Says Electro-Haram crew: "ritual found-art plunderphonic soundtrack for our sad declining life"
Wassily Bosch, on a short visit from Moscow, will be this evening's guest at the Radio On studio. Wassily Bosch works on nazlo records, releasing small editions of sound carriers, all with hand-made packaging. video of nazlo works. Wassily Bosch is also part of the electro-haram collective that offers sound works based on found … Continue reading Today 7th of July, 19.00 Live interview with Wassily Bosch
We received a big envelope with tapes from Russia. This was in it. Impossible to follow the storylines as they unfold. From Quantum physics, time travelling to dogs in space, it's all there. Five tapes, five examples of great music that is currently played and performed in Russia.
Says Electro-Haram crew: "ritual found-art plunderphonic soundtrack for our sad declining life" but you will also hear voices and songs that were recorded long ago with the help of electro magnetic tape. Smooth sounds are added for a collage that will even smoothen the listening capacities of the most perfumed ears.
Whenever Alexei visits Berlin we have the honor to welcome him at the Radio On studio. Alexei lived in two countries, but didn't have to travel to do so. Born and raised in Moscow in the Soviet Union, he became a citizen of the Russian Federation at the end of last century. That's a lot … Continue reading Alexei Borisov – interview, live moments, new sound works
Tune in for a live show with our guest Alexei Borisov. Shephard and Van Alebeek will talk with Alexei, who will also present new works. Live sonic interventions can be expected.
For this edition of our tape review show we invited Giada dalla Bontà. She is a curator and independent researcher with growing knowledge of soviet underground art. She has visited Moscow and other parts of Russia on numerous occasions and thus could provide detailed footnotes to the evolving stories. We talk about russian air, underground … Continue reading The Tape Review Show, vinyl edition – Bookwar records.
New to Radio On and so beautiful. We open up to the east and welcome electro-haram. They find sounds on sidewalks, in abandoned houses, in cardboard boxes under an office desk, behind the wallpaper, in chimneys, but also in less profanic places like flea markets or thrift stores. The show will be a first in … Continue reading electro-haram and beyond