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The Wirebender presents Junior Dan – Interview and new album

The new The Wirebender show with an interview and tracks is an excursion into the warm world of Junior Dan, best explained in Simon Wade’s words: part 1 “Wise up rise up from your slumber, it is time to make a stand, Wise up rise up from your slumber, are we building bridges to nowhere? This world is in confusion too many living with delusions, not knowing which way to turn. We make such rash decision are we building bridges to nowhere? Is this all a big mistake? No money…

Junie Crawford – Transmission 5, Nancy

Another intimist portrait of life in the early stages of the 21st century somewhere in the northern parts of the Americas by our collaborator Junie Crawford. The episode links the oral tradition of the firm twentieth century with the emotional prospects to which the new century opens. Ideas are still amorphous and plans are in an intuitive phase. The future is as wide as the landscape, and meanwhile the guitar does its thinking.   In the words of Junie Crawford: “Nancy Sue Goldberg (neé Pair) was a nurse from Alabama….

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Dans La Rue

People working in the street, a new gaspipe, a van parked, doors open, loud techno for everyone. What a relieve to put on my headphones and listen to the new Lord Litter show. Songs in every gradation, introverted, nostalgic, fun, loud, weird and a nice interview over a cup of tea to round it off. You don’t find people working in your street everyday of course, but if you’d like to take a holiday from your daily environment then this show is the place to go.   1. The NoMen…

Isn’t everything poetry? Readings with Ken Shakin, Robert Stastny, Ida Loggert and many anonymous others

The Curious Fox Book shop on the Flughafenstrasse in Berlin presents regular poetry evenings. Before the break invited poets read their poems, after the break poets in the audience, mostly announced by their first name step up, and cheered by the audience, read their short serious, intimate or hilarious poetry. I don’t know how the evenings would evolve if Guinness were consumed by the gallons. You can hear from the reactions that everyone has a very good time, and that the readings, organised by David Gordon, are a welcome contribution…

Polish Journal volume 8 by Rinus Van Alebeek

The Polish Journals are a series of reports and observations recorded on tape with the use of a handheld sony walkman. The recordings are made on location. Sounds of the environment leak through. Volume 8 was recorded in the months October and November of the year 2017. The first part describes a visit to Amsterdam (Waterlooplein, statue of Spinoza), Rotterdam (observation and thoughts about Rem Koolhaas’ De Rotterdam) back to Amsterdam, to the Johan Cruijff Arena to see a match of Ajax. The second part describes a walk in the…

Tape Review Show – Do You Dream of Noise, Artetetra, Falt, Tutore Burlato

After a lot of problems to get the show on the tracks, Shephard and Van Alebeek set out to play tapes that arrived in the post and confess how the sounds saved their souls. You can find more information about the tapes by following the links. Sophorus windscale #1 burned toast vinyl windscale pile #1 windturbines do you dream of noise…zoo porn vs zoo marine, looking at fish during the mating season, music for zoos after closing hours – masturbating panda’s , music from Sweden, sauna music, Ingmar Bergman and…

Adrian Shephard: The Scratched Vinyl Show – The Xmas Edition

In the opening scene a twentieth century orphan sleeps under a christmas tree. The sun peeks in through a hole in the curtains. It is nine o’clock in the morning on a sunny day in February. The christmas tree is still alive. … believing in the bearded guy … don’t question the present … inherited Maltese memories smell of whiskey and bread … the early morning bars in Plymouth … the pet store massacre … wounded by watership down … In the key scene a little girl enters the house….

Mitt Paté #22 by Agnès Pe – War on Christmas

This is cruel, dear listener. It is as cruel as eating murdered animals or celebrating the birth of a kid who escaped from genocide. It is as cruel as christmas decoration and as cruel as being crucified by ISIS. This is an example of bad taste. It tastes as bad as spending millions with your blessed credit card. It tastes as bad as all the shows you see on TV or the songs you are forced to listen to in the shopping streets of your town. This is sickening. It…

Tape Review Show – The Start Here collection by Andy Birtwistle, part 2

Welcome to the Republic of Radio On In a little submarine . genderneutral mermaids vs black mermaids . mermaids and seahorses in Cornwall . mermaid anthropology and wet areas in Cornish churches . The Royal family and the mafia and the inbred zombies . . We are not funny because we watched Andy Kaufman who was not funny . and there goes jean brobrobillard . What’s Holland like?   . The psychedelic experience of changing costumes in fast moving realities .   . Lecture on a dying fish in a…