Says Electro-Haram crew: "ritual found-art plunderphonic soundtrack for our sad declining life"
Alan Dunn (click link to see a list of his Radio On shows)..(and click link to see his currucilum) does sound. He also does teaching, instructing, inspiring. Students are involved in his work with and on sound. Now he has followed up a request by us, to create jingles and to ask his students if … Continue reading Radio On jingles by Alan Dunn and Sofya Tamarina
Stories told by Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek about potatoes or/and Boris Johnson, a description of a visit to a pub in a tiny village in Cornwall on a stormy evening, what to do at Kottbusser Tor in Berlin, an extended synopsis of a movie about Adrian's coming of age, with lots of details, … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Snare Rush zine, Dregs of Zen, Hannya White, Grey Frequency
Summer is hot. Listen to some pool sounds and sounds collaged near the pool. pool. slash. a bigger splash . waterbomb. water, cool water, splash again. underwater sound system. Summer is hot. Recorded in Lleida, Spain during a heatwave. tracklist dicksoak - Michael back // JOJceno - Conversation A // s1m0nc3II0 - r0ll Lo0p impr0visition … Continue reading Agnes Pé – Mitt Paté, Conversation A
Anders presents magic tracks from 1980’s cassette albums you probably never heard before. The sounds from these tapes are meant to bring you auditive hallucinations or to replace the sound of the ocean to calm your nerves. Best is to find out for yourself because there is more to sound than is dreamt of in … Continue reading Anders Ostberg presents Improvisation, Festival of Humanity and Hypnogogic Sound
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
The audio reports 'letter from Berlin' are directly recorded on tape with a handheld walkman. In this episode: a bicycle ride from Berlin Tempelhof to Festsaal Kreuzberg, impressions and excerpts from John Cooper Clarke's live performance.
A couple of tapes in a shoebox found on the street, it might as well have the point of departure for The Ballad of Ray and Julie. But it was not. Graffitti was, and a brick wall, and an empty space somewhere in town. The story is: something once was, and maybe still is, or … Continue reading Alan Dunn & John Hyatt – The Ballad of Ray and Julie