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Mississippi Records reissue - techno in 1964.

Delia Derbyshire was a sculptress of sound and musical concrete, operating with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and pioneer of numerous electronic experiments in audio for programs, such as Doctor Who. 152 more words

The NoMen in Space

The finishing touches have been made to a new NoMen album which will be available as a download and CD very soon… Look out for a weird sci-fi film to accompany the album!


Lena Willikens Announces Debut EP for Cómeme

Lena Willikens, a Cologne-based DJ will deliver her debut via Cómeme on 12th January 2015. Titled Phantom Delia, the EP was co-produced by Cómeme founder and producer Matias Aguayo. 124 more words


Musique concrète

Music Concrete is a genre created by sounds that have been recorded and manipulated to put together to make a composition, it first came about around 1948 when two french musicians ‘Pierre Schaeffer’ and ‘Pierre Henry’ realised that they could alter the sound of a record by playing it faster, slower or even backwards. 260 more words

Herstory - The Musical: ELECTRIC SISTERS

Did you know that the composer of the Doctor Who Theme, Delia Derbyshire, is one of the most important/influential electronic experimental 20th Century UK composers? 244 more words

Electronic Music

The Beginning

       Doctor Who’s origins start in 1963, when new BBC Head Of Drama Sydney Newman was looking for a new show to bridge the gap in the television schedule between Juke Box Jury and Grandstand. 267 more words

Doctor Who