April 11th, 2014
On the 11th April, the re-formed members of the Radiophonic Workshop attended a one day conference at University of Chichester, including talks and panels, which will be followed by an exclusive live concert. We had a fantastic day and enjoyed the brilliant discussions from both Radiophonic Workshop members and renowned names in the electronic music scene. (Photos by Jo Eyre and Andy Langworthy)
Event Organisers Dr Adam Locks and Thomas H Green open the proceedings.
Dr Matthew Sweet reflects on the impact of the Radiophonic Workshop with his talk entitled “Feedback to the Future: The Radiophonic Workshop, 5 Billion Years From Now”
Dick Fiddy talks to Radiophonic Workshop archivist Mark Ayers.
Dr Matthew Sweet discusses with Roger Limb his time with the Workshop and how he applied musical disciplines such as classical, jazz and pop to their music.
Thomas H Green heads up a panel with Martin Swan, Anais Neon, Stephen Mallinder, Mark Ayers, Steve Malins and Phil Winter, discussing the influence of the Radiophonic Workshop.
Anais Neon, Stephen Mallinder and Thomas H Green.
Steve Malins and Phil Winter
Martin and Anais (Vile Electrodes)
Radiophonic Workshop’s Paddy Kingsland.
Thomas talks to Sam Willis from electronic duo Walls.
Sam Willis plays tracks from Walls new album ‘Sound Houses’.
Dr Adam Locks talked to Dick Mills about his time in the Radiophonic Workshop
Kevin Donnelly from the University of Southampton delivers his paper on Doctor Who and the Radiophonic Workshop.
Q&A with the Radiophonic Workshop
Our lovely contributors with the members of the Radiophonic Workshop.