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Junie Crawford – Transmission 3 ($ 1 Million)

The third show by our man in Montreal, Junie Crawford. Here’s an other attempt to break through the borders of music. After a fierce discussion with guitar and drums, Junie leaves the studio and enters the periphery of awareness. Did he enter the zone between life and death where all sounds lay down to die? In his own words Materials: marantz pmd222, logic pro x, a guitar i bought at 17, a radio i lost on the last tour, 2 years of Exhaustion, metro outremont at Nighttime, many nights into…

Junie Crawford – Garden 95 “Transmission 2”

This is the second installment by our new program maker Junie Crawford, currently based in Montreal. Transmission 2 is an attempt to break through the borders of song structures. It is a gentle and consistent composition, that integrates voices of radio and a fun report from a drive-in restaurant. At the same time intimate and extravagant, Junie’s series of Garden95 holds the promise to lead the listener into a hitherto unknown area, that some of us call The Future. Notes as communicated by Junie Crawford Materials: Zoom H4n, Marantz PMD222,…

Garden 95 by Junie Crawford

Out of the blue we got a request by someone in Montréal, Junie Crawford his name. He described his work as homemade tape field recordings cut into loops and played back through various means (Marantz PMD222, kids toys, broken tape recorders from the 60s, sometimes just tape heads partially submerged in alcohol, etc etc), combined with interviews and found sound, to create immersive sonic environments that address issues of capital, race, human geography, placelessness, and power. We went to listen some of his shows on a Montréal based radio, and…

Sounds for the post-peak Oil, #11 by Anne-F Jacques

This new episode of Sounds for the post-peak Oil by our Montréal based friend Anne-F Jacques is another work of Radio Art that balances on notions of mail art, domestic silence and fragments from an Audio Diary. The result is intimate as a morning smelling of coffee and the arrival of autumn and as intriguing as the first steps into a new town. You can become a part of Anne-F’s work of sounds by simply sending her Audio by snail mail. You might get a cassette in return, as Anne…

Anne F Jacques – Sounds for the Post Peak Oil, episode 10

Anne F. Jacques’ shows are all about care. You can deduct from the ‘playlist’ here below how every single sound gets its place in the wonderfull gallery she composes from it. There is more behind this. Anne has created one of the most exclusive and at the same time inclusive cassette labels I know of. Far away from the digital representation, the hip and the hype it exists only as that what it is: a tape with music on it, a wrap with stamped information and a few illustrations that…

Anne F Jacques – Sounds for Post Peak Oil, episode 8

The new episode of Anne F Jacques ongoing post peak oil series brings us all the surprises and fascinations of tapes with unknown content, the excitement of finding and/or receiving sounds, and, in fact, a glimpse into the everyday life of a young woman living in Montréal at the beginning of the 21st century. I can’t wait to listen to it. In her own words: “A microcassette bootleg of a small range radio transmission by Emilie Mouchous around the Jeanne d’Arc electrical transformation plant in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Montréal; received by the…

Anne-F Jacques – sounds for the post-peak oil – episode 7

A new program from our Canadian friend Anne-F Jacques. And as always it offers a playful collage of sounds that can serve as a sound track to the micro-cosmos of every-one’s life. Although a tortoise man doesn’t appear on everybody’s doorstep. In Anne’s words: “Walking behind Nicolas Dion as a tortoise-man, carrying a stack of cardboard speakers on his back; an excerpt of “la défense”, a tape anonymously dropped at my door; and some mystery recordings found in a beginning of a spring cleaning.” Please check the Schedule for broadcast…

Anne-F Jacques – Sounds for post-peak oil episode 6

A new program from our dear collaborator in Montreal, Anne-F Jacques. You might have encountered her previous episodes already, all characterised by a striking innocence. And each of them an abstract radioplay with lots of space for imaginative participation. Here in her own words: “February in Abitibi, Northern Quebec: frozen electrical wires, alarm from the copper foundry, wind in the microphones; received by the mail, something by Vehscle, on blue Spectrum tapes, and the whole B side of tonal fragments by remnants, on Imminent Frequencies; a few contraptions and whatstits.”…

Anne F. Jacques – Sounds for post peak Oil – episode 5

Canadian artist Anne F. Jacques has returned to Montréal after a residency in Marseille. Her newest observationist radioplay still bears some traces of her stay in the south of France. In her own words and picture “Wood burning stove in a shack, near St-Paulin, Canada; and an improv session with Pôm Bouvier b. last fall in Marseille.” A silent and sweet winter’s tale. Please check the Schedule for broadcast hours/days. Get the Radio On App