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Evil Earth’s Notebook is the spoken word segment of the project Evil Earth, realized by visual artist Lala Rascic during her residency in Ljubljana at the Cultural Center Tobacna and her collaboration with Radio Student. In Evil Earth’s ...Read More

RADIO 0-3-0 By Emeka Ogboh for reboot.fm RADIO 0-3-0 combines a vast array of recorded audio materials such as news reports, interviews and music into a radio program, which examines the refugees’ situation in Berlin. He thus inquires how the city as ...Read More

Show 574: Travel Sounds (TEA FM) Posted on 2016/03/28 by teafm989 banner Radia 574Cuando viajas, un mundo de sonidos, ambientes y voces crece y evoluciona a tu alrededor. Es un buen ejercicio prestar atención a ese universo sonoro para descubrir aquellos detalles ...Read More

Others Librement inspiré de “Huis Clos” de Jean-Paul Sartre, cette création radiophonique est animée par trois personnages principaux : deux femmes et un son (la voix de Sartre inclue). Ces trois là échangent, se rencontrent puis se détestent… Laissant place à la coalition ou ...Read More

Jacovitti & The Salami for radia.fm by (Radio Klangendum/Worm) There is comic writer Benito’s Javovitti’s underestimated promotion of the Salami AN SICH, as a concept, as a weapon, as an ideology. And there is a growing scene of Salami awareness around ...Read More

Back Again for radia.fm by Laura Morris, Campus Radio Paris The search for something new encompasses the search for a new you. Why travel? To see new places? Or for the chance to be or become someone else? Who ...Read More

Taxonomy of Sonorous Order for radia.fm by Radio Orange, Vienna. Categorising, tagging, assigning and conducting research as a creative process. Where do art and order come together? How do artists use archives or archived material? Does the digital card ...Read More

TO THE LIMIT OF ENDURANCE by GABI SCHAFFNER He was a slender man of average height in his 60s, adressing the Lido with his back turned to the city. At first, there was noone around listening, eventually, later, some passer-bys stopped… just ...Read More

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