Tag Archives: Eastside FM

Show 631: Questions of Travel by Jo Burzynska (Eastside)

Questions of Travel is a sonic travelogue inspired by two poems that chart different but interlinked journeys, created largely from recordings made on my own travels around the world. The first part, created specifically for this programme, draws on and … Continue reading

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Show 605: (T)HERE by Keith W Clancy (eastsidefm)

“(T)HERE” is one of a series of works I have made mediating electronic and acoustic sound to create imaginary spaces that nonetheless refer to an actual place. At the back of my garden there is a wall that at night … Continue reading

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Show 579: Kunst Ist Tot – deadpeoplesrecords (Eastside FM)

“Right-wingin’, bitter-clingin’, proud clingers of our guns, our God, and our religions and our Constitution”

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Show 567: Werden Sie Mit Mir Tanzen …? by deadpeoplesrecords

One night a friend of mine played me some digitised 78’s of early 20th century Weimar Tangos. They cried out to played with! “The city had a jewel-like sparkle, the vast cafés reminded me of ocean liners powered by the … Continue reading

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Show 555: Fuck Art: it’s DeadPeoplesRecords

DeadPeoplesRecords is a montage sound artist. He spends many hours scouring the forgotten corners of of the human condition searching for abandoned, redundant and ignored audio. DeadPeoplesRecords enjoys the relationship that the human voice has with recorded and transmitting mediums while … Continue reading

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Show 530: Lift Up Over Transmission (EastsideFM)

This is intended as an immersive participatory audio environment. Engaging in broadcast transmission means that each listener has their own unique auditory experience as a result of the sum of the environmental parts. For example, the sound reproduction technology (radio), … Continue reading

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