Stuart Maconie's Freak Zone
Stuart Maconie's Freak Zone: Blanck Mass10/11/15
One half of F-Buttons, Benjamin John Power, talks Blanck Mass, his solo project.
Freakier Rock Music with Daniel P Carter
Daniel P Carter from the Radio 1 Rock Show with his current picks in out-there and experimental music including tracks from Horseback, Myrkur and Chelsea Wolfe.
FreakZone: 3 September 2011
The greatest musical failures in the history of recorded chorus and verse, in the humble opinion of poet, artist and songwriter Edward Barton.
FreakZone: 27 Aug 2011
A condensed hour of freakishly-weird tunes, hosted by King of the Freaks, Stuart Maconie. Noodling Hammond organs, thumping double basses, sweeping drum brushes over a soft snare - its all on tonight's show courtesy of Justin Spear's module into...
FreakZone: 20 August 2011
Last time Andy Votel joined us he delivered a wonderful insight into the world of Lollywood. He continues the exoticism with half an hour of the best from musical ladies of Turkey.
FreakZone: 13 August 2011
This week, our pal, the wonderful Mandy Wigby, pops in to chat intergalactic movie scores from the world of sci-fi.
FreakZone: 06 August 2011
This week, ask yourself what's the best instrument ever? Nope, you're wrong. It's the Theremin, of course. And tonight's guest Marcus O'Dair explains why.
FreakZone: 30 July 2011
This week, Stuart invites the evergreen Professor Justin Spear to tell us why he loves British psychedelic jazz from the 1970s. And oh boy, does he tell us.
FreakZone: Lollywood, 23 Jul 2011
Co-founder of Twisted Nerve and Finders Keepers Records, Andy Votel, shares his passion of Lollywood - music directly from the movie sets and music studios of Lahore, Pakistan. We guarantee you'll be screwing-in the lightbulb by the time this show is...
FreakZone: 16 July 2011
This week, Manchester's finest god-like freak Graham Massey explains the complex madness behind harmolodics - where essentially instruments are doubled or even tripled throughout the band. Why have one drummer when you can have two? Or ten? The answer...
FreakZone: International Psychedelia, 2 Jul 2011
A condensed hour of freakishly-weird tunes, hosted by King of the Freaks, Stuart Maconie. After a week off for Glasto, what better way to blast back into Freakier hyperspace than with the help of our resident musical lecturer, Professor Justin Spear?...
FreakZone: Homemade Instruments, 10 Jun 2011
Stuart Maconie welcomes lovable weirdo journalist Marcus O’Dair to talk about homemade instruments. No Bryan May’s fireplace guitar here though. Expect DIY tangling, self-made plink-plonks and a load of feel-good indie crazy times.
FreakZone: 4 June 2011
This week Stuart re-introduces queen of the night, Mandy Wigby, back into the Freakier Zone studio to spill her guts over horror soundtracks. Mandy did this a couple of months ago, but wanted to come back to scare the bejazzles out of you once again....
FreakZone: 28 May 2011
This week Stuart musically pugleises with founder of 808 State and Manchester techno house legend Graham Massey, talking about French progressive noiseniks Magma. It sounds big, ballsy and mind blowing. If The Rapture had actually happened, Magma...
FreakZone: 21 May 2011
This week Steve Shepherd is welcomed back into Stuart's freaky bosom with a lesson covering the finer points of later-era Frank Zappa. Big room orchestration, super noodle rock guitars and obsessively complex arrangements are all featured in this...
FreakZone: 14 May 2011
Are you feeling suitably summery? Are these balmy afternoons whetting your appetite for seasonal delights from sunnier climes? Then have we got just the perky show for you. Dust off last summer's flip flops, grab yourself an ice pop and prepare to be...
FreakZone: 8 May 2011
This week's freaky guest is Manchester-born but otherworld-living musician and musical historian Paddy Steer. Paddy brings an armful of records made by the world's strangest and most creative vocalists.
FreakZone: 1 May 2011
This week's guest is Sisters of Transistors synth mistress Mandy Wigby, and she brings with her a terrible bag of hellish tunes, direct from the bloodied silver screen.
FreakZone: 24 April 2011
Stuart welcomes a new member to the Freakier Zone academy: Trunk Records founder, musician, filmmaker and general musical mentalist Jonny Trunk. Jonny's area of freakish expertise lies in film scores, most notably soundtracks to accompany underwater...
FreakZone: 17 April 2011
This week's freaky guest is radio documentary maker and founder of Cardiff's Real Record Club, Steve Shepherd. Steve extols the musical virtues of avant-garde saxophonist, film score composer and all-round audio genius John Zorn.
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