New Programs

Don Campau’s No Pigeonholes with a special on L’Edarps A Moth

What sounds like an obscure hometaping artist, who produced tapes in the years 1984-1995 – tapes that were send all over the globe to fellow hometapers, is in the years 2016 a respected book producer who received multiple awards for his book designs. Don made a selection from his songs and sound works. Expect experimentations and melodies, and someone singing in German, and of course a lot of couleur locale from 80s and 90s Germany. Best to be listened to wearing mintgreen sunglasses. In case you wonder about the name,…

brainhall art production presents emerge

In the continuing series of portraits and historic recordings Andreas Glauser presents Emerge. Emerge is an Augsburg based artist who uses elements of noise music, minimalism and recycling technics. When he is not his alias he runs a label, attenuationcircuit. He also organizes evenings of marginalized music in Augsburg: the echokammerkonzerte. The first broadcast of the show is on Thursday 23. June at 20:00BerlinTime

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – The Poem Show

A typical a-typical show by LL, focussed on poetry, a large part of the show is dedicated to the poems and lyrics by Ron Graves. In an interview Ron talks about the impact, the backgrounds and the use of his poems as lyrics to songs. He also gives an insight in the working process. No show would be complete without at least one song by Alvaro. Those among you who have memories of the Sandinista album by the Clash, can trace the atmosphere of that album back to Alvaro’s works,…

Choreographic Radio live from The International Tanz Congress 2016 in Hanover

Choreographic Radio live from The International Tanz Congress 2016 in Hanover Choreographic Radio has been broadcasting regular programs on Radio-On-Berlin challenging the medium as to ‘what is dance on radio ?’ They explore the transmission of ideas and structures in dance and choreography to the medium of radio. Now they have been invited to make a program at the International Tanz Congress in Hanover with a 2 hour studio audience workshop before the 60 minute live program. Seemingly an impossible task! An hour full of experimental exercises, unanswerable questions, enlightening…

The Wirebender presents Chris Salewicz reads from his book Dead Gods: The 27 Club

The Wirebender presents a reading by Chris Salewicz. It was recorded during a book presentation in a book store in London. Dead Gods describes the lifes of pop and rock stars who died at the age of 27. Salewicz’s style is a mix of hard-boiled detective and gonzo-journalism, a very pleasant listen. Simon Wade says “Chris Salewicz has documented popular culture for over three decades, in print and on television and radio and as features writer for the New Musical Express from ’74 to ’81. As a newspaper boy in…

Don Campau presents No Pigeonholes – Trip to the past

A new Show by Don Campau from Santa Rosa in California. You will hear updates on the initiative to set up a museum for cassette culture in Friedrichshafen – Zeppelin City – in the south of Germany. Don has made a selection of the songs that appear on cassettes that will be shipped to Europe. As usual all the songs and sounds you hear, from loud American bar rock to the more unusual experiments, are made at home somewhere in the last part of the twentieth century. Meet those memories…

Brainhall Art Productions presents Markus Kircher

Originally – White teeth smile Austria – Schwarzenegger, not Heidi Artist – Heidegger, not Van Gogh Markus – Square, not book Kircher – Athanasius, not Athaturk Live – Sometimes dead Work – Sometimes done Currently – Salmon or Trout U.S. – People’s Republic Number – Choose Sound – Nose cut off Fragment – Walk on glass New York – They all say Washington – Freemason smokes big cigars Recordings – Deleted Mobile phone – Wheelchair Sketchy – Funny walks Soundcollage – Shut up “Originally from Austria, artist Markus Kircher lives…

Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté number 10

Enter the big house and you know on forehand there is at least three rooms, where you’d like to peek inside. The first room is of a strange luminar quality. Colors seem to have faded; everything is in a glossy black and white, from the times that camera’s were still made by hand. A couple of men, one single woman seem to be frozen, show an eternal smile. There are reel to reel machines and a window that looks over the roofs of a big European city. The second room…