Club Integral Radio Show
The Club Integral Radio Show is presented by His Grace the Earl of Killorglin & Andrew Scott Bolton from 9.30 to 10.30 pm every Wednesday evening on Resonance 104.4 FM or at http://www.resonancefm.com. Expect the usual mix of studio guests, archive recordings and a featured guest on the regular Devils Island Disc spot.
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FRIDAY 20TH OCTOBER
With sets from Nature Centre, Robert Storey’s World of Song, & Swordfish
Birmingham-based pranksters Nature Centre make effervescent absurdist punk pop underpinned by irresistible psychedelic tunes. They are Beth, Bird, Hamish and Oli.
“…The kind of fololoppy pop that Syd Barrett might make if he headed up a harmony girl group under the influence.” Unorthodox Paradox
“…A little Syd-era Floyd meets quality indie pop, all wrapped up in lovely Brummieness.” Hearing Aid blog
Robert Storey’s World of Song
Robert Storey has been making music since the late seventies largely with his loose Murphy collective – Murphy Federation, Orchestre Murphy, Murphy No Geisha, Laboratoires Murphy, and other side projects. This millenium he has been working with a series of collaborators – Atsuko Kamura, Rachael Gardner, Kathy Hulme, Davis Perlis, Florence Renaud, & Natalie Mason. Recently his relationship with US label ER Records has led to some of his work being reissued alongside new releases, and now ER are about to release a Murphy Greatest Hits LP, as well as a Robert Storey box set of his entire oeuvre, fifteen albums and an EP. To reflect the resurgent interest in his work Storey has reluctantly agreed to perform his own work live for the first time in several years. He is accompanied on this outing by musical all-rounder & Club Integral Midlands Branch organiser Natalie Mason.
Swordfish are a queer fish, making as they do “danceable improv”. Made up of members whose work cover free music, jazz, rock, folk, electronics and other esoteric and unnamed forms, they have plenty of places to go, and go there they do. They are Simon King – guitar & effects, Tom Clarke – drums, Peter Marsh – bass, and Chris Cornetto – trumpet. Ntchuks Bonga, saxophonist is otherwise engaged, and the band will play as a quartet.