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"hannah peel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"hannah peel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's called Ridgeway from Will Burns, whose voice you heard and Hannah Peel, whose music you heard? From their collaborative record. Chalk Hill Blue Both of those pieces featuring animals in the text the piece before that was the wild boar work by the Irish singer songwriter and guitarist Adrian Crowley. I think those might be members of the crash Ensemble, the Dublin New Music group helping out on that piece. It's a lovely bit of music and, uh An evocative but somewhat enigmatic little tale from Adrian Crawley. And on this edition of new sounds. We've been listening to music with spoken word, all of it in English. Obviously, here's just a little more of the musical portion of that Chalk Hill Blue Project from an appeal. And the summer Blues. Mm. English composer, an appeal some of her music to the Chalk Hill Blue Project wrapping up this edition of the program. I'm John Schafer. Thanks for being with.

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"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

06:49 min | Last month

"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Potent significant everything from the custody makes to the music that makes to now going into the world of cultural curation. He seems to be an increasingly important figure in Generally do you think yeah. I think he's brilliant. I think he's a wonderful thing is also the thing that and he didn't need to do you know there was. Nobody was sort of in that. Top question was you feel about sort of security up at a huge passion project for him. I have read around that. He's kind of the. You know the the roots is a hard business to keep running But then i don't think he's driven by that. I think he's driven by wanting to do things that surprise. People make them think differently. Suddenly you get a you know maybe give one. America bit of nudge about the things that it's missing. I'm later after this has come out. He's had loads of goals from people going. You know we've these tapes in the basement and haven't been seen between two years. Let's see this. That may be quite a lot of this sort of stuff. To come out is really exciting. And he's just got. I've actually got a friend who picked up a a gil. Scott heron recording in dominion in london in a in a hoot sale cowboy boots sale in bryson on. She's been wrestling for about five years with go. Scott heron estates about trying to get it released but this there is tons of stuff out there. No doubt won't anything to stop just saying yet. Video people in woodstock monod brown acid on the nineteen. Seventy six been strike. We've we've had those exactly. Yes hippies he takes a trip looking at guzman's jackets. No more more this. i'm with that. It's closing time chatter. What will we be discussing as we stand in mount morris park and many dresses not just the boys and listen to a system. Halio jackson in the rain because there is no place. I would rather recreate yeston bright. It was about three pm last monday. After lovely pizza. Not butler buying when a my My dining mate. Maria inform me that the paisley fat on college a of august. The second did not cover bryson so i had sold. It was a bank holiday rights it turns outside neglected to read the open brackets. Scotland closed brackets on my kugler lit. And i it may it. So then i felt right. I'm going to go back. And i'm going to delete all the scottish or scotch holidays. You can't You calm through it. Raised scotland yeston. You can't raise scotland so ask you raise all bank holidays. Just exactly exactly. Just don't you have to raise all bank holiday. You're going to do that. Luckily for me it was. My last day of miami will leave anyway so i wasn't suddenly finding myself Should be notebook Anti could carry on sort of drinking tobacco in the william the pub in bryson while the rest of the time carried on with their business so occas the second now is a marks on my our annual holiday on my collins and i shall raise a shot glass into To the good people of paisley next august two seconds. But it's really all that the the bank colleagues of scotland forever. I should get too with older dates from now on. That's because the israel administered from california and they think that scotland ending the a nod there just ignorant. That's where you come to lease it. It's all just england. jody. But then i've i've still got microsoft word speaking to me. And i in welsh little paper in welsh what everything army blimey andrew. What's your closing time chatter. Well it's a bit sad unafraid But it's The deaths of the dj johnson and kellyanne the The queen detroit's This week johnson died of kovic would not entirely sure what county hands it goes with. Death was pulse was fifty. Kellyanne wasn't much older than that. It's just immensely sad and you know we're kind of getting to the point where way all starting to lose people from a much more recent waves of music You know there was a time when it was you know old rockstars would at begun dying of old age as opposed to die your misadventures. They say a now. We're getting people from different waves of music being taken a bit too early often by cove it and we were obviously where like not even eighteen months into this. In britain cases may be down. We're not entirely sure bought in possible particularly united states. They are high and rising and savvy is going to be an awful lot more this but i just wanted to. You know. Kind of 'em jordan johnson and do a little bit of r.i.p but football johnson and kellyanne because they both did a lot and it is very very sutton. How about you shop. I'm well mine is a bit of light relief and because it's august and as we know in pop music not much happens in august but people who go to oxford university release strange records in july and they get picked up in august and woman called. Sarah brand has a song called readdress out and it's gone at more and more views on youtube. Not because it's a particularly alluring readdress as she is in a church in a readdress singing about organized religion and maybe sex johnson and maybe sandwich for lunch. Just it's just the singing and it's one of those things every few years something comes along with someone who clearly to has never seen a note more more or less cannot hold note has managed to record a whole song about readdress without holding. And it's just wonderful. I would tell everybody because this fascinates face this present on just because you got see it. Just google readdress and sarah brand and you will see the person whom i took off And i just think things like this wonderful and maybe she wanted a number one but maybe it's for her dissertation will. Maybe she was just really border. Scott loads money to make video by readdress. Not be up to sing but yes i'd rather like this. Let's that celebrate people who just make music really really on incompetence that doesn't sound completely ain't got mad mob one of those things. Get you out the mood when you're feeling sad andrew you yesterday as well and that's the end of the podcast. Thank you so much to yesterday. For being part of big mouth. Thank you very much as you know. We thank our options on the podcast. And we've got a brand new on this week..

