In this episode:
We start with a discussion about Non-Commercial licenses, and later, the musician Ergo Phizmiz joins us to talk about what he's been up to.
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Notes from the interview
91 "albums" at http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ergo_Phizmiz/
A few things: https://ergophizmiz.bandcamp.com/
Ergo Phizmiz is dead?
It was a name that stuck. The persona starts to make unwritten demands on the work.
So, what is the new project and name?
Slowing the production publicly. More development time. More curation now.
Agiprop opera on “British situation” ...Doug assumes Brexit, but maybe not.
One opera does not have a name.
Lots of theatre work
New album with new name
More information on partial "anonymity": http://www.thewire.co.uk/in-writing/collateral-damage/collateral-damage_dw-robertson
Gilbert and Sullivan: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilbert_and_Sullivan
2010: phone call from avant-garde leader in Rotterdam
Teenage Operas were lost!
The Mourning Show Opera
Slow, with a notebook
Some in the past, but that has broken down a bit, and now building it back up
London group is a new.
New album coming up from a group without a name.
Piano as well: spontaneous writing
Finished products important
Laying sidewalks on the agenda
More theatre: Alex Temple is coming back on
Also, more “classical” music: Jason Weinberger
What drew you to Creative Commons?
Music was used for a fascist party (BNP)
Is there anything else you would like to say/tell us about?
Collage film, 1955, cut from 1955 Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
No idea when it will be out
Series of wonderful glances. Sherlock Holmes TV in public domain in UK
New EP coming out
Super pop album, as previously mentioned
Doug picks a closing track: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ergo_Phizmiz/Music_To_Help_Celine_Dion_Improve_Her_Golf/The-Pressures-of-Golf
From an ongoing project about sport.
Celine Dion does not rate highly on celebrity golf tour.
"It could be beautiful"