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Uncanny Landscapes

Uncanny Landscapes

Podcast Uncanny Landscapes
Podcast Uncanny Landscapes

Uncanny Landscapes

Justin Hopper
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Excursions into the otherwise. Interviews, reviews and discussion of our strange and estranged relationship to landscape.
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Excursions into the otherwise. Interviews, reviews and discussion of our strange and estranged relationship to landscape.
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  • Uncanny Landscapes #17 - Frances Castle of Clay Pipe Music
    An interview by Justin Hopper with Frances Castle of Clay Pipe Music. Frances Castle is a London-based artist, illustrator and musician who operates Clay Pipe Music, a record label producing beautiful landscape-inspired LPs and CDs of music combining folk, electronica and hauntological themes. Clay Pipe's website is http://www.claypipemusic.co.uk/ Frances's own site is https://www.francescastle.com/ This episode includes partial and full tracks from a number of Clay Pipe artists including Frances's own The Hardy Tree. They are all available here from Clay Pipe's Greedbag page. In order of appearance: A Confluence by Andrew Wasylyk Walter R Stokes by The Hardy Tree Saxon Chapel by Tyneham House Broken Circle by Zyggurat Adlestrop by Gilroy Mere Sun Caught Cloud like the Belly of a Cat by Andrew Wasylyk The Spire of St Mary's by The Hardy tree Face in the Window, Seaforth Crescent by The Hardy Tree Stagdale in the Snow by The Hardy Tree Holloways by Vic Mars   Host Justin Hopper has an Uncanny Landscapes substack - it's free, and includes the podcast + more. JH can be found via LinkTree or on Instagram.   Title sounds by The Belbury Poly, courtesy Ghost Box Records.   The Uncanny Landscapes icon is by Stefan Musgrove.  
    13/09/2023
    1:05:50
  • Uncanny Landscapes #16 - Stone Club
    An interview by Justin Hopper with Lally MacBeth and Matthew Shaw, founders of Stone Club. Stone Club is an online and in-person affiliation of people in love with ancient landscapes, founded two years ago by artists MacBeth and Shaw. They'll talk about the background on 'why stone club', the importance of mystical landscape and the work influenced and inspired by the places they inhabit. Stone Club's website is stoneclub.rocks where you can find out about membership, events and ways to join in. The music in this episode is by Stone Club's Matthew Shaw, who has his own website. Lally MacBeth also operates the Folk Archive, and other projects, available at this site o'er here. Host Justin Hopper has an Uncanny Landscapes substack - it's free, and includes the podcast + more. JH can be found via LinkTree or on Instagram; there is an Uncanny Landscapes twitter feed.   Title sounds by The Belbury Poly, courtesy Ghost Box Records.   The Uncanny Landscapes icon is by Stefan Musgrove.
    27/07/2023
    57:27
  • Uncanny Landscapes #15 - Camilla Nelson
    An interview by Justin Hopper with artist and writer Camilla Nelson. Camilla Nelson is an artist whose work explores the materiality of language, particularly in regards to the other-than-human. Her workshop BECOMING begins soon and is an exploration of ways to engage with fungus, birds, animals, plants and more through language and art. She'll discuss this online workshop as well as her own work as an artist, writer, performer and educator. For more on her work and courses, Camilla's Singing Apple Press has a website. The music in this episode is by Kyron from the album Dreaming Eden, available on LP or as a Download. Dan Fox's substack is here. Host Justin Hopper has an Uncanny Landscapes substack - it's free, and includes the podcast + more. JH can be found via LinkTree or on Instagram; there is an Uncanny Landscapes twitter feed.   Title sounds by The Belbury Poly, courtesy Ghost Box Records.   The Uncanny Landscapes icon is by Stefan Musgrove.  
    09/06/2023
    46:39
  • Uncanny Landscapes #14 - Jem Finer
    An interview by Justin Hopper with artist and musician Jem Finer. Jem Finer is an artist and musician whose work spans the musical gamut from co-founding The Pogues to creating Longplayer, a 1,000-year-long composition that has been performing itself, so far, for 23 years. On Mayday, Finer and co-conspirator Jimmy Cauty (of the KLF) release the first record as Local Psycho - a hurdy-gurdy led acid-barn-dance band - and will infuse a newly erected standing stone with its sounds. Jem talks about Local Psycho and Longplayer, as well as other projects of his, archaeo-astronomy and 'psychocosmology', and more. Jem's got a website, as does Local Psycho and their label, Heavenly Recordings. The music in this episode is also by Jem, from his album Hrdy-Grdy on Thanet Tape Centre.   Caught by the River's event on 29 April includes the new Hurdy-Gurdy standing stone. Separately, Jem is playing Norwich on 5 May.   Host Justin Hopper has an Uncanny Landscapes substack - it's free, and has the first post of the podcast + more. JH can be found via LinkTree or on Instagram; there is an Uncanny Landscapes twitter feed.   Title sounds by The Belbury Poly, courtesy Ghost Box Records.   The Uncanny Landscapes icon is by Stefan Musgrove.
    28/04/2023
    52:45
  • Uncanny Landscapes #13 - Ian Ingram
    An interview by Justin Hopper with artist and roboticist Ian Ingram. Ian Ingram is an artist and roboticist based in California. His practice is concerned with building robots - kinetic sculptures - that attempt to communicate with animals in their own languages.   So, for example, you'll hear him discuss a 'lizard' robot that does push-ups the way some lizards do, to mark territory - yet through a robot inspired by Brancusi. Or a 'squirrel' robot that uses its tails to signal danger to its wanna-be species.   Besides his website, Ian has a TIkTok with loads of videos, and Instagram, too. It's well worth looking at these to see the robots while you listen.   The music in this episode is by the great guitarist Nick Jonah Davis, from his album When the Sun Came - appropriately spring-like and acoustic for Ian's playful, joyful robots.   Host Justin Hopper has an Uncanny Landscapes substack - it's free, and has the first post of the podcast + more. JH can be found via LinkTree or on Instagram; there is an Uncanny Landscapes twitter feed.   Title sounds by The Belbury Poly, courtesy Ghost Box Records.   The Uncanny Landscapes icon is by Stefan Musgrove.  
    18/04/2023
    49:48

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