Justin Barton and Mark Fisher Outsights

Interview from When Site Lost The Plot, Urbanomic robin mackay: In On Vanishing Land, a piece you have described as an ‘audio essay’, but also as ‘sonic fiction’, you’ve chosen consciously to use sound alone, with no visual accompaniment. The piece focuses on evoking a particular area—the Suffolk coastline—and explores the concept of the ‘eerie’ … More Justin Barton and Mark Fisher Outsights

RADAR TRACES (audio wanted)

Radar Traces was featured as part of The Otolith Group’s A Sunken Trembling Recalled Dimly (16.03.2011 – 18.03.2011) and was aired during an evening of playbacks on 18 March 2011. (Image from Hydra Decapita) “Radar Traces (Mark Fisher, 2008, 45 min) is a hauntological reworking of interviews conducted with female radar operators working at Bawdsley Radar Station in Suffolk … More RADAR TRACES (audio wanted)


londonunderlondon, very kindly described by Autonomicforthepeople as ‘ like a beautiful dark dream. Abandoned underground tunnels, troglodytes, fleeting Drumz churning , shy animals, ethereal grime…’ was broadcast on April 4th on Resonance FM. The mp3 is now available from the Resonance website but due to my lo-fi radio-hostile mix much of the detail got lost … More NECROPOLIS NOW (k-punk)


FROM DEEPTIME.NET: In 2005, k-punk and fellow traveller Scanshifts assembled an audiomentary called londonunderlondon for Resonance FM. A sonic dérive and an expression of Mark’s “pulp modernism”, it wove original voice recordings (including from several guest Dissensians) with traces of Wiley, Metalheadz, Delia Derbyshire and John Foxx, among others. My description at the time: ‘like a beautiful … More LONDONUNDERLONDON