Experimental, avant-garde, improvised, noise, electronic, headphone music. Supporting Australian Sound Art.

Playlist 11/03/10 Jacqui O'Reilly

1. EO Collective - Emerge Outside Soundscape [ Unreleased ]
2. Huw Lewis - Strangest Dream [ Unreleased ]
3. Pumice - Grand Mal [ Stroke / Mushroom ]
4. Press Eject - On Off [ Unreleased ]
5. Kris Keogh - A Thousand Miles Away [ Chrysanthemum / Collapsed Records ]
6. The Ghost of 29 Megacycles - True Love Will Find You in the End [ Love Via Paper Planes / Sound & Fury Records ]
7. Dolfazoid aka Randolf Reimann - Outside Remix [ Unreleased ]
8. Jacqui O’Reilly - Emerge Outside Vox Coda [ Unreleased ]


Guest Programmer
Jacqui O’Reilly (Sydney, AUS)

Podcast: Emerge Outside

Jacqui O’Reilly is a singer/songwriter from Sydney, Australia. Emerging from the folk underworld into new electronic music by way of passion, projects and people, Jacqui has prepared the Emerge Outside podcast.

The podcast features a thirty minute improvised soundscape that was recorded live at the Emerge Outside performance at Performance Space, CarriageWorks in Sydney. Emerge Outside, a project conceived by Jacqui O’Reilly and Randolf Reimann (Tra La La Blip http://www.myspace.com/tralalablip), was built on the notion that hidden outside mainstream society, people exist with a passion for music making, who often do not get a chance to inhabit a creative space, or access new technologies and artistic processes, due to social and physical barriers systemic in our society.

The project engaged nine people with and without a disability in a two day music making workshop. Using found sounds, modern synthesis techniques and a quadraphonic sound system, the group created an immersive journey into sound.

Also included in the podcast are tracks by Huw Lewis (Emerge Outside project); Sarah Bock (Press Eject/Emerge Outside project); Pumice (NZ) with his cover of Chris Knox song Grand Mal from 1989; and a Daniel Johnston cover by The Ghost of 29 Megacycles (WA). An Outside Remix by Randolf and a vocal coda by Jacqui are creative afterthoughts from the artists, and draw this charming little mix to a close.


Presented by
Jennifer Teo


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