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Speleoradio – Settembre

Torna l'appuntamento notturno di Speleoradio che di fatto quest'anno apre la stagione radiofonica ciromista.

Speleoradio è un esperimento di esplorazione del web alla ricerca di archivi sonori e radiofonici da tutto il mondo. Ogni mese una selezione di programmi o concerti da altre radio o esperienze di comunicazione. Un viaggio nello spazio, ma anche nel tempo.

Per questo mese di settembre Speleoradio ha scelto Radia, un network informale internazionale di radio da oltre 17 diversi paesi del mondo che promuove e produce trasmissioni e opere di radio art. 

Ecco la playlist dettagliata

Non perdetevi questo viaggio. Ogni notte a mezzanotte. 

* lunedi 3 settembre

- radia_s01_n006 - Bandidos Desesperados (Rádio Zero 2005-05-09)

radioshow with ground-breaking-dance-or-die portuguese music!

- radia_s01_n008 - Holy babble glossalalla from the New Berlin ( 2005-05-23)

In "Holy Babble" the psychodaemonic lingo of mythology is extracted from the Bible's Revelations, various song-texts and the abyssmal imaginations of the authors, and injected into a stream-of-consciosness-style set of electronica.

- radia_s01_n010 - devolve into II - a special Mix (ORF Kunstradio 2005-06-06)

This Mix was done from a CD with 35 tracks played in radmon mode.

- radia_s01_n001 - "Corrosion Suite" (Resonance FM 2005-04-04)

Resonance producer, Dan Wilson, of Epistaxis Time and The Exciting Hellebore Shew fame, provides the first composition in this European Radio symposium. This piece is composed of corroded and uncorroded metallic sounds sources.

* martedi 4 settembre

- radia_s02_n017 - The Wired Dudini Experiment ( 2005-07-25)

The latest exploits from the Berlin artists, Kevin Blechdom & Heidi Mortenson. Including short interviews, lots of music and jammin in real time. Angie Reed, Scream Club and more. Lots of stuff from the latest wired night in Berlin.

- radia_s02_n013 - Exotic Jam / are you hungary? (Tilos Radio 2005-06-27)

This special show is introduced and closed by a live project of Busa with folk musicians, called Zuboly, featuring Hungarian "unplugged folk bootlegs". The studio jam is produced by Mango and Polski, and the heart of the studio, Elm, together with the three above mentioned vocal beat gals and bwoys. They are no kings and queens really, just a happy street family. Take a trip with them.

- radia_s03_n021 - Rabbit Hole Variations (Resonance FM 2005-08-22)

A fantasia on Lewis Carroll and What-Not. The piece "Rabbit Hole Variations" is an intricate and peculiar fantasia using the work of Lewis Carroll as a jumping-off point for a series of sonic explorations that has space for everything from Marcel Duchamp to Elvis Costello, the Kings Singers to Guantanamera and the Clangers.

- radia_s04_n031 - by Not That Kyd (Radio Cult 2005-10-31)

An attempt at radio art, this program purposes to make you shake in your seat. You might get angry you might want to hug someone, you might want to cover your ears or you might just sit back and listen.

- radia_s04_n034 - Addicted to Life (Rádio Zero 2005-11-21)

Human being failures, error and non sense are the fields of study of The Marta. There is beauty in all of this. In the last 5 minutes the story of the first 55 is told, introducing all characteres of this psych-experimental voyage.

* mercoledi 5 settembre

- radia_s24_n298 - The Worm Radio Song Poem Radia Show (RadioWORM 2010-12-13)

This show consists of a number of songs that were made by the Radio WORM Song Poem Crew at the STRP Festival in Eindhoven (november 2010). The theme was '80ties cassette culture' and the idea was that the audience could choose a genre from a menu, write a text, pay 3 euro's, and then the Radio WORM Song Poem Crew would make the song with ‘original' 80ties gear (the most advanced device being a 4track cassette machine), hence the ‘vintage' sound qualities of the pieces. The song was delivered within a short time (5 - 30 minutes) to the client on cassette tape.

- radia_s06_n050 - The adventures of Khaosz Kapitany (Tilos Radio 2006-03-13)

The present compilation is a mix of music by Nino Rota, Felix Kubin, Sam and the Pharaoes, Alice Coltrain, Albert Einstein Commitee, Ganja Cru, Stock Hausen and Walkman, together with sound fragments picked from old horror videos, radio soap operas and avantgarde poetry with some instrumentral improvisation by Hungarian band leader Dr.Marias. This part is a sample from their special "Menza Brothers - Dadaist Culture Revue" - live instruments, with record manipulation and effects - and two voices reading-yelling found texts - with Khaosz Kapitany at the controls. Beware... mostly in Hungarian. OK, basically, it takes you through the purgatory, and .... let's see what happens at the end.

