May 242012
 

Hot from the Brighton Festival Fringe in sunny Sussex, Phantom Circuit #99 brings you live music from the comedic electronic pop duo Eccentronic and the first ever collaboration by thereminists Sarah Angliss (of Spacedog) and Hypnotique.

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Playlist for Phantom Circuit #99

Available from 25th May 2012

Artist Track Source
John Callaghan You’ve Got Your Memories, I’ve Got My Dreams You’ve Got Your Memories, I’ve Got My Dreams
Spacedog Hypnosis Juice for the Baby
Boards of Canada An Eagle in Your Mind Music Has the Right to Children
Rebekkah’s Cousin Silas The Rachel Suite – Part 011 The Devil Came to Me
Цукор ~ Біла Смерть Six Coral Devils, Part IV Манірна Музика
Claude Denjean Sugar, Sugar Moog!
Macabro Sweet Ginger Envelopes
Harold Budd Porcelain Ginger Avalon Sutra
Cindytalk Splendid China Miniature Scenic Spot Up Here in the Clouds
Roger Roger Fanfares: Court Scene Proclamation [PML Valentino59]
V.D.B. Joel & Marc Monsen The Bay Force California – Industrial & Scenic Moods
Senking Common Business List
Eccentronic Catering College (Common People) Live at the Brighton Festival Fringe, 18th May 2012
Severed Heads Kern That Bembo Tighter Op
Warda Zarny Fil Dohah (He Came To Visit Me In The Morning) Lebanon / Algeria
Sarah Angliss & Hypnotique I Feel Love Live at the Brighton Festival Fringe, 18th May 2012
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Mar 182011
 

Featuring extracts from Spacedog‘s recent show at Hastings Museum and Art Gallery which brought the theremin, wax cylinder recording, robots and other vintage and modern electronic marvels to a family audience. We chat with Spacedog about sound recording without electricity, early television experiments and zombie riots.

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Playlist for Phantom Circuit #66

Available from 18th March 2011

Artist Track Source
Jo Quail Fare Forward! From the Sea
Ambienteer Sing the Broken Machines Brave New World
Golau Glau Yew Myrrh & Myth
Field Rotation + Mari Solaris Lament Brave New World
Panorama Sol Brillar Tapete Rojo
Interview with Spacedog – part 1
Spacedog [introductory music] [live in Hastings, 12th March 2011]
Interview with Spacedog – part 2
Spacedog Stooky Bill [live in Hastings, 12th March 2011]
Interview with Spacedog – part 3
Sarah Angliss of Spacedog demonstrates the Edison phonograph
Interview with Spacedog – part 4
Spacedog [teaching a parakeet to talk] [live in Hastings, 12th March 2011]
Langer Random Mandel Dance Audit Hour
RR Caida con los ojos Abiertos Necktar 2017 Volume 3
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma Farewell Transmissions from the Holy Ghost The Garden of Forking Paths
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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.

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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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