Colliding Lines present live sessions, cross-genre collaborations and left-field recordings drawn from the London, UK and international experimental scenes; a long-form love letter to recorded audio as soundtrack, as sound art and as storyteller.
This month we speak to poets and veteran podcasters Lizzy and David Turner about You Don’t Know, their collaborative literary, visual and audio series. Combining original writing with hand-made publications and podcasts, their series is a place to experiment with project ideas and push each other creatively – a process which has involved among other things robot voices, poetry printed on acetate sculptures, and NFL commentator found poems. Co-presenter Theresa Elflein returns bringing an eclectic selection of independent artists found out there in the wild web and collected for you, and Nick Murray scores poems from our recently released anthology H O M E.
Colliding Lines airs on Resonance Extra on the third Thursday of every month, with listen back options for all of our shows on Mixcloud, Soundcloud, and wherever you get your podcasts.
You Don't Know – Every Few Weeks
You Don't Know – Manufactured to EN39 European Standard, or: Approximately 4.5kg per metre / 1.3kg per foot
You Don't Know – #lockdowndarren
You Don't Know – One Way System
photo: Figure 8 Knot, from 'Picking at the Carrion', ep.2 of You Don't Know