Talk by John Law at Disruption Network Lab conference on Stunts

John Law lives in San Francisco. He arrived in 1977. Ever since then he has been affiliated with or part of Suicide Club, Survival Research Labs, Dark Passage, The Cacophony Society, PeopleHater, Seemen, Circus Redickuless, S.F. Cyclecide, The Madagascar Institute, Laughing Squid ,Burning Man Festival and The Billboard Liberation Front. In the month of December he held a talk in … Continue reading Talk by John Law at Disruption Network Lab conference on Stunts

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – The Don Campau Special, the unsung underground legend

I had to listen twice to the show before I could understand a bit of what I had just heard. On the surface it is an hour of radio dedicated to Don Campau. Don is one of the pivotal characters of the cassette culture era which had its peak in the 1980s. It is also … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – The Don Campau Special, the unsung underground legend

Markus Stein – The German Voice of David Hasselhoff, Documentary about the German Unification

Markus Stein is also DJ Schlucht who for many years has hosted a weekly show called DIY Church. It was perhaps the most informative show, word and sound-wise about the manyfold dispersion of so-called underground music. I use the term 'underground' because you would never get to know about the music and the artists if you'd stick to … Continue reading Markus Stein – The German Voice of David Hasselhoff, Documentary about the German Unification

Sophie Toupin – Talk on Operation Vula, Resistance and the early days of Hacking

Sophie Toupin from Quebec, Canada spoke at the fourth series of conferences organised by Disruption Network Lab in Berlin. She presented a case study that centered around Operation Vula, a resistance network based in the Netherlands that fought the Apartheid regime in South Africa. Hear a story about encrypted messages, stewardesses smuggling cassettes, ANC, Apartheid … Continue reading Sophie Toupin – Talk on Operation Vula, Resistance and the early days of Hacking

Choreographic Radio presents The Quest for the Fantastic Institute

picture by Kai Simon Stöger, photoshopped by Ana Trincão Word to Annette van Zwoll! "The second broadcast of Choreographic Radio gives a bit of insight in the How Do We Work It weekend that was organized in the beginning of July. On the first hot days of summer, a group of people working in the … Continue reading Choreographic Radio presents The Quest for the Fantastic Institute

Don Campau No Pigeonholes – Songs from the Garage (cassette issues 1984-2015)

The new show by Don Campau, No Pigeonholes, holds another fine selection of sounds and songs produced at home, and mostly distributed to a selected few by means of the audio cassette. Imagine to walk into a loud bar somewhere in the USA. It is not guaranteed, but in that same town, at an earlier … Continue reading Don Campau No Pigeonholes – Songs from the Garage (cassette issues 1984-2015)

Postcards from Istanbul by Adrian Shephard – Interview with Ahmet from Fitisound

Adrian Shephard was in Turkey. He had his recording machine with him, because one can never know. In this first 'Postcard from Istanbul' we hear him talk with Ahmet from Fitisound, a dub producer. But you will hear pretty soon he mixes ottoman elements into his music. The interview is in a restaurant, maybe a … Continue reading Postcards from Istanbul by Adrian Shephard – Interview with Ahmet from Fitisound