Our regular Thursday evening slot on Resonance FM, this week hosted by Derek Walmsley, with tracks by Ensemble Economique, Kemialliset Ystävät, Theo Parrish, Stefan Jaworzyn and more.
Derek Walmsley spins a tonne of new Norton wax and features an interview with Norton co-founder and ex-Cramps drummer Miriam Linna, plus assorted 7"s from the depths of their catalogue.
Derek Walmsley hosts an experiment in deep level alpha-state chakra-tweaking under the professional supervision of NNA Tapes. Tracks by Alex Maksos, Anthony Child, Austin Caesar, Belarisk, Blanche Blanche Blanche, Eli keszler and more.
Our weekly radio show on Resonance FM, hosted by Derek Walmsley. With tracks by Bea Benjamin with Dollar Brand, Jon Collin, Henry Flynt, Paul Metzger, Hajra Sucurija, Yarou Diguidirou and more.
Hosted by Derek Walmsley, with tracks by Jorge Coelho, Idea Fire Company, Eric Chenaux & Radwan Ghazi Moumneh, William Basinski, Theo Parrish and more.
Hosted by Derek Walmsley, with wedding music from Ethiopia (traditional songs arranged by Getachew Degefu) and Syria, Tamil, India, gnawa trance music from Morroco, the Big Band music of Cairo's Salah Ragab, plus music from improvisors the world over in aid of Japanese charities following the Fukushima disaster.
Hosted by Derek Walmsley, with tracks by Daniel Menche, Radian, Dopplereffekt, Dick Mills & Brian Hodgson, Ben Dalglish and more.
Derek Walmsley and Rob Young go in search of Scotty Engel, also known as Noel Scott Engel, or the man who now goes by the stage name he adopted almost 50 years ago, Scott Walker. This show coincides with the publication of No Regrets: Writings On Scott Walker, a collection of essays put together by The Wire in conjunction with Orion Books. Originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4FM, 22 May 2012.
Hosted by Derek Walmsley, with Vatican Shadow, Lucio Capece, Cristian Vogel, Conrad Schnitzler, Don Preston and more.
The Wire's Thursday evening broadcast on Resonance FM returns in the new year with a new name: Adventures In Sound And Music. Hosted by Derek Walmsley, with tracks by André Vida, Ferran Fages, new Korean electroacoustic improvs, White Out, Microkingdom and more.
2011 end of year special, hosted by Derek Walmsley.
Hosted by Derek Walmsley with special guest Tom Scholefield aka Konx-Om-Pax. Scholefield is performing at Jonny Mugwump's Exotic Pylon night at London's Vortex, 25 November.
A special edition presenting rare ethnographic recordings from the collection of writer, musician and Wire contributor David Toop. Also available on Soundcloud.
Hosted by Derek Walmsley, spinning music from artists rolling through Newcastle's Tusk festival in October, including Vincent Epplay and Samon Takahashi, Pulse Emitter, Hype Williams and Hiss Golden Messenger. Plus 1940s era Sun Ra from the depths of Michael D Anderson's Sun Ra archive, recordings which are forthcoming on The Eternal Myth Revealed box set.
Hosted by Derek Walmsley, with tracks by Martin Carthy, Corrupted, Moniek Darge, James Ferraro, Sculpture, Derek Bailey and more.
Adventures In Modern Music this week goes crate digging through Thailand, Vietnam and Yemen with writer, compiler and musician Chris Menist (Soundway, Dust To Digital, Finders Keepers), with 7"s from Waipod Petchsuphan, Kwanjit Siphajan, Raja Ali, Van Vi and more. Chris Menist will be spinning records at Dancing Time With Soundway in London 10 September. For more DJ dates, check here.
Host Derek Walmsley presents a special episode on Bill Kouligas's Pan label, with music from Kouhei Matsunaga/NHKyx, Heatsick, Eli Keszler, Ben Vida, Andre Vida, Bill Kouligas, and Marginal Consort (their last performance from 2008).
Improvisations and field recordings spinning through the vortex of the 1s and 2s. Hosted by Derek Walmsley.
Hosted by Derek Walmsley
Hosted by Derek Walmsley
A Brief History Of Grime Tapes with Michael Finch and Rollo Jackson
Numero Group special hosted by Derek Walmsley, with Numero HQ on the line from Chicago
Erstwhile label special with Jon Abbey on the line from New York, hosted by Derek Walmsley
Talking guitars with Bill Orcutt, live on the line from San Francisco