- radia_s24_n290 - artist as a wolf (Radio Corax 2010-10-18)

Go with your small radio during the radia show into an exhibition and spread the text without taking contact to the other visitors. Let your radio speak for you. And Christine Oppenheim sing for you.

- radia_s25_n302 - Leave in Silence (Radio Campus 2011-01-10)

"Turntables, Coxyde, Improvisation, Pipe Recording, Silence, Noise, Electro-magnetic sounds." Patrick Thinsy is a part of the radio show Martiensgohome on Radio Campus Bruxelles.

- radia_s27_n359 - Radio Readings (Wave Farm WGXC 90.7-FM 2012-02-13)

= Artists Max Goldfarb and Brian Dewan produced this "reading" of Velimir Khlebnikov's The Radio of the Future (1921) in 2011. A canoncial text, "Radio of the Future" may be the first real conceptualization of transmission art.

= Alison Knowles is a visual artist known for her soundworks, installations, performances, and books. She was a founding member of Fluxus, and recently Knowles offered her iconic performance "The Identical Lunch" to museum visitors as part of the Museum of Modern Art's Performance Exhibition Series. On the occasion of a summer garden party benefit for free103point9's FM radio station (WGXC). Alison Knowles performed one of her "Bean Turners," constructed from beans and paper, Bean Turners and are both book pages and sonic instruments.

= At the same summer garden party, acclaimed film and stage actor Hugh Dancy, performed F.T. Marinetti and Pino Masnata's "La Radia" (1933) a visionary text, if one that reveals the authors proclivity for Fascism. La Radia asserts what The Radio Must Not Be, what The Radio Abolishes, and what The Radio Will Be.

* giovedi 6 settembre

- radia_s28_n373 - THE TIME MACHINE Ufos ( 2012-05-21)

Between live mix, sound collage and scientific experiment, "The Time Machine" explores the many dimensions of past and present day electronic dance music, quantum-jumping the barriers within the genre, blurring the lines between past, present and future, with its search-lights focused on the rare and unusual.

- radia_s29_n387 - Latesummer_Night's_Dream (diving for pearls) (Rádio Zero 2012-08-27)

The perfect timing for shell hunting is immediately before and after low tide. At this timing, clandestine shell hunters suddenly come from the dunes and cross the low waters on foot. The small boats are stranded in the sand gently moving with the wind and soft south currents. The shell workers are now not only fisherman or related, but also people that have other activities or jobs, even lawyers, and they spend hours on the water to get 3 to 8 kg of clams to make a living. This collected field-recordings from and near the sand banks are edited and overlap different places where the shell hunting persists as a clandestine way of life.

- radia_s32_n464 - OOO by OOO (Radio Helsinki 2014-02-17)

OOO is radio and sound art collective from Austria. Radio Helsinki presents an excerpt of their recent work called OOO.

- radia_s32_n468 - On Failure (CKUT 2014-03-17)

This episode of Radia focuses on concept of failure and its sources using radio art as its exploratory medium. Failure of technology, Failure of language, Failure of colonialism, Failure to induce laughter...ultimately, failure to fail and many more expressions of failure, inaction and irrelevancy of success. James Goddard lives in Montréal, QC. He pays his bills by resisting oppressive working conditions and supporting better food options at Le Frigo Vert. He once interned at CKUT 90.3FM, before that he worked at CFRC 101.9FM and CHMA 106.9FM. His writing has appeared on Weird Canada and in Syphon magazine.

* venerdi 7 settembre

- radia_s33_n483 - Transmissions (Soundart Radio 2014-06-30)

Transmissions is a radio piece that seeks to listen to the past. It is a collage of transmissions voyaging through human broadcast history and reaching past our own galaxy. Lona Kozik is a pianist, composer and radio maker. "I play things. I write things. Sometimes I do both at the same time. Sometimes I play the things I write, but often times, I don't."

- radia_s38_n625 - Exquisite Corpse (a Radio Revolten Reprise 2017-03-20)

On 9th October 2016 members of the seminal international radio art network Radia came together in person for the first time in several
years. They decided to record a three hour exquisite corpse session ( based on the topic "longwave" as part of their contribution to the Radio Revolten Festival in Halle/Saale.

- radia_s39_n651 - Austrian Angst (Orange 94.0 2017-09-12)

The German language differentiates between fear (Furcht) and Angst (Angst). Furcht is clearly directed, rooted in our consciences. We know what we are afraid of, can name it, sometimes, we don't dare to express it but it is not labeled with a shattering uncertainty. The Austrian Angst is like the misty evening. Fog between the lines of conscience reception and anticipation. Blurring boundaries. We embody the present, we cannot flee escape from the present. The present is present. We cannot estimate the risks and vulnerability of the threat. We fight, freeze, focus, or flee based on the essence of our temper but between the foggy lines of this present a thought turns into a tree with little shiny fruits of terror.