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"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

07:30 min | Last month

"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Could be the first people say this is an incredible film. Ali mark mode called it one of the best concert movies of all time. What did you think can. I just echo. Everyone else and it is. It is amazing and it is so well put together because it's not just concert footage because it is really really thought bound question of has really thought about some interviews with him where he said he put the footage on which he had been lingering for fifty years and he played all day every day for few months just to get the feel of it and he has put it together so lovingly but also put the social context about your time which is so important could have been so ham-fisted in moments that you don't expect it coming and they're huge lung songs you see these incredible performances which we will talk about it and you see the whole of a song but then sometimes each just small apartment someone will come in and talk about context of the time we get to know about the of new york john. Linzie we get to know about tony lawrence. Who put it together and wangled all these incredible people and it's a so meticulously and beautifully done with so much love and such an important film. I'm that you just can't help marvel at the structure as well as this fucking amazing cons at that age which we have not seen before. It's incredible it's jaw-dropping in that sense. Why have i not seen this. Just the other pure visual level it is it is so beautiful everybody looks so amazing it is. It is a time when film stock and the color of fashion really came together and it is colorful to say the very it is colorful to say the very least i mean tony. Lords is amazing. Change of outfits from week to week is worth the price admission alone a this. This is a guy makes. Jon pertwee's doctor who looked very very addressed but it just everybody looks also. Don't i mean what what struck me was that you could see in the fifth dimension and gladys knight is. Get very long songs you see. The choreography is very early. Sixties very very goldie. Very hit your mark. It's like the last harare that moan because you also see slide in the family stone which is like a whole new world happening right before they look disparate. Look weird the cable. Plays at the fronton. And he's also the saying yet. As a woman played the trumpet. Has this ever happened is allowed. You know is happening before your very eyes and you could really fail. The kind of ages shifting tectonic plates clashing khania. Yeah you can see the politics through people. The politics with their people fitting that they had a voice and they could speak louder and louder and after i mean it talks about mexico. Talks about martin luther king. This was an incredibly worrying time. This was you know people did not feel safe and so what you do. Is you push this through music and you live through music but it comes out through the music so so we get a very radical nine hundred sixty nine. In terms of that music. You're saying from the very formulaic motown stuff into something. That is far more edgy. I'm we should talk about nina simone as well. Same sort of awful. Yeah yeah so she. She performs a nina. Simone absolutely a formidable individual obviously and performances amazing and then she does a poet and the poem is something else. She's talking about bought revolution but we had in the trailer is partly but she also goes on to say black people. Are you ready to kill it necessary. Are you ready to smash white things now. This is not combine store visit. This is not that. Sit around with our in salt on the stumble it is it is potentially incendiary moment and if a an artist of a similar positioning his name disappointment to try that. Now de would be serious consequences. Wouldn't they yeah. Why don't you would do it now. Because of counsel coach and because of social media there is a whole different world out there in what you say what. You're comfortable with saying what other people are comfortable with saying. But that's why is just so incredible and so powerful and to see that message you know within slice down just being on stage. Is that message and that. That's what's shocking. I say having not seen it stevie wonder stuff is also very start and the very end is just you can feel how through music this just making music is a radical at and actually going back to the purity of that is is still something that is so strong with this film and so it is made with so much love. As i'm saying you can see that. I'm sick of woodstock giving shelter and you know all these things on second tied at having the same narrative of nine hundred sixty six all over and over again and this just felt completely refreshing. Because he's actually the music. I like more than the wizard anyway. Okay no tally exclusive jimi hendrix across both sliced slight stunt also performed. There was this just. This just felt so modern and contemporary and relevant. Because it's about things that matter now and you put it up against woodstock and just a lot of people say hey. We're really changing society of those signed people. Now you know on the mall. Reactionary people in contemporary society. Lovely about this as well as those kids dancing. Inter just in the middle of the park. Where it is mount morris isn't it it's just it's just so in a way is that where there's a wholesomeness to it that this is you know that you could bring your family. There wasn't going to be a right. You could go and see these incredible accent than something about that. Lateral community feeding that. It's taking from harlem. Harlem used to be is also a danger though of the falling into you know when seoul was real soul tourism. You know this long enough for it to do that yet. I think the story is still so new. We haven't gone into that trope but that might happen. Book is what i'm saying. Is that like this is Contemporary black culture hip hop are politicized are in bay often get monster in criticism and in the wider news media in exactly the way that this did at the time. This at the time was hated and feared by the white establishment. Primary was black people. Get an open safe install and and often the same. People wasn't a great isn't it fantastic will be the people attacking contemporary backs for put the saying if the same thing i mean it's not it's not a criticism of the film and reasons to not make the film that you know. The film is fantastic and everybody should watch it. But i'm just thinking about the kind of the the effect around it now. I think it's making it more. Relevant is making it more relevant to now. it doesn't seem ossified as many of these films with something set. Something in aspect is not like that. It was incredible. Also we should just quickly mention the gospel stuff from the. How caused fuse into motown and then into psychedelic sly stone. Walk i mean some of the. Oh happy day to see that. I think i've seen footage of that. Plant life ever being whitey from from you know the slack jawed of just. This is just so beautiful. I think so rounded. I hope that people won't take that. This is the real stuff from what we have now is funny. I think it's too good film. Hopefully not reaction. But we can't control other people's reactions gnashing my teeth with envy at not having seen it yet I just wanted to ask you.

