Tuesday, 10 August 2010

Episode 13

John Wall and Alex Rogers allow us an ear hole into a compositional and
improvisational parallel reality of their own creation! Where Rogers' neologistic/modernist poetry twists and mutates alongside John Wall's Electroacoustic craftings. This hour long episodic contribution serves as a potent example of the potential these two artists could threaten to release upon the current contemporary experimental circuits.

A rolling gait,had he.

There is a twee in Ethekth I’ll hinge meself fwom

Who is there?

Ever eh? Who is there?

                              No one


Which is what? Just a moan, just a moan as usual.

Ever since sentences started to circulate in brains devoted to reflection, an effort at total identification has been made, because with the aid of a copula each sentence ties one thing to another; all things would be visibly connected if one could discover at a single glance and in its totality the tracings of Ariadne's thread leading thought into its own labyrinth.

  Glossolalia- John Wall & Alex Rogers by Tongues

Mantle Eliade (Alex Rogers)

Thursday, 5 August 2010

Episode 12

I would like to quote from the CD EXTRACTION - To leave the periphery and be in the magnificent center. (CD, 57’ 25’’, FER 1039, 2002.) ”This basic sound material was recorded in my biological mother’s uterus with my not yet developed teeth used as a fundamental and simple recording device a few days before my birth. This sound material was kept recorded and hidden until recently inside one of my wisdom teeth, but has now been brought to light and exposure. Digitally mastered, reproduced and emitted into the room which we all mutually share and which we usually call reality, the world. Emitted with the main purpose to change that room. You do not necessarily have to listen to this CD, the sound material should be considered more as a tool, a tool with a special purpose, favourable but dangerous. For best results: load this CD in your CD player, confirm that sound is coming out through the speakers, and then just leave the room. When you come back everything will be totally changed.”

But also from the book GENEALOGY - §32 UNKNOWN VEHICLE - ”Relates to my unknown father who was said to be a driver for many years. I never met my father and I never saw him drive his truck, but I had a lot of fantasies around him and his car when I was a kid and I hated all those trucks I saw everywhere, he could have been in any of them and I was so afraid, afraid that he would run over me with his car, that he hated me and wanted to see me dead, he was a violent person. - This is however the basic stuff we always, as humans, have used to create what we call religion, what we call God (the mythology of the past and what we use to make the unknown understandable). God has always used an unknown vehicle to transport himself over the long timeless distances. This is so fundamental, so basic in our lives, but it has always been so misused by authority to control people.” - So, what I want to say is that it was totally inevitable for me to start working with sound, with music, with the hearable.


  Glossolalia-No Queen (Leif Elggren) by bruxisminimal

Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Episode 11

Ludo Mich ~ is a painter, sculptor, performer, poet, choreographer, film- and videomaker, animator, holographer and musician. He lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium. In his latest visual work, currently on the way to China, Ludo Mich does not just play the violin like he did in some of his latest live performances, but instead makes noise with the superstrings, linking his love for music, holography and quantum physics in the 11th dimension or the M-dimension (M as in Mich). Mich has always been an artist with a special interest in technicality and most of his work can be described as the visualisation of different dimensions. The Superstring Theory could be seen as a unified Theory Of Everything, because every matter consists of the energy or the “music” of superstrings, the smallest elementary particles. Through experiments like this, Ludo Mich tries to show that string theory is also visually and musically applicable to the domain of metaphysics. Ever since starting out making music to his experimental films of the Sixties, he’s been collaborating with people, which is what this Resonance selection in the first place shows. Results can turn out out to be scientific, mythical, physical, annoying, conceptual or simply extremely funny, but always give us a glimpse of his 11th dimension.

The Selection:

1. Kommissar Hjuler, Mama Bear & Ludo Mich – Out Of Body. After Kommissar Hjuler heard the La Bamba version I did for the Ultra Eczema compilation, he sent me several recordings for a collaboration. I wrote text, recorded the vocals for them and mixed the songs here.

2. Ludo Mich – Music from the film Deus Ex Machina. The original version of this track was composed by Ludo Mich in 1966 and used for his performance Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde at theatercafé Babylon (Brugge/Belgium); In 1970 ten minutes of the original 120 minutes soundtrack were used for the film Deus Ex Machina. The original 120 minutes got lost.. (taken from the Music From Films By Ludo Mich LP, Ultra Eczema 25)

3. LudoMich & Blood Stereo - The Peeling Spirit. From the Ludo Mich & Blood Stereo – From Tapes & Throats LP, Giant Tank 017. Ludo’s vocals recorded at home in Antwerp, 2006, by Hans De Ley. Mixed and edited by Blood Stereo at home in Brighton, 2008

4. Kuwayama & Ludo Mich - Untitled. I recorded voice and Japanese artist Kuwayama made music to it. We got to know each other in Glasgow at the Install Festival in 2006, while smoking cigarettes out on the street. The song never was released.

