Jason Honea, who gave us so many fine hours with his Brave Ear shows, met up with Nikolas Schreck. California born and raised Nikolas Schreck's father was a manager of famous and less famous musicians. Count Basie put young Nikolas's hands on the keyboard of the piano. Vincent Price had some talks with him. In … Continue reading Jason Honea meets Nikolas Schreck
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 … Continue reading The Definitive Jason Honea Interview by Adrian Shephard
Jason Honea talks w/Derek Holzer and Anklepants.
Jason Honea, our man of stories that rise from a beautiful chaos and memories that drown in a wonderful life, is back with two travelling guests. They will meet at a wine bar, because a friend works there and will serve free wine. Hooray. One of the guests has a beard, but not for Christ … Continue reading Jason Honea talks w/Derek Holzer and Anklepants.
Interview – Jason Honea talks with Jared Hasselhoff and Curtis
On his live show, Brave Ear Radio, Jason Honea talked with Jared Hasselhoff and Curtis. The latter a Berlin kid trying to avoid talking about hip-hop while giving insight in the street credibility of German and Berlin rap. He also gives insight in his musical formation during his earliest youth when his father took an … Continue reading Interview – Jason Honea talks with Jared Hasselhoff and Curtis
Brave Ear show on Soviet and Russian Underground – Guests Olga Nosova, Constantine Usenko and Alexei Borisov
If you read the following text right to the very end, you get an idea of the periods Alexei Borisov leaped through in this episode of Brave Ear Radio, hosted by Jason Honea. You get a lot of information and stories about the soviet years. Alexei, an experienced radio host himself, sometimes takes over, which … Continue reading Brave Ear show on Soviet and Russian Underground – Guests Olga Nosova, Constantine Usenko and Alexei Borisov
Brave Ear Radio – Interview with Last Dominion Lost (Julian Percy, John Murphy, Jon Evans)
Jason Honea talks with three members of the industrial ensemble Last Dominion Lost. Julian Davis Percy, John Murphy and Jon Evans are from Australia, which is very far away from Europe. All three of them live in Berlin. I have no idea what Jason will ask or talk about: the sinister legacy of Nazi German … Continue reading Brave Ear Radio – Interview with Last Dominion Lost (Julian Percy, John Murphy, Jon Evans)
Brave Ear Radio by Jason Honea w/Giorgio Gabber and Melanie Sevcenko
Brave Ear Radio is Jason Honea's ongoing attempt to present and understand the vibrancy and diversity of the city he lives in, Berlin. His guests on this show are Giorgio Gabber who runs the cassettelabel Das Andere Selbst and Melanie Sevcenko from whose press release we learn that she "is a journalist and poet." In … Continue reading Brave Ear Radio by Jason Honea w/Giorgio Gabber and Melanie Sevcenko
Brave Ear – Jason Honea meets Diät and Penny Rafferty
Diät is a band based in Berlin. They do interviews. Like this one, and they do covers like this one: Second guest is Penny Rafferty and she will talk about prosumerism* and punk as dada ( luckily not about "punk as data" - though "data = dada" might be a useless alternative). Take the smooth … Continue reading Brave Ear – Jason Honea meets Diät and Penny Rafferty
Brave Ear Radio- Jason Honea talks with Andrea Schroeder and Ken Shakin
Jason Honea's show has the magic and mystery of chance encounters while travelling the USA from coast to coast. The pearls shining on a collar, sleepless nights, the sudden sense of liberty when waking up in the middle of nowhere, useless love affairs. The guests offer myriad views on life on the edge of existence, … Continue reading Brave Ear Radio- Jason Honea talks with Andrea Schroeder and Ken Shakin
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