Adrian Shephard visits places in Berlin, or gets there by accident and takes out his recording machine to capture one minute in the life of the German metropole. Small incidents that together make up the soundtrack for every day life. The series started just before the C-crisis disrupted social and city life. For every new … Continue reading Adrian Shephard – Berlin Miniatures
Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek return for a new edition of The Tape Review Show. Maybe there is a special guest in the studio. For sure there will be a couple of new tapes that will be played and discussed. No idea if we can avoid the C-word. Tune in here or choose your … Continue reading Today, Sunday 8. March at 8pm Berlin Time – Live Radio Show
Here's a new feature on our radio, an introduction to small artist-run labels. Angelo Bignami has the première. His words and tracklist. nausea. is a no-profit micro-label releasing tape music, concrete musique and experimental. Every contribution is an expression of a nausea de vivre. nausea. also organized events and concert in north emilia romagna region … Continue reading Angelo Bignamini introduces Nausea.
Did you ever wonder what it would be like if you could hear all the songs and sounds that people listen to thorugh their headphones...in a tram, a train, on the bus, walking in a park, fading in and out of sonic fields, from one cacaphonic empire to another..well, here's your chance. Nick Hoffman - … Continue reading Mitt Paté by Agnès Pe – AN ORCHESTRA COMBINES A HUNDRED OF INSTRUMENTS INTO A SONIC TOTALITY
I had been falling down the same set of stairs for at least two weeks I was covered in dirt and slightly drunk. Her husband hired some thugs to do me over. They gave me a good beating and stuck a needle in me. Time drug. I couldn’t tell you the exact name but that’s … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth -Birthday Insult
Shephard & van Alebeek, Radio On's founding fathers, sat outside on a terrace of a Turkish café, just opposite Görlitzer Bahnhof in Berlin, took a coffee, and talked. Money, virusses, Berlin's infrastructure, Junkies, street life, job life, UK expat troubles, Christmas in Berlin, Führer's bunker, Life during Boris, personal memories of the first years in … Continue reading Radio On Coffee – Conversations
The alphabet of electronic music and everything that comes to mind while listening to this show: electronic music pioneers, Düsseldorf waves, Cosmic signals and the Berliner Brum. If LP's could talk, you would hear a lot of silence...finally. Oh, and stop slamming those doors, please, that's not the way to communicate with aliens. Darrell Draeger's … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Berliner Brum
Do you need compost. Suzi could not answer truthfully. In the next scene Mr Lee plants a devil bat in your brain. I keep a screwdriver in the porch. Tony stands up stumbles falls over gasping and clawing at the floor. Mole Thirteen fades out. I like your armour plating but your eyes are dead. … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – Radiators of the Grub Pocket