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Radia 52 – a travellog of the radio sprectrum
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
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Radia 044 – essays on Radio (can I have two minutes of your time?)
From RIIST – Future Radio Zero
(the nera maling list as the directions for the treasure chest…)
From Cronica (the folks who did this)
“Essays on Radio aims to comment on the sound medium, on the technology
and the culture of radio.
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
Radio is a saturated live medium, where much happens simultaneously.
Having little or no control about the sources and the interferences
during broadcast and reception turns radio into a medium where we can
easily and objectively experience noise. Therefore, it was probably
through radio that many first heard white noise. It was probably with a
radio receiver that many first modulated noise as it was probably
through radio that we experienced randomness along with the lack of
control and indeterminacy.
This theme was intended to provide the artists with a starting point to
approach the work. Unlike we did in the previous compilation, there
would be no audio sources provided to the artists beforehand. In this
release, what we were looking for were not exercises on composing from
shaping any given sound matter but rather on relating the musical
pieces to this particular context: Radio.
As a further way to coherently organize the CD, we asked all the
artists to produce the pieces with a fixed duration. This symbolic
length allowed us to fit work from some of the artists we released so
far and a few selected guests and it also served as a strong structure
binding all the compositions together. Given the fact that we are
closing the 2nd year of CrÃ³nica releases, we proposed that all tracks
should have the fixed duration of 2 minutes, exactly.
Therefore the sub-title: Can I have two minutes of your time?”
here it is, the first out-of-the-house RIST production, bringing a new artist to the sound waves, Luis Antero and his project Out Level. Luis Antero is a self-tought amateur musician working in the experimental music universe. The show is 50 min long, in two sets, using processed electric guitar and samples (TV, spoken word and vinil (these by Aguila). the work is licenced under a creative commons licence. go get it at the usual places 😉
at the end, has bonus, a production from the second release of a very good netlabel, comfort stand: Twizzle – Soda Fountain
Note: due to a mistake, the description in the show says the project is called “Out Loud” but the correct name is “Out Level”.
here it is, a production from the BzapCatrap team, here at Riist. The story about Capt Lettuce, the Scientist BonifÃ¡cio and Admiral Salat (AKA Baron Fritz) about their search for caustic soda to unplug the sink of the world. The story is played in portuguese but translation is provided at the buffet table, please just wait a little in line…
You can uplift your copy at the usual distribution place (RadioSwap). On demand ogg copies will be provided, free of charge.
Ricardo Reis, RIIST
Radia 06 is here. From Bandidos Desesperados at RIIST:
“A special BANDIDOS/DESESPERADOS (DESPERATE/BANDITS) radioshow with ground-breaking-dance-or-die portuguese music! Please listen to us, please, thank you very much, please, thank you, please. ”
go get it at the usual places ( RadioSwap ) or at RIIST frontoffice secretary Rute
The Radia table of emissions
Here is a detailed table of Radia emissions, that you can check with your portable emission detection device!
|Radio||date (start-end)||weekly broadcast time|
|resonancefm||04.04 – 10.04||Tuesdays 15:30|
|radio.cult||11.04 – 17.04||Friday 18:00, Sunday 18:00|
|tilos||18.04 – 24.04|
|radio campus||25.04 – 01.05||Saturdays 16:00|
|riist||09.05 – 15.05||Wednesday 01:00, Saturday 20:00|
|kanal 103||16.05 – 22.05||Tuesday 23.00|
|reboot.fm||23.05 – 29.05|
|orange||30.05 – 05.06||Thursdays 15:00|
|kunstradio||06.06 – 12.06|
All hours local time unless stated.