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Group Sounds Mix by DJ ONONiiONIONIION

Taishi Nagasaka is back with a new show. A mix of heartbreaking Japanese songs released as a single in the 1960s. Taishi performs as DJ ONONiiONIONIION on selected places in Berlin. Sometimes you can find him in a shop, sometimes you can find him in the park. He comes with a portable record player and a box full of singles. Dance, talk, listen or buy while you’re there. Ox Cry – the OX Yozora Ni Yume Wo – The Beige Kemeko No Uta – Giants Blue Eye – Jacky & his…

Post Peak Oil #9 – Anne F Jacques

A new programm by Anne F Jacques, a result of her visit to and tour of Japan. Hear an impressionist report of that journey: visions in sound. Anne’s words “Slurping soba at a stand-up noodle bar under the train station; getting ready to play with my newly met friend Takamitsu in his one-piece apartment, while eating mushroom-shaped cookies; various intersections and street corners; an excerpt from an improvisation with takahiro Kawaguchi and Makoto Oshiro at Ftarri in Tokyo; and rolling on disjointed tiles on my bicycle.” Please check the Schedule…

Adrian Shephard – Interview/Talk with Andy Bolus

Adrian Shephard went to the workshop conducted by Andy Bolus, a workshop on constructing your own ghost detector. The next evening Adrian and Andy sat together at the Oranien Studio for a two hour long talk that hit so many subjects that it is impossible to give a description. Adrian tried it this way: “Expect Ghost making machines, stories from Japan, cannibal Toys, electronic tips and sounds of death and disaster…” I listened at home, and here’s some of my impressions during the show. after 8 minutes “Andy’s toy talk,…

Don Campau – No Pigeonholes – The April Edition – Japan Special

Don Campau presents Japanese sound makers. Don has been involved in the cassette culture since the 80s. He is a radio dj for independent radio since the early 70s. In the April edition of No Pigeonholes he presents home produced music and other assorted sounds made by Japanese artists. Playlist for April 2014 artist/title/ album/ label-source Yximalloo/ Hae/ Live/ Sakura CD ( 1983 ) Yximalloo/ Chi-Tzu-Tiao, Auto God, Mummy Of Watermelon/ Kitsch Shaman/ Sakura CD ( 1982 ) Nobu Kasahara/ #7/ Psycho Kinetic Folk Songs/—CD ( 1998 ) Nobu Kasahara/…

4. February – Cozmik Onion Lunch Time Show

It’s Tuesday, and it is time for our resident cook Taishi Nagasaka again. This time he receives a friend from his home country. Will they eat Bratwurst and Sauerkraut, listen to Humpa music? In Taishi’s words: “My friend Hibiki Ichiwkawa (Tsugaru Syamisen) will come. I have organize the concert and will be something special. It will be a mixture of tradition and modern art,music. And in the end of the radio show, I will reveal something.xx ————————Hibiki Ichikawa Hibiki is the only professional player of Tsugaru Shamisen in U.K. Since…

15.October – Cozmik Onion Lunch Time Radio vol.4 with Laura Aragoneses aka Ondula

Taishi Nagasaki present his lunch time radio live from his kitchen. The food is prepared, the guest has arrived, and now they eat and talk. He might talk about Berlin Super Markets and Tomato Ketchap, and also about music, But probabably not. Guest LAURA ARAGONESES picture by Aina Climent   “Laura Aragoneses is a sound and record collector based in Berlin. She is part of the Sucked Orange Refuge.  For a long time radio has been the media for her sound experimentations. In Berlin she has made several sonic works and installations….

Tuesday 8.October – Cosmic Onion Lunch Time Show with Guest Kakawaka.

Taishi Nagasaka presents a lunch time show directly from his kitchen. He will prepare lunch for his guest and himself and eat it as well. Will he reveal the recipe this time, or tell us even what’s on the menu? His guest Kakawaka is known for his shopping cart hi-jack actions. But he also carries a very big spoon! And he speaks Japanese as well. Cozmik Onion Lunch Time Radio broadcasts live EVERY TUESDAYS from 13:00-14:00/DE, 12:00-13:00/UK, 20:00-21:00/JP.

Momus in a Neukölln kitchen

  Somewhere in the fancy district of Berlin Neukölln Van Alebeek and Shephard talk with Momus. Possible topics are the japanese fascination for octopus, why berlin is becoming so very mainstreamingly boring, what growing up in a fading empire does to childhood dreams and diary’s of hollywood stars. Maybe. It can all go wrong. momus.com You want to submit your works or tapes/CDs/Vinyls released by you or your label? Learn how to submit. * Please check the Schedule for broadcast hours/days If you want help this radio, you can donate a…