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Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – The Grand Bazaar

A show by Lord Litter that is like an exotic bazaar where you can walk around for hours. Martin Böttcher and his grand film music, or Hal McGee and his whole new definition of folk art inspired by the use of a handheld dictaphone are few of the wonderful images that shine from between the goods. Enter and simply let go. Here’s some useful link: The Tracklist 1. UNIT – Mental Oriental – 2 CD Data Collection – 33rd album extensive interview with Andy Martin (UNIT) 2. Bret Hart –…

The Tape Review Show – Michal Libera interview and works by Malachi Doyle, J.G. Sparkes and Anne F. Jacques/Eduardo Astodillo

A special The Tape Review Show introduced by a blitz visit of Michal Libera who talks about cold bars in Krakòw, Polish soups and Kieslowski. The tapes and non-tapes were sent by Malachi Doyle from somewhere in Australia, J.G. Sparkes from Stockholm and Anne-F Jacques from Montreal. There are too many storylines to follow them all, but somehow Spaceships and Hitler always seem to haunt our studio.

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Old Friends

Some old friends of LL.  They continue to make music. What else to do. They started when they were young. And here is a mirror look to all of you who are still young. You might catch a glimpse of your future. And here’s a mirror look for all of you who once were young. You might catch a glimp of your past. Those who don’t care so much for time-travelling and catching glimpses, here’s yet another LL show for Radio On, from his encyclopedia of songs and sounds: it’s…

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Hazel Hill McCarthy Talk on Bight of the Twin at CTM Festival

On the 1st of February Adrian Shephard walked to Kunsthaus Bethanien in Berlin, Kreuzberg. He was going to attend a talk that was organised by the CTM festival. I cite from the CTM information. “Bight of the Twin,” a film created by Hazel Hill McCarthy III, documents McCarthy and P-Orridge’s trip to Benin to explore the origins of the ancient Vodoun (Voodoo) religion. The journey’s focus changed dramatically when, in the process of their research, P-Orridge was “serendipitously initiated” into an ancient ritual known as the “twin fetish.” This practice,…

Interview with Sudden Infant and their Chauffeur

On the occasion of their European Tour 2016, two members of Sudden Infant, (Joke Lanz and Christian Weber) and their chauffeur and merch man Mario Paserotti came to the Radio On Studio in Berlin. By meeting people, who don’t know anything about the sounds and music, that we present on Radio On, nor have any clue, who these people are that appear as guests on our shows, I have come to understand, that most of our programs are some kind of inside job. You are here, because you know, and not…

Cian Westmoreland’s talk on drone operating systems, responsibility and speaking out

Read here that Cian Westmoreland “was a technician responsible for the communications infrastructure of the drone program. He served with the 606 Air Control Squadron in Germany and the 73rd Expeditionary Air Control Squadron in Kandahar, Afghanistan.” He stepped out and now he speaks up. Radio On broadcasts his talk and the discussions that were held at the AND festival in London. The conference was curated by Disruption Network Lab. You will hear DNL’s director Tatiana Bazzichelli speak with Cian Westmoreland. Project Red Hand. AND.festival Disruption.bots Please check the Schedule for…

The Wirebender presents Mandragora (Live) and friends

The Wirebender offers a program with live and studio recordings from four groups whose music is dub-oriented or related. Click on the links if you would like to find out more about the bands. Mandragora Nine Invisibles ShaMANoiD Celt Islam UVX In addition to the music, we would also like to raise awareness for the fundraising action by Simon Williams, one of the members of Mandragora. On this page you can read the following words “I am running my first marathon in Brighton on my birthday – April 17th. It’s…

Radio On Unknown – Barbara Lazara interviews Adrian Shephard

There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. – Hamlet (1.5.167-8), Hamlet to Horatio Ever since the Shakespeare quote became part of a national heritage, the Brits seem to have spend most of their lives in exploring the unknown side of ‘things.’ In the interview with Adrian Shephard, Adrian at some point expresses a feeling of nostalgia for the Victorian age when even electricity was regarded as something occult. Barbara Lazara appeared as a guest in the Oranien studio a few times….

Radio On Money, an interview with I-Wei Judi Li by Shephard/Van Alebeek

The interview with critical thinker/artist and former banker I-Wei Judy Li was made in the kitchen of the former Staalplaat shop on the Flughafenstrasse in Berlin, Neukölln. There is mention of the upcoming Olympic Games in London which gives the talk a faint historic aura. I-Wei was born in Taiwan and moved to Canada with her younger brother while still in her teens: A father who loves ballroom dancing,  grandmother and an arranged marriage, being a banker in Kenia, belonging to an astronaut family, Obama as grandma, where are the big…