External content, online
and in print, pertaining
to Entr’acte and related
artists.
Marc Behrens
YouTube channel
Deutschlandradio Kultur
radio works


Dale Cornish
We Need No Swords 22
Interview and music on the eve
of the release of Aqal (E215)

Entr’acte
• Mix for The Wire’s Adventures
in Modern Music


Filter Feeder
Live on Ill FM, October 2009
Live on Ill FM, December 2007

Joe Gilmore et al
Composing with Process:
Perspectives on Generative
and Systems Music

(with Mark Fell)
Fluxradio: An exploration of
some of the concepts and ideas
behind the music and perform-
ance practice of Fluxus.
Presented by Joe Gilmore;
co-written by Rhiannon Silver.
Format: Alternative audio/
visual distribution models

Helena Gough
with Lee Patterson
Live at Cut and Splice,
Huddersfield, 2007
BBC Radio 3 broadcast

Sudden Infant
Live at Cut and Splice,
Huddersfield, 2007
BBC Radio 3 broadcast

The Wire Web Exclusive
New and exclusive work
by Marley Butler, EVOL,
Lee Gamble and Haptic
.
Published to coincide with
the Entr’acte feature in
the October 2010 issue.
Download the article here.

Jo Thomas
Ultra Tonal EP
Alpha — live at the Alibi

John Wall
The Dialogues: In conversation
with Simon Cummings



Entr’acte Products by GMA

Entr’acte profile in Gonzo
(Circus)
, September 2015

Something Special: Entr’acte
and The Tapeworm in Berlin.

Entr’acte profile in The Wire,
October 2010

Worst Chips Ever: Entr’acte
showcase. Download/listen

Cover Art By: published by
Laurence King. Features 12
pages of Entr’acte work and
a short interview.

Entr’acte was featured in the
March/April 2007 issue of Form,
(#213), Germany’s foremost
design magazine. This issue
takes a look at contemporary
music packaging.

Eric Olson’s Process Type
Foundry
. See also:
Eye magazine (62)
Creative Characters
Walker Art Centre lecture

AA Files: Issue 53 (May 2006) of
the Architectural Association’s
journal features a complete guide
to AAIR (AA Independent Radio;
RIP) programmes and archive.
The shows featured many
Entr’acte and related artists,
alongside incisive commentary
and the occasional reference
to architecture. This issue also
includes a free CD of AAIR’s
Travelling Without Moving
programme which features
audio correspondence with
Marc Behrens and Kallabris.