Tuesday, 28 October 2008

[creative-radio] two "War of the Worlds" and two Halloween night webcasts

free103point9: transmission arts

Tune in this week:

THURSDAY: Out of Space_Entrückte Welten from Vienna
FRIDAY: The War of the War of the Worlds by Tom Roe
FRIDAY: Skyline: A Musical Inquiry


Oct. 30, 2008: 3 p.m. – 10 p.m.
on free103point9 Online Radio

Live-radio-drama of "The War of the Worlds" in English, German and whatever language
may be included at the Viennese Planetarium. On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of
orson welles interpretation of hg wells' "The War of the Worlds" on Oct. 30, 1938. Scenic
reading with electroacoustic music and sound installation with academic discussions on
"media and catastrophies."

VIENNA local time: Oct 30th 2008, 9 p.m.
NEW YORK: Oct 30st 2008, 3 p.m. (-4 GMT)

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Oct. 31, 2008: 10 p.m. – 11 p.m.
on free103point9 Online Radio

Tom Roe's fourth annual remix of the Orson Welles' radio theater classic "The War of the
Worlds." Roe takes the original and layers on broadcasts of the world's current wars, and
the disinformation accompanying current wars. This show comments on media
manipulation in a similar manner to the Welles' broadcast, refiguring the hysteria for a
media-soaked world.

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Oct. 31, 2008: 11 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.
on free103point9 Online Radio

Live Webcast From the Harsh House in Jersey City, NJ. With:
D. Catera (guitar/ electronics)
J. Baird (electronics/ voice)

Things change very slowly or in an eye-blink; on the other hand, we morph from within
imperceptibly and quite unnoticed by things. We can't arrest flux only choose to be a part
of it or, not.a cake: ready for the pineapple, everything's already upside down.

Current mood: thoughtful
Category: Not distractible at the moment.

Set a place at the table for sober reflection campers...take a peek in the mirror and ask
one question; "Who are you?" Only one person can answer this one and no need to share
the answer. Just good to have a tiny grip of your basics. Fellow beings will benefit
obliquely from your knowledge and that is reward enough.
when radio didn't suck...

Current mood: thirsty
Category: 300 in HD

Another old-timer's wanking on about how slender the thread of broadcast venues has
become. No more 'best of all possible worlds' from WHAM in Rochester, Harry Abraham
kept many a late night drive interesting for more times than i can remember. Reading,
chatting, playing whatever seemed appropriate to the mood, many mornings 5 am would
find me still around the receiver inside, after a long commute, just to finish off the
program. RIP.
Crickets, creeks, suburbia & chevys in the pasture. Frank, miles, ornette, timmy thomas,
little beaver, joni, rava & all the browns james, clifford & john. Funky Nassau, the drells
and archie bell.. distortion, krazy kat & nasa video. Perfect sloppy paint-slingers,
homebrew & handmade doodads. Donuts, mckenna & detroit finishes. Sidewalks,
accidental urban design, a napkin to draw on & outdoor chess. Overheard conversations &
voices like angels with their hair on fire. Jobim, good radio, a well told story, the right
color in the right place and a job well done. Cinnamon toast and strong coffee, hotel
danish in montreal, fuzz dogs and cats nieces and nephews & the horizontal.

Sounds Like You have to be there.

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Aug. 25, 2008 – Nov. 5, 2008

free103point9 is pleased to host, Voices of America, a participatory Internet radio project
that reflects on the media spectacle of the 2008 US Presidential Election through the lens
of the Voice of America Radio Network, a US government broadcasting service intended
for an international audience. The new site and custom application will launch in late
August, 2008. Here's how it will work:

* RECORD up to one minute samples of election coverage on an over-the-air Voice of
America station
* UPLOAD and TAG your recordings
* DOWNLOAD from the searchable pool of available recordings
* REMIX the broadcasts and UPLOAD them back to the website
* LISTEN to the recordings and remixes online anytime or to the radio broadcast at the
Audacity of Desperation exhibition at the Sea and Space Gallery in Los Angeles on Election

Voices of America (VoA) is created by Lee Azzarello and Sarah Kanouse. VoA is happy to be
a participant in The UnConvention, a project of Art Through Technical Alternatives,
Carleton College, Intermedia Arts, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, University of
Minnesota Institute for New Media Studies, and the Walker Art Center.

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Battlefield Earth: A Demographic of One
Hosted by Dan Seward (Bunnybrains) from John Doe Books and Records in Hudson, NY,
Mondays 1-3 p.m. sometimes longer (ET, -4 GMT)

Tom Roe, aka DJ Dizzy, pilots the airwaves with collages and DJ sets live from Wave Farm,
Thursdays, midnight (ET, -4 GMT)

DJ Mangoon Presents
Hosted by DJ Mangoon live from free103point9's Brooklyn studio, Wednesdays 7-10 p.m.
(ET, -4 GMT)

Ecotone Radio
Hosted by DJ Pause, Thursdays 11 a.m.-1 p.m. (ET, -4 GMT)

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Hosted by NY Society for Acoustic Ecology, Sundays 7-9 p.m. (ET, -4 GMT)

Morning Drive Time
Joshua Fried remixes NYC morning radio, Wednesdays 9-9:30 a.m. (ET, -4 GMT)

Hosted by rotating members of Radia Network including free103point9 (NYC) and Radio
Campus, Radio Grenouille, Kanal 103, Lemurie TAZ, Orange 94.0, Resonance FM, Tilos
Radio, Radio Zero, Radio Panik, bootlab, InterSpace, Orf Kunstradio, Thursdays 2-2:30
p.m. (ET, -4 GMT)

Some Assembly Required
Hosted by Jon Nelson with artists and groups who work with bits and pieces of their media
environments, Mondays 11 a.m. - noon (ET, -4 GMT)

Hosted by Radio Ruido live from Brooklyn, an attempt to navigate the tension between the
folkloric and the electronic, Tuesdays 7-9 p.m. (ET, -4 GMT)

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