Flirt FM presents Feed Me Weird Things – Walking Sucks Edition 20th March ’13
A special guest mix from Spungo finishes off the show. Before that, there’s scratching and turntablism, folk old and new, an Electroinc Pioneer, Italian Library music, Rodriguez’s 70’s stylings and something new from Dark Sky.
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From Homer to Ezra Pound, from Virgil to Camus, the use as well as the description of sound has been a constant presence in both poetry and fiction. Sound Devices is a series of curated monthly events setting out to explore the creative connection between sound and literature with an exciting program taking place in historical Rathmines Library.
Organised in celebration of the Library’s 100th Anniversary and curated by award-winning sound artist La Cosa Preziosa, each monthly event will present a varied and thought-provoking programme of Irish and International soundscape miniatures sent in from around the world.
My piece Sea Fever, based on the poem by John Masefield and read by Aran Morrison will be featured at Sound Devices N.3 on Thursday the 28th of March at 6.30pm in Rathmines Library. there will also be a short questions and answers session.
Tea & Choonage has been a series of musical adventures in the relaxing and atmospheric surroundings of The Secret Garden in Galway. Myself, Deletia and Welfare are the residents and we have welcomed the best electronic explorers from the city and beyond over the last few months.
This Thursday the 28th sees the last Tea & Choonage for a while taking place in The Secret Garden from 6-11pm. It’s going to a special one, with guests Bluefood, Zyme, Miles Iwes, Chris Crehan and Brian Concannon all performing. Not to be missed.
Listen to my ambient/modern classical/chilled beats mix from Tea & Choonage #5 above.
Other mixes can be listened to here:
Tea & Choonage #3
Tea & Choonage #2
Tea & Choonage #1
Flirt FM Presents Feed Me Weird Things – Does Whatever A Spider Can edition 6th March ’13
Special guest this week is Declan Kelly and we discuss the upcoming gig in Galway featuring Richard Dawson, Brigid Power Ryce and The Driftwood Manor. We also chat about Abandon Reason and the series of concerts in a disused carpark. There’s smooth Sade meets Junior Boys from Rhye, Oramics from daphne Oram, dark drone from The Haxan Cloak and improvised kosmische from JG/BC.
Tea & Choonage is an evening of electronic musical minstrelling in Galway’s bestest little Tea shop and cafe, The Secret Garden.
Electronica, TripHop,IDM, Experimental, wonk, bonk and chonk, Chillout, Soundscape and twisted cosmic journeys into electronic wonderland
Chill back on the pillows , smoke a hookah and sip away from a wide range of teas from all over the world, herbal, fruit and spicy, green, white, black, roiboos and many more…Coffees are available too for those who prefer the harder stuff.
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Sound Devices is a series of curated listening events at Rathmines Library. Organised in celebration of the Library’s 100th Anniversary and curated by award-winning sound artist La Cosa Preziosa, each monthly event will present a varied and thought-provoking programme of Irish and International soundscape miniatures sent in from around the world.
Sound Devices No. 2 will take place in Rathmines Library on Thursday the 28th February at 6.30pm.
My piece ‘Sea Fever’, based on the poem by John Masefield and read by Aran Morrison will feature in Sound Devices No. 3 on Thursday March 28th at 6.30pm in the Library and I will be holding a short question and answer session on the piece. This is a free event.
Currently in pre-production. I’m With The Band documents the work of Athlone band Bite The Killer Cat, from the songwriting process to the release of their first CD. In addition to interviews regarding the band’s background, influences and future plans, the series covers some of the many aspects of being in an original band, such as recording, performing, shooting a music video, and the preparation involved in releasing original material. Produced by Alan Meaney. Presenter, sound engineer and editing by Amanda Gunning. This programme is funded with the support of the BAI’s Sound & Vision funding scheme.
Check out Bite The Killer Cat’s website http://www.bitethekillercat.com/
Currently in pre-production. The Poet’s Corner’ is a series of fifteen short ten minute slots on Athlone Community Radio’s ‘For Arts Sake’ Programme. Fifteen different local poets will perform one to two of their works and will speak with the presenter about their style, influences and experiences in poetry. Produced and presented by Alan Meaney. Featuring poets from Making Space, Athlone Castle Writer’s Group and local individuals. This programme is funded with the support of the BAI’s Sound & Vision funding scheme.