“I’d pay money to hear her fart down a Walkie-Talkie”
So we find ourselves in the latter half of the solo work of Icelandic legend Björk.
First of all we had major tech-issues with this one. Hopefully it’s not too distracting and we promise never to do it again..
Nick brings back his trademarked “Party Björk to Arty Björk” phrase to a much better reception. Ewan had real issues with “one of the most important pieces of music of the century”. Emily loves an album no-one else did and Liam veers between love, admiration and disappointment. And we all mispronounce something at least once.
In this episode we discuss these records:
(19:41) Roundtable Chat
NOTE: This was originally intended to be released much earlier in the season so we may reference that, Yes we are still amateurs!!
As usual there’s a Spotify playlist incorporating the podcast and selected songs which you can find athttps://sptfy.com/TFBJK3
Our guide for the records was Liam Moloney (@liamtmaloney), who has the rather excellent Dancing about Architecture pocast which you can find at https://beat.rehab/daacast
And he has a bandcamp full of Electronic magic over at https://liamthomasmaloney.bandcamp.com/
Emily Baldoni is a regular guest and it was a pleasure as always
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Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his Bandcamp
Additional music in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions
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Featuring the wonderful...
Liam is an Associate Lecturer and a Doctor ("In music or something") at York University. he loves house music, disco and creates electronic music.
Emily Baldoni is a librarian, originally from the flatlands of Illinois but now based in Washington, D.C. By day, she catalogues rare books and wrangles fussy metadata; when not combatting entropy, she enjoys obsessing over music and movies.