Tag Archives: BBC

The Nikolas Schreck Show – #OccupyBBC

Nikolas Schreck and Ania PsH present a revolutionary action. Dressed up like militants they manage to time travel to 1968. They storm the BBC studio, interrupt a program hosted by an outdated BBC presenter (Adrian Shephard) and take over. They start a revolution, drop LSD, and then it goes into orbit, far out. So, Tune in, Turn on, Drop out. And join the trip. The Nikolas Schreck Show is recorded and produced at the Radio On studio by Adrian Shephard. You want to submit your works or tapes/CDs/Vinyls released by…

Mitt Paté #8 by Agnès Pe

It will take at least another fifty years before audio sculptures like Agnès Pe’s Mitt Paté will be recognized as fully independent art forms, and probably receive world wide exposure. Why fifty years? Well, it is because daughters generally love their mothers. Agnès and her generation are in their twenties now. In 2066 people might recognize how in the years 2010-2020 the last millennium kids operated far away from a world defined by opinionaters, commercialists and headlines. Listen to Mitt Paté and you see colors, many colors, as you can…

Adrian Shephard – UNPLANNED #1

A new show by Adrian Shephard is all about a box full of mini-discs that have been waiting for years to get played. The box was hidden somewhere in the Oranien Studio where it slowly got covered by Berlin’s ‘Feinstaub.’ Adrian decided to liberate the sounds. What happens is, that from the actual time defined by his presence in the studio, we, the listener, are suddenly transported into another time, very much like being beamed from the Enterprise. We get to eavesdrop on conversations in Prague and St.Petersburg; we hear…

The Untitled Show by Lepke B.

Lepke B mixes, samples, excavates, deconstroys, prepares and stuffs birds, bees, Beatles, Eagles, John Barry, Die Computer Die and Sir Paul Mccartney in this show. And not only. Not afraid of popular music and the CD as a format he extracts the epic ingredient as easily as the bombastic, the ironic and yes, the experimental element out of the 70 year history of music for young people. If there will be a need for ‘the periodic table of pop tunes’ some day, the scholars will ask Lepke B. for advice….

Alan Dunn – Before the sounds of ideas forming, Volume 3

O Yes, we are glad to have Alan Dunn amongst our midst. His experimental sound works can be listened to again and again. Kaleidoscopic, nostalgic, reaching out for the epic, they capture attention and memory at the same time, and thus lure the listener into the strange world of soundmemes that surround us. Listen to Before The sounds of ideas forming and you hear a perfect sense of timing, a feeling for diversions, and the presence of Mr.Dunn bringing together what at first hearsight doesn’t belong together. I can imagine how…

Antonio Mainenti – Soup and Tape

The new program by Antonio Mainenti is inspired by the acquisition of an awkward object, a miny reel to reel recorder, made by a company in Japan that called the little recorder ‘Miny.’ Cute! As it happens when you find something that contains recordings, you want to find out. But first you want to find out if the thing works. Antonio bought batteries. Miny responded. In this programm you’ll hear the result and some soup. Word to Antonio Mainenti “Soup and Tape Part one. Miny, old japanese tape recorder found…