- radia_s39_n661 - Dirar_Kalash (2017-11-20)

Dirar Kalash is a musician and sound artist whose work spans a wide range of musical and sonic practices within a variety of compositional and improvisational contexts. His performative and compositional approaches to instruments, techniques, and aesthetics are highly political as they challenge dichotomies, hierarchies, and binary logics of new/old and west/east as tools of cultural imperialism and hegemony. The methods he uses are based upon his research into the intersections and relationships of music and sound with other contexts such as language, architecture, mathematics, visual arts and further social and human sciences. His regular solo and collaborative performances include but are not limited to audio-visual performances, free jazz groups, string ensembles, solo piano, and live electronics.

2 settimana (10-14 settembre)

* lunedi 10 settembre

- radia_s05_n044 - Essays on Radio (can I have two minutes of your time?) (Rádio Zero 2006-01-30)

In the midst of media saturation, radio can easily end by being an overlooked medium, not only due to its lower visibility compared to most mainstream media but mostly because it is an un-visual medium. It is also one of the longer standing and of the oldest electronic media that is still alive, so the novelty factor is not a help. Radio was the first broadcast medium, as well as the first that was sound-specific and intangible. Historically, radio was the primary responsible for an awareness of sound that went beyond the strict scope of music. Radio is a saturated live medium, where much happens simultaneously.

- radia_s06_n057 - Lemorona presents (Lemurie TAZ 2006-05-01)

short sample from the workshop files and sound archives managed by the Art project Lemurie TAZ operating in Prague. Melange of sound files was chosen by an imaginary mascot a night creature named Lemorona who browsed through the dusty boxes full of tapes, records and cassettes.. includes: J.S.Bach Goldberg variations 6:09 min, origin unknown, "It is no recital at all". 12 min a 8 min - fragment from the sound mini workshop at The Fine Art Academy Brno. includes voice and sounds by Filip Nerad and Monika Fricova.

- radia_s07_n064 - Histoire d'eau (Radio Grenouille 2006-06-19)

Christophe Modica is a photographer, filmmaker and sound artist. He made a piece ignoring the borders between countries, treating as equals language and sound, music and voice, as a water sound doesn't need a translation. There is no secret "Histoire d'eau" is a work on water. Water feeds, washes, it can lack or overflow. Drought kills, so does a tidal wave. With the current, from ebb to flow, through health, hydration, struggle and waste, life is in a floating balance.

- radia_s08_n068 - Hymne aux scories (Radio Grenouille 2006-07-17)

Hymne aux scories (literally Anthem to scoriae) is made of plundered European nations anthems, spoken words and noise generator. Hymne aux scories is a kind of photographic DIY: snapshots that would look at each other, stolen and ready for transformation.

* martedi 11 settembre

- radia_s08_n070 - The Far-East-Side (Tilos Radio 2006-07-31)

DJ Sztyepp - Miraculous Mandarin. Some Hungarian or Chinese for you. Sztyepp is a DJ and musician, having written for and played in several bands from the experimental ethno band Uzgin Üver through hip hop bands to producing individual remixes. Working with samplers and hard disk recorder, as well as turntables and sequencers whent he is DJ-ing. THis compilation is from the repertoire of the Chinese show at Tilos, featuring Chinese, Taiwanese, Korean bands like MC Hot Dog and Drunken Tiger.

- radia_s08_n075 - underground ( 2006-09-04)

An Acoustic Composition by the Munich based artist, Marlena Corcoran. Corcoran was raised on the subways of New York. Hop on the Underground with her and listen to the voices of great cities of the world: Berlin, New York, Tokyo, Kyoto and Venice.

- radia_s09_n082 - wordgames (Radio Campus 2006-10-23)

Radio Campus and Constant vzw present Wordgames, a rough radio mix. Featuring voices (Marijs Boulogne and An Mertens) recorded in the context of VebindingenJonctions 9 and music by Plochingen, Overthruster and Indu Mezu.

- radia_s09_n083 - assembly line story (Rádio Zero 2006-10-30)

What kind of space is build by mixed references and what story can be build with them? This lie that I bring you is a deception on senses. Like hidden small children hitting keys on a loose keyboard behind a curtain in front of an intelectual assistance. Well, what kind of "great art" do they perceive? Another way to put it is to go to a party and jump around conversations. Call it collage, call it pastiche but also composing and directing. It's all about this: cut this bit here and join it there and present it through this very small door opening. What does it mean? The answer is, off course, between each pair of ears.

