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 with Patrik Fitzgerald, Nighttime & Damien Raison, Alan Tyler & The Lost Sons of Littlefield
 Patrik Fitzgerald, Nighttime & Damien Raison, Alan Tyler & The Lost Sons of Littlefield
 deXter Bentley  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) 
 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
Resonance FM
deXter Bentley
The deXter Bentley Hello Goodbye show, Resonance FM, London 18 Nov 2006

The Hello Goodbye show plays host to a rare live performance from the enigmatic outfit Nighttime and Damien Raison. This (reportedly) 'Neo Pagan' duo has chosen to reject the influences of fashion and glamour that previously dominated their lives, to concentrate wholeheartedly on the celebration of nature through song. Their quasi-medieval/electro flavoured music conveys a strong narrative that is joyous and revelatory.

Today’s show will also feature an interview with original punk poet and lo-fi pioneer Patrik Fitzgerald, recorded in August 2006 during his first visit to the UK in over 10 years. Initially armed with only an acoustic guitar, Patrik stood out as an anomaly in the punk class of 1977 but was soon regarded as an original of his genre and released a series of classic EP's on the Small Wonder label. The songs on these records, including 'Safety Pin Stuck in my Heart', were caustic and whimsical pieces of urban folk and as punk in spirit as anything produced by his noisier peers. Patrik recorded several subsequent albums and continues to write and record from his adopted home in New Zealand, where he is also busy compiling collections of unreleased material from his substantial archives.

Also joining dB in the Resonance studio is the Harrow born and bred Country Rock pioneer (and former Rockingbirds front man) Alan Tyler, along with his new band, The Lost Sons of Littlefield. Their eponymous album is a southern American-inspired odyssey and is currently available through Hanky Panky Records. Tyler's songs deal in universal themes and although they take the form of traditional Country music lyrically they are unmistakably English.

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01:30:38 English 2006-11-18
 Resonance FM, London
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