23:30 EVOL Battle Trax Mix
01:25 Goodiepal “The Official Mort Aux Vaches Ekstra Extra Walkthrough”
02:47 Judy Dunaway “Globos”
03:20 Gullibloon “MUH”
04:20 Dave Phillips “Agitated unfilled extended geometric figure made of ersatz substance”
04:28 Anna Ramos, Roc Jiménez de Cisneros, bat echolocation calls, Parc de la Ciutadella, Barcelona, 23-09-2011
Radio Web MACBA programme
04:38 MEMORABILIA. COLLECTING SOUNDS WITH… Kenneth Goldsmith. Part II
A hyperconcentrated collection of bumpers and crazy rants from Kenneth Goldsmith's (aka Kenny G) legendary WFMU radio show, guaranteed to make you turn down the volume and run out of the house.
04:47:35 am INTERRUPTIONS #9. Meta-records 60’ 01’’
A selection of records that mention, replicate, utilise or study the phenomena of vinyl, the record player and/or recordings. By Anki Toner
05:47:43 am INTERRUPTIONS #1. Pastoral V.2
This layered 60 minute DJ set by Jon Leidecker underlines the history of those classic works of electronic and concrète music which sought to mimic and extend the voices and sounds of our pastoral landscape.
07:35:51 Son[i]a #314. AM Kanngieser
In this podcast, we become the listeners as AM Kanngieser reflects on expanded listening, on the inaudible, and on our anthropocentrism. They talk about their long-standing interest in sound governance and dissect the many tensions that built up in the project “Climates of Listening”, which was originally based on the intention of amplifying campaigns for self-determination and self-representation in the Pacific.
09:04:03 INTERRUPTIONS #8. Sonidos en Causa
Sounds in Cause works as an archive containing the sound heritage of a series of cultural contexts in Latin America where, for good or ill, the environment is expected to experience irreversible changes in the short and medium term as a result of economic growth. The Orquestra del Caos began collecting samples in October 2009. At present, the archive includes 300 Gigabytes of samples of soundscapes from seven Latin American contexts.
09:04:13 Son[i]a #264. Maia Urstad
In this podcast we talk to Maia Urstad about nostalgia, time pips, AM, FM and DAB, about the importance of ska, about arches and obelisks, sounds in the fjord, and time capsules, about program 81, freq_out, and foghorns, and about local radio stations and lost tapes.
10:19:34 MEMORABILIA. COLLECTING SOUNDS WITH...- Ed Veenstra. Part I
Dutch collector Ed Veenstra is one of the world’s leading authorities on the genre of Broken Music: records and paramusical works produced by visual artists and other avant-garde creators.
Knut Aufermann: Sonic weather forecast
Listening forecast issued by the maritime agency Hamburg. Phone calls to isolated artists. Treasures from the island of yesteryear. Audibility moderate or good. With Knut Aufermann.
Der verlängerte Atem präsentiert: Die Verlängerte Rotation
A show between centrifugal force, rotating Kuchenplatte and propellers. Like a breath blast, it blows circularly into your neck and makes the lungs rotate. "The extended breath" spins on its own axis and becomes “The extended Rotation”.
Jil Lahr collects good titles, objects and forms of expression in order to solve problems with them – in the process, karaoke and pataphysics accompany her through her everyday life between banalities and avant-garde. Martin Ramacher
analyses impulses, data and music to formulate highly subjective hypotheses and concepts that can be read/heard/felt in cemented structures with a fantastic smile. Fiona Grassl loves conflicts + phenomena, trembling topics and singing radio jingles, in her free time she moves through art, music, culture, blurring boundaries, experimental formats and speaks for them – or co-develops them.
Wladimir Schall: ウルソネート Urusonēto (Ursonate)
Japanese digital interpretation of a big 1920’s spoken word hit.
Wladimir Schall is a 1m80 tall composer from Paris who’s been lately obsessed with sauerkraut, digital despair and Erik Satie.
