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Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Berlin 2078

Compiled when the Sun fell down on Berlin and burned all streets and buildings. Luckily we could escape in time and watch from our ice tents how the lakes evaporated, and a big cloud of darkening dust covered the horizon. The heat was sharp as a needle. It could carve grooves into a crystal disk. LL played it on this show. 1. Don Campau – kwashiorkor – CD-R – Panoply 2. Ear Sculpture – B​-​Machine Gray 1a 3. Ear Sculpture – Grasping the Nettle 4. Ear Sculpture – The Undersea…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Cottage Cheese

Guitars and rhythm, an old boy’s network, a visit to another planet, Elvis and Vampira. Berlin is boiling. Berlin is bleeding. Time for some cottage cheese and a visit to a lake. Transistor radio is blaring. Currywurst fumes and topless girls. Beer bellies and wet dogs running around. Those were the days: 1. Histatic Charge – Why Do I Always Hafta Do The Dishes? 2. Endzeitgeneration – First Earth, Then Space 3. Don Campau & Robin O’Brien – Magical Mile new very personal DC interview 4. Viktimized Karcass – Loaded…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – The Grand Bazaar

A show by Lord Litter that is like an exotic bazaar where you can walk around for hours. Martin Böttcher and his grand film music, or Hal McGee and his whole new definition of folk art inspired by the use of a handheld dictaphone are few of the wonderful images that shine from between the goods. Enter and simply let go. Here’s some useful link: The Tracklist 1. UNIT – Mental Oriental – 2 CD Data Collection – 33rd album extensive interview with Andy Martin (UNIT) 2. Bret Hart –…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Samantha

The history books will look different soon. Everyone can write one, a personal one. Never have the lifes and times of grandparents been so close to our present day experiences. The show Lord Litter offers is a trip to the past that still seems to be part of our present. But you can see and hear that it has started to fade away. Playlist 1. Blake Jones and the Trike Shop – Goldfinger 2. Blake Jones and the Trike Shop – That Abandoned Theatre 1/2 CD – Make 3. Sleep…

Don Campau – Back to 1993

Don Campau plays tapes in his radio shows. Artists and bands sent him tapes. He received loads of tapes. They filled his garage. Last year Don started to send his tapes to Zeppelin City in the very south of Germany. Packets with hundreds of tapes travelled from one side of the ocean to the other side. Those tapes became part of a work of teutonic dimensions. Don’s shows for Radio On were made with those tapes. Now that these tapes have gone, he presents a new series. Don Campau offers…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Dans La Rue

People working in the street, a new gaspipe, a van parked, doors open, loud techno for everyone. What a relieve to put on my headphones and listen to the new Lord Litter show. Songs in every gradation, introverted, nostalgic, fun, loud, weird and a nice interview over a cup of tea to round it off. You don’t find people working in your street everyday of course, but if you’d like to take a holiday from your daily environment then this show is the place to go.   1. The NoMen…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #10 – Berlin im Herbst

An eulogy to boredom, the moments without interferences. The clock gives its marching orders to someone else, in an other part of town. Little does one know about the grains of bliss that rest in lost hours. The couch is a sanctuary.   For a moment things can do without our care, and exist for themselves. No siren calls reach us from the refrigerator. The view from the window shows a dying tree, black birds. There is no-one to be seen behind the windows.   Then someone starts listening. The…

Lord Litters Radio On Show #6 (The Complexities of Berlin)

One day during the blazing heat of a summer day in Berlin, LL went down to the basement to seek for refuge. He ended up making a radio show. Playing some old friends, was like having a beer with them. Sipping from his bottle he looked around and contemplated all those tubes, for electricity, water and gas: big tubes and smaller ones, running across the ceiling or on seat level against the wall, a huge one. They came out of the wall and disappeared into another one. The whole of Berlin was connected….

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #4 – The James Last Funeral Party

This is what Lord Litter says at the very beginning of his show: “James Last is dead. James Last has never said that he was someone he wasn’t. James Last never betrayed me.” His words put a spell on the rest of the show. The artists appear one by one. And one by one they seem to pay tribute to James Last, as if the music they make is not too far from his. And before you know it you are in the middle of James Last’s Funeral Party. Happy…