The Nikolas Schreck Show with the author Simon Wells

A new show by Nikolas Schreck, best to be described and announced in his own words. One side note on Simon Wells. It is not this Simon, that Nikolas has talked to, though it might have been interesting to hear Schreck on Schrek. The author Simon Wells, who you will hear in the interview, is hard … Continue reading  The Nikolas Schreck Show with the author Simon Wells

Juris Marnavskis aka Noize Factor

Says Adrian Shephard in his Notes on being an Ausländer "I’m constantly scanning a particular expat social network site with 60,000 members for any ‘for sale’ items. This has several advantages it seems, I get to visit many different parts of Berlin that ordinarily I would never explore, as well as meeting a vast array … Continue reading Juris Marnavskis aka Noize Factor

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Special Presentations

Lord Litter is one of our two DJ's who make a kind of traditional form radio show: he talks about the artist, gives some information, and plays the song. But this is also Radio On. And overhere we like it when things make sense. Our radio is not about fast thougts-easy comments. That's why we … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Special Presentations

The Tape Review Show with Loe Lof Lon (MuteAnt Sounds) and Flocculi (Tutore Burlato)

This edition of the Tape Review Show is a-typical. Apart from lecturing about fossiles in space we also review a CDr we received in the post. (Please remind, if you'd like to send something, to write 'For Rinus' somewhere on the envelope, and not at the top of the address list like in the picture … Continue reading The Tape Review Show with Loe Lof Lon (MuteAnt Sounds) and Flocculi (Tutore Burlato)

Calais -a volunteer in the jungle, part 1 by Imogen Pettitt

First Transmission on Saturday 20. February at 18:00Berlin Time (5pm in Uk - 7pm in Syria - 9.30pm in Afghanistan) Imogen Pettitt went from Wales to Calais with a van full of bicycles. She reported her trip but also her impressions from the Calais Jungle,a steadily growing community of 6000 refugees. It is good she is … Continue reading Calais -a volunteer in the jungle, part 1 by Imogen Pettitt

The Wirebender presents Ghetto Priest special by David Asher

    "The Wirebender presents part one of a three part special. David Asher from Detroit has compiled the first artist feature of the year: Ghetto Priest. David will showcase Ghetto Priest's work with On-U Sound Records, Asian Dub Foundation  and all of the aspects of his diverse and collaborative musical mayhem, including rare and unreleased … Continue reading The Wirebender presents Ghetto Priest special by David Asher

Interview with Mr. Vast aka Henry Sargeant by Adrian Shephard

We got some information on Mr. Vast. There is mention of  a "dark clown," which I think is unsettling because all clowns are (jeez we cant say that - ed). I read  “the Monty Python of electronic music” and  "BBC" and "bewilderingly ecstatic levels" and I think, should we have this person on our show? … Continue reading Interview with Mr. Vast aka Henry Sargeant by Adrian Shephard

Anne F Jacques – Sounds for the Post Peak Oil, episode 10

Anne F. Jacques' shows are all about care. You can deduct from the 'playlist' here below how every single sound gets its place in the wonderfull gallery she composes from it. There is more behind this. Anne has created one of the most exclusive and at the same time inclusive cassette labels I know of. … Continue reading Anne F Jacques – Sounds for the Post Peak Oil, episode 10

Don Campau – No Pigeonholes (cassettes 1985 – 1997)

It is always a pleasure to listen to a new show by Don Campau. There's always a hidden gem; in this show The Cheese and their cheap kisses. The tracks he chose are mostly from the 80s, and not few of them remind of the music styles that were dominant back then. Don's choice for … Continue reading Don Campau – No Pigeonholes (cassettes 1985 – 1997)