9 episodes

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.

The programme airs on Resonance Extra on the third Thursday of every month and can found here, wherever you get your podcasts.

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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.

The programme airs on Resonance Extra on the third Thursday of every month and can found here, wherever you get your podcasts.

    Colliding Lines #18 - Nettles and Chalklines

    Colliding Lines #18 - Nettles and Chalklines

    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 marks the release of River . Pathway . Static, upcoming album by Stephan Barrett and Sylvia Hallett produced by Colliding Lines. The two musicians find themselves nestled within field recordings of the River Lea, Tottenham Marshes, and Downhills Park, drawing the listener between the cracks and into hidden corners; into the rich background worlds that surround us daily. The two musicians first met and collaborated as part of Littoral Transmissions, a broadcast with Stephan here on Resonance Extra. For Sylvia, whose musical approach can be best described as “violin moving outwards,” to bowed bicycle wheel and vinery, this piece follows Tree Time and Bolt and Latch. For Stephan this follows on from sound collage and invented language project Abrasion Tapes, from long distant collaboration Blitemotes.

    We round out with a replay of live work performed and composed as part of 2020’s live series Reanimation, which featured artists Ingrid Plum, Bell Lungs, Martin Clarke with Derek Yau, and Merlin Nova to name a few.

    Artwork: Nichola Scrutton

    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.

    TRACKLIST
    Stephan Barrett and Sylvia Hallett – Elsewhere
    Stephan Barrett and Sylvia Hallett – Zero Crossing
    Stephan Barrett and Sylvia Hallett – Swell Dispersion
    Blitemotes – Lullipuff
    Sylvia Hallett – Song of Boughs

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Colliding Lines #17 - You Don't Know (part 1)

    Colliding Lines #17 - You Don't Know (part 1)

    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.

    TRACKLIST
    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

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Colliding Lines #17 - You Don't Know (part 2)

    Colliding Lines #17 - You Don't Know (part 2)

    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.

    TRACKLIST

    Iris Colomb & Nick Murray – Soliflore
    Nikki Marrone & Nick Murray – Displaced
    Daisy Thurston-Gent & Nick Murray – A Hundred People Started Floating from the Windows of a Tower Block
    Aidan Baker & Nick Murray – Roads Home
    Wesley Freeman-Smith & Nick Murray – Ghost
    Greenness – Unfold
    lov-e is rare feat. Elfyn – Canvas
    Sulevin uni – Paths
    Stellar Banger – Sextant
    Aidan Baker – Preclosure Operator I
    Halfbeak – Reactoid
    The New Solarism – Discopath

    photo: Bowline, from 'Picking at the Carrion', ep.2 of You Don't Know

    • 54 min
    Colliding Lines #16 - You Won't Find Me Here (part 1)

    Colliding Lines #16 - You Won't Find Me Here (part 1)

    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 celebrate the release of H O M E, a new anthology of visual poetry featuring eleven collaborations between designers and poets. Graphic artists reinterpret the poets’ words into a new visual piece, created between the two mediums, so this month we started with the question: what makes meaningful design? Introducing some of our poets to their corresponding designers for the first time, the show features work by Nikki Marrone, Daisy Thurston-Gent, Iris Colomb and Wesley Freeman-Smith. The anthology is scored in an audio interpretation by Nick Murray, and we are joined by featured poet-musicians Antosh Wojcik and Aidan Baker – talking about Nadja’s new record Luminous Rot.

    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.

    TRACKLIST

    Nikki Marrone & Nick Murray – Displaced
    Wesley Freeman-Smith & Nick Murray – Ghost
    Daisy Thurston-Gent & Nick Murray – A Hundred People Started Floating From The Windows of a Towerblock
    Iris Colomb & Nick Murray – Soliflore
    Foam – Don’t Look For Me
    Gaze is Ghost – Murmuration (radio session)

    • 42 min
    Colliding Lines #16 - You Won't Find Me Here (part 2)

    Colliding Lines #16 - You Won't Find Me Here (part 2)

    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 celebrate the release of H O M E, a new anthology of visual poetry featuring eleven collaborations between designers and poets. Graphic artists reinterpret the poets’ words into a new visual piece, created between the two mediums, so this month we started with the question: what makes meaningful design? Introducing some of our poets to their corresponding designers for the first time, the show features work by Nikki Marrone, Daisy Thurston-Gent, Iris Colomb and Wesley Freeman-Smith. The anthology is scored in an audio interpretation by Nick Murray, and we are joined by featured poet-musicians Antosh Wojcik and Aidan Baker – talking about Nadja’s new record Luminous Rot.

    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.

    TRACKLIST

    /weirdtoday – HUMMINGBIRD
    /weirdtoday – GET SOFTER
    /weirdtoday – OCEAN SONG #1
    /weirdtoday – STEAMHEAD
    /weirdtoday – BUBBLED DOGS
    /weirdtoday – VENDING MACHINES
    /weirdtoday – OCEAN SONG #2
    /weirdtoday – MONUMENT
    /weirdtoday – MERMAID CLUB
    /weirdtoday – ALL THE SIRENS DANCE
    /weirdtoday – MELT BALLAD #1
    /weirdtoday – DISSOLVE CITY
    /weirdtoday – MELT BALLAD #2
    /weirdtoday – MELT BALLAD #3
    Nikki Marrone & Gaze is Ghost – Birth: A Psychedelic Odyssey
    Nikki Marrone & Gaze is Ghost – Petition Me Again, I Dare You
    Nikki Marrone & Gaze is Ghost – Burning Through the Bloodline
    Nikki Marrone & Gaze is Ghost – In Embryo
    Aidan Baker – Roads Home
    Nadja – Luminous Rot
    Nadja – Starres
    Nadja – Ketene
    Gaze is Ghsot – Home

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Colliding Lines #15 – Never Ending Splendour (part 1)

    Colliding Lines #15 – Never Ending Splendour (part 1)

    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 episode we invite Leipzig-based electronic artist Franziska Kastner to curate an extended mix for us, cutting together digitally-manipulated interview fragments with previously unreleased sounds by Boceau – a long-standing collaboration between EAU & her project Bocu. Following, our Theresa Elflein returns with a select collection of eclectic friends – among others featuring Elements of Elephants, Anjali Rose and Lou Barnell.

    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.

    TRACKLIST

    Boceau – Infernals
    Boceau – die Heiligen 2018
    Boceau – tremendous walking
    Boceau – Eins
    Boceau – breathing
    Boceau – die Heiligen 2019
    Boceau – forever
    Boceau – RADADATEI
    Boceau – aquainted bargaining
    Boceau – Telefon
    Boceau – Feuchtes Moos umrankt den Efeu
    Boceau – 2019-4
    Boceau – Intermezzo
    Daisy Thurston-Gent – A Hundred People Started Floating from the Windows of a Tower Block

    • 53 min

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