The new XL AIR contribution is a sample based homage to the brilliant work of musician and radio artist Felix Kubin. The piece is build up around various fragments, most of them taken from Kubin radio experiments and music productions, ...Read More

Jingled Jungle by Sara Lehn for reboot.fm, Berlin You’re listening to an investigation, no heavy manifesto. More than just radiolovers know about the potent entanglement of real stuff, radio and play. This piece is meant to be a massage to all immaterial ...Read More

BE scape by VMW (vincent Matyn-Wallecan) for Radio Panik Wether you’re about to, already have or will be listening to this piece, BE scape is a collage of recordings made at various places in Belgium on different moments over the past four ...Read More

Rectangular Grinder for radia.fm by Wormradio, Rotterdam. Dr Klangendum tries to open an harddisk with a rectangular grinder and while doing so recording the sound and processing that live. His first attempt fails but the processed sounds form part ...Read More

For radia.fm by Radio Orange, Vienna. Two people in a town of 2 millions found out that they both are connected to a tiny village in upper austria called St. Radegund. They decided to make a trip to their ...Read More

For radia.fm from CFRC 101.9 FM Kingston This week’s Radia episode is brought to us by CFRC Kingston (Ontario, Canada) based artists Ben Labenski, Jonny Klynkramer, and Brendon Wilson. These guys make life a little breezier. he Radia ...Read More

The Exquisite Corpse for radia.fm by Campus Radio Brussels. The first Campus Paris programme for the Radia network is a cadavre exquis or exquisite corpse inspired by the Surrealist game invented in Paris in 1925. It is similar to  ...Read More

radia season 32, show #469 (radio one 91FM. dunedin, new zealand), playing from march 24 to march 31, 2012. concrète by Jacques Soddell A suite illustrating my abstract narrative “cinema for the ears” style of musique concrète using processed field recordings to create ...Read More

This show documents the first musical meeting of five radiophile artists: David Haines (AU), electric guitar, laptop Henk Bakker (NL), bass clarinet, laptop Lukas Simonis (NL), electric guitar, electronics Joyce Hinterding (AU), open source radio scanner, painted antennas, laptop Knut Aufermann (DE), feedback Recorded by Lukas ...Read More

Rather than nothing. By Luc Méhari. Dedicated to Etienne Noiseau. Silence doesn’t exist. Even less in a radio studio. Even less with an ageing analog mixer. Even less when you play with switches, streaming, phones and other feedbacks. There is always ...Read More