5. Ludo Mich & W. Ravenveer – Improvisation at Bokal Royale in Brussels, .November 2nd 2008, organised by Veglia Records.

6. Ludo Mich & Blood Stereo - In Love With A Hologram. From the Ludo Mich & Blood Stereo – From Tapes & Throats LP, Giant Tank 017. Ludo’s vocals recorded at home in Antwerp, 2006, by Hans De Ley. Mixed and edited by Blood Stereo at home in Brighton, 2008.

7. Kuwayama & Ludo Mich – Tell Me A Story. Another unreleased collaboration song I did together with my Japanese friend.

8. Joyous Cosmology & Ludo Mich. Improvisation at Cinema Nova in Brussels together with the band of my daughter Djuna, played as a soundtrack to the Multi-D:2D holographic movie I made. February 2nd 2007.

9. Ludo Mich - La Bamba. Cover version for the Ultra Eczema 68 LP, which was released with the Ultros Exemos La Bamba Night(mare) party at Antwerp squat Scheldapen where all bands and the dj only played versions of the La Bamba song, the complete night (February 28th 2009). Insanity.

10. Ludo Mich & Blood Stereo - It's Raining Ammonia. From the Ludo Mich & Blood Stereo – From Tapes & Throats LP, Giant Tank 017. Ludo’s vocals recorded at home in Antwerp, 2006, by Hans De Ley. Mixed and edited by Blood Stereo at home in Brighton, 2008.

Glossolalia- Ludo Mich by Glossolalia

Thursday, 22 July 2010

Episode 10

"The Curious March Of The Goat Faced" by Dylan Nyoukis

A collage, inspired by some recent travels. Mostly recordings made in (and of) Bremen, Berlin, Moers, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Gerlesborg and Brighton, with a few small dips into the 'archive'. All sounds and recordings by Dylan Nyoukis with these exceptions buried in the piece somewhere: Chris Corsano plays footpump, Leena Setzepfand & Michael Hohendorf sweep up, Holger Lauster takes the art of 'soundman' to new levels, Daniel Löwenbrück shakes his inner 'ethnic', Elkka Reign Nyoukis supplies some vocals and Karen Constance supplies some tapes.

Dylan Nyoukis's work exists on the fringe of contemporary avant garde art and underground DIY insurrection. As a leading light in the UK's tape/CD-R scene, Nyoukis has long functioned as a rallying point for artists working to clear a space for original, non-idiomatic sound and feral performance modes. Alongside his sister and long-term collaborator Lisa (Dora Doll), he founded the Chocolate Monk label in 1993, an early experimental music imprint that combined hi-jacks of outmoded media - cassette, CD-R, pen and paper - with cutting edge investigations of the limits of form, while functioning as a home for Nyoukis's own projects, Prick Decay, Decaer Pinga, Ceylon Mange, Blood Stereo and countless one-off collaborations.

Prick Decay's 2001 album, Guidelines For Basement Non-Fidel, has long been regarded as one of the founding documents of the new weird century, alongside Harry Pussy's "Smash The Mirror" and Sun City Girls Torch Of The Mystics. Nyoukis's early material paralleled international developments in post-noise syntax but his approach has become increasingly sophisticated while still retaining a refusenik energy, interrogating sound-poetry and musique concrete strategies while always working outside of their inherited strictures.

His current group, Blood Stereo, is a duo with his wife, the musician and artist Karen Constance, that explores hand-cranked 20th century technology in combination with epiglottal gymnastics and free music modes inherited as much from punk rock's mutilated aesthetic as utopian art styles. His solo vocal and tape work continues to push the envelope in terms of the expressive options offered by amplified physicality while his rejection of any kind of theoretical backdrop liberates him from servitude to any specific agenda. He remains a singular voice. Over the years he has collaborated with artists as diverse as Ludo Mich, Chris Corsano, Thurston Moore, Sun City Girls, Bill Nace, Heather Leigh Murray, Phil Minton, Neil Campbell, Usurper and Wolf Eyes. He lives in Brighton, England.

