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REBLOG – Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone with Ingrid Plum

I haven’t gone mad but posting this for two reasons. Firstly it links in with some items about Ingrid Plum and gives Fractal Meat a plug as it is a radio show that gives space and promotes experimental, noise and sound music being created today. Well worth visiting.

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On Friday 18th September Ingrid Plum will join me in the studio to perform live and play some tracks from her forthcoming album, Plangent. Tune into NTS from 8-10am.

Using extended technique and improvisation, Plum combines her voice with field recordings and electronics to create layered soundscapes blending spoken word and song. Her recordings and live performance have the honesty and intimacy of a confessional alongside the sonic scope of the forests and open coastlines of her native Denmark, a landscape that inspires much of her music.

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NEWS / EVENT – Brighton Digital Festival Radio // Future Sounds Conference

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I will be talking at Brighton’s Digital Radio Festival on Sept 24th part of a day long conference being run by Totally Radio a day of inspiring conversation, music, live broadcast and sound art at radio’s cutting edge. More info

http://brightondigitalfestival.co.uk

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Studio guest: Liz Helman

Missed this but I have checked and you can still listen to the show on NTS and here is the link for FRACTAL MEAT ON A SPONGY BONE http://www.ntsradio.co.uk/shows/fractalmeat/

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Liz-helman

Studio guest on Friday 20th MArch will be Liz Helman: tune into NTS from 8am to 10am.

Liz Helman is a London-based artist and independent curator working across different media, including photography, video and sound. Manipulating her own recorded and found sound, she constructs atmospheric sound pieces, and in all her time-based media works, she explores the psychological and emotional attachment to place and dwelling. Journeying between recollection and reality, she challenges format driven orthodoxies, fragmenting and layering image and sound to consider the experience of dislocation and displacement.

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FEMINATRONIC CONNECT NEWS

It occurred to me that not everyone is on Facebook and often there are interesting news items that come up on the Feminatronic Connect Facebook page that not everyone can see. So I thought that I would have the occasional posts that grouped together some of these items and hopefully bring them to a wider audience. So here goes..

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entropy : Louise Mackenzie

As part of her first solo exhibition, transformation content, at The Holy Biscuit Gallery, artist Louise Mackenzie broadcasts a composition that explores the relationship between human social behaviour and the scientific construct of entropy.

Entropy is a sound installation that begins with physical objects, is transformed into a live performance and then ends as a digital entity, broadcast daily on basic.fm and into the gallery space until the close of the exhibition.

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