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


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.