Tag Archives: sound art

Sounds for the post peak oil #13 by Anne-F Jacques

A long break, but here is the new episode by Anne-F, also this with her trademark sounds of rotating motors, but there is so much more. The collage gives a good artist’s impression of her visit to and participation in the Tsonami Festival. In her own words “All sounds from this episode have been recorded with various degrees of (in)fidelity in Valparaiso, Chile, during Tsonami Festival last december: two excerpts from sound installations, “dudas sobre la gravedad” by anne-f jacques (found objects, motors, various states or precariousness) and “revolt” by…

Live Coverage of Fraction Bruit #17 in Loophole, Berlin

On Saturday 27th of May Adrian Shephard, one of the founding fathers of Radio On, will put on his camouflage clothes and swallow a blue pill. He will be teleported to his past. He will carry a small broadcasting device with him, because he needs to transmit sounds from an evening full of noises. Nobody will be able to recognise him, since he will be disguised as a ghost from the future. If there is any need for you as a listener to find out if their is still life…

Saturday 25 Feb/Sunday 26 Feb, Brainhall Art Production presents 12 &12 by Jeroen Visser – 24 Hour Field recordings from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Saturday 25. February 2017  at 6:00 a.m Radio On will start transmitting a 24 hour field recordings work by Jeroen Visser. It will finish the next day, Sunday 26. February at 6:00 a.m. Berlin time. (+2 for Addis Ababa) Word to Andreas Glauser from Brainhall Art Productions We present for Radio ON Berlin the Sound Installation 12 &12 by Jeroen Visser. His field recordings from Addis Ababa are edited to 24h realtime sound, giving an insight into the sound of one day. Jeroen Visser is a musician (p/bs), composer, and…

Not Your World Music – Interview with Cedrik Fermont

Cedrik Fermont is one of the two authors of Not Your World Music, a book, so says the blurb “about art, politics, identity, gender and global capitalism.” And more specificly, you will find that the topics range “from academic electronic music to do-it-yourself noise in South East Asia.” The authors write about “contemporary and past noise, electroacoustic, industrial, experimental music and sound art in Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar/Burma, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam. The book is structured around “political, historical and sociological essays, exclusive interviews with artists and organizers.”…

Julie Rousse talks about her experiences in Afghanistan, India, Chili

Shortly before the Berlin Christmas Disaster devastated the western world, phonographer and sound artist Julie Rousse came to visit us in the Oranien Studio in Kreuzberg. It was not only the end of the year 2013; a year that had brought many travels to our guest. She had been in Chili, Aghanistan and in India. Hear her talk about these visits and listen to stories you hardly read in newspapers and such. Sounds recorded during her travels are played back as well. You want to submit your works or tapes/CDs/Vinyls…

Sounds for post-peak oil, episode 2 by Anne F Jacques

Our programmaker Anne F Jacques’, currently artist-in-residence in Marseille, second episode of sounds for post-peak oil evolves around tape loops in walkmans in cardboard boxes beside a subway station; plants rubbing against rotating contraptions; kicking a pebble in a closed room; and more (or less). , Anne is a sound artist living in Montréal, Canada. She does performances and installations, impromptu improvisations, makes soundtracks for Julie Doucet’s animation films, part of minibloc duo with Nicolas Dion. Please check the Schedule for broadcast hours/days. Get the Radio On App

Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek talk with Kim Laugs

Dutch/Belgian inventor and sonic artist Kim Laugs grew up in a cultural wasteland somewhere on the border of the South of the Netherlands and Belgium. He grew up in a time when occult forces in Belgium turned the country into a kind of pathological swamp. Massacres in commercial centers, corrupt and suicidal politicians, the death of a king, child porn and a pedophile kept the country in a state of shock. Escaped form the country of Tintin and Dutroux he studied sound in The Hague and worked on a huge…