* mercoledi 12 settembre

- radia_s09_n085 - emotional landscape (Kanal 103 2006-11-13)

The show features music created with processed guitar sounds and software synths. It may disturb you or make you sleep. Or may pass you by. Take u to vast cosmos teritories or deep underground chambers... It's up to u...

- radia_s09_n088 - Sargasso sea - The nest (Lemurie TAZ 2006-12-04)

the documentation of the sound and music program The Nest of Games, located in the Rudolfinum Gallery in Prague 2000. A three weeks exhibition of sound objects, performances, concerts.The recording collage recall the event visited by 20 000 people, interacting with approximatelly 30 sound installations, creating noise unheard in the decent gallery for contemporary art.

- radia_s25_n303 - Paivascapes (Rádio Zero 2011-01-17)

This piece, created by the Binaural/Nodar collective, is a sound narrative about the Paiva River, located in Northern Portugal. This river runs for about 112 Km. It's spring is near the village of Carapito in Moimenta da Beira Municipality and it ends in the Douro River, near Castelo de Paiva. Not many years ago the Paiva was considered one of the least polluted rivers in Europe and is classified by EU as a Site of Community Importance within the Natura 2000 network. The recordings of the river itself are taken from different perspectives: overall soundscapes of different sections of the river and details of the water flow and the local fauna, both recorded above water and underwater.

- radia_s25_n317 - alarmist plot (Radio Panik 2011-04-25)

Some people say there are only 609 days left for human kind (according to the Maya calendar). Others pretend the Last Judgment is ongoing. Then that is little time to read again Mathew (24-25) or the Book of Revelations. This work started with the will to use the words of a preacher i recorded few years ago in Basel (CH).

* giovedi 13 settembre

- radia_s26_n326 - Anarchy in the Brewery (XL Air 2011-06-27)

It's an improvised assembly of found footage, gathered over the last three months, from broadcasts we set up in collaboration with the fine people of radio de la Liberté at the Belle Vue brewery in Brussels.

- radia_s29_n390 - Sketch For Matter (Resonance FM 2012-09-17)

The opening sequence of the Michael Powell/Emeric Pressburger film A Matter Of Life And Death (1946) provides the inspiration and much of the raw material for this fugitive mediation on the romance of radio, heavily influenced by the delightful theories of Friedrich A. Kittler. The audio comprises a) a nine second cymbal crash removed from the final edit of an album by Kinnie The Explorer, recorded by Bob Drake and "PaulStretched" to 28 minutes by Dan Wilson; b) Foley aircraft sounds from the film soundtrack; and c) dialogue from the film soundtrack, featuring David Niven (Peter) and Kim Hunter (June).

- radia_s29_n392 - Elektronik Teatime Live-Recording from the Paraflow-Festival 2012 (Orange 94.0 2012-10-01)

The current recording you will listen to took place during the paraflow-festival on 23rd of September 2012. Starting with some preparation around 6 pm, many people joined the session and included sound, texts, voice, streamings, and visuals or cakes, analoge and digital. It lasted till 11 pm. Besides the concept of withdrawing performance-pressure from the artists, it's main goal is some kind of trial-and-error of many different locations and acoustic surroundings, including out-door and no electricity, temporary used spaces or stages.

- radia_s29_n397 - ISTANBUL COURTHOUSTEP ( 2012-11-05)

With support from Europe's and the world's biggest palaces of justice, and with a vision of solving the problems of unemployment and using F- and T-type prisons as for-profit companies with cheap labor, "Advanced Justice" is surging towards becoming a global brand: The world's largest palace of justice (courthouse) is under construction in Istanbul's Kartal district .

* venerdi 14 settembre

- radia_s33_n491 - FROM CHINA (radio x 2014-08-25)

"Childhood Stories is an art project with sociological approach: it composes narrations of individuals about their childhood in order to create an authentic image of the social environment they grew up in. Therefore we gather material about childhood in a specific country by using a questionnaire. The answers are anonymized, translated and used as literary material, they are condensed or cut up, then arranged in a dramatic text - that's Regina's part. Christian composes the music using field recordings from the respective country. The result is an artistic documentary in form of an audio drama.
Childhood Stories China 2012 gives insight in the 1980s and 1990s in China's urban middle class." [R.D./C.M.]

- radia_s33_n498 - Ethiopian Son (RadioWORM 2014-10-13)

A collaboration that was staged during the Poetry International festival between the Argentine poet Gambarotta and X Static Tics (also known under names like Worm Sound Crew and Dr. Klangendum). Originally played live it is an audio drama in which the text of Gambarotta almost forms a kind of score. It's said that at some point in the twentieth century, the great Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa published an essay with the title ‘My Son the Ethiopian'. It was dedicated with mocking irony to one of his teenage sons who, while studying at an expensive London private school, had converted to Rastafarianism. This is dedicated to all those who once were Ethiopian children.

