Resonance FM 11/10/17

Kicked off this episode with an uplifting earworm from Jon Tabakin's self-titled private press record. I then played a trio of tunes that represent the intersection of technology and materiality, electronic and acoustic, digital and analog: first, I Am Just A Pupil's meeting of a child's conversation with Siri and some new-age music; then James Ferraro's astounding 'Ten Songs For Humanity', from the album Human Story 3, which saw Ferraro represent orchestral arrangements and instrumentation digitally through MIDI; and finally Isao Tomita's cosmic synth rendition of Debussy's Arabesque No.1, which features some of the greatest synth sounds ever produced. I then played a tune from one of my favourite voices, the wonderfully distinctive Yeshimebet Dubale, before closing with Kiyohiko Senba's triumphant and bonkers theatrical piece 'Sports Festival'. Tickets for tomorrow night's gig are still available here before they increase to £7 on the door!

Dig That Treasure (11/10/17)
Jon Tabakin - It's Never Too Late To Smile
I Am Just A Pupil - Oasis
James Ferraro - Ten Songs For Humanity
Isao Tomita - Arabesque No.1
Yeshimebet Dubale - Ayimeshim
Kiyohiko Senba & The Haniwa All-Stars - Sports Festival

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