Music by Jung An Tagen, Florian Hecker, Cadeu, Goem, Spatial, Wieman and Thomas Ankersmit.
There are probably many ways you can listen to a radio show, but in this case it is definitely recommended to listen in stereo over some good speakers. No headphones please. Occasionally try moving your head around a bit. You might look a bit silly, but it’s worth it if you want to experience the spatial sound fields in this mix.
For example, the piece by Thomas Ankersmit uses tones produced by the listener’s own ears, inspired by Raaijmakers thoughts on holophonic sound fields to be individually explored by the listener. With this phenomenon, the listener’s inner ears actively generate sounds that don’t exist in the recorded signal, and which can change with a small movement of the head.
00:00 electronic frequencies tune.
00:35 Jung An Tagen. 2253  sets mode. (label: Editions Mego)
04:09 Florian Hecker. Acid In The Style Of David Tudor. (label: Editions Mego)
14:19 Cadeu. Echoic III. (label: Esc.rec.)
16:45 Goem. Patroon. (label: Esc.rec.)
19:44 Spatial. Quiddity Dub. (label: Infrasonics)
26:49 Jung An Tagen. Narrow Slits. (label: MMODEMM)
29:26 Wieman. Trenkel 2. (label: Kvitnu)
33:28 Thomas Ankersmit. Homage To Dick Raaijmakers. (label: Shelter Press)
56:51 Jung An Tagen. In Mildem Licht (Feat. Miaux). (label: Editions Mego)