Elsewhere in 1921

January 2 - The De Young Museum opens in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

January 2 – The De Young Museum opens in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

January 20 – British K-class submarine HMS K5 sinks in the English Channel. All 56 on board die.

January 20 – British K-class submarine HMS K5 sinks in the English Channel. All 56 on board die.

January 21 - The film The Kid, written, produced, directed by and starring Charlie Chaplin, with Jackie Coogan, is released in the United States.

January 21 – The film The Kid, written, produced, directed by and starring Charlie Chaplin, with Jackie Coogan, is released in the United States.

February 12 – The Democratic Republic of Georgia is invaded by forces of Bolshevist Russia.

February 12 – The Democratic Republic of Georgia is invaded by forces of Bolshevist Russia.

February 21 – Rezā Khan and Zia'eddin Tabatabaee stage a coup d'état in Iran.

February 21 – Rezā Khan and Zia’eddin Tabatabaee stage a coup d’état in Iran.

February 28 – The Kronstadt rebellion is initiated by sailors of the Soviet Navy's Baltic Fleet.

February 28 – The Kronstadt rebellion is initiated by sailors of the Soviet Navy’s Baltic Fleet.

March 4 – Warren G. Harding is sworn in as the 29th President of the United States.

March 4 – Warren G. Harding is sworn in as the 29th President of the United States.

March 8 - Spanish Premier Eduardo Dato e Iradier is assassinated while exiting the parliament building in Madrid.

March 8 – Spanish Premier Eduardo Dato e Iradier is assassinated while exiting the parliament building in Madrid.

March 13 – The Russian White Army captures Mongolia from China. Roman von Ungern-Sternberg declares himself ruler.

March 13 – The Russian White Army captures Mongolia from China. Roman von Ungern-Sternberg declares himself ruler.

April 11 – The Emirate of Transjordan is created, with Abdullah I as emir.

April 11 – The Emirate of Transjordan is created, with Abdullah I as emir.

May 1–7 – Riots at Jaffa, Mandatory Palestine result in 47 Jewish and 48 Arab deaths.

May 1–7 – Riots at Jaffa, Mandatory Palestine result in 47 Jewish and 48 Arab deaths.

May 25 – The Irish Republican Army occupies and burns The Custom House in Dublin. Five IRA men are killed, and over 80 are captured by the British Army.

May 25 – The Irish Republican Army occupies and burns The Custom House in Dublin. Five IRA men are killed, and over 80 are captured by the British Army.

May 31–June 1 – Mobs of white residents attack black residents and businesses in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Between 100 and 300 are killed.

May 31–June 1 – Mobs of white residents attack black residents and businesses in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Between 100 and 300 are killed.

June 28 – The Constitutional Assembly of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes passes the Vidovdan Constitution, despite a boycott of the vote by the communists, and Croat and Slovene parties.

June 28 – The Constitutional Assembly of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes passes the Vidovdan Constitution, despite a boycott of the vote by the communists, and Croat and Slovene parties.

July 1 - The Communist Party of China (CPC) is founded.

July 1 – The Communist Party of China (CPC) is founded.

July 11 - The Red Army captures Mongolia from the White Army, and establishes the Mongolian People's Republic.

July 11 – The Red Army captures Mongolia from the White Army, and establishes the Mongolian People’s Republic.

July 21 – At The Battle of Annual, Spanish troops are dealt a crushing defeat, at the hands of Abd el-Krim.

July 21 – At The Battle of Annual, Spanish troops are dealt a crushing defeat, at the hands of Abd el-Krim.

July 29 – Adolf Hitler becomes Führer of the Nazi Party.

July 29 – Adolf Hitler becomes Führer of the Nazi Party.

August 23 – King Faisal I of Iraq is crowned in Baghdad.

August 23 – King Faisal I of Iraq is crowned in Baghdad.

August 24 – R38-class airship ZR-2 explodes on her fourth test flight near Kingston upon Hull, England, killing 44 of the 49 Anglo-American crew on board.

August 24 – R38-class airship ZR-2 explodes on her fourth test flight near Kingston upon Hull, England, killing 44 of the 49 Anglo-American crew on board.

September 7 – In Atlantic City, New Jersey, the first Miss America Pageant is held.

September 7 – In Atlantic City, New Jersey, the first Miss America Pageant is held.

September 13 – White Castle hamburger restaurant opens in Wichita, Kansas, the foundation of the world's first fast food chain.

September 13 – White Castle hamburger restaurant opens in Wichita, Kansas, the foundation of the world’s first fast food chain.

September 21 – The Oppau explosion occurs at BASF's nitrate factory in Oppau, Germany. 500–600 are killed.

September 21 – The Oppau explosion occurs at BASF’s nitrate factory in Oppau, Germany. 500–600 are killed.

