May 082011
 

Our final report on the Flatpack Festival of 2011 features an interview with People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz with music from their live audiovisual performance of The Keystone Cutups.

“Using the influence of slapstick comedy on the surrealists as a starting point, the piece takes us on a madcap journey, combining the techniques and popular imagery of the two genres”.

Use the player above to listen to the show or listen at Mixcloud.com.

Playlist for Phantom Circuit #71

Available from 8th May 2011

Artist Track Source
Moon Wiring Club Flawless Regality Somewhere a Fox is Getting Married
Obsil A Smile in Summer Vicino
Obsil Drawing a Face Vicino
Peter Andersson Tulpa Part I – Theme Music for Film and Exhibition
People Like Us Dead Radio Hate People Like You
Interview with People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz – part 1
People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz The Keystone Cutups – extract 1 Live in Birmingham, 27th March 2011
Interview with People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz – part 2
People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz Carmic Waltz Rhapsody in Glue
Interview with People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz – part 3
People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz The Keystone Cutups – extract 2 Live in Birmingham, 27th March 2011
Interview with People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz – part 4
People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz The Keystone Cutups – extract 3 Live in Birmingham, 27th March 2011
Interview with People Like Us and Ergo Phizmiz – part 5
People Like Us Dolly Pardon Stifled Love
Ergo Phizmiz The Flat and the Round Painter Music from the Shoes of Fulcanelli
Siamgda Caravan Celebration Tribal Gathering
Moon Wiring Club The Queen Speaks A Spare Tabby at the Cat’s Wedding LP
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Apr 192011
 

Featuring an interview with audiovisual duo Sculpture. Dan Hayhurst (music) and Reuben Sutherland (animation) chat with us about tape loops and samplers, live video animation from record decks and performing multimedia without computers. Plus music from their live set at the Flatpack festival in Birmingham on 26th March.

More about the charity campaigns mentioned in the show can be found at:-

Use the player above to listen to the show or listen at Mixcloud.com.

Playlist for Phantom Circuit #69

Available from 19th April 2011

Artist Track Source
Paris Studio Group Accroche Toi, Caroline (‘Vision On’ theme) The Sound Gallery, Vol. 2
Aeroshell Lighthugger The Sun Will Rise
Papa November Ninestein The Sun Will Rise
Ambienteer Under and Over More
Sculpture Slot Hum UHFR (CD/DVD)
Interview with Sculpture – part 1
Sculpture Super Resounder UHFR
Interview with Sculpture – part 2
Sculpture Live in Birmingham, 26th March 2011 Live in Birmingham, 26th March 2011
Interview with Sculpture – part 3
Sculpture Not Actual Size UHFR
Harrys Gym The Ring What Was Ours Can’t Be Yours
Mental D-struction Remember Extrapolation of Human Perspectives
Pye Corner Audio ecneuqeS rorriM Black Mill Tapes Vol​. 2
Mar 302011
 

Featuring an interview with Pram plus music from the live performance of their soundtrack to Shadow Shows, recorded at the Flatpack Festival in Birmingham on 23rd March.

Use the player above to listen to the show or listen at Mixcloud.com.

Playlist for Phantom Circuit #67

Available from 30th March 2011

Artist Track Source
VACVVM Radiologos Peaceful Atom
Little Scratch Shortcuts Arts & Crafts
Pram Talk of the Cat Dark Island
Interview with Pram – part 1
Pram Moonminer The Moving Frontier
Interview with Pram – part 2
Pram Soundtrack to ‘Shadow Shows’ – extract 1 Live in Birmingham, 23rd March 2011
Interview with Pram – part 3
Pram Soundtrack to ‘Shadow Shows’ – extract 2 Live in Birmingham, 23rd March 2011
Interview with Pram – part 4
Pram Soundtrack to ‘Shadow Shows’ – extract 3 Live in Birmingham, 23rd March 2011
Interview with Pram – part 5
Pram Soundtrack to ‘Shadow Shows’ – extract 4 Live in Birmingham, 23rd March 2011
Pye Corner Audio Transcription Services Toward Light Black Mill Tapes Vol. 2: Do You Synthesize?
John Foxx and The Maths Shatterproof Interplay
Jon Brooks Cheyne Walk Music for Thomas Carnacki
Jon Brooks Hypnotic Light Music for Thomas Carnacki
Carya Amara Wind Versus Windscale: Part 1 – Blowy Day Vestigial Digital

Erratum: yes, “Pye Corner Audio Transcription Services” is the correct name, as listed above. There was an error, but not in transcription.

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Oct 012010
 

Clog Dancing: the original techno-industrial dance? In their British Science Festival presentation Machinery, Caroline Radcliffe and Sarah Angliss relate a surprising history of dancing in the factory. We present some extracts from this multimedia show of music, video and clogs. That leaves plenty of time for some (wo)man-machine music.

Use the player above to listen to the show or listen at Mixcloud.com.

Playlist for Phantom Circuit #48

Available from 1st October 2010

Artist Track Source
Raymond Scott The Paperwork Explosion Manhattan Research
Doxa Sinistra The Networkers pts 1 & 2 Conveyer Belt
B(if)tek Machines Work Machines Work
Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft Nacht Arbeit Die Kleinen und die Bösen
Caroline Radcliffe & Sarah Angliss Machinery Presentation in Birmingham 18th Sept. 2010
Floh de Cologne Arbeit Macht Freitag Fließbandbaby’s Beat-Show
Kraftwerk The Man Machine The Man Machine
Suburban Knight The Worlds Bio Rhythm 2
Drexciya Depressurization Deep Sea Dweller
Edgar Froese Detroit Snackbar Dreamer Stuntman
Ultravox Just for a Moment Systems of Romance
MrBitterness & The Guilty Pleasures Thinking Machines Epic Flail
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