Mark Stewart has contributed to Alan Dunn's MA/68, a sound collage premiered last month at Liverpool's Time Tunnel Festival.

'In Paris in May 1968 Vangelis left his studio to gather streets sounds while at the end of the month The Beatles began work on their landmark assemblage Revolution 9. Fifty years on, MA/68 revisits these with a sound collage for Tannoys featuring street recordings and slogans from Je suis Charlie, Welcome to the Dark Ages, Mark Stewart of The Pop Group, Aston Academy, The Band of Holy Joy, Louis Malle's Milou en Mai, Marijampole Capital of Culture event, International Women's Day and art students from Leeds Beckett University, University of Central Lancashire, Wirral Metropolitan College and Liverpool John Moores University.'

Read Mark's texts for the project as well as info on the other contributions here

Listen back to the whole one hour audio courtesy of Radio On Berlin