October 13 - The Treaty of Kars is signed between Turkey and the Soviet Socialist Republics of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, establishing the boundaries of the south Caucasus.

October 13 – The Treaty of Kars is signed between Turkey and the Soviet Socialist Republics of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, establishing the boundaries of the south Caucasus.

October 19 – The 'Bloody Night' (Noite Sangrenta) massacre in Lisbon claims the lives of Portuguese Prime-Minister António Granjo and other politicians.

October 19 – The ‘Bloody Night’ (Noite Sangrenta) massacre in Lisbon claims the lives of Portuguese Prime-Minister António Granjo and other politicians.

November 9 - The National Fascist Party (Partito Nazionale Fascista or PNF) is founded in Italy.

November 9 – The National Fascist Party (Partito Nazionale Fascista or PNF) is founded in Italy.

November 11 – During an Armistice Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is dedicated by Warren G. Harding, President of the United States.

November 11 – During an Armistice Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is dedicated by Warren G. Harding, President of the United States.

Berlin, Reichsbank, Geldauflieferungsstelle

November – Hyperinflation is rampant in Germany, where 263 marks are now needed to buy a single American dollar, more than 20 times greater than the 12 marks needed in April 1919.

December 6 - The Anglo-Irish Treaty establishing the Irish Free State is signed in London.

December 6 – The Anglo-Irish Treaty establishing the Irish Free State is signed in London.

December 13 – In the Four-Power Treaty on Insular Possessions, Japan, the United States, United Kingdom, and France agree to recognize the status quo in the Pacific.

December 13 – In the Four-Power Treaty on Insular Possessions, Japan, the United States, United Kingdom, and France agree to recognize the status quo in the Pacific.

December 23 – Visva-Bharati College is founded by Rabindranath Tagore in Santiniketan, Bengal Presidency, British India.

December 23 – Visva-Bharati College is founded by Rabindranath Tagore in Santiniketan, Bengal Presidency, British India.

1921

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“The parties were bigger. The pace was faster, the shows were broader, the buildings were higher, the morals were looser, the liquor was cheaper.” F. Scott Fitzgerald

If you could chose any era to live in, the decades between 1910 and 1950 would probably not be the most immediately appealing. Aside from two world wars, a great depression, and the worst pandemic in history, the era was marked by civil unrest, often for good cause, but whose benefits would not be felt until the dust settled many years later. However, in the middle of this maelstrom, we have a period of peace and prosperity, a boomtime for the creative arts, in short “the twenties” – a decade which is shorthand for a cornucopia of culture in the way “the thirties” and “the forties” absolutely aren’t. “Golden times” like these are usually best treated with a pinch of salt – most people tend to be to some degree nostalgic about their youth, particularly writers – but perhaps this time we can take it a little more seriously. The shift which seems to have happened in this time seems if anything like the half-century was saving up its changes and released them all at once while the sun was shining and it wasn’t otherwise occupied.

The dawning of universal suffrage surely had a role here. Even more so, the population of the world shaking itself loose from the incredible suffering of the 1910s. But perhaps the greatest part was played by a series of innovations – some of them technological (as we will get to in a few years) and some the unintended consequences of an ill-thought-out law – prohibition.

From January 17th, 1920, when the Volstead Act went into effect, the USA saw a nationwide ban on the production, importation, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages. The sheer logistics of such a thing in a country with such a tradition of alcohol consumption when anyone with minimal expertise could make their own, well, it didn’t make any sense and it still doesn’t. Organised crime immediately began to take over the alcohol business, and consumption shifted from the old bars and hotels to speakeasies. The managers of these places had no stock in the entertainment establishment, and no interest in going through the process of booking well-known vaudeville acts, who probably wouldn’t want to be seen there anyway.

Instead, they hired jazz bands. Touring / recording groups from around the country had residencies in clubs in Chicago and New York where they could practice and innovate every night in front of an audience. The nascent genre, which had been coasting for a few years after its initial explosion, suddenly got a new lease of life. The likes of Armstrong, Ellington and Fats Waller developed their sound in front of sometimes multi-racial audiences. The often regressive instinct of proprietors to be “respectable” had dissipated – what role could censorship ever play in a place whose entire existence was already illegal, and paid for with bribes?

This isn’t to say that all of this has yet seeped through the cracks into recorded media. While (inspired by the success of “Crazy Blues”) Okeh were releasing their series of “race records,” they were still exclusively operating out of New York, and their competitor Paramount Records would not start releasing this sort of recording until the following year. The rest of the music industry was still firmly stuck in the 1900s, releasing the sort of sentimental ballads and d-grade operetta they had been since they’d formed, likely the same singers and the same management too. Occasionally they would put something out by a dance band, and occasionally they would strike gold, but such things do not seem to be generally part of the business plan.

So as far as the mix is concerned, we are still operating on the margins, but the margins are expanding, cracks are forming, soon this wonderful infection is going to be irresistible in its spread.