- radia_s35_n540 - Fantôme (JET FM 2015-08-03)

realized for the exhibit "Ghosts' Strips" presented at "La Ferme Du Buisson" (Noisiel, France) in April, 2015. The exhibit initiated by Gwen de Bonneval and the scenographer Philippe Dupuy, shows comic strips' projects that never have been published, remained for years in their author's boxes. In one of the two exhibit's rooms, the public can listen to a 4 surround channels sound track which illustrate ghostly extracts' pictures of these projects. Henry Landré's idea was to try to pursue the ghost's presence with slidings, frictions, crackles and other voices which tickle the ear... trying to define what could be this untouchable presence. For him, in a wider way, Radio are the Ghosts.

3 settimana (17-21 settembre)

* lunedi 17 settembre

- radia_s10_n097 - Apocalypso - The Cosmic War Dance of Sun Ra's Army ( 2007-02-05)

When the composer and mystic, Sun Ra, returned to his native Saturn on May 30th, 1993, he left behind a vast and varied body of recorded musical works. Up until now, much of this music has been unavailable to the public. But, through a series of séances conducted in the studios of Radio 1:1, Mister Re informed us that on Sunday, July 30th, 2006, between the hours of 4-6 pm, he will be returning to this planet in astral form with a special message for the people of earth. And he will not be alone.

- radia_s12_n124 - The end of history "La Radia" (Radio Corax 2007-08-13)

With edited sounds of the common italian radio is Jackie Bruce commenting Marinettis 20 theses from the Futuristic Manifest "La Radia", which was published in Oct of 1933 in Turin. The Manifest created a specific art-form for the media Radio, pathetic and utopistic - similiar to lots of Popsongs.

- radia_s13_n128 - Space Is The Place Vol. 1 (Rádio Zero 2007-09-10)

"Each space has the potential to expand the perception of a sound. This program departs from several artists own descriptions and reflections on specific spaces to expand the long debate on architectural and acoustic space while simultaneously keeping the focus in the listening experience."

* martedi 18 settembre

- radia_s14_n145 - RetroSonoGrafia II (Lemurie TAZ 2008-01-07)

The break of the year always tends to force people into evaluating past. This program is a result of Lemurie looking at the last year recordings and trying to get something new from them. What you're about to here in this show is a non-commented mix of most of the programs Lemurie produced, organised and initiated during the last year. Included are excerpts from regular radio jams [AUDIO BloKs], samples from Share events Lemurie co-organized and recordings from workshops [such as pirate-radio workshop we did in Bratislava]..

- radia_s15_n152 - Canticles of the First Floor (Rádio Zero 2008-02-25)

This work crosses three layers: 1) Recording inside a taxi of excerpts of the "Bad Marriage Mantra" (Erik Belgum) broadcast in Antena 2, with driver's and passengers' commentaries. 2) Fragments of the "Song of Solomon" (King James version) read by Rich, Audrey and Claire; synthesized voices by AT&T. 3) Recordings selection of my first-floor neighbours, who emit in a non-stop basis, in closed circuit, the most varied insults and agressions which translation would become injurious. There is also a dog and its transfiguration.

- radia_s15_n153 - Learning Tibetan (Resonance FM 2008-03-03)

The programme finds Echo and Hannes celebrating the Tibetan new year with Tibetans in Germany and turns into a crash course of the Tibetan language.

* mercoledi 19 settembre

- radia_s16_n165 - Swiss-Balkan Creative Music Project (Kanal 103 2008-05-26)

this weeks radia program is a mix from 2 improv sessions done in prishtina and skopje as a part of the Swiss-Balkan Creative Music Project. The project happened in several cities on Balkans and several concerts in this cities happened mixing swiss with balkan musicians. The aim of this project is to developp new links between swiss and balkan musicians in the field of contemporary improvised music.

- radia_s26_n338 - Nikola Tesla: Tribute to an outlaw of science (TEA FM 2011-09-19)

Now, the School of Creative Radio TEA FM from Zaragoza has developed a radio documentary based on the life and work of Nikola Tesla, who recovered a sound of his voice testimony. Developed in documentary format and a small piece of radiotheatre, we launched into the air several questions regarding the development of technologies that Tesla launched almost 100 years ago, and his relationship with Edison. We also let the air in the ratio of large companies and the energy business in front of the universal spirit of Nikola Tesla and his claim, denied by many, to create free energy and free for everyone.

