Oscillatorial Binnage will be performing at IKLECTIK tomorrow (13th June)! More details can be found on the Iklectik website: here. There’s a Facebook event page here. It forms the second in the series of Resonance Extra’s ‘Extra Nights’.
A posting over at the main Miraculous Agitations blog gives an idea of what to expect.
Here’s an impromptu behind-the-scenes photograph of us setting up for our rehearsal at the weekend:
This month the Radionics Radio album – An Album of Musical Radionic Thought Frequencies – is released on Sub Rosa. An introductory blogpost can be found at the Miraculous Agitations blog.
The latest Fortean Times (June 2016, #341) contains my unmasking of the author of the strange 1892 book Atomic-Consciousness – a pseudonymously self-published semi-autobiographical book by an eccentric working-man who continually experienced what would later be termed (by Jung) synchronicities.
Over at the Miraculous Agitations blog I’ve posted two short accompanying blogposts (one on Atomic-Consciousness‘ bearing on Modernism, the other on keeping a synchronicity diary). If you haven’t already perused the full Fortean Times article those blog tit-bits probably won’t make much sense… So I hereby advise you to go and check out the latest FT issue: a Loch Ness monster special, also containing news of the phantom organist of Torquay, Scouse synchronicities, the curious career of Gabriele d’Annunzio, Avebury’s subterranean secrets, the art of designing crop circles… and much more!
Rustlings are underway for the release of the Radionics Radio album, containing various experiments allying radionic thought-frequencies to musical frameworks, with microtonal results! More details will follow soon.
In other news, there will be a Radionics Radio diffusion on June 22nd at Café OTO, with some thrilling other acts on the bill. Likewise, more details on this to come…
A new blogpost over at the Miraculous Agitations blog hosts a bit of 1920s oscillating action to coincide with the Fortean Times article, ‘Rogue Oscillators’ on the pre-history of the Theremin sound: an archetypal spooky sound effect. It also highlights the very beginnings of electronic music as a rustic folk art… Check out FT327 for more!
There is currently an issue with radionicsradio.co.uk, but it is still accessible via radionicsradio.resonancefm.com – as always, all thought-frequencies submissions are highly appreciated – experiments and diffusions are ongoing.
A weekly series of Radionics Radio broadcasts begins on Resonance 104.4FM at 3:45pm, Friday 6th February. Each broadcast will last fifteen minutes, featuring radionic tones submitted through the website, developments in tone diffusion, and elaborations on radionic theory. If you haven’t yet submitted thought-frequencies, now is the time!
To see some examples of thought-frequency diffusions (and a help video), go to the Radionics Radio Vimeo page.