/Dedication

Red Circle Music WLRCM 001

http://www.dampalestine.com/

http://www.myspace.com/damrap

(Gilad Atzmon presents) Artie Fishel and the Promised Band: Radical Goose (5.12)

Artie Fishel/Gilad Atzmon (saxophone/vocal); Peter Foreskin/Asaf Sirkis (percussion); Jaco Pastrami/Yaron Stavi (bass); Shimson Gib Shoin/Eyal Maoz (guitar); McGoy Tyner/John Turville (piano); Gesher Rozen/Guillermo Rozenthuler (vocal); Salim Dion/Koby Israelite (accordion/vocal); Ovad Fretless/Ovidiu Fratila (violin) with Jihad Axman and the Palestinian Funkatirs: DJ Big Bobby Johnson/Tom Clark Hill; GW Push/Achashverosh; Israeli Air Force Lt Colonel Israel Israeli

album: Gilad Atzmon presents Artie Fishel and the Promised Band

WMD Records WMDCD001968

http://www.artiefishel.com/

http://www.myspace.com/artiefishel

Talk Less, Say More: Tell Me A True Story (5.11)

Talk Less, Say More is the work of Leeds University student Matthew Jennings, who records everything at his home studio. This track features the voice of Cardiff-based soprano Erika Jones, who is voicing an ode to the philosopher Descartes over Matthew's 'prog-hop beats'.

album: Meisha's Morning

http://www.talklesssaymore.co.uk/

Anla Courtis: Studio for Wire Plugs (1991) (2.13)

Recorded and mixed by Anla Courtis at Ornitivo Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Anla Courtis was a member of celebrated Argentinian experimentalists Reynols, and is noted for his experiments with cassette tapes. This track is one of his earliest forays in that format, dating from 15 years ago.

Technical equipment used: Uher Varicord 263 reel-to-reel tape recorder; Tascam 03; Art SGX LT; Equalizer MXR; Micromoog; DOD FX55B Supradistortion

album: Tape Works

Pogus Productions P21040-2

http://www.geocities.com/a_courtis/

http://www.pogus.com/

Leo Abrahams: Pendulum (6.11)

Leo Abrahams was born in 1977 and studied composition at the Royal Academy of Music. He is a guitarist who has collaborated extensively with Brian Eno and David Holmes. This track comes from his new solo album.

album: Scene Memory

Bip_hop bleep 33

http://www.leoabrahams.com/

http://www.bip-hop.com/

Jem Finer interview (13.08)

Jem Finer was a founding member of the Pogues, but more recently he has been putting his computer science training into practice as a creator of elaborate sound installations.

Jem Finer: Longplayer

Longplayer is a thousand-year long composition which began playing on 1 January 2000 and will finish on 31 December 2999. It can currently be heard at Trinity Buoy Wharf in East London, in a lighthouse built in 1863 for Michael Faraday's optical research.

Trinity Buoy Wharf, 64 Orchard Place, London E14 0JW

Jem Finer: Score for a Hole in the Ground

Score for a Hole in the Ground is the inaugural winner of the PRS Foundation New Music Award. It consists of a seven metre steel horn which amplifies the sound of drops of water dripping on to bells and percussion in a seven metre deep chamber below.

The installation can be found amongst the Beech Trees in King's Wood, Challock, Kent TN25 4AR

For King's Wood car park, take the turn off to Wye from the A251 at Challock, one mile from the roundabout.

http://elrino.co.uk/

http://www.scoreforaholeintheground.org/

http://www.prsfoundation.co.uk/newmusicaward

http://www.longplayer.org/

http://www.stourvalleyarts.org.uk/

Click here for coverage from news.bbc.co.uk

Jem Finer remixed by Scanner: Lp Remix: abstract (3.05)

This comes from a CD work-in-progress.Jem Finer has given 10 minutes of Longplayer to a number of musicians and sound artists to use as raw material in any way they wish. As well as Scanner, Janek Schaefer, Iris Garrelfs, si-{cut}.db, members of the Necks and Pierre Bastien have all been given segments.

album: Longplayer remix

This CD is due for release in the near future. More details will be available from the Longplayer website:

Mei Han and Paul Plimley: Emptied Diligence (2.55)

Mei Han is a Chinese scholar, with Masters degrees in Ethnomusicology from universities in China and Canada. Her instrument is the 25-stringed Chinese zither known as the zheng. Paul Plimley is an acclaimed Canadian pianist and composer.

album: Ume

Za Discs N-14

Za Discs, Box 1119 Stn A, Vancouver, BC Canada V6C 2T1

http://www.asza.com/

http://www.paulplimley.com/

Pere Ubu: Blue Velvet (5.49)

The current Pere Ubu line-up is David Thomas (vocals), Keith Molin退 (guitar/backing vocals/bass), Robert Wheeler (EML synthesiser/theremin), Michele Temple (bass) and Steve Mehlman (drums/percussion). They're joined here by Jack Kidney (harp). This track was born out of a studio improvisation.

album: Why I Hate Women

Glitterhouse Records GRCD651

http://www.ubuprojex.net/

http://www.glitterhouse.com/

The Life Force Trio: Space Flowers/Carousel (6.42)

The Life Force trio was formed by Los Angeles producer Carlos Niကo (also half of Ammoncontact). He enlisted the help of multi-instrumentalist and song-writer Dexter Story. The third member of the trio is a floating member. On this album, third members are Gaby Hernandez, Andres Renteria, Fabian Ammon, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Derf Reklaw, Dwight Trible and Jesse Sharps.

album: Living Room

Plug Research PLG75

http://www.spacewaysradio.com/

http://www.plugresearch.com/

Joan as Police Woman: Happiness is a Violator (1.50)

This track is taken from the CD single version of Christobel: a track from Joan as Police Woman's acclaimed debut album released earlier this year. Joan Wasser (vocals/viola/guitar/keyboards); Ben Perowsky (drums); Rainy Orteca (bass/vocals)

Reveal Records REVEAL 16

http://www.reveal-records.com/

http://www.joanaspolicewoman.com/

Click here for more on this artist.

20061006Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic selection of music on CD, and report on an amazing sound sculpture from a wood in rural Kent, created by Jem Finer.
20061013"Lazy B: Underwear Goes Inside the Pants (4.55)

Lazy B is Danish producer Søren Nystrøm Rasted, formerly of pop band Aqua. The featured stand-up comedian on this track is New Yorker Greg Giraldo. This record was a huge hit in the United States.

album: Lazy B TV

Universal 9857247

http://www.lazyboytv.com/

http://greggiraldo.com/

Kemper Norton 23: Average Domestic Usage (4.00)

This comes from a concept album project by the Cornish collective known as Kemper Norton. They have invited their musical associates to join them in producing pieces of music around the theme of south west water. This works on two levels, being a celebration of water in all its forms in south west England (from 'drizzle in Plymouth' to 'crowded beaches' to 'fizzy water in a Padstow restaurant') and also a protest against what they see as the 'corporate greed' of water companies in the region.

album: KN Sampler

Not commercially available yet

http://www.tagworld.com/kempernorton23

http://www.myspace.com/kempernorton

The Necks: Buoyant (5.10)

The Necks are the Australian trio of Chris Abrahams (piano/organ/keyboards), Tony Buck (drums/percussion/guitar) and Lloyd Swanton (bass).

album: Chemist

ReR Megacorp NECK57

http://www.thenecks.com/

http://www.rermegacorp.com/

Click here for a review of this album

ISWHAT?!: Kashmir (4.23)

In June this year Mixing It featured a track from a new Roy Nathanson album Sotto Voce (Aum Fidelity AUM037). The track featured vocalist and human beatboxer Napoleon Maddox, who subsequently contacted Mixing It about his own project ISWHAT?! This is their version of the old Led Zeppelin number.

Napoleon Maddox (vocals/human beatbox); Jack Walker (tenor sax); Matthew Anderson (acoustic bass); recorded at Artswatch in Louisville, Kentucky

album: The Life We Chose

Hyena Records HYN 9351

http://www.myspace.com/iswhatsince1997

http://www.hyenarecords.com/

Nurse With Wound: Rock 'n Roll Station (6.33)

This comes from the recently re-released Nurse With Wound album that originally appeared in 1994.

