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Wevie Stonder

Friday 2 June 2006 22:15-23:30 (Radio 3)

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a studio session by Wevie Stonder, who combine electronic music, live instruments and unpredictable narrative.


1 hour 15 minutes



Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall
Produced by Philip Tagney
Factsheet compiled by Sam Hickling

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

Friday 2 June 2006, 10:15pm

Jamie Lidell: Multiply (Herbert's Hoedown Bump Instrumental) (5.08)
Although credited as Multiply on the CD, this appears to be a Matthew Herbert remix of the track A Little Bit More from Jamie Lidell's album of last year.
EP: Multiply Additions
Warp Records WARPCD143
Click here to read an interview with this artist

Danielson: My Lion Sleeps Tonight (3.03)
When they came in to the BBC to record their recent Mixing It session, Deerhoof were raving about this album, on which they appear alongside the likes of Sufjan Stevens and Why? Danielson is New Jersey's Daniel Smith, also of Danielson Famile.
album: Ships
Secretly Canadian SC 103

Wevie Stonder: Confusion (2.56); Handbag Nut (2.52); Gypsy Chimp (3.54)
Recorded 25 May 2006 at BBC Maida Vale Studio 3
Alan Boorman (turntable/laptop/electric guitar/ukulele); Chris Umney aka Henry Music aka The Admiral (vocals/sampler); Henry Sargeant aka Mr Vast (vocals/timpani/cuica/North African goatskin bagpipes); Nadir Al-Badri aka The Vice President (bass/piano/trumpet/celeste); Matt Grey (clarinet/bass clarinet/harmonica/wooden flute)
BBC session recording - not commercially available

Hugh Davies: Celeritas (1987) (8.36)
When he died last year, Hugh Davies had been putting together this compilation of his own works. This track was made in 1987 on a Fairlight Series IIx computer at Goldsmith's College in London.
album: Tapestries
Ants AG04

Mike Patton feat. Norah Jones: Sucker (2.33)
On this album, Faith No More singer Mike Patton has assembled an impressive array of guests, including Odd Nosdam and Doseone of Clouddead, Amon Tobin, Kool Keith, Massive Attack, Bebel Gilberto and Kid Koala. But Mixing It has gone for perhaps the most unexpected collaboration with MOR favourite Norah Jones.
album: Peeping Tom
Ipecac IPC 77

Tells: Grey Stones (3.18)
Tells is the Aberdeen-based duo of Jim Version and Caroline Ross, formerly based in London with the band Delicate Awol. This song came from a bass riff that Caroline was jamming before a band rehearsal.
Caroline Ross (vocals/bass); Jim Version (guitar/keyboards); Jo Wright (trumpet); Neil Scollay (drums)
album: Hope Your Wounds Heal
Fire Records FIRECD95

Jazkamer: Metal Music Machine (4.11)
Norwegian noise kings Jazkamer (formerly Jazzkammer) are Iver Sandøy, Ivar Bjørnson, John Hegre, Jørgen Træen, Lasse Marhaug and Olav Kristiseter. They have been making noise for 8 years now.
album: Metal Music Machine
Smalltown Supernoise STSJ118CD

Wevie Stonder: Gagged and Bound (4.47); Boiled Egg (4.28)
Recorded 25 May 2006 at BBC Maida Vale Studio 3
See above for line-up
BBC session recording - not commercially available

Ricardo Climent: The Last Castrati (9.00)
This tape composition was made by Spanish-born composer Ricardo Climent, who is a researcher at Belfast's Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC). Inspired by the gramophone records of Alessandro Moreschi, 'the last castrato', the piece explores ideas of genetically engineering a human voice capable of anything.
album: Contemporary Music from Ireland volume 5
The Contemporary Music Centre Ireland CMC CD05

Anthony Pateras and Robin Fox: Apocalypse Now & Then (2.33)
Robin Fox (computer programming and controllers); Anthony Pateras (voice/synthi A/mixing desk/electronics/objects)
This is a duo from Melbourne, Australia, who specialise in mutant noise electro. Anthony Pateras recorded a session for Mixing It not long ago with drummer Sean Baxter and guitarist David Brown.
album: Flux Compendium
Editions Mego 080

Our Brother the Native:
Nauticul Spirits - Welcome to the Aquarium (5.47)
Our Brother the Native are a trio from Michigan consisting of 16 year-olds John Michael Foss and Joshua Bertram and 18 year-old John Michael. They were discovered by FatCat Records last year through the phenomenon that is Myspace.com.
album: Tooth and Claw
FatCat Records FATSP12

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