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Show 237: Reheat: the Schnitzel

Every year now a strange kind of gathering takes place close to the very eastern border of Austria at a barn called the Kleylehof. Viennese artists of many backgrounds have taken over this barn and converted it into a multifunctional … Continue reading

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Show 236: A sound piece by artist menmonic45

The work is based on AM radio frequencies and parts of Claude Debussy’s Clair De Lune concert for an ensemble of violins. menmonic45 is Goce Gliguriovski from bitola, a sound artist working under the name menmonic45. He is combining ambient … Continue reading

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Show 235: Sintonizável by MUMTAZ

SINTONIZÁVEL is a radio programme done as a sound collage. The tuning of a radio is the concept that links all different sound sources. This programme was done using audio tapes and microphones recording life events, television sound, Internet, and … Continue reading

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Show 234: Awaiting for the waters to rise by Frederic Alstadt

“Into lovers strings, crumbled under soft shakes from the strech of the oblivion, tainted simple encounters, bellow the lights of married chords it’s a sincere road i followed, time for a pause, strewn of dark blue sound wires, remanences of … Continue reading

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Show 233: Why Don’t You Go Home? by Cathryn Morgan Richards

“Why don’t you go home?” by sound artist Cathryn Morgan-Richards tells the Crowhurst story in the form of a radio documentary. Donald Crowhurst set sail from Teignmouth, South Devon UK, in the autumn of 1968 on a non-stop round-the-world sailing … Continue reading

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Show 232: The Dad… or some by TD.OS

Three people, three practices (strings, wax, and pixel) for three visions of sounds. “TD-Os” mingle stories, music, and field recordings ; voices emerging from notes, scratches tracking silence, a landscape only waiting for the beat to get a word in … Continue reading

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