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"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

02:22 min | Last month

"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Of kind of almost comedic aspects to the brinks map. Bullion robbery that i was of going. I think they could do that tonight. So maybe maybe there is because you. Yeah you're right. You don't want where they go. next is a big is an icon. Can you honestly see that. The film's going to be good. Well that's my next. Is it going to be good. Don't they in the long lineage of holiday on the buses kevin and perry movie. It's not going to say the bits. The bits they show him this which is in large measure. Trial of so it lombardo because they maintain their sense of humor the whole thing with people to stay nothing as as strongly blah by the title is. It's not exactly narrative driven is it. He's in waldron around bates. I'm wondering around. Vanities in japan is just as fruitful is a great deal of the triangle. Gopher ram yet the go from meeting with a japanese record label beats and m saying in the room on the table and giving it. I couldn't say a fairly creditable full raga treatment. While japanese rock oconee executives. Look all in order. i'll great seamer them in the This is seen in them with the eating. The egg shape endlessly funny. Well i would say what's this will watch moments out. Yep finally it's been in cinemas for couple of weeks now. Somehow we missed covering it's because we were on holiday that week haha but silver of seoul the documentary about the harlem cultural festival. Dr by questions from the roots is now on disney plus so we got an excuse to talk about it. It's is subtitled all when the revolution could not be televised and it brings together footage of a long forgotten nineteen. Sixty-nine music festival with new interviews. People performed organized or just turned up the bill for these several days of music a steep defying stevie moon to do a drum solo slide the family stone gladys knight nina simone. The fifth dimension david ruffin. The event became known by those he knew about. It is the black woodstock but white woodstock was happening around the same time about a hundred miles away and for some reason that became elevated as the historic moments while film of the hollywood cultural festival. Langevin a vindicates. I will not be anyway. it's out now on. It sounds little something like this already..

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"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

07:30 min | Last month

"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

"I will start with you. Tell me what the us of people just do nothing. Is i relatively late on people just team nothing and it's just so fantastic. It is every gang of idiots messing about does ever existed. Since time was probably an equivalent of these group of lads packing paleolithic eras when hanging around in caves and doing cave paintings. It's young men stoking small environments shooting that obsessions on in this case. That obsession part radio going out to brentford waves. You know getting in the face the guy it is. The golden age is probably. God's it's all internet radio now that the idea that you could be piratical and play you'll garage obsessive tunes on your area stuff and make yourself the most important notorious figure in brentford. Yes and get stoned an mc over the top of them as well as right right with coming potential book as illustrated very very clearly in this. They really can't do it and they really are quite talented. They really can't him see at it really can. Dj have enough understanding and a distance on it to see what's ridiculous about. I think martin friedman says it's only when you really loves something that you can really take the piss. I absolutely buying on because this is not a never was a bunch of footlights kids. Going be amusing to be to pretend to be opole person. Towerblocks shouting overs records. These guys really did it. These guys really know it. They really are an in they in this documentary you hear about you know when they started out by actually really seriously wanting to be abc's deejays five zero radio station go beyond being on stage or anything bullets. They will also cast with a brilliant sense of humor to see the ridiculousness of all new. And and when you say we showed first time. You're still expecting to say the familiar character from the company that you see. These made this code. What is this person that i know from such and such problem and they never do because this is a fully formed unions of people know each other really good mates over to college together. There's never a kraken at no point. You go sounds like he was actually put together in the bbc. Cul de la. Because it wasn't they developed on. Youtube was chautauqua. Doesn't seem to changed very much of at all and in fact you do see an early stab at a at a pilot which doesn't go particularly well because it doesn't represent what their bios. I love it so much of what i got from this making which isn't anywhere near as good as the show. Obviously but what. A government is the sheer joy before the film's appetite to wasted. Yep exactly what. What was the shared joy of. When you're stupid pace taking messing with your mates mix often people love it and i i really enjoyed. It cannot do a big shout. Hit west thames. College fangled us in chowdhry. Who plays char buddy g. When i went then saint thomas then probably a couple of others and having grown around hounslow brentford and that way because twickenham's next door to that and that's where i went to college it is so brentford is so announcing that show and i love it for that and the bits and streets that you recognize bases that people are really. This is very very west thames college elements about it was just made me love it even more because it's real man and not putting it on. Espn did you like this. Yeah i didn't. I didn't i like there was some really great insights into when they were talking about as mates sandra suggested that they would just always mccain about the fact that they were older pizzas in character. Then would actually just just for a laugh. Would dress up in costumes to greet together. Delivery person l. That they when they were. They all got a job in a cold center and they kind of stop the recordings and then stop. What was i saying. Was it like members of the wu. Tang plan they were. They were saying like that was just really really great. We've all known people writes in our when we were growing up. Who just seem to not be satisfied with just mccain about sitting on a sofa and they want to always be entertaining themselves and always be pushing. It's a little bit nuts. Like undersides is forever and ever. That's been happening And i just love that. I love those little insights. And i wish i wish in a way that they've gone a little bit deeper into when it wasn't working the it that they effectively as freeman said you know as somebody was in the office. I'd be pretty stupid if i didn't realize that. They like the office a lot. I'm not Of it was was inspired largely by the office. I'm so it would have been. It would have been nice to go into into give it a jeopardy. 'cause it sound as if it wasn't going to work around the time of the this idea here of how we how do we turn it from a from a huge into a proper. Tv series. wanted i did. I wanted to be the lowest because otherwise it was a bit like this element. And i did. I didn't making an arena. Special on goldie looking chain didn't zapped deep but i did feel like it could have done with a little bit just a little bit more grits in there i think as a program however as in terms of looking from narrative arcs the redemption of craig. David is a log lawyer. isn't it full. Spent right after stuff you thinking. Can you stop talking about that now. And that section. Where they have craig david coming into the one extra live nouns thing and they're all really really excited. They're excited before we get on the mic. Then he gets on the mike and he is clearly really such a so delighted. He's feeding off their energy and this and that was one of those things. Is this magical. This is when every everything gets together and it comes together on. It's fantastic proving. They can do that. Livestock when stumps almost jumps on craig. David's back with joe you just like one of the most surreal moments in. It's just like this is really. He doesn't believe it's happening. Nobody polices happening. I am slightly concerned about what they do next. Let it because like when you still well into who you are. I want you dylan. Can you do the next thing. That was an interview. state stomped ted's A it was on a another podcast. That ramesh rank nascent. Does the hip saved my life when he mentioned the fact that they were doing some things that set and he and With doing something on the brinks mat bullion robbery. And that's what the next project is on. Actually i know he's he's smart right. I mean might might my son's a devotee of this series on just absolutely thanks. That steve's is the guy that he is just talked about the fact that.

