Tag Archives: Soundart Radio

Show 847: The Fierce Urgency of Now by Vic & Gareth Wolf for Soundart Radio

The Fierce Urgency of Now is named after a speech from Hakeem Jeffries,Democrat Representive in New York City, who used the phrase to talk aboutthe need to address inequalities in America at the time of the storming ofthe Capitol Building. … Continue reading

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Show 834: Hello! This is a Test by Mark Leahy for Soundart Radio

All sat frozen and watched the screen. Code is used when secrets are sent. Three for a dime, the young peddler cried. They told wild tales to frighten him. The core material for this project began with a selection from … Continue reading

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Show 809: You would sound (…) much more convincing if you spoke as if you cared (…)

Ayn Rand’s highly dubious novel ‘The Fountainhead’ has become a source of morbid fascination for us since entering lockdown – forming the basis for a research pathology driven at least in part by an urge to inoculate against certain worlds … Continue reading

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Show 780: Vertigo 282 by Sue Coulson (Soundart Radio)

It was autumn 2019.   Britain on the eve of political upheaval, is split over the impending separation from Europe.  Against this shifting background I wound my way on foot down the long valley to the Tamar river that separates Devon … Continue reading

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Show 753: Space Audacity by Soundart Radio

As radio programmes can time travel, this show comes from Radiocamp, Bodensee, in the year 3019. The inclusive, intergalactic nature of the camp is expressed through the many languages, human and otherwise, that tell this story. Created by Haya Al … Continue reading

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Show 726: Plugholes (Soundart Radio)

Plugholes is a radio drama by sisters Catherine and Lucinda Guy. They have been collaborating all their lives, making up silly plays and songs. A woman embarks on a journey down the plughole with her bath water, becoming a pirate … Continue reading

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Show 697: Assisi Machine by Kerry Priest (Soundart Radio)

If we could hear the voice of nature, what would it say? And could humans use technology to strengthen their connection with nature? Starting with the music and letting this guide the story, the Assisi Machine is a thrilling murder … Continue reading

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Show 669: Bodies of Water by Laura Irving for Soundart Radio

This piece is a sound meditation on impact of water; how sounds of water affect humans, and how human sound effect the aquatic ecosystem. Using interviews, field recordings and archive footage (including from GM’s ‘Futurama’ exhibit of the New York … Continue reading

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Show 639: Thing Enough by Tony Whitehead for Soundart Radio

“The density of being makes it promiscuous, always touching everything else, unconcerned with differentiation.  Anything is thing enough to party.” – Ian Bogost “Alien Phenomenology, or What It’s Like to Be a Thing” Tony Whitehead is a field recordist from … Continue reading

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Show 610: Täglich Tapes by Lucinda Guy (Soundart Radio)

With my family, I spent October at the Radio Revolten Festival in Halle (Saale) along with many other Radia artists, and the global radio art community. This extraordinary, elaborate, dignified and vital event broadcast live on FM and MW in … Continue reading

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