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Rinus Van Alebeek – Letter from Linz, Interview with Wolfgang Dorninger on cassette culture node.linz

Wolfgang Dorninger, resident of Linz, teacher, musician, sound designer, veteran of the cassette culture days sets up an exhibition that he never had thought of in his life. I (=Rinus Van Alebeek) spent some days at the exhibition. I give a short description and then talk with Wolfgang. I starts of with a visit of the firemen to his home and ends with words of hope. In between we talk about the past, the experiences, the stories of friendship and touring the USA. We talk about the present, the identity,…

Adrian Shephard – Scratched Vinyl Show (Don’t Bring Harry)

Mankind created cities. Mankind created communication systems, railways, stations. Molecules got together and created life. One thing connected to something else, and it resulted in endless possibilities. The universe expands and so does the dictionary. How does this work in a brain. How does the brain activate thoughts. What connects one image with the other and makes us tell a story. Question1. Is the central station in Berlin, with the tracks, the platforms, the different levels, the automatic stairs, the trains that come in and leave, people coming and going,…

June Crawford – Garden.95 (Teenager 2014)

June Crawford picks up his guitar, a book, and as time disappears, a melancholy mood sneaks in. Something is happening on the front porch…what is it? In his own words “the spirit; new apartment; none pride; a guiding light; spat ‘bacca; all cash; bad fantasy; ugly double; pleased to be; no i; ruth; nancy; katie; kept the kid; boy as the knife; you on fire; killing the light; just cash; nothing lasts. Features a portion of “A Cheater’s Guide to Love” by Junot Diaz.” You want to submit your works…

Gillian McIver – Lecture about Imaginary Movies

Gillian McIver talks at the opening of her exhibition. She writes that the exhibition is about posters which she made by taking some of her favourite “cinematic” paintings and imagining them as movies. She then made the posters for the films, imagining which actors might star in these imaginary films and what the critics might say about them. Her lecture takes the listener on an unfamiliar time travel experience. We know about the future, future worlds, and even visitors from the future. Gillian erases the time gap between the past…

Girls on Tape – Live at Noiseberg, Berlin

Girls on Tape is the collaborative moment between Jeff Surak and Rinus Van Alebeek. Whenever they meet there will be an opportunity to play live. This recording shows them in concert at Noiseberg in Berlin. No amplification, just plain use of various walkmen and their tapes they played an energetic set before a live audience. Adrian Shephard was there to record the show and take some pictures. Ed Pinsent says: “Two craftsmen arranging chaotic elements with care and deliberation, yet managing to do it in a live setting, which requires…

Don Campau – Back to 1996

Don Campau has been with us for a number of years. Each month he presented a show with a choice of his collection of cassettes. Those tapes were brought by the postman. Thousands of tapes were delivered. Read about the network of hometapers in Don’s living archive. Don has been a radio DJ ever since the 1970s. His shows were broadcasted by various radio stations in California. And he still continues to do live radio shows for various stations. The last year Don Campau started to send the tapes from…

The Nikolas Schreck Show – #OccupyBBC

Nikolas Schreck and Ania PsH present a revolutionary action. Dressed up like militants they manage to time travel to 1968. They storm the BBC studio, interrupt a program hosted by an outdated BBC presenter (Adrian Shephard) and take over. They start a revolution, drop LSD, and then it goes into orbit, far out. So, Tune in, Turn on, Drop out. And join the trip. The Nikolas Schreck Show is recorded and produced at the Radio On studio by Adrian Shephard. You want to submit your works or tapes/CDs/Vinyls released by…

Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté (Tarzan and Lucy)

This collagist composition by Agnès has two main characters. You may hear something else. You may also follow the indications and listen behind and between the sounds. You can observe and consequently partake in an alchimist process. Meet Tarzan and Lucy. Tarzan John Clayton is born in the western coastal jungles of equatorial Africa to a marooned couple from England, John and Alice (Rutherford) Clayton, Lord and Lady Greystoke. Adopted as an infant by the she-ape Kala after his parents died (his father is killed by the savage king ape…

Fintan O’Toole – Brexit and the Crisis of Belonging

Fintan O’Toole held a talk at the Palais Kulturbrauerei in Berlin. His lecture was a part of the Berlin Seminar in Transnational European Studies. Adrian Shephard went there and recorded the lecture. Fintan O’Toole works for The Irish Times. He is also a writer. Here you can find an essay about Brexit by O’Toole, published by The New York Review of Books.   You want to submit your works or tapes/CDs/Vinyls released by you or your label? Learn how to submit. * Please check the Schedule for broadcast hours/days If you…