Netaudio 2011 Festival Broadcast

Ellipse” featured as part of the Netaudio 2011 festival broadcasts.

“The Picnoleptic Muse” by Ed Baxter ~ “Ed Baxter looks at net audio interventions from the 1960s to the present day, arguing that that the picnoleptic character of digital media is at odds with academic and other narratives which seek to explain it. Integrating submissions to the Netaudio Festival by CAMRAS, Cheapmachines, Preslav Literary School and others with historical pieces by Max Nehaus, St Sanders, Wiggle etc, the programme investigates randomness, interreuptiopn, digression and the notion of rhythmic identity.”

Broadcast: 15th May 2011