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"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

08:06 min | Last month

"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Of homo electronic is fame tate. My money now. We'll get to wear mess. Also it after this track is called patent formation updated radio phonics planetary consciousness. Does a truck called eco qatif. Dc and pleasingly. It's about thirty five and his long. It's good and concise. I mean hog. Cavernous sean what did you think. Did you like it. I really like this. And i'm i've got that face of. Oh my god. We miss this ohio. Hello awful yeah. I think it's incredible. I think hit some. I almost different things in it. Every time i listen. It's one of those records. The echo pajama free year. And here something else there. But also having having read up what she's taken and kpm record label gave her access to these to the files into the tracks and that she can take what she can. It sounds like her. It doesn't sound like david albert in any way. I don't think. I think you can get a thread from that but it doesn't. It doesn't sound like brian. Caution an in. That is just absolutely beautiful. And you're quite mesmerizing. Almost i would forget it was on and then come back to. It just does lots and lots of things while it's on and yeah i'm i'm quite in trance by the whole thing i. I can't say i've gotten up to handle on it. Because because i think the so much to it but some i really really like. It's you might be getting some radio side effects on my truck because a cat is in this house shelter up so yeah. Just listen to an old record of this one. Does i like the fact. That it's still rather uncompromisingly with this truck wind shadow which is kind of solstice echo. Kind of ghost book style shopped voice very widely. Probably going to count on it like my voice does now and yet try to it goes into an actual full bang. Gold imagines grundtvig isn't it. Yeah excessive ecstatic peace of bottles blitz. Cute tokyo transit clever and sophisticated. And i thought was really good a really good warranty. Your i mean there is a lot of ambient were kind of a little goes a long way and you get kind of extended colds and you get a lot of echo from what sounds at the end of a very long tunnel and after forty minutes told his masterpiece. That's not what's happening here. There's not foot for foot for quiet music. That's as insinuates re rather than demonstrative. There's a whole lot going on. Very eventful isn't it. It's loads of skits earned static and pulsing and glitches and things like that. But then it sounds really payers. Well it feels. Like i mean i can see the connection between like Detroit techno but like. Sean said that it doesn't sound like oh i've made an album. That sounds like a composite sort of ambient mates experimental electronica album. Until you can see the fact that hannah peel is was in lebron's bond in barnsley when she was in Yes there are all sorts of like massive Biography lacuna poll collaborates. Joan folks collaborates That was an interview that she did with jude. Rogers friend of the show and go citation cosigns. Finest said she didn't want albums be played in the background on country file. That's just a brilliant quote because that's what it is. It's not i it's not the soundtrack to utah. Hedging your flowers doing ryan anal the. I dunno proving yourselves. Oh what people do these days again. I agree with shauna as it comes and goes and you come go with it and i just think it does. Actually it does make you want to listen to it Dot bit in emergency in nature is like you said an absolute bang. Sos it's like michael nyman meets the fixture signed blood or something like that. It's like the mole soons. I'm sure it's a bassoon. And i i hope is outside of the bassoon. That's one of the more buffoons in dance music. That that the better. I actually have stop. Passage of music is one of my favorite passages in music all year. And if i'm reid really honest with you. I would have liked to little bit more of that to kind of come and go but but it is a really interesting piece of work. No doubt shannon yesterday wheel aware of before this of blood sausage before totally blindsided completely. Anthony and i felt really felt guilty about it as well because of the walla fixation now. We've done this last two albums and so reading up on that. I'd read up quite low of her staff and listen to a little bit of it but i am so sad. The game of thrones soundtrack. An that's interesting and of course she's completely different artists to that. An i was not those radio three night. Waves and spooky. Let's throw some spoons down the stairs music so i do hope in and out of those two. I'm very much. I really am so enthralled if someone who doesn't want music to be in the background of country it's got to be audit it's got to have those jarring moments and seems the same time. I don't think she has a genius. I really like it when you get blinds particularly. I wouldn't the likes of all this. We just listen to music all day every day and done for thirty years when you get blindsided by something you kind of give you your sorts of by by your own failure to pay attention It's not it's just really exciting. Yes it brings it obama's net of why why we do this. If suddenly discovered this person maybe look a bit too. Labor is exciting. And this album's go back and listen to now again. Probably a not just in five minutes. I just think there's a wealth out there. What incredible. Way as i say to deal with that. And not sound like you've just sample brian. Hudson michael severely from the alker. Spotify algorithms on appeal wasn't in my spotify algorithm so therefore the the discoveries even moat delicious because of that. What do you recommend for the mercury. We think she is in the running winning well. Almost i've stopped paying attention to them acri because It i just found it confusing and unrelated to the things that i care about. So if she wins absolutely delights it. But i'm not really sure who she's up against. I mean what. What are you looking at. Shawnee ace tweet. I've mentioned this the other week. It's it's very gyn stroke. He this year but then it is all is. I'm so she might whatever good chance. Look to a physician ever appointed which i failed multiplicative. From my previous incarnation as a music journalist and when i'm scanning the music press so listing days. they will. Yeah let's put a five runner and hope for the best. That's that's a song selection from yesterday. Now we'll scalp guests to bring a tune union yesterday to be brought in for us. I have brought in attracted ride or die by doron jones and the indications with aaron fraser suggesting arm. Fraser isn't in the band but he is in the end. He is the drummer in the band and Slight can of complications of the story. The bands from bloomington indiana. I sold them a couple of years ago in brighton where live and they were impeccable in that kind of retro soul kind of way durant jones. Erica mayfield's you know. But then they start singing a metro. Murray's aren't fraser so it's drums in rock To show us commissioned a couple of those in your in your previous incarnation was what saying. Yeah it's karen cup levon helm anyway. i'm when he signed. It was a thing of rapid. She's got a beautiful Falsetto voice like smokey robinson..

