The wonderful world of Radio On

Radio On started in the year 2006. Not every show was archived. But a lot were. We found friends and listeners all over the world. Like-minded people contributed with their shows in the past, present and hopefully also in the future. We have a vast archive of shows that we have transmitted over the last … Continue reading The wonderful world of Radio On

Dominic Smith – The Exploded Lunch, report four: Welcome to the dream library

From Dominic Smith's introduction to this show The dreams you hear in this episode were collected from within the ‘Circle of Trust’. I sent out magnetic tape-based Dictaphones and asked participants to record their dreams in the morning. I chose tape because I also wanted to use a medium that would potentially be affected by … Continue reading Dominic Smith – The Exploded Lunch, report four: Welcome to the dream library

Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté: R u A Symphonie? Bc ur fantastique

I once lived next to a volcano. I felt happy in the cold winter. Everyday I walked out to see the snow-capped crater. I felt lucky when I saw smoke signals. It was the last century and the air was still filled with visions of a possible future. Orchestra Tuning / Warm Up - Clean … Continue reading Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté: R u A Symphonie? Bc ur fantastique

The Tape Review Show – parallel worlds

Adrian Shephard and Rinus van Alebeek play and discuss tapes, but not only. Adrian reads a page from the Giger diary like Giger (in a Swedish/Swiss accent), because he visited an exhibition in Berlin and includes the works of Hans Bellmann in his review. But art is not for eternity, more topics get discussed: boosters, … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – parallel worlds

One hour with Mr. Vast

Mr. Vast in the studio, and Jörg Hochapfel was also our guest, he played guitar and records (Hunger). Mr. Vast threw one story after the other, about smacking the audience in the face, ass prints and angel wings, the downfall of the British Royal family. We wanted to talk about hunger (Hunger), but nothing was … Continue reading One hour with Mr. Vast