L'étranger : (whichever possible) Tuesday on Radio Panik 105.4FM, Brussels, 21h00-22h00
Scrambling radio art/art of radio, social imaginary significations, collective fictional spaces, post-economic music, queer diasporas...
A relational outburst of Groupe L'étranger.
"It's not true I had nothing on, I had the radio on" - Marylin Monroe
Tries to be as COPYLEFT as possible, self bowled, or a product of the g-g-g-g-gift economy.
Note: Only shows (or related) which contain artists who are on FMA are listed in the blog here. The tracks attached to the blog may not be the *exact* same as played on the show ... however the artist is.
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ltgpanik on 05/09/2013 at 02:00AM
23-year old Venezuelan Ernesto Gonzalez is one half of the dark electronics duo Sayona, one half of the drone duo Gonzalez/Steenkiste, 1/6 of the psych rock band Sylvester Anfang II, and still 100% Bear Bones, Lay Low, his solo project that started out as voodoo noise but slowly evolved from kraut to synth fusion.
TAGGED AS:bear bones lay low
ltgpanik on 03/05/2013 at 06:43PM
L'étranger: Show #275, 26th February 2013 w/ Textile Audio, Nicky Cook, The Fucked Up Beat, Skitter a.o.
L'etranger, Radio Panik 105.4FM, Brussels
Every possible Tuesday 21h00- 22h00 (CET).
Quixotic: adjective : exceedingly idealistic ; unrealistic and impractical : a vast and perhaps quixotic project.
A relational outburst of Groupe L'etranger.
Show #275, 26th February 2013
The elements scrambled: music of Brian Routh, 2:13 PM + Motherfucking + La 6eme Faute, Neck vs Throat, TEAM PI$$, CHXFX, Skitter + Stevie Bruce, Nicky Cook, The Fucked Up Beat, Inextremis, Cyanide Scenario, Psionic Flesh, Vengance, Steve Beresford / Martin Kuchen / Stale Liavik Solberg, No Power, J. Collin, Grazhdanskaya Oborona, Broken Machine Films Presents..., NOS Project & Charles Antony, Miseenscene, Textile Audio, Bible Launcher, Umanzuki, Elen Never Sleeps, NTHnth STHsth, Vernon & Burns. Films of NYX, David J. White.
Full playlist with active links to artists is here: http://ltgpanik.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/show275/