- radia_s27_n343 - Cabaret of Complexity (Rádio Zero 2011-10-24)

Last 21st October 2011, radio meet cars meet musicians in the garage bellow Maus Habitos, Future Places Festival HQ in Porto, Portugal. Two radio stations, Radio Futura 102.1 MHz and Radio Manobras 91.5MHz provided their frequencies to carry music and chaos into six audio tuned automobiles from the Portuguese community. Peter Principle composed a loose composition, grouping cars, musicians on frequency, garage sounds and more musicians. The complex setup worked into two floors of music, performance and radio, where out of sight musicians where channelled into these powerful, personalized, sound system on wheels. Performance for 2 radio stations, six cars, one composer, and an innumerable number of musicians.

* giovedi 20 settembre

- radia_s27_n345 - Lascia o raddoppia? (Resonance FM 2011-11-07)

In 1956 the 18 year old Walter Marchetti won an Italian tv quiz show. He went on to become a notable avant-garde composer (notably co-founding ZAJ) and a confirmed friend of John Cage, whom he helped win the same quiz a few years later. This piece attempts to revivify Marchetti's experience, using transcripts of the original television broadcasts. Ernesto Tomasini plays over-the-top quiz master Mike Bongiorno and the taciturn Walter Marchetti in this poorly recorded live performance of "Lascia o raddoppia?" at Raven Row, London, July 2011, by the Resonance Radio Orchestra. Featuring Tom Besley (electric guitar), Adam Bushell (percussion), Olly Porter (electric guitar), Elly MacDonald (violin), and Chris Weaver (electronics). Written and directed by Ed Baxter as part of "Gone with the Wind." Note: the text is in Italian.

- radia_s29_n402 - 'Hitler' A radio play (RadioWORM 2012-12-10)

When we only hear the voices, they enter our heads, we can't keep them out, and therefore we have to engage with them. We have to never forget them and we have to recognise that the times have not changed very much at all.

- radia_s29_n406 - Radio Arctic (Radio Študent 2013-01-07)

We bring you a mashap of authentic recordings from the Arctic, made by Marko Peljhan and his team, from one of their Arctic Perspective Initiative's mission: therein recordings, local radio communications over short waves and folklore and pop music from the Arctic. "In the Arctic, there are the openest public radio stations. The radio station does not have a key, anyone can come on the radio and do the show."

* venerdi 21 settembre

- radia_s30_n412 - Fresh Air (Curious Broadcast 2013-02-18)

Fresh Air is a large-scale sound art piece curated and created by the Dublin Laptop Orchestra. The piece was written to address the sad truth that many common, household and automobile air-fresheners are heavily carcinogenic. The fact that people are willing to put their lives in danger in order to preserve nothing more than the aesthetic qualities of their world typifies the form over function attitude prevalent in our society and is something which we felt was important to deal with. The work is in three sections, (1) Breathe In(side) by Brian Dillon, (2) Form by Gregory Jackson and (3) A Comparison of Worth by Bernhardt McKenna.

- radia_s31_n448 - A story of resistence in contemporary Turkey (Orange 94.0 2013-10-28)

Istanbul, Sisli. At the end of january 2013 the boss of the Kazova textile factory in Istanbul told his Workers, that they should leave their place. At first they were told that this was just for an vacation, but soon they learned, that they actually didn´t have a working contract anymore. The workers startet to resist. And they startet to produce again as an cooperative. An acoustic impression of the restistence of Kazova Textil workers.

- radia_s36_n572 - Jacovitti & The Salami (RadioWORM 2016-03-14)

There is comic writer Benito's Javovitti's underestimated promotion of the Salami AN SICH, as a concept, as a weapon, as an ideology. And there is a growing scene of Salami awareness around the world... An underground cult that is still under the radar but will inevitably find world domination -or at least some form of tax evasion. So with the spicy taste still in his mouth, Dr Klangendum went and looked for some entities that could explain him the basics of Salamiism.

- radia_s36_n576 - Evil Earth's Notebook (Radio Študent 2016-04-11)

In Evil Earth's Notebook one hears Rascic read quotes, notes, loose associations, and custom-software generated text in the hypnotic-poetic verbal performance exploring the notions of landscape, mountains, new optics, vertical imaging and remote perspective. Evil Earth is a project dealing with the representation of landscape under contemporary conditions of visuality. As Marjorie Hope Nicholson outlines in Mountain Gloom, Mountain Glory, the shift in mountain attitudes in writings of the English poets of the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries came about due to advances in science and technology, Evil Earth explores the cognitive shift happening today. The basic question asked is how does our perception and understanding of nature, earth and our environment change under the influence of contemporary consumer modes of visualization and screen technologies?

4 settimana (24-28 settembre)

* lunedi 24 settembre

- radia_s17_n188 - It's a Money Party - a global youtube election redux ( 2008-11-03)

It's a Money Party - a global youtube election redux, brought to you by Berlin Backyard Radio. Featuring excerpts from youtube remixed news and comedy, presented by the circus runaways.

