The Tape Review Show – staalplaat (Muslimgauze and Alexei Shulgin)

To listen click here Two new releases from the staalplaat label: Alexei Shulgin/ 386 DX - Biggest Smash Hits Muslimgauze - Narcotic (the vinyl version) Founding fathers boarding the ship in Delfzijl, old computers, information on Alexei Shulgin, netartists, old technology, romantic coffee, Momus in second life, a ten thousand year old octopus, who is … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – staalplaat (Muslimgauze and Alexei Shulgin)

The Tape Review Show – Xqui, Crumpsall Riddle, Montague Armstrong

To listen click here Fifteen Minutes into the show and the local falafel shop, the WII history of Berlin, how covid reached earth, handwriting and insect murder stories have been discussed already. And then there are still over seventy-five minutes to go. Meanwhile Adrian managed to open a packet and describe the content. The tape … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Xqui, Crumpsall Riddle, Montague Armstrong

The Tape Review Show – Kuhzunft, Gruenrekorder, Marta Zapparoli, tmrw label

To listen click here Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek talk about several methods and ways to relax, pop-up bicycle lanes, vegan water, the ghosts of Berlin, Stalin organs, ketamine and play and discuss music that was send in or given by friends of Radio On. Kuhzunft - Slotmachine Marta Zapparoli - Anisotropic Forces Check … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Kuhzunft, Gruenrekorder, Marta Zapparoli, tmrw label

Sunday 31. May, 1900 Berlin Time – Interview with Geert-Jan Hobijn

Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek, both CEO of Radio On, receive Geert-Jan Hobijnin the studio. Geert-Jan Hobijn is founder of staalplaat.  He was awarded the prestigious Witteveen+Bos Art+Technology Prize for his site-specific works. He will present the last releases on his label staalplaat and tell us the stories that come with it. Since this … Continue reading Sunday 31. May, 1900 Berlin Time – Interview with Geert-Jan Hobijn

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 Scratched Vinyl Show #12 – ‘I remember his tail and more tales …’

Adrian Shephard, one of the founding fathers of Radio On, lives not far from a flea market. With first sunny days to hit Berlin, the sellers come out again and set up their stalls. This is the sign that springtime has arrived, but it is also the moment that the scratched vinyl show awakes from … Continue reading The Scratched Vinyl Show #12 – ‘I remember his tail and more tales …’

Juan Angel Italiano – Sounds from Uruguay

Juan Angel Italiano lives in Maldonado, Uruguay. Seen from Berlin it is at the other side of the world. The world has many centers. One of those centers could be a simple spool. As Juan Angel puts it: Open reel spools, bought at a street garage sale. Sounds dirty, interspersed. Sermons and locutions of evangelist … Continue reading Juan Angel Italiano – Sounds from Uruguay