Live From 82

Sunday 29th January 2023 12:00 - 19:25 GMT

Archival recordings of a 7-hour radio event broadcast live from the Resonance Extra studios on the 29th January 2023, featuring live performances and new and exclusive audio works.

Full lineup (GMT):

  • 12-12:30pm – Kate Carr (Live Solo)

Kate Carr's work is focused on the links between sound, place and affect, and she works across composition, performance and installation. She is particularly interested in sound as a way of approaching broader processes of spatial constitution and contestation. Carr runs the sound art label Flaming Pines.

  • 12:30-1pm – Steven J. Fowler and Benedict Taylor (Live Duo)

Steven J. Fowler or is a contemporary English poet, writer and avant-garde artist, and the founder of European Poetry Festival. He recorded his debut novella MUEUM in the Resonance Extra studio, which was recently broadcast as a series. Benedict Taylor is a solo violist, violinist and composer.

  • 1-1:15pm – Music for Kites: Side A by Joe Wilson and Chanelle Collier

Joe Wilson and Chanelle Collier are a partnership based in Sydney. Their shared practice is generative, built around ideas and interests in relational exchange, dialogue, agency and labour. Joe and Chanelle composed this music while at the Bundanon Trust Artist Residency located on Australia's south east coast, a few hours south of Sydney. Recorded to cassette, these sounds were blasted on a sunny day in green fields, with gale force winds and lazy kangaroos, the artists flying kites.

  • 1:15-1:38pm – Radiant Heretic with Yumino Seki (Live Group)

A splinter group of Spirit of Gravity, made up of Caleb Madden and various collaborators, perform an original audio piece. This particular work features Yumino Seki who is a U.K based independent dance artist, Butoh practitioner, performer, teacher and somatic movement educator & therapist.

  • 1:38-1:55pm – Protest Ambient - Glasgow Rally for Trans Equality by Bobby Jewell

Bobby Jewell is an architecture writer based in Glasgow. Had a long running series on Extra called A Quieter Storm and more recently an intermittent series called Earth Tones. This piece is called consists of original music paired with recordings made in Glasgow of protests.

  • 1:55-2:15pm – Milo Thesiger – Meacham (Live Group)

Milo Thesiger – Meacham is an artist based in London. His multimedia work combines text, musical composition, sound design and visual material. He is also the manager and curator of Resonance Extra, an international arts radio station.

  • 2:15-2:27pm – Christie & Leonie Kill 100 Zombies in 5 Minutes by Agnès Pe

Agnès Pe is a multimedia artist interested in interventionist art practices and tactical media and disciplines outside the field of art.

  • 2:27-2:45pm – The Holborn Cenotaph and Other Stories by Tony White (Live Solo)

Tony White is a British novelist, writer and editor. Best known for his novel Foxy-T (Faber, 2003), described by Toby Litt in 2006 as his 'favourite British novel from the past ten years', White has been called a 'serious, engaging voice of the modern city'.

  • 2:45-3:00pm – Music for Kites: Side B by Joe Wilson and Chanelle Collier

The second part of Joe Wilson and Chanelle Collier's Music for Kites.

  • 3:00-3:30pm – Chihiro Ono (Live Solo)

Born in Chiba, Japan, Chihiro Ono is a London-based Japanese sound artist and violinist specialising in chamber music, experimental music and sound art.

  • 3:30-4:00pm – That Travis (Live Solo)

That Travis is a singer-songwriter originally from Hong Kong who works with their voice, sonic expressions, lyrics and visual aids.

  • 4:00-4:30pm – Taylor and Luck by Neil Luck and Benedict Taylor

An unreleased album by Neil Luck and Benedict Taylor. Neil Luck is a composer, performer, and director based in London. His work often explores the pathos and interaction between live human performance and multimedia, and attempts to frame the act of music making as something curious, or weird, or useful, or spectacular in and of itself. Benedict Taylor is a solo violist, violinist and composer.

  • 4:30-4:50pm – Merlin Nova (Live Solo)

Merlin Nova is London-based experimental vocalist, composer and performer.

  • 4:50-5:20pm – James Oldham (Live Group)

James Oldham is a composer and performer based in London. He’s going to perform a piece with members of the ensemble from his recent large scale performance project with Klara Kofen, Dead Cast Bounce, which took place at Somerset House last year.

  • 5:20-5:40pm – Plum by Angela Wai-Nok Hui

Angela Wai-Nok Hui is a percussionist and multidisciplinary artist based in the UK and Hong Kong.

  • 5:40-6:30pm – Sister Punch (Live Duo)

Sister Punch is a performance and music duo founded by artists Giulio Dal Lago and Gianna T.

  • 6:30-7:00pm – Trash Panda QC

Trash Panda QC is a producer, dj, and live performer currently living in Brooklyn, NY.

  • 7:00-7:25pm – Miles Lukoszevieze (Live Group)

A live improvisation featuring Miles Lukoszevieze and Graeme Smith, Harry Fisher and That Travis, with bass flute, viola, harmonium and synthesisers. 

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