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Show 904: tracing the source of the signal only opens the noise of the field (talking to the lyrebird about copyright), by radio cegeste

 “I cannot gather formal consent from a bird or rock, believe me, I have tried. It remains all too easy for the act of field recording to be deemed inconsequential, for nature and the environment to be treated as … Continue reading

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Show 880: Page 38 (language wrinkles), by MP Hopkins (Radio One 91 FM)

  MP Hopkins, Page 38 (language wrinkles) (2022)  skimming the edge of voices that can’t… voices that can’t comprehend the conditions for mirroring… the word as it clears itself…  language wrinkles in an empty bed… engraving a long exit from memory…  a … Continue reading

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Show 854: Conditioning Silence: a Sound Recording for the Living and the Dead, by Martin Kay (Radio One 91FM)

++++ Conditioning Silence: a sound recording for the living and the dead   “Towards the end of 2020, about a month after our (Melbourne’s) 111-day lockdown, my brother passed away in his single-room apartment in a rooming house for people requiring … Continue reading

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Show 829: FAMILY TAPE 4.12.78 SUB MASTER / I Am No Lung; No, by Samaan Fieck (Radio One 91FM, NZ)

+++VOICES: Tilly-JulsWarwick FullfordSamaan FieckJane MichaelisAlan SteeleSheng YanPeter EmptageAnatolCricketBerriHunter Thank you: Mark Groves, Sally Ann McIntyre. Mastered by Joe Talia.Dedicated to W.G Fullford. +++ Fragments of these recordings first appeared: C.C.P, Bin Lang Tourism as part of Specimen, curated by Giles … Continue reading

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Show 761: HOMEWORK_radio mix by Tarab (Radio One, Dunedin, New Zealand)

— “Space is a practiced place”. – Michael De Certeau. Practice of Everyday life. As discussed in George Perec’s Species of Spaces there are specific activities which we enact in a kitchen (preparing meals, washing implements used for cooking and … Continue reading

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Show 734: My Digital Music Collection, by Allanah Stewart (Radio One 91FM, NZ)

My Digital Music Collection is exactly what it says on the box: a list read out in a single take by New Zealand-born, Melbourne-based sound artist and podcaster Allanah Stewart “of all the albums I have on my computer at … Continue reading

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Show 706: Deep Time, by Charlotte Parallel (Radio One 91FM, NZ)

 +++ Charlotte Parallel: Deep time Charlotte Parallel’s practice operates within a geophysical framework, engaged directly with physical properties and processes of the Earth. This has seen her explore areas such as sound waves, transduction, conduction, seismic vibrations, field-recording methods, … Continue reading

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Show 678: “Lands End – Rakiura/Ulva Island”, by eves (Radio One 91FM, NZ)

 In early 2018, time-based sound and visual artist Edwina Stevens/eves journeyed to the third island of New Zealand, smaller in size than the larger, more populated land masses of the South Island (Te Waipounamu, Te Wahi Pounamu, Te Waka-a-Māui, … Continue reading

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Show 663: a radio séance for Vera Wyse Munro, by Celeste Oram (Radio One 91FM, NZ)

 +++++++ Vera Wyse Munro (1897-1966) was a pioneering New Zealand ham radio broadcaster, improviser, and sonic experimenter. Her primary media were amateur radio broadcasts, Morse poetry, and sono-topographical scores. Via her broadcasts, which were frequently received by amateur radio … Continue reading

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Show 593: “a patch of nettles: a selection of works for radio”, compiled by the Audio Foundation and Artbank for radio one 91FM

radia season 37, show #593 (radio one 91FM. dunedin, new zealand), playing from august 9 to august 15, 2016. a patch of nettles: a selection of works for radio compiled by The Audio Foundation and Artbank — emerging from a … Continue reading

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