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Tracks

0:00:17 Harry E. Humphrey – Santa Claus hides in your phonograph (Excerpt 1)
0:00:32 American Symphony Orchestra – Ride of the Valkyries
0:01:30 Harry E. Humphrey – Santa Claus hides in your phonograph (Excerpt 2)
0:01:41 Zez Confrey – Kitten On The Keys
0:04:42 Shelton Brooks & Co. – Darktown Court Room
0:04:50 The Jazz Hounds – Royal Garden Blues
0:07:47 Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Hounds – ‘U’ Need Some Lovin’ Blues
0:10:40 Justine Roberts – The Shop Girl (Excerpt 1)
0:10:50 Ladd’s Black Aces – Aunt Hagar’s Children’s Blues
0:14:01 Justine Roberts – The Shop Girl (Excerpt 2)
0:14:11 Lucille Hegamin – Wabash Blues
0:17:24 John Riley – Casey Departing to Congress
0:17:29 Fletcher Henderson – There Ain’t No Nothin’
0:20:39 Isham Jones – Wabash Blues
0:23:37 Yerkes’ Happy Six – Yokohama Lullaby
0:25:32 Carl Fenton with Rudy Wiedoeft – Biminy Bay
0:28:45 Sergei Esenin – Confessions Of A Hooligan (Excerpt 1)
0:29:16 Luigi Russolo – Serenata
0:31:14 Sergei Esenin – Confessions Of A Hooligan (Excerpt 2)
0:31:30 Jacob Gegna – A Tfileh fun Mendel Beilis
0:34:58 Claudia Muzio – Sei Forse L’angelo Fedele
0:37:42 Bucca-Perez Co. – Nofriu al Telefono
0:37:52 Agustín Barrios – Tarantella
0:40:10 Achilleas Poulos – Kamomatou
0:42:06 Bucca-Perez Co. – Nofriu Buscevicu
0:42:18 Doumoua Ellaini – Aicha
0:43:13 Grupo Pixinguinha – Domingo Eu Vou Lá
0:45:14 Grupo Do Moringa – No Rancho
0:47:41 Warren G. Harding – Opening of Limitation of Armaments Conference
0:47:55 Michael Coleman – Bag of Spuds
0:48:44 Ford Hanford – My Old Kentucky Home
0:49:20 Kandel’s Orchestra – Kandel’s Bulgar
0:51:21 Marcus Garvey – Objects of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (Excerpt 1)
0:51:36 Eubie Blake – Sounds Of Africa
0:53:07 Marcus Garvey – Objects of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (Excerpt 2)
0:53:32 Rudy Wiedoeft’s Californians – Jabberwocky
0:56:45 Gene Rodimichs Orchestra – Home Again Blues
0:58:45 Edgar A. Guest – Wait Till Your Pa Comes Home
0:59:26 Al Weston & Irene Young – At The Circus
1:01:34 Maurice Chevalier – Je N’ Ose Pas
1:04:10 Bert Williams – Unexpectedly
1:05:41 William Cahill – Dinnie Donohue on Prohibition
1:05:55 Sam Moore and Horace Davis – Laughing Rag
1:08:26 Empire Vaudeville Co. – Down At Finnegan’s
1:08:36 Ethel Waters’ Jazz Masters – Bugle Blues (introducing Old Miss Blues)
1:11:11 Original Dixieland Jazz Band – St Louis Blues
1:14:23 Lanin’s Southern Serenaders – Shake It & Break It
1:17:19 Fletcher Henderson – Unknown Blues
1:18:46 Paul Whiteman – Humming
1:21:11 Green Brothers – Moonbeams
1:23:51 Newport Society Orchestra – Yoo Hoo
1:25:43 Benson Orchestra Of Chicago – Ain’t We Got Fun
1:28:49 Brown and Terry Jazzola Boys – Saxophone Blues
1:30:45 James P Johnson – Keep Off The Grass
1:33:02 Sissle’s Sizzling Syncopators – Low Down Blues
1:35:34 Justine Roberts – The Shop Girl (Excerpt 3)
1:35:44 Mamie Smith – Lovin’ Sam From Alabam’
1:38:19 Harry E. Humphrey – Santa Claus hides in your phonograph (Excerpt 3)

Centuries of Sound on Cambridge 105 Radio – Episode 19 (1911)

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Time: 8pm GMT, Saturday 1st February 2020

Place: Cambridge 105 Radio

Time travel through audio history with James Errington, this time joined by Cambridge 105’s own Kasia Wozniak to listen to the sounds of 1911, featuring Eastern European émigrés Al Jolson, Irving Berlin and Sophie Tucker; the future president of Poland playing some Chopin; scat singing 15 years before it was supposedly invented; a story about three trees and a bunny rabbit and another story where a baby is mistaken for a piano, and hilarity ensues.

