New Programs

Thursday 29. September, Live from our Studio in Berlin, interview with Cedrik Fermont

On Thursday 29. September from 21:00 onwards, Adrian Shephard and yours sincerely, Rinus Van Alebeek will host Cedrik Fermont in a live transmission from the Radio On studio in Berlin. Cedrik Fermont is one of the two authors of Not Your World Music, a book, so says the blurb “about art, politics, identity, gender and global capitalism.” And more specificly you will find that the topics range “from academic electronic music to do-it-yourself noise in South East Asia.” The authors write about “contemporary and past noise, electroacoustic, industrial, experimental music…

Friday 30.September – Live from our studio in Berlin, interview with Sudden Infant

On the second day of their SUDDEN INFANT – EURO 2016 tour  Joke Lanz, Christian Weber and Alexandre Babel, the three members of the band will visit the studio of Radio On and, as Joke predicts will be “talking about the upcoming European tour, their gig at Urban Spree and the secrets of being underground in an overground world. They might bring their driver too and a singing dog!” Adrian Shephard and yours sincerely, Rinus Van Alebeek will be hosting the show. You can connect or follow directly, throw in your questions…

Don Campau – A rare 7′ vinyl special

Don Campau normally presents songs from tapes that were send to him over the last thirty years. His ongoing shows here on Radio On have become a sonic encyclopedia of the individuals, that in the 1980s and 1990s have used the audio cassette as a medium for exchanging their musical experiments. The cassette culture was a very individual, a-commercial movement that mainly existed as a postal phenomena. Since Don is a radio dj for a very long time now, bands and artists also sent him their vinyls. While re-organising his…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – The Generations Unlimited Story, Epilogue

The introductory story to the first part of LL’s trilogy on Generations Unlimited can be read here. The introduction to the second part is found here, and here’s part 3. In th epilogue LL makes use of radio interviews to compile a portrait of Conrad Schnitzler, his contribution to the manufacture of German kraut, the genesis of Generations Unlimited and his life in West Berlin, a city that doesn’t exist nomore. All this moulded in a piece of radio art that glows and mesemerises like a wood fire. Word to Lord Litter:…

The Wirebender presents Wide Awake

Simon Wade aka The Wirebender joined Radio On a couple of years ago. In his first programs he showcased works from On U Sound sources, the label of Adrian Sherwood. After a short while he discovered the joys of radiomaking even more, up to a point that he’s almost a station of his own. Readings, sound exhibitions, activities within a community, reports and interviews are now part of Simon’s offerings. Wide Awake is a great example of the variety he brings. In Wide Awake you will hear Rupert Smith reading…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – The Generations Unlimited Story -part3 David Prescott Interview

The introductory story to the first part of LL’s trilogy on Generations Unlimited can be read here. The introduction to the second part is found here. In the third part LL talks with David Prescott, who was Generations Unlimited Co Founder. In the last part of the trilogy,  The World of David Prescott, David talks about then AND now … The very then for Davis Prescott started when his parents made him listen to the Moonlight Serenade. What follows in the radio program is of such great mastery, that it becomes hard to…

Mitt paté #12 by Agnès Pe

Can you remember all the books you ever read and condense the experience to one single moment, or the movies you saw, the people you met, the dishes you ate, the loves you had? Is it possible to remember – simultaneously- all the musics you ever heard? And what will happen if you do? Will it bring back smiles, smells and memories of the youthful days, that have just dispappeared around the corner? Is Mitt paté such an attempt to bring together all memories and store them for a near…

Jade on Jade, episode 1 by Adrian Shephard

Recorded on the Wiener Strasse in Berlin, Adrian Shephard presents a new program -Jade on Jade- in which we will hear his friend Jade open her mind and intellect on important topics that move all of us. The background noises from the Berlin street in Kreuzberg add an exorcist value to the listening experience. Word to Adrian: “Candid, caustic and charismatic, Jade Blue’s world, interviewed by me (Adrian Shephard) in Berlin as Autumn begins and the temperature rockets above Summer. Jade is an English language teacher and teacher trainer in…

Sounds for the post-peak Oil, #11 by Anne-F Jacques

This new episode of Sounds for the post-peak Oil by our Montréal based friend Anne-F Jacques is another work of Radio Art that balances on notions of mail art, domestic silence and fragments from an Audio Diary. The result is intimate as a morning smelling of coffee and the arrival of autumn and as intriguing as the first steps into a new town. You can become a part of Anne-F’s work of sounds by simply sending her Audio by snail mail. You might get a cassette in return, as Anne…