by Heinrich Dubel (DJ Officer, Officer) and Paul “Paulator” Paulun
The works of Dubel and Paulun on myths and mutations in popular
cultural and musical history â€“ for example James Dean (his death and
his Porsche) and Michael Jackson (as demon-engine of pedophilia) â€“ have
earned them a strong audience in the Berlin radio community.
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.
“Holy Babble” was produced at reboot.fm (Berlin/Germany, May 2005).
“The devil’s body is hard lyk yrn, his face is terrible.”
artist: Paul Paulun & Heinrich Dubel
radio station: reboot.fm, berlin
name: Holy Babble â€“ Glossolalia from the New Berlin
description: thematic audio and spoken text
comments: too short, lacking radia jingle, includes radia intro-outro, misses some ideal tracks, mainly
radia_07 is up on radio swap
sorry for delay and for all that are plyaing the program today
here is description:
[radia_07] toni dimitrov – thinner_sound_scape_mix (kanal 103)
artist: toni dimitrov
radio station: kanal 103 [www.kanal103.com.mk]
description: dj mix from thinner releases tracks
at the beginning of the new century when the dub revival sound emerged in the contemporary electronic music and it reached the highest level, thinner was one of the most expanding labels pushing that sound beyond its borders. this trend of fusioning dub sound with contemporary dance styles emerged in berlin around the hard wax record store and labels maurizio, rhythm and sound, chain reaction… creating a new deep techno sound combined with dub. Than the labels like force tracks, ~scape, meteosound… took the idea and continued with it adding a contemporary production. thinner was one of the first net labels that deserves to be on same level like the above mentioned labels.
i have been continuously following their sound from the first release through the period of the fast development, and have been presenting on my radio programs where the constant change and variations of the sound could be easily noticed. they are persistently changing the combinations of styles in mixing dub sound with any other contemporary dance form, for instance: techno, house, clicksâ€™ nâ€™ cuts and even trance and ambient… and of course changing into production, following latest production accomplishments. every release is as fresh as can be, presenting the sounds of the moment. at the end of every year im making lists of the best albums, singles, artists and labels of that year. According to the originality, general achievements in music and approach, thinner was label of the year for 2002.
later thinner also started a sub label named autoplate, a base for more experimental sound excursions defined as â€˜music for headphonesâ€™. sometimes they are droney or dark ambient, but their sound is also very close to thinner duby ambiences. artists that release on thinner as well often provide their ambient work to autoplate.
i can freely say that it was amazingly hard to choose a selection of one hour of music from my favorite label for the last couple of years… a label from which i like all the stuff… nevertheless it was necessary to choose something for this mix. all these tacks are from the latest thinner releases and one from the autoplate release. they are all under creative common license. the sound varies from ambient and clicks n cuts to regular thinner duby house stuff. use it for after-hours, afterparties, chilling out, for deep dance floors and home parties or just for relaxing and yr own listening pleasure. enjoy!
vladislav delay – demo(n) cuts c – demo(n) cuts ep [thn066]
krill.minima – nautica – crossways [thn070-1]
lomov – sommersumpf – holzwege [apl028]
digitalverein – window and figure, space and volume – changes [thn067]
benfay – the carribean bar (paul’s starlight remix) – va: one touch button remixes [thn060]
johan skugge – barceloneta – skyddsnisch ep [thn061]
swat squad – popo – lunatica mep [thn064]
veer – the path – where nothing ever happened [thn072]
lomov – hanussen – mounting stags [thn071]
jeff bennett – lowdown – lowdown ep [thn063]
selffish – the film – ena [thn055]
holger flinsch – moonfloat – the watcher and the tower [thn053]
deluge – veryultra – the metapop complex [thn069]
holger flinsch – pole -discovery ep [thn065]
t-polar – global animal dub – tonal soul ep [thn062]
dennis desantis – reflexive calvinist twitch – transatlantic nightclub ep [thn052]
benfay – warm home – one touch button music [thn054]
alice mackay & benfay – jump (jensen & verveine remix) – lighthouse ep [thn068]
Yes, I couldn’t help it, it was stronger than me.
I have changed some stuff on Radia 04 (mostly level stuff) and I have changed the ending (I forgot this really good quote – tss tss). The metadata are also more acurate…
As yesterday was a fight with time, I took some more today… So, Radia-stations, if you would be so kind to upload the Radia 04 (not Radia4) mp3, in about half an hour (so after 24h GMT+1, april 26, 2005) .
I hope I am not too late, and that you can take the trouble of re-downloading…
I have worked hard on this…
I = Wendy Van Wynsberghe, am uploading Radia O4 at this very moment!
This radio show is content-wise made with the material of Cuisine Interne Keuken, a project in which we (Constant vzw) ask precarious/cultural workers how they make a living. This project started because we were curious how other people – mostly without a fixed income – lived and if they have a certain strategy… So we started interviewing all the people, mostly artists, that we encountered. A better explantion can be found here.
For this we made a questionnaire, with 17 questions. It even evolved into a physical installation – but that is another story…
In the month of october of last year Constant was invited to City of Women, a festival in Ljubjana, to work on Cuisine Interne Keuken and to interview people around and about the festival. Most voices that you hear in Ran Radia 04 come from these recordings (savour the accents!).
For the “musicalization” I used field recordings (for example a supermarket in Ljubljana) and I played with bits and bobs of the interviews (laughter, certain words…) or new recordings (there is one moment I play with money! ha!).
In the beginning I “let” people introduce themselves, their names, then ages, and from then on it is more about their situation. In the middle of Radia 4, people start describing their workspace, which they drew. The linking sound of these bits of interview are actually the hums in my working space, especially for this project (I worked in the cellar, with the servers and de-humidifiers humming their songs -I got used to them! And with the street and ventilator working at my right ear…)
Anway, there is something I shouldn’t forget to mention, I have also used some sounds of the Freesound Project, a collaborative database of Creative Commons licensed sounds.
In any case, let me know what you think…
****UPDATE : it’s now on radioswap. Once logged, go to the UPDATED VERSION!i!i!i!i
Radia 03, coming in from Tilos Radio can be found there : http://lab.mokk.bme.hu/Members/sanyi/tunein
with all the relevant info. It will also be archived on radioswap soon (i will also archive radia 02 on radioswap for eventual future rebroadcast)
In this show i present two of the musical approaches i use in my works.
The first part deals with sound feedback and the ideas of sound behavior in an acoustical environment. I’ve developed a plain ‘instrument’ that is a combination of a play-telephone and sound feedback. So only with an amplifier two resonant boxes, cord and a pair of microphones i try to explore and show how the sound interfere in an environment. Getting result i find musical without controlling the sound and its properties, instead of setting up environment for it to evolve.
The second approach i show here deals with a bit opposite idea. A macro approach to sound where i use already existing music result (mainly music that has a status of ‘popular’) that i recontextualize with a small sound toy i programmed. I find this as a way to respond and recycle that aural information that is the dominant in the medias around me.
This show is a mixture of, recorded audio presentations i gave for the tools i developed at runme-dorkbot events, and the actual music results i produced.
Corrosion Suite by Dan Wilson
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.
The ten Radia partners will broadcast it between the 4th an 10th of April. Link to the show (you need a login to radioswap to access it)