Hello GoodBye – 20.06.13 – Ft: Mary Ocher, Now and Jude Cowan Montague

The final episode in the current series of Hello GoodBye promises to go out on a high!

Featuring live performances from: Now, Mary Ocher and Jude Cowan Montague.

Born in Russia, raised in Israel, living in Berlin and now touring the UK, multi-platform artist Mary Ocher makes music, films, visual art, documentaries, music videos, art installations and poetry. She is an integral part of the upcoming international Berlin art collective Autodiktat.
Her new LP ‘Eden’ (Buback) was recorded by King Khan at his legendary Moon Studios and features her current single ‘Baby Indiana’.
Mary also recently toured alongside the German best-selling author, Sibylle Berg, for her novel “Vielen Dank fuer Das Leben” and can also be found fronting the tribalism duo Your Government.

Justin Paton is the founding member and major agitator for the long running, London based, avant-pop group known as Now. The band are currently concentrating on more electronic and more acoustic directions, and at present take the form of a trio, they released their 10th studio LP, ‘Pileofskyhighsmiles’ in the Spring of 2013. A Now ‘remix’ LP is soon to be released, featuring contributions from: Mike Watt (Stooges/Minutemen) and Leon Muraglia (Radio 9/Kosmische) amongst many others. Now also recently released ‘The Tape’, a 5 track cassette only EP on Liminal Noise.

Jude Cowan Montague is an archivist who works on the Reuters agency news archive, and improvises on stories from around the world with live music. Her first collection of poetry ‘For the Messengers’ is also about international news and was published in 2011 and her EP with Wim Oudijk, Barbie and Ken is out on Folkwit Records.

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

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