The Golden Apples of the Sun Radio Show

Broadcast And The Focus Group – Will You Read Me
September 26, 2016, 10:10 am
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From the amazing video collection of Wondermuddle



Paper Dollhouse – Moon
September 26, 2016, 10:01 am
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From the amazing video collection of Wondermuddle



Radio Show – 18 September 2016 – Episode 286
September 18, 2016, 8:51 am
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Dr Gonzo alone presents his special kind of weirdness…its sounds that you will love… a dark mask appears, a caped villain disappears and the sea is parted revealing the golden apples of the sun. The aural preternatural collides with the supernatural.

Listen Here – select 18 Sep 2016


Thook – No Dreams

Vishnu – All The Time In the World

Ensemble – Meandres

Jimetta Rose – Stargazing

Bahasa Malay – Water

Megapuss – Sayulita

Stu Phillips – Hang Cool Teddy Bear!

Dj Koze Feat Tomerle & Maiko  – NooNoo

The Beach Boys – Then I Kissed Her

Kutiman – Dangerous Feat Adam Schlefman

John Williams – The Walls Converge

Laurie Anderson – O Superman!

Boards Of Canada – Dawn Chorus

Hprizm – Sleepwalking to Egipt

Radiohead – Timnker Tailor Soldier Sailor Poor Man Rich Man

Zandvoort & Uilenbal – Pour Morton Feldman – Geruis Ult Somderdorp

Dennis Ayler – Smoke

William Ryan Fritch – Clean War

Ned Doheny – Thinking With My Heart

Karin Krog – Just Holding On (With John Surman)

Massive Attack – be thankful for what you’ve got

Thook – Boarding Ship

Thook – Boarding Ship

William Ryan Fritch – A Game Within A Game

Trappist Afterland – Like A Bruised Reed

Benny Sings Red Nost Distrikt – Oohweeooh (The May Songs)

Stu Phillips – I Am Superwoman!

Dr Rokkit – Cafe De Flore

Radio Show – 11 September 2016 – Episode 286
September 18, 2016, 8:26 am
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Impeccably credentialed purveyor of original and new psychedelic sounds Em Burrows presents this edition of the Golden Apples

Listen Here – select 11 Sep


Kikagaku Moyo – Kogarashi

Broadcast – Unchanging Window

Rose Windows – Wanton Song

The Dandelion – Daddy Long Legs

Golden Dawn – This Way Please

Richard in Your Mind – 4 Leaf Clover Salad

The Babe Rainbow – Planet Rainbow

Syd Arthur – Willow Tree

Foxygen – Shuggie

The Small Faces – Tin Soldier

White Fence – Chairs in the Dark

Temples – Move With the Season

Cate Le Bon – I’m A Dirty Attic

Trees – Fool

Brian Jonestown Massacre – Anemone

Kikagaku Moyo – Green Sugar

The Dandelion – Stole the Medicine Man

Cream – White Room

Trifle – New Religion

Wolf People – All Returns

Causa Sui – Ju Ju Blues

Traffic – John Barleycorn

BP Fallon & David Holmes – Henry McCullough
September 17, 2016, 11:08 am
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All rights reserved ©Jen Maler Photography

All rights reserved ©Jen Maler Photography

“I received a phone call from BP Fallon the day before Henry McCullough’s funeral. He was heart broken having lost his dear friend and asked could he stay at mine after he returned from the funeral. After I picked him up from the train station he asked me if he returned early enough could we record something. I started working on the music that day and then I had an idea which was to record something about Henry and their relationship. When BP returned that evening I sat him down in front of the microphone and this happened in one take! We both knew we captured a very special moment that couldn’t have been created at any other moment – magic. ”
– David Holmes

GHOSTS OF FUTURES PAST: Sampling, Hauntology, and Mash Ups
September 10, 2016, 10:38 am
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Simon Reynolds presents a companion to Chapter 10 with lots of extra interesting things

Get the footnotes for the other chapters here


For more ephemera have a read of Simon’s recent and personal post  Landscape and Loss on his Blissblog

the future of things past
September 10, 2016, 10:08 am
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A Channel 4 documentary ‘The Future of Things Past:  Dark Into Light’ (1986) directed by Elizabeth Wood