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Don Campau – A rare 7′ vinyl special

Don Campau normally presents songs from tapes that were send to him over the last thirty years. His ongoing shows here on Radio On have become a sonic encyclopedia of the individuals, that in the 1980s and 1990s have used the audio cassette as a medium for exchanging their musical experiments. The cassette culture was a very individual, a-commercial movement that mainly existed as a postal phenomena. Since Don is a radio dj for a very long time now, bands and artists also sent him their vinyls. While re-organising his…

LORD LITTER’S RADIO ON SHOW # 9 ( Hallucinating Berlin )

A rather awkward show by LL this time, not because there is something wrong with the music, far from that, but it seems…well, it starts of with visitors from The Netherlands, and Germany had some funny Dutch visitors in the past from Jopie Heesters and Rudi Carrell to Silvie VanderVaart, and they all spoke this weird kind of German that was full of wind; it sounded a bit like they just realised they had put on somebody else’s dirty underwear. So this Trespasser guy starts talking about Marlène and Leni…

No Pigeonholes by Don Campau – Songs from the Archives

In the continuing story about the cassette culture Don Campau takes us to his garage. Here over five thousand cassettes are stored. Most of them arrived by post. Don decided to make a kind of archeologic expedition and virtually travel through various layers of time and music.             If Don needed a blank tape, he went down to the drugstore and bought a couple. Back in his garage a number of tape machines and instruments would do the rest: produce a cassette, a finished work…