Canti Magnetici is a small label from Italy. It releases mainly cassettes. Here's the catalogue. According to the label's page Canti Magnetici focuses on the research, through anomalous sounds, words and images, in the fields of natural and cultural phenomena, states of being and sciences. It might be worth at least one hour of talking … Continue reading Gaspare Sammartano introduces Canti Magnetici
Angelo Bignamini lives in a village south of Milan. Italy was one of the countries in the world where many people died of Covid-19. The government took drastic measures. The population lived practically under house arrest, observed by drones and helicopters; controlled by police in the streets, only permitted to leave their homes with authorisation … Continue reading Angelo Bignamini – Vita spericolata
Agnès Pe's first show for Radio On arrived on the 1st of April 2016. Ever since she has sent a show every month. Discipline, repetition, practice, experiment, live, observe, think in sounds, feel in sounds, observe in sounds. Radio On was a small corner in her laboratory. Four years have passed. The shows are still … Continue reading Mitt Paté by Agnès Pe – Social Distance Learning Solutions
At some point in the show the act of sneezing will be explained in depth, and the conclusion is: You're timeless when you sneeze. Recorded on the first day of springtime 2020 in Berlin Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek talk about the C-situation in Berlin, a free-associative flow of thoughts that includes observations, analyses, … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Lonktaar recordings, whereiswave?, Muzan Editions
Electro Haram are a collective from Moscow. They use tapes and vinyl records found in the garbage, on flea markets or on the attics of abandoned buildings to construct sound works, which leave space for every day life coincidences. This episode was recorded on the top floor of a small tower, overlooking factories and railway … Continue reading Electro Haram and Beyond – 5, ft Sergey Bolotin
Daphne collects old pieces of paper she is specifically interested in the quality of the dirt. On the dirtiest pieces she writes her scripts. Sometimes it is impossible to make out everything she has written. None of the actors complain. Mr Lee told her that he only needs to touch the paper to know what … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – Paranoia is a wonderful pie filling
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.