Tag Archives: underground

Don Campau presents Big City Orchestra

Don Campau himself tells us this about Big City Orchestra “I don’t exactly recall how I came into contact with das but it was inevitable. His enormous output and collaborations were well documented in the mags of the time and his local radio shows here in the SF Bay Area became legend quickly. I believe the first time I met him personally was at a radio station in Santa Cruz where he and GX Jupitter-Larsen were destroying vinyl and broadcasting the sounds. Later, in 1990, Eric Muhs and I performed…

The Definitive Jason Honea Interview by Adrian Shephard

Jason Honea was born in Japan, because his father was with the US Marines. He grew up in California. Here’s already two ingredients for the interview. Jason, born story-teller, heir to the beat generation as well as to the beaten down generation, continuously picking poetry from the Berlin clouds, tells his insides out in a one hundred-fortytwo minute long talk with Adrian Shephard. Get stories as Jason virtually goes through his eternal record collection, recalls his years in California or takes you on a dream trip to present-day Berlin. Panzer…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #4 – The James Last Funeral Party

This is what Lord Litter says at the very beginning of his show: “James Last is dead. James Last has never said that he was someone he wasn’t. James Last never betrayed me.” His words put a spell on the rest of the show. The artists appear one by one. And one by one they seem to pay tribute to James Last, as if the music they make is not too far from his. And before you know it you are in the middle of James Last’s Funeral Party. Happy…

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show (episode 1)

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show is a puzzling portrait of the Berlin subculture era. Present day voices state that there is no subculture. But those are present day voices. Lord Litter raised from the ashes of post war Berlin and went through the grim cold war era, only to emerge in a brave new town. Subculture then was a territory occupied by the untouchables, a caste that was of no interest to the prophets of consumerism. Subculture disappeared because every sociocultural expression became marketable. Why this program? LL listened to…