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"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

09:29 min | Last month

"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

"I'm afraid i'm going to start with you. How'd you heard anything of the hashtag story before you saw this movie zola. What did you expect. I hadn't heard anything about. But i did some digging around. Fortunately by accident john said bravo. The director is somebody. I'm quite familiar ways because she directed a shot film in two thousand thirteen. Gregory go boom. And i play that to my students every year for them to review as a short film and it has a lot of similar elements to it a kind of I realized that. vos way of telling stories is to poke the morality at the door. I'm let it go on. It is a bit like you know you know how it is you head down to temper for weekend. Opole dancing with a bunch of people barely masked and then you know one thing. We saw another new ends up in a hotel room with a bunch of people waving guns of each other But it's a i love. The rolling stone was one of the who did a big piece on the back in twenty fifteen. I think they said it was like spring. Breakers meets pep pulp fiction. As told by nicki minaj. I think is a really really good description. As so i was really concerned about decides you know like fifty five year olds. White man worries about a film makes about tweets one lunacy. Is this on it actually was. I've it was uncomfortable and but also really really interesting to watch is really well scripted So many so many different elements to discuss about it. I suppose but i was left with the idea that As jackson bravo said the whole point of it was not to make a judgment and we left our judgments at the door. She said in an interview so walks a tightrope and an and it works in my favor. Anyway i mean you say rope. It does have to do that. It has to have some balance film. Doesn't pull any punches. And there are some really difficult situations that the girls get into. But then we have lighter. Moments do not especially in the form of cousin. Greg i will always call this brown as derek this hapless boyfriend who is Maybe the most impotent of of all the film how does that work in tempe razzie. Yeah i'm teric with two hours of federal submittal can accommodate diversions in that I just think it works just because it just tells the story really fluidly really well. And it doesn't the glorification of the scenario or at least glamorization of the scenario is completely strip. Pay no glamorization of it's about sex. Work is what we're skirting around a lot of it. The which is a thorny deep and difficult subject andrew writer. Jeremy oh harris said as homer wrote the first epic poem of the western canon as i wrote the first big poem of the digital area. Era do you agree. I think it's really egging the pudding. I think the issue here is that You know twitter's fully on edited every stream-of-consciousness can be blood out on. What makes it into an epic is not the content. It's the attention. The audience transforms the audience. Turns into something of significance. This is a weird won't because effectively it is a movie of a series of tweets Filling in a vast amount of Blacks and making a vast amount of assumptions. It is visually extremely powerful The the immediacy the punch of the images is is great and the film focuses are strong. I found it in intensely uncomfortable. Watch not in the sense that i'm saying to myself. Oh gosh. I don't want to see the reality of sexual depicted on my screen versions it's How uncomfortable is making me middle. Class white bloke in north london. That wasn't what maybe uncomfortable. What may be uncomfortable was these characters are reading damaged. People Stafani is you know we have a great deal of sympathy for on the situation that has developed around. They're like what she's also a complete pain in the us. Absolutely intolerable peasants spend time with an and there's a great advice subtle. Bit at the beginning of the road trip was to phony as basically yelling In a in a kind of meaningless stream of nonsense where As a white woman she has adopted african american m mannerisms and diction to such an extreme. The zoeller is sitting on the back seat giving her a very stony style which is simply not registering with with stephanie. Can you hear yourself. Can you hear yourself pantomime. Ing me and my friends and my family and my culture. It's about that kind of thing. Books been that something. Yes an unusual. Absolutely right. this is this is this is not morality play. One of the pivotal moments is when zola. Show stefanie how much. He's the devaluing herself as a sanctuary. Basically enables adzic quadruple. Had take the right then. She don't point. Does anybody say fitness may sexual. This is really was impersonal. Your social that's just the world they inhabit on afr- afraid i found the world that they inhabit. Just not a place where i wanted to be. That said i did think it was good filmmaking strong filmmaking about in that It was full of exceedingly memorable scenes. A camera in any way accused of exploiting sexist sex. That takes place is horrible. Genuinely you may never have sex ever again. Having seen the white american pop culture and particularly hip hop culture depicts the world of hoen as carnage shower of money glamour and pulled in stuff. This takes you into what that must be like to be that person and it's not it's not attractive so i could not describe this as an enjoyable movie. I do think it's a powerful movie Yeah i guess. You're right in that way. I i really really didn't enjoy his not the word but relish watching it and yet i had to watch all of it. I think it's a really great movie. I am astounded by it. I mean it's honesty. And the fact that it is zola as such a sexy executive producers it so she has got such a handling such control on what that story is. And who's telling it. And how real in quotes is. It is so real in that sense obviously fiction. There are things that have been overemphasized. And things have been understated but in that. I just think it's astonishing as piece of filmmaking. It's incredible muscle salt course if your suv. You've got your helpful. Disturbed feminists feminist thoughts in your head because his women being