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Interview with Dmytro in Kiev and Alexei in Moscow, after the Crimea annexation

A week ago we had our last interview with Dmytro. At that point Russia had invaded Crimea. One week later the annexation of Crimea is just a formal matter. An interview with our friends in Moscow and in Kiev. They talked about the civil preparation for war in Kiev; the Russian media; the difficult situation of Crimea; the repercussions for Crimeans now they have to face Russian law; the messianic backgrounds of the Russian Eurasian ideology; the situation in Donetz and Kharkiv; the real influence of the Right Sector; the…

New Program – The Wirebender (from the On U sound archives)

After more then one incidental accidental mistake causing Radio On’s administrator Adrian Shephard’s name getting misspelled and changed into Adrian Sherwood, it just happens upon us that the real Adrian Sherwood joins our radio. Brought to us by Simon Wade, his close collaborator, Radio On opens a new season of programs directly connected to On-U Sound. Do we need to explain On-U Sound or Adrian Sherwood? Nah. That is what search machines are for. Adrian Sherwood: “On U” wasn’t in fact my name it was in fact a name given…

Interview with Dmytro about the killings in Kiev, the ‘fascists’ , Crimea and Putin’s propaganda methods

  The interview with Dmytro is a one hour program. He talks about the traumatic experiences during the killings. “And then the police suddenly retreats, we don’t know why, and people start to follow them, But then they got shot by snipers” “I have never seen such a massacre; the deaths were at the distance of my hand” The Crimea situation. “Some of the houses of the Tatars are marked, just like they did with the Jews. If Crimea becomes Russian, there will be a genocide.” “People don’t seem to…

Anne F. Jacques – Sounds for post peak Oil – episode 5

Canadian artist Anne F. Jacques has returned to Montréal after a residency in Marseille. Her newest observationist radioplay still bears some traces of her stay in the south of France. In her own words and picture “Wood burning stove in a shack, near St-Paulin, Canada; and an improv session with Pôm Bouvier b. last fall in Marseille.” A silent and sweet winter’s tale. Please check the Schedule for broadcast hours/days. Get the Radio On App

Don Campau – No Pigeonholes March 2014 ( 3-14)

Don Campau is one of the very legends of the West Coast independent community radio world. He started his career in 1971 and now after more then forty years he is still at the very edge of contemporary non academic music. Anything odd, wild, experimental, rare, made at home, put on a tape, a record or a cd/r and send through the post to Don’s home in Santa Rosa will find a place in his shows. Here is the playlist of the No Pigeonholes March 2014 edition. artist/title/ album/ label-source…

William Nurdin – Au Pays des Merveilles #3

Meurthe and Moselle are not the two main characters from a picaresque novel. But listening to William Nurdin’s Au Pays des Merveilles makes one wonder what is going on in between and behind all those strange noises and snippets of conversation. Is it spontaneous theatre in the best surreal tradition of France’s counterculture? Is it a conspiracy of bomb fabricating anarchists who want to overthrow the local government? Is it alchemy? Chemistry? Potpourri? Au Pays des Merveilles with G.Henrion, J.Nazar, T.Strauss, M.Citron, N.Bonafe, Em Sel  was recorded at the 54th…

NEW! Michal Libera – The Tape Never Lies

“The Tape Never Lies” is an autonomous act of the institutional opera “Spoken Exhibitions” prepared by Sebastian Cichocki, MichaÅ‚ Libera, JarosÅ‚aw TrybuÅ› and Grzegorz PiÄ…tek. The audio drama in three acts draws its inspiration from non-mainstream projects, familiar only to a handful of specialists, in art, music and architecture – projects never carried out or missing documentation. Spoken Exhibitions are a textual collage divided into roles, composed of both existing and imaginary notes, manifestoes and postulates of artists. “The Tape Never Lies” by MichaÅ‚ Libera is a mockumentary bringing together…

NEW! – Kvitnu Mixtape – The Brightest Side of the Darkest Hour

The Kvitnu mixtape, a collection of works released on the Ukrainian label Kvitnu will be broadcasted first in the deepest of nights in Europe; but at more sunny hours for our friends and listeners at the other side of the ocean or the globe. The mixtape is compiled by label owner Dmytro Fedorenko. The tracklist 1. Sturqen – Xwartz 2. Critikal – Cheerful Nimiety 3. v4w.enko – Many Birds 4. Zavoloka – Dyvo 5. Kotra & Zavoloka – Tossed Torch 6. VNDL – Auvr 7. Plaster – Exoplasm 8. Kotra…

Brave Ear show on Soviet and Russian Underground – Guests Olga Nosova, Constantine Usenko and Alexei Borisov

If you read the following text right to the very end, you get an idea of the periods Alexei Borisov leaped through in this episode of Brave Ear Radio, hosted by Jason Honea. You get a lot of information and stories about the soviet years. Alexei, an experienced radio host himself, sometimes takes over, which is all the more pleasant because he has a very convincing radio presence. Constantine Usenko, a russian from St.Petersburg who grew up in Poland completes some of the stories, because they were topics in his…