Exploring the first generation of electronic music

January 6, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 


Ian Halliwell has made a fantastic series of radio programs called The Tone Generation exploring the early days of electronic music roughly 1950-1970. He uses his personal collection of records and cds, looking at different themes and composers in the era of analogue tape and early synthesizer technology.

There are now 20 programs available at blip.tv, where the initial 10 part series was first transmitted between April and June 2008 on Resonance FM. There are programs covering major composers from influential countries but also other themes like the EMS and RCA synthesizers, female electronic composers, jazz, dance and the Expos.

Listen here
Read more here

Highly recommended!

Comments

Comments are closed.

  • THE CAVE : Playlist

  • INSTAGRAM – ANALOG INDUSTRIAL ARTS

    • paris tunnel highway grafitti blurred communication montreuil
    • tokyobynight paris eiffeltower nippon skyline skyscraper architecture golden
    • bokskogen torup umbrella greysky rain
    • airport charlesdegaulle paris france airplane silouette takeoff skies
    • shibuya nippon crossing blackandwhite contrast crowd
    • chiswick london enterprise urban metropolis blackandwhite architecture
    • satellite communication digitalart contrast space ufo information
    • akihabara tokyo manga anime downtown streetlife gaming sega 8bit
    • stairs staircase solitude contrast stockholm sthlm stureplan narrow facade brickshellip
    • london underground tube arty construction architecture glassroof contrast earlscourt
    • ambient arty chaos flux mutability glass transparent
    • tokyo akihabara london fish japan nippon shinagawa park shinto sacred
Get Adobe Flash player