Steven Stapleton (things that make noise); Colin Potter (things that change noise) with Peat Bog (didgeridoo/rhythm guitar)

album: Rock 'n Roll Station

Beta-lactam Ring Records 75390-71414-29

http://brainwashed.com/nww/

http://www.blrrecords.com/

Girl Talk: Smash Your Head (3.04)

Girl Talk is the alias of Gregg Gillis, a master of the cut-up, as evidenced in this track which borrows from Quincy Jones and Elton John, amongst others. This is from Greg's third album as Girl Talk, which has been described by Negativland as 'a plunderphonics party record'.

album: Night Ripper

Illegal Art IA113

http://www.girl-talk.net/

http://www.myspace.com/girltalkmusic

http://www.illegalart.net/

Awol One: Underground Killz - feat. 2Mex & KRS-One (5.58)

This track by the Californian hip-hop producer and DJ features vocal contributions from 2Mex of the Visionaries and Songodsuns, and KRS-One of Boogie Down Productions.

album: The War of Art

Cornerstone RAS CRAS-CD-052

http://www.awolone.com/

http://www.theshapeshifters.net/

http://www.cornerstoneras.com/

Asmus Tietchens: Zu viele dicke Kinder (4.04)

This record originally came out 20 years ago, and was intended to reflect the sense of nuclear paranoia and fear that abounded in that era. And although Asmus Tietchens didn't consider himself to be part of the industrial music movement of the time, he did feel a thematic empathy for it.

album: Geboren, um zu Dienen

Die Stadt DS 92

http://www.diestadtmusik.de/

http://www.tietchens.de/

President of the Globe: Grashupfer (6.26)

Translation by Oskar Pastior

Elisa Roep (soprano voice); Alec Kopyt (voice); Tobias Klein (clarinets/alto sax/live electronics); Albert van Veenendaal (prepared piano/sampler); Meinrad Kneer (bass)

Velimir Chlebnikov was a Russian Futurist poet. The Russian Futurists flourished in St Petersburg around 1912, and invented their own language called 'Zaum'. They also founded the Society of 317 Wise Men, which was meant to rule the world. After the Russian Revolution, Chlebnikov joined the Red Army and went to Persia. He died of under-nourishment and exhaustion at the age of 36, and the words 'The First President of the Globe' were inscribed on his coffin.

album: Music around the poetry of Velimir Chlebnikov (1885-1922)

Trytone TT 559-032

http://www.presidentoftheglobe.nl/

http://www.trytone.org/

J hann J hannsson: The sun's gone dim and the sky's turned black (5.35)

This is from the new album by the Icelandic composer and member of Apparat Organ Quartet. It's based on music that was created by his father, using the first ever computer in Iceland, which was an IBM 1401 Data Processing System. With the help of the choreographer Erna Ӏmarsdottir, he has developed the album into a touring dance piece.

album: IBM 1401, A User's Manual

4AD CAD 2609 CD

http://www.johannjohannsson.com/

http://www.4ad.com/

http://www.id.is/

Laurie Anderson: The Fifth Plague (3.22)

Scott Walker: Darkness (3.43)

These two tracks come from an album put together at the suggestion of the British Arts Organisation known as Artangel, to accompany the event which took place in September called the Margate Exodus. There these songs were sung by local musicians, but here they are sung by internationally renowned artists including Rufus Wainwright, Robert Wyatt, Stephin Merritt and Brian Eno. The concept is based around the ten Biblical plagues from the book of Exodus. Here, Laurie Anderson takes on the Death of Livestock, and Scott Walker tackles Darkness.

album: Plague Songs

4AD CAD 2616 CD

http://www.margateexodus.org.uk/

http://www.4ad.com/

Akron/Family: Love and Space (3.34)

The Brooklyn four-piece have a new album out, which concludes with this favourite from their incendiary live shows.

album: Meek Warrior

Young God Records YG33

http://www.akronfamily.com/

http://www.younggodrecords.com/."

20061013"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Lazy B: Underwear Goes Inside the Pants (4.55)

Lazy B is Danish producer Søren Nystrøm Rasted, formerly of pop band Aqua. The featured stand-up comedian on this track is New Yorker Greg Giraldo. This record was a huge hit in the United States.

album: Lazy B TV

Universal 9857247

http://www.lazyboytv.com/

http://greggiraldo.com/

Kemper Norton 23: Average Domestic Usage (4.00)

This comes from a concept album project by the Cornish collective known as Kemper Norton. They have invited their musical associates to join them in producing pieces of music around the theme of south west water. This works on two levels, being a celebration of water in all its forms in south west England (from 'drizzle in Plymouth' to 'crowded beaches' to 'fizzy water in a Padstow restaurant') and also a protest against what they see as the 'corporate greed' of water companies in the region.

album: KN Sampler

Not commercially available yet

http://www.tagworld.com/kempernorton23

http://www.myspace.com/kempernorton

The Necks: Buoyant (5.10)

The Necks are the Australian trio of Chris Abrahams (piano/organ/keyboards), Tony Buck (drums/percussion/guitar) and Lloyd Swanton (bass).

album: Chemist

ReR Megacorp NECK57

http://www.thenecks.com/

http://www.rermegacorp.com/

Click here for a review of this album

ISWHAT?!: Kashmir (4.23)

In June this year Mixing It featured a track from a new Roy Nathanson album Sotto Voce (Aum Fidelity AUM037). The track featured vocalist and human beatboxer Napoleon Maddox, who subsequently contacted Mixing It about his own project ISWHAT?! This is their version of the old Led Zeppelin number.

Napoleon Maddox (vocals/human beatbox); Jack Walker (tenor sax); Matthew Anderson (acoustic bass); recorded at Artswatch in Louisville, Kentucky

album: The Life We Chose

Hyena Records HYN 9351

http://www.myspace.com/iswhatsince1997

http://www.hyenarecords.com/

Nurse With Wound: Rock 'n Roll Station (6.33)

This comes from the recently re-released Nurse With Wound album that originally appeared in 1994.

Steven Stapleton (things that make noise); Colin Potter (things that change noise) with Peat Bog (didgeridoo/rhythm guitar)

album: Rock 'n Roll Station

Beta-lactam Ring Records 75390-71414-29

http://brainwashed.com/nww/

http://www.blrrecords.com/

Girl Talk: Smash Your Head (3.04)

Girl Talk is the alias of Gregg Gillis, a master of the cut-up, as evidenced in this track which borrows from Quincy Jones and Elton John, amongst others. This is from Greg's third album as Girl Talk, which has been described by Negativland as 'a plunderphonics party record'.

album: Night Ripper

Illegal Art IA113

http://www.girl-talk.net/

http://www.myspace.com/girltalkmusic

http://www.illegalart.net/

Awol One: Underground Killz - feat. 2Mex and KRS-One (5.58)

This track by the Californian hip-hop producer and DJ features vocal contributions from 2Mex of the Visionaries and Songodsuns, and KRS-One of Boogie Down Productions.

album: The War of Art

Cornerstone RAS CRAS-CD-052

http://www.awolone.com/

http://www.theshapeshifters.net/

http://www.cornerstoneras.com/

Asmus Tietchens: Zu viele dicke Kinder (4.04)

This record originally came out 20 years ago, and was intended to reflect the sense of nuclear paranoia and fear that abounded in that era. And although Asmus Tietchens didn't consider himself to be part of the industrial music movement of the time, he did feel a thematic empathy for it.

album: Geboren, um zu Dienen

Die Stadt DS 92

http://www.diestadtmusik.de/

http://www.tietchens.de/

President of the Globe: Grashupfer (6.26)

Translation by Oskar Pastior

Elisa Roep (soprano voice); Alec Kopyt (voice); Tobias Klein (clarinets/alto sax/live electronics); Albert van Veenendaal (prepared piano/sampler); Meinrad Kneer (bass)

