came to talk, introduce some sound works and play short live sets (Andrei) CD's played Japanoise Action in Russia Cluster Lizard - Prophecy Dmytro Fedorenko Alexei Borisov
When the show starts Jason reads this text and announces some of his questions: "Mexican Radio is a synth punk three-piece with high-energy songs inspired by bands like Cabaret Voltaire, DAF and Stereo Total. They wear brightly-colored uniforms at all times -they really do and we're gonna talk about that- and their live shows come … Continue reading Jason Honea and his Brave Ear Radio Show-interview with Mexican Radio
The audio reports 'letter from Berlin' are directly recorded on tape with a handheld walkman. In this episode: a metro ride to Kottbusser Tor, a disappointing visit to West Germany and what is posh-modernism. Excerpts from performances by Elvn Brandhi, Silver Waves and Moor Mother.
The audio reports 'letter from Berlin' are directly recorded on tape with a handheld walkman. In this episode: a bicycle ride in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, sounds from a concert by Aki Onda, an account of a meeting with sonic artist and biologist Patrick Franke, observations during a late evening bicycle ride to deep Tempelhof.
The audio reports 'letter from Berlin' are directly recorded on tape with a handheld walkman. In this episode: a walk in Brussels, guest appearance by Marcin Barski talking about the whiteness of the city, Victor Hugo, a stopover in Cologne, John of Leiden. The quality of the tape added an unexpected quality to the recordings; … Continue reading Rinus van Alebeek – Letter from Berlin
.... it's Berlin between the wars...always..., says LL. But somewhere somehow peace resists. Must resist. And somewhere somehow there must still be these tracks one can follow, by intuition, by memory, or with the help of a guide. Throw a stone. Fuels, gasses, dust, cornfields, gold at dawn. The city always resists. Welcome to Berlin. … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – it’s Berlin between the wars … always …
Says Electro-Haram crew: "ritual found-art plunderphonic soundtrack for our sad declining life"