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Don Campau, No Pigeonholes, Special on the Works of Charles Rice Goff III

A look at the album and track titles could be indicative enough, to give you an idea about the nature of the sounds and experimentations, that you will hear in this show. Don Campau knows a lot more. Says he, “I have known Charles for a very long time and have been amazed by his relentless and tireless pursuit of never ending, unusual creations. From his whimsical pop and covers side to his collaborations with many others in many ways, from his live performance work to his assiduously assembled audio…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #17 – the good air of winter, almost gone.

Winter has gone, some of its last breaths of fresh air blow around street corners and buildings. LL greets the coming of springtime with waves of folkland music from various places of the world, and gives some gastronomic advices along the way. Listen to an hour of real organic home-grown music. Says LL …..ART and WIT and HUMOUR… ..back and forth in time.. …….and good FOOD! 1. Horst Jankowski – Donkey Serenade – LP – Traumklang und Rhytmus mit Horst Jankowski – 2. Ken Montgomery / Conrad Schnitzler – second…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #16 – Magazine

in which you hear… “… the testament of a Folk hero .. a singer for lesbian rights .. .. what happened in the Asylum … … James Last .. AND … Hal McGee..” LL introduces, explains and plays songs by singers loved by the margins, well, except for James Last. After James’s funeral rare gems appeared. LL plays one of them, a surprisingly bondesque tune, that’ll bring good mood to any kitchen. And there’s a stunning Ziggy Stardust interpretation that will make you fly. The show elegantly sways between folk…

Calais -a volunteer in the jungle, part 1 by Imogen Pettitt

First Transmission on Saturday 20. February at 18:00Berlin Time (5pm in Uk – 7pm in Syria – 9.30pm in Afghanistan) Imogen Pettitt went from Wales to Calais with a van full of bicycles. She reported her trip but also her impressions from the Calais Jungle,a steadily growing community of 6000 refugees. It is good she is not a professional journalist and talked with people without caring too much for the background noises. As a result it is not only her words, but also the sounds from the Calais Jungle that become…

Radio On DNA by Rinus Van Alebeek

This thirty minutes show is built around a talk I (=Rinus Van Alebeek) had with Ben Roberts in Madrid. Instead of editing our conversation down to the format of an informative radio program about found sound, I decided to cut it up and mistreat it. I added snippets of music from my collection. Only one piece is played in its full length: maremotoreta by Magmadam, a duo from Madrid. All other sounds I found drifting around in the universe of the world wide web, a place, we should know by…

The Wirebender presents Ghetto Priest special by David Asher

    “The Wirebender presents part one of a three part special. David Asher from Detroit has compiled the first artist feature of the year: Ghetto Priest. David will showcase Ghetto Priest’s work with On-U Sound Records, Asian Dub Foundation  and all of the aspects of his diverse and collaborative musical mayhem, including rare and unreleased tracks provided by On U Sound mastermind Adrian Maxwell Sherwood and Ghetto Priest.” Some words on Ghetto Priest “With On-U Sound’s revival in the early 00s, both live and on record, came a new figurehead…

Don Campau presents Big City Orchestra

Don Campau himself tells us this about Big City Orchestra “I don’t exactly recall how I came into contact with das but it was inevitable. His enormous output and collaborations were well documented in the mags of the time and his local radio shows here in the SF Bay Area became legend quickly. I believe the first time I met him personally was at a radio station in Santa Cruz where he and GX Jupitter-Larsen were destroying vinyl and broadcasting the sounds. Later, in 1990, Eric Muhs and I performed…

LORD LITTER’S RADIO ON SHOW #13, with a little bit of hiss

LL’s shows are little expeditions into the realm of miniatures. What else to call music almost nobody has ever heard of? To start with the end: Alvaro, the man who has invented a genre of his own, (born out of the playful anarchy that defined the very first days of punk, without forgetting the sounds of his homeland Chile), has become one of the fixed features here and his songs appear like a piece of mailart or fanmail, maybe even a postcard to Konstanz. Another frequent guest is Hal McGee,…

Brothel Moon, a Full Moon special in two parts by Shephard/Van Alebeek

Somewhere in deep Neukölln in a neighbourhood still ruled by Balkan gangs, where women were held as slaves and the poor people shared their food with the rats, Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek sat in a small kitchen of a former brothel. Between them a bare table with on it a bottle of cheap sake and a packet of biscuits from Aldi. It was a full moon night. In fact they could see the moon peek in through the kitchen window, there, right behind the chimney. A woman has bounced the moonlight…