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"...the soundtrack to the end of the world"
Chris Maume, The Independent
Audio derive with Dan Hayhurst, from 2008. Episode 4.
Rita Maia brings her weekly insight into the underground of new electronic and dance music, focusing on the sound system culture from London and worldwide.
Weekly mixes, live sessions, special label shows, exclusive and forthcoming releases.
James Hodder plays new music and gives a mention to some upcoming London gigs. Follow updates on Twitter @radiohodder or listen again to shows from the series at www.mixcloud.com/radiohodder. To contact the show directly email email@example.com.
(Originally broadcast on 5th November 2012).
Radia is a network of independent radio stations who have a common interest in promoting and producing artworks for the radio, and in forming related projects based on broadcasting and cultural exchange. It intends to be a space of reflection about today's radio and radio art. Its activities try to contribute to intercultural exchange and artworks and artists circulation.
Every week a new show of radiophonic experiments from the award winning Radia network of 20 independent cultural radio stations:
Today's show, 396 - Some Thing(s) from John Cage/ Quelque(s) Chose(s) de John Cage, by Mario Gauthier, is from Radio CKUT, Montréal, Canada.
Live from London with the notorious nemeses of bankers, Max Keiser. Max and co-host Stacy Herbert ("the most dangerous people in financial media) scrutinise the markets with ruthless aplomb. The Truth About Markets is repeated every Monday at noon.
New releases in leftfield rock and beyond with Peter Lanceley, a 20 year old musician, blogger and broadcaster based in Brighton, UK. Peter founded his blog This Music Wins (www.thismusicwins.com), in 2008. This Music Wins has been cited by The Independent and a number of other notable music authorities worldwide including Indie Shuffle, The 405, NME, Wikio Music, Amazing Radio and The Camden Crawl. Peter was also selected by Glastonbury Festival to judge the Emerging Talent Competition for the 2011 festival and also contributed to the 2011 Netaudio Festival at The Roundhouse, London. Peter also contributes guitars and lead vocals to PRS for Music Foundation-funded avant-rock band Kinnie The Explorer and is in the final year of studying for a Philosophy degree at the University Of Sussex.
Each week the OST Show welcomes a guest (a collector, composer, director, artist) or specialises in a specific film music genre or composer. Today it's a special show from Hungary. Mr Gergely Hubai is an academic and teacher from Hungary has been in touch with Jonny Trunk over the last six months and wanted to do a show about rejected scores (a great example being Alex North's rejected music for Kubrick's 2001). So obsessed with such thing, Hubai has self-published the book Torn Music, A History Of Rejected Scores, and today has put together his very now 2 hour show featuring many examples of fine but rejected work. So, over to you Gergely.
Zoë Baxter's magazine programme focused on Chinese and East Asian culture. This week's show features a guest mix from the vinyl collection of David Wells (aka Durian Dave). Dave is a blogger who has written extensively on Chinese cinema and has an impressive collection of movie memoribilia.
Over the past ten years, Soundwalk Collective has won international recognition for their work of abstracting and re-composing narrative sound pieces through fragments of reality, and by forging evocative journeys in sound that are exhibited in the form of sound installation and performance. This Anniversary Series will showcase selected works that have both defined and defied the soundscape genre.
soundwalkcollective.com/Death Must Die is a sound piece that begins before the rising of the sun and reproduces the cycle of a day in the sacred Indian city of Varanasi, where death is everywhere, bathed in light.
It is here that Hindus come to die and burn their dead. It is here, on the river’s edges, that the wrath and the grace of Shiva are expressed.
Intoxicating as death itself, it is a hammering song of the dead, playing until one is transfixed, and it is the murmuring of the Ganges… the power of silence.
One barnstorming hour of classic Congolese rhumba's... the music of the two Congo's 1950 to 1990 and very occasionally beyond. Presented by Vincent and Kofi.
Brighton based duo Nótt perform their debut live session on Hello GoodBye, whilst husband and wife duo Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou return for a highly anticipated, umpteenth appearance on the show!
The idea of Nótt was sparked following a new year's eve spent on Brighton beach watching candlelit lanterns being sent out over the waters. The imagery and feel of the experience became the inspiration for a collaboration between two musicians, Stephan Barrett and Josephine Lloyd. Over a few days in a suburban basement during a cold week in early January 2012, Nótt created a collection of recordings and called the set "Winter's Frame", which is free to download from:
In April 2012 Trevor & Hannah loaded up their long suffering British Leyland campervan with guitars, a few microphones and a 4-track cassette recorder, and headed for the tiny village of Saint-Pierre-Des-Landes in Northern France where they spent the next ten days committing to cassette, their newest collection of words and melodies. The resulting collection of songs may now be heard on their new LP 'La Ferme De Fontenaille' (The Anglophone Recording Company)
Repeated from Sunday. Popular Irish music requests with Johnny Jameson.
Repeated from Friday. Film review show.
Repeated from Friday wee hours. Ambient music with Miguel Santos.