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resonancefm 08.05 – 14.05.2006 (show #58)
radio.cult 15.05. – 21.05. (show #59)
tilos 22.05. – 28.05. (show #60)
radio campus 29.05. – 04.06. (show #61)
riist 05.06. – 11.06. (show #62)
kanal 103 12.06. – 18.06. (show #63)
grenouille 19.06. – 25.06. (show #64)
reboot.fm 26.06. – 02.07. (show #65)
orange 03.07. – 09.07. (show #66)
lemurie 10.07 – 16.07. (show #67)
Remember that shows have to be available on radioswap one week before the broadcast period.
The season 6 schedule can be found here.
Dear you all,
Here is the fresh and up to date contribution from Grenouille to the RADIA network.
Sorry for the delay but the program maker’s first child being born on 7 April came to disturb the normal development of Art!
The sound material for this program was recorded during 3 impro sessions where program maker Fabrice Cesario (multi-effects, radio, tape, whistling tube and solo analog synthesizer) invited other fellows. At first he played with Olivier Maurel (cello, multi-effects, FM and HF radio). Then joined Andy Bolus (homemade audio switch) and Erik Minkkinen (pitched voice, 80’s electronic drum) – this 4-person band was named ‘Phantom Power’ for this occasion (Andy insisted). The last session was a set by ‘Olga Tüdjnik’: a duet with Eva Jacobi (voice, toys and sound files). The program is a result of an editing of this material (recorded at each time on multi-tracks) with parsimonious addition of Fabrice’s solo performances.
Fabrice Cesario attempts to free music from the word ‘free’ – that has been a label among others which format and level music. He wants to put weight on the other scale of the machine.
About this program, Fabrice says: “My music happens at the very moment I’m making it. What you can perceive in this radio program is not exactly the music I made: it is an ‘écorché’ (a cutaway – litterally ‘skinned’ in French) in the same way you won’t see life on anatomy boards.” So, let’s make it music anew by experiencing its listening!
Download RADIA progam #54 from:
RADIA week 10-16 April 2006. (Happy Lisboa meeting!)
Broadcast on RADIO GRENOUILLE: 17 April, 10:30 AM
88.8 FM in Marseille or http://www.grenouille888.org
One of the motivations of art is undoubtly an affirmation about human relations. This program is an experiment and a call-out for people to send their messages to the airwaves. You can figure it out to be just a political stance but it is more properly viewed as a demonstration of the use of radio for voicing opinions and points of view. The program is by Luis Silva, one of Radio Zero programmers.
Get it from RadioSwap: http://radioswap2.ulb.ac.be/programme.php/001pr821
The adventures of Khaosz Kapitany
The Adventures of Khaosz Kapitany is the craze of our Sunday nights at Tilos – as it has been for 7 years. The general concept of the show is to gather rare music, sounds, voices and use the characteristics of the studio space – with its gadgets, and Sunday-night hangers around reading auspicious texts to create strange atmospheres.
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.
At the moment it is available here
Radia : Season 6 Show 2
Emilian Gatsov – “The Mimo Hideout”
Emilian Gatsov is known for his music for theatre performances.
The specific characte of each work allows a wide range of styles and techniques, varying from short pieces to elongated soundscapes and from acoustic to totally artificial electronic palette.
“The Mimo hideout” uses a common approach of slightly processed sound documents combined in a manner that overcomes the actual fact and creates a reality both realistic and artificial.
part 1 here:
part 2 avalable here:
I’ve just updated and uploaded the Radia jingle.
Available on Radioswap.
List of radio stations: Resonance, Tilos, Radio Cult, Radio Campus, Reboot, Orange, Kanal 103, Grenouille, Zero.
(not Lemurie yet!)
Welcome to them… Will they bring a new jingle?
Radia 48 from Resonance (Season 6 show 1) is now available on Radioswap.
This show is the end result of a process that entailed thinking a lot about hunger. It is a constructed audio collision, on the one hand an improvised concert by the Tape Beatles and Tonic Train, on the other a distracted voice, distilled from a roll call of world famines.
Produced by Sarah Washington
resonancefm 27.02 – 05.03.2006
radio.cult 06.03. – 12.03.
tilos 13.03. – 19.03.
radio campus 20.03. – 26.03.
riist 27.03. – 02.04. (first birthday of radia broadcasts!)
kanal 103 03.04. – 09.04.
grenouille 10.04. – 16.04. (show #54)
reboot.fm 17.04. – 23.04. (show #55)
orange 24.04. – 30.04. (show #56)
lemurie 01.05 – 07.05. (show #57)
A radia contribution by Orange 94.0
This piece is made by Caroline Hofer und Barbara Kaiser, who spent some days in prague, at the art’s birthday festival. C.H. wrote every day a web based diary, translated into english by Katie Elston. Those entries build now the heart and the frame of the piece. Furthermore, live recordings are an essential part of the production: Music comes from: Michael Northam, Zum Beispiel, Jaroslav Koran, Skupia C, Ernst Reitermaier, Barbara Kaiser.