New radio show to launch on FBi Click

Today, June 25th 2014, the insanely talented bods at FBi Radio launch a new station, FBi Click, exclusive to digital radio + simulcast online. After a short time in the wilderness, after the close of the New Weird Australia radio show, I’m heading back to the swivel chair to present a new show on FBi Click titled Repercussions. Navigating electronic music past, present & future, the show is available on FBi Click, on demand any time at fbiradio.com/click and will also be available via podcast.

Here’s the official blurb from the FBi Click site:

Repercussions investigates the infinite connections in electronic music, past, present and future. Each 60 minute show follows an artist, genre, producer, subject, location or label and explores the influential tracks that exist in their orbit – before, during and after. Neither retro nor futurist, Repercussions celebrates the timelessness of electronic music, in all its forms. Repercussions is presented by Stuart Buchanan, founder of the experimental record labels, New Weird Australia and Wood And Wire.

Buchanan was one of the first broadcasters on FBi in 2003, presenting Fat Planet for five years, and the New Weird Australia radio show for three years. Prior to arriving in Australia in the early 2000s, Buchanan worked as a DJ and producer in the UK, influenced and inspired by pioneering artists such as Cabaret Voltaire, Einstürzende Neubauten, Aphex Twin and Throbbing Gristle. Stuart’s depth of knowledge and passion for electronic music will make Repercussions a surprising and intriguing experience each week.

Stuart Buchanan

Born in Scotland and now resident in Sydney, my career-long passion has been in developing new audiences for arts and culture, as a director, producer and marketer of innovative creative work. This blog looks at at the intersections of culture, technology and media, and the changing ways in which audiences interact with the arts and creative industries.