Programs

5. February – New! No Pigeonholes Radio On edition by Don Campau

We love and respect our Radio On collaborators, that is for sure. Nonetheless, if we were all in a room, I would have asked you to raise from your seat and give a warm welcome to Don Campau. Don 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,…

4. February – Cozmik Onion Lunch Time Show

It’s Tuesday, and it is time for our resident cook Taishi Nagasaka again. This time he receives a friend from his home country. Will they eat Bratwurst and Sauerkraut, listen to Humpa music? In Taishi’s words: “My friend Hibiki Ichiwkawa (Tsugaru Syamisen) will come. I have organize the concert and will be something special. It will be a mixture of tradition and modern art,music. And in the end of the radio show, I will reveal something.xx ————————Hibiki Ichikawa Hibiki is the only professional player of Tsugaru Shamisen in U.K. Since…

3. February – A Propos de Minos by William Nurdin

A new program by French radio producer/musician William Nurdin offers a re-mix/best of of the shows he has made for various radio stations since 2007. A Propos de Minos is an itinerant Radio Show and could be considered as Nurdin’s personal barometer, a sonic report of his encounters during his travels and tours. The shows, therefore, offer also an insight in the various off-institutional DIY-scenes and the current state of audio/radio experimentations. The first episode of A Propos de Minos brings you ‘dialogues’ with the likes of A.Neizrn, T.Strauss, B.Loigher,…

31. January, Kyiv – Kiev – Interview

We don’t have any intention to join the exclusive four star hotellounge world of journalism, but when we have a friend in a country that is constantly been reported about, we would like to hear how he is, and how the situation in his hometown influences his daily life. “You cannot stay in,” was his first comment. He had been out on the streets for the last weeks. We spoke to Dmytro via skype while it was relatively calm in Kiev. He talks about the political situation, about the spreading…

New! Anne F. Jacques – Sounds for Post Peak Oil, episode 4

Canadian sound explorer Anne F. Jacques has finished her European séjour and is now back in Montréal where the snow sounds crisp and clear. Before she returned to her hometown, she went up to the French-Swiss border to record drifting particles. Sounds for Post Peak Oil -4 is part of an ongoing series of abstract RadioPlays that Anne produces exclusively for Radio On. In her own words “Cows eating grass near the Centre d’Européen de Recherche Nucléaire at the french-swiss border; kicking a rock on a roof; various electrical hums,…

Brave Ear Radio with Mat Pogo and Joke Lanz

Regular listeners to Brave Ear Radio might start to wonder if the shows are not an ongoing attempt to re-create an All-American setting in which the host Jason Honea finds himself with two strangers. “Howdy stranger, what brings you into town?” The Brave Ear Show is a myth akin to The Great American Novel, and yet Jason tries to create it time and time again. On this show the strangers are Joke Lanz, known in another world for his bruitist art and noises as Sudden Infant or as the time-travelling…

Tuesday 28.January – Cozmik Onion Lunch Time Show

Our resident cook Taishi is here again with frozen or de-frozen food. It is snowing in Berlin. In his words: “This week, I invited Martin Kuentz again. Last time, he couldn’t show up at my radio show. So I hope he will show up this time.” In MARTIN KUENTZ words: “Operating with a variety of open source hardware technology, his current works explores the realms of terrestral and cosmic radio, isolation and electromagnetic environmental phenomena through workshops,installations and live actions.” In Radio On’s words live and direct from Taishi’s kitchen…

The Amsterdam Connection – Interview with Peter Zincken

Peter Zincken was for long years the frontman of the FCKN BSTRDS, a band that combined comic strip brutal art, with the brutal art of making noise. His Dr.Bibber alias is one of the most funny and entertaining live acts ever seen. In this interview we talk about growing up in Amsterdam and the very plain and normal life of a noise artist. 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 If you…