Clark to hold live-stream ‘Iradelphic’ workshop tonight

Warp Records man will preview new album material in a jam session broadcast from his Berlin studio.

22.03.12

Words by: Ruth Saxelby

Warp Records lynchpin Clark, incidentally an early musical influence on Dummy favourites and fellow St Albans-ites Friendly Fires, will soon be releasing his sixth album ‘Iradelphic’. His first long player in three years, its partly inspired by the Radiophonic Workshop, the BBC’s famous sound effects department that first started in the late 1950s.

In tribute, he’ll be previewing the new album via a live stream jam session from his Berlin studio tonight at 8pm UK time (tune in here). On which he’s said:

“I’m going to be in the studio jamming some stuff out, no change there, but for some reason I’ve agreed to let it be filmed and broadcast over the World Wide Web.

The studio is a bit sparse at the moment, lots of synths at various friends houses etc. But I’ve got some modular flesh that I shall be squeezing some milk out of. And massive studios are completely over-rated anyway. It’s not 1992 anymore.

Anyway, it will be fun…”

Warp will release Clark’s new album ‘Iradelphic’ on 2nd April 2012