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Episode #2776

The Irish New Music Scene

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Sunday, March 28, 2010

For this New Sounds, we'll take a look at the Irish new music scene, with composers Daniel Figgis and Roger Doyle. Doyle is a former jazz-rock drummer, and writes electro-acoustic and electronic music. Multi-instrumentalist Daniel Figgis is a former member of Virgin Prunes, and an ambient electronic composer of multi-media works, most recently, "Post-Production," as heard on the New Sounds Live concert series.

PROGRAM #2776, New Irish Music (First aired on Friday, 3-14-08)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Daniel Figgis

Skipper

The Please Front [3:30]

Black Burst #005, distr. by Rough Trade www.roughtraderecords.com
Info at www.danielfiggis.com

Roger Doyle

Baby Grand

Baby Grand [4:00]

Available at BVHAAST
www.xs4all.nl OR
Info at www.rogerdoyle.com

Daniel Figgis

Private tapes

Timothy Cream’s Crown of Wines [4:30]

Info at www.danielfiggis.com

Brian O’Huiggin

Tionchar

Balintore Fancy [3:30]

www.brohig.com is under construction. No further information.

Richard G. Evans

Private recording

Grindlewald’s Wedding [5:00]

Information at: www.myspace.com/richardgevans

General Practise

Private recording

Keith’s Solo [4:00]

www.rogerdoyle.com

Spectac

Garvilla-Audio Tong

Centurion [6:00]

www.audiotong.net
Info at www.frontendsynthetics.com is down at the moment

Deep Burial

Black Music

Glue Rag Lung [5:30]

www.deepburial.com

The Green Time Ensemble

Private recording

Under the Green Time [4:00]

Info at www.rogerdoyle.com or www.brohig.com

Vincent Doherty

Private recording

Obelisk [3:00]

No further information.

Amoebazoid

Zuckung

G’s Last Day [4:00]

Cycling c74-012 www.cycling74.com OR www.myspace.com/amoebazoid

Various Artists: Roger Doyle

When It's Ajar: The Music of Daniel Figgis?

Float Tank [6:00]

Spitroast Records no # www.spitroastrecords.com

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