18.00 - 18.06
Preliminaries
Christian Nyampeta

18.00 - 18.06
I Want To Sing Something Beautiful (2011)
The Koreans
An occasional DIY band, with Christian Nyampeta and Friends

18.06 - 18.34
The Luminiferous Aether (2009)
Robin Watkins
ELF/VLF signals from the Solar Wind, Aurora Borealis and other Magnetic Storms. Recorded in Alaska, φ 66˚N, λ 151˚W
http://www.canellwatkins.org/index_ncrw.html

18.34 - 18.44
Becoming-Siren (2014), excerpt
Becoming-Storm (2014), excerpt
Christian Galarreta & Janneke van der Putten
Taken from Invisible Architecture, by Janneke van der Putten & Christian Galarreta.
Recorded in the tower of Île de Vassivière, France, during van der Putten’s residency at the Castle, Centre international d’art et du paysage, Île de Vassivière, 2013. Composed by Galarreta between November 2013 and January 2014 in Île de Vassivière and The Hague, The Netherlands. Soon a vinyl of this project will be published by label Aloardi. Supported by the Mondriaan Fund.
Christian Galarreta (composition, mixing, microphone techniques)
Janneke van der Putten (voice)
www.jannekevanderputten.nl


18.44 - 19.04
Cause, Unfold, Proceed, IV (2009)
Philip Schulze
Process driven recordings by artist Philip Schulze, one of the founding member of the genres bending duo Weisser Westen.
http://www.phillipschulze.com/Cause/

19.04 - 19.18
Het was niet heel erg [It Wasn't That Bad] (2014)
De Pasjenten [The Patients]
From the session Ik Zou Het Echt Niet Weten [I really Wouldn't Know],
Released on 21 April 2014
https://pasjenten.bandcamp.com/album/ik-zou-het-echt-niet-weten

19.18 - 19.28
Near And Distant Relations (2008)
Eric Leonardson & Steve Barsotti

Taken from album Rarebit, "the culmination of a four-year project by sound artists and instrument inventors Steve Barsotti and Eric Leonardson. Taking their cues from 20th Century sound artist-inventors Luigi Russolo and Harry Partch, the self-built instruments of Barsotti and Leonardson use coil springs, eyebolts, various pieces of wood and other familiar materials that are amplified by contact microphones, skilfully producing sounds of incredible depth and texture, an amazing richness and variety given their humble origins. [...]"
https://archive.org/details/Rarebit-182

19.28 - 19.50
Effe in de gaten houden [Let's Keep An Eye On It]
De Pasjenten [The Patients]
From the session Ik Zou Het Echt Niet Weten [I really Wouldn't Know],
Released on 21 April 2014
https://pasjenten.bandcamp.com/album/ik-zou-het-echt-niet-weten

19.50 - 21.00
Musicking (2014)
An open gathering punctuated by instantaneous and approximative musical gestures. This musicking makes use of any material element at hand, including our own bodies and the body's "psychobiological" functions.
With Ayreen Anastas & Rene Gabri, Binna Choi, Silvia Maglioni & Graeme Thomson, Christian Nyampeta, Emily Pethick, Natascha Sadr Haghighian and Jason Waite.
Excerpt recorded during Every Mode of Doing Needs Commons: An Uncommon Festival of the Commons, the opening festival of New Habits in May 2014, Casco - Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht, the Netherlands
http://www.commoningtimes.org/

21.00 - Friday 16 May 2014
Downtime (2014)
Tom Richards (in collaboration with Christian Nyampeta)
A 24/7 live and publicly tunable radio reception that is channeled through a reverb plate and a prototypical sequencer that produces a randomly alternating rhythm. Added to the receiver is an ambient microphone that captures all the sonic environments including