Resonance FM: Everything
Summary: Every single Resonance FM show which has ever been released as a podcast.
Unfortunately having to do three episodes in a row took its first victim as Simon took the week off. But he forgot to check this with HR and with his appraisal due this wasn't a good time to be doing this. Luckily our HR is an incredibly efficient department and managed to get a highly qualified Super-Special Guest Host in Tim Hibbs from the Big Red Barrel podcast. We highly recommend his podcast for those rare weeks when we haven't done a show (but if you listen any other time you'll go on The List). And in addition to our SSGH we also had a SSG! Kristian Andrews from Studio OwlBear came into the, er, studio to tell us about his game Barbara-Ian and to let out a Category C swear word. It's a Rogue-like (depending on the definition) based on a series of videos that Kristian sent to annoy Comedy Central/win a competition that Comedy Central had. We found out how Kristian had the idea to turn it into a video game and tried to come up with names for a sequel. Oh, and it's out on Friday! GameUnder told us of his latest developments in games under development and Sega Badawi dropped some local news on those assembled. Team OLL decided that a trip to Montreal was in order, Ann had a photo with a Japanese rock band, Ste got incredibly worried about fridges and brainstormed a sequel to Chuckie Egg (that already exists). You might also pick up during this episode that Ste has launched a new Kickstarter, but we hardly mention it. Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: https://twitter.com/KristianAndrews https://twitter.com/BRBTim http://www.barbaraian.com https://vimeo.com/24606015 http://www.studioowlbear.com http://www.bigredbarrel.com/blog/ https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/782536717/chime-sharp-the-classic-music-puzzle-game-returns Track list: 1. Buried For a Day - Pathways http://chipmusic.org/bfad/music/pathways 2. Motionride - Utterless http://chipmusic.org/motionride/music/utterless-[edm-amiga-chiptune] 3. Brink - Joe Shmoe in Rio http://chipmusic.org/brink/music/joe-shmoe-in-rio-roland-mt-32-remix 4. Laffe the Fox - The Sweden Experience http://chipmusic.org/laffe+the+fox/music/laffe-the-fox---the-sweden-experience
Panel Borders: Writing as the Other Continuing a month of shows about comics that are about or from Australasia, Alex Fitch talks to cartoonist turned novelist Ed Hillyer about The Clay Dreaming – his account of an Aborigine Cricket Team in 19th Century Britain, and how writing a book without pictures differs to his experience […]
After eight varied and exciting days of bike racing, the riders in the Tour de France take a well-earned rest day. Cycling journalist and author Edward Pickering has been following the race and is on hand to review the first week and look ahead to how the race will unfold as the road heads uphill […]
regular edition featuringespaces sonores, chris lynn, yannick dauby, emanuele costantini, sounds from the aporee soundmaps, and a framework introduction recorded in france by barry cullen.
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 10th July 2015 Skydive Trio, ‘Bravo’ From Sun Moee, NORWAY HUBRO HUBROCD2537 CD (2015) Mucky Sailor, ‘Beefy Bells (The Bells Of Beefy)’ From Albatross Silly Albatross, UK CARE IN THE COMMUNITY RECORDINGS 10″ EP (2015) The Original Beekeepers, ‘Pile Up’ From How The River Runs Dry, UK LINEAR OBSESSIONAL […]
Alicia Walter, leader of Chicago Art-Pop band Oshwa, tells Lee Stapleford about her inspiration, motivation and craft. This is an extended version of the programme originally broadcast on 9th July 2015, Resonance FM, London
We're still trying to solve the mystery that is sweeping the gaming world: Where did Marioke disappear to in July? And furthermore: When is it being held in August? Hopefully we'll get a little closer to the truth in this week's episode. Oh, and we did talk quite a bit about Her Story too, which made sense as this week's Super-Special Guest was its designer Sam Barlow. He came up on the sleeper from Portsmouth to tell us all about the game. Except for the plot. But hopefully you will understand from this episode that Her Story is a different type of game. The type of game that Simon dislikes, so what will he think of Her Story? Away from Her Story we found out that Simon looked a little different, Ann was beach body ready and Ste met some men on the Internet. Sega Badawi and GameUnder provided us with some features and we got onto the hot, hot topic of fans in consoles. Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: https://twitter.com/mrsambarlow http://www.herstorygame.com/ Track list: 1. Klamm - Rise http://chipmusic.org/klamm/music/rise 2. Kuro - Before It Ends http://chipmusic.org/kuro/music/before-it-ends 3. MilLs DJ - Reunited http://chipmusic.org/mills+dj/music/mills-dj---reunited 4. Brink - It Is What It Is http://chipmusic.org/brink/music/it-is-what-it-is-1-bit
