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Heaven 17, British Electric Foundation and Illustrious Company's Martyn Ware talks to the famous artists from the worlds of music, art, film, comedy, TV and creativity that he's encountered during his 40 year career. These interviews are rare and precious gems, featuring a raw and sometimes irreverent take on life and the things that make life worth living, Diving deep into the biographical ocean, these podcasts are an unmissable insight into a series of fascinating lives...

Production and occasional musical interludes by Charles Stooke

Engineer - Charles Stooke, Artwork - Malcolm Garrett.

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Heaven 17, British Electric Foundation and Illustrious Company's Martyn Ware talks to the famous artists from the worlds of music, art, film, comedy, TV and creativity that he's encountered during his 40 year career. These interviews are rare and precious gems, featuring a raw and sometimes irreverent take on life and the things that make life worth living, Diving deep into the biographical ocean, these podcasts are an unmissable insight into a series of fascinating lives...

Production and occasional musical interludes by Charles Stooke

Engineer - Charles Stooke, Artwork - Malcolm Garrett.

    EP203: Artist Taxi Driver

    EP203: Artist Taxi Driver

    This most excellent episode of Electronically Yours features a good friend and unique character, Mark McGowan.

    He is a British street artist, performance artist, film maker and public protester who has gone by the artist name Chunky Mark and more recently The Artist Taxi Driver.

    Mark is known internationally for his performance art including shock art, street art and installation art, and as a stuntman, internet personality, video blogger, social commentator, social critic, satirist, political activist, peace activist, and an anti-establishment, anti-war, anti-capitalist anti-monarchist and anti-power elite protester - phew…

    He is also extremely funny…

    Ladies and gentlemen - meet the unique Artist Taxi Driver, Mark McGowan.



    If you can, please support the Electronically Yours podcast via my Patreon: patreon.com/electronicallyours

    • 1 hr 8 min
    EP202: Will Gregory pt.2

    EP202: Will Gregory pt.2

    Tomorrow’s episode of Electronically Yours features an alumni of the podcast, Will Gregory.

    In this second episode, Will discusses his first ever Moog Ensemble album, and his love of electronic music in general. Those who have never witnessed a Moog Ensemble live concert are really missing out – they are unique…

    He is of course most famous for being half of electronic pop band Goldfrapp, and for his collaborations with Adrian Utley from Portishead.

    Ladies and gentlemen – one of the great champions of electronic pop music, Will Gregory...



    If you can, please support the Electronically Yours podcast via my Patreon: patreon.com/electronicallyours

    • 1 hr 27 min
    EP201: Toby Manning

    EP201: Toby Manning

    Today’s enlightening episode features Toby Manning, famous journalist and author who has contributed to The Word, Q, MOJO, Mixmag, Select and NME, and is the author of The Rough Guide to Pink Floyd.

    His latest book has just been released - Mixing Pop and Politics: A Marxist History of Popular Music - a thorough and fascinating overview of popular music from a Marxist perspective. This may sound a little dry but in fact is a highly insightful analysis of how pop and politics have symbiotically fed off each other for decades, and where we’re heading to next…

    Ladies and gentlemen, meet the absorbing Toby Manning.



    If you can, please support the Electronically Yours podcast via my Patreon: patreon.com/electronicallyours

    • 1 hr 1 min
    EP200: Adventures In The Electroverse

    EP200: Adventures In The Electroverse

    This celebratory 200th episode is a very special one…Chaz and myself introduce the full one-hour binaural recording of our 3D soundscape ‘Adventures In The Electroverse’, recently premiered in the World Trade Center in New York, featuring a hypnotic composition including the best stories from many of our favourite guests.When I started this podcast, I never anticipated that it would still be going nearly 3 years later, but it’s become such an integral part of my life that I can’t stop! In fact one point I even considered making the 200th episode the last…If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting us at Patreon.com/electronicallyours to keep it free, ad-free and completely independent.Finally, let me know your favourite episode and I’ll give a unique prize to my favourite letter (keep them short-ish!)Electronically YoursMartyn and Chaz x

    • 1 hr 6 min
    EP199: Morton Subotnick pt.2

    EP199: Morton Subotnick pt.2

    Today’s exciting episode is part 2 of our interview with legendary electronic music pioneer Morton Subotnick.

    His never-ending quest for musical innovation enabled by new technological breakthroughs is undiminished - he is still performing, recording and breaking barriers at the age of 91 - he is an inspiration to all electronic music creators…

    For the final part of our 2-hour interview, here he is, the one, the only, Morton Subotnick.



    If you can, please support the Electronically Yours podcast via my Patreon: patreon.com/electronicallyours

    • 1 hr 11 min
    EP198: Morton Subotnick pt.1

    EP198: Morton Subotnick pt.1

    What a treat we have in store for you…



    This monumental episode of Electronically Yours features one of the true pioneers of electronic music…Morton Subotnick is an American composer of electronic music, best known for his 1967 composition Silver Apples of the Moon, the first electronic work commissioned by a record company, Nonesuch.

    Morton has worked extensively with interactive electronics and multi-media, co-founding the San Francisco Tape Music Center, often collaborating with his wife Joan La Barbara. 

    Morton Subotnick is one of the great pioneers of electronic music and multi-media performance, and an innovator in works involving instruments and other media including interactive computer music systems. He also co-developed the incredible Buchla synthesiser.

    At 91, he still composes, performs and lectures about his love of electronic and interactive music. I am privileged to interview Morton, and as it was such a wide-ranging conversation, this is just part one of two episodes devoted to the maestro…

    Ladies and gentlemen - this is inspirational - meet Morton Subotnick.



    If you can, please support the Electronically Yours podcast via my Patreon: patreon.com/electronicallyours

    • 1 hr 16 min

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