Tag Archives: Radio ARA

Show 851: RADIOMe (Radio ARA)

Radiom-Radiôme, the network of radio artists from the Greater Region located in between France, Belgium, Germany and Luxembourg, formed in Autumn 2020 and started off with two improvised radio concerts in Saarbrücken (Germany) and Luxembourg in Spring 2021, as well … Continue reading

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Show 826: Winter Shades – Eco Sons Etude 2: Ecological Radio Artwork by Sam Erpelding / Dankwart (Radio ARA)

Winter shades – Ecosons Étude II: Ecological Radio Artwork Director, Field Recordings and Sound Design: Sam ErpeldingSpeaker: Katrin (MacBook Pro – British english voice)Performers: different Soundscapes around Luxembourg[Pétange, Lasauvage, Prënzebierg, Garnich, Grass, Clemency, Bauschleiden] Concept:In a visually shaped world, little … Continue reading

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Show 801: Control (Radio ARA)

Control – stories of epilepsy +++ Warning: THIS AUDIO CONTAINS HIGH-PITCHED FREQUENCIES! If you suffer from musicogenic seizures, you may find this content disturbing. +++ Control is a sonic journey through stories of people living with epilepsy. The composition was … Continue reading

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Show 775: Annoised (Radio ARA)

Audio guide on how to escape from annoying sounds.Produced by Ben Dratwicki, Lars Schmitz, Luca Piparo & Sandra Laborier

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Show 748: A matter of water? (Radio ARA)

“A matter of water?” was born from the idea of ​​narrating the marine environment, in all its forms and changes on the occasion of the Nuit de la Culture, in Esch sur Alzette – Luxembourg. But can you imagine? Bringing … Continue reading

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Show 723: The Dirty Dozen (Radio ARA)

The Dirty Dozen This is the first Radia contribution out of Luxembourg. A dozen people got together to discover new ways of recording and radio making, thrilled by the infinite possibilities of radio art and wildly making use of any … Continue reading

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