Velimir Chlebnikov was a Russian Futurist poet. The Russian Futurists flourished in St Petersburg around 1912, and invented their own language called 'Zaum'. They also founded the Society of 317 Wise Men, which was meant to rule the world. After the Russian Revolution, Chlebnikov joined the Red Army and went to Persia. He died of under-nourishment and exhaustion at the age of 36, and the words 'The First President of the Globe' were inscribed on his coffin.

album: Music around the poetry of Velimir Chlebnikov (1885-1922)

Trytone TT 559-032

http://www.presidentoftheglobe.nl/

http://www.trytone.org/

J hann J hannsson: The sun's gone dim and the sky's turned black (5.35)

This is from the new album by the Icelandic composer and member of Apparat Organ Quartet. It's based on music that was created by his father, using the first ever computer in Iceland, which was an IBM 1401 Data Processing System. With the help of the choreographer Erna Ӏmarsdottir, he has developed the album into a touring dance piece.

album: IBM 1401, A User's Manual

4AD CAD 2609 CD

http://www.johannjohannsson.com/

http://www.4ad.com/

http://www.id.is/

Laurie Anderson: The Fifth Plague (3.22)

Scott Walker: Darkness (3.43)

These two tracks come from an album put together at the suggestion of the British Arts Organisation known as Artangel, to accompany the event which took place in September called the Margate Exodus. There these songs were sung by local musicians, but here they are sung by internationally renowned artists including Rufus Wainwright, Robert Wyatt, Stephin Merritt and Brian Eno. The concept is based around the ten Biblical plagues from the book of Exodus. Here, Laurie Anderson takes on the Death of Livestock, and Scott Walker tackles Darkness.

album: Plague Songs

4AD CAD 2616 CD

http://www.margateexodus.org.uk/

Akron/Family: Love and Space (3.34)

The Brooklyn four-piece have a new album out, which concludes with this favourite from their incendiary live shows.

album: Meek Warrior

Young God Records YG33

http://www.akronfamily.com/

http://www.younggodrecords.com/."

20061013"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Lazy B: Underwear Goes Inside the Pants (4.55)

Lazy B is Danish producer Søren Nystrøm Rasted, formerly of pop band Aqua. The featured stand-up comedian on this track is New Yorker Greg Giraldo. This record was a huge hit in the United States.

album: Lazy B TV

Universal 9857247

http://www.lazyboytv.com/

http://greggiraldo.com/

Kemper Norton 23: Average Domestic Usage (4.00)

This comes from a concept album project by the Cornish collective known as Kemper Norton. They have invited their musical associates to join them in producing pieces of music around the theme of south west water. This works on two levels, being a celebration of water in all its forms in south west England (from 'drizzle in Plymouth' to 'crowded beaches' to 'fizzy water in a Padstow restaurant') and also a protest against what they see as the 'corporate greed' of water companies in the region.

album: KN Sampler

Not commercially available yet

http://www.tagworld.com/kempernorton23

http://www.myspace.com/kempernorton

The Necks: Buoyant (5.10)

The Necks are the Australian trio of Chris Abrahams (piano/organ/keyboards), Tony Buck (drums/percussion/guitar) and Lloyd Swanton (bass).

album: Chemist

ReR Megacorp NECK57

http://www.thenecks.com/

http://www.rermegacorp.com/

Click here for a review of this album

ISWHAT?!: Kashmir (4.23)

In June this year Mixing It featured a track from a new Roy Nathanson album Sotto Voce (Aum Fidelity AUM037). The track featured vocalist and human beatboxer Napoleon Maddox, who subsequently contacted Mixing It about his own project ISWHAT?! This is their version of the old Led Zeppelin number.

Napoleon Maddox (vocals/human beatbox); Jack Walker (tenor sax); Matthew Anderson (acoustic bass); recorded at Artswatch in Louisville, Kentucky

album: The Life We Chose

Hyena Records HYN 9351

http://www.myspace.com/iswhatsince1997

http://www.hyenarecords.com/

Nurse With Wound: Rock 'n Roll Station (6.33)

This comes from the recently re-released Nurse With Wound album that originally appeared in 1994.

Steven Stapleton (things that make noise); Colin Potter (things that change noise) with Peat Bog (didgeridoo/rhythm guitar)

album: Rock 'n Roll Station

Beta-lactam Ring Records 75390-71414-29

http://brainwashed.com/nww/

http://www.blrrecords.com/

Girl Talk: Smash Your Head (3.04)

Girl Talk is the alias of Gregg Gillis, a master of the cut-up, as evidenced in this track which borrows from Quincy Jones and Elton John, amongst others. This is from Greg's third album as Girl Talk, which has been described by Negativland as 'a plunderphonics party record'.

album: Night Ripper

Illegal Art IA113

http://www.girl-talk.net/

http://www.myspace.com/girltalkmusic

http://www.illegalart.net/

Awol One: Underground Killz - feat. 2Mex and KRS-One (5.58)

This track by the Californian hip-hop producer and DJ features vocal contributions from 2Mex of the Visionaries and Songodsuns, and KRS-One of Boogie Down Productions.

album: The War of Art

Cornerstone RAS CRAS-CD-052

http://www.awolone.com/

http://www.theshapeshifters.net/

http://www.cornerstoneras.com/

Asmus Tietchens: Zu viele dicke Kinder (4.04)

This record originally came out 20 years ago, and was intended to reflect the sense of nuclear paranoia and fear that abounded in that era. And although Asmus Tietchens didn't consider himself to be part of the industrial music movement of the time, he did feel a thematic empathy for it.

album: Geboren, um zu Dienen

Die Stadt DS 92

http://www.diestadtmusik.de/

http://www.tietchens.de/

President of the Globe: Grashupfer (6.26)

Translation by Oskar Pastior

Elisa Roep (soprano voice); Alec Kopyt (voice); Tobias Klein (clarinets/alto sax/live electronics); Albert van Veenendaal (prepared piano/sampler); Meinrad Kneer (bass)

Velimir Chlebnikov was a Russian Futurist poet. The Russian Futurists flourished in St Petersburg around 1912, and invented their own language called 'Zaum'. They also founded the Society of 317 Wise Men, which was meant to rule the world. After the Russian Revolution, Chlebnikov joined the Red Army and went to Persia. He died of under-nourishment and exhaustion at the age of 36, and the words 'The First President of the Globe' were inscribed on his coffin.

album: Music around the poetry of Velimir Chlebnikov (1885-1922)

Trytone TT 559-032

http://www.presidentoftheglobe.nl/

http://www.trytone.org/

J hann J hannsson: The sun's gone dim and the sky's turned black (5.35)

This is from the new album by the Icelandic composer and member of Apparat Organ Quartet. It's based on music that was created by his father, using the first ever computer in Iceland, which was an IBM 1401 Data Processing System. With the help of the choreographer Erna Ӏmarsdottir, he has developed the album into a touring dance piece.

album: IBM 1401, A User's Manual

4AD CAD 2609 CD

http://www.johannjohannsson.com/

http://www.4ad.com/

http://www.id.is/

Laurie Anderson: The Fifth Plague (3.22)

Scott Walker: Darkness (3.43)

These two tracks come from an album put together at the suggestion of the British Arts Organisation known as Artangel, to accompany the event which took place in September called the Margate Exodus. There these songs were sung by local musicians, but here they are sung by internationally renowned artists including Rufus Wainwright, Robert Wyatt, Stephin Merritt and Brian Eno. The concept is based around the ten Biblical plagues from the book of Exodus. Here, Laurie Anderson takes on the Death of Livestock, and Scott Walker tackles Darkness.

album: Plague Songs

4AD CAD 2616 CD

http://www.margateexodus.org.uk/

Akron/Family: Love and Space (3.34)

The Brooklyn four-piece have a new album out, which concludes with this favourite from their incendiary live shows.

album: Meek Warrior

Young God Records YG33

http://www.akronfamily.com/

http://www.younggodrecords.com/.

