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 re-run and remix an episode from June 2020, ‘Origin Stories’. Featuring interviews with Alexander Carson, Gaze is Ghost, Nikki Marrone and Broads, the show is about things beginning at home, in the family or in birth. Post-pandemic, these artists are releasing new books and music, and touring for the first time in literally years. We’re happy to share again if you’re happy to join us. Featuring scenes of childbirth, dramatic windswept narration, and the memorable quote “you’re sitting in your pants, shovelling Häagen-Dazs in your face and crying at The Simpsons”. Theresa Elflein joins us presenting some fresh tracks, and the show is presented by Wesley Freeman-Smith and, in parts, by Martin Clarke.
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.