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19 January 2007

Friday 19 January 2007 22:15-23:30 (Radio 3)

Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a mix of musical styles and influences.


1 hour 15 minutes



Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall

Tel. 020 7765 5870
Fax. 020 7765 4378
e-mail mixing.it@bbc.co.uk

Friday 19th January 2007, 10.15pm

Tin Hat:
Daisy Bell (4'58")
Formerly the Tin Hat Trio, Tin Hat was founded in 1997 by Mark Orton, Carla Kihlstedt and Rob Burger. Burger left in 2004, and the duo continued by broadening their soundworld and changing their name.
Album: The Sad Machinery of Spring
Hannibal HNCD1524

L Pierre:
Gullsong (5'00")
Aidan Moffatt - formerly of Arab Strap - has reinvented himself as a pseudo-sound artist focussing on the great outdoors, and especially the sea.
Album: Dip
Melodic MELO045P

NDR Big Band / Colin Towns:
Franks Big Boogie Machine (
Frank Deller (saxophone)
Colin Towns is a British composer and big band leader who's recently been working with the Hamburg-based NDR big band.
Album: Lend Me Your Ears
Provocateur PVC1038

Husky Rescue:
My Home Ghost (3'06")
Usually a one-man band, Helsinki-based composer & producer Marko Nyberg invited around twenty different musicians to play on this record. Husky Rescue also tour as a 5-piece band.
Album: Ghost is Not Real
Catskills RIDCD0T5

Bass Communion / Muslimgauze:
Seven (9'00")
This album arose out of the late Bryn Jones / Muslimgauze's addiction with remixing any music that crossed his path and which he felt he could improve on in some way..
Album: Bass Communion / Muslimgauze
Soleilmoon SOL146cd

Tin Hat:
Blind Paper Dragon (3'11")
The Sad Machinery of Spring
Hannibal HNCD1524

Siobhan Cleary:
Diamorphine (6'46")
This compilation features eleven Irish composers. Siobhan Cleary cites The Velvet Underground as an influence on this piece.
Album: Various - Contemporary Music from Ireland Vol. 6
The Contemporary Music Centre Ireland CMCCD06

The Monroe Transfer:
End Music (7'02")
This London-based 6-piece group mix chamber string instruments with guitars to produce playing long, densely orchestrated instrumental music.
Album: Electric Old Wire Noise
white label

Equivox Trio:
Ku Ku (5'36")
The Equivox Trio are Rob Buckland on saxophone, Simone Rebello, percussion, and Peter Lawson, piano.
Album: The Time is Now
Equivox Trio E301

Slope (4'38")
This Manchester-based producer and occasional DJ has been making music for 6 years, and is also part of Virus Syndicate in addition to running the label Contagious.
Album: Copyright Laws
Planet Mu ZIQ169CD

Helena Espvall:
Nimis & Arx (6'08")
This is the debut solo album of the Swedish-born multi-instrumentalist Helena Espvall. In addition to working with various experimental American rock bands, she also plays cello for Espers.
Album: Nimis & Arx
Pax PR90284

Daphne Oram:
Lego Builds it (0'56"); Rotolock (1'27");
Daphne Oram, a music balancer / engineer in the classical music department of BBC Radio, set up the BBC Radiophonic Workshop in Maida Vale Studios in 1958. She subsequently left the BBC to focus on composition and developing her Oramics system to convert drawings of waveforms into sound.
Album: Oramics
Paradigm PD21

Forthcoming on Mixing It:
26 January - All CD
2 February - Report from Berlin
9 February - Final edition: All CD

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