Sam Battle, also known as Look Mum No Computer, chats to Caro C about his love of electronics, '80s music and re-using discarded technology in new ways to create a unique musical identity.
00:38 - Introduction
02:08 - Developing A Unique Sound
08:12 - Early Projects
09:07 - Analogue Noise
13:07 - Modular Synthesis
14:37 - Kosmo Modules
16:22 - This Museum Is Not Obsolete
18:31 - Interactive Installations
21:35 - The 1000 Oscillator Megadrone
23:30 - The Crystal Palace Electro Magnetic Sonic Sequencer
27:29 - Other Electronic Projects
28:27 - Musical Projects
30:04 - The Recording Process
32:59 - Working With Patreon
Sam Battle - Biog
From his early interest in electronics and '80s synth-pop to setting up a museum showcasing obsolete electronic and music technology, Sam Battle, who goes under the moniker Look Mum No Computer, is carving out a unique niche for himself.
Known as both an Inventor and Musician and with a strong Patreon following, Sam makes a feature of reworking old technology to create new and interesting sounds. He has repurposed discarded Teletubbies, Furbies and Speak & Spell's to create various interactive projects, which are used in his musical compositions and are also featured at his museum in Ramsgate, Kent, UK.
Interviewer: Caro C - Biog
Caro C is an artist, engineer and teacher, specialising in electronic music. She started making music thanks to being laid up whilst living in a double-decker bus and listening to Warp Records in the late 1990s. This "sonic enchantress" (BBC Radio 3) has now played in most of the cultural hotspots of her current home town of Manchester, UK. Caro is also the instigator and project manager of electronic music charity Delia Derbyshire Day.
Delia Derbyshire Day Charity: https://deliaderbyshireday.com
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