exploited by men and yet at this one of them takes very strong control over the situation and yet they live in a world is completely delineated by a fully socialized fully sexist business. What women other extended. Bits of a whole lot of but jacqueline's going on a whole poll his going on and what is presented in your average your average video or your average kind of Titillation movie is the very very opposites hair israeli horrible. There were points where. I just couldn't wait for this film to end sequence among montas. He goes into comedy and we have The pictures of the male genitalia where you do sit from the women side and it is a montage here matt. Is it then. Suddenly something being absolutely hilarious and then it goes back into someone pimping. Someone might go. I but that's what i did. Relish about two is. Where am i in this film. I don't know where i stand. I don't know where my morals are anymore. And i thought that that that's the interesting thing is not passable. It didn't really play that for loss for the sake of laughs. It it felt like a. I think the as you pointed out john i think the the fact zaia king is was the was executive producer to see that can be as we know from many many hip hop album. Second me just mainly turned up. They put in that name toy but you got the feeling that they wanted to not just go. Okay we'll take it from me. Thanks very much. Because that's further exploitation at the the that that montage i gotta say i didn't find it funny toll. I found ups just absolutely horrible. I mean And if you don't you'll not talking about. I think well what. I'm not going to say saves. What animates is. the fact. That zola has. South is the is the the sole a fully. Self-aware human innis nightmare and she found herself. She's found himself in a nightmare. As sense of self is what carries a threat. But yeah i couldn't say it two points. Why people movies never have to charge their phone. They're on the phones all the time in this film no one ever put in a sock it also it did remind me i don't if anyone seen it the florida project which is actually about something similar set in the same state about and the sex work but also this contrast.

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"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

04:12 min | Last month

"hannah peel" Discussed on Bigmouth

"To tell it like it is. I'm shawn patterson and with me is andrew harrison do you. How are you all right. I'm like show. I'm glad i was like it. Is what the clinton nation like. It isn't actually more often because it's interesting. I see interesting gone. Have you had a busy and exciting august week. You wish you on holiday. Jewish until just waterworld podcasting shot stuff all day everyday. Twenty four seven. Yeah touting it like it is anyway three-meter special guest indeed. Yes it's a it's a ping reduced soros where we're having one guest per show for a while but that's a are much lovely. An intimate failing returns a big mouth. Yes in george Was a star of the enemy and back in the day when russia and money by writing about music for a living. You tell kids now. They don't believe you then. He saw sense. Being a media. Studies professor at university of brighton. Which he probably plays what music. Crises debates those too young to know he's also a former deputy editor of gulf pump magazine. He'll tennessee choice for gulf. Because why not. Hello yesterday how we welcome. Brexit big mouse. I'm fine. i love the factor. I'm always a professor. Even though i i am nowhere near that academically quality qualification. But i'm prov in professional yesterday. George a professor of american students will will send me an email saying the professor. George and i always just kinda ghafour loudly at the very thought. She'll professor georgia's a member of x clam pasta. Amd's one of one of them mates or security of the first world for high exactly message at no you every time you come back as a media studies professor at once he noticing the trends and how people consuming because every it accelerates quickly now. Everything's on demand even netflix now. A little bit old-fashioned what what are you saying. Is you as you put your finger in the burgling stream of changing media. While it's everything is shorter and quicker but a couple of things some surgi- students have done recently. That really starting to analyze tick talk in from an academic context and because it's so kind of like now. Does you know all the all. The elder academics are going crikey. We gotta catch up with all this. I'm actually the students kind of stimulating. The academic debates as it were and because they're on they understand it better so it's like it's really good because they they're actually kind of getting ahead of the professors students understanding of how big the kind of the magazine culture that the pain. How big it was and how it kind of its own. Wit way was almost as a form of social media with. It's kind of in jokes and it's kind of common language. I don't think i do. But they femme well-versed in the kind of music culture story so obvious faith. You know it's it's quite weird. It's it that beatles out races which is obviously a bit of a head concepts the very in touch with the narrative But they don't necessarily a few of the things that we'll be saying to bring the next hour they'll be like going. The scene celebrates itself what i can remember that we sell to be honest with you. Ed we we had a remarkable lightbulb moments in the pot masters office that they were Top club came on and produces jacob. Was oh my god. This is mariah carey. this is what she's donut from mike. My sharp what's on the show. This week i'm big mass today. Blame florida we look the nightmare. Road trip movie zola in which a young waitress dancer agrees to accompany a woman. She's just met remember. She's just met her on a fun weekend away. How exactly does it go horribly wrong. What do we learn about modern. America plus mercury nominated radio phonics from hannah peel. We catch up with a stunning sixties document. Oh and we catch up with these stunning sixties documentary somersault. That's now disney plus We go on grindr mc grinder to be specific and his mates. Beat steve's and decoy. As bbc three resurrects people just do nothing.