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Centuries of Sound and Vision

A new decade, a new project for Centuries of Sound. From now on I’ll be sporadically uploading video versions of the mixes. Eventually these will be a knitting together of contemporary films with the audio from the mixes. For the first ten or so, it’s a bit difficult to achieve this, as you will see – so I won’t make a fuss about these until I make one I actually think really works, maybe around the late 1890s.

Here is the first one, an illustration of the first mix.

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Blood on her hands… …I’m not that nice… …there’s one viewer you care about… …it’s not that serious… …what’s your deal, man?… …I use my white woman’s voice… …you can’t dance around it… …no sweat, no tears… …enemy of the people… …don’t think we can be friends… …shut the hell up… …let me cloak my wrist… …but it’s good to know… …is there a single soul out there listening?… …people have all sorts of ideas… …you have the cheek to call us savages… …barbies on the kid and they flex with the gang… …I guess we proved you wrong… …I never voted for you… …never or now… …claire said you were brutal… …we have lots of history… …never again… …I’m doing it because I feel sorry for you… …one-sided news stories plaguing our country… …it’s just unbelievable… …cut off some friends, where they go… …this system is insane… …I don’t have any feelings… …I’m a flawed human being… …spread my wings in these noxious skies… …you have created this monster… …I don’t think you’re thinking anything… …laurel… …I guess neither one of us… …this a celly, that’s a tool… …a life without despair is a life without hope… …I felt like I didn’t know her… …does the president believe he is above the law?… …the company I keep is not corporate enough… …ain’t no surprises in the repertoire… …the memory of making love… …fuck trump… …it seemed so odd though, how they so cocky… …why are you scared of me?… …history will judge us… …this meeting of two dictators… …it’s not your property… …what you reap is what you sow… …it’s like this mad riddle… …you don’t need to be scared… …do not mention that you think that you are jesus christ… …let it be the day the pain stop… …this is a good conversation… …I know no one will save me… …I’ll try not to sound too awful, but… …I don’t care what I’ve been told… …I don’t see any reason why it would be… …fuck it, I did my time… …the self-inflicted wounds of your own imagined democratic choices… …eager and unashamed… …I just wanna fly… …truth isn’t truth… …to the bottom of a made up ocean… …only a fool folds a winning hand… …blind are the brokers and the unskilled workers… …that is all, that is all, there is nothing else… …his weight was heavy… …I wanna smell you, even from far away… …double agents atcha door… …a hit dog will holler… …I’m a breath of drop and the sea nears me… …it’s dull as hell… …when two worlds collide, two things happen… …no one is leaving, now this is your home… …only thing on my mind was death… …the internet looked at him and said yes… …it’s called transparency… …if you miss it, that’s that… …I know it’s hard to be an optimist when you trust least the ones who claim to have the answers.

