sunflower.fm mixcloud archive from BROADCAST
Saturday 25th 11.30 onwards The Christmas Pardi
10.30pm onwards NRQSTS
Friday 17th 6pm Señor Perkins 8pm Tough Matter and Hurricane Music 9pm Trish and Chips 10pm Across the Board 11pm Weather Modification Ritual Saturday 18th 3pm Tong Twisters 4pm Repetitive Strain 5pm Concussive Force and humboldtsee 6pm Akash b22b Zaleel 7pm Anthem Without a Nation 8pm wgwn Rave Litany 9pm Mazuta 10pm Weather Modification Ritual (P. J. Yeboah) 10.12pm Richard Parry Sunday 19th 1pm ATATA 2pm Mr Chips 3pm Gonçalo Neto 4pm aircode 5pm Ellis Walsh 6pm Synaptic Island 7pm Petalmetalgang 8pm Stay Awake! 9pm Gribs & Kast 10pm Weather Modification Ritual (P. J. Yeboah) 11pm An hour of terror with Terribilis Monday 20th 1pm Sév – music for plants 2pm Anouk Asselineau 3.15pm R.I.P. Germain & 3KAREEM 4pm Leo Saunders 5pm Thomas James 7pm insane deelay 8pm Kaleidomagorics VIII: Autonomy Radio & the Big Beat 9pm Tapejam 10pm Weather Modification Ritual (P. J. Yeboah) 10.15pm Oscar and Luke
1pm Michael J Harding 2pm Btech 3pm Feel the Drive 4.30pm Horton Jupiter 6pm Jim Janco – utopian drivel 7pm Neighbourhood Cotch 8pm Emma Moore – Sample This 9pm TENTH PLANET 10pm Weather Modification Ritual (P. J. Yeboah) 10.15 Klein
1pm TUFF 2pm – 4pm Haich 4pm Max Ramsay 5pm Charles Verni 6pm Lol K 7.10pm DJ Eskro141 8pm Bare Polar - Super Highway Dreaming 10pm Weather Modification Ritual (P. J. Yeboah) 10.15 9til5 11.15 clubcouture presents 12.15 Sung Tieu & Dan Marrre - TOTAL NEGATION
12pm Gert From the Well 1 pm Freya & Hannah 2pm Ese and Mat 3pm WASD with Jamie Levitt
4pm Ruth Angel Edwards
5pm thegoldreserves presents norequests
7pm Kill Your Inner Trump
8pm The problem is
9pm Echo Chamber
10pm Weather Modification Ritual (P. J. Yeboah)
Opening Friday 17th August 7-11pm
BROADCAST will be live-streaming radio on sunflower.fm between 17th – 23rd August from Ormside Projects. People can also come and listen at Peak in Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre, SE1 6TE.
At both locations, a host of potted sunflowers will be present.
Sunflowers: those big faces, and the tilts of their heads – this one sympathetic, this one haughty, this one jaunty. Grown from small seeds, in a few short months they gain stature, hair, veiny green stalks and leaves. Moving to follow the sun, they toil through their short season to produce one big flower, the centre of which is all seeds, ready to disseminate the next generation.
Before radio, electronic communication was always one-to-one. When radio came along, the new ‘one-to-many’ model was described as a ‘broadcast’, which was originally an agricultural term, a way of sowing seeds that mimics nature’s mechanism: the sower takes a handful of seeds and casts them onto the ground with the sweep of an arm.
In BROADCAST, listeners are free to tune in, absorb, ignore, analyse, respond to or deal with the content as they wish, and in doing so, this scattering of small seeds may or may not grow.