Wednesday, 14 July 2010

Episode 9

Since several years, LG aka él-g, in his little french corner, tried to explore different psyche highways through different spaceships , in more or less shiny cosmos. Between pop tunnels, hypnotic toboggans and electronic hallucinations (Kraak, S-S Records, Memoirs of an Aesthete labels) and direct spoken word style, stand-up comedy approach, cut-up fresques (Capitaine Présent serial, episode #5 on Nashazphone label), él-g loves to dive under the floor of his post-teenage bedroom studio. In parralel of cro-magnon activities, Jo, Ghedalia Tazartès and él-g formed the band "Reines d'Angleterre" who toured a lot through Europe to expose this multi generationnal mantra cabaret. In parallel of Reines d'Angleterre, Opera Mort, the duet formed with Jo, swim in synthetic world, damage beats and industrial processions, shadow groove for hurted souls.

Relocating in Brussels since one year, in the city of New Beat and other speedfreaks connections, our boy él-g has slowly recorded what he wanted secretly for years, cosmic music saw through the specter of beats and patterns.

So here we are. Instead of doing a collage of old things I prefered to make something 100% new, in total connection with the mood of the moment. In this almost one hour piece, you'll find melted processions, radio pieces over-acted english plays with harsch french accent, synthesizers spirals, dark dance bridges. Shake your ass on this Doom-Booty platform!

Monday, 14 June 2010

Transmission Intermission

For the moment in time, Glossolalia shall be taking a four week intermission from Broadcast on Resonance fm. When the series returns we have episode's being contributed by; The Bohman Brothers, El~G, Ludo Mich, Dylan Nyoukis, Leif Elggren, John Wall and Alex Rogers, Ultra Eczema and potentially a surprise composition to conclude the series? Glossolalia returns to Resonance fm's airwaves on the 12th of July!

Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Episode 8


Idea Fire Company was formed in 1988 by Karla Borecky and Scott Foust and continues to this day, despite the odds. IFCO’s goal has always been to create experimental atmospheres to open up a more aesthetic approach to both the world and one’s own life. We strive to evoke possible alternative worlds as a direct opposition to the paucity of life under The Spectacle. IFCO has always been an open concept. As such, besides core members Karla and me, IFCO has included Matt Krefting, Graham Lambkin, Meara O’Reilly, Mike Popovich, Dr. Timothy Shortell, Jessi Swenson, and Frans de Waard, all friends, like-minded thinkers, and fine artists. IFCO’s relatively small catalog is partly due to Karla’s and my participation in other aesthetic endeavor, but it also reflects our ever increasing determination to craft each release into a diamond. And we don’t like to make the same diamond twice. This program is a selection of IFCO’s music from our long career.

Here’s To Love!

Scott Foust

1 Beauty School (excerpt) From Beauty School LP (Ultra Eczema) 2009 IFCO: Karla Borecky, Scott Foust, Matt Lrefting

2 Stranded I

3 Stranded II From Stranded LP (Swill Radio) 2004 IFCO: Karla Borecky, Jessi Swenson, Meara O’Reilly, Scott Foust

4 Port Lligat From Explosion In A Shingle Factory 2LP (Swill Radio) 1991 IFCO: Karla Borecky, Scott Foust

5 Against Gravity From Anti-Natural LP (Swill Radio) 1998 IFCO: Karla Borecky, Scott Foust

6 Lost Victories From The Island Of Taste LP (Swill Radio) 2007 IFCO: Karla Borecky, Scott Foust

7 The Square Of The Appalling Mobile (excerpt) From Anti-Natural LP (Swill Radio) 1998 IFCO: Karla Borecky, Scott Foust

8 Heroes Of The Last Barricade From The Island Of Taste LP (Swill Radio) 2007 IFCO: Karla Borecky, Jessi Swenson, Meara O’Reilly, Scott Foust

9 The Island Of Taste From The Island Of Taste LP (Swill Radio) 2007 IFCO: Karla Borecky, Dr. Timothy Shortell, Scott Foust, Frans de Waard

10 Ether (excerpt) From The Fourth Dimension Is Money 2LP (Swill Radio) 1994 IFCO: Karla Borecky, Scott Foust

Web: www.anti-naturals.org/swill

Email: swill@crocker.com

Glossolalia - Idea Fire Company by Neologistix

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Episode 7

Welcome to Jaan Patterson's playful dystopian radio; whose Dada and I-Ching infected station-dial alights upon portmanteau scenes of horror-Punk and appropriated speech, where fractured field recordings and malevolent synthesisers prowl. Patterson's work is, by now, vast and numerous, and goes way beyond the usual slue of blithe laptop cut-up and conceptualize. This is feral electronica at its best!