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"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"Spine because of this just died. Gangetic warm sound. That really does hit your stomach and yogurt and there is no getting away from it. There's something magical about that. And i guess that feeling of not an epiphany. Maybe maybe as. But it's that feeling of discovery like the first time i've played a piano and realize the created a sound and i could hit it as much as i want and it creates but this this was like a feeling of like my it takes your breath away and that is the thing that i guess i keep chasing when i write music. Philology ensembles is that feeling of of conveying something that feels bigger than the sum of our parts that speaks. I don't know if you spiritually minded. Maybe it speaks something higher greater but for me. And i don't believe in that kind of thing so i feel like something. It's the way we connect to nature. And the things that are around maybe shaking the dock motto in.

"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

04:52 min | 10 months ago

"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"And as the outside is kind of eats away at the outside of the neurons of the brain. That is the last place. Because that is the the first part the brain to be formed. So it's less place to be touched. Which i think in itself is just gorgeous and actually it puts a greater value a music and sound in literature and poetry. Because not only could she remember songs but she could also remember poetry that she'd learned as a child as well and i think that's quite a prominent thing when people remember lyrics and stuff as well but one of the things that unlock the record as a talking point was the conversations that we had. They were always the same always. You know who. I was a day. I play at least to tell every time that she gave me my violin. And and the case was fuller woodworm but the violin was beautiful. Had hadn't been touched and it was. Her birthday had given her the violin when he died quite young. So there was always a story that i used to tell her. Sorry recorded that one day and then manipulated that. Put it through tape. Mashed it up so it felt like it was coming wobbling through a different world from a different place imagining what she would be hearing. When woods get confused and hallucinations zapping which will were getting more and more frequent and from the bed of sound and.

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"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

05:09 min | 10 months ago

"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"I write the music for the deceived. And i was able to go on set and the the tv show in itself. The house says is like a character it plays.

"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

02:48 min | 10 months ago

"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"When i started to get into electronic music at to view the world differently. Because i start to think of the sounds and how they were produced in the sound waves. And how fast a sound wave is moving to different notes whereas before i just accepted that each is tuned to a and that was it but actually having oscillators and filters and ways of putting actual public trick form of energy and that kind of conversation between the human body and the energy produced as well. That's all changed. Everything in terms of like how i made music and how i now listen to music as well. I guess with comparising. There's a balance between my ma electric side and the moral ganic side. And how do we balance that to make it sound like it is equal or is part of the same thing rather than two separate entities as you saw only really came when it was a student and actually capturing because of the mobile phone because of the voice recorder and being able to capture diggers and builders outside or the flowing of lake or the sounds of marina when the flagpoles hitting the yachts. It's it's only since i've had in my hand in how to in my pocket of took interest in the manipulation of that and the joy of that the world has opened up and i guess one of the things i found interesting about is that i'm not a dreamer and i've always found it difficult to come up with beats all feel comfortable with beats and rhythms and by capturing field recordings and turning them into sounds it makes me feel more comfortable. It makes me feel more like manipulating a synthesizer and an i get much more enjoyment and not creates a kind of sound world palette. That he can. I feel. I can attach myself to like in comprising filming tv. I would still feel that connection to my own albums. Because i've created my own rhythm using nature or using something that i found..

"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"In nineteen sixty one caps founder. Raymond cook launched his fledgling company on a foundation of quality engineering with a vision that has ensured its success since calf was one of the originators of the british hifi industry and right from the start took a pioneering approach to loudspeaker design the company's passion for relaying sound as the artist intended to be heard has made it stand out in a noisy market for the last.

"hannah peel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"hannah peel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"James York Stan Scottish folk musician multi instrumentalist singer novelist and spoken word artist my math ain't no Bible is the name of that track from his album route to the harmonium which features all kinds of unusual instruments the titular harmonium and some scissors and guitar and of course the snare drum sort of driving that entire story of a death than the people left behind my mail think no Bible by James York stem you're listening to new sounds of music with spoken word this time around let's go back to the album chalk hill blue by the poet will burns and the electronic musician Hannah peel this is the album that sort of inspired by the landscape of southern England and this will change the texture of it because there are long stretches of instrumental music from Hannah peel and will burns gives his spoken word performance in the middle of the song which is called change.

