Bombart: Graham Fagen Special

Graham Fagen (Artist), Peter Harris (Producer), Ghetto Priest (Artist), Adrian Sherwood (Artist), Lee "Scratch" Perry (Artist), Fritz Catlin (Artist), Sharon Hughes (Artist)

Research output: Non-textual formPerformance


Bombart: Graham Fagen Special is an hour-long radio broadcast including new remixed versions of my past audio works exploring war, Scotland and the Transatlantic slave trade, colonialism, and identity; and a newly commissioned work by the National Portrait Gallery of Scotland that will be revealed in April 2023. Bombart Radio is produced by artist Peter Harris and the Graham Fagen Special features musicians and vocalists Ghetto Priest, Lee ”Scratch” Perry, Fritz Catlin and Saron Hughes.

Works included:
1.Robert Burns’ Auld Lang Syne, Red, Red Rose and I Murder Hate, from a recording for the exhibition Somebodyelse, Changing Room Gallery, Stirling 2007.
2.Robert Burns’ The Slave’s Lament from my work of the same name commissioned for Scotland + Venice 2015.
3.War, a speech given by Halie Selassie to the League of Nations in 1936 coupled with I Murder Hate by Robert Burns from my work of the same name commissioned for the Empire Café, Glasgow in 2014.
4.What’s My Name, commissioned for Ping Pong Club, a solo exhibition at Queens Park Railway Club, Glasgow International 2021
5.The Garden, commissioned for the exhibition Radio Relay by 14-18NOW with the Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast 2016.

Duration 1hour.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBombart Radio
Media of outputAudio recording
Publication statusPublished - 30 Sept 2022


  • dubwise
  • experimental
  • art


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