Written by Anthony Donovan

Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Episode 6

Kouhei Matsunaga, A.K.A in certain circles (The 8th Wonder of the World) offered his episode ultra enigmatically with very few words! Yet there is more information available about Kouhei and his various activities through some of the Hyperlinks he has provided. These being portals to his: Artistic output, Agency Info, Myspace details and also a link to another Live performance which was podcasted and archived from an event on May 15th in Helsinki.

like mola mola's talking and yawning

Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Episode 5

With "Recent Sleep Works", Bryan Lewis Saunders discusses his journey into the dream world, beginning with the events that led him to start sleeping with a tape recorder, the behavioral conditioning process, and the ideation behind his first 5 sleep releases. Interesting and insightful Bryan provides brief explanatory commentary as well as selected examples from each of the works.

Monday, 10 May 2010

Episode 4

Joachim Montessuis


Pneuma is Greek for "breath", which metaphorically describes a non-material being or influence. Pneumatology is the study of spiritual beings and phenomena, especially the interactions between humans and God(s).

From extreme strange poetry to shamanism, this one hour vortex piece focus on and brings together a bunch of abstract vocalists, non-semantics poets, musicians, psychics and screamers of the 20th and 21st, digging the space of vibratory experience above languages, where sound, poetry and music are merged : reactivation of the breath in the process of recreating reality and the inner mutant. Meeting point and wild entanglement of channeling processes, psycho-voodoo, possessions, trances, extasis, hypnosis, speaking in tongues, glossolalia, language of the birds, madness, delirium tremens, screams, chants, Artaud's Charabié, etc... pure vocal energies in an opened furor : Clash of the titans, for real.

With the vocal and sound presences of: Marina Abramovic, Pierre André Arcand, Antonin Artaud, Altagor, Manuela Barile, Christian Bok, Black Lodge Singers, Jaap Blonk, Anne James Chaton, Henri Chopin, Bob Cobbing, Fulbe Cowherders, Romina Daniele, Damião Experiença, Dokaka, François Dufrène, Margaret De Wys, Rudolf Eb.er, Eduard Escoffet, Evil Moisture, Kazumoto Endo, Lars Gunnar Bodin, Kendell Geers, Michel Giroud, Keiji Haino, Raoul Hausmann, Sten Hanson, Ake Hodell, Joël Hubaut, Isidore Isou, Ernst Jandle, Spike Jones, Junko & Mattin, Kotai+mo, Brandon LaBelle, Language Removal Services, Sébastien Lespinasse, Arrigo Lora-Totino, Phil Minton, Masonna, Fatima Miranda, Meredith Monk, Joachim Montessuis, Sainkho Namtchylak, NON, Julien Ottavi, Serge Pey, Artur Petronio, Jörg Piringer, Maja Ratkje, Henry Rollins, Demetrio Stratos, Crank Sturgeon, Remko Scha, Dick Sutphen, Christophe Tarkos, Ghédalia Tazartes, Roland Topor, Petr Vasa, Michael J.Weller, Yanomani's rain and group healing songs, Omega Man, Gil Wolman, Yat-Kha, Randy Yau.

Monday, 26 April 2010

Episode 3

The Vitamin B12 contributed this hour long episode "The Vitamin Radio Show". When asked to describe his contribution the following explanation was given:


How is it that one recording sounds like I am listening to the radio, whilst another does not? Various Vitamin B12 members were challenged to record material specifically for the radio, with ‘the radio’ as their uniting theme.

For this project the Vitamin B12 were: Noah Campbell, Ian Cordell, Xelís de Toro, John Ditzky, Jo Lacey, Nick Langley, Keiron Leal, Matthew Lloyd, Hassni Malik, Karin Mori, Kulo Murugaiyan, Alistair Strachan, Will Vole and Alasdair Willis.

Glossolalia- the vitamin radio show by Xenoglossic

Friday, 23 April 2010

Monday, 19 April 2010

Episode 2

Graham Lambkin also contributes an hour long episodic contribution for the series, his mission statement was thus:

"This show is my mixtape to you. a gathering of old and new favorites, from the wilfully obscure to the commonly found, the unifying theme is excellence. an hour we can all enjoy."

