Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #17 – the good air of winter, almost gone.

Winter has gone, some of its last breaths of fresh air blow around street corners and buildings. LL greets the coming of springtime with waves of folkland music from various places of the world, and gives some gastronomic advices along the way. Listen to an hour of real organic home-grown music. Says LL .....ART and … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #17 – the good air of winter, almost gone.

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #16 – Magazine

in which you hear... "... the testament of a Folk hero .. a singer for lesbian rights .. .. what happened in the Asylum ... ... James Last .. AND ... Hal McGee.." LL introduces, explains and plays songs by singers loved by the margins, well, except for James Last. After James's funeral rare gems … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show #16 – Magazine

Don Campau presents a Ken Clinger Special

Don Campau's No pigeonholes shows for Radio On evolve around musicians and artists, who produce their work at home. Many of the works presented stem from the heydays of a movement that is known as the cassette culture. People befriended eachother through the post, and lots of packets with cassette tapes in it crossed the … Continue reading Don Campau presents a Ken Clinger Special

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – The Don Campau Special, the unsung underground legend

I had to listen twice to the show before I could understand a bit of what I had just heard. On the surface it is an hour of radio dedicated to Don Campau. Don is one of the pivotal characters of the cassette culture era which had its peak in the 1980s. It is also … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – The Don Campau Special, the unsung underground legend

Don Campau – No Pigeonholes, Songs from the Archive #3 (1985-1997)

In a recent article in the Collectors Weekly, called Cassette Revolution the world wide movement of home producers and cassette exchangers is given a lot of attention. Don Campau is mentioned. His memories are cited. The monthly show he produces for Radio On is a growing document of that era. Listen to the prehistory of … Continue reading Don Campau – No Pigeonholes, Songs from the Archive #3 (1985-1997)

Don Campau – No Pigeonholes, Focus on Sound of Pig label – part 1

Quote 1 The preeminent cassette label of the heyday of cassette culture was Sound Of Pig run by Al Margolis in New York. His label distributed hundreds of tapes in many styles with an emphasis on experimental and unusual sounds. Quote 2 With over 200 titles offered through the Sound of Pig Cassette Mail Order … Continue reading Don Campau – No Pigeonholes, Focus on Sound of Pig label – part 1

Don Campau- No Pigeonholes episode 11, focus on Audiofile Tapes, part 2

If you are not a fan of Don Campau's loose, but encyclopedical approach to the hometape movement that shook the earth in the 1980s, well, then you must be a fan of some other shows we have here on Radio On. We love you all the same, you and your ears. The new show by … Continue reading Don Campau- No Pigeonholes episode 11, focus on Audiofile Tapes, part 2

Don Campau- No Pigeonholes episode 10, focus on Audiofile Tapes

If you are not a fan of Don Campau's loose, but encyclopedical approach to the hometape movement that shook the earth in the 1980s, well, then you must be a fan of some other shows we have here on Radio On. We love you all the same, you and your ears. The new show by … Continue reading Don Campau- No Pigeonholes episode 10, focus on Audiofile Tapes

No Pigeonholes by Don Campau – Focus on Outsiders, part 2

Little by little the no Pigeonholes shows by Don Campau give the listener an insight into one of the most massive movements that ever existed in the margins of independently produced musics. Don was there when it started in the mid seventies, and is still here to introduce, play and tell the little stories that … Continue reading No Pigeonholes by Don Campau – Focus on Outsiders, part 2