Lazy B: Underwear Goes Inside the Pants (4.55)

Lazy B is Danish producer Søren Nystrøm Rasted, formerly of pop band Aqua. The featured stand-up comedian on this track is New Yorker Greg Giraldo. This record was a huge hit in the United States.

album: Lazy B TV

Universal 9857247

http://www.lazyboytv.com/

http://greggiraldo.com/

Kemper Norton 23: Average Domestic Usage (4.00)

This comes from a concept album project by the Cornish collective known as Kemper Norton. They have invited their musical associates to join them in producing pieces of music around the theme of south west water. This works on two levels, being a celebration of water in all its forms in south west England (from 'drizzle in Plymouth' to 'crowded beaches' to 'fizzy water in a Padstow restaurant') and also a protest against what they see as the 'corporate greed' of water companies in the region.

album: KN Sampler

Not commercially available yet

http://www.tagworld.com/kempernorton23

http://www.myspace.com/kempernorton

The Necks: Buoyant (5.10)

The Necks are the Australian trio of Chris Abrahams (piano/organ/keyboards), Tony Buck (drums/percussion/guitar) and Lloyd Swanton (bass).

album: Chemist

ReR Megacorp NECK57

http://www.thenecks.com/

http://www.rermegacorp.com/

Click here for a review of this album

ISWHAT?!: Kashmir (4.23)

In June this year Mixing It featured a track from a new Roy Nathanson album Sotto Voce (Aum Fidelity AUM037). The track featured vocalist and human beatboxer Napoleon Maddox, who subsequently contacted Mixing It about his own project ISWHAT?! This is their version of the old Led Zeppelin number.

Napoleon Maddox (vocals/human beatbox); Jack Walker (tenor sax); Matthew Anderson (acoustic bass); recorded at Artswatch in Louisville, Kentucky

album: The Life We Chose

Hyena Records HYN 9351

http://www.myspace.com/iswhatsince1997

http://www.hyenarecords.com/

Nurse With Wound: Rock 'n Roll Station (6.33)

This comes from the recently re-released Nurse With Wound album that originally appeared in 1994.

Steven Stapleton (things that make noise); Colin Potter (things that change noise) with Peat Bog (didgeridoo/rhythm guitar)

album: Rock 'n Roll Station

Beta-lactam Ring Records 75390-71414-29

http://brainwashed.com/nww/

http://www.blrrecords.com/

Girl Talk: Smash Your Head (3.04)

Girl Talk is the alias of Gregg Gillis, a master of the cut-up, as evidenced in this track which borrows from Quincy Jones and Elton John, amongst others. This is from Greg's third album as Girl Talk, which has been described by Negativland as 'a plunderphonics party record'.

album: Night Ripper

Illegal Art IA113

http://www.girl-talk.net/

http://www.myspace.com/girltalkmusic

http://www.illegalart.net/

Awol One: Underground Killz - feat. 2Mex & KRS-One (5.58)

This track by the Californian hip-hop producer and DJ features vocal contributions from 2Mex of the Visionaries and Songodsuns, and KRS-One of Boogie Down Productions.

album: The War of Art

Cornerstone RAS CRAS-CD-052

http://www.awolone.com/

http://www.theshapeshifters.net/

http://www.cornerstoneras.com/

Asmus Tietchens: Zu viele dicke Kinder (4.04)

This record originally came out 20 years ago, and was intended to reflect the sense of nuclear paranoia and fear that abounded in that era. And although Asmus Tietchens didn't consider himself to be part of the industrial music movement of the time, he did feel a thematic empathy for it.

album: Geboren, um zu Dienen

Die Stadt DS 92

http://www.diestadtmusik.de/

http://www.tietchens.de/

President of the Globe: Grashupfer (6.26)

Translation by Oskar Pastior

Elisa Roep (soprano voice); Alec Kopyt (voice); Tobias Klein (clarinets/alto sax/live electronics); Albert van Veenendaal (prepared piano/sampler); Meinrad Kneer (bass)

Velimir Chlebnikov was a Russian Futurist poet. The Russian Futurists flourished in St Petersburg around 1912, and invented their own language called 'Zaum'. They also founded the Society of 317 Wise Men, which was meant to rule the world. After the Russian Revolution, Chlebnikov joined the Red Army and went to Persia. He died of under-nourishment and exhaustion at the age of 36, and the words 'The First President of the Globe' were inscribed on his coffin.

album: Music around the poetry of Velimir Chlebnikov (1885-1922)

Trytone TT 559-032

http://www.presidentoftheglobe.nl/

http://www.trytone.org/

J hann J hannsson: The sun's gone dim and the sky's turned black (5.35)

This is from the new album by the Icelandic composer and member of Apparat Organ Quartet. It's based on music that was created by his father, using the first ever computer in Iceland, which was an IBM 1401 Data Processing System. With the help of the choreographer Erna Ӏmarsdottir, he has developed the album into a touring dance piece.

album: IBM 1401, A User's Manual

4AD CAD 2609 CD

http://www.johannjohannsson.com/

http://www.4ad.com/

http://www.id.is/

Laurie Anderson: The Fifth Plague (3.22)

Scott Walker: Darkness (3.43)

These two tracks come from an album put together at the suggestion of the British Arts Organisation known as Artangel, to accompany the event which took place in September called the Margate Exodus. There these songs were sung by local musicians, but here they are sung by internationally renowned artists including Rufus Wainwright, Robert Wyatt, Stephin Merritt and Brian Eno. The concept is based around the ten Biblical plagues from the book of Exodus. Here, Laurie Anderson takes on the Death of Livestock, and Scott Walker tackles Darkness.

album: Plague Songs

4AD CAD 2616 CD

http://www.margateexodus.org.uk/

http://www.4ad.com/

Akron/Family: Love and Space (3.34)

The Brooklyn four-piece have a new album out, which concludes with this favourite from their incendiary live shows.

album: Meek Warrior

Young God Records YG33

http://www.akronfamily.com/

http://www.younggodrecords.com/."

20061013Lazy B: Underwear Goes Inside the Pants (4.55)

Lazy B is Danish producer Søren Nystrøm Rasted, formerly of pop band Aqua. The featured stand-up comedian on this track is New Yorker Greg Giraldo. This record was a huge hit in the United States.

album: Lazy B TV

Universal 9857247

http://www.lazyboytv.com/

http://greggiraldo.com/

Kemper Norton 23: Average Domestic Usage (4.00)

This comes from a concept album project by the Cornish collective known as Kemper Norton. They have invited their musical associates to join them in producing pieces of music around the theme of south west water. This works on two levels, being a celebration of water in all its forms in south west England (from 'drizzle in Plymouth' to 'crowded beaches' to 'fizzy water in a Padstow restaurant') and also a protest against what they see as the 'corporate greed' of water companies in the region.

album: KN Sampler

Not commercially available yet

http://www.tagworld.com/kempernorton23

http://www.myspace.com/kempernorton

The Necks: Buoyant (5.10)

The Necks are the Australian trio of Chris Abrahams (piano/organ/keyboards), Tony Buck (drums/percussion/guitar) and Lloyd Swanton (bass).

album: Chemist

ReR Megacorp NECK57

http://www.thenecks.com/

http://www.rermegacorp.com/

Click here for a review of this album

ISWHAT?!: Kashmir (4.23)

In June this year Mixing It featured a track from a new Roy Nathanson album Sotto Voce (Aum Fidelity AUM037). The track featured vocalist and human beatboxer Napoleon Maddox, who subsequently contacted Mixing It about his own project ISWHAT?! This is their version of the old Led Zeppelin number.

Napoleon Maddox (vocals/human beatbox); Jack Walker (tenor sax); Matthew Anderson (acoustic bass); recorded at Artswatch in Louisville, Kentucky

album: The Life We Chose

Hyena Records HYN 9351

http://www.myspace.com/iswhatsince1997

http://www.hyenarecords.com/

Nurse With Wound: Rock 'n Roll Station (6.33)

This comes from the recently re-released Nurse With Wound album that originally appeared in 1994.

