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

Today, Sunday 8. March at 8pm Berlin Time – Live Radio Show

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

The Tape Review Show – Snare Rush zine, Dregs of Zen, Hannya White, Grey Frequency

Stories told by Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek about potatoes or/and Boris Johnson, a description of a visit to a pub in a tiny village in Cornwall on a stormy evening, what to do at Kottbusser Tor in Berlin, an extended synopsis of a movie about Adrian's coming of age, with lots of details, … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Snare Rush zine, Dregs of Zen, Hannya White, Grey Frequency

The Tape Review Show – Guide to Bizarre Behaviour, Shits of the 2060s, Shaun Robert, Alexander Luchkin

Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek host The Tape Review Show. The stories guide us into the world of culture and politics and way beyond. Art lovers might be interested in an indepth analysis of the works of Hieronymous Bosch. Berlin residents might be interested in a report on how to collect a postal package … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Guide to Bizarre Behaviour, Shits of the 2060s, Shaun Robert, Alexander Luchkin

The Tape Review Show: Alexander Luchkin, Mark Vernon, Earl Long

Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek play and sing like Bob Dylan and Joan Baez and only thirty seconds later they give a live rendering of Alvin Lucier's I'm sitting in a room. There is talk about truth and non-truth and why everything that ever happened never ever happened at all.   Tapes and vinyl … Continue reading The Tape Review Show: Alexander Luchkin, Mark Vernon, Earl Long

The Tape Review Show – Michal Libera interview and works by Malachi Doyle, J.G. Sparkes and Anne F. Jacques/Eduardo Astodillo

A special The Tape Review Show introduced by a blitz visit of Michal Libera who talks about cold bars in Krakòw, Polish soups and Kieslowski. The tapes and non-tapes were sent by Malachi Doyle from somewhere in Australia, J.G. Sparkes from Stockholm and Anne-F Jacques from Montreal. There are too many storylines to follow them … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Michal Libera interview and works by Malachi Doyle, J.G. Sparkes and Anne F. Jacques/Eduardo Astodillo

Today, 7. March – Live Show

This evening at 19.00 Berlin time we will go live on air. For the first half hour we ( Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek) will be joined by Michal Libera. Michal might talk about his Neapolitan experiences with ghosts, skulls, neighbours, bars and songs, but he might also talk about future works on sounds, … Continue reading Today, 7. March – Live Show