An Experimental Radio Show & Podcast

The Parish News

Episode #267

by | Oct 15, 2021 | The Parish News Playlist | 0 comments

I have a small Newsletter for the show – head to www.backhouse.link/feed to sign up?

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Featuring –

(Artist / Album / Track)

  1. Vladislav Delay / Rakka II / Raaha
  2. Luc Ferrari / Presque Rien / Presque rien n°1, le lever du jour au bord de la mer
  3. АКБ / Answering Back / Answer #04
  4. Tim Linghaus / memory sketches II / What Begins Must Also End
  5. Peter Zirbs / Splinters / 4. Hostile Design
  6. Toshimaru Nakamura / Culvert – No-Input Mixing Board 10 / NIMB #70
  7. Nicolas Horvath, Melaine Dalibert, Stephane Ginsburgh & Wilhem Latchoumia / Three Extended Pieces For Four Pianos / Gay Guerilla (1980)
  8. Joshua Trinidad / Sleeping With My Worries / Drip Pulse
  9. Stein Urheim & Jørgen Træen / Krympende Klode / Slettsnoken
  10. Lawrence English / Observation of Breath / A Binding
  11. Cahill//Costello / Offworld / Pavan II
  12. Carl Stone / Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties / Banteay Srey

 Host

Andrew Backhouse is a Sound Artist, Photographer & Poet – you can see his links HERE.

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Recorded in my spare room in Harrogate, North Yorkshire and trying the best I might.

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