numberstationPersonal Number Station (By Disphilharmonia Sounds), Kanal 103 Skopje

Initially, we are a laptop quartet of five individuals, one robot (barely automated, slightly sentient) and four fleshy humans. Furthermore we host a radio show on Kanal 103 in Macedonia which usually contains much of what we do in our separate electronic production projects, alternative ego’s, or what we do with Disphilharmonia. Since music is taken very lightly lately, we consider that the act of listening to music/sounds should return to a more primitive time where it represents a totem, a symbol of gathering around which special attention should be invested. Our live performances attempt to create this effect by accentuating the visual part, forcing audience to participate with more senses, ritualizing the act of listening music. This time, for Radia, we prepared an almost fake Numbers Station ( live, that relays a secret message, when converted/cracked and sent to our mail, results in access to not-yet-released materials of Disphilharmonia and/or affiliates. Visit for more free downloadable music, videos, info, crickets, cake and everything.

Beasty Noise, Radio Orange Vienna

the show from orange 94.0/vienna produced by barbara kaiser is an atmospheric summary of the reheat festival 2010 at kleylehof, austria. this year’s topic was „monsters“. it’s a mixture of recordings made before and during the festival: soundcapes, concerts, installations, performances and statements of artists and festival visitors. you can find more information about the festival and its programme at the show includes festival contributions by alfred stohl, lupe, sabine marte, skylla, peter brandlmayr, joerg piringer, monc/ink, doris kern & klaus filip.

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. We produce a weekly radio show that is broadcast by each of the member radio stations. Our shows represent the local artistic community of each station, whilst at the same time these new works point to an emergent collective notion of self-determined art for radio.