01. Cement Women 'V' (1982)

from V/A 'Dedication' CD (Artware)

02. Kate Bush 'Two In One Coffin' (1979)

from Empire Theatre, Liverpool 03/04/79 audience recording

03. Gene F. Steiker & Larry S. Chengges 'Same Old Town' (1973)

from 'Straywinds' LP (Shanyn-Alexus)

04. Hector Zazou 'Denise A Venise' (1984)

from '"Geographies" Made to Measure Vol.5' LP (Crammed)

05. Franco Battiato 'Agnus' (1978)

from 'Juke Box' LP (Ricordi)

06. Chris Weisman 'Over The Shadow's Door' (2009)

from 'Over The Shadow's Door' split 7" (Autumn)

07. Un Drame Musical Instantane 'L'Invitation Au Voyage Sacra Matao Et' (1983)

from 'Les Bons Contes Font Les Bons Amis' LP (GRRR)

08. Marc Bolan 'Voice Poem' (1975)

from 'T.Rex Unchained: Unreleased Recordings Volume 6: 1975' CD (Chronicles)

09. Etant Donnes 'S'envole' (1992)

from V/A 'Sky Flowers & Horse Eggs' CD (Hypnagogia)

10. Opus Avantra 'L'altalena' (1974)

from 'Donella Del Monaco' LP (Trident)

11. Capsicum Red 'Rabbia & Poesia' (1971)

from 'Appunti Per Un Idea Fissa' LP (Bla Bla)

12. Doug Kershaw 'Spanish Moss' (1970)

from 'Spanish Moss' LP (Warner Bros.)

13. Peter Hammill 'The Wipe' (1980)

from 'A Black Box' LP (S-Type)

Glossolalia- Graham Lambkin's Dj set (Episode 2) by xenoglossia

Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Episode 1

Mark Harwood is an Australian now residing in London. He ran 'Synaesthesia' - a record store and label out of Melbourne for 10 years. He now operates 'Penultimate Press' which launched itself in 2009 with the publication of Graham Lambkin's 'Dumb Answer to Miracles book+cd. Penultimate Press is now assembling a follow up book consisting of new drawings by Lambkin along with other planned works by various humans in a state of healthy decay. He is also a member of the band 'The Harwoods'. Mark was invited to contribute an episode to Glossolalia as an over view of Graham Lambkin's recorded history. Serving as an illustrative mechanism also for the recent book release.

Graham Lambkin was raised in Folkestone, a small town in Kent, England. It was in Kent he and Darren Harris started making music at school as The Heart Tower Singers. They made a tape and sold it at school. They didn't sell any copies. Following this, The C&B was formed who made two tapes and a 30 minute video, and then came Footprint - one tape produced. C&B/Footprint happened at the same time.

Graham entered the public consciousness at 19 when he formed his band The Shadow Ring (again Graham and Darren) who adopted the name from lyrics heard on The C&B's 'Kent Custer'. The band was memorable and built an rabidly passionate fan base because of its sui generis approach, blending elements of folk, noise, cracked electronics, and surrealist poetry, while radically changing the overall formula with each release. Tim Goss originally recorded some stuff for City Lights LP but this was not used. He then re-appeared 3 years later on Wax Work Echoes CD.

Later on their unique mix of vaudevillian frivolity, radio play dramaturge, monty python absurdity and playful sonic experimentation left many bewildered taking a decade for the entire scope of their work to form a true dialogue with the external world. A decade of increasingly skewed and inspired work culminated in 2003’s I’m Some Songs, constructed long distance as Lambkin had relocated to the US in 1998. Over the last few years, Lambkin has primarily worked under his own name, most notably with Salmon Run, Softly Softly, Copy Copy and the Breadwinner - a collaboration album with Jason Lescalleet.

"Composer Walter Marchetti once made a statement to the effect that he was seeking to reach the “bottom” of music. Some more diligent attention to this task might lead him to the music of Graham Lambkin. Already marking out a glorious bottom with his former band, The Shadow Ring, Lambkin has pursued a music so removed from prescribed aesthetics that one is flooded by the beauty it seems to ruthlessly avoid. He puts the mundane to tape and carves out its horror, its sweetness, and its unsettling ambivalence. Shrouded in a disarming naiveté, the music leaves the listener ill-prepared for its very adult take on being-in-the-world".

