So, a bit of cross pollination; I could have written this post on any number of website, but I am writing it here, on my personal blog.

I have a bit of news in that I have a new radio show, with Al Smyth, on Harrogate Community Radio.

Me and Al have got up to all sorts of sonic-mischief as Guerrilla Dub System, a reggae duo, but we are trying our hand at Electro and Bleep & Bass.

Do you want to hear a mix?

On the radio show, we will make a two-hour mix of similar music to the above. What is the worst that could go wrong?

We hope to introduce the mix and have a it of a chat at the halfway point, too.

The show is called TRANSMISSION and it will broadcast every fifth Saturday of the month at 10pm – we are kind of filling in a gap – but, I am just excited to be using my equipment, again.

I popped to Creao Studio last night and we made the first show, TRANSMISSION///001. Al is mastering the show over the coming week and we will record the vocals this Thursday.

But, listen to the mix, above – if it pickles your onions then check out our show page on Harrogate Community Radio’s website HERE.


Andrew Backhouse is a Yorkshire-based artist working with time-based media and digital collage. He is a self-confessed radio geek and he hopes to share his wonder. He also wants to share his naivety and enthusiasm for finding something interesting. Henri Chopin, AGF, and RuPaul influence Andrew’s artistic enquiry. Documenting “The new shiny thing,” Andrew tries to share his excitement for it. But, he also asks about its authenticity and worth.

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