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Slabcake: Playlist 2

22 05 2011

The inevitable result of the natural sequence of events


Here are details of the tracks played in the second edition of Slabcake on 22nd May 2011.


Acid Wilhelm : L'Interfaccia della Mente e del Cervello
from the single Una Ricerca per la Morte   
Learn to Swim
www.learntoswimrecordings.co.uk


Delia Derbyshire (BBC Radiophonic Workshop): The Delian Mode
from the album BBC Radiophonic Music  
BBC Music
Malcolm Clarke (BBC Radiophonic Workshop) : The Comet is Coming
from the album BBC Radiophonic Workshop – A Retrospective  
BBC Worldwide Ltd


Mix by Nick Harris: Excerpts of Pain and Delight 
Nick Harris plays bass with Dead Sea Apes, a three-piece instrumental group based in Manchester. Since mid-2009 they have been developing a hard-hitting, dynamic blend of desert rock, drone, garage rock, krautrock, post-rock, western soundtracks and psychedelia. Their debut single Soy Dios was released in December 2010, a nine-minute instrumental taking its inspiration from the Mexican psycho-Western film El Topo and backed by two equally epic remixes. They are currently working on a new EP.
 

- Throbbing Gristle : Untitled 2 from the album Heathen Earth, Mute Records
- Godflesh: Flowers from the In all languages compilation, Earache Records
- Denis Jones: Rage from the album Red + Yellow, Humble Soul 
- Damo Suzuki with Dead Sea Apes: Untitled 2 from Live at Dulcimer
- Stray Light: A series of easily forgotten mistakes from Waves Broken, Doubtful sound records 
Gnod: Untitled 1 from Gnod 

Mix by Steven Heaton: Turn From the Light 
Steven Heaton is a local artist whose work work is held in collections in England, America and Sweden. He works at Soaptank Studios in Warrington. The first Saturday of every month is 'Open Studios' to which all visitors and curious people are welcome. www.soaptank.co.uk He is also an associate member of OK Studios click here to view some of his work Steven has just finished an exhibition 'Time Pieces' which was held at 'Peter Scott Gallery' and was funded by Lancaster University. He was selected to appear in the Liverpool Biennial 2010. His photography was exhibited in 'The Hive Gallery' Arkansas, America in April this year & prints are available from the gallery: www.fayettevilleunderground.org

- D.D.Denham: Two Teeth Missing from the album Electronic Music in the Classroom, Cafe Kaput 
- excerpt from The Moomins: The Hobgoblins Hat 
Crystal Castles: Fainting Spells from the album Crystal Castles II, Polydor 
- Tune Traveler - Clutchy Hopkins Meets Lord Kenjamin; Music is my medicine 
- excerpt from The Signalman (BBCTV, 1976)
- excerpt from Schalcken the Painter (BBCTV, 1979) 
- Broadcast and The Focus Group: The Song Before from Study Series 04: Familiar Shapes & Noises, Ghost Box
- excerpt from Valerie and Her Week of Wonders (Soundtrack), Finders Keepers Records 
- Institute du loop, A Place to Drown (Hive Gallery Exhibition USA) 
- Broadcast: America's Boy from the album Tender Buttons, Warp Records 
- Mike Vickers: Mr Milkman
- Protect and Survive (Music for your domestic nuclear shelter)


Used as background to "Myths in Popular Music": 
Acid Wilhelm: A Thought (Leg Probably Wants to Move)
from the single Music Through a Microscope 
Learn to Swim 
www.learntoswimrecordings.co.uk


Gavin Bryars : Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet (excerpt)
from the album The Sinking of the Titanic / Jesus's Blood Never Failed Me Yet 
Virgin Records


Slabcake is produced by Learn to Swim Recordings for Chorlton FM 


Presented by Pete Nitrous. Produced by Acid Wilhelm. 

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