- radia_s18_n198 - "OUT OF SPACE" war of the worlds (Orange 94.0 2009-01-12)

Live-Radio-Drama on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Orson Welles' interpretation of H.G. Wells' novel War of the Worlds on Oct 30th 1938.
A scenic reading, electroacoustic performance, incl. live-streaming and live terrestrial broadcasting. "When it comes to radio and audio we are much closer to the subliminal text of our society. Literature and audio open up a new reception onto the vestiges of the accelerated world." - Lale Rodgarkia-Dara

- radia_s20_n218 - Disasteroid (Radio Grenouille 2009-06-01)

This piece might sound a bit "spaced out", we give you that. Still, this is for Radia and everything is allowed, even this "sound collage" that strain our ears to a sky all-sewn with fantasies, science and poetry. 28 minutes to listen to an open space and all the things that man can project to the stars, with his mind, fictions and technological means. 28 minutes to carry you into a state of deep meditation where the body seems to float in a strange fluid ?

* martedi 25 settembre

- radia_s20_n226 - Rugradio (Wave Farm WGXC 90.7-FM 2009-07-27)

Rugradio is produced by Maria Papadomanolaki and free103point9 (US) for Radia (EU). Rugradio is an improvised, modern, yet outdated sci-fi exploration of Mariaâs collection of music, sounds and sonic memoirs, compiled exclusively for radio. The program contains: field recordings from Athens and Crete (Greece), Wave Farm (Acra, New York), mixed with voice, radio and radio static, digital noise and audio glitch, samples from a song by the Carpenters, poems by T.S Eliot and Yiannis Ritsos, and finally original and borrowed (Thurston Moore), guitarscapes.

- radia_s22_n256 - the nocturnal state of the city (Kanal 103 2010-02-22)

This piece of radia composition is made of lofi noises, crackles and subtle dubscapes which from the artists view depict the nocturnal state of the city. Inside the house where hums and noises from electronic appliances are generated and outside where distant sounds occupy space, reverbed voices from insomniacs, lovers and lonesome whistlers fill in the silence.

- radia_s23_n265 - two factories (Rádio Zero 2010-05-03)

"two factories" is produced by Carlos Santos and Paulo Raposo with Rádio Zero (PT) for Radia (EU). The program departs from field recordings made on two abandoned factories on the industrial outskirt of Lisbon. The collected sounds explore the empty space, the empty rooms and technological leftovers and debris of what once was breathing with life, people and machinery. the factories were central to the villages providing employment and subsistence to thousands of families. Now they are just a shadow, a strange body, waiting in decay for replacement and erasure. Besides the sounds, the program contains readings from the current legislation on unemployment as published on the portuguese labour laws, "diário da républica".

* mercoledi 26 settembre

- radia_s23_n275 - glorious mono ( 2010-07-05)

This is radio show # 275 of season 23 of the Radia weekly comissioned radio art programs. It was submited by Reboot. It was broadcasted in all Radia stations in the week from 05.07.2010 to 11.07.2010.

- radia_s23_n276 - I Am A Strange Loop (Radio One 91 FM 2010-07-12)

Full Fucking Moon : 'I Am A Strange Loop' - Radia Mix (27:50) Documentation of a live event which doesn't merely reiterate it, Full Fucking Moon's 'I Am a Strange Loop', with its kaleidoscopic shifts, fragments and interwoven threads of live streams, opens the listener's ear to the multi-dimensional non-linearity of radio space, its mazes, veils and etheric folds, its membranes and mirrorings. This piece's original life was as a dual-stream simulcast across both FM and AM channels (the stations Radio One 91FM and Toroa Radio 1575AM, respectively), which began at 1pm and ended at 2pm on Saturday 20th April 2010, in Dunedin, New Zealand, a commissioned work by The Blue Oyster Art Project Space as part of their annual performance series.

- radia_s23_n278 - Radio Zeit#2 (Radio Papesse 2010-07-26)

Radio ZEIT is a sound composition which aims to use the radio spectrum as a mechanism of time exploration. The installation is programmed in MATLAB environment and programming language used for interactive and generative applications. So, the composition has a soul linked to deeper interactive quotient variation in results depending on space and time of detection. The mechanism of Radio ZEIT scans the entire FM radio compared by scaling each unit every 10 seconds and aggregates the results in 64 minutes of sound sequences.

- radia_s24_n287 - You're on Next (Resonance FM 2010-09-27)

Interviews with DJs from the London free party scene. Produced by Tom Wallace. This piece explores the experiences of six DJs who have all been involved in the vibrant free party scene in the 1990s. The interviews explore how they got involved in the scene, how they view their craft and recall the magic moments and mishaps along the way. These are set against the warped sonics of the sound systems they played on.