Tracklist – Just the music

0:00:20 Geoff Barrow & Ben Salisbury – Excerpt from “Annihilation” OST
0:00:51 Mount Eerie – Distortion
0:01:07 MGMT – When You Die
0:02:02 Ravyn Lenae – Sticky
0:03:58 Grace Vonderkuhn – Worry
0:05:54 Anna von Hausswolff – The Truth, the Glow, the Fall
0:07:27 Tune-Yards – Colonizer
0:09:07 Spice – Tik Tak
0:10:41 Hoodboi – Glide feat. Tkay Maidza
0:13:13 Nilufer Yanya – Thanks 4 Nothing
0:15:29 Leif – Number 13
0:17:14 JPEGMAFIA – 1539 N. Calvert
0:18:47 Kero Kero Bonito – Only Acting
0:22:50 E Ruscha V – Who Are You
0:24:03 ionnalee – Blazing
0:24:52 Simmy ft. Sun-EL Musician – Ubala
0:26:51 Peach – Silky
0:29:40 700 Bliss – Cosmic Slop
0:31:05 Stormzy – Brit Awards Performance
0:31:34 Loski – Cool Kid
0:33:41 Andrew W.K. – Music Is Worth Living For
0:36:20 Jon Hopkins – Emerald Rush
0:40:05 Natalie Prass – Short Court Style
0:42:16 Doja Cat – Go To Town
0:44:46 Novelist – Stop Killing the Mandem
0:45:50 Peggy Gou – It Makes You Forget (Itgehane)
0:47:21 Bicep – Opal (Four Tet Remix)
0:49:31 Grouper – Parking Lot
0:52:00 Sarah Davachi – Hours in the Evening
0:53:08 Hammock – Build a Castle (Reinterpretation)
0:55:32 Cavern Of Anti-Matter – Solarised Sound
0:58:01 Tyler, The Creator – OKRA
0:59:42 Jimothy Lacoste – Subway System
1:02:08 Gila – 106 Slipper
1:03:09 Jean Grae & Quelle Chris – Peacock
1:04:33 Henry Kaiser – Spoonful
1:04:50 Sons of Kemet – My Queen Is Ada Eastman
1:08:23 Cazzu – Chapiadora
1:10:31 Kali Uchis – In My Dreams
1:12:00 Autechre – All End
1:14:40 KAREN MEAT – Overdwelled
1:17:13 Donato Dozzy – Cleo
1:19:16 Róisín Murphy – All My Dreams
1:21:17 DJ Koze – Pick Up
1:22:45 Valee – Womp Womp (feat. Jeremih)
1:24:16 Childish Gambino – This Is America (Video Version)
1:26:35 Joy O, Ben Vince – Transition 2
1:28:04 Simian Mobile Disco – Defender (feat. The Deep Throat Choir)
1:29:33 Laura Jean – Girls On The TV
1:33:56 MEUTE – You & Me (Flume Remix)
1:37:33 Pusha T – If You Know You Know
1:39:22 Daphne & Celeste – BB
1:43:14 Melody’s Echo Chamber – Quand Les Larmes D’un Ange Font Danser La Neige
1:46:30 Lizzo – Boys
1:48:31 YOTA ft. MF DOOM – Drop the Bomb
1:50:05 Colin Stetson – Steve
1:51:34 Low – Fly
1:55:54 Hilary Woods – Sever
1:57:42 BLACKPINK – DDU-DU DDU-DU
1:59:30 DeJ Loaf feat. Leon Bridges – Liberated
2:01:56 Sophie – Immaterial
2:03:31 Koelsch & Tiga – HAL
2:06:19 Ella Mai – Boo’d Up
2:08:43 Emily Harrison – I’d like to thank the Academy (Tips on getting Prozac from your GP)
2:09:12 Mr Twin Sister – Jaipur
2:12:13 Denzel Curry – Black Balloons
2:14:31 Charli XCX – Focus
2:17:00 Mitski – Nobody
2:19:23 Moses Sumney – Rank & File
2:20:55 Yves Tumor – Noid
2:23:00 Daniel Avery – Quick Eternity (Four Tet Remix)
2:24:11 Daveed Diggs – Blindspotting – End Rap Scene
2:26:11 CHVRCHES – Out of My Head (feat. Wednesday Campanella)
2:28:55 Christine and the Queens – 5 Dollars
2:30:47 Kink – Perth (Dusky Remix)
2:31:35 Mac Miller – What’s the Use (feat. Thundercat)
2:35:00 Diana Gordon – Wolverine
2:36:16 Oh Sees – Sentient Oona
2:40:25 mewithoutYou – Julia (or, ‘Holy to the LORD’ on the Bells of Horses)
2:42:29 Louis Cole – When You’re Ugly
2:44:21 Paul Woolford feat. Kim English – Hang Up Your Hang Ups (The Only One) (CamelPhat Remix)
2:45:35 Szun Waves – Temple
2:47:30 Thom Yorke – Unmade
2:50:00 Tim Hecker – This Life
2:50:59 Suede – Roadkill
2:52:45 Illingsworth – Greens
2:53:50 Miljon – What Does It Take
2:55:50 Julia Holter – I Shall Love 2
3:00:02 Shackleton – Wakefulness & Obsession
3:02:01 Bruce – What
3:03:35 Low – Tempest
3:05:46 AdriAnne Lenker – Symbol
3:07:54 Sigrid – Sucker Punch
3:10:23 Lafawndah – Joseph
3:11:22 Marie Davidson – Work It
3:13:52 Lando Chill – Peso (feat. Quelle Chris & REY)
3:15:26 Toro y Moi – Freelance
3:17:16 Sam Wilkes – Tonight feat. Sam Gendel, Louis Cole & Brian Green
3:20:47 Daughters – Long Road No Turns
3:23:31 Neneh Cherry – Natural Skin Deep
3:25:07 Lone – Pulsar
3:26:20 Makaya McCraven – Mantra
3:27:47 Kelly Moran – Radian
3:29:07 Octo Octa – Beam Me Up (To The Goddess Mix)
3:30:57 The Good, The Bad & The Queen – Merrie Land
3:34:08 Zuli – Nari (feat. Abyusif, Mado $am, Abanob, R-Rhyme)
3:35:20 Earl Sweatshirt – Nowhere2go
3:36:37 Jonathan Personne – Comme Personne
3:38:18 The 1975 – Love It If We Made It
3:41:53 Holly Herndon & Jlin (feat. Spawn) – Godmother
3:43:10 Beta Librae – Problem Solving Program
3:45:10 Lubomyr Melnyk – Barcarolle
3:47:50 Andrew Bird – Bloodless

