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solrezza on 04/12/2013 at 05:47PM
Listen: SHORTS FOR RADIO
(We recommend listening to this program during the night)
“Old disembodied voices from another world without time, no space, no language.”
Dedicated to archive.org everything we do once done leaves belong only time knows no copy rights.
“Short for radio” is an experimental radio series which has a duration of 12 minutes is the result of research based on sound files of the 20′ to 60′ from around the world are on the archive.org in the public domain.
“Shorts for radio” is born in late 2011 with the idea of creating a small fragment virtual radio, a piece of experimental radio and sound bites to collect texts that at some point been transmitted from a media such as radio or television. Through these sound bites seek to recreate a new discourse, a play on words, a transformation of language, a gino between composition and radio-style sound, a sigh radio between a virtual world where radio turmoil mutates and languages and meanings come to different senses.
Radio is a medium that takes the form of what it represents, a voice, a sound behind a black curtain, a solitude in the middle of the night, a gaze without eyes. Something that is beyond our reach, but it’s there. Understand something beyond the language of words, a language that extends through the sounds.
Each program contains a description of the files used, all additional sounds were performed and produced entirely by Sol Rezza.
Since this work was conceived from licensed files Public Domain This work is licensed under the same license.
Produced by: Sol Rezza
To: Panz4 Troupé
Cover design: Daniel Iván
solrezza on 04/12/2013 at 05:43PM
16 - 22 APRILE 2012 Pepite: C’è chi la chiama sound-art, musica contemporanea, suoni di ricerca, sperimentazioni acustiche o suoni di confine, noi le chiamiamo Pepite: piccoli semi di ricerca sul suono, elementi preziosi della nostra programmazione. Ogni settimana selezionati e messi in evidenza all’interno del flusso freeform della nostra programmazione.Some call it sound-art, new music, research sounds, acoustic experimentations or liminal sounds, we just call them Pepite, golden nuggets: tips on sound research, precious bits of our programming. Each week we select few Pepite and highlight them into our freefrom streaming.Gli ascolti di questa settimana arrivano da un luogo davvero particolare e raccolgono suoni che viaggiano sulla rete, voci senza corpo, senza spazio, tempo o lingua ben definita.Sono suoni che vivono di nuova vita in un progetto dell’artista argentina Sol Rezza, sono suoni e voci ricomposti in racconti radiofonici.“La Radio è un medium che prende la forma di quello che rappresenta: una voce, un suono dietro una tenda scura, un senso di solitudine nel mezzo della notte, uno sguardo senza occhi. Talvolta è qualche cosa al di fuori della nostra portata, eppure lì, vicino; un qualche cosa capace di andare oltre il linguaggio delle parole, un linguaggio di suono” Con queste Pepite porgiamo il nostro orecchio a SHORTS for radio un progetto dedicato a archive.org da Panz4 TroupéSHORTS for radio è programmato nello streaming notturno di Radio Papesse—This week listening tips come from a very peculiar place and collect sounds from the web, disembodied voices from another world without time, no space, no language.Sounds that get a new life into a project by artgentinian artist Sol Rezza, sounds and voices restructured into radiphonic pieces.”Radio is a medium that takes the form of what it represents, a voice, a sound behind a black curtain, a solitude in the middle of the night, a gaze without eyes. Something that is beyond our reach, but it’s there. Understand something beyond the language of words, a language that extends through the sounds.”With this golden nuggets we turn our ear to SHORTS for radio a project dedicated to archive.org by Panz4 TroupéSHORTS for radio is programmed in the night streaming of Radio Papesse
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douglasawh on 01/03/2013 at 03:55PM
Long time listeners of our show will know that we have long separated our talk shows and music shows into to shows. In March, we are going to try a more traditional radio format with the tracks in the same episode as the talking. This may last only in March, or it might be our new format.
Our upcoming interview schedule includes artists, netlabelists and FMA's very own Andrea Silenzi.
Below is the planned release schedule (a select track from the bands can be found even further below). Of course, things come up, so schedule is subject to change.
January 06: Let Fall The Sparrow
January 13: Andrea Silenzi
January 20: A/V Linux
January 27: Chotto Ghetto
February 03: 20lb Sounds
February 10: Loz Kaye
February 17: Baconsmash Records
February 24: Lorenzo's Music
March 03: Reuse Aloud
We are not booking other interviews in March in case an earlier interviewee needs to reschedule and also we want to experiment with the new format before submitting guests to it!
