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Rinus Van Alebeek – Letter from Berlin

I moved back to Berlin in the month of February 2018. The audio reports that I started in Poland will continue, albeit in a different form. I will still use my Sony Walkman, walk and talk, observe, think aloud and allow snippets of every day life to land on the surface of the magnetic tape. In the fifth letter from Berlin I visited Miss Read in Haus Kulturen der Welt. Before I arrived I made a beuatiful bicycle ride that took me right to the heart of Berlin. Short interviews…

The Tape Review Show – Subsidence, Cantaudio, NNA Tapes, Shangoril La Records

  Introduction, how to pick a tape blindfolded – Introduction, Prinzessengarten flea market story: the children cassette player/recorder – Introduction, the children cassette player description and demonstration – selling white cabbage from a truck in Rumania – licking the toy cassette player – Adrian does Mark E Smith – Mr. Pharmacist – 1.May experiences and talks and deep insight information from the hot spot Berlin – pagan festivities and sex – the pope having sex with the altar boys – three girlfriends born on 1.May – this is still the…

The Tape Review Show – Cosmovision Registros Andinos, Do You Dream of Noise, Akashic Records,

Climate, calendars and reborn plants – a children’s story and scary cats – May sales in the UK – toothless empire, second-hand country – Martin Scorsese and alley cats – count one hundred Dalmatians to put the kid asleep – a rat is killed by a tramp – sci-fi prophecy predicting worker rats the size of humans – birth control for rats – consciousness is everything – Stephen Hawking’s last words – rats in drones delivering amazon books – floating cities – leave earth – DDR bedroom – Adrian reads…

MA/68 by Alan Dunn and Students

Alan Dunn, our man in the UK, does a lot of sound works with students of various academies or universities, often young men and women who have no experience in sound art. The present collage is close to a re-enactment of the Paris student revolt of May 1968. Enthusiasm, agitation, poetry, street riots, political statements, manifesto’s, but also eery imaginary scenes from dark sci-fi movies are part of the composition. Does this give the listener something to think about? Is there something to think about at all in these times?…

Brainhall art production presents Microtopies 2017, 59 miniatures de música i geografia

Andreas Glauser has looked around and found something to bring home. From Zürich to Barcelona, crying out to the rest of the world and back again to Zürich, on his virtual trip he harvested miniatures in sound. Pop tunes, film music, avant-garde discussions, anarchist coves, prophecies, desperado’s and poets, you will hear them all. Andreas’ words: Gràcia Territori Sonor is a non profit-making association, responsible for the organization of several activities about the experimental music based in Barcelona, among them, the international meeting LEM. We present the Microtopies 2017 released…

Zine-ism, Interview with Nina Prader and John Z Komurki

  Nina Prader runs Lady Liberty Press. John Z Komurki, among other things, has written a book, called Stationery Fever. Both, now residents of Berlin, care for printed matter and a lot of things that come with it. You think it is boring to talk about pencils? Wait until you hear John bring in stories about John Steinbeck, Napoleon and Freud. And after the pencils are sharpened, the conversation takes us to the zine. Who, why, why not, where, what and what else. Digital versus analogue. The tactile and the…

Junie Crawford: Garden 95 – New Devotional (Episode 7)

    Junie is our youngest Radio On host. His ears and intuition are close to music, and immersed in life. At such a young age the space of the land is infinite and time is endless. The music that helps to define his life now is the dark room of his future, where he will develop some of his memories. Junie says: This is an attempt to document a very American sound, and a very American feeling. The first and only show where it’s (mostly) other people’s music. Cooking…

Dai Coelacanth – Drunk Skulls in Slime/Strange Strange Love

Tiny sleepy creature under my shoe stick to it and travel with me while I walk to the ruin of the cathedral. Tiny slimy sleepy creature eat a hole eat part of my sock it is your blanket. Gangreen at home an old radio transmits world war news the surgeon refuses to die. The magazine is soaked An ink tattoo on the wet t-shirt Carry the headlines on your ribs endless. Collage – voices – announcements – damaged tape – street poetry – England – Dai Coelacanth This is what…

Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté (Lecture on Musical Sound)

Imagine a place where you can see seven fast food shops in one second. Can’t be too hard. Imagine the people in the pedestrian’s zone that go with it. Also this can’t be too difficult. Imagine the shop windows of the shoe stores. Focus. it is not hard. Imagine the mannequins in the shop windows, their blank faces. Good, we’re getting somewhere. Now imagine you start walking, and that you are with someone. You discuss a very profound problem. You wish you could speak French, and that this, what you…