Tracklist – Everything

0:00:16 “Annihilation” Ending Scene
0:00:20 New Year Times Square
0:00:37 Interview with Peter Kirkham
0:00:51 Mount Eerie – Distortion
0:01:07 MGMT – When You Die
0:01:47 Jake Tapper – cuts off Trump adviser
0:02:02 Ravyn Lenae – Sticky
0:03:46 Oprah Winfrey – Golden Globes speech
0:03:58 Grace Vonderkuhn – Worry
0:05:36 The Commuter – “Fuck You” Scene
0:05:54 Anna von Hausswolff – The Truth, the Glow, the Fall
0:07:22 Teacher gets arrested at Vermilion Parish School
0:07:27 Tune-Yards – Colonizer
0:08:59 Harvey Weinstein attacked at Scottsdale Restaurant
0:09:07 Spice – Tik Tak
0:10:23 TV Host on “Shithole Countries”
0:10:41 Hoodboi – Glide feat. Tkay Maidza
0:12:57 Jeff Flake – Trump battered and abused the truth
0:13:13 Nilufer Yanya – Thanks 4 Nothing
0:15:17 Piers Morgan clashes with Ash Sarkar
0:15:29 Leif – Number 13
0:16:53 Ex-GOP chair – shut the hell up
0:17:14 JPEGMAFIA – 1539 N. Calvert
0:18:43 John Humphrys
0:18:47 Kero Kero Bonito – Only Acting
0:22:03 Scene from “Loveless”
0:22:50 E Ruscha V – Who Are You
0:23:54 The Onion – Reviews Fifty Shades Freed
0:24:03 ionnalee – Blazing
0:24:41 Black Panther – End Credits Scenes
0:24:52 Simmy ft. Sun-EL Musician – Ubala
0:26:45 Emma Gonzalez – A student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
0:26:51 Peach – Silky
0:29:15 Andrew Neil on Jeremy Corbyn Accusations
0:29:40 700 Bliss – Cosmic Slop
0:31:05 Stormzy – Brit Awards Performance
0:31:34 Loski – Cool Kid
0:33:26 Andrew W.K. – In Your Darkest Moments
0:33:41 Andrew W.K. – Music Is Worth Living For
0:36:02 OC college condemns faculty member
0:36:20 Jon Hopkins – Emerald Rush
0:39:48 Scene from “Claire’s Camera”
0:40:05 Natalie Prass – Short Court Style
0:41:52 The Onion – Parody ad from “A Very Fatal Murder”
0:42:16 Doja Cat – Go To Town
0:44:43 You Were Never Really Here – Clip – Senator
0:44:46 Novelist – Stop Killing the Mandem
0:45:45 “Annihilation” Ending Scene
0:45:50 Peggy Gou – It Makes You Forget (Itgehane)
0:47:13 The square – Tourette syndrome scene
0:47:21 Bicep – Opal (Four Tet Remix)
0:49:03 Cambridge Analytica secret recording
0:49:31 Grouper – Parking Lot
0:51:00 Emma Gonzalez – March for Our Lives speech
0:52:00 Sarah Davachi – Hours in the Evening
0:53:08 Hammock – Build a Castle (Reinterpretation)
0:54:58 Isle Of Dogs – Fetch It scene
0:55:32 Cavern Of Anti-Matter – Solarised Sound
0:56:31 Sinclairs script for stations
0:57:40 RWW News – We Have Been Dominated By Homosexuals
0:58:01 Tyler, The Creator – OKRA
0:59:35 Happy As Lazzaro
0:59:42 Jimothy Lacoste – Subway System
1:01:49 Clip from “Thoroughbreds”
1:02:08 Gila – 106 Slipper
1:02:50 James Comey Interview
1:03:09 Jean Grae & Quelle Chris – Peacock
1:04:33 Henry Kaiser – Spoonful
1:04:50 Sons of Kemet – My Queen Is Ada Eastman
1:08:10 Scene from “The Rider”
1:08:23 Cazzu – Chapiadora
1:09:54 Michelle Wolf – White House Correspondents Dinner
1:10:31 Kali Uchis – In My Dreams
1:11:19 Crap students in Cambridge
1:12:00 Autechre – All End
1:13:42 TMZ staffer vs Kanye West
1:14:40 KAREN MEAT – Overdwelled
1:17:03 Clip from “Dead Souls”
1:17:13 Donato Dozzy – Cleo
1:19:07 Yanny v Laurel
1:19:16 Róisín Murphy – All My Dreams
1:21:17 DJ Koze – Pick Up
1:22:45 Valee – Womp Womp (feat. Jeremih)
1:24:16 Childish Gambino – This Is America (Video Version)
1:26:09 First Reformed Clip 1
1:26:35 Joy O, Ben Vince – Transition 2
1:27:41 First Reformed Clip 2
1:28:04 Simian Mobile Disco – Defender (feat. The Deep Throat Choir)
1:29:33 Laura Jean – Girls On The TV
1:33:45 Clip from “Burning”
1:33:56 MEUTE – You & Me (Flume Remix)
1:37:01 Peter Alexander refuses to give in to Sarah Sanders
1:37:33 Pusha T – If You Know You Know
1:39:06 Clip from “McQueen”
1:39:22 Daphne & Celeste – BB
1:43:03 Clip from “Shoplifters”
1:43:14 Melody’s Echo Chamber – Quand Les Larmes D’un Ange Font Danser La Neige
1:46:30 Lizzo – Boys
1:48:26 Robert De Niro says F – — Trump at Tony Awards
1:48:31 YOTA ft. MF DOOM – Drop the Bomb
1:50:01 Clip from “Hereditary”
1:50:05 Colin Stetson – Steve
1:51:23 Audio Of Screaming Children Shows Effect Of Donald Trump Policy
1:51:34 Low – Fly
1:55:33 Geraldo Rivera and Hannity – Erupt Over Border Policy
1:55:54 Hilary Woods – Sever
1:57:25 Fox News Host Calls Trump-Kim Summit a Meeting of Two Dictators
1:57:42 BLACKPINK – DDU-DU DDU-DU
