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Owl and Mouse perform a superb intimate session.
Lamp post light, top deck bus ride, late night feelings.

Three tracks from Manchester's Silverclub.

Melodic London based pop group in session. The songs played are Falling Leaves, Harbour Lights and Love Is The Stick You Throw.

Four poems from spoken word/performance poet Trev Meaney.

Live session from Black Lights

Based in Queens New York, Keith Zarriello and Jo Schornikow talk all things Shivers and play tracks from their latest album More.

North Sea Radio Orchestra talk setting up labels, obvious chord changes, chamber pop and play three new songs.

The Lancaster two piece perform five songs live in the studio including Allergies and Don't Look at Me (I Don't Like It).

1 of 3. From their origins in The Overland Stage through rediscovery, Portishead and chaos aesthetics. This three part interview and session with Simeon covers the fascinating history of the Silver Apples, genuine pioneers of electronic music. Tracks include - A Pox On You, Velvet Cave, Oscillations and Seagreen Serenade.

2 of 3. From their origins in The Overland Stage through rediscovery, Portishead and chaos aesthetics. This three part interview and session with Simeon covers the fascinating history of the Silver Apples, genuine pioneers of electronic music. Tracks include - A Pox On You, Velvet Cave, Oscillations and Seagreen Serenade.

3 of 3. From their origins in The Overland Stage through rediscovery, Portishead and chaos aesthetics. This three part interview and session with Simeon covers the fascinating history of the Silver Apples, genuine pioneers of electronic music. Tracks include - A Pox On You, Velvet Cave, Oscillations and Seagreen Serenade.

From the archive - Biffy Clyro play an exclusive set with acoustic versions of Semi-Mental, Saturday Superhouse, My Recovery Injection, As Dust Dances and Folding Stars.

Edwyn Collins in session and interview at The Media Centre Blackburn College for The Saatchi Gallery Magazine Art And Music. Edwyn's band includes his son William on vocals, Boz Boorer on keyboards and sax and Media Centre hero Paul Cook on drums.

Tim Burgess and Mark Collins present a stripped down session that includes a radical re-working of The Only One I Know, as commisioned by David Lynch. Dan Johnson asks questions, Tim provides the answers. Produced in partnership with Saatchi Gallery Art & Music Magazine.

Manchester based singer songwriter Sara Lowes chats and performs The Horizon, Uniform Days and Single Girl.

Arriving in Blackburn via Boston, Portland and LA - The Dead Trees bash out three yowls of cool rock n roll sunshine.

From the archive - John Squire talks about process and the use of covert audio recordings in his paintings.

Starsailor's James Walsh sings "Long Way To Love", "Life", "Alcoholic" and "Silence Is Easy".

Richmond Fontaine play Let Me Dream of the High Country, Lost in the Trees and Post to Wire.

Manchester's DDF play Horizon; Open House and Can't Afford to Rely on Fate.

Sean O'Hagen talks about getting too personal, soundtracks, art projects and legacy. The High Llamas play three songs.

From the archive - She Keeps Bees talk and play.

The Crookes In Session

From the archive - an electric performance from Sub Pop favourites Blitzen Trapper.

From the archive - John Squire on re-assessing familar objetcs.

Short documentary made at the press opening of Nam June Paik - Noise at Tate Liverpool. This is the first major UK retrospective of Paik's work and includes interviews with his nephew and one of the curators. Produced in partnership with Tate Liverpool and The Saatchi Gallery Magazine Art And Music.

Ken Paik Hakuta tells "the greatest Fluxus story ever."

In Cold Blood LP - Directed by Richard Nicholson

From the archive - Fanfarlo take to the stage at a raucous Blackburn venue.

Launch night for Steve Schapiro's Taxi Driver book.

Scroobious Pip has the answer to world peace at Lancaster Library 2009.

Three numbers from The Moons in session.

Steve Mason sings and talks about the writing process, the Beta Band and not going to gigs.

Cherry Ghost's Simon Aldred, stripped back and acoustic in The Media Centre Blackburn College; performing a stark and beautiful set all the way from Bolton.

From the Archive - Robert Forster (The Go-Betweens) gives a candid interview and performance in a Lancashire Library.

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Charismatic Scot Aaron Wright sings three songs in the studio. Trampoline, I'll Be Fine and Go On Yerself.

 
 
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