Podcast: SONIC TALK 283 - The Eccentronic Research Council

US 1612 Underture, Iris Winners, OP-1 crank      20/09/12

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78:3 mins

Guests:
Dean Honer - one half of ERC
Adrian Flanagan - lyricist and co creator of 1612 Underture
Gaz Williams - songrwriter, producer and bass player
Mark Tinley - sound artist and creative thinker
Dave Spiers - makers of fine software instruments and Reason Rack Extensions
Nick Batt - editor Sonicstate.com

After a few musical tradesmen anecdotes, we talk to  Dean and Adrian about the new project with Maxine Peake which takes the subject of the Pendle Witches trial of 1412 at Pendle Hill in Lancashire and creates a concept album or words and electronic music. Available now on Finders Keepers Records. We then slip in a little chart about iOS6, the Teenage Engineering OP-1 accessories, Quneo and the winners of the Iris Find Music In Everything competition.

 




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