1:59:20 Alison calls the cops
1:59:30 DeJ Loaf feat. Leon Bridges – Liberated
2:01:21 Danny Dyer on Brexit
2:01:56 Sophie – Immaterial
2:03:19 Interview with former ICEgov spokesperson James Schwab interrupted by a surprise visit from government agents
2:03:31 Koelsch & Tiga – HAL
2:06:06 Clip from “Leave No Trace”
2:06:19 Ella Mai – Boo’d Up
2:08:43 Emily Harrison – I’d like to thank the Academy (Tips on getting Prozac from your GP)
2:09:12 Mr Twin Sister – Jaipur
2:11:54 Clip from “Sorry To Bother You”
2:12:13 Denzel Curry – Black Balloons
2:14:24 Eighth Grade – Truth or Dare Scene
2:14:31 Charli XCX – Focus
2:16:45 Eighth Grade – Conversation Scene
2:17:00 Mitski – Nobody
2:19:11 C-SPAN thanks Russia for interfering in our elections
2:19:23 Moses Sumney – Rank & File
2:20:42 Trump Putin Press Conference clip 1
2:20:55 Yves Tumor – Noid
2:22:42 Trump Putin Press Conference clip 2
2:23:00 Daniel Avery – Quick Eternity (Four Tet Remix)
2:24:11 Daveed Diggs – Blindspotting – End Rap Scene
2:26:11 CHVRCHES – Out of My Head (feat. Wednesday Campanella)
2:28:20 Stewart Lee on Social Media (Content Provider)
2:28:55 Christine and the Queens – 5 Dollars
2:30:42 Reckless London driver threatens to run over cyclists
2:30:47 Kink – Perth (Dusky Remix)
2:31:35 Mac Miller – What’s the Use (feat. Thundercat)
2:34:39 Clip from “Madeline’s Madeline”
2:35:00 Diana Gordon – Wolverine
2:36:14 Clip from “Minding the Gap”
2:36:16 Oh Sees – Sentient Oona
2:40:06 Rudy Giuliani Declares Truth Isn’t Truth
2:40:25 mewithoutYou – Julia (or, ‘Holy to the LORD’ on the Bells of Horses)
2:42:00 Clip from BlacKkKlansman
2:42:29 Louis Cole – When You’re Ugly
2:44:16 Clip from “Support The Girls”
2:44:21 Paul Woolford feat. Kim English – Hang Up Your Hang Ups (The Only One) (CamelPhat Remix)
2:45:21 Brexit Central editor Jonathan Isaby being dismantled by a former trade negotiator
2:45:35 Szun Waves – Temple
2:47:04 Crazy Rich Asians – Mahjong With Auntie Eleanor
2:47:30 Thom Yorke – Unmade
2:49:29 Chinese vlogger records her own arrest
2:50:00 Tim Hecker – This Life
2:50:48 Trouble in Beijing
2:50:59 Suede – Roadkill
2:52:30 Ash is Purest White betting scene
2:52:45 Illingsworth – Greens
2:53:35 Scene from Green Book
2:53:50 Miljon – What Does It Take
2:55:50 Julia Holter – I Shall Love 2
2:59:45 Hurricane approaching
3:00:02 Shackleton – Wakefulness & Obsession
3:01:53 Clip from “Mandy”
3:02:01 Bruce – What
3:03:27 Highlights from Senate hearings with Kavanaugh and Ford
3:03:35 Low – Tempest
3:05:46 AdriAnne Lenker – Symbol
3:07:44 Scene from “Monrovia Indiana”
3:07:54 Sigrid – Sucker Punch
3:10:13 Clip from “First Man”
3:10:23 Lafawndah – Joseph
3:11:14 Jennifer Holdsworth
3:11:22 Marie Davidson – Work It
3:13:37 Clip from “Can You Ever Forgive Me”
3:13:52 Lando Chill – Peso (feat. Quelle Chris & REY)
3:15:19 Clip from “mid90s”
3:15:26 Toro y Moi – Freelance
3:17:10 Ryanair Racist
3:17:16 Sam Wilkes – Tonight feat. Sam Gendel, Louis Cole & Brian Green
3:20:20 A hit dog will holler
3:20:47 Daughters – Long Road No Turns
3:22:53 Riot Scene from “Roma”
3:23:31 Neneh Cherry – Natural Skin Deep
3:24:53 Clip from “Museo”
3:25:07 Lone – Pulsar
3:26:08 Jordan Peterson on his all-beef diet
3:26:20 Makaya McCraven – Mantra
3:27:37 Ballad of Buster Scruggs – Intro to Surly Joe song
3:27:47 Kelly Moran – Radian
3:28:25 Clip from “Bros: After The Screaming Stops”
3:29:07 Octo Octa – Beam Me Up (To The Goddess Mix)
3:30:19 Leave Voter Breaks Into Tears As He Apologises For Backing Brexit
3:30:57 The Good, The Bad & The Queen – Merrie Land
3:33:55 JRM You Haven’t Got A Clue
3:34:08 Zuli – Nari (feat. Abyusif, Mado $am, Abanob, R-Rhyme)
3:35:06 Widows Movie Clip – I Know Why
3:35:20 Earl Sweatshirt – Nowhere2go
3:36:20 Hunting scene from The Favourite
3:36:37 Jonathan Personne – Comme Personne
3:38:04 Clip from “The Wild Pear Tree”
3:38:18 The 1975 – Love It If We Made It
3:41:08 The 1975 – The Man Who Married A Robot
3:41:53 Holly Herndon & Jlin (feat. Spawn) – Godmother
3:42:27 Trump threatens shutdown in heated meeting with top Democrats
3:43:10 Beta Librae – Problem Solving Program
3:44:58 Clip from “Free Solo”
3:45:10 Lubomyr Melnyk – Barcarolle
3:47:47 Clip from “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”
3:47:50 Andrew Bird – Bloodless
3:50:52 Deedee Megadoodoo – Local News Fails Again

