for radia.fm from Radio Xlair, Brussels. The XLair’s URLUteam is back on the radia waves with this 28′ excerpt of a one hour live improvisation show. Starring Lukas with his DIY flutes and Gerald with his loops and effects. XXXXXX——RADIOSNAKE——XXXXXX http://www.urluberlu.be/ Read More

Excerpt from Ptičji Mozak The presented material is an auditory stream of 4 compositions - a segment of the recent sound work by the audiovisual artist, poet and linguist Blaž Božič, released under alias SsmKOSK in the form of an album ...Read More

Le non-lieu du rêve, by by Philippe Petit for Radio Panik, Brüssels, for radia.fm In this “no-space of dreams” the listener is at a crossroads of shared, multiple dreams; an interchangeable space to make his or her own and relax into… A combination ...Read More

Another attempt by the Dr Klangendum crew to put a finger on (or between) the buttons of Fiction and Sound (yes both with capital capitals). You might not believe us but we really were contacted by Aliens WHO MEAN ...Read More

It’s springtime. We would like to go out and listen to the renaissance of nature. This is a radia transmission of the Vienna Radia Collective made out of different pieces about the sounds of nature: Herbstträumereien “die herbstträumereien” was ...Read More

The Radia Network emerged from a series of meetings, clandestine events, late night club discussions and a lot of email exchanges between cultural radio producers across Europe. The topics vary and the reasons for ...Read More

Lands End – Rakiura/Ulva Island, by Eves for Radio One 91FM, Dunedi for radia.fm In early 2018, time-based sound and visual artist Edwina Stevens/eves journeyed to the third island of New Zealand, smaller in size than the larger, more ...Read More

« Honi soit qui mal y pense » By mABuSeKi (MCOTF / EL)\ For Radio Campus Paris for th Radia.fm network. La pièce : Europa, Europe, Heureux qui comme Pénélope. Ma foi, langues étrangères à nous-même. Frédéric II: « Hunde, Wollt Ihr ...Read More

The Radia Network emerged from a series of meetings, clandestine events, late night club discussions and a lot of email exchanges between cultural radio producers across Europe. The topics vary and ...Read More

By Erik Lintunen for Resonance FM STRANGENESS: a documentary composition exploring everyday emergences of weirdness across both human and non-human lifeworlds – a combination of eld recordings, interviews and other sonic obscurities that voice perspectives on the absurdity ...Read More