* giovedi 27 settembre

- radia_s27_n351 - Global Prayers Religion'n'Roll Radio ( 2011-12-19)

Piko Be's Religion'n'Roll Radio - Tobias Yves Zintel, Pollyester, Polyversal Souls" Impressions of St. Agnes in Berlin, Kreuzberg - rent by a congregation named "Citykirche". Memories of The Church Of The Little Green Man - a gathering place for artists and outlaws. Sounds of the Theaterkapelle in Berlin, Friedrichshain - an eventspace, where also burials are taking place.

- radia_s27_n358 - Oramic Radio Sounds (TEA FM 2012-02-06)

In 1959 she installed her Oramics Studios for Electronic Composition in Tower Folly, a converted oast house at Fairseat, near Wrotham, Kent. Her output from the studio, mostly commercial, covered a far wider range than the Radiophonic Workshop, providing background music for not only radio and television but also theatre and short commercial films. She was also commissioned to provide sounds for installations and exhibitions. Other work from this studio included electronic sounds for Jack Clayton's 1961 horror film The Innocents, concert works including Four Aspects and collaborations with opera composer Thea Musgrave and Ivor Walsworth.

- radia_s30_n417 - CEREBRO (JET FM 2013-03-25)

Cerebro is the result of the meeting between Nathalie Blanc, geograph-poet and SemoNO!LinA/Amaury Bourget, musician. During 2008/09, they worked together and composed 3 pieces with the texts written and read by Nathalie Blanc. Acrobatic science fiction, this text tempts to cavort in limbo of a little bit atmospheric reflection, but which try to exhaust the detail of what is expressed here exactly, that is to say the future, our future... These pieces are written to be live played, what the duet will make in particular for the Poetry international biennial event in Val-de-Marne, in 2009. As suggested by JetFM, the project has been "updated" in a version which becomes trilingual (French, Portuguese, English) and accomodated musically.

- radia_s30_n427 - Crisis, what Crisis? (TEA FM 2013-06-03)

We are in crisis, yes. But, what crisis? Financial Crisis? Moral Crisis? Crisis of values? Existential? Are we aware of it? Too many questions that are one. And answers in the air, everyone's head and into the hands of very few. This radio documentary attempts to reflect this crisis posing a series of questions to answer which each can give. A work consisting of sounds from Chuse Fernandez, Fulvio d'Orazio, Juanjo Palacios, Miss Jenny Tails and Paco Rossique and Leonor Bruna's voice in German texts by Bertolt Brecht, Erich Kästner and an anonymous poem with info cuts from BBC news, NBC and La Sexta TV.

* venerdi 28 settembre

- radia_s31_n444 - Radio-Magic Smut Box (CKUT 2013-09-30)

CKUT's Audio Smut Radio Collective presented a sound art installation for Montreal's Perverscité Festival this past August. They merged queer sex stories, both true and fictional, poems and spoken word pieces, recorded in audio form, or performed live. The results reflect surprising facets of being queer, being trans, memorable moments and empowerment. Explicit sexual content and language warning! check your local broadcasting on-air guidelines.

- radia_s31_n453 - radioCona: Protests in Slovenia 2012-2013 (Radio Student 2013-12-02)

During the closing months of 2012, Slovenia has seen a series of mass popular protests. Thirty thousand demonstrators gathered on November 17 for the first protest, organised by trade unions, students, and organisations of retired people and artists.

- radia_s37_n600 - Special Collage (TEA FM 2016-09-26)

On 3-7 February 2005, there was a first meeting of radio stations in Berlin under the banner of NERA (New European Radio Art). The decision was taken to start a broadcast season the following April, and an email discussion list was set up on which the name Radia was finally settled on.
The originally Radia found members were 9 radio stations and now we are 29 radio stations, webradios and art-radio projects that broadcast the Radia weekly show and produce shows in turns. Can you hear it? This is creativity and sound art. This is RADIA. Welcome.

- radia_s37_n603 - Postcards from ISISTANBUL ( 2016-10-17)

New global power complexes demand new multi-sensory ways of seeing power and sensing one's own position in it: new sets of sensory politics. Following the concept of "altered states"—a geopolitics spectralized by sensory overload and dispossession and by the relocation of power in the post-democratic or post-digital era— the 2/5BZ works " SERHILDUB vs. ISISTANBUL " reconsider what is (or was) referred to as Sustainable ISISolation States, TISA-ISIStanbul Hologram Doctrines, Spywarezullah Harassment Agencies, Golden Age Palaverel Universes, Eurottoman and Nattoman Empire/Autonomie of Hardcore Ultra Modernism.

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