Dai Coelacanth – Radio Graveyard

The Radio Graveyard is open from Midnight until 6AM (Berlin time). Come in. Find an open coffin. Make your self comfortable. What you hear, may not be real. Graveyard Radio sound has wormy acoustics. Technically, it's not even sound. Your host is Dai Coelacanth. An outsider. An alphabet man. A Rat baby. You may have … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – Radio Graveyard

Mitt Paté #34 – We need emotional content

Go to the main square of your city, pueblo or village. It is full of beautiful plastic flowers. Are you Made in China? When we meet in Rome be sure it will be on a black and white day, back in 1961. A rough day at the soldier's disco, smells of gasoline, reading the same … Continue reading Mitt Paté #34 – We need emotional content

Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté #29 (FEAR NO MUSIC)

This will be a cinematographic experience, you think. Agnès Pe will take us to the pacific, wartime pacific where big warships slide slowly through the waters. The wind carries a song. A Japanese soldier washes his clothes on the beach. Soft seats, the darkness of the cinema, faces light up in the glow of a … Continue reading Agnès Pe – Mitt Paté #29 (FEAR NO MUSIC)

Invisible Object by Alan Dunn and Sculpture students at the Estonian Academy of Art, Tallinn

Alan Dunn started his career on Radio On with radiophonic collages he had made in the early years of the noughties. Those collages can still be heard on our radio. They have a sense for the epic, contain anthems, bad weather, radio voices and memories of 45rpm's turned grey. Alan Dunn is also a teacher. … Continue reading Invisible Object by Alan Dunn and Sculpture students at the Estonian Academy of Art, Tallinn