Today's Schedule

Midnight GMT

Radia Redux

A nine-part retrospective of the first five seasons of the Radia network’s epochal (and on-going) radio art series. Assembled by Lee Stapleford.

5am GMT Weekly, Monday, 6pm

Unexplained Sounds #77

A selection of experimental music and sound work from the international underground network Unexplained Sounds, curated by Raffaele Pezzella (Sonologyst).

7:30am GMT New!

Body Edit Mind #6

A 22-hour radio project in 7 episodes by Milo Thesiger–Meacham. An unnamed narrator moves house and pieces together a world of recording devices, names, crime, real-world characters and media from across the globe, featuring 10-second audio extracts from over 6000 individual videos found online, original sound recordings, music, hand-held camera audio and writing. Follow Fox Neame for more.

10:30am GMT

The Wire: Adventures In Music and Sound # 2nd February 2023

In this episode, Chris Bohn plays tracks by Langham Research Centre & John Butcher, Camae Ayewa, Lydia Lunch, AGF, and more.

New music with The Wire Magazine.

Midday GMT

Fae Ma Bit Tae Ur Bit #51

Sound collage, record spinning, havering, ear wonk and general head scratch with Dylan Nyoukis of the Chocolate Monk label.

2pm GMT New!

Estuary Magic #19 - Recorders in a Field Volume 2

Communiques from Thanet Tape Centre, Hard drive sludge. audio tidal pools. Music sediment. Friends utterances, sea walls of noise, salt marsh drone.

3pm GMT New!

walkplacedistancetime #12 - In the South of an Imaginary Island: Movement 2

Welcome to walkplacedistancetime.

Walking, movement in place, in air, distance through time.

This episode is In the South of an Imaginary Island: Movement 2.

"I have an imaginary island. As part of a Groundworks project, I made a walk around the south of my island. As per the project instructions I walked between randomly chosen stopping points, each with associated ‘prompt’ words. The result is this sound work; this first half played in January and this second half plays in February. More details, the associated text and a concertina-fold book can be viewed here."

embodiment -:- walking human movement -:- place more-less natural -:- distance time over across -:- field recording -:- poetry -:- composition -:- martin p eccles

4pm GMT New!

Tenement Press Presents SJ Fowler’s MUEUM # I - IV (of IV)

Here, the book is broadcast in its entirety.

"With the apocalyptic vision of Ballard and the acerbic attitude of Céline, MUEUM scatters human detritus over the shiny Perspex of our most dearly loved vitrines."Chris McCabe

"A showcase, ransacked with horrid delight: Fowler's MUEUM presents the placid, lurid violences of surveillance and exhibition with startling and brutal stylishness. A seething triumph."Eley Williams

A novella of ludic menace, a puzzle without pieces, SJ Fowler’s MUEUM pictures the amassing and dismantling of a public edifice, brick by brick, in prose that refracts and breaks the light emitted by history’s ornaments and history’s omissions. Suspended in unknowable time there is a city; in the city, an event, a conflict. Amid the ash, fog and cloud, there is the manufacturing of a space—a many-winged museum on the make.

On the plinths, exquisite remnants of life present and past—adorning the walls, portraits of gentle torture sit hand in hand with brutal and statuesque portrayals of camaraderie—and the gift-shop is littered with plastic curios and gilt revulsion. Goya, as atmosphere rather than artwork, hovers amid iron age ghosts, bronzed ideas, and antiqued anxiety.

Pacing the hall, atrium and corridor, there are those who keep the museum—the various midwives to the building’s demands—and those, like the reader, who merely visit; those who pass through the vacant galleries adrift with questions. What can I touch? What is next to Egypt? What is hidden in Mesopotamia? Where do we eat? Drink? Where is the entrance? The exit? Following the tradition of the Nestbeschmutzer authors (“one who dirties their own nest,” vis-à-vis Bernhard and Gombrowicz, et al), in Fowler’s curt, spiralling, and acute work, the museum’s keepers will answer.

A four-part, unabridged broadcast of SJ Fowler’s debut novella, MUEUM — as read by the author — recorded on location in Resonance Extra's South London studios.

7:53pm GMT

Mitamine Lab #40 - Using a Modern Cellphone

Just a normal day trying a new cellphone around CDMX.

Mitamine Lab is a culture laboratory based in Mexico City which blends sound archives with contemporary music and literature.

8:53pm GMT Twice-Monthly, First and Third Thursday at 6pm BST New!

female:pressure #64 - R3NATA

R3NATA is the co-founder of WOMXN, a collective and platform that was born out of the desire to increase the visibility of women behind the decks in Mexico City. She lives in Berlin since 2017 and actively participates in the electronic music scene.

In 2019, she started hosting WOMXNIZED, a radio show under RBL Berlin with the aim to invite new guests every two months (DJ/producer) to showcase their work and get to know them better. The other month, she takes over the decks. The music selection of R3NATA is mostly focused on melodic rhythms for the dance floor. She believes that the only good system is a sound system.

Twice-monthly broadcast showcasing electronic music produced by members of the female:pressure international network of female, transgender and non-binary artists practising in the fields of electronic music and digital arts.

10pm GMT New!

Injazero #41 - Experimental Ukraine Special

This episode features music by experimental & ambient artists from Ukraine, some of which are on Injazero Records.

Image: Cover art by Ukrainian designer Nastia Lopatiuk for Heinali's album Madrigals.

Injazero Records founder Siné Buyuka plays a selection of electronic, experimental, ambient and contemporary classical tracks.

11pm GMT Monthly on the Fourth Tuesday at 8pm

Conditional #19

Tracks from across the spectrum of electronic and computer music, with Calum Gunn of Conditional.

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