Wednesday 27th March 2019

Midnight GMT Weekly New!

FieldsOS #3 - Techno


William Fields explores the potential of algorithmic music through the process of recreating (and inventing?) genres with his musical operating system.

1am GMT Weekly New!

Maximum Rocknroll Radio #1654


Maximum Rocknroll Radio is a weekly radio show and podcast featuring DIY punk, garage rock, hardcore, and more from around the world. A rotating cast of DJs pick the best of the best from MRR's astounding, ever-growing vinyl archive. You can find MRR Radio archives, specials and more at radio.maximumrocknroll.com. Thanks for listening!

2am GMT Weekly, Thursday evening at Midnight (early hours of Friday) New!

The Parish News #133


Andy Backhouse presents a two hour show of new and unusual music and sounds - playing everything from Free Jazz to Field Recordings. This is an open-format show with a difference.

4am GMT Monthly on the Second Friday at 10pm

The Infinite Inward


Cosmic, transcendent sounds and exploratory electronics with f.ampism.

6am GMT Monthly | First Sunday | 6pm

ATTN:Magazine


Thematic mixes and reflections, captured along the Dorset coastline by ATTN:Magazine' Jack Chuter.

8am GMT Monthly on the First Wednesday at 8pm

Shimmering Moods Records


Shimmering Moods Records explores the many sides of experimental ambient music, into the far reaches of the imagination.

10am GMT

Ancestronic


Ancestronic is a show about the intersection of electronic music and global folklore, presented by Dopamina.

Midday GMT Monthly | First Sunday | 6pm

ATTN:Magazine


Thematic mixes and reflections, captured along the Dorset coastline by ATTN:Magazine' Jack Chuter.

2pm GMT Monthly on the third Tuesday at 10pm

GOOD NIGHT #3 - Surrealism


Said the sky to the moon, shall we do a dance? I'll wait for you to make the move but please don't wait until you hear - the sound below the atmosphere. Ceylan Göksel and Sami Fitz reach subliminal heights with genre-busting spoken word, ambient textures, sound sculptures, and a different theme every show. We wish you a good night.

3:30pm GMT Weekly New!

FieldsOS #3 - Techno


William Fields explores the potential of algorithmic music through the process of recreating (and inventing?) genres with his musical operating system.

4:30pm GMT

Radia


Members of Radia, the international group of independent cultural radio stations, explore new and forgotten ways of making radio.

5pm GMT

Radio Cascabel # Whiskey


A selection of the most vibrant and exciting new sounds of Latin American emerging talents.

6pm GMT Weekly, Monday, 6pm

Unexplained Sounds #150


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

7pm GMT Weekly on Wednesday at 7pm

Naviar Broadcast #56 - The Heart Is a Fool

This week’s episode includes music made by Naviar’s community inspired by the haiku by Lee Rosevere: “The heart is a fool, / Never learns what it can't have / Beating hopelessly”.


Thirty minutes of experimental music made in response to a weekly haiku poem, curated by Marco Alessi of Naviar Records and Naviar's international community of composers.

7:30pm GMT Monthly on the fourth Wednesday at 7.30pm New!

Lea Navigations #3 - Horse Shoe Bridge (Springfield Park) to Lea Bridge Road

An improvisation under a railway arch at the site of the Avro 1's first flight on the Walthamstow Marshes accompanies a navigation through a nexus of transport routes old and new, commemorated and long forgotten. A sonic journeying through air, across land and on water.


Littoral Transmissions meander through the sonic landscape of the River Lea from Stonebridge Lock to Leamouth. Recordings from the field converge with layers of sound to create an aural impression of the navigation.

8pm GMT Twice Monthly on the Second and Fourth Wednesday

ID Spectral #12 - Louis Sterling and Jamie Moore Extended Experimental Mix

For this episode, resident artists Louis Sterling and Jamie Moore go back to the basics with an extended mix of ambient, contemporary classical and experimental music. Featuring tracks by Louis Sterling, Distant Animals, GAIKA, Eli Keszler and more


ID Spectral is a multi-disciplinary record label and arts collective, showcasing the spectrum of innovative creative identities worldwide.

10pm GMT Monthly

Tyneside Sounds Society #18 - Gateshead Garden Festival 1990 (Part 1)

From 1984 until 1992 five National Garden Festivals were held in the UK. One of them was in Gateshead in the North East of England in 1990. It lasted 157 days across that summer and received over three million visitors.

The Garden Festivals were the idea of UK Conservative environment secretary Michael Heseltine in 1980. They were based on the German post-war Bundesgartenschau concept for reclaiming large areas of derelict land in cities.

All the festivals were held in designated areas — reclaimed land that had become derelict and poisonous in the wake of industrial decline. Other festivals were held in Liverpool, Stoke and Glasgow. They each cost between £25 — £70 million.

Michael McHugh is joined by artists and mytho-geosonic experts Tim Shaw and John Bowers for an exhaustive journey along the River Team and through the landscape and footpaths of the former festival on the eve of this years vernal equinox.

It's very different to how it was in 1990 and if you look closely, in amongst the empty bottles of white cider, 30 years of lager cans, discarded laptops, torn suitcases, condoms and nitrous oxide bulbs you’ll find remnants of the festival’s sculptures, landscaping and foundations.

It's an eerie interzone and that makes the aspiration and ambition of the 1990 festival feel somewhat unreal.

This is a two part broadcast with Part 2 broadcast in April.


The Tyneside Sounds Society is a monthly broadcast dedicated to the recording and reinterpretation of the sonic environment and sound heritage of Tyneside in the North East of England.

11pm GMT Weekly | Wednesday | 11pm New!

Spool's Out


Tristan Bath (of The Quietus) explores the outer fringes of modern cassette culture, playing tapes from around the world.

Midnight GMT Monthly on the Fourth Thursday (AM) at Midnight

ZHELEZOBETON #25

Invisible breath turns into a force that brings together a hammer and an anvil. Textural immateriality intertwines with sensual incarnations. Contemplation of abstract particularities becomes a dream about heroic exploits.


All kinds of experimental and post-industrial underground music from the vaults of Russian label and distributor ZHELEZOBETON, selected by DJ Kryptogen from his St. Petersburg studio.

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