The audio reports 'letter from Berlin' are directly recorded on tape with a handheld walkman. In this episode: a trainride from Berlin to Amsterdam, sounds from Amsterdam and from Heerlen, domestic and non-domestic sounds from Berlin and a few words by John Cooper Clarke.
On an visit to Berlin with his students, Theo Ploeg came to the Radio On studio to talk about Bauhaus, Berlin, design, vaporwave, accelarationism, possible futures, living in an anti-city and whatever the evening had in store for us. Hosted by Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek You want to submit your works or … Continue reading Interview with Theo Ploeg
In Heerlen is part of a series of reports and observations recorded on tape with the use of a handheld sony walkman. The recordings are made on location. Sounds of the environment leak through. This episode covers the period between December 3, 2017 and January 31, 2017: a train ride from Berlin to the Dutch … Continue reading Rinus Van Alebeek – in Heerlen
Christmas time in my native town, streets are dark and wet. Shopkeepers took over long ago. Real estate developers helped them. Only pedestrians walk their streets. I feel odd on my bicycle. Shops sell things that I don't need. Some shops died and never got replaced. No doomsday feelings are admitted. Megaphones appeared in trees … Continue reading Cassette Review: J.G. Sparkes – The Infinity Suite I-XII
Welcome to the Republic of Radio On In a little submarine . genderneutral mermaids vs black mermaids . mermaids and seahorses in Cornwall . mermaid anthropology and wet areas in Cornish churches . The Royal family and the mafia and the inbred zombies . . We are not funny because we watched Andy Kaufman who … Continue reading Tape Review Show – The Start Here collection by Andy Birtwistle, part 2
The Polish Journals are a series of reports and observations recorded on tape with the use of a handheld sony walkman. The recordings are made on location. Sounds of the environment leak through. The 5th volume reports of visits to Vienna, Berlin and Heerlen, while Poland is featured with sounds and descriptions of (parts of) … Continue reading Polish Journal volume 5 by Rinus Van Alebeek