Playing tracks by
Blur, Deerhunter, James Holden & The Animal Spirits, Kali Malone, Flying Lotus and more.
This show was 12th in the global blues chart, 32nd in the global alternative chart, 35th in the global experimental chart and 38th in the global indie chart.
The Nobel Prize in literature may be cancelled for this year but The Ear Has To
Travel has something just as good for you: In this episode, guest host Gregor
Riddell deconstructs Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize acceptance speech. Gregor traces
themes and topics from Dylan’s speech in a wide-ranging mix that features music
by Dylan himself, James Tenney, Kali Malone, Scriabin, Gregor’s own projects and
Gregor Riddell plays the cello and writes music. He is a founder member of
numerous international groups including BirdWorld, Tre Voci and KGB. He has
written for and regularly plays in the London Contemporary Orchestra, having
collaborated with Actress, Radiohead among others, and set up SVS Radio in Oslo
in 2016 alongside Rob Lewis. He recently released a record with Tre Voci on
Nonclassical and BirdWorld will release UNDA in late 2018 as well as feature in
the upcoming Wire Tracker ...
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