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Sunshinecast Ep 60 - British Composer Ethan Lewis Maltby
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June 19, 2013 03:37 AM PDT
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Sunshinecast Ep 60 - British Composer Ethan Lewis Maltby

Broadcast on Gashouse Radio Tuesday 27th November 2012  and on Tuesday 18th June 2013
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Ethan Lewis Maltby In November 2012, I interviewed British composer Ethan Maltbyabout his work.

Maltby is based in Canterbury, Kent and writes music for TV, Theatre, Cinema and the Concert Hall.

From his website:

Maltby has scored many films and animations covering many different genres. He has collaborated with Spanish filmmaker Jesús Monllaó on several projects, scoring the award winning ‘La Mirada Oblique’, ‘Gloria’, and ‘The Legacy’, and also with animator Kam-Li Cheng on her stunning animations, ‘The Highwayman’ and ‘Avatara’. In late 2006, Maltby scored ‘Waste Man’, the Channel 4 documentary on artist Antony Gormley and his sculpture. In theatre, Maltby composed the soundtrack for the first British virtual reality stage play, ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, the score for Hungarian play ‘Bloodletting’ and several musicals including ‘Courtenay’ (with lyricist Christopher Neame).In 2004 Maltby created, composed and directed ‘Noise Ensemble’, a percussion show which has been touring since 2006. This spectacular show has played extensively in UK theatres and venues including The South Bank Centre, Wembley Stadium and on TV’s Blue Peter. It has also toured Russia, Belgium, Holland, South Korea, Switzerland, Norway and Cyprus. He also composed the score for the 2008 and 2009 FA Cup Final Opening Ceremonies – his track ‘FA Overture’ has since become the players walk-on anthem for all major FA games.

Today, you can hear that interview again, as well as a great many examples of his work. Ethan Maltby is one of the most exiting young British composers working today. He recently completed the score for the film Fill De Cain - Watch the official trailer:  

 

FILL DE CAIN English Subtitles OFFICIAL TRAILER (by Hijo de Cain La Pelicula)

To find out more about Ethan Lewis Maltby and his work visit   www.ethanlewismaltby.com

Son of Cain - film score by Ethan Lewis Maltby

Long time, no blog post!

Hello again, lovely radio-listening friends. I am not the most tech-savvy individual ever born, as many of you already know. I try (some might say I'm trying - an old joke, sorry if you're too young/too not-English, and don't get it) but things just go wrong. For one reason or another, there have been no posts from me here on the show's blog for a gazillion eons (well, over a year) and no podcasts, either. Time to change that, huh?
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Sunshinecast Ep 52 - Folkin' Marvellous!
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September 20, 2012 04:08 AM PDT
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Sunshinecast Ep 52 - Folkin' Marvellous! Folk Week with Rudy Warman

Broadcast on Gashouse Radio Tuesday 14th July 2012
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This show is full of the best artists of the Broadstairs Folk Week Fringe Festival, with a live interview and acoustic performance by Rudy Warman, who is sure to be a future headliner of Folk Week.

Rudy WarmanArtists featured on the show:
Funke and the Two Tone Baby, DaylightSaving, Missouri Gutts, Stawberry Blue, Arcelia, Spyplane, Captain Patch FolkRock Band, Peter Kelly, Liam Shipton, CC Smugglers, The Folk, Flaming June, The Trudy, The Chimney Boys and Goldie Reed. You can see all of these acts performing during Folk Week at fringe events all around the town.
There’ll are also tunes from  Mullohand & Ward, Ben Parcell and Naseby Crossing, who weren't at Folk Week this year, but who are always worth listening to.

To find out more about Broadstairs Folk Week, go to: www.broadstairsfolkweek.org.uk/
Be sure to visit Rudy Warman's website too: www.rudywarman.co.uk/