Last week we heard the sad news of Trish Keenan's untimely death, which comes as a huge blow to British experimental music. She was the lead singer in Broadcast, a band I've been a fan of ever since someone at my school, having heard I was getting into unusual pop, lent me the excellent Tender Buttons. I don't need to argue that without Keenan and her band the music and art of hauntology so many of us appreciate today would not just be much the poorer, but probably wouldn't exist. The band was more than part of a movement, however - it was a movement of its own that elegantly took in the past, the present and a future, both cultural and personal. Tributes have been written by Joe Muggs (which includes a mixtape by Keenan), Richard King and Pete Paphides.