Anders Ostberg presents Improvisation, Festival of Humanity and Hypnogogic Sound

Anders presents magic tracks from 1980’s cassette albums you probably never heard before. The sounds from these tapes are meant to bring you auditive hallucinations or to replace the sound of the ocean to calm your nerves. Best is to find out for yourself because there is more to sound than is dreamt of in … Continue reading Anders Ostberg presents Improvisation, Festival of Humanity and Hypnogogic Sound

Anders Östberg – Down to my very last tear : : Part 2: The sun went away

Every seven months Anders Östberg sends in a one hour mix of songs and sounds taken from his vast collection of singles and lp's. He started in April 2014. Each show has a different theme. This time he decided to compile a follow up to his garageband obscurities. Each heart can be broken an infinite … Continue reading Anders Östberg – Down to my very last tear : : Part 2: The sun went away

Anders Östberg – Music from the bad part of town. Crazy vibrations, trashcans and whips. Music from my collection.

Anders treats the Radio On listener with a choice of his collection of rare vinyl, and does so every seven months. We had Jesus and Flowers before, now it is time for something really bad. These words by Anders Östberg say it all: The pop music between Elvis and Beatles is considered a bad period. … Continue reading Anders Östberg – Music from the bad part of town. Crazy vibrations, trashcans and whips. Music from my collection.

Anders Östberg – Golden hued antique musical lithographs. A whimsical journey to Toytown. Music from my collection.

Anders Östberg is with Radio On since April 2014. Every seven months he sends a new show. Each show is built around a theme. The songs you hear are taken from his vast collection of records. Most of the time the shows are related to cultural or fashion movements in the 1960s and 1970s, movements … Continue reading Anders Östberg – Golden hued antique musical lithographs. A whimsical journey to Toytown. Music from my collection.

We Are The Walrus, Songs from my Collection by Anders Östberg

Many things can come to mind while listening to a seemingly endless repeat of the same song, albeit in slightly altered versions. A giant speaker in space could be on a drift, without any chance that the sounds will ever be heard; radical demonstrators could block the streets, a sound system on their truck that … Continue reading We Are The Walrus, Songs from my Collection by Anders Östberg