Steven Stapleton (things that make noise); Colin Potter (things that change noise) with Peat Bog (didgeridoo/rhythm guitar)

album: Rock 'n Roll Station

Beta-lactam Ring Records 75390-71414-29

http://brainwashed.com/nww/

http://www.blrrecords.com/

Girl Talk: Smash Your Head (3.04)

Girl Talk is the alias of Gregg Gillis, a master of the cut-up, as evidenced in this track which borrows from Quincy Jones and Elton John, amongst others. This is from Greg's third album as Girl Talk, which has been described by Negativland as 'a plunderphonics party record'.

album: Night Ripper

Illegal Art IA113

http://www.girl-talk.net/

http://www.myspace.com/girltalkmusic

http://www.illegalart.net/

Awol One: Underground Killz - feat. 2Mex & KRS-One (5.58)

This track by the Californian hip-hop producer and DJ features vocal contributions from 2Mex of the Visionaries and Songodsuns, and KRS-One of Boogie Down Productions.

album: The War of Art

Cornerstone RAS CRAS-CD-052

http://www.awolone.com/

http://www.theshapeshifters.net/

http://www.cornerstoneras.com/

Asmus Tietchens: Zu viele dicke Kinder (4.04)

This record originally came out 20 years ago, and was intended to reflect the sense of nuclear paranoia and fear that abounded in that era. And although Asmus Tietchens didn't consider himself to be part of the industrial music movement of the time, he did feel a thematic empathy for it.

album: Geboren, um zu Dienen

Die Stadt DS 92

http://www.diestadtmusik.de/

http://www.tietchens.de/

President of the Globe: Grashupfer (6.26)

Translation by Oskar Pastior

Elisa Roep (soprano voice); Alec Kopyt (voice); Tobias Klein (clarinets/alto sax/live electronics); Albert van Veenendaal (prepared piano/sampler); Meinrad Kneer (bass)

Velimir Chlebnikov was a Russian Futurist poet. The Russian Futurists flourished in St Petersburg around 1912, and invented their own language called 'Zaum'. They also founded the Society of 317 Wise Men, which was meant to rule the world. After the Russian Revolution, Chlebnikov joined the Red Army and went to Persia. He died of under-nourishment and exhaustion at the age of 36, and the words 'The First President of the Globe' were inscribed on his coffin.

album: Music around the poetry of Velimir Chlebnikov (1885-1922)

Trytone TT 559-032

http://www.presidentoftheglobe.nl/

http://www.trytone.org/

J hann J hannsson: The sun's gone dim and the sky's turned black (5.35)

This is from the new album by the Icelandic composer and member of Apparat Organ Quartet. It's based on music that was created by his father, using the first ever computer in Iceland, which was an IBM 1401 Data Processing System. With the help of the choreographer Erna Ӏmarsdottir, he has developed the album into a touring dance piece.

album: IBM 1401, A User's Manual

4AD CAD 2609 CD

http://www.johannjohannsson.com/

http://www.4ad.com/

http://www.id.is/

Laurie Anderson: The Fifth Plague (3.22)

Scott Walker: Darkness (3.43)

These two tracks come from an album put together at the suggestion of the British Arts Organisation known as Artangel, to accompany the event which took place in September called the Margate Exodus. There these songs were sung by local musicians, but here they are sung by internationally renowned artists including Rufus Wainwright, Robert Wyatt, Stephin Merritt and Brian Eno. The concept is based around the ten Biblical plagues from the book of Exodus. Here, Laurie Anderson takes on the Death of Livestock, and Scott Walker tackles Darkness.

album: Plague Songs

4AD CAD 2616 CD

http://www.margateexodus.org.uk/

http://www.4ad.com/

Akron/Family: Love and Space (3.34)

The Brooklyn four-piece have a new album out, which concludes with this favourite from their incendiary live shows.

album: Meek Warrior

Young God Records YG33

http://www.akronfamily.com/

http://www.younggodrecords.com/.

20061013Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.

Lazy B: Underwear Goes Inside the Pants (4.55)

Lazy B is Danish producer Søren Nystrøm Rasted, formerly of pop band Aqua. The featured stand-up comedian on this track is New Yorker Greg Giraldo. This record was a huge hit in the United States.

album: Lazy B TV

Universal 9857247

http://www.lazyboytv.com/

http://greggiraldo.com/

Kemper Norton 23: Average Domestic Usage (4.00)

This comes from a concept album project by the Cornish collective known as Kemper Norton. They have invited their musical associates to join them in producing pieces of music around the theme of south west water. This works on two levels, being a celebration of water in all its forms in south west England (from 'drizzle in Plymouth' to 'crowded beaches' to 'fizzy water in a Padstow restaurant') and also a protest against what they see as the 'corporate greed' of water companies in the region.

album: KN Sampler

Not commercially available yet

http://www.tagworld.com/kempernorton23

http://www.myspace.com/kempernorton

The Necks: Buoyant (5.10)

The Necks are the Australian trio of Chris Abrahams (piano/organ/keyboards), Tony Buck (drums/percussion/guitar) and Lloyd Swanton (bass).

album: Chemist

ReR Megacorp NECK57

http://www.thenecks.com/

http://www.rermegacorp.com/

Click here for a review of this album

ISWHAT?!: Kashmir (4.23)

In June this year Mixing It featured a track from a new Roy Nathanson album Sotto Voce (Aum Fidelity AUM037). The track featured vocalist and human beatboxer Napoleon Maddox, who subsequently contacted Mixing It about his own project ISWHAT?! This is their version of the old Led Zeppelin number.

Napoleon Maddox (vocals/human beatbox); Jack Walker (tenor sax); Matthew Anderson (acoustic bass); recorded at Artswatch in Louisville, Kentucky

album: The Life We Chose

Hyena Records HYN 9351

http://www.myspace.com/iswhatsince1997

http://www.hyenarecords.com/

Nurse With Wound: Rock 'n Roll Station (6.33)

This comes from the recently re-released Nurse With Wound album that originally appeared in 1994.

Steven Stapleton (things that make noise); Colin Potter (things that change noise) with Peat Bog (didgeridoo/rhythm guitar)

album: Rock 'n Roll Station

Beta-lactam Ring Records 75390-71414-29

http://brainwashed.com/nww/

http://www.blrrecords.com/

Girl Talk: Smash Your Head (3.04)

Girl Talk is the alias of Gregg Gillis, a master of the cut-up, as evidenced in this track which borrows from Quincy Jones and Elton John, amongst others. This is from Greg's third album as Girl Talk, which has been described by Negativland as 'a plunderphonics party record'.

album: Night Ripper

Illegal Art IA113

http://www.girl-talk.net/

http://www.myspace.com/girltalkmusic

http://www.illegalart.net/

Awol One: Underground Killz - feat. 2Mex and KRS-One (5.58)

This track by the Californian hip-hop producer and DJ features vocal contributions from 2Mex of the Visionaries and Songodsuns, and KRS-One of Boogie Down Productions.

album: The War of Art

Cornerstone RAS CRAS-CD-052

http://www.awolone.com/

http://www.theshapeshifters.net/

http://www.cornerstoneras.com/

Asmus Tietchens: Zu viele dicke Kinder (4.04)

This record originally came out 20 years ago, and was intended to reflect the sense of nuclear paranoia and fear that abounded in that era. And although Asmus Tietchens didn't consider himself to be part of the industrial music movement of the time, he did feel a thematic empathy for it.

album: Geboren, um zu Dienen

Die Stadt DS 92

http://www.diestadtmusik.de/

http://www.tietchens.de/

President of the Globe: Grashupfer (6.26)

Translation by Oskar Pastior

Elisa Roep (soprano voice); Alec Kopyt (voice); Tobias Klein (clarinets/alto sax/live electronics); Albert van Veenendaal (prepared piano/sampler); Meinrad Kneer (bass)

Velimir Chlebnikov was a Russian Futurist poet. The Russian Futurists flourished in St Petersburg around 1912, and invented their own language called 'Zaum'. They also founded the Society of 317 Wise Men, which was meant to rule the world. After the Russian Revolution, Chlebnikov joined the Red Army and went to Persia. He died of under-nourishment and exhaustion at the age of 36, and the words 'The First President of the Globe' were inscribed on his coffin.

album: Music around the poetry of Velimir Chlebnikov (1885-1922)

