Monday evening 4th of August live Jason Honea, auto-destructionist Radio-Maker, Shitty Listener and creator of blissful chaos will meet Jared Hasselhoff. All the bottles are full and so are the little green bags. The newest episode of Brave Ear Radio has all the premises and promisis and genesis to take the listener into regions no … Continue reading Showdown at Radio On – Jason Honea vs Jared Hasselhoff
Adrian Shephard met the writer Peter Dollins in the garden of the birth house of Charles Dickens. What follows is a long talk about the 19th century writer. We hear about his books, his life, his youth, and also how everyday life in the poverty belt of London provided the stories, scenes that entered into … Continue reading Peter Dollins on Charles Dickens
I am listening now. Taniel arrives in Berlin from the Malta festival in Poznan, Poland. Taniel electrocutes himself. He calls it chemic bending. Rocks have electric proprieties, for instance. He translates this to sound. (four minutes into the interview, now) Taniel changes Coke into water (Coca-Cola), is said in the background. He is interested in … Continue reading Taniel Morales Interview by Adrian Shephard
Jeff Surak lives in Washington DC. He runs the zeromoon label. He is the artistic director of the sonic circuits festival. He is capable of creating the most beautiful sounds you ever heard. He is a fan of Radio On. In his piece he melts rare recordings, tour recordings, spoken word and the anthem of … Continue reading Jeff Surak – Radio On and on and on
William Nurdin's itinerant radio show arrives at various places in France and sometimes out of France. Nurdin teams up with local artists and works on sound. The structure can be cinematographic, theatrical or sculptural. Labyrinthic or clear narrative, there is alway something happening that might obstruct or open gates. The episode #7 of Au Pays … Continue reading William Nurdin – Au Pays des Merveilles #7
Don Campau is one of the very legends of the West Coast independent community radio world. He started his career in 1971 and now after more then forty years he is still at the very edge of contemporary non academic music. Anything odd, wild, experimental, rare, made at home, put on a tape, a record … Continue reading Don Campau – No Pigeonholes March 2014 ( 3-14)
â€œThe Tape Never Liesâ€ is an autonomous act of the institutional opera â€œSpoken Exhibitionsâ€ prepared by Sebastian Cichocki, MichaÅ‚ Libera, JarosÅ‚aw TrybuÅ› and Grzegorz PiÄ…tek. The audio drama in three acts draws its inspiration from non-mainstream projects, familiar only to a handful of specialists, in art, music and architecture â€“ projects never carried out or … Continue reading NEW! Michal Libera – The Tape Never Lies
Radio On has been invited by the Berlin based collective Salon Bruit to contribute on a regular basis to the programs of colaboradio. The first transmission, an interview with Jean Louis Costes, will be in the early morning of Wednesday 29. January 02:00-03:00. Colaboradio can also be listened to via stream.