To see properly pointy buildings, of course, one need go no further than Pointy Town. Now there is a place where the architects and builders do not fight shy of true pointiness. There is not an edifice in Pointy Town that is not pointy, certainly pointier than the Shard. Not just buildings, but statues, street […]
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Panel Borders: Dylan Horrocks and the Magic Pen Starting a month of shows about Australasian comics, Alex Fitch talks to New Zealander cartoonist Dylan Horrocks about his work. Fitch and Horrocks discuss the latter’s run on DC Comics’ Batgirl from 2003-2004, his self-published comics Atlas and Pickle and his latest graphic novel Sam Zabel and […]
OK, so the one week break turned into a two week break, but you can trust that One Life Left will never let you down again. Except for Marioke in July which we've had to cancel. And we'll be going on our summer holidays before too long. It's also pretty hot. Now, Team OLL are used to being hot, but this is an altogether different kind of hot. It's the type of hot that makes you have a can of Malibu and pineapple at the cricket and tricks you into thinking that your leggings will dry in time to go out. It's also the kind of hot where you reckon that hot and heat are words that are interchangeable. This week's show is rather cultured as our Super-Special Guests were Darren Wall from Read Only Memory and Alex Wiltshire from The Streets. They were in to promote ROM's first self-funded book Britsoft: An Oral History, which involved speaking to the major players in the British coding scene such as Jon Hare, Mel Croucher and Peter Moulinex. We also found out how you get Nintendo to give you two million dollars, tried to work out who is this generation's Jeff Minter and Ste thought about Jez San. GameUnder made a welcome return (along with a new microphone) and Sega Badawi told us about the latest local news (from two weeks ago). And we also promoted a certain special someone's new book about computer games, we really can't recommend it highly enough and we're certain that you'll enjoy their work so much. They really deserve every success with it. Cheerio! Team OLL x Links: http://readonlymemory.vg http://Twitter.com/iamdarrenwall http://Twitter.com/rotational https://gumroad.com/caraellison (Do we have to include this book in the links? Really? Oh alright then) http://www.amazon.co.uk/Death-Video-Game-obsession-frontline/dp/1781254214/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8 Track listing: 1. Jakim - Night Air http://chipmusic.org/jakim/music/night-air 2. motionride - Un Petit Robot http://chipmusic.org/motionride/music/un-petit-robot-[lsdj-chiptune] 3. Sudstep - No Guts, No Glory http://chipmusic.org/sudstep/music/no-guts-no-glory-lsdj-demix-defqon1-anthem-2015 4. UFO - Moon http://chipmusic.org/ufo/music/moon
With just a few days until the start of the 2015 Tour de France, cycling author, journalist and photographer Guy Andrews joins Jack Thurston to look forward to one of the most eagerly anticipated grand tours in decades. With four strong contenders and an action-packed parcours, the race promises three weeks of bike racing excitement.
Jack Thurston’s guest this week is self-confessed angry young man, Julian Sayarer, who, five years ago, set a new record for cycling around the world. Having taken a strong dislike to Mark Beaumont, the previous record-holder, whose record attempt was backed by big business and, according to Sayarer, represented everything that was wrong with the world. He wanted to beat Beaumont and take the record back ‘for the people’. They meet on on the banks of the River Wye a few miles downstream from the city of Hereford. Julian Sayarer’s book Life Cycles is published by John Blake and available in paperback and on the Kindle.
The Sound Projector Radio Show Friday 6th February 2015 Geins’t Naït + L. Petitgand, ‘Je Vous Dis’ From Je Vous Dis, FRANCE ICI DAILLEURS MT01 CD (2014) Manyfingers, ‘From Madam Hilda Soarez’ From The Specactular Nowhere, FRANCE ICI DAILLEURS MT02 CD (2014) dDash, ‘Sue Me Girl’ From Hyperactive Jerk, FRANCE TSUNAMI ADDICTION CD (2014) Nick […]
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