London-based art, music and architecture writer Bobby Jewell plays a selection of ambient, jazz and classical music over two hours.
Weekly live-streamed electronic music broadcasts by Vancouver-based experimental net-label ADSR collective, presented by Sean Mallion.
Thematic mixes and reflections, captured along the Dorset coastline by ATTN:Magazine' Jack Chuter.
Portland-based Dekay plays a mix of songs from across the electronic music spectrum with a focus on classic and new house.
Weekly exploration of the inner city sounds of Athens and surrounding areas through lucid soundscapes and site-specific transmissions.
Beàrnaraigh, hosted by Martin Eccles, is a programme exploring movement, time and distance through walking on an outer Hebridean island.
Boston Becomes Eclectic is a broadcast series by Ilya of the acclaimed blog I Heart Noise, which brings you the latest in underground music with particular reference to Boston, Massachusetts.
Come On, Come Down! explores adventurous night music for the sleepless. The series covers a broad spectrum of genres, from ambient and noise through to jazz, post-rock and contemporary classical. Each episode is thematically linked and aims to highlight a specific mood, artist or movement. Listen out for the occasional live session.
Tracks from across the spectrum of electronic and computer music, with Calum Gunn of Conditional.
Dallas Simpson has worked since the 1990s as an environmental location performance sound artist improvising live on location, listening and performing with found objects and surfaces. Works are usually recorded live on location in a single take using custom in-ear binaural techniques. These 3-D perceptual recordings are ideally heard through headphones for a full surround sound experience.
Discrepancies is a global showcase of disparate music with focus on earthly field recordings and international sounds, curated by the Discrepant record label, presented by Gonçalo F Cardoso
Nicola Serra, founder of East London's experimental music festival Dronica, presents archive material from previous incarnations.
Fading Somewhere Else is a work by Morkebla & Dalhous. The short three-part series hopes to explore and streamline some of the music that has influenced their philosophy in the sound-exploration of unconscious states of self.
William Fields explores the potential of algorithmic music through the process of recreating (and inventing?) genres with his musical operating system.
A selection of experimental frequencies, interviews and sessions plus cuts from the First Terrace label by Alex Ives (Specimens) and Joe Summers.
Flux aims to explore the themes of liminal space, temporality and boundaries, whether physical or theoretical. This exploration is carried out through field recording and sound design. Each episode invites an artist, performer or sound recordist to create a show in reaction to these themes. Exploring a space or spaces they deem relevant through their own creative practice.
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.
Commissioned new work from contemporary sound practitioners and other audio choices from experimental electronic collective The Spirit of Gravity.
ID Spectral is a multi-disciplinary record label and arts collective, showcasing the spectrum of innovative creative identities worldwide.
Sister of Reggae Naoko The Rock selects authentic 60s and 70s reggae records plus contemporary Japanese and global releases inspired by Jamaica's authentic analogue reggae sounds.
A monthly collection of audio experiments and listening objects with sound artist Matt Burnett from Berlin.
Brooklyn-based Olivia Bradley-Skill presents Lo-fi Goddesses, live sound collage and original radio artworks inspired by female-fronted post-punk bands and experimental dance music.
Forward-thinking music show hosted by James Acquaye Nortey-Glover and Tom Allman, curators behind the Mantissa Mix series.
Mitamine Lab is a culture laboratory based in Mexico City which blends sound archives with contemporary music and literature.
Katie Callin and Hannah Hogan present left-field, experimental and alternative music exclusively by women, the third Friday of each month.
Tullis Rennie is a composer, electronic musician, trombonist, field-recordist, DJ, improviser, biscuit obsessive and slow-cycling enthusiast. He currently lives in London.
Musicity seeks to encourage people to explore the city musically, architecturally and experientially by commissioning musicians and sound artists to compose original tracks in response to a building, area or aspect of the city that inspires them.
Thirty minutes of experimental music made in response to a weekly haiku poem, curated Marco Alessi of Naviar Records and its international community of composers.
Stéphane Marin presents a weekly series of twenty soundscapes recorded in the mornings at various locations throughout Oceania. Entitled « Oceanian PhoNographic Mornings » this series forms part of a wider project, « Each Morning of the World », which invites sound artists, composers and recordists globally to share their own specific point of listening, either through a raw field recording or original composition.
