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Show 514: La Promesse by Julien Quentel (for Jet FM)

Pour l’émission 514, Jet FM donne Carte Blanche à Julien Quentel, plasticien nantais. Voici ce qu’il m’écrit à propos de sa pièce “La Promesse” 2008-2015 réalisée pour Radia : —Salut Anne-Laure Tout cela restera bien énigmatique, comme l’est d’ailleurs le … Continue reading

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Show 490: Hervé Moire & JPE for Jet FM

Live from Hervé Moire & Juan Pablo Espinoza for the Sonor Festival at the Blockhaus in Nantes (France). Hervé Moire meets Juan Pablo Espinoza aka JPE for a live where different recordings are processed on live. Hervé Moire is an … Continue reading

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Show 466: Plutôt que rien

Rather than nothing. By Luc Méhari. Dedicated to Etienne Noiseau. Silence doesn’t exist. Even less in a radio studio. Even less with an ageing analog mixer. Even less when you play with switches, streaming, phones and other feedbacks. There is … Continue reading

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Show 442: Cueillette by Luc Kerleo for Jet FM

Jet FM asked Luc Kerleo to invade her studios. Several sound-objects were placed in the offices, corridors, toilettes… Curiosly the broadcast studios were not used. Then some people were invited to visit this exhibition made of artificial noises bursting in … Continue reading

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Show 417 : CEREBRO by Nathalie Blanc & Amaury Bourget for JET FM

Cerebro is the result of the meeting between Nathalie Blanc, geograph-poet and SemoNO!LinA/Amaury Bourget, musician. During 2008/09, they worked together and composed 3 pieces with the texts written and read by Nathalie Blanc. Acrobatic science fiction, this text tempts to … Continue reading

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Show 394: Laos Dreamin’ by Anne-Laure Lejosne

I’ve made some binaural field recordings when I was in Laos in january 2009. But I couldn’t find what to do with those sounds until I met Sisada, a young lao woman, living in France and trying to preserve the … Continue reading

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