We have all of April very tentatively booked. If you're a musician, audiocaster, netlabel or technologist that specializes in remixable Creative Commons music and would like to come on our show for an interview in May or the summer months, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MikeMatthews on 04/09/2011 at 04:58AM
HERE is EFFIZODE 26 of THE LAST PLACE ON EARTH with MIKE MATTHEWS and his special guest HEY ROSETTA!Listen here...http://michaelmatthews.podomatic.com/entry/2011-04-08T21_42_32-07_00Hello this is Mike Matthews boarding the bus that takes us to THE LAST PLACE ON EARTH. Today's half hour of happy includes more of our interview with the phenomenal Newfoundland band Hey Rosetta! plus Chely Shoehart our 18 year old giftshop supervisor discovers a horrible secret about herself and Floyd the Floorman finally puts his foot down! In a bucket! What's up with him? It's all coming up next at THE LAST PLACE ON EARTH!Glen Beck is leaving Fox. Here's the thing...it's not like he's retiring. He's still going to be on radio and doing little features and still having a presence across the so called "un-liberal media." Is the Tea Party turning into a party of quitters? Palin? Beck? Is it "we're going to take BACK America!" or "I'm going to take a nap...on my BACK."This week we explore the very prevalent phenomena in our culture of aging rockstars. What was once deemed cooler than cool is now turning into a bunch of guys who can't hit high notes that smoked way too much and just aged like the rest of us...or aged worse than the rest of us (but had fun doing it!). I'm hearing a lot lately about what it's like to work for Google. I think that I will never be able to work there, but if I did I would be treated to free laptops, free computer swag of all sorts, a cafeteria that is being completely misnomered by calling it that for it's more like a gourmet restaurant with incredibly healthy food and every service under the sun: on sight doctors, fitness trainers, doggy kennels, childcare. Utopia has been found on Earth and its name, strangely enough, is Google!Oh, by the way, here's something else I found out...If you're looking for a job and you think you've got an "in" somewhere and it turns out one day that your "in" person tells you, "Oh, you want a job here? I can't help you. You have to apply like everybody else." This happened to a friend of mine. How is that person even an "in" person? People claim they "know" people all the time. If you live here in the Bay Area, stop thinking that you're special that you know someone at Pixar! EVERYONE knows someone at Pixar! Someone in my computer class said they knew someone at Pixar and they "were so cool to work for!" Yeah, you know what? It's Hollywood. When they're making a movie, nobody goes home. It's work all day and night. You have no life. Working for Pixar is your life so you might as well find a nice little overpriced (even in this economy) condo in Emeryville and just not even move in cuz you'll never live there. I had my head bitten off in computer class for saying that. "No programmers have lives!" said one of the young pock marked fresh faces sitting next to me. Well, go for it, little youngin'! Tell me how that works out for you when you're 40 and you've gone through 80 relationships with women who didn't want to stick around because you were never around cuz you were working on the next disney-formulaic movie to get nominated (and not win) for Best Picture.Oh...excuse me. I watched a Lewis Black special last night. in a ranting mood!In my intro song for this week's show I sing about how I overheard someone (this also happened to be in my computer class...god I get some material from that class!) get upset because someone else was invading their personal space. You know what invades my personal space? I've said it before, but people yelling on their cellphones in a public place. How can we be living in 2011, the cellphone being around for well over 20 years, and people are still yelling on those? Etiquette, people! I don't care how your friends talk on the cellphone when in the privacy of your own group, when you're loud, you're loud! We can ALL here you! If we were smart, we should all tell you EXACTLY WHAT YOU SAID when you end your call. You want privacy? I don't think so!Thanks a lot Lewis! You've made my blog more ranty than usual. Okay. Well, enjoy this week's show. Hey Rosetta! and their lead singer, Tim Baker, talk to us in more of our interesting interview with them, plus, as you read earlier, craziness ensues with some of the cafe characters. Subscribe on iTunes at...http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/michaelmatthewss-podcast/id318601461Next week it's more of our interview with singer/songwriter Irene Pena as well as a visit from the Disgruntled Fiddle Player and the Brewmaster. We could all use a brew these days!MikeMikeTalks.blog.com
MikeMatthews on 04/04/2011 at 04:40PM
HERE's effizode 25 of THE LAST PLACE ON EARTH with MIKE MATTHEWS!!!Click to listen to the show here...http://michaelmatthews.podomatic.com/entry/2011-04-04T00_49_53-07_00People watch TV at nightI'm doing this show instead, alright?Got a paper to write tomorrowHas something to do with something bizarroOh I went and watched THE FIGHTER one more timeI take it back, Amy Adams acted better than a mime It's funny how when you see a film againSome things you said before get tossed in a binNo there ain't no cure for the summertime bluesYes summer's almost hereSo get on your sweating gear! Hi this Mike Matthews. Join me this week as we hear more of our interview with up and coming British performer Eliza Doolittle fresh off her big week at South by South West. We'll also find out what Valentino the Parking Attendant and Bison Bentley are mad about regarding this show. And we'll talk to a politician who's busy defunding one radio company so he can fund another. Come with me to THE LAST PLACE ON EARTH!One of the cool things about having a show like this is when little things hit you during the week and you go...argh! I can't wait to talk about it! As if talking about it will help diffuse the "argh" from earlier. Of course, when I actually sit down to do the show 9 times out of 10 I forget what it was I was "argh-ing" about!I just want to know, how are you watching movies on regular network or cable television anymore? I'm not talking about the cable stations that don't show any commercials. I'm talking the ones that now actually tell you that "this movie was modified, edited and TIME COMPRESSED." Why on earth would you watch a movie that's been diced and sliced like that? Are you that starved for entertainment? Believe me, there are THOUSANDS of podcast out there, both just audio or with video that are far more worthy of your time. I use Mediafly to listen to audio podcasts on this system made by Logitech called Squeeze Box. It's not perfect; shows drop out and other odd things happen. But someone needs to make it easier for this privately produced entertainment to get to our general purpose televisions. One of the reasons why people aren't flocking to this is because they want to just sit back and be entertained and not have to "search" or "click around" to find content. But after watching 5 minutes of regular television, I can tell you there is no content on tv to be seen!So enjoy the show and check back here next week to hear more of our interview from that amazing band from Newfoundland called Hey Rosetta!You can subscribe on iTunes at:http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/michaelmatthewss-podcast/id318601461Thanks! Mike