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Dai Coelacanth – Drunk Skulls in Slime/Strange Strange Love

Tiny sleepy creature under my shoe stick to it and travel with me while I walk to the ruin of the cathedral. Tiny slimy sleepy creature eat a hole eat part of my sock it is your blanket. Gangreen at home an old radio transmits world war news the surgeon refuses to die. The magazine is soaked An ink tattoo on the wet t-shirt Carry the headlines on your ribs endless. Collage – voices – announcements – damaged tape – street poetry – England – Dai Coelacanth This is what…

MITT PATÉ #15 – Hand in Hand with Time

At minute 9 I thought the show was coming to its end. At minute 14 I expected the last tunes any moment. Agnès had been a flaneur, walking the streets without hardly touching the pavement, and she had been an underwater swimmer watching with growing wonder and excitement how the sunlight tried to break through the surface. But after minute 14 I lost it. The show explodes and you don’t know where to look. Sizzles and sparkles, miniatures and possessed dolls, old postcards and fading ink, it comes, it goes…

Anne-F Jacques – sounds for the post-peak oil – episode 7

A new program from our Canadian friend Anne-F Jacques. And as always it offers a playful collage of sounds that can serve as a sound track to the micro-cosmos of every-one’s life. Although a tortoise man doesn’t appear on everybody’s doorstep. In Anne’s words: “Walking behind Nicolas Dion as a tortoise-man, carrying a stack of cardboard speakers on his back; an excerpt of “la défense”, a tape anonymously dropped at my door; and some mystery recordings found in a beginning of a spring cleaning.” Please check the Schedule for broadcast…