Stream unheard music by DELIA DERBYSHIRE

Stream previously unreleased music by Delia Derbyshire, ahead of Radiophonic Workshop show at The British Library

Ahead of events at The British Library on 13 October, The Radiophonic Workshop have unveiled previously unreleased music by former colleague, original member and omnipotent queen of electronica Delia Derbyshire.

Named Future Ghosts by the current Radiophonic Workshop, the track is made up of various elements from Delia's lost (and subsequently found) tape archive – over 300 reels discovered in her attic after she died –  worked together into a new track. The pieces of original audio are from tapes that Delia made beyond the BBC for later film and theatre projects - the exact details of which remain lost in the mists of time.

Stream Future Ghosts here

The Radiophonic Workshop announce two events at The British Library
featuring Tom Middleton, Martyn Ware and Obsrvtry visuals

Following widespread critical acclaim for their recently-released new album Burials In Several Earths, legendary electronic pioneers The Radiophonic Workshop have announced two events to take place in stunning and inspirational setting The British Library, on 13 October.

The two events run back-to-back, with ticket buyers having the option of attending one or both:

Late at the Library: The Radiophonic Workshop live and guests
Friday 13 October
19.30 – 23.00 in the Entrance Hall.
The Radiophonic Workshop will perform classics and music from Burials in Several Earths, with special guest Martyn Ware (Heaven 17, Human League).  
The audio installation is provided by Bowers & Wilkins and custom made visuals will be performed by Obsrvtry - a collaboration between The Radiophonic Workshop, Michael Faulkner - founder of D-Fuse and Ben Sheppee - creator of Lightrhythm Visuals.
Guest DJ is Tom Middleton - a fellow sonic explorer loved for aliases including Link, Reload, Jedi Knights and Global Communication.

Soundhouses: The Radiophonic Workshop at 60Friday 13 October
18.30 – 19.45 in the Knowledge Centre

The inside story of the pioneering production house, members of The Radiophonic Workshop talk about their extraordinary history and working methods, joined by guests including Martyn Ware with more TBA. A special guest interviewer will also be announced soon.

Ticket price includes entrance to the Late at the Library

Both events form part of the British Library’s Season of Sound. For more information click here.