Lambkin's visual art has graced many a record sleeve over the last 15 years, mostly for the underground noise/rock/folk in the UK and US, and has been enthusiastically appreciated via a handful of obsessives eg: ajourneyroundmyskull.blogspot . His work explores a diverse range of 'surface' based techniques, resulting in a schizophrenic array of pictures, paintings, collages, self portraits etc. Ongoing explorations aside, all works retain the unidentifiable Lambkin thumb. The thumb itself remains attached, the thumb opposed to the others crafted all this. The mind moved, the hand shifted, the thumb agreed. The thumb of some end up in glass cases, famous thumbs, significant thumbs.

Graham has also made name for himeslf with his writing. Text was at the center of all the Shadow Ring recordings and throughout their various sonic shifts text remained the constant. Initially used as verbal polaroids of domestic surrealism. By the end of their career the text had morphed into psychologically unsettling word plays and conceptual jigsaw narratives. The 'Lighthouse' double vinyl LP unfolds like a radio play, whereas the follow up 'Lindus' could be easily be 'read' as one of the most disconcerting audio books unleashed unto the public in the guise of 'music'. Graham has mentioned he "was inspired to start writing/recording after finding out about people like Mark. E. Smith, Marc Bolan, Syd Barrett, Peter Hammill. Bolan's 'Warlock of Love' book was inspiring, as was Hammill's first book 'Killers, Angels Refugees' later on. Bolan and Smith had the biggest impact".

Text has remained integral to Lambkin's work, but only in recent years has the 'sonic' and the 'text' separated. His musical works, 'Salmon Run' and more recently 'The Breadwinner' rely more on instrumental, field recording and collage techniques with the vocal component pared down to laughter, groans, muffled grunts and other non-linguistic forms as in the case of Salmon Run. In 2009 a solo cd 'Softly Softly Copy Copy (Kye) and a book 'Dumb Answer to Miracles' (Penultimate Press) were released. The cd was instrumental the book all text.

Graham also runs the Kye label having founded an outlet for his own works along with those of the unlike minded including Belgian sound artist Moniek Darge and Call in the Giants which features Tim Goss also of the Shadow Ring.

Glossolalia - Dumb Answer to Miracles by xenoglossia
'The World's a Toy (poem)

The C&B - C-Town Breeding Ground (The C&B 1991 Pre-Shadow Ring)
7" EP (siltbreeze)
The C&B - Fathers Dead (The C&B (1991 Pre-Shadow Ring)
7" EP (Siltbreeze)
Shadow Ring - City Lights - City Lights LP (dry leaf discs)
Shadow Ring - Horse Meat Cakes - Put the Music in it's Coffin LP (Siltbreeze)
Shadow Ring - Hold Onto I.D - Hold Onto I.D (Siltbreeze)
Shadow Ring - Fish and Hog - Lighthouse LP (Siltbreeze)
Shadow Ring - Don't Say No - Lighthouse LP (Siltbreeze)
Shadow Ring - X-Ray My Mind - Lighthouse LP (Swill Radio)
Shadow Ring - We're Complex Piss - Lindus LP (Swill Radio)
Shadow Ring - Mind Blocks Crack - Lindus LP (Swill Radio)
Shadow Ring - Start Repeating - I'm Some Songs LP (Swill Radio)
Darren Harris and Graham Lambkin - The Body's Unbruised - Recorded
Poughkeepsie, NY 2001 (unreleased)
Graham Lambkin/Jason Lescalleet - Listen, The Snow is Falling - The
Breadwinner CD (Erstwhile Record)
Graham Lambkin - 20:40 (excerpt) - Softly, Softly, Copy, Copy CD (Kye)

Where do Women Work? (poem)
Clap if you can Hear me (poem)
Feeling the Colonel's Rage (poem)
Cradle and Birth (poem)
Dumb Answer To Miracles (poem)


Glossolalia was produced with the intention of exploring the outer limits of composition within the contemporary framework. Searching for those still thrashing uncomfortably around the perimeters of the definition of category, the outsiders of the experimental music/sonic art frameworks. It turned out to be a haphazard process, which retrospectively I would not change.

Glossolalia shall be originally broadcast on Resonance fm at 23hrs Monday evenings beginning 12-04-10 then this blog shall be being used as a post transmission archive space for all the episodes plus more extensive schedule information and art curiosites etc.

"Go on failing. Go on. Only next time, try to fail better."

Invariably this was always going to be a monumentally hit or miss task of trial and error yet I am somewhat content with the content so far! I hope this archive stores some of those trial and errors for your ear canals to digest at your leisure!