The “Blurred Edges” festival of contemporary music runs from the 6th to the 21st May 2011 in Hamburg, Germany.
I will be providing a live streaming performance to the Placard Headphone Festival at 11:30 CEST (10:30 BST) on the 15th May.
The performance schedule is here.
Festival programme and more info:
Martin Franklin & Phil Julian performing at the Rising Sun Arts Centre, Reading 01/04/2011 as part of Simon Whetham’s “Active Crossover” project.
“The 7.17 From West Wittering Is Late Again” is releasing six split cassettes especially for International Record Store Day.
These will be available from the Second Layer Shop (323 Archway Rd, Highgate, London) this Saturday, 16th April 2011
The tapes (in an edition of just 30 copies each) feature a UK artist on one side and a guest from overseas on the other…
“YOU ARE PLAYIN’ LIKE A FUCKIN’ PUB BAND”
Cheapmachines / Concrete Violin
BBBlood / Emil Beaulieau
Dieter Muh / Balinese Beast
Onomatopoeia / Sudden Infant
Smell & Quim / Family Battle Snake
Dylan Nyoukis / Ryan Jewell
Audio mix/excerpts from the 01/04/2011 Active Crossover performances are now available online for stream and download:
Gene Pool#45 Podcast
Simon Whetham & Jonathan Coleclough
Felicity Ford & Mark Durgan
Martin Franklin & Phil Julian
I’ll be adding various field recordings to the British Library UK SoundMap Project:
The recordings are added to the SoundMap via the online Audioboo service, and you can access my contributions here: http://audioboo.fm/phil_julian
“Arc” (Homophoni, 2008) has been featured on sound artist John Macedo’s blog The Black Plume as part of his “Listening To – Old and New” round-up.
John has included an excerpt from the recording, hear it in its original form at Homophoni.