Programs

June Crawford – Garden.95 (January 2019)

A new sound report from Montrèal and beyond, in which the vocoder becomes the poet’s best friend. American folk music has reached its point of no return. The 22th century awaits somewhere at the horizon. New friends get introduced. Borders disappear. June says Tooth got took out; Can’t feel my face. Drove 16 hours in a day. Called for the daily prayer at that payphone off 87, but the lady vanished – now it’s just an automated voicemachine. Does God hear pre-recorded prayers? Does God use the internet? Anyway —…

Radio On Guillotine

A show from the Radio On archives when Shephard and Van Alebeek transmitted from an ex-lightbulb factory in the former East Berlin. The format still included playing music. In this show you will hear music made by friends. Shephard and Van Alebeek talk about their favourite subject; living in the future and how to get there. Celebrities and their IQ and the guillotine as a business model are among the other topics. Shephard also cites from ‘The Book of 1101 questions” and discusses the answers. There is also a strange…

Radio On Stockhausen

Here’s a show from our archive, when Radio On was a two men venture based in an ex-DDR lightbulb factory. This show was first transmitted into inner and outer space via a secret connection to a server in the heart of Amsterdam. Radio On was a pirate station. Also in those days we hardly had any listeners. If you belong to the rest of mankind you can safely stay there. You can also listen to this show. Stockhausen, Sirius, Ufo’s, space, catholics, maharishi’s, the early days of the internet, masturbation…

June Crawford – Garden.95 (A Little Light Goes On)

June Crawford says: Aluminum / Alabaster; Staircase made of plywood, thought I saw you on the street. I had a copy of Corinthians in the car with me. I called out across the lake but it didn’t make it, hit the end and came back to me alone. You looked like you were laughing. The civic rattled on the highway all the way home, wasn’t made for this winter and it’s showing. Crack in the windshield’s growing all the time. Emptied the bank for rent today, I don’t know how…

Don Campau – The Echolocation of Eternity

Don Campau, look him up here.  Tune in to his radio show if you happen to be on a road trip in California. Stay with us for his more archive oriented shows. For this show Don has dug up mainly seven inches: singles. Energetic, joyful, liberating, incredible. The rich history of the current underground culture, unnoticed by the main media, unnoticed by the main record companies, unnoticed by all those bright people who dump their beautiful blue consumer pearls into your life. Who cares? The plastic future is here. Now…

Dai Coelacanth – Don’t lick the coins they will weigh you down

Dai Coelacanth arrived at Radio On in the year 2018. What is it? A prophet, a poet, a consumer gone mad? Is this the voice of Brexit? Is this a man who walked out of a Shakespearian play centuries ago and who still hasn’t found a stage that fits his words?Maybe his own words can illuminate you:“Last recording of 2018 and I say goodbye to my Cassette-corder TCM-150. The speaker was already broken. The microphone was bashed in. The motor was wheezing. And now there is nothing. It’s dead. I…

The Tape Review Show – Knife in the Toaster, Falt, Plaza Zachodnia

A special show, this one. Adrian welcomes visitors from the Moors, a sinister place somewhere in England, where hounds howl and people disappear in the fog to never come back again. A land of opened graves and haunted houses, a place to grow up and have a happy childhood. Those stories make up one part of the show. But there is also Bus 100 in Berlin, the Brandenburger Tor rebuilt by an army of legoman. We mention the war, Germania, have etymological discussions and play and discuss some tapes that…

Agnes Pé – Mitt Paté, Now It’s Christmas Time (This Year Again)

An amazing mild mix of sounds and christmas songs in this, yes it’s that time of year again episode of Mitt Paté. Agnès got rid of all the ear wurms. It is safe to listen. You will not come out damaged. The thirty minute mix is also like an open letter. I am afraid that it will never arrive. But you can help. Try to read and understand, and once you understand, you might want to support the idea. Owners and rulers of warehouses, shopping malls, cultural institutions, big office…

The Tape Review Show – Nazlo Records + Spina!Rec

Jealous plants, mammoths, siberian winters, songs, Dr. Zhivago, particles, breathing techniques, Rudolf Hess the Scottish Tribesman in Spandau, Geisha in Poland, mummyfication and tapes. Tapes played were sent by Nazlo Records and one tape released on Spina!rec arrived from Poland together with a T-Shirt. You want to submit your works or tapes/CDs/Vinyls released by you or your label? Learn how to submit. * Please check the Schedule for broadcast hours/days * The most modest fundraising campaign you can imagine