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Alexei Borisov and the New World

Alexei Borisov is a regular guest on our radio. Whenever he is in Berlin we are happy to host him in our studio and listen to his entertaining and informative stories that take us through different layers and levels of his experiences while living in the Soviet Union, present-day Moscow and beyond. Alexei has built an almost encyclopedic knowledge of the current state of the marginalised underground music of any kind and genre. A musician and experimentalist since the long gone 1980s, Alexei has visited the small and big places…

Dai Coelacanth – Mackeral’s cryptic cup lung

Dai’s words: One day I will steal your cup. The Colonel’s thoughts stuck to his balding head. He had to brush them off with a transceiver. I AM NOT ALONE. I AM NOT ALONE. He was alone in aisle 13 his basket full of freshly minted cassettes. Sensors in the wall detected a slight disturbance an aroma that didn’t match his profile. In the Control Booth Nancy gleefully rubbed the spectral analysis and spat on the floor. Mortuary Zero-Zero did her best to keep herself out of the news but…

Anders Östberg – Right On! Raven mad twisted wreck ‘n’ roll

Says Anders: “If you want to get down and get dirty then you’ll absolutely enjoy this slab of awesome tracks from really obscure albums and 45’s from the past. Pure brilliance.” track list Raven Mad Jam – Raven – 1975 Envases De Todo – David Lebon – 1973 Twisted Trip Woman – Sweet Slag – 1971 Beginning – Bubble Puppy – 1969 Someone Think – Mother Tuckers Yellow Duck – 1969 Fire – Flames – 1973 Lies – Top Drawer – 1969 Right On – Stonewall – 1974 Midnight In…

Aubrey! – A conversation with Aubrey Heichemer by Shephard/Van Alebeek

In an other program here on Radio On Adrian Shephard expressed his fascination for the Victorian Age, a time when electricity was believed to be an occult force. But it was also the time people believed in nymphs and other little creatures that could talk to us in our dreams or in the woods. Adrian lives in a different century, but, nonetheless, when in that century somewhere in the far east of Berlin, in a factory hall that was used equally by the nazi regime as the DDR funkadelics, but…

Throbbing Gristle, Live at Sheffield University presented by Brainhall Art Production

In the monthly series produced by Brainhall Art Production, Andreas Glauser brings us TG. The first transmission will be on Thursday 12 March at 20:00-21:00 BerlinTime. In his own words: “Brainhall art production presents Throbbing Gristle: Live at Sheffield University” “We present a concert of the British avantgard and industrial band Throbbing Gristle. The concert was recorded at Sheffield University on 25 April 1979 and appeared 1979 – as cassette box set: ’24 Hours’ on their own label Industrial Records. Free Download the TG ’24 Hours’ Cassette Box http://ubu.com/sound/tg.html brainhall…

The Wirebender presents David Asher and the Sounds of Sherwood

Once upon a time there was punk. Punk was full of anger and young people who couldn’t really play their instruments. All that was not important. Important was the non-importance of their looks. Trash. In a way they copied the trash culture of the tabloids, added a moral and a shocking stance and put this mirror up to the media of those days. But put a mirror in front of a multi-faced monster and it will change its looks until it shines pretty again. Fourty years later the moralistic and…

Interview – Shephard/Van Alebeek talk with Barbara Lazara and Gaia

Shephard and Van Alebeek’s special way to put their guests at ease here demonstrated in an interview/talk with Barbara Lazara and Gaia. Barbara from the hot bloodrush capital of Mexico, on a temporary leave in Berlin; Gaia from somewhere in Italy on a permanent stay in Berlin. One of them works with voice, the other with art spaces. Information dull enough to scare any committed listener. But just have a look at them. You think we shared one dull moment? You want to submit your works or tapes/CDs/Vinyls released by…