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"hannah peel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"hannah peel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That is Kate Tempest and holy elects her from her twenty nineteen album the book of traps and lessons before that the work that really kind of splashed her name across the pages of English speaking newspapers and poetry journals and music blogs back in twenty thirteen brand new ancients we heard the brand new ancients intro to works there but separated by six years yet they still have a lot of kind of themes in common this idea of myth making you know it's tempting to listen to Kate tempests spoken word pieces and think well she's a storyteller and she is she tells stories in in novel form in play form in poetry but it the idea of myth making them and learning from our past is something that that crops up again and again in her in her work and on this edition of new sounds we are listening to some music that is built around the sounds of the spoken word Tempest yourself as referred to holy elixir is kind of an incantation so there's there's a certain rhythmic element that's not unrelated to wrap but most of the other pieces that we're hearing take a more kind of straight forward approach to the delivery of spoken word and part of the reason for that is you know the closer you are to regular speech the easier it is to understand what's being said I mean this is pretty clear you know there are lots of things that you hear in a song and you think you know what they're saying in the turns out that you're totally wrong or you can't make it out at all is one of the reasons that if you go to an English language operate yet you still really need the subtitles or supertitles to know what's being sung whereas if those same things were said you have no problem so let's listen next to the first of the chalk hill blue acts are that will be sprinkling through this hour this is the collaboration between the English poet will burns and English electronic composer and musician Hannah peel you hear a lot more of Hannah than you do of will he just he kind of pops in and out of the texture with his little poems about the landscape of southern England a land of chalk dunes and huge chalk cliffs so from chalk hill blue will hear a piece called spring dawn on mad mile then will head up north to Scotland and the folk singer James York Stan who has at various points during his long career done more world music things and has also done these experimental spoken word pieces probably the best known of them is piece called guy Fawkes signature which is just weird and dryly funny I mean it's very British I like it a lot and listen closely for a bit of singing in there actually is a chorus to the spoken word piece which occurs several times and you'll hear KT Tunstall providing a son accompaniment to James York spins spoken chorus first here's music from Hannah peel with words by will burns from the chalk hill blue album spring to the reason I whether you to define the day in those times the brightness of structural shattered field the line of flesh for anything the wood the guest house you could be dreaming of the curtain in the breeze across your back with the outdoors he the birds some is to be everywhere in a sense the unfamiliar this the loan is burdened with this spritz lightly the becomes a drone the your friends from next door was on tell you what would be as has two small letters going to have to move Simon had his struggles with the piano and four weeks have gone by mostly I don't want to see the full weight Boston gardening with water so maybe we could during this is that the plan the wedding for free as a favor now is the best I tried to tell them of the last one suggested that just very drunk some some bye bye but I've been out all week we just keep an eye on this.

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"hannah peel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"hannah peel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Folk musician multi instrumentalist singer novelist and spoken word artist my mouth ain't no bible is name that track from his album, route to the harmonium, which features all kinds of unusual instruments, the titular, armonia, m- and some zippers guitar. And of course, the snare drum sort of driving that entire story of death and the people left behind my mouth ain't no bible by James York's ten. You're listening to new sounds music with spoken word this time around. Let's go back to the album, chalk hill blue by the poet will burns and the electrons musician had appeal. This is the album that inspired by the landscape of southern England and this will change the texture of it because. Because there are long stretches of instrumental music from Hannah peel and will burn gives his spoken word performance in the middle of the song, which is called change. Cain. A few feathers on the river power by the cups. Betray the coops. Nothing finish the unseasonal cold with. The grits. Unlike.

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"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"hannah peel" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"They're always nurses are always the top and doctors a second. But after that becomes professors and scientists so is pretty good and a lot better than joy. Lists politician who dine on the Balsam next to state agents and used car dealers. So although everyone quits, Michael, but Michael guy was being unfairly quoted that's fake news itself. I think because everyone cut him off by his sentence when he said, everyone is not enough of experts, but she went on say some extremely sensible and with which I agree. He went on to say say that the experts people have had enough for those who make predictions, and then don't take accountability full them when they go wrong. And I think was fair enough. That's fair enough. I suppose as I mean, not quite taken out of context to this sense that there is a disconnect from a technique Crecy. But maybe that is well among some the may be I mean, there is a well, the has been extremely vocal minority with what you might call fairly Antezana views, very deeply skeptical views about the claims made about whether it's vaccines climate change or anything that's about this expertise. What these scientific -chusetts saying, and they have very vocal and never. Prominent on the web. If you Google vaccines up become their websites and things so that's the Golden Globes very organized. And that's fine is not the majority and any sort of actual survey. Everything it says that people want more evidence based policy they want to hear about the evidence. The are interested in in evidence in why something might be the case they want to know the argument because they don't want to be bombarded with just numbers and facts and technical, but they want to know why people believe things one of the examples that comes up in your book as of miscommunicated statistic, this idea of the bacon, sandwiches and Kloss one cuss engine his bad as cigarettes special. So it might be how do you and have you worked to kind of back to communicate that kind of could you explain? A wonderful example, which do dry out quite lucky bacon was cast fide by the W H is a class one carcinogen this you say in the same category as us special cigarettes. It didn't mean as was reported by some of the media there's dangerous cigarettes. What it meant that the evidence? They were constantly genyk walls, very strong and believe it, but you can is Jenny full stop. I haven't stopped eating bacon. I.

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