This project tends to focus on the vivacity and the creativity of the « soundscape » scene in the world. In this goal Stéphane Marin asks to a representative sample of sound creators, composers, recordists who use field recording as a part of their creative process to share with the audience a creation or a raw recording of their own morning in a precise location of the world. The project also tend to cover the most larger part (or representative) of the continents area in 15 to 20 contributions per season (contributors are natives or foreigners; trying to share the most female contributors as possible, and tend to share the most local contributors as possible). The rule is simple : a soundscape (from 3 to 12 minutes) is release each Sunday morning then the name of the contributor is reveal to the public and to the other contributors.
A group has been created on Facebook dedicated to the promotion of the project on this social media:
The compilations are sold in a dematerialized form for (name your prize) € and € 0.5 per track.
All receipts are donated to the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology.
Polifony, with Kristopher Winter, is a monthly programme dedicated to the exploration of Eastern European culture. This month Kristopher is joined by guest...
Postnew is a modular theory, describing the fluid development of aesthetics. Every movement has a post-movement, every end is a beginning, every post-aesthetic will be followed by a post-post-aesthetic. Join the mailing list here.
Radio Concrete by Hagai Izenberg is a monthly experimental radio show which deals with live mixing and processing of field recordings together with radio broadcasting and concrete sounds. Fresh raw materials including everyday sounds, samples from tv & radio, news editions and advertisements are all gathered on a regular basis and then mixed together with live sources (FM and AM stations and other live online streaming sources) and objects (such as amplified/hacked toys).
Ambient, folk, ritual, electronic, dub, free jazz and exploratory works selected by Brooding Side Of Madness.
SHAPE Platform previews festivals from its roster of international experimental music festivals.
Personally-felt sensory collages and sonic obscurities with Milo Thesiger-Meacham.
Shimmering Moods Records explores the many sides of experimental ambient music, into the far reaches of the imagination.
Short Manual is a sound collage program & conceptual mix show with some original production included.
Weekly electronic music show dedicated to house and techno, broadcast from the University of Brighton.
Slow Radio by bauhaus.fm is a radio format where almost nothing happens and still people listen. To test this we have chosen the shortest night of the year, from 20th to 21st June. The following ingredients could possibly surface: a camp fire, tomorrow's football results, the underwater world of the river Ilm, memorising of a poem, reading of a book, a quarry with a nearby brewery & boiling water.
Monthly music selections from Youngbloods record label co-head John Moses and friends - navigating two hours of auditory delights, sonic terrors, and everything in between. Live streamed from Los Angeles.
Virgilio Oliveira explores the sonic environment in collaboration with Porto's Radio Manabras, presenting an hour of sound art and field recordings.
Stéphane Marin presents a weekly series of fifteen short soundscapes recorded in the mornings at various locations throughout South America. Entitled « South American PhoNographic Mornings » this series for Resonance Extra forms part of a wider project, « Each Morning of the World », which invites sound artists, composers and recordists globally to share their own specific point of listening, either through a raw field recording or original composition.
Tristan Bath (of The Quietus) explores the outer fringes of modern cassette culture, playing tapes from around the world.
A diverse mix of out-of-leftfield music and sound presented by James Hassall, Bene Pooley, Jack Greenhalgh and Matt Soczywko from London-based label Steep Incline.
Online music publication Stray Landings invites guests from across the electronic music spectrum to discuss themes and innovations.
Btech and Eman Resu of Superfluid present sound, music, noise along with all their sources via talk, fiction and truth.
Dom Millard presents non-easy listening, wonky synths and future sounds past and present.
Synth Remix celebrates the pioneering women of electronic music through DJ sets and live performances of works composed or inspired by musicians including Delia Derbyshire and Daphne Oram. Supported by Arts Council England (using public funding from the National Lottery), Sound and Music's Composer-Curator scheme, the PRS for Music Foundation, and The Fenton Arts Trust.
Lucia H Chung - artist in residence at Music Hackspace - presents a four part series promoting visibility of artists from Taiwan working with sound. Throughout July, August and September 2018, four Taiwanese artists will deliver a programme of workshops, artists talks and performances at Music Hackspace, culminating in a final night of performances in late September.
Monthly conceptual broadcast by Leipzig-based DJ and producer Rabia.
