#234. Onafhankelijke geluidskunst, radiofonische projecten en andere audio-non-visuele misverstanden en vondsten. Presenteerddtd deel 14, 15 en 16. (3 Radia Soundpieces)
Show 148: by Stéphane Massy and Eddy Godeberge.
In Radia 148, you’re going to jump from one recording to another that were made simultaneously at about 1000 kilometers away. It was October the 28th, 2007, from 9 to 9:20 pm CET. In a studio in Marseille, Stéphane Massy and Eddy Godeberge (with engineer Sébastien Géli) played a few songs. In a chapel in Brussels, an audience could hear them through the PA and the radio.
This is what almost happened but at the beginning it didn’t properly work. So Brussels and the world were waiting, filling unwillingly the blank. Meanwhile in Marseille, the artists wouldn’t care, they would just speak and play.
Stéphane Massy and Eddy Godeberge until recently hosted a monthly show on Radio Grenouille, ‘le Son du mois’ (the Sound of the month): a kind of news magazine made live with jokes, songs and gossip. They also play their songs in gigs and records as Tante Hortense and run the smart label Les Disques Bien. Radia 148 is produced by Etienne Noiseau. It was intended to Radioactive Radiophony, a 4-hour show by the Radia network in the Radiophonic festival.
Show 151: minimal is beautiful by Patrick Thinsy.
Minimal is beautiful shorter piece. By sound artist Patrick Thinsy, Minimal tools, minimal effects, minimal production, minimal sound.
By using a mix of electronic sounds, field recordings and sounds from previous radioshows with the martiensgohome collective. I tried to break away from my own (mis)-conception of radiophonic creation. It’s more written and edited than what you would expect from an improvising musician, but I believe the balance to be right. Show
149: collage for radio by Richard Povall.
Radia 149 is a collage for radio made by Richard Povall of Aune Head Arts, a contemporary arts organisation based on Dartmoor National Park. Aune Head Arts uses the arts to develop and nurture understanding about rural life, trains and mentors younger professional and pre-professional artists, encourages and supports cross-artform working and works closely and collaboratively with communities. This programme features sound recordings made at various events over the last year. Richard also produces a regular show for Soundart Radio.
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