Episode 44: PinkLogik Interview

February 25, 2010 at 11:57 pm (Uncategorized) (, , )

This is the forty-fourth edition of the Epileptic Gibbon podcast music show and the blog entry to accompany it. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN. This particular show is something of an electronica special, with a particular focus on the music of Jules, a.k.a. PinkLogik, and we’ll have an interview with her, plus we’ll be playing some of her tracks and tracks by other people that she’s chosen for the show. There is no feature album again as such but the focus will definitely be on the second PinkLogik album, ‘Learning to Trust Higher Frequencies’. You’ll hear various forms of electronic music played, including glitchtronica, ambient and IDM, and if you don’t know what those are then just settle down and listen. Below you’ll find the track list, plus weblinks from where you can find more information about each artist. And for the interview bits you may want to turn up the volume a little and then back down again for the music…

Total running time: 1 hour and 30 minutes. Downloaded file is 82.4 MB.

1. Flippit (4:05) – Retic (Taken from the album ‘Somnolent Massive’; see www.myspace.com/r3tic & www.cdbaby.com/cd/retictunes3)

Interview with Julie Straw

2. Colours (4:21) – PinkLogik (Taken from the album ‘Learning To Trust Higher Frequencies’; see www.pinklogik.makessense.co.uk/, www.myspace.com/pinklogik & www.cdbaby.com/Artist/Pinklogik1)

3. Paul (5:47) – PinkLogik (Taken from the album Learning To Trust Higher Frequencies’; see links above)

4. We The Damaged (9:57) – Nonima & the Audiologist (Taken from disc 1 of the two-disc compilation album ‘Sectioned’; see section27netlabel.blogspot.com/, www.myspace.com/section27netlabel & www.myspace.com/nonima27)

5. Sinner (4:12) – Masochistic Values (Taken from disc 2 of the two-disc compilation album ‘Sectioned’; see section27netlabel.blogspot.com/, www.myspace.com/section27netlabel & www.myspace.com/masochisticvalues)

6. Limbic (6:26) – PinkLogik (Taken from the album ‘Learning To Trust Higher Frequencies’; see www.pinklogik.makessense.co.uk/, www.myspace.com/pinklogik & www.cdbaby.com/Artist/Pinklogik1)

7. Gelid (5:54) – PinkLogik (Taken from the album Learning To Trust Higher Frequencies’; see links above)

8. Transformation (5:34) – PinkLogik (Taken from the album Learning To Trust Higher Frequencies’; see links above)

9. Thanks For The Mammary (3:28) – Asparagus Apocalypse (Available as a free download via www.macjams.com/artist/Epileptic+Gibbon)

Thanks must go to Jules for coming in to the Eppy Gibbon studio and doing the interview, and as always I must thank my studio engineer for all her hard work in recording the interview. Send me comments if you like what you hear (or even if you don’t… feedback is so important!) and don’t forget that this is your last chance to vote for your favourite three acts/artists as played on the show over the past 44 episodes – voting ends on February Sunday 28th. All bands/acts/artists played on the show over the past three years are eligible and all you have to do is pick three and leave a comment. And you’ll next hear me in March when we’ll pretty much be back to normal with lots of new and exciting music.

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6 Comments

  1. andy said,

    Cheers for the podcast, interesting stuff. As far as electronica is concerned I’d recommend you checkout Kettel’s latest album ‘Myam James 2’, it’s certainly the best album I’ve heard in ages. Another artist I’d like to recommend is Benn Jordan AKA the Flashbulb. Both artists can be found on myspace, as well as on Last FM.

    Have you thought about doing a Krautrock special at any point?

  2. Matt Stevens said,

    Top work dude – thats 2 votes for a Krautrock special

  3. Nonima said,

    A very good feature, great to hear Pinklogik discuss all the influences and thoughts about her music. Nice one. :)

    • Angie said,

      Noooooo I missed the voting. I was going to vote for The Display Team. :)

  4. Sonnyjim said,

    Hello Eppy,

    I like these ‘interview shows’ very much, and I enjoyed this one in particular. Between the relaxed vibe of the talky bits and Jules’s jittery beats, the show was refreshing, interesting and a great accompaniment to my housebound-Sunday labors! Brilliant stuff!
    I thank you for the show.

    SJ

    • epilepticgibbon said,

      Thanks for listening!

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