#11. Een programma over onafhankelijke geluidskunst, radiofonische projecten en andere audio-non-visuele misverstanden en vondsten.
Deze aflevering van Dr Klangendum kent twee gedeeltes die door leden van het Radia network zijn gemaakt; Number Twelve door de Engelse excentrieke outsider Sophie Wilder (via de outsider/weirdo community radio ‘Soundartradio’ uit de UK). Postcards From Italy door Gianmarco Del Re (Radio Papese, it). Playlist; Dr Klangendum jingle (Giovanni & Lukas Simonis) Number Twelve Dr Klangendum jingle (Giovanni & Lukas Simonis) Postcards from Italy Dr Klangendum jingle (Giovanni & Lukas Simonis)
EXTRA INFO; Number Twelve by Sophie Wilder. Sophie Wilder has been making strange noises for over thirty years, initially at home but then as part of the legendary lost 80s band Well Crucial. Nowadays she intersperses infrequent improvisation as part of the A Band with weekly broadcasts of bizarre sounds on Soundart Radio. Her home equipment consists of a couple of battered synth modules, a few musical toys and primitive recording equipment Things Sophie likes Electronic experimentation Birdsong Old Science fiction Totnes The great outdoors Cats Things Sophie hates Convention Capitalism Broccoli Winter Spiders Garden gnomes Things Sophie is A drifting clarifier An experimenter Usually late An introvert Things Sophie is not Organised Good at writing about herself Sophie Wilder is not married, has no children, and does not live in Surrey. Postcards from Italy by Gianmarco Del Re (for Radio Papesse). Taking cue from Gianmarco Del Re¹s column on Fluid Radio, which profiles the most interesting sound artists and musicians currently operating within the Italian electroacoustic scene, musicians Giulio Aldinucci and Attilio Novellino have launched the Postcard from Italy project. They invited the Aips collective artists to take parte in the project asking them to take field recordings in their own respective cities and areas, which were then redistributed amongst the group on an anonymous basis in order to be reworked and processed. The resulting sounds ended up being a multifaceted sonic snapshot of the Italian peninsula, articulated into an album to be released this September, a live event that took place in London July 21st, 2013 at Café OTO and an installation at SoundFjord. This Radia Show was then produced by the original inspirator of the whole project, Gianmarco Del Re. He assembled fragments of the compositions included the Aips album, mixed them together with the original field recordings, excerpts from the installation sounds and recordings form the live shows of the Aips collective at CaféOTO and Power Lunches. The result is a 28 minutes compendium of processed sketches from Italy.