Trytone TT 559-032

http://www.presidentoftheglobe.nl/

http://www.trytone.org/

J hann J hannsson: The sun's gone dim and the sky's turned black (5.35)

This is from the new album by the Icelandic composer and member of Apparat Organ Quartet. It's based on music that was created by his father, using the first ever computer in Iceland, which was an IBM 1401 Data Processing System. With the help of the choreographer Erna Ӏmarsdottir, he has developed the album into a touring dance piece.

album: IBM 1401, A User's Manual

4AD CAD 2609 CD

http://www.johannjohannsson.com/

http://www.4ad.com/

http://www.id.is/

Laurie Anderson: The Fifth Plague (3.22)

Scott Walker: Darkness (3.43)

These two tracks come from an album put together at the suggestion of the British Arts Organisation known as Artangel, to accompany the event which took place in September called the Margate Exodus. There these songs were sung by local musicians, but here they are sung by internationally renowned artists including Rufus Wainwright, Robert Wyatt, Stephin Merritt and Brian Eno. The concept is based around the ten Biblical plagues from the book of Exodus. Here, Laurie Anderson takes on the Death of Livestock, and Scott Walker tackles Darkness.

album: Plague Songs

4AD CAD 2616 CD

http://www.margateexodus.org.uk/

Akron/Family: Love and Space (3.34)

The Brooklyn four-piece have a new album out, which concludes with this favourite from their incendiary live shows.

album: Meek Warrior

Young God Records YG33

http://www.akronfamily.com/

http://www.younggodrecords.com/.

20061013Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
20061020"The Mike Sammes Singers: International Harvester (1'14"")

Virtually every ""doo-doo-doo"" to be heard on a pop recording made in the UK between 1955 and 1975 came out of the mouths of Mike Sammes and his colleagues..

album: Music for Biscuits

Trunk Records JBH019CD

Arab Strap: The First Big Weekend (5'04"")

This comes from Arab Strap's (Aidan Moffat and Malcolm Middelton) farewell compilation. This is Arab Strap's first single, recounting Scotland's defeat by England in the Euro '96 football tournament.

album: Ten Years of Tears

Chemikal Underground PCHEM095CD

Beck: The Horrible Fanfare/Landslide/Exoskeleton (10'34"")

This song features the shipping forecast, a Herbie Hancock sample, and a conversation between the film director Spike Jonze and writer Dave Eggers about their imagined ultimate album.

album: The Information

Interscope Records 1707830

Bass Clef: Cannot be Straightened; Subwoofer Loveletter (8'57"")

Otherwise known as Ralph Cumbers, Bass Clef makes his music at home in East London - his first album has been made using just an old 4-track cassette, drum machine, sampler and a vintage synth and valve compressor.

album: A smile is a curve that straightens most things

Blank Tapes BLANK003CD

Gruppo di improvvisazione nuova consonanza: Kate (7'05"")

The group were formed in 1964 by Franco Evangelista, who wanted fellow improvisors who also composed. The 3 cds in this box set were made between 1967-69 and included in their midst the composer Ennio Morricone.

album: Azione

Die Schachtel DS13

Califone: Black Metal Valentine (6'16"")

Chicago-based Califone's sound was influenced in part by the theft of their equipment during their last tour.

album: Roots and Crowns

Thrill Jockey promo

Bonnie Raitt and Habib Koite: Back Around (5'14"")

Malian guitarist Koite and his band duet with Raitt on this track taken from Putumayo new compilation of world blues. Habib Koite is well-known in west Africa for his anti-smoking song, ""Cigarette A Bana""

album: Various: Blues Around the World

Putumayo P253-SL

Lullabye Arkestra: Unite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (6'28"")

A bass and drum duo formed in Toronto by Justin Small of Do Make Say Think and Katia Taylor.

album: Ampgrave

Constellation CST044-2

Modified Toy Orchestra: A Grand Occasion; Had a Farm (6'36"")

Modified Toy Orchestra practise ""circuit bending"", which involves rescuing children's electronic toys from car boot sales, converting them into new, strange and sophisticated musical instruments.

album: Toygopop

Warm Circuit warm004

The Mike Sammes Singers: Youth: A Little More Growing Up (2'02"")

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences"

20061020"The Mike Sammes Singers: International Harvester (1'14"")

Virtually every ""doo-doo-doo"" to be heard on a pop recording made in the UK between 1955 and 1975 came out of the mouths of Mike Sammes and his colleagues..

album: Music for Biscuits

Trunk Records JBH019CD

Arab Strap: The First Big Weekend (5'04"")

This comes from Arab Strap's (Aidan Moffat and Malcolm Middelton) farewell compilation. This is Arab Strap's first single, recounting Scotland's defeat by England in the Euro '96 football tournament.

album: Ten Years of Tears

Chemikal Underground PCHEM095CD

Beck: The Horrible Fanfare/Landslide/Exoskeleton (10'34"")

This song features the shipping forecast, a Herbie Hancock sample, and a conversation between the film director Spike Jonze and writer Dave Eggers about their imagined ultimate album.

album: The Information

Interscope Records 1707830

Bass Clef: Cannot be Straightened; Subwoofer Loveletter (8'57"")

Otherwise known as Ralph Cumbers, Bass Clef makes his music at home in East London - his first album has been made using just an old 4-track cassette, drum machine, sampler and a vintage synth & valve compressor.

album: A smile is a curve that straightens most things

Blank Tapes BLANK003CD

Gruppo di improvvisazione nuova consonanza: Kate (7'05"")

The group were formed in 1964 by Franco Evangelista, who wanted fellow improvisors who also composed. The 3 cds in this box set were made between 1967-69 and included in their midst the composer Ennio Morricone.

album: Azione

Die Schachtel DS13

Califone: Black Metal Valentine (6'16"")

Chicago-based Califone's sound was influenced in part by the theft of their equipment during their last tour.

album: Roots and Crowns

Thrill Jockey promo

Bonnie Raitt & Habib Koite: Back Around (5'14"")

Malian guitarist Koite and his band duet with Raitt on this track taken from Putumayo new compilation of world blues. Habib Koite is well-known in west Africa for his anti-smoking song, ""Cigarette A Bana""

album: Various: Blues Around the World

Putumayo P253-SL

Lullabye Arkestra: Unite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (6'28"")

A bass and drum duo formed in Toronto by Justin Small of Do Make Say Think and Katia Taylor.

album: Ampgrave

Constellation CST044-2

Modified Toy Orchestra: A Grand Occasion; Had a Farm (6'36"")

Modified Toy Orchestra practise ""circuit bending"", which involves rescuing children's electronic toys from car boot sales, converting them into new, strange and sophisticated musical instruments.

album: Toygopop

Warm Circuit warm004

The Mike Sammes Singers: Youth: A Little More Growing Up (2'02"")

album: Music for Biscuits

Trunk Records JBH019CD."

20061020Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences
20061020The Mike Sammes Singers: International Harvester (1'14")

Virtually every "doo-doo-doo" to be heard on a pop recording made in the UK between 1955 and 1975 came out of the mouths of Mike Sammes and his colleagues..

album: Music for Biscuits

Trunk Records JBH019CD

Arab Strap: The First Big Weekend (5'04")

This comes from Arab Strap's (Aidan Moffat and Malcolm Middelton) farewell compilation. This is Arab Strap's first single, recounting Scotland's defeat by England in the Euro '96 football tournament.

album: Ten Years of Tears

Chemikal Underground PCHEM095CD

Beck: The Horrible Fanfare/Landslide/Exoskeleton (10'34")

This song features the shipping forecast, a Herbie Hancock sample, and a conversation between the film director Spike Jonze and writer Dave Eggers about their imagined ultimate album.

album: The Information

Interscope Records 1707830

Bass Clef: Cannot be Straightened; Subwoofer Loveletter (8'57")

Otherwise known as Ralph Cumbers, Bass Clef makes his music at home in East London - his first album has been made using just an old 4-track cassette, drum machine, sampler and a vintage synth & valve compressor.

