Rare appearance by The Sound Projector doing a live DJ act, with the help of our good friend Philip Sanderson. It’s going to be at the Purcell Room in the South Bank Centre on 7th November 2008; it’s a free event called The Scope, organised by The Wire magazine, and part of the much larger programme of music and events celebrating the music of the great Karlheinz Stockhausen. We’ve been given a fairly ‘open’ brief to represent the music of Stockhausen and his progeny (or offspring, as some will have it). The billing also describes our meagre contribution as ‘the sounds of Radio Cologne’, a description on which I can offer no further elucidation. Sanderson and myself are planning to take what we hope is a fairly imaginative approach to this commission, but there are some fairly ‘obvious’ records which we can’t help but select. Your attendance would be most welcome, although there are plenty of other entertaining and wonderful things going on at this event – live music on the Purcell Room stage, projections, films, maybe even some performance art – which may command your attention instead. We will carry on playing and mixing records in the foyer regardless. 9.30 pm start, proceedings may continue until quite late the next morning. Bring your own hot water bottle.