It appears that time as a universal human measure has been obliterated. Clocks and watches have been confiscated. Slipping out from a milky white noise puddle, a gang with furry bodies, voices and feet will enter the radiant Planet Orsimanirana. Transmitting a tensile cushion of lumpy rhythmic vocals on a pink and green sky. Everyone is their own clock and a clock for the others, teasing out a vague memory of what those mechanical measures used to feel like.
Artist and composer Louise Vind Nielsen invites a group of vocal performers (Maria Rincon, Simon Alexander von Dratzig, Sophia Guttenhöfer & Zuza Spyczak von Brzezinska) to embody the milky sequencer and move into the community radio exhibition project “Life on Planet Orsimanirana”. Initiated by Jerszy Seymour Design Workshop together with Macao, Assemble, Dirty Art Department and Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg.
Louise Vind Nielsen (b.1984, Denmark) is a Hamburg-based conceptual sound-, performance- and visual artist. In a diverse artistic practise connecting elements of poetry, mythology, music and social engagement she seeks to examine human-human relations with an obscure and curious approach.
“The Compression Chamber” is a perception distorting composition by Knut Aufermann. In this new variation for the Papiripar festival a dummy head microphone will be compressed to smithereens. What are the ramifications of this form of listening, when tiny noises suddenly sound huge and distant whines very close? Will we find connections to the sound of commercial radio with its non-existent dynamic range, to the arguments in the loudness wars, to deep listening or ASMR? Nika Son, Knut Aufermann and further 0dB ghosts will dive right in.
Knut Aufermann studied chemistry, audio engineering and sonic arts (MA Middlesex University, London). From 2002-2005 he was the station manager of Resonance FM in London, now he is active internationally as a radio artist, musician, organiser, curator and lecturer. Together with Sarah Washington he runs the project Mobile Radio investigating alternative means of radio production.
Pose Dia: Bad blood, young nights
The music of Pose Dia takes on a variety of forms – from the elegance of undercooled synth wave sounds, the weightless lightness of pop on the one hand and the dystopian urgency of contemporary club music on the other, to fragments of Hip Hop. Despite these numerous influences and hooks, she never loses herself in quotation; rather, the songs radiate a weird attraction and mysteriousness. The live set will largely consist of tracks from her (almost) new debut album “Front View”.
Filmmaker and musician Helena Ratka started DJing at the Pudel Club and composing soundtracks for her films during her studies. She has created videos and music for various theatre plays and performs also as “Shari Vari” together with Sophia Kennedy and solo under the pseudonym “Pose Dia”.
Due Duci: Konstruktzione
Due Duci are feine Trinkers bei Guttemplern Daheim. However, they prefer to make sound in the basement, preferably in their 001-studio in RBO. At the end of 2020, their first album "Bau" was released on cassette by 001-Records. Then, at the beginning of 2021, they stole 7K K-Paper and crawled into their K-cave for the time being. Now, for Papiripar, they exclusively re-emerge for a “Day On” and play their first GIG together.
Due Duci’s sound wavers from left to right and back again. Musically, the two cassette perpetrators can be categorised between noise, lo-fi, collage and nonsense. At Papiripar they play live for an hour, equipped with radios, tape decks, contact mics, bongos and duck flutes.
L Twills: RI01: Detritus of a Memory
We re nothing but memory – While collective memory practices are predominantly taken over by external storage media, the body turns into a schizophrenic cyborg ruin that is in constant danger of losing its “memory store”. Using music as the ultimate memory machine, RI01 explores the remains of this ruined body.
L Twills is the music and performance project of multimedia artist Lila-Zoé Krauß, who was born in Alice Springs and grew up in Hamburg. As a singer, songwriter, composer, producer and performer she develops different projects: from album productions, sound installations, concerts, short films, theatre music to radiophonic compositions. Every 28 days she hosts the show Rhythm Imprints at Cashmere Radio in Berlin.
Polter-Abend: Call Centre for Destruction
The Papiripar Festival invites you to a controlled destruction parade. Local smashing stars will destroy favourite objects, hate objects or superfluous heirlooms of different sizes with hammer, axe and bare fist in the tiled walls an old garage. The festival hereby creates a supervised forum for the discharge of pent-up energies. The performance will be transmitted from the workshop of the Gröninger Hof to the radio by means of installed room microphones.
