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

The Korean Loudspeaker War by Antonio Mainenti

South Korea erected giant units on its border, each of them consisted of megaphones rich with decibels. The idea was to transmit korean pop music, und thus inform the poor people of North Korean what the good life was about. Antonio Mainenti reconstructed what the border zone more or less could sound like. K-pop meshes … Continue reading The Korean Loudspeaker War by Antonio Mainenti

LORD LITTER’S RADIO ON SHOW # 9 ( Hallucinating Berlin )

A rather awkward show by LL this time, not because there is something wrong with the music, far from that, but it seems...well, it starts of with visitors from The Netherlands, and Germany had some funny Dutch visitors in the past from Jopie Heesters and Rudi Carrell to Silvie VanderVaart, and they all spoke this … Continue reading LORD LITTER’S RADIO ON SHOW # 9 ( Hallucinating Berlin )

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show, episode 8 ( – Refugees – )

Here, this new LL show defines a moment in time. Watch your headlines. Take some scissors, cut them out and put them in a box. Seal the box and open it in twenty years. You might be looking at a moment in history.   Word to LL. > Statement .........This show is especially inspired by … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show, episode 8 ( – Refugees – )

brainhall art production presents Endless Summer I and II

After a Summer break Andreas Glauser from Brainhall Art Production is back with a new program. Based in Zürich, most of his programs focus on the contemporary avant garde music produced and/or performed in Switzerland. Andreas asked Livio some questions about these sessions without an audience, the musicians involved, the intentions ecc.   Word to … Continue reading brainhall art production presents Endless Summer I and II

Postcards from Istanbul by Adrian Shephard – Interview with Ahmet from Fitisound

Adrian Shephard was in Turkey. He had his recording machine with him, because one can never know. In this first 'Postcard from Istanbul' we hear him talk with Ahmet from Fitisound, a dub producer. But you will hear pretty soon he mixes ottoman elements into his music. The interview is in a restaurant, maybe a … Continue reading Postcards from Istanbul by Adrian Shephard – Interview with Ahmet from Fitisound

Radio On Maggie by Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek

Radio On Maggie was first broadcasted shortly after Margareth Thatcher passed away, and that's how she became a feature in our program alongside with Genesis P-Orridge, who, if born ten years later might have opted for the artist name Genesis M-Ãœsli. Both have had their influence on trash culture and the ethos of DIY. With … Continue reading Radio On Maggie by Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek

Radius Patch Series – Episode 1, Failure

A new monthly program is brought to us by Meredith Kooi and Jeff Kolar from Radius The first broadcasts are scheduled for Wednesday 29. April at 02:00-03:00, 08:00-09:00 and 16:00-17:00BerlinTime, World time. The words further below, written by Jeff, explain what Radius is all about. With the recent Drone conference in mind, I listened to … Continue reading Radius Patch Series – Episode 1, Failure

Sughereta Back Home, no MUOS by Antonio Mainenti

Antonio Mainenti brought us a documentary about the No Muos movement in Sicily. We broadcasted it a couple of months ago. And we broadcast it again. These days Antonio is in Sicily, as an artist in residence. He attended the last demonstration against the installation of the Mobile User Objective System. The objectives of the … Continue reading Sughereta Back Home, no MUOS by Antonio Mainenti