Apostille emerged from the wayward pop-centric impulses of Please guitarist Michael Kasparis. What began as a self-taught class in inclusive exploration has bloomed into a self-erasing exercise in broadcasting; an adrenalin-veined, ecstatic language that sweeps up a mess of electronics into a mound of emotive discharge. As direct as possible all the time.
Bob Meyer bridges the great Blues divide between South London and the Deep South.
By day, Bob is a busy London truck driver but it is at night that he really kicks into gear, presenting and producing Bob’s Folk Show on Radio Wey and Folk Radio UK.
He organized and hosted the London Folk and Roots Festival in 2012 and this June he is organizing The British Folk Radio Week.
Bob’s debut album ‘All This Is That’ is due for re-release this coming May through Malicious Damage Records.
Graham Boosey started Little Penguin when he wanted to play at a new local electronica night in his hometown of Southend on Sea, so he picked up his Game Boy Camera and began composing his own brand of experimental-soundscape, noise and drone music.
Tune in between noon and 1.30pm on 104.4 FM in Central London or on-line via: www.resonancefm.com