Resonance FM

Date: Tuesday 20 September
Time: 8pm
Repeat show – Wednesday 28 September, 5.30pm

MERGE will be collaborating with Resonance FM for a show which will include live music, an interviews with Sam Bompas from Bompas & Parr, and Phil Barton from Sister Ray Records – all part of this year’s MERGE.

Live music acts include Sisika, Ned Roberts Joe Moreton from House Above The Sun, 

Video by Harriet Upson and Editing by Angie Dixon.

SISIKA

A four piece from South London, Sisika play soulful, sparsely arranged songs with close harmonies, warm melodic guitar, rhythmic piano lines and subtle grooves. The band draws on a range of influences to create their sound; from old folk harmonies, to triphop beats and rootsy jazz. Their debut EP is released this October.

www.facebook.com/sisikamusic 

NED ROBERTS

London based acoustic singer-songwriter Ned Roberts was discovered by producer Luther Russell (Sarabeth Tucek, Richmond Fontaine, Noah & The Whale). The first single ‘Red Sun’ featured frequently on BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio Scotland, and Radio 3, with the follow-up ‘Blues #6’ championed by Lauren Laverne, Jo Whiley, Gideon Coe, and Huey Morgan on BBC Radio. The new album is due for release later in 2016.

www.ned-roberts.com    

HOUSE ABOVE THE SUN

House Above The Sun are a roots rock group from south London led by singer/songwriter Jim Moreton. Distinguished by rich male/female vocal harmonies and inventive guitar motifs, they play melodic and poetic songs with a soulful stripped down feel, ranging from bittersweet country soul balladry to groove based, tightly wound guitar epics. They are preparing to release their first full album by the end of 2016.

www.houseabovethesun.bandcamp.com  

 

The radio show with Art Terry and Angie Dixon

About Resonance:

Resonance is a groundbreaking 24/7 radio station which broadcasts on 104.4 FM to central London, DAB to Greater London, nationally on Radioplayer and live streamed to the rest of the world.

Founded in 2002, Resonance encourages creativity through radio. Its resources are open to a wide range of artists, art forms and diverse communities. Resonance's expert, arts-focused programmes challenge, inspire and transform people's creative and listening experiences. Resonance has an audience of 50,000 monthly.

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