Monthly Archives: January 2010

T-Phone 1 – Biosphere “Outside By The Fjord”

1 track .m4v video, digital download for iPod/iPhone

Track listing:
1: Outside By The Fjord – 25m09s

From a field recording trip in Sørfjorden, near Tromsø, Norway.
Commissioned by Fondazione Musica per Roma, 2008.

House on Water | Turkmen January 2009

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The above photo was taken on a recent (2010) trip to Turkmen Sahra.

The Tapeworm’s Worm

Like most insects, worms are totally tasteless… they can be pan-fried, oven baked or whatever, but the worms MUST be absolutely purged (cleaned of intestinal matter – especially sand, which an earth worm uses to “grind” it’s food much like a chicken gizzard). But it is impossible to adequately purge a worm, so perhaps its best not to try.

The Observer published a recipe for Banana Worm Bread by Carlene Thomas-Bailey on 13th November 2010.

Rebekah Staton’s Creamy Alchy Choccie-Cookie Loggie

Warning! Do not attempt this recipe if you will consume it with guests who can’t handle the truth.

Whip some cream with vanilla essence until firm.
In a separate dish pour out a generous amount of your favourite liqueur.
Dip (one by one) your favourite cookie, quickly, into the liqueur.
Now glue the cookies together with the naughty cream until you have formed a ‘log’.
Take the rest of the cream and coat the log with it.
Now take some Sprinkles (chocolate preferred) and shower the log.
Serve with two plums… or fruits of your choosing!

Voila!!!

NB Have ambulance on speed dial

Anthony Flanagan’s Cheese, Onion, Tomato, Salt

One block of cheese (your choice!)
One onion
One beef tomato
Salt

Wash the ingredients thoroughly. Cut the tomato in half and sprinkle with salt.
Take a bite of cheese.
Chew and devour.
Then take a bite of the onion.
When finished eating that, take a bite of tomato.
Continue the whole thing in any order in your own time.

The best food is simple food!

Sohrab’s Yoghourt Borrani

spinach 500grams
plain yoghurt 1 pack
garlic 1-2 slices
spring onion 1 branch (optional)

This is a very easy quick and yummy to make side dish. its best for summer night dinners!
Wash the spinach and put it in a pot, add some salt and let it cook by itself without adding oil or water. Spinach is a juicy vegetable and we cook it until it lost its water! then put it in a bowl and let it go cold while chopping your garlic.

Add the yoghurt, chopped garlic, and some black pepper to the spinach and mix it well, put it in the fridge for half an hour and then bring it on the table! you can make decorate it with some rose also (also dried rose)

2010

The British Library accept TouchRadio as a ‘named collection’ in their sound archive. Touch goes to South Korea for the first time; performs at Berghain, Berlin and releases new albums by Philip Jeck, Phill Niblock, Sohrab and Eleh.

TO:77 – BJNilsen “The Invisible City”

CD – 8 tracks – 1:04:57
Jewel case with concertina insert
Artwork & Photography by Jon Wozencroft
Plus bonus 320kbps .mp3 download – 1 track – 33:44
TO:77DL – BJNilsen “Live at Café Oto”, Atmospheres 3, 7.xii.09
Available only when purchasing “The Invisible City” via the TouchShop.

Track listing:

1. Gravity Station
2. Phase and Amplitude
3. Scientia
4. Virtual Resistance
5. Meter Reading
6. Into Its Coloured Rays
7. Gradient
8. The Invisible City

About this release:

Recorded and Mixed during 2008-2009 in Berlin.

All tracks composed by BJNilsen using Tape Recorders, Computer, Organ, Acoustic Guitar, Electronics, Viola, Subharchord. Field recordings from; Sweden, Iceland, Norway, UK, Japan, Portugal and Germany. The Subharchord was recorded in the EAM Studio @ Adk, Berlin. Viola played by Hildur I. Gudnadottir.

Mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye
Published by Touch Music [MCPS]

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