Spoken word clutter jittery diary entries from the cardboard prince Robert Ridley-Shackleton, with occasional guest pals and card funk and lots and lots of tupperwave.
Ed Baxter presents a fascinating selection of recordings from the archives of London Musicians’ Collective - mostly live performances from the 1990s and early 2000s. As curator, producer and organiser of many of these, he also recalls the events themselves and the personalities involved in what now seems a 'golden age' of experimental music. Nostalgia will however be avoided.
This special broadcast features full-length audio from The Long Half Day, a 12-hour improvised concert at the IKLECTIK arts lab which took place on Saturday 12 March 2016, featuring Tim Yates, Adam Bushell, Benedict Taylor, Kev Nickells, Chris Parfitt, Diana Policarpo, James O'Sullivan and Dan Powell.
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.
Theatre of the Ears is a programme exploring radio and transmission art, hosted by Andrew Jarvis.
Australia-based sound artist Justin Cantrell, aka ju ca, presents ambient, experimental and ASMR-influenced computer music with a regional focus on Australia's sound art scene.
Trace is a project exploring liminal space of the Irish Border between Ireland and Northern Ireland through photography and field recordings taken at almost 200 border crossings. The project aims to document open and free movement currently enjoyed on the Island of Ireland in the context of the current political negotiations. Each episode explores a different section of the border.
New series from Tse Tse Fly Middle East focusing on South East Asian sound art, noise and experimental music.
Tse Tse Fly Middle East is a monthly two-hour radio programme showcasing sound art and experimental music from the Middle East, India and North Africa.
Antoine Bertin is an artist who listens his way around the boundaries between documentary and fiction, the poetic and the political, the living and the artificial. His work consists of audio narratives combining elements of broadcast, walk, sculpture and publication. Weaving technology together with storytelling, he is curious about our relationship with the environment, the 'unreachable' and the idea of progress. Born in 1985, trained as a sound engineer at ENS Louis Lumière and graduating with an MA in Sound Art from London College of Communication, Antoine currently works in London, Paris and Brussels.
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.
An exploration of jazz infused music blurring the lines of genres and styles, with a focus on Brighton.
A selection of experimental music and sound work from the international underground network Unexplained Sounds, curated by Raffaele Pezzella (Sonologyst).
Urban Arts Berlin is a non-profit arts organisation which supports international sound artists. In this series Verónica Mota presents selections of works from the Urban Arts Berlin label.
Malte Kobel selects vibrational music with guests from the realms of sound, theory and art.
Voixxe is a monthly audio magazine show from IKLECTIK, Lambeth's foremost experimental music and arts laboratory, with archival audio, interviews and analysis.
An audio documentary featuring Dronica: the iconic and immersive celebration of experiments in sound, visual and performance art in the unique setting of Shoreditch Old Church, curated by Nicola Serra and the team.
This sonic journey covers the second anniversary celebrations; interviewing performers and exhibitors and showcasing live sets and recordings from the Church and the cemetery which surrounds it. Interviews conducted by Jude Cowan Montague and Mia Kukathasan.
Where the Dead Voices Gather is an indeterminate process driven radio experiment that uses the book 'Where The Dead Voices Gather' by Nick Tosches as its starting point.
Songs are chosen from a series of libraries based on the structure of a haiku. Each show has 17 songs / sounds therefore each show represents a sonic haiku.
Where the Dead voices gather is exploring the sonic potentials of written text and the indeterminate.
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.
Brooklyn record label Zona Music(a) previews forthcoming releases.
dREM is a curatorial project by Allegra Shorto to explore and expand the relationship between art and dream. Each episode is a soundscape lasting the duration of an REM sleep cycle, roughly 90 minutes, to be slept through. Artists are invited to fill this time as they imagine it. The sounds may be incorporated into the narrative of the dream, alter its content or partially wake listeners, making them aware that they are dreaming. Mimicking the cyclical stages of the sleeping mind, the resulting soundscapes flit from silence to resounding repetition, perhaps causing dream ripples. Participants include artists Gregory Barsamian, Lee Berwick, Delia Gonzalez, Dr Keith Hearne, Kurt Hentschlager, Jacob Kierkegaard, Robert Rich and Chu-Li Shewring.
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.