Featuring an interview with Sam Underwood at the first public appearance of his MIDI Octopus musical controller, along with the full live set. The MIDI Octopus debuted at It’s a Geek’s World, which ran on 19th September as a strand of the British Science Festival. Organiser Kate Sugden tells us about It’s a Geek’s World and how it aimed to make people be more hands-on with electronic technology.
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Playlist for Phantom Circuit #49
Available from 9th October 2010
|John Dankworth||Tomorrow’s World Theme||Songs from the British Academy – Vol. 1|
|Gadget||Moggi||Tra Scienza e Fantascienz|
|Interview with Sam Underwood – part 1|
|Mr. Underwood||Minimus||[Live in Birmingham 19th September 2010]|
|Interview with Sam Underwood – part 2|
|Interview with Kate Sugden|
|Killing Joke||Tomorrow’s World||Killing Joke|
|Michael Moorcock’s Deep Fix||Octopus||New World’s Fair|
|Lali Puna||Move On||Our Inventions|
|Human League||The Black Hit of Space||Travelogue|
|Nightmare Lodge||God’s Mastication||Tentacled|