Following on from last week's show, here's part two of Bec's chat with Aarti Jadu, plus an interview with sleep scientist Argo Theoharis about their contributions to Polyphasic — Tincture's experimental, night-long sleep performance held at a Preston warehouse this past February.
Bec also relistens to some recordings they made at Polyphasic, with improvised performances by Moses Carr, Adam Halliwell, Perrin Moss, Khyaal Vocal Ensemble, Paul Bender's Ensemble and Rohan Rebeiro. Follow Tincture on Facebook for more info.
This is SleepTalker's final episode in this weekly timeslot! Huge, huge thanks to everyone who's listened to and supported the show over the past couple of years on-air. See you soon, and in the meantime you can stay updated on the show's Facebook and Twitter.
- Improvised performance from Polyphasic (exploring stage three of sleep)Moses Carr
- Improvised performance from Polyphasic (exploring stage two of sleep)Adam Halliwell
- Improvised performance from Polyphasic (exploring stage three of sleep)Perrin Moss
- Improvised performance from Polyphasic (exploring stage three of sleep and REM)Khyaal Vocal Ensemble
- Improvised performance from Polyphasic (exploring REM)Paul Bender's Ensemble
- Improvised performance from Polyphasic (exploring REM and waking up)Rohan Rebeiro
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A show about sleep, dreams, nightmares and what happens in your head after dark. Meditations from the edges of consciousness, exploring circadian rhythms, mental health, what keeps us awake and helps us drift. Interviews, field recordings, sound art, creative audio and ambient music to keep you company in the dark.
SleepTalker started as an independent podcast in 2014, and now joins the Triple R grid as a weekly two-hour live show.
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