By Tom Roe for radia.fm from Wave Farm and WGXC. American novelist, short story writer, essayist, painter, and spoken word performer William S. Burroughs is sonically explored in this episode. Born 100 years ago and died in 1997, Burroughs’ cut-up ...Read More

By Chuse Fernandez, for radia.fm from TEA FM. La libération de Paris pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale a eu lieu du 19 au 25 août 1944, marquant ainsi la fin de la bataille de Paris. Cet épisode met fin à quatre ...Read More

Discover Dominique Balaÿ’s project : Meanwhile in Fukushima for radia.fm by Dominique Balaÿ + Suzy Vincens (Radio Panik) Some tracks here to introduce you to his open sound and collaborative project in support to the japaneses after the nuclear catastrophe. His « open ...Read More

The Ethiopian Son by Martin Gambarotta &; The X Static Tics for radia.fm from (Worm/Klangendum). A collaboration that was staged during the Poetry International festival between the Argentine poet Gambarotta and X Static Tics (also known under names like Worm Sound ...Read More

For radia.fm by Maria Herold (Radio Orange 94.0) This radio show will take you on a trip to various places in cities and countries. A canon-like conversation between city and country surrounded by field recordings from Austria (Vienna, Tirol), Italy (Ligura) ...Read More

Mexico City: more than 20 millions people gathered making noise! A noisy city for most; Blume would like to transform it in a sonorous city. The street sellers make the voices of the polyphonic choir, the small bell from the ...Read More

For Radia.fm by Felix Blume for Radio Corax, Halle.   Mexico City: more than 20 millions people gathered making noise! A noisy city for most; Blume would like to transform it in a sonorous city. The street sellers make the voices of ...Read More

For radia.fm by by Brendon Wilson (CFRC), Kingston Across the lake from downtown Kingston Ontario is Wolfe Island, the largest of The Thousand Islands. This episode of radia immerses oneself with a path away from the mainland, through a combination of ...Read More

For the past 18 months I have spent a lot of my time in forests wondering about the connections between forest and city. Perhaps having been raised in the urban environment, I have found it very difficult to even find ...Read More

I was using six watts when you Received me, by Maddie Leach and Jem Noble, for radio one 91 FM http://www.radia.fm/?p=3241 Read More