Phonic FM Tenth Anniversary Event
Fri 25 Feb 2000
12pm - 12am
Celebrating 10 years of broadcasting with a building takeover featuring live music, DJs, films, outside broadcasts, studio tours and a radio conference.
Look out for further activities as our big celebration is growing bigger every day.
The Exeter Steiner Academy Parent Choir will be singing at the Phoenix entrance at 12.10pm.
12.30 1.05 First Person, alternative DIY rock project from the Academy of Music and Sound
1.50 2.25 Metronomic Underground, teenage indie female quartet
3.10 3.45 Freakbywire, making an intergalactic dystopian racket since 1999
4.30 5.05 Falling Stacks, original uptight rock
5.50 6.25 Susannah and The Noise, songs of urgency, songs of spirit, fractured views of human nature
7.10 7.50 Five Finger Discount, a harmonious blend of lyrical Hip-Pop.combining hip-hop, ska, drum n bass, folk and reggae
8.10 8.50 Cave Mouth, dirty swamp funk
9.10 9.55 Gaslight Troubadours, carnival-esque dark glitch-swing
10.15 11.15 Datura Roots Collective, innovative blues-infused ska and reggae
1.10 1.45 Spin2, contemporary folk & roots music
2.30 3.05 The Lures, an original folk-rock blend
3.40 4.25 Mudskippers, worldy, folky and thought-provoking
5.10 5.55 Ensemble Baklava, middle eastern delights
7.20 8.05 Samantics, vocals, loops and highly original songs
8.10 9 Rapha Ghetti, punk poet extraordinaire
9.30 10.30 Dakar Audio Club, Exeters afrobeat sensation
The Phonic Drama Show presents an afternoon of spoken word fun…
Workshop in afternoon Widsith & Deor from The Phonic Drama Show present theatrical storytelling and spoken word enchantment
Featuring the unmissable international story star Clive Pig the Storyfella, the delicious Fire Springs from Bath presenting their haunting and exquisite Tales from the Saxon Shores, beautiful poetry show The Weather House by well-loved poets Susan Taylor & Simon Williams, the wonderful and acclaimed Substance & Shadow Theatre presenting Oscar Wildes The Fisherman & His Soul, and the enchanting hosts of The Plough Storytelling Circle Ros & John Wehner weaving their delicate and engaging magic. Plus of course Glastonbury Festival regulars Widsith & Deor themselves with their very own brand of rip-roaring theatrical storytelling! What could possibly be finer?
A night of experimental, industrial, post-digital, non-linear and improvised noise, avant soundscape and detournement.
Phonic FM presenters will host their shows from the Café-Bar, so including coverage of the many activities underway as part of our big day of celebration.
Our celebration will also include free screenings of upbeat films with a radio theme at 4.30pm and 9pm, and we are keeping the film names under wraps for now
Management in radio workshop in the afternoon. Details to be announced.
Phonic FM tenth anniversary photography exhibition, showing the diversity of a dozen Phonic presenters and what the station means to them.
Join a short tour of our radio Phonic FM studio, housed in the Exeter Phoenix basement, sign up for tours at our information desk at Exeter Phoenix’s entrance.
There will also be a community radio station activists from across the South West will be gathering for a conference hosted by Phonic FM in Studio 74 from 10.30am-4pm.
12-6pm: Childrens art activity by the Youth Arts & Health Trust
2pm: Storytelling with Laura Lane from Exeter Library
5pm-7pm: Acoustic music from original bubblegrunge songwriters Oliver Rose & Billy Brooks from The Allergens, plus Ed Hambly from The Echo Hotel.
Please note – all acts and timings may be subject to change.
Supported by Exeter City Council