Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek got to together on one of the last virus-free days of the century. They discussed the C-crisis, and came up with suggestions for the post-C-era. They also discussed yoghurt and the taste of it. The reviews brought them to different places such as submarine cottages, Marguerite Duras and wrought … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Chandor Gloomy, Snare Rush zine, Hibylo, Yoshiwaku, Shangorilla Records
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 … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Nazlo Records + Spina!Rec
Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek host a live show with our guest Christian Schiefner. Christian will present his label Falt Records. He will play a couple of short live sets. Your Radio On hosts will try to discover how many stories are hidden in a single cassette. Tune in at 9pm Berlintime.
19th century seance - the dead - moving tapes - everything is frozen - concrete dinosaurs - feeling your inner skeleton - death is alive - talking about Tiepolo - mummies in Thailand - Japanese invasion in the studio - The Andy Birtwistle moment - Heiligensee in Stasiland - where is North - don't drink … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Katuktu Collective, Magnetic State, Powdered Hearts Records, Weird Ear Records,
I have moved back to Berlin in the month of February 2018. The audio reports that I started in Poland will continue, albeit in a different form. I will still use my Sony walkman, walk and talk, observe, think aloud and allow snippets of every day life to land on the surface of the magnetic … Continue reading Rinus Van Alebeek – Letter from Berlin
In front of the mirror, a man opens his mouth. It goes a long way, his look, because his mouth is wide open. It is bigger than his face. It is bigger than his face and he thinks of Fantastic Voyage an American science-fiction movie. The film is about a submarine crew who shrink to … Continue reading Cassette Review: Giorgio Dursi – Poetry reading with sound footnotes
Quote 1 The preeminent cassette label of the heyday of cassette culture was Sound Of Pig run by Al Margolis in New York. His label distributed hundreds of tapes in many styles with an emphasis on experimental and unusual sounds. Quote 2 With over 200 titles offered through the Sound of Pig Cassette Mail Order … Continue reading Don Campau – No Pigeonholes, Special on Sound of Pig label part 2