Korg shared this short video, featuring Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll sharing his thoughts on the ‘quite psychedelic and rave-y’ ARP 2600 FS.… Read More Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll On The Korg ARP 2600
The latest episode of Fact Magazine’s Against The Clock series features Paul Hartnoll of Orbital.… Read More Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll vs British Politicians – Against The Clock
Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll gives a tour of his studio, taking time to share his thoughts on his synthesizers and other gear and to demonstrate how he uses them. … Read More Studio Tour With Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll
Roland has shared a series of artist interview videos, featuring artists associated with the iconic TB-303 bassline synthesizer and TR-909 drum machine.… Read More Roland Boutique Interviews With Paul Hartnoll, A Guy Called Gerald & DJ Pierre
Clarke and Hartnoll have composed and recorded 8 tracks in the style of ‘Home House’, a new genre they describe as ‘music you can dance to in the privacy of your own living room’.… Read More Vince Clarke & Paul Hartnoll’s ‘2Square’ Album – Orbital Rave Meets Erasure Pop
This video, by Ken Eakins, captures an interview with Paul Hartnoll of Orbital in his studio.
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This official Novation video features Orbital’s Paul Hartnoll, in his studio, sharing his thoughts on their new Bass Station II.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gd-QkRA8Ik Phil and Paul Hartnoll are reuniting as Orbital, after four years of relative obscurity, to headline UK’s Big Chill Festival in England, next August. “It’s not an exercise in nostalgia, the time just seems right. Everything just seemed to fall into place,” says Phil Hartnoll. “We’ve got 15 years of active service, making song.… Read More Orbital Back Together
A hidden hoard of recordings made by Delia Derbyshire, the electronic music pioneer behind the Doctor Who theme, has been found – including a dance track that some think is 20 years ahead of its time. David Butler, of Manchester University’s School of Arts, Histories and Cultures has revealed for the first time the existence… Read More The Lost Recordings Of Delia Derbyshire