In addition to its regular selections of remarkable music, Phantom Circuit has featured interviews with, or exclusive recordings by, a wide variety of innovative artists and otherwise interesting people. Most previous shows can still be heard via streaming audio: see the full list of shows for summaries and listen to your choice.
Please understand that Phantom Circuit is an internet radio show: highlights do not appear in isolation but as part of an hour’s mix of music and features. Limited navigation (jumping back and forth) is possible using the MixCloud player.
Interviews, live music and sessions
Phantom Circuit has featured exclusives from Kieran Mahon, Werdwolfen, Sheer Zed, Stephen Mallinder (Cabaret Voltaire, Wrangler), Wizards Tell Lies, Midwich Youth Club, D.N.P, Tom Ellard (Severed Heads), Quimper, Norah Lorway, Eccentronic, Ikue Mori, Maja Ratkje, Ola Szmidt, Leonardo Rosado, AGF, Tetsuo Kogawa, Philip Jeck, Lee Gamble, Black Forest Orchestra, Sian Macfarlane’s Swallows, Mick Flower, Z’ev, Islaja, Keith Seatman, Gurdonark, Allie Moss, Kirill Platonkin, Matmos, Peter Gregson, People Like Us, Ergo Phizmiz, Origamibiro, Sculpture, Hiromichi Sakamoto, Pram, Sarah Angliss / Spacedog (#48, #66, #88, #99), Harrys Gym, Esben and the Witch, Mutate, Sarah Blasko, The Octopus Collective, Daidono, Hildur Guðnadóttir, Yantantethra, Shengi, Claire Marshall’s Cheyenne, Doors to Nowhere, Thee Moths (# 45, 47, 59), Silver Apples, Charlemagne Palestine, SouthBank Gamelan Players, (Péron and Diermaier’s) Faust, Chris Carter (Throbbing Gristle, Carter Tutti), John Richards / Dirty Electronics Ensemble (#26, #37), Miss Hypnotique (#36, #99), Mr. Underwood (#36, #49), Joanna Quail, Matt Howden / Sieben (#34, #165, #180), Jim Jupp (Belbury Poly), Julian House (The Focus Group), Moon Wiring Club (# 32, 72), Fonik, Clutter (#29, #52), Goblin, Cousin Silas (#17, 60), Nash the Slash and more.
The show has also covered highlights of such events as the first Theremin Day, the British Science Festival 2010, Radio Black Forest Festival (2009, 2010 & 2011), Supersonic festival 2009, festivals by Open Circuit and the Full of Noises festival (2010 & 2011).
This is a partial list! See the full list of shows and stay tuned for more…