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21 October 2005

Friday 21 October 2005 22:15-23:30 (Radio 3)

Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with guitarist John Parish at his studio in Bristol.

Duration:

1 hour 15 minutes

Playlist

MIXING IT

Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall
Produced by Felix Carey
Factsheet compiled by Sam Hickling

Tel. 020 7765 4661
Fax. 020 7765 4378
e-mail mixing.it@bbc.co.uk

Friday 21 October 2005, 10:15pm


Gricer: Staccato (2.16)
This band take their name from a slang word meaning 'an individual with specialist knowledge'.
David Maleed (electric guitars/Hammond B3 organ/glockenspiel/environmental sounds/clapping); Subs Subassa (bass guitar); Dylan Howe (drums); Jay Phelps (trumpet); Jenny Adejayan (cello); Philip Bagenal (piano)
album: Gricer
Taut Recordings TR1
http://www.tautrecordings.co.uk/

Four Tet: A Joy (featuring Percee P) (2.56)
This is the third single from Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet's recent Everything Ecstatic album, which features the talents of drummer Steve Reid.
EP: A Joy (remixes)
Domino RUG 213
http://www.fourtet.net/
http://www.dominorecordco.com/
Click here to read an interview with Four Tet's Kieran Hebden
Tour dates:
22/10 - Harpers, Hastings
23/10 - Soul Tree, Cambridge
26/10 - Cavern Club, Exeter
27/10 - The Point, Cardiff
28/10 - Trinity Arts Centre, Bristol
29/10 - The Zodiac, Oxford
30/10 - South Street, Reading
31/10 - Dot Zero, Sheffield
01/11 - Mint Lounge, Manchester
02/11 - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
03/11 - The Sage, Gateshead
04/11 - Liquid Room, Edinburgh
05/11 - The ABC, Glasgow
07/11 - Concorde 2, Brighton
08/11 - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
09/11 - Central Station, Wrexham
10/11 - Hammersmith Palais, London
13/11 - Spring and Airbrake, Belfast

Bell Orchestre: Recording a Tunnel (the invisible bells) (6.36)
Bell Orchestre is a side project for Richard Parry and Sarah Neufield of the acclaimed Montréal band Arcade Fire.
album: Recording a Tape the Colour of the Night
Rough Trade RTRADCDP257
http://www.bellorchestre.com/
http://www.roughtraderecords.com/
Click here to read a review of this album

Phonophani: Cloudberry (4.13)
Phonophani is Norwegian multi-instrumentalist and electronic composer Espen Sommer Eide. On this, his third album, he has created much of the music using software he designed himself. This features Maja Ratkje of Norwegian group Spunk on vocals.
album: Oak or Rock
Rune Grammofon RCD2038
http://www.runegrammofon.com/
http://www.alog.net/phonophani/
Click here to read a review of this album

John Parish interview (31.44)

Music details:
John Parish: Boxers
Jean-Marc Butty (drums); Marta Collica (Keyboards/vocals); John Parish (guitar/vocals); Giorgia Poli (bass/vocals); Jeremy Hogg (slide guitar/lap steel)

John Parish: Water Road
Jean-Marc Butty (drums); Marta Collica (Keyboards/vocals); John Parish (guitar/vocals); Giorgia Poli (bass/vocals)

John Parish: Even Redder Than That Too
Jean-Marc Butty (drums); Marta Collica (loops/keyboards/vocals); John Parish (guitar/vocals); Giorgia Poli (bass/vocals)

John Parish: Stable Life
Jim Barr (bass guitar); Stuart Bell (guitar); Aaron Dewey (shadow vocal); David Donahue (lead vocal from original 1997 demo); Wayne Higgins (keyboard); Jeremy Hogg (blue box guitar); Clare Mactaggart (violin); Jesse Morningstar (treated violin); John Parish (guitars/piano/harmony vocal); Tammy Payne (drums); Ben Shillabeer (guitar); Adrian Utley (guitar)
album: How Animals Move
Thrill Jockey thrill 110 (released 2002)

John Parish and Polly Jean Harvey: City of No Sun (Tokyo)
album: Dance Hall at Louse Point
Island CID 8051 (released 1996)
http://www.pjharvey.net/

John Parish: Kansas City Electrician
Jean-Marc Butty (drums); Marta Collica (Keyboards/vocals); John Parish (guitar/vocals); Giorgia Poli (bass/vocals); Hugo Race (guitar)
except where indicated:
album: Once Upon A Little Time
Thrill Jockey thrill157
http://www.johnparish.com/
http://www.thrilljockey.com/


Andrew Pekler: Localite; Ogondok (4.54)
Andrew Pekler is a Californian now based in Germany. On this album, his third, he explores the inner workings of the mixing desk, with the help of samples of the 1950s works of Morton Feldman, the celebrated American minimalist.
album: Strings + Feedback
Staubgold 62
http://www.andrewpekler.com/
http://www.staubgold.com/
Click here to read a review of this album

Mugison: The Wedding Song (2.41)
A new song from Iceland's one-man band, taken from the b-side to the single 'I Want You' - a track which originally appeared on his 'Mugimama Is This Monkey Music' LP.
EP: I Want You
Accidental AC22CDS
http://www.mugison.com/
http://www.magicandaccident.com/

Thomas Buckner: Improvisation with David Darling, cello (5.38)
Baritone Thomas Buckner has been working in the field of new and improvised music for more than 30 years, in which time he has had over 70 composers write pieces for him, and has appeared on more than 40 recordings with the likes of Alvin Lucier, Roscoe Mitchell and Phill Niblock.
album: Contexts
Mutablemusic 17520-2
Mutablemusic, 109 West 27th Street, Seventh Floor, New York NY 10001
http://www.thomasbuckner.com/
http://www.mutablemusic.com/

Dangerdoom: The Mask (feat. Ghostface) (3.13)
New York meets LA, with MF Doom (aka Zev Love X/Daniel Dumile) representing the East Coast and Danger Mouse (The Grey Album/Gorillaz) representing the West. Also here is Wu Tang Clan's Ghostface.
album: The Mouse & the Mask
Lex Records LEX036 cd
Lex Records, PO Box 34207, London NW5 1LP
http://www.dangerdoom.com/
http://djdangermouse.com/
http://www.lexrecords.com/


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