Centuries of Sound on Cambridge 105 Radio – Episode 18 (1910)

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Time: 8pm GMT, Saturday 4th January 2020

Place: Cambridge 105fm

Back for the new decade, that decade being the 1910s, audio historian James Errington returns for a deep dive into the sounds of 110 years ago. This time we’re joined by Cambridge 105’s own George Kirkman to listen to some ragtime frolics, eccentricities, proto-barbershop, proto-gospel and some meandering comic monologues.

Listen to the show on 105fm in Cambridge, on DAB digital nationwide, on the Cambridge 105 website here, or on any good radio apps, or, as you have already missed it, just listen via this mixcloud player.

1920 in Art

Albert Gleizes - Woman With Black Glove

Albert Gleizes – Woman With Black Glove

George Washington Lambert – A sergeant of the Light Horse

George Washington Lambert – A sergeant of the Light Horse

Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin – 1918 in Petrograd (Petrograd Madonna)

Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin – 1918 in Petrograd (Petrograd Madonna)

Mario Sironi – Truck

Mario Sironi – Truck

Charles Sheeler – Church Street El

Charles Sheeler – Church Street El

Charles Demuth - Machinery

Charles Demuth – Machinery

Max Ernst - The Hat Makes the Man

Max Ernst – The Hat Makes the Man

Joan Miró - Horse, Pipe and Red Flower.jpg

Joan Miró – Horse, Pipe and Red Flower

Paul Klee - Camel (in rhythmic landscape with trees)

Paul Klee – Camel (in rhythmic landscape with trees)

Stanley Spencer - The Last Supper

Stanley Spencer – The Last Supper

Thomas Hart Benton – People of Chilmark

Thomas Hart Benton – People of Chilmark

Georg Scholz – Industrial Farmers

Georg Scholz – Industrial Farmers

George Grosz - Daum marries her pedantic automaton George

George Grosz – Daum marries her pedantic automaton GeorgeOtto Dix - The Card Players

Otto Dix – The Card Players

Hans Baluschek – City of Workers

Hans Baluschek – City of Workers

Winifred Knights – The Deluge

Winifred Knights – The Deluge

Stanton MacDonald-Wright – Airplane Synchromy in Yellow-Orange

Stanton MacDonald-Wright – Airplane Synchromy in Yellow-Orange

Boris Kustodiev - Trinity Day

Boris Kustodiev – Trinity Day

Cecilia Beaux – Portrait of Georges Clemenceau

Cecilia Beaux – Portrait of Georges Clemenceau

Giorgio de Chirico - Self-portrait

Giorgio de Chirico – Self-portrait