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Verity Sharp with Jennifer Walshe

Jennifer Walshe joins Verity Sharp to talk about music on the bleeding edge of technology. Plus music from David Lynch's Eraserhead and analogue psych from Jane Weaver.

Over the last fifteen years the Irish composer Jennifer Walshe has gained a reputation as a radical and innovative voice in new music. From writing an opera for Barbie dolls and creating a collective of fake Irish composers to composing for symphony orchestras and string quartets, her work crosses boundaries with a playful intellectualism. She joins Verity Sharp to discuss post-internet music and how the online space is shaping sound.

Also on the programme, Verity marks 40 years since David Lynch released his gothic classic Eraserhead with music from the soundtrack along with a piece by another musically-minded art house film director, Jim Jarmusch, and analogue psych-pop from Jane Weaver.

Produced by Alannah Chance for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Thu 15 Jun 2017 23:00

Music Played

  • David Lynch

    In Heaven (Bonus 7inch Side A)

    • Eraserhead Original Soundtrack.
    • Sacred Bones Records.
  • Dana Jessen

    Carve (Without Reed)

    • Carve.
    • Innova.
  • Gazelle Twin

    Smash

    • Annual General Meeting Record Vol 2.
    • Anti Ghost Moon Ray.
  • Damily

    Havandra

    • Very Aomby.
    • Bongo Joe.
  • Lizabett Russo

    Save Me From Myself

    • BBC Introducing.
  • abirdwhale

    M12 1610230835

    • Self-released.
  • Rob McKay

    Equanimity

    • Self-released.
  • Anne Briggs

    The Time Has Come

    • The Time Has Come.
    • Earth Records.
  • Charles Dodge

    He Destroyed Her Image

    • Any Resemblance Is Purely Coincidental.
    • New Albion.
  • Oneohtrix Point Never

    Inside World

    • Warp.
  • Quentin Tolimieri

    A Muted One

    • Prepared Piano.
    • Creative Sources.
  • Anna Clyne

    Wonderful Day

    • Field Recordings.
    • Cantaloupe Music.
  • Can

    Moonshake

    • The Singles.
    • Mute.
  • The Del-Byzanteens

    Girls Imagination

    • Girls Imagination.
    • Don't Fall Off The Mountain.
  • De Type Inconnu

    I Seek

    • We Make Ourselves [...] By Making Each Other [...].
    • Kohlenstoff.
  • Jane Weaver

    Loops In The Secret Society

    • Modern Kosmology.
    • Fire Records.
  • The Chordettes

    They Say It's Wonderful

    • Drifting and Dreaming.
    • TP4 Music.
  • David Lynch

    In Heaven (Lady in the Radiator Song)

    • Eraserhead Original Soundtrack.
    • Sacred Bones Records.

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