album: A smile is a curve that straightens most things

Blank Tapes BLANK003CD

Gruppo di improvvisazione nuova consonanza: Kate (7'05")

The group were formed in 1964 by Franco Evangelista, who wanted fellow improvisors who also composed. The 3 cds in this box set were made between 1967-69 and included in their midst the composer Ennio Morricone.

album: Azione

Die Schachtel DS13

Califone: Black Metal Valentine (6'16")

Chicago-based Califone's sound was influenced in part by the theft of their equipment during their last tour.

album: Roots and Crowns

Thrill Jockey promo

Bonnie Raitt & Habib Koite: Back Around (5'14")

Malian guitarist Koite and his band duet with Raitt on this track taken from Putumayo new compilation of world blues. Habib Koite is well-known in west Africa for his anti-smoking song, "Cigarette A Bana"

album: Various: Blues Around the World

Putumayo P253-SL

Lullabye Arkestra: Unite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (6'28")

A bass and drum duo formed in Toronto by Justin Small of Do Make Say Think and Katia Taylor.

album: Ampgrave

Constellation CST044-2

Modified Toy Orchestra: A Grand Occasion; Had a Farm (6'36")

Modified Toy Orchestra practise "circuit bending", which involves rescuing children's electronic toys from car boot sales, converting them into new, strange and sophisticated musical instruments.

album: Toygopop

Warm Circuit warm004

The Mike Sammes Singers: Youth: A Little More Growing Up (2'02")

album: Music for Biscuits

Trunk Records JBH019CD.

20061027"Cursive: Big Bang (3'11"")

Cursive - American rockers from Nebraska in the USA - are Tim Kasher, Matt Maginn, Clint Schnase and Ted Stevens. They combine technical virtuosity with attitude and lyrical intelligence. Happy Hollow is described as their most adventurous work so far.

album: Happy Hollow

Saddle Creek Europe SCE94PR

www.cursivearmy.com

www.saddle-creek.com

Ingrid Laubrock & Liam Noble: Spells (genetically modified by Sebastian Rochford) (3'30"")

This album features a number of jazz standards interspersed with short improvisations. Ingrid Laubrock plays the soprano saxophone, Liam Noble the piano.

album: Let's call this.

Babel BDV2661

www.babellabel.co.uk

www.ingridlaubrock.com

www.liamnoble.co.uk

Les Georges Leningrad: Scissorhands (3'19"")

Poney P sings and plays the DJ-X 60 synth. Mingo L'Indien plays guitar and the ML-RCC synth.

Bobo Boutin plays drums and the E-303 synth.

Les Georges Leningrad is a love and hate story: the one of Bobo Boutin, Mingo L'Indien and Poney P. They met in the year 2000 during a fight in an Ontario street tavern: Bobo was at the time a bohemian singer, Mingo a contemporary music student at University of Montreal. Poney was writing hundreds of songs in a big schoolbook while dreaming of sharing the stage with the greatests: Plume, Sun Ra and Felix Kubin. Eight note F2 undulating synthesizers riffs, an explosive rhythmic inspired by the sambo (Russian self defense technique invented in the 1930s) and the sexy voice of the ""South-Central Lil' Amazon"" submerge us in the eerie and unforeseeable universe of the Petrochemical Rock.

album: Sangue Puro

Tomlab TOM 80 PR

www.tomlab.com

People Like Us: Stand By Your (2'57"")

For 16 years Vicki Bennett has been making CDs, radio, and A/V multimedia under the name People Like Us. Ever since she has been animating and recontextualising found footage collages with an equally witty and dark view of popular culture with a surrealistic edge, both pre-recorded and in a live setting. Vicki has shown work at, amongst others, Tate Modern, The National Film Theatre, Purcell Room, The ICA, Sydney Opera House, Pompidou Centre, Sonar in Barcelona and The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.

album: All Together Now

White Label

Available from www.peoplelikeus.org

Sandro Perri: Romeo Heart (slight return) (5'28"")

Sandro Perri is a Toronto-based songwriter and electronic composer who also records as Polmo Polpo. A full-length Sandro Perri album is due early in 2007.

album: Plays Polmo Polpo

Constellation CST042-2

Crimetime Orchestra feat. Bjornar Andresen: Live is a Beautiful Monster part 1 (3'47"")

Crimetime Orchestra is a 10-piece Norwegian group formed in 2002 by Bugge Wesseltoft (synth/effects), Bjornar Andresen (double bass/effects), Vidar Johansen (Tenor saxophone) and Jon Klette (Alto saxophone), and also featuring Kjetil Moster (tenor saxophone), Oyvind Braekke (trombone), Sjur Miljeteig (trumpet), Anders Hana (guitar), Ingebricht Haker Flaten (bass) and Paal Nilssen-Love (drums/percussion). This was recorded at ""Bugge's Room"" in October 2004, and is the last recorded performance made by the late Bjornar Andresen.

album: Life is a Beautiful Monster

Jazzaway JARCD 009

The Last Town Chorus: Wire Waltz (2'40"")

The Last Town Chorus was born in the Spring of 2001 in Park Slope, Brooklyn. After months of slow-burning hours as a duo (Megan, voice and delay lapsteel - Nat, vibrato guitar), the sound and feeling clicked. The debut album emerged in the summer and autumn of 2002. The Last Town Chorus' live performances now range from duo sets to large ensembles featuring collaborators from pop, classical, rock and jazz worlds. The Last Town Chorus lives in Brooklyn, New York.

album: Wire Waltz

Loose Music White Label

www.thelasttownchorus.com

The Squirm Orchestra: Per Arsin (4'50"")

The Squirm Orchestra is a sextet from Michigan & Indiana in the USA. They're a live improv electro band who rehearse in a barn owned by a Chicago corn trader who has an affinity for the arts..

album: White label

Imitation Electric Piano: Relatively Good Times (6'05"")

From IEP's second album. The band - from Brighton - are headed by Stereolab bassist Simon Johns. They feature the vocals of Mary Hampton, who reminded Simon of Pentangle's Jacqui McShee.

album: Blow It Up, Burn It Down, Kick It 'Til It Bleeds

Duophonic Super 45s DS45-CD39

www.duophonic.com

Erdem Helvacioglu: Frozen Resophonic (6'39"")

Erdem Helvacioglu's live album of treated solo acoustic guitar was made without overdubs or recourse to any previously recorded material. Besides his electronic music, Erdem composes for theatre and film, and produces the music of other Turkish artists.

album: Altered Realities

New Albion NA131

www.erdemhelvacioglu.com

www.newalbion.com

Benoit Pioulard: La guerre de sept ans; Together & down (6'15"")

This is the first album from the 21-year old guitarist from Michigan, Thomas Meluch, who is fascinated with tape delay and the sounds of nature

album: Precis

Kranky krank098

www.pioulard.com

www.kranky.net

Forest Jackson: Cymbalism (4'26"")

Berlin-based drummer and producer Hanno Leichtmann records under the names Static, Paloma, White Hole and Vulva String Quartett, and has also written music for radio and theatre in Germany. This album was mastered by Stefan Betke, aka Pole.

album: Cymbalism

Mosz 009

www.mosz.org

www.static-music.com

The Ruby Suns: Birthday on Mars (4'50"")

The Ruby Suns, from New Zealand, take inspiration from 60s and 70s eccentrics like Van Dyke Parks and Curt Boettcher. They're a quintet headed by 23-year old singer and guitarist Ryan McPhun.

album: The Ruby Suns

Memphis Industries MI080CDP

www.memphis-industries.com

www.lilchiefrecords.com

Boom Pam: Lajdi (1'45"")

Boom Pam came to attention in Tel Aviv in 2003, and consist of two electric guitars, a tube and drums. They arrange Balkan, Jewish, Greek & Mediterranean songs, imbuing them with a rock attitude, and continue to play at weddings and parties throughout Israel.

album: Boom Pam

Essay Recordings AY CD 05

www.essayrecordings.com."

20061027"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences.

