Extra content: Interview with Andrew Tuttle

As promised back in Episode 36 of Live Delay, here’s a link to an interview Darragh did with Andrew way back on episode one of live delay. In the interview, Andrew talks about his experiences on stage as well as other tricks of the trade.

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Welcome to Live Delay

Welcome to Live Delay.

Live Delay is a new and exciting foray into the world of live music. Broadcast via Zed Digital every Friday evening, Live Delay covers the weird, the wonderful, the shambolic and the polished – aiming to capture the spirit of the stage.

Using recordings and sets obtained from community broadcasters throughout Australia, Live Delay is true community-driven project that engages listeners, both young and old, through the universal thrill of live performance.

We’re proud to announce our debut episode, featuring live sets from Anonymeye, Keep On Dancins’ and El Motel, premieres on Zed Digital Friday November 30, 2012.

So grab your digital radio, set the dial to Zed Digital, and tune to Live Delay every Friday evening from 8-9pm.

Episode 1: Anonymeye, Keep On Dancins, El Motel

In episode one of Live Delay, we present three short sets featuring Brisbane artists.

Anonymeye
Recorded and mixed by Sky Kirkham, 2012

Part electronic, part acoustic, the music of Anonymeye is difficult to accurately pigeonhole. Anonymeye, known as Andrew Tuttle, to his friends is partial to warping his acoustic guitar sounds with a raft of electronic signals, building pleasant and atmospheric noises and weaving them into a grander musical narrative.

Find out more about Anonymeye.

INTERVIEW: Andrew Tuttle from Anonymeye

Keep On Dancins
Recorded and mixed by Sky Kirkham, 2012

Formed in 2008, Keep On Dancins practice a style of music that blends shoegaze with the noisy pop of the Jesus and Mary Chain, all underpinned by waves and waves of reverbed guitar. Hell, they even have a dedicated tambourine player. Their 2011 debut record, The End Of Everything, found critical acclaim both locally and throughout the Australian music press.

Find out more about Keep On Dancins

El Motel
Recorded and mixed by Sky Kirkham, 2012

Our next set if from another Brisbane band called El Motel. A duo in the vein of early Black Keys, El Motel infuse their blues stylings with a dynamic rock vigour, and have been quietly building up a strong local following partly due to their powerful stage presence and accomplished musicianship.

Find out more about El Motel

Airing details: Via Zed Digital, 8-9pm, Friday November 30.
Production and engineering: Darragh Murray, Andrew McLellan.
Kudos: Sky Kirkham, Andrew Tuttle.