27 04 2006

David Tibet interviewed on WFMU Radio, Tuesday 16 May 2006

David has been interviewed by his old friend Brian Turner on the excellent New York radio station WFMU. We reproduce the promotional text below and details of how to tune in and download it.

David Tibet of Current 93
Tuesday, May 16th, 3pm-6pm
on Brian Turner's show
WFMU freeform radio
91.1 fm NYC/Metro NJ
90.1 fm Catskills/Hudson Valley/Western NJ/Eastern PA
Listen to stream or archive at www.wfmu.org

"As the center of Current 93 and as a very frequent contributor to Steven Stapleton's Nurse With Wound, David Michael Tibet has defined himself as one of the most enigmatic figures to grace England's modern day experimental music, art and literature scenes. Starting in 1985, C93 emerged from the movement that put wind in the sails of peers like Coil and Psychic TV, but has evolved on its own over the years to a much more emotional song-based tradition while Tibet still continues to be a master of apocalyptic imagery. He's also a longtime friend of WFMU who thrives on sharing and consuming eclectic music of all kinds, and in this rare radio interview with Brian he will be doing that at length. Tune in to hear some of David's favorite esoteric records and an overview of the long history of Current 93 including music from the brand new "Black Ships Ate the Sky" record (which features vocal contributions from friends like Marc Almond, Shirley Collins, Antony and others)."


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