Lights Out Lockdown Edition 4 – Weds 30th September

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Lights Out Listening Group is a unique listening event that takes place in almost complete darkness. Normally, we are based upstairs at the old hairdressers in Glasgow. For the foreseeable future our special Lights Out Lock Down editions will take place online as live streams. You can listen in by using this link at 7.30pm exactly on the night:

https://mixlr.com/lights-out-listening-group/

We have a fantastic programme of sound works for your listening pleasure so we hope you’ll join us by tuning in to experience some of the innovative audio creations produced by talented musicians, artists and radio producers both near and far. We may not be able to meet up but we can listen together, apart. And don’t forget to turn out the lights!

For the accompanying programme notes visit here.

Where: Anywhere with an internet connection

When: Wednesday, 30th September, 7.30pm.

In other news:

Lights Out Listening Group was featured in the latest episode of Colliding Lines on Resonance Extra. Hosted by Wesley Freeman-Smith Colliding Lines present live sessions, cross-genre collaborations and left-field recordings drawn from the London, UK and international experimental scenes; a long-form love letter to recorded audio as soundtrack, as sound art and as storyteller. In an interview with Wesley, Mark Vernon and Monica Brown play selected works from the LOLG archives and talk about community, radio, LOLG and upcoming broadcast festival Radiophrenia.

You can hear the full show here:

#8: Lights Out Listening | RADIO

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