Guerilla recordings with a handheld walkman Dai’s monthly show combines lofi cassette quality with raw sound poetry and recordings from his every day life. Old tapes are used in the process. The original message or song leaks through.
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
We don't need words at the moment. 1. Psycho Twins - More - MC - The End Of Fear 2. The Equals - Police on my Back - single 3. Adrian T. Bell - Viva La Revolution - LP - A Different World 4. Jonah's Jubilee - Scene One - CD - going blind for … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – A mixed bag
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
Our session was kindly assembled by Michael Stordeur, son of the composer and shall pave the way to his label documenting the « lost works » of André…We are PROUD to offer 2 powerful live recorded 40 years ago , as well as a composition for Tablas & Electronics + a little lullaby to pack it up. … Continue reading Modulisme#8 – André Stordeur
The first show by Dominic Smith in what will become a series of twelve. The shows will be broadcasted first by Stars and Shadows Cinema radio in Newcastle. They have generously agreed to our radio re-proposing the series. Dominic has written an extensive introduction to the show. "The subject of this first report is vast. … Continue reading Dominic Smith – The exploded lunch, Report one — Breaking through — Diodes, transistors, tables and tapes.
So we tried to make a piece of content of a new kind - and we did not succeed at all - we did our best speaking about general stuff doing our best to make a radio show not about nazlo records - but apparently there is nothing else we shall speak about according to … Continue reading Wassily Bosch – Anonymous stories from deep Russia
Guerilla recordings wth a handheld walkman Dai’s monthly show combines lofi cassette quality with raw sound poetry and recordings from his every day life. Old tapes are used in the process. The original message or song leaks through.
That's so good. Somewhere in the middle a hole appears in the mix, falling right through it you find yourself possessed by Luc Ferrari's ghost, and while the whispers take hold of your soul, the landscape slowly changes, and you find yourself back mumblecoring along in an American indie. Lucky enough the world is more: … Continue reading Mitt Paté by Agnès Pe – Toll the bells