Show 935: Can we talk, dear AI? (by Chuse Fernandez, TEA FM Radio Workshop)

Artificial Intelligence is surrounding our lives almost without realizing it. Perhaps we are at that turning point and even of “no return”.

What we are going to listen to next is a simple experiment in which we are going to talk about train travel with an AI. Will we be able to engage in a real conversation or, on the contrary, will we be talking to a mirror or one of those talking dolls with engraved phrases?

We are watching the death of art take place before our eyes. If creative jobs are no longer safe from machines, even the most highly skilled jobs are in danger of becoming obsolete. What will we have left?

Show 934: SONIC COLLECTIVITY by Trashkot (Guest Slot)

Trashkot is the name under which artists Jo Caimo and Sjoerd Leijten have been making radio since 2018 on Radio Centraal 106.7 FM in Antwerp. SONIC COLLECTIVITY is a collage piece created from their extensive audio archive. The piece explores the invisible space in which we connect: the sonic. Artistic, activist, dadaistic, musical and other sonic collectives can be heard throughout this piece forming a massive community of resonance and resistance. The piece consists of fragments of interviews, works, music, field recordings and other hard-to-categorize audio material that could be heard earlier on Trashkot by Verena Barié, , Gerri Jäger, Jeanne-Marie Knops, Andreas Malm, numina_gneisspecker, Varkenshond, Stijn Verhoeff,  and different pieces from the radio makers themselves. The contributions by Peter Cusack, Davide Tidoni and Salomé Voegelin are fragments from the larger sonic essay RADICAL MURMUR by Trashlinie, which was published in Collateral.

Trashkot is a bi-weekly radio program by Jo Caimo and Sjoerd Leijten on Radio Centraal in Antwerp. A rancid tissue of sounds, conversations and garbage forms a shaky bridge between music and politics.

Every two weeks on Sunday from 3 pm to 4.30 pm. Radio Centraal broadcasts in and around Antwerp on 106.7 FM. Outside of Antwerp you can listen via tShhe stream:

All archived episodes can be found down here

Show 933: LOOP liminal (Wiener Radia Kollektiv, Radio Orange 94.0)

Credits: Pixabay User wilhei (id 883152)

In our search for an acoustic equivalent of a liminal space, we found it in the sound aesthetics of waiting loops. The dissolution of time into emotion throws the listeners back on themselves, on their own acoustic equivalent of a liminal space in the sound aesthetics of a waiting loop. The dissolution of emotion into time does not take place. Press “0” if you want to be forwarded, press “1” if you like to wait in the queue. If there is no input, you are automatically forwarded.

Radio Show by:

Barbara Huber
Barbara Kaiser
Karl Schönswetter

Thanks to:

Lale Rodgarkia-Dara, Peter Wetzelsberger


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