Radio On Maggie by Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek

Radio On Maggie was first broadcasted shortly after Margareth Thatcher passed away, and that's how she became a feature in our program alongside with Genesis P-Orridge, who, if born ten years later might have opted for the artist name Genesis M-Ãœsli. Both have had their influence on trash culture and the ethos of DIY. With … Continue reading Radio On Maggie by Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek

No Pigeonholes by Don Campau – Songs from the Archives

In the continuing story about the cassette culture Don Campau takes us to his garage. Here over five thousand cassettes are stored. Most of them arrived by post. Don decided to make a kind of archeologic expedition and virtually travel through various layers of time and music.             If Don … Continue reading No Pigeonholes by Don Campau – Songs from the Archives

Don Campau – No Pigeonholes episode 7 – focus on Dub.

Don Campau's new show, the 7th episode is dedicated to Dub music. All tracks are from CD's or cassettes send in to Don by outsider artists. All musics are strictly home-produced. The playlist! Jesters Longevity/ Faultline, Frog City/ Fluency/---CD Jesters Longevity/ Dancehall Monitor/ Analog Dub Report/---CD Eric Hausmann/ Dub Squad, Dub Clash/ Slow Ambient Dub/ … Continue reading Don Campau – No Pigeonholes episode 7 – focus on Dub.

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, … Continue reading 3. February – A Propos de Minos by William Nurdin