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show 970: Much (scored out) love, A. / Excerpt (radioworm)

In her performances, Antrianna Moutoula, repeats the same format: a table, a laptop, a projector, and a woman who talks and writes nonstop. In Much (scored out) love, A. her starting point is a series of letters from her family … Continue reading

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Radia 944: My Complex Me And Brain (for Radio Worm)

A new WORM production by Lieuwe Zelle made for Worm/Klangendum/Concertzender/RadiaFM, april 2023 Name: Lieuwe Anthonie Zelle 06-03-1956 The Hague they/them Original a toy salesman working in a toyshop technical toys like model-railroad trains and stuff and plastic model kits and … Continue reading

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Show 918: Shadowside Of Sound (Worm)

SHADOWSIDE OF SOUND A radiopiece by Coolhaven SHADOWSIDE OF SOUND is an ongoing project, dedicated to works by Rotterdam composers, known and unknown, who have fallen into oblivion. Progressive or conservative. Fairly or unfairly; that will determine history. As you … Continue reading

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Show 917: WurM IN WorM (Worm)

Three crawlers decided to meet at one point a little bit longer. With Worm as their temporary residence, a continuous cycle took place where sounds were made, regurgitated and eventually brought to the surface. Hessel Veldman (NL), Kamilė Rimkutė (LT) … Continue reading

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Show 0895: GASP by Christian Rønn & Helena Berglund (Radio WORM)

A rendition of what happens when you spend 6 days in Ton studio Worm while the world is burning with war, post-pandemic dystopia nightmares, weird santa´s and the bubbling spring-time vibes of Rotterdam. The piece is an attempt to combine … Continue reading

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show 893; Unidentified Aerial Phenomena by Barry Whittaker (Radioworm)

Barry Whittaker Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (2022) Humans have a history of hurling objects into space. Rockets, satellites, animals, humans, plants, and insects have all graced the skies above the earth. Beyond the occasional launch event where objects are lobbed into … Continue reading

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Show 869: Jacco Weener Speaks by Radioworm

  This piece is inspired by recollections and vague remembrances of rock and roll music from my childhood. This childhood was in The Hague (The Netherlands), the city that is the centre of many things. In many aspects it was … Continue reading

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show 842: Royal Raymond Rife And His Mortal Oscillatory Rates by Radio Worm

This radiophonic piece is inspired by the work of Royal Raymond Rife  (1888 – 1971). He was a  scientist, engineer and inventor now considered ‘The Nikola Tesla of the Medical World’. In 1931 he built the Universal Microscope achieving optical … Continue reading

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Show 817: Water Saus by Lili Huston-Herterich & Ash Kilmartin (RadioWORM)

Water Saus is an audio work by Ash Kilmartin and Lili Huston-Herterich, produced during the development of their collaborative exhibition of the same title. The work began as the sketch of an invented character—a poet who writes in the shower, as a way … Continue reading

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Show 792: Bouncing Off – 2020 – by René Uijlenhoet (Radio Worm/Klangendum)

Bouncing Off – 2020 – by René Uijlenhoet The composers Christine Cornwell and Jago Thornton bounce off on their musical ideas and on what bats might hear while flying inside a room or a chapel. They even muse on the … Continue reading

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