The latest show to play Neil March‘s Music To Plan Towns By is the BBC 6 Music Mixtape Show with the music and broadcasting legend Tom Robinson. You can hear the show live at 2AM (UK time tonight) or listen to the podcast anytime in the next thirty days here.
The Podcast for BBC Three Counties Radio’s show on Saturday night which included Neil March being interviewed by Gareth Lloyd about his forthcoming appearance on the BBC Introducing Stage @ Latitude and how and why he composes using everyday sounds as instruments of harmony and also includes the playing of Music To Plan Towns By – I is available for 30 days here.
UK composer and recording artist Neil March has been chosen to play the BBC Introducing Stage @ Latitude on Sunday 16th July 2017. Neil and his Quintet will be on stage at 4PM. This is an amazing achievement and follows the release of his ground-breaking Music To Plan Towns By (EP) on Demerara Records.
Neil will be joined by four amazing musicians: Matthew Saxon (Flute & Keyboards) James Saxon (Keyboards) Mark Saxon (Cello) and John Molloy (Keyboards & Live Electronics). More news to follow soon.
To read Neil March’s article on the prospects of and potential for a second EU Referendum within the two year deadline from triggering Article 50, click this link:
A new EP by UK composer Neil March will be Demerara Records‘ first new release of 2017. Music to plan towns by continues on his unique theme of using actual recordings of noises and sounds from his living and working environment not merely as effects but as instruments of melody and harmony alongside and sometimes trading blows with notated [programmed] music.
You can hear a first taster from the EP here
More news to follow soon.
Demerara Records are in talks with our good friends Promote Classical about them placing all our releases in their online shop. This will be particularly useful for albums that are not going to be renewed for another year with their original distributors but can still be available to download via Promote Classical.
There will be more news on this subject as soon as the next meeting takes place.