Thursday, 1 December 2011

Tonight's BTTT 1/12/2011

This broadcast features live recordings made this week by Wilsdon/Clifford/Jacques at Acme Fire Station in Bow where MC's studio is located. Sections of those recordings have subsequently been processed by each individual for deployment in tonights broadcast.

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

BtTtB 8/11/11 @4pm on Resonance104.4fm

Today's 15minutes in the Resonancefm afternoon schedule is an excerpt from last Thursday night's live session.

Thursday, 3 November 2011

Triamazikamno

Tonight's Transformation Try features a new core BtTtB trio of Melanie Clifford, Nick Wilsdon and Howard Jacques. MC will be remotely connected from Bow via telephone line, NW and HJ in the Resonancefm studio. They will be working with the concept of hiding and hidden sounds. Tune in a hear what you can or can't identify. Alisdair McGregor currently lives in Sheffield.

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Zon On N on the radio

Thursday 6th October 2011 @11pm (B.S.T.) BTTT programme sees the return of Zon On N, a duo of Mario Radinovic (oscillators, electronics, effects, occasional hats) and Howard Jacques (melodica, bamboo sax, metals, mouth &c). Exploratory, droning, zoning improvised material. You can check them out beforehand on their myspace page, Touch radio (they are programme number 51) or by looking at this video made by Mario for one of the Zon On N improvised explorations.


http://vimeo.com/15858893

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

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Tonal Davidson and Howard Jacques live on The Bermuda Triangle Transformations Try in the Resonancefm studio 22/9/2011.

Monday, 19 September 2011

Transformations Try

Another change in name as the fortnightly Thursday evening slot morphs again into the new phase for the autumn. Bermuda Triangle Transformations Try is the descriptive header for a series of collaborative performances with the remit to use the live broadcast hour to transform either conceptually or materially using various technical and performance configurations.

For the first of these we welcome longstanding underground agitator and semi-legend Tonal Davidson who will be performing his recent poems of sardonic wit and psycho-political critical observations accompanied by himself on analogue synthesizer and Howard Jacques on metal percussions, melodica and bamboo sax.

11pm on Resonance104.4fm in the Central London area and www.resonancefm.com for the rest of the World.

Monday, 18 July 2011

Howard Jacques on Soundcloud

http://soundcloud.com/howard-jacques

Two new tracks uploaded on Howard's Soundcloud site. All tracks have been featured on BT radio broadcasts and are downloadable.

Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Triangular Transitions

Bermuda Triangle shifts shape again.  BT returns live to Thursday nights at 11pm in the Resonance104.4fm schedule on 2nd June as Bermuda Triangle Test Transitions, alternating weekly with Driftshift. Moved Triangle continues as a 15minute test transmission on Tuesdays at 4pm also alternating weekly with Driftshift. The next Moved Triangle will be on 7th June.

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

BtTtB programmes on archive.org

There are a small number of BtTtB programmes that were originally broadcast live on Resonance104.4fm available for download from archive.org on the following link.http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=bermuda%20triangle%20test%20transmission%20broadcasts

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

BtTtB trio Louvain, Belgium 2010

Bermuda Triangle Test Transmission Broadcasts 'classical trio' performing live and to air for Radio Scorpio in Louvain, Belgium in summer 2010.

Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Moved Triangle no.5

The fifth Moved Triangle, broadcast today on Resonance104.4fm is an excerpt from the previously aired BtTtB programme titled 'Electrical Tests and Failings' and features Melanie Clifford, Alisdair McGregor and Howard Jacques, aka 'the classical trio'.

Monday, 17 January 2011

Bermuda Triangle Test Transmission Broadcasts

Welcome to the BtTtB blogspot.

The Bermuda Triangle Test Transmission Broadcasts is a radio programme produced for London Community Arts radio station Resonancefm.