Cursive: Big Bang (3'11"")

Cursive - American rockers from Nebraska in the USA - are Tim Kasher, Matt Maginn, Clint Schnase and Ted Stevens. They combine technical virtuosity with attitude and lyrical intelligence. Happy Hollow is described as their most adventurous work so far.

album: Happy Hollow

Saddle Creek Europe SCE94PR

www.cursivearmy.com

www.saddle-creek.com

Ingrid Laubrock and Liam Noble: Spells (genetically modified by Sebastian Rochford) (3'30"")

This album features a number of jazz standards interspersed with short improvisations. Ingrid Laubrock plays the soprano saxophone, Liam Noble the piano.

album: Let's call this.

Babel BDV2661

www.babellabel.co.uk

www.ingridlaubrock.com

www.liamnoble.co.uk

Les Georges Leningrad: Scissorhands (3'19"")

Poney P sings and plays the DJ-X 60 synth. Mingo L'Indien plays guitar and the ML-RCC synth.

Bobo Boutin plays drums and the E-303 synth.

Les Georges Leningrad is a love and hate story: the one of Bobo Boutin, Mingo L'Indien and Poney P. They met in the year 2000 during a fight in an Ontario street tavern: Bobo was at the time a bohemian singer, Mingo a contemporary music student at University of Montreal. Poney was writing hundreds of songs in a big schoolbook while dreaming of sharing the stage with the greatests: Plume, Sun Ra and Felix Kubin. Eight note F2 undulating synthesizers riffs, an explosive rhythmic inspired by the sambo (Russian self defense technique invented in the 1930s) and the sexy voice of the ""South-Central Lil' Amazon"" submerge us in the eerie and unforeseeable universe of the Petrochemical Rock.

album: Sangue Puro

Tomlab TOM 80 PR

www.tomlab.com

People Like Us: Stand By Your (2'57"")

For 16 years Vicki Bennett has been making CDs, radio, and A/V multimedia under the name People Like Us. Ever since she has been animating and recontextualising found footage collages with an equally witty and dark view of popular culture with a surrealistic edge, both pre-recorded and in a live setting. Vicki has shown work at, amongst others, Tate Modern, The National Film Theatre, Purcell Room, The ICA, Sydney Opera House, Pompidou Centre, Sonar in Barcelona and The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.

album: All Together Now

White Label

Available from www.peoplelikeus.org

Sandro Perri: Romeo Heart (slight return) (5'28"")

Sandro Perri is a Toronto-based songwriter and electronic composer who also records as Polmo Polpo. A full-length Sandro Perri album is due early in 2007.

album: Plays Polmo Polpo

Constellation CST042-2

Crimetime Orchestra feat. Bjornar Andresen: Live is a Beautiful Monster part 1 (3'47"")

Crimetime Orchestra is a 10-piece Norwegian group formed in 2002 by Bugge Wesseltoft (synth/effects), Bjornar Andresen (double bass/effects), Vidar Johansen (Tenor saxophone) and Jon Klette (Alto saxophone), and also featuring Kjetil Moster (tenor saxophone), Oyvind Braekke (trombone), Sjur Miljeteig (trumpet), Anders Hana (guitar), Ingebricht Haker Flaten (bass) and Paal Nilssen-Love (drums/percussion). This was recorded at ""Bugge's Room"" in October 2004, and is the last recorded performance made by the late Bjornar Andresen.

album: Life is a Beautiful Monster

Jazzaway JARCD 009

The Last Town Chorus: Wire Waltz (2'40"")

The Last Town Chorus was born in the Spring of 2001 in Park Slope, Brooklyn. After months of slow-burning hours as a duo (Megan, voice and delay lapsteel - Nat, vibrato guitar), the sound and feeling clicked. The debut album emerged in the summer and autumn of 2002. The Last Town Chorus' live performances now range from duo sets to large ensembles featuring collaborators from pop, classical, rock and jazz worlds. The Last Town Chorus lives in Brooklyn, New York.

album: Wire Waltz

Loose Music White Label

www.thelasttownchorus.com

The Squirm Orchestra: Per Arsin (4'50"")

The Squirm Orchestra is a sextet from Michigan and Indiana in the USA. They're a live improv electro band who rehearse in a barn owned by a Chicago corn trader who has an affinity for the arts..

album: White label

Imitation Electric Piano: Relatively Good Times (6'05"")

From IEP's second album. The band - from Brighton - are headed by Stereolab bassist Simon Johns. They feature the vocals of Mary Hampton, who reminded Simon of Pentangle's Jacqui McShee.

album: Blow It Up, Burn It Down, Kick It 'Til It Bleeds

Duophonic Super 45s DS45-CD39

www.duophonic.com

Erdem Helvacioglu: Frozen Resophonic (6'39"")

Erdem Helvacioglu's live album of treated solo acoustic guitar was made without overdubs or recourse to any previously recorded material. Besides his electronic music, Erdem composes for theatre and film, and produces the music of other Turkish artists.

album: Altered Realities

New Albion NA131

www.erdemhelvacioglu.com

www.newalbion.com

Benoit Pioulard: La guerre de sept ans; Together and down (6'15"")

This is the first album from the 21-year old guitarist from Michigan, Thomas Meluch, who is fascinated with tape delay and the sounds of nature

album: Precis

Kranky krank098

www.pioulard.com

www.kranky.net

Forest Jackson: Cymbalism (4'26"")

Berlin-based drummer and producer Hanno Leichtmann records under the names Static, Paloma, White Hole and Vulva String Quartett, and has also written music for radio and theatre in Germany. This album was mastered by Stefan Betke, aka Pole.

album: Cymbalism

Mosz 009

www.mosz.org

www.static-music.com

The Ruby Suns: Birthday on Mars (4'50"")

The Ruby Suns, from New Zealand, take inspiration from 60s and 70s eccentrics like Van Dyke Parks and Curt Boettcher. They're a quintet headed by 23-year old singer and guitarist Ryan McPhun.

album: The Ruby Suns

Memphis Industries MI080CDP

www.memphis-industries.com

www.lilchiefrecords.com

Boom Pam: Lajdi (1'45"")

Boom Pam came to attention in Tel Aviv in 2003, and consist of two electric guitars, a tube and drums. They arrange Balkan, Jewish, Greek and Mediterranean songs, imbuing them with a rock attitude, and continue to play at weddings and parties throughout Israel.

album: Boom Pam

Essay Recordings AY CD 05

www.essayrecordings.com."

20061027"Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences.

Cursive: Big Bang (3'11"")

Cursive - American rockers from Nebraska in the USA - are Tim Kasher, Matt Maginn, Clint Schnase and Ted Stevens. They combine technical virtuosity with attitude and lyrical intelligence. Happy Hollow is described as their most adventurous work so far.

album: Happy Hollow

Saddle Creek Europe SCE94PR

www.cursivearmy.com

www.saddle-creek.com

Ingrid Laubrock and Liam Noble: Spells (genetically modified by Sebastian Rochford) (3'30"")

This album features a number of jazz standards interspersed with short improvisations. Ingrid Laubrock plays the soprano saxophone, Liam Noble the piano.

album: Let's call this.

Babel BDV2661

www.babellabel.co.uk

www.ingridlaubrock.com

www.liamnoble.co.uk

Les Georges Leningrad: Scissorhands (3'19"")

Poney P sings and plays the DJ-X 60 synth. Mingo L'Indien plays guitar and the ML-RCC synth.

Bobo Boutin plays drums and the E-303 synth.

Les Georges Leningrad is a love and hate story: the one of Bobo Boutin, Mingo L'Indien and Poney P. They met in the year 2000 during a fight in an Ontario street tavern: Bobo was at the time a bohemian singer, Mingo a contemporary music student at University of Montreal. Poney was writing hundreds of songs in a big schoolbook while dreaming of sharing the stage with the greatests: Plume, Sun Ra and Felix Kubin. Eight note F2 undulating synthesizers riffs, an explosive rhythmic inspired by the sambo (Russian self defense technique invented in the 1930s) and the sexy voice of the ""South-Central Lil' Amazon"" submerge us in the eerie and unforeseeable universe of the Petrochemical Rock.

album: Sangue Puro

Tomlab TOM 80 PR

www.tomlab.c