We’re not quite sure if it offers the most accurate picture of life down at Paul Farrington’s studio (surely they can’t spend all day hitting each other, eating wasabi or chewing on tin foil) but as the latest installment in Farrington’s range of Sound Toys, A Day… is an addictive little game where you can sequence your own sound compositions via a fruit-machine like interface. To make different sounds appear you have to select an Endurance! style challenge for each designer. Go on, make him eat the lemon again!
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Illustrator Marcus Oakley was one of 21 contributors to The Blank Tape Spillage Fête, at The English Folk Dance and Song Society, Cecil Sharp House in London. This is what happened:
I really like cassette tapes, I still use them, I still use my Walkman and I use them to record music with on my four track, and so last winter I was delighted when I was invited by Mat Fowler and Matt Hunt to take part in their Blank Tape Spillage Fête project.