Category Archives: Lord Litter

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Cottage Cheese

Guitars and rhythm, an old boy’s network, a visit to another planet, Elvis and Vampira. Berlin is boiling. Berlin is bleeding. Time for some cottage cheese and a visit to a lake. Transistor radio is blaring. Currywurst fumes and topless girls. Beer bellies and wet dogs running around. Those were the days: 1. Histatic Charge – Why Do I Always Hafta Do The Dishes? 2. Endzeitgeneration – First Earth, Then Space 3. Don Campau & Robin O’Brien – Magical Mile new very personal DC interview 4. Viktimized Karcass – Loaded…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – The Grand Bazaar

A show by Lord Litter that is like an exotic bazaar where you can walk around for hours. Martin Böttcher and his grand film music, or Hal McGee and his whole new definition of folk art inspired by the use of a handheld dictaphone are few of the wonderful images that shine from between the goods. Enter and simply let go. Here’s some useful link: The Tracklist 1. UNIT – Mental Oriental – 2 CD Data Collection – 33rd album extensive interview with Andy Martin (UNIT) 2. Bret Hart –…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Semiotics

This is fun. Lord Litter applies the early ideology of the internet and creates a hypertext. The playlist below is a disguise for a magazine, such one as only the internet can produce, with sounds, images and words. Hypertext? Umberto Eco! “So how do I make sense of the mess? I try to learn some basic labels. But there are problems here too: if I click on a URL that ends with .indiana.edu I think, Ah – this must have something to do with the University of Indiana. Like hell…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Old Friends

Some old friends of LL.  They continue to make music. What else to do. They started when they were young. And here is a mirror look to all of you who are still young. You might catch a glimpse of your future. And here’s a mirror look for all of you who once were young. You might catch a glimp of your past. Those who don’t care so much for time-travelling and catching glimpses, here’s yet another LL show for Radio On, from his encyclopedia of songs and sounds: it’s…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Samantha

The history books will look different soon. Everyone can write one, a personal one. Never have the lifes and times of grandparents been so close to our present day experiences. The show Lord Litter offers is a trip to the past that still seems to be part of our present. But you can see and hear that it has started to fade away. Playlist 1. Blake Jones and the Trike Shop – Goldfinger 2. Blake Jones and the Trike Shop – That Abandoned Theatre 1/2 CD – Make 3. Sleep…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Patterns

Look here, a show that speaks for itself. It starts with songs by a band that was sensational in the early years of youth culture. Nowadays you can wonder how the songs would come out of the vaporwave machine. Strange enough, or maybe not strange at all, LL has found a way to level the classics to all the other home-produced sounds he has brought to us all over the years. But have a look at the playlist. This is radio. What else. Classic Cassette Compilation 1. 48 Cameras –…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – I hear a new world

A new world? Probably we need to wait another one hundred years to see that one in action, and maybe mankind needs a strong telescope by then. As for now we go with the world we have. Is it a nice one, a great one, a small one, a grim one, a happy one? You need to choose your own definition. But whatever way you define your world, I hope it is also a world full of friends. Here’s a couple of Lord Litter‘s friends. 1. Joe Meek – Glob…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show (Many Words)

A surreal story, a protest song – screaming, singing and dancing in the street, the Youth International Party…the Yippies! Wake Up America, Music is Revolution, Youth International Party manifesto!– ridicule religion, get high on oil, therapeutic theatre, anti-religion, and finally a guitar song that sounds like the old straight forward rock’n’roll heroin heroes that died of overdose….LL goes back in time, is that possible? Everything exists today. But … yesterday’s anger is today’s bliss. So, here’s Ken Montgomery again, together with Crystal Penelosa to visit LL and have a talk…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Manifesto

No description of the content of this show, the playlist speaks for itself, but the publication of Lord Litter’s ‘Definition of what I try with my radiowork.’ “I use the expression *counterculture*. The expression *Underground* was corrupted for the first time when labels like CBS released LP compilations in the late 1960s with the *original* underground. The result was that challenging Hard_Rock_Jazz bands like Chicago ended up producing schmaltzy radio stuff. *Indie* is a definition of bands/sounds that I basically avoid – I don’t think that I have *indie* bands…