We Need No Swords podcast episode 18: Duncan Harrison

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We hear from the mighty and talented Duncan Harrison in this week’s podcast, in which he discusses his love of tapes, the challenges of live performance, the enduring influence of John Cage and plenty more besides.

Tracklist

The Skull Mask: Via Florida, from Via Florida (self-released, 2017)

Missing Organs: Immortan Disco, from Doom Mix Vol. I (Doom Trip Records, 2017)

Ilia Belorukov & Taneli Viitahuhta: Kolmas, from Sax Worker’s Rights (Cabin Floor Esoterica, 2016)

Duncan Harrison interview

Interview runs throughout.

Rubicon, from Others Delete God (Reckno, 2015)

A (excerpt), from Shit Barrel Scraping Vol.1 (self-released, 2010)

Blazin Squad: Crossroads (mangled rip of YouTube clip, Paul Margree, 2017)

This Band I Used To Be In, from Others Delete God (Reckno, 2016)

Sloterdam, from Others Delete God (Reckno, 2015)

It’s A Dark Spot, from Others Delete God (Reckno, 2015)

Prodigal Youth, from Young Arms (Chocolate Monk, 2012)

04 24-25, from Young Arms (Chocolate Monk, 2012)

The New Harbour, from Others Delete God (Reckno, 2015)

01 (excerpt), from No Day Blues (self-released, 2009)

Duncan Harrison & Dylan Nyoukis: Jeer Sabbath, extract #1, from The Great Many Necked/Jeer Sabbath (Banned Productions, 2014)

The Shadows Cast By The Bottoms of Photoframes Hung on Gallery Walls, from Ogre Neon (Beartown Records, 2015)

Young Arms, from Young Arms (Chocolate Monk, 2012)

Stupid Traffic, from 80 Ghosts (Soundholes, 2011)

Duncan Harrison & Dylan Nyoukis: Jeer Sabbath extract #2, from The Great Many Necked-Jeer Sabbath (Banned Productions, 2014)

Excerpt from as-yet unreleased track (2017)

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https://duncanharrison.bandcamp.com/

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One comment

  1. joeposset

    Outstanding stuff gents: essential insights into what it means to be a gonk on the scene right now – wise, wise words. The responsibility and expectations of a noise/experimental artist are too rarely discussed.
    Carefully and sensitively edited and put together, the sound clips have sent me scuttling back to my DH archive. Even the background-grunt Smiths session seemed just perfect.

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