Also, listeners are encouraged to call in and destroy objects. Their actions will be broadcast via telephone directly from their domestic homes.
Black To Comm: MM∞XX
MM∞XX is a virtual orchestra I initiated during the Covid-19 lockdowns. Isolated at my Hamburg studio I started to reach out to former collaborators and old friends, picking up on previous conversations as well as asking people to post short unused sound recordings for a collaborative piece of music. I then assembled, transformed and mixed these generous offerings (by 33 artists) into a perpetually evolving composition to be published and performed in different constellations, formats, versions and mixes over the course of 2021. Not only did I get these lovely sonic gifts from my collaborators – I received messages about childbirth and death, marriage and divorce, building houses, buying houses, happiness and depression, everyday life.
Hamburg composer/musician Marc Richter utilizes vinyl & shellac loops, antique electronic & pump organs, Argeiphontes Lyre, YouTube samples, processed (and pure) voice and field recordings and various obscure acoustic and electronic instruments and effect devices to create intricate multi-layered collage based works combining the organic warmth and patina of vintage recordings and machinery with futuristic technology. Although the analog texture of his music discloses an almost romantic liaison with the past it is far from being overtly nostalgic. Contrary to the vast majority of so-called experimental music his output is often haunting and dream-like, melancholic and catchy. Even though influences of Musique Concrete and Minimal Music of the 60’s and 70’s can’t be denied his output transcends genres and condenses them into airy song-based forms.
Thinking about how people are like ships. We carry heavy loads, we come and go, we have names, people can be each other’s ships and of course ships go under. A work that mixes the more traditional “song” format with recordings of conversations and field recordings that delve into the collective and separate experiences of two friends and artists. Using a selection of archive and new recordings (including Whats App voice notes, past rehearsal sessions, new studio work and downtime at the baths) Alicia Matthews and Cass Ezeji candidly illustrate their long-standing friendship and creative working bond. Originally created for Radiophrenia.
Glaswegian duo Alicia Matthews & Cass Ezeji are best friends & artists who together make up the mutant dub pop duo LAPS (Ladies As Pimps). Previous releases include 2014’s self titled EP, an underground cult favourite & 2017’s “Who Me?” released on MIC Records and championed by the likes of The Vinyl Factory, Low Company & RA as well as being featured in Rihanna’s debut Savage X Fenty NYFW show. 2021 will bring a new series of recordings inspired by Gaelic psalm-singing & Michaela Cole.
Alicia Matthews: SOTMITN
„A collection of poetry and sound that I recently made in response to my home on the Isle of Lewis and notions of deep time and the remnants of Neolithic cultures here.”
Alicia Matthews is one part of LAPS, who are also featured artists of this year Papiripar Festival.
Mentos Gulgendo: Sewing light fat
The Polish sisters “Mentos Gulgendo” play a live concert on 5 electric organs and sing along to their drones in Gulgendian language. The sound is mixed together from different angles to form a buzzing beehive.
Mentos Gulgendo is a fictional philosopher and a main propagator of the “Harmless Lunatics” theory. The theory states that our universe has been created by the representatives of the cosmic madhouse. Every representative used the finest and the most subtle electromagnetic waves to weave a field of transcendental beauty penetrating the structure of each other. The field expanded invading the solid structures of rationality and therefore transforming the traditional form of identity into a liquid, unsustainable fat.
Poems, music and jokes from the Teerschwestern (tar sisters). Among them are Syncboy from Leipzig, Occupied Head (Nostalgie Eternelle) from HH, Endo Monk aka Hans Solo from Cologne, the band Sauerstofff from West Germany (incl. East Friesland), Rainer Buchmüller aka Fred and Luna from Karlsruhe and Wosto from HH/Borgfelde.
All listeners get the current Teerschwestern LTD VA DO 12" LP in mint for a special price.
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Teerpappe - label of Wosto from HH since 2017. Has 5 label releases so far. This year it's going to kick off with another 3-4 releases. The focus of the label changes daily, it is not fixed on one style. Why should it?