Hello GoodBye Show info – Saturday 21st April 2012

Following on from our outside broadcast @ Home Front last Saturday (where we celebrated 10 years of broadcasting on 104.4 FM) we today return to Resonance HQ with our usual lunchtime helping of live music all served up for you by Jack Hayter and Olivia Chaney.

We will also be featuring a number of Record Store Day related gigs and releases.

Jack Hayter makes his solo return with “The Sisters Of St. Anthony” (Audio Anti Hero), a project that finds him set to release one single a month over the next twelve months.

Hayter is a unique songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who blurs the lines between his trad. folk influences and the London anxieties of Hefner with creaking fuzz, biting wit, indie-pop rhythms and lo-tech electronica.

St. Anthony is the patron saint of lost things. These songs are new and old, some lost and without a home. There is of course nothing especially new or remarkable about releasing twelve monthly singles, it’s just another way to enjoy his music. Each of the twelve singles will be available individually or as part of a low priced subscription series with exclusive subscription only material.

Plus, Olivia Chaney returns once more to the show. Classical taste with a modern ear; Olivia Chaney revives rambling boys and dark eyed sailors with her own, special touch. Expect to be moved by a virtuoso of unusual depth and passion. Her set includes unaccompanied Irish and English traditionals, and distilled arrangements of anything from 80’s pop to Renaissance opera, all coloured with Harmonium, guitar and her bold, young voice.


Tune in between noon and 1.30pm on 104.4 FM in Central London or on-line via: www.resonancefm.com
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