Alan Dunn has given us two programs that were centred around heroic moments, nostalgia and a sense of immortality. These were abstractÂ radio-playsÂ that could serve as aÂ soundtrack to a movie set somewhere in the late 80s. It sounded like a picture book as well. Above all, it was high-rising collage. The new program by Alan Dunn, … Continue reading Alan Dunn â€“ The tenantspin archives, volume 1: SuperBlock
Following Chris Salewicz's reading of his book 'Rude Boy,' the wirebender brings us a Lee Perry special hosted by Jonny Reggae. This is Jonny Reggae This is Lee Perry In this show you will hear cuts from vinyl to tape circa 1996.
A show produced at an old wooden table in the heart of the Porticello Castle on the shores of the Liparian Sea. I (=Rinus van Alebeek) used exclusively tape players. The show opens with a long run of the tape EP-1 by EclectikTronik (Ben Roberts.) An other tape played in the process is by The … Continue reading Rinus in the Mulinen Studio #1
An all-nighter live and direct from NK in Berlin, when a series of musicians put their hands to Satie's vexations. Read all the information at the NK side, who's playing, what this piece is about, the history of it, and so on, then come back to our side to get your ears to it. NK.Satie … Continue reading NK LIVE – Twelve Hours of Satie’s Vexations
William Nurdin lives in the north east of France. He travels. He stays at home. He visits friends. Once a week he meets like minded people and transmits a radio show, basically the transmission of a sonic encounter. Every week Radio On receives an edited version of this encounter. What happens? One cannot tell. There … Continue reading William Nurdin and Friends – Au Pays des Merveilles #8
This will be the first edition of a new program. Radio On is very glad to have PUNK IS DADA join our cast of program makers. If so far some of our programs or their content could be classified as experimental, it is PUNK IS DADA who takes it to an other level. In her … Continue reading PUNK IS DADA SPEAKS