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Show 707 – Tuning the World by Jean-Philippe Renoult (Campus Paris)

Tuning the World is a series of active field recording transmissions that began over the Summer 2018 during a residency at Wave Farm (Acra NY), and continued in the mountainous Telemark region of Norway. My intention is to create an open … 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 705: “Meanderings. Acoustic Measurings of the City.”

“Mäanderungen – Akustische Vermessungen der Stadt” “Meanderings. Acoustic Measurings of the City.” By and with Nayarí Castillo, Reni Hofmüller, Miriam Raggam, Hanns Holger Rutz for Radio Helsinki, Graz The city is the place where we live. The design of the … Continue reading

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Show 704: Summer sketches by Cardes (Jet FM)

Cardes is a non-project expecting to recall some sounds here and there, depending on variable locations, playing sometimes tiny guitar stuff and sending all that material like virtual postcards. Those Summer Sketches are based upon two different cards (here and … Continue reading

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Show 703: Ardesia + El Gat soundworks by Chloé Despax

Two soundpieces, multiple languages, one producer. Chloé Despax is a producer and sonic author able to balance herself in between reality and imagination, documentary and poetry in a multilingual texture that blends voice, electracoustic sounds and soundscaping. Guided by Chloé Despax’s voice … Continue reading

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Show 702: “Tractatus illogico-insanus” by Mark Kanak (Radio Helsinki)

“Tractatus illogico-insanus” is a mixture of parody (of Wittgenstein’s famous „Tractatus logico-philosophicus“ which he wrote exactly100 years ago in the summer of 1918), also influenced by Walter Serner’s “Last Loosening” and Hermann Burger’s own “Tractatus logico-suicidalis”. In short, it’s the … Continue reading

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Show 700: “We all emerge some hours later, baffled” by James Greer and Neil Luck (for Resonance FM)

Tokyo is a city in a continual state of performance, a panoply of lives compressed into a dense metropolis. Underneath all the glossy commerce, all the confronting pop culture, all the tourists, however, is the city’s strange and fascinating underbelly … Continue reading

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Show 699: “What is existence?” by Martin Anastasovski (Kanal 103)

What is existence? Existence is what? Is existence what? A woman of errant composure trudges on a tiled walkway, head bowed forward, eyes peering down. She is looking for discarded, half-smoked cigarettes. She has to, in order to endure Existence. … Continue reading

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Show 698: “Goats learning to swim” (Radio Zero)

Wherever the earth is crag and scrub, the goats are there—the black ones, girlishly skipping, leaping their little leaps from rock to rock. I’ve loved their nerve and frisk since I was small. Once my grandfather gave me one of … Continue reading

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