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Stream a video of the title track from Project UNDARK's recent album, a collaboration between Dieter Moebius, the vocalist Phew and Erika Kobayashi.

Project UNDARK's Radium Girls 2011 is an album about the history of radiation and radiation illness. The record is named after a case which occurred in New Jersey in the 1920s where five factory workers sued the US Radium Corporation. Women had been hired to cover watch dials with a paint called Undark which they were told was harmless, but actually contained radium. The women were poisoned when they licked their brushes, and painted their nails with the luminous paint.

Project UNDARK's Radium Girls 2011 is the subject of an article by Clive Bell in The Wire 342.

Watch Colin Stetson's "SORROW: I"

Watch the full five minute video of Colin Stetson's "SORROW: I (Extract)", taken from his forthcoming reimagining of Henryk Górecki’s Symphony No 3.

Watch two videos by artist Lisa Busby

Watch “Platinum Ash Rose Gold” and “Hollow Blown Egg” by musician and artist Lisa Busby. Her debut release Fingers In The Gloss is out now via Bandcamp