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- 12/23/12--06:00: _The Nest Collective
- 12/23/12--05:00: _Latin Waves
- 12/23/12--04:00: _Nostalgie Ya Mboka
- 12/22/12--16:00: _The Nightloop
- 12/22/12--15:30: _The Circled A
- 12/22/12--14:30: _Edible Numberscapes
- 12/22/12--13:00: _90 Minutes of Zizek
- 12/22/12--12:30: _Radia
- 12/22/12--11:30: _Bermuda Triangle Te...
- 12/22/12--10:30: _A Colder Consciousness
- 12/24/12--14:30: _Edible Numberscapes...
- 12/24/12--13:30: _Black 2 Comm: Chris...
- 12/24/12--07:30: _Drones of Hell: Chr...
- 12/24/12--05:00: _In Search Of Scott ...
- 12/24/12--04:00: _No Borders
- 12/23/12--17:00: _The Nightloop
- 12/23/12--16:00: _The Plays of Noel M...
- 12/23/12--15:00: _Far Side Radio
- 12/23/12--14:00: _Bonanza & Son
- 12/25/12--14:30: _The Dismantlers Xmas
- 12/23/12--06:00: The Nest Collective
- 12/23/12--05:00: Latin Waves
- 12/23/12--04:00: Nostalgie Ya Mboka
- 12/22/12--16:00: The Nightloop
- 12/22/12--15:30: The Circled A
- 12/22/12--14:30: Edible Numberscapes
- 12/22/12--13:00: 90 Minutes of Zizek
- 12/22/12--12:30: Radia
- 12/22/12--11:30: Bermuda Triangle Test Transmissions
- 12/22/12--10:30: A Colder Consciousness
- 12/24/12--14:30: Edible Numberscapes - Amsterdam
- 12/24/12--13:30: Black 2 Comm: Christmas Special
- 12/24/12--07:30: Drones of Hell: Christmas Evil
- 12/24/12--05:00: In Search Of Scott Walker
- 12/24/12--04:00: No Borders
- 12/23/12--17:00: The Nightloop
- 12/23/12--16:00: The Plays of Noel Macken
- 12/23/12--15:00: Far Side Radio
- 12/23/12--14:00: Bonanza & Son
- 12/25/12--14:30: The Dismantlers Xmas
An hour of contemporary folk music with Sam Lee.
With Javier Chandia. Latin American creativity has influenced music for more than a century since jazz and blues were invented, and European composers had introduced the Latin rhythm in their works. Today many composers and performers from this continent are actively contributing to the expansion of sound art and music in all directions. Latin Waves is where you can listen to the unlimited sound spectrum of Latin American new music from its roots. Please note this programme is broadcast in Spanish and English.
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.
Nocturnal oscillations for the wee small hours during the holiday period: all material tonight is culled from the Resonance 2012 archive, comprising 12 midnight: Tom Johnson's Music by My Friends - John Cage; 1.30am: Dolores Steinmann, Riccardo Castagna, Julian Klein and Joel Ong talk at this year's Supersonix conference; 2.45am: Scott Walker No Regrets (The Wire magazine's special tx); 5.15am: Flomotion; 6.15am: Drones of Hell; 7.15am: The OST Show; 9.30am: Upcountry with John Wynne; 11.30am: Hubbard's Half Hour with Sue Hubbard.
This show is presented by Chickpea of Dissident Island Radio, features portions of an interview with Brian and Keir, two members of the Leeds-based collective writing and discussion group. Free Association about the project, its process and the complexities associated with anti-capitalist protest. The interview is peppered with samples from a copyleft of their recently published book ‘Moments of Excess’. Accessible and enlightening in its deconstruction of capitalism, the Free Association’s book and the group’s continuing engagement in contemporary radical, anti-capitalist politics and political organising is particularly relevant not only to anarchists and anti-capitalists of all flavours but to all dissenters of ‘capitalism as usual’ in its ability to question and inspire, in entertaining ways, thought in the process, purpose and direction behind the contemporary political protest movements in the UK and beyond.
On May 29th 2012 a data-enterer from one of London's dullest marketing insight agency (a tough competition) decided to take the day off from Excel spreadsheets and walk the perimeter of a “brand exclusion” zone around one of London's Olympic Zones - the ExCel Conference Centre - reading out numbers seen in the landscape. He followed the “Advertising and Street Trade Restrictions venue restriction zone” as closely as possible, starting at the Excel Centre where the annual Plastics Design And Moulding Exhibition And Summit was being held alongside The Summer Graduate Fair and travelling anti-clockwise around the circuit, passing the Emirates Air line cable car, Silvertown (soon to be redeveloped by Arup as a "cluster for technology, medical and brand companies" at an estimated cost of project - £1.2 billion), London City Airport with its anxiety-inducing lowflying aircraft, Premier Inn offering rooms for £29 a night, where a lonely film crew's equipment offered some electronic interference, and finally completing the loop by returning to the Excel Centre. The temperature reached approximately 24°C, 55% humidly levels with a high pollen count (number unknown).
Less Than Nothing (Hegel and The Shadow of Dialectical Materialism): Slavoj Žižek at Cafe Oto, June 15th 2012. A mere snippet from the 24 Hour Hegel marathon to launch Žižek's "Less Than Nothing," the new book by this radical philosopher, polymath, film star and cult icon.
Handpicked European Coldwave from the late 1970s and early 1980s. Curated by Flora Pitrolo and Giuseppe Mistretta. Presented by Flora Pitrolo. Today A Colder Consciousness celebrates its 50th programme and bids farewell to 2012 by listening to the ultra-rare masterpiece 'La Fin de l'Innocence' by L'Aventure Imaginaire, self-released by the band in Germany in 1980.
Late afternoon on May 24th, a hot and sunny day, Har$ walked from the Sarphatipark in the Amsterdam Pijp neighborhood up to the Central Station, and from there back south again. Numbers kept hitting him from left, right, up, down … 1458 to be precise … You can follow the numbers, tweeted live along with this broadcast, at http://twitter.com/soundblog . Map, thoughts, more details at http://citynumberscapes.soundblog.net
recorded by Harold Schellinx
Black 2 Comm is back for a Christmas special pre-record featuring songs with seasonal themes. The series returns in the new year 9-10pm live on Sunday evenings starting on the 13th of January
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Ray Kirby presents a two-hour special playing a selection of the best of the UK extreme metal underground's releases of 2012, followed by four of the best editions of the show from the past year. http://dronesofhell.com
In Search Of Scott Walker
The Wire's Derek Walmsley and Rob Young go in search of Scotty Engel, also known as Noel Scott Engel, or the man who now goes by the stage name he adopted almost 50 years ago, Scott Walker. To coincide with the publication of No Regrets: Writings On Scott Walker, a collection of essays put together by The Wire magazine in conjunction with Orion Books, we will explore the hidden roots and the strange branches of the work of Scott Walker, from his late 1950s pre-career as a child star in Denver through the epic Scott solo albums and the lost years of 70s MOR through to the apocalyptic visions of his later works Climate Of Hunter, Tilt, and The Drift. We will be playing the eclectic, not to say perverse mix of musics Scott has attempted to synthesise in his music – Jacques Brel, Bartok, anarchist and balladeer Léo Ferré, Gregorian chant – and discussing his strange journey through the worlds of the pop mainstream through light entertainment and Country to carve out an idiosyncratic niche as the author of intense and personal visions mapping the edges of human existence. Drawn together from over 50 years of music and recording, there will be spoken word rarities, interview and TV broadcasts, B sides and dark corners of his career that Scott himself has attempted to forget.
No borders - curated content from a range of international independent record labels. This months show comes all the way from the verdant forests of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The label is Silent Season, purveyors of atmospheric ambient soundscapes influenced by their remarkable natural surroundings.
For more info on Silent Season visit www.silentseason.com
Nocturnal oscillations for the wee small hours culled from the Resonance FM archive: 1am: The Wire's Adventures In Modern Music special on the late Swedish collage artist, writer, poet and sound artist Åke Hodel; 4am: Cross Radio w. Incapacitants, Aube, Baudrillard & Kelly; 7am: Test Centre from 21 June 2012; 9am: Improv Underground - Episode 1 with Austentatious; 11am: Ireland's Eye from 23 September 2012.