Dec 142011
 

Featuring an interview with Spacedog on the occasion of the release of their long-awaited debut album, Juice for the Baby. Step into a world of illusionists, owls, robots, spooky folk and electric lullabies.

Playlist for show #88, 14th December 2011

Artist Track Source
The Band of Holy Joy A Clear Night, A Shooting Star, A Song For Boo How to Kill a Butterfly
Interview with Spacedog – part 1
Spacedog Tommy Cooper (Feat. Derren Brown) Juice for the Baby
Interview with Spacedog – part 2
Spacedog Owl Club (Spacedog vs Professor Elemental) Juice for the Baby
Interview with Spacedog – part 3
Spacedog My Death (feat. Michael Attree) Juice for the Baby
Spacedog Electric Lullaby (feat. Flora Dempsey) Juice for the Baby
Interview with Spacedog – part 4
Spacedog The Trees They Do Grow High (feat. Flora Dempsey) Juice for the Baby
Interview with Spacedog – part 5
Plumtree In The Sink Flutterboard
Alexei Biryukoff Broken Tree in the River Talmenka
The Soft Moon Out of Time The Soft Moon

For more Spacedog, hear our first interview with the band, which appeared in Phantom Circuit #66.

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Jul 092011
 

SpacedogSmall Wired
The ascent of Spacedog (featured in Phantom Circuit #66) continues with coverage in the August edition of Wired UK magazine, which interviews Spacedog’s Sarah Angliss, and BBC Radio 4’s repeat broadcast today of Sarah’s documentary ‘The Bird Fancyer’s Delight‘, which asks:-

“were birds ever used as primordial, feathered music recorders? Did we use them to bring popular music into our homes on command before the advent of the phonograph, the gramophone and radio? … This radio piece is packed with some of my favourite bird training ephemera, including 1700s dance tunes and some wonderful 1950s bird training records”.

The programme can also be heard via the BBC’s Listen Again service.

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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.

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

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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