Radio On, out of it – week 251: Sirens all around us

Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek, the concierges of Radio On, have finally achieved what they've always wished for. They have landed in the future. It is a grim future. The corona virus has been around for many years now. Towns depopulate. People die in the streets. Gangs control the neighbourhoods and have monopolised food … Continue reading Radio On, out of it – week 251: Sirens all around us

Radio On (out of it) – Life behind the mask

An intermezzo that starts with some thoughts on cassette cases from recycled plastic and how to submit your tape. The scent of Lilac has changed Berlin. Adventures in a supermarket, danger at the metro station: life behind the mask. Check the schedule for broadcast hours Please get in touch if you like to present your … Continue reading Radio On (out of it) – Life behind the mask

Radio On – The future plan (out of it)

Week 109: The lockdown continues. People think of one thing only: the future. How will life continue once the virus has returned to the asteroids? Shephard and van Alebeek take a stroll, sit down on a park bench, surrounded by blossoming trees. They talk about the future. What changes will it bring? Will the rich … Continue reading Radio On – The future plan (out of it)

Pedroso & Pedrosa Presents: PERDIX

Rafael de Toledo Pedroso interviews Pedro Pedrosa about their joint avant-garde piece "Perdix" - five tracks that deconstruct a Donald Byrd song through the lens of Perdix, a character from Greek Mythology - as it plays in its entirety. Check the schedule for broadcast hours Please get in touch if you like to present your … Continue reading Pedroso & Pedrosa Presents: PERDIX

Radio On Outside – Conversations

In the first months of the year 2020 a virus raged around the world. People died. People were at risk. Governments worked together with experts. Newspapers filled their pages with the subject. People lived in quarantaine. It was forbidden to meet in groups of three and more. Everybody should keep distance. Adrian Shephard and Rinus … Continue reading Radio On Outside – Conversations

The Tape Review Show – Lonktaar recordings, whereiswave?, Muzan Editions

At some point in the show the act of sneezing will be explained in depth, and the conclusion is: You're timeless when you sneeze. Recorded on the first day of springtime 2020 in Berlin Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek talk about the C-situation in Berlin, a free-associative flow of thoughts that includes observations, analyses, … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Lonktaar recordings, whereiswave?, Muzan Editions

The Tape Review Show – Chandor Gloomy, Snare Rush zine, Hibylo, Yoshiwaku, Shangorilla Records

Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek got to together on one of the last virus-free days of the century. They discussed the C-crisis, and came up with suggestions for the post-C-era. They also discussed yoghurt and the taste of it. The reviews brought them to different places such as  submarine cottages, Marguerite Duras and wrought … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Chandor Gloomy, Snare Rush zine, Hibylo, Yoshiwaku, Shangorilla Records

Radio On Coffee – Conversations

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

Jason Honea and his Brave Ear Radio Show-interview with Mexican Radio

When the show starts Jason reads this text and announces some of his questions: "Mexican Radio is a synth punk three-piece with high-energy songs inspired by bands like Cabaret Voltaire, DAF and Stereo Total. They wear brightly-colored uniforms at all times -they really do and we're gonna talk about that- and their live shows come … Continue reading Jason Honea and his Brave Ear Radio Show-interview with Mexican Radio