to się nie uda – not asleep

Krakòw is a modest, but not to be underestimated node in the European cultural landscape for anything considering 'sound.' Marcin Barski and Konrad Gęca are two surveyors in this landscape who over the years helped to map the territory, talking about it, walking it, setting out lines, observing locations, offering travellers a meal and a … Continue reading to się nie uda – not asleep

Today, 7. March – Live Show

This evening at 19.00 Berlin time we will go live on air. For the first half hour we ( Adrian Shephard and Rinus Van Alebeek) will be joined by Michal Libera. Michal might talk about his Neapolitan experiences with ghosts, skulls, neighbours, bars and songs, but he might also talk about future works on sounds, … Continue reading Today, 7. March – Live Show

Polish Journal volume 8 by Rinus Van Alebeek

The Polish Journals are a series of reports and observations recorded on tape with the use of a handheld sony walkman. The recordings are made on location. Sounds of the environment leak through. Volume 8 was recorded in the months October and November of the year 2017. The first part describes a visit to Amsterdam … Continue reading Polish Journal volume 8 by Rinus Van Alebeek

Polish Journal volume 5 by Rinus Van Alebeek

The Polish Journals are a series of reports and observations recorded on tape with the use of a handheld sony walkman. The recordings are made on location. Sounds of the environment leak through. The 5th volume reports of visits to Vienna, Berlin and Heerlen, while Poland is featured with sounds and descriptions of (parts of) … Continue reading Polish Journal volume 5 by Rinus Van Alebeek

Polish Journal, Volume 2 by Rinus Van Alebeek

The second volume of the Polish Journal covers the period from the end of April to the beginning of May 2017. Holding a cassette walkman I (=Rinus Van Alebeek) describe street scenes and views in Wroclaw. I observe life in an inner courtyard. I recorded occasional meetings, fragments from an evening out in a bar. … Continue reading Polish Journal, Volume 2 by Rinus Van Alebeek

Radio On Krakow – Politicians, Popes and Predators

A show recorded in a kitchen in Krakow, in Poland. Three men talking: Lukasz Kozak, Marcin Barski and yours sincerely. The kitchen show starts with a short discourse on Germans, but then takes off with reports on dying popes, angels, swastika's, bed bugs, killer bats, dolphins on acid, religious monkeys and serious politics. The musical … Continue reading Radio On Krakow – Politicians, Popes and Predators