Radio Boredcast and AV Festival are getting some good press at the moment, here is an Interview in WIRED.
WIRED interview http://www.wired.com/underwire/2012/03/slow-radio/
Pixel Palace, who co-commissioned Radio Boredcast along with AV Festival, recently interviewed Vicki to see how she is getting on with creating a one-month long radio station to compliment AV Festival 12 and the festival them As Slow As Possible.
The website is dead now, so here’s a copy of the interview.
People Like Us appear in “Invisible Jukebox” – a four-page feature in the July 2011 edition of The Wire magazine. Visit The Wire’s website here.
People Like Us have a feature in XLR8R magazine. You can see the online version here.
People Like Us are featured and interviewed here, many thanks to Brian Lamb.
Vicki was recently interviewed by Donatella Valente for the Dandelion Postgraduate Arts Journal about genre and surrounding areas. Read here:
Genre Begets Genre: In Conversation with Vicki Bennett (People Like Us)
People Like Us performed at MACBA earlier in 2010 as part of the Variations series at the MACBA auditorium. After the concert Anna Ramos from Radio Web MACBA (RWM), who also curated the whole series, conducted an interview which is now online and also downloadable as a podcast.
And in English:
If you are interested in the history of audio appropriation then listen to Jon Leidecker’s Variations podcast.
DO or DIY with People Like Us – Ergo Phizmiz Special
Wednesday 15th September
Join Ergo Phizmiz in the studio for this week’s DO or DIY featuring the premiere broadcast of the entirety of Ergo Phizmiz’s score for “La Puce de Neige” (“The Snow Flea”), a mime puppet-opera for Buchinger’s Boot Marionettes, which premiered in Marseille, November 2009.
The show, created for children, tells the story of Kerugug, a snow flea who in the Arctic who is displaced to Antartica through a hole in the world, and his journey back – with an evil ice-cream in hot pursuit, sneaking snow fleas to use as anti-freeze in his produce. The piece combines field-recordings of Inuit folk songs with a memetic score that references Mussorgsky, Moondog, French folk songs, Augustus Pablo, Prokofiev, Strauss, and Raymond Scott.
Nice interview about our new album “Music For The Fire” by Kembrew McLeod in Little Village Mag. Thanks Kembrew!