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Show 717: cancelled

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Show 716: Identifying as Anonymous: Public Speech In the Anonymous Age (Rip) by marimoriko (reboot.fm)

Since the dawn of radio, the medium has been used by musicians and artists alike as a material to work with and to subvert conventional formats. The radio is still very much fertile ground for sonic experimentation in the digital … Continue reading

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Show 701: cancelled

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Show 696: Cold Cuts by bauhaus.fm (guest producer)

During the shortest night of 2018, ten students from bauhaus.fm set out to make slow radio from various locations in the city of Weimar in Germany. The recordings of these six hours are chopped up and recombined for Radia, using … Continue reading

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Show 694: Strata by bauhaus.fm (guest producer)

Bauhaus.fm is a student initiative in Weimar, Germany, with a weekly broadcast slot on local FM community Radio Lotte. Most students are connected to the unique chair of “experimental radio” at Bauhaus University. For this summer semester guest tutor Knut … Continue reading

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Show 691: cancelled

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Show 681: NOTHING LIKE US EVER WAS by Gregory Whitehead & Ice Cristals by Leni Süß (Radio CORAX)

Can radio art comment, torpedo, disrupt and cross the flood of information we are facing today? This show’s radio pieces have in mind the approach of the philosopher Santiago Zabala, who trusts in the power of art works to raise … Continue reading

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Show 680: cancelled

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Show 672: Strangeness by Erik Lintunen (Resonance FM)

STRANGENESS: a documentary composition exploring everyday emergences of weirdness across both human and non-human lifeworlds – a combination of eld recordings, interviews and other sonic obscurities that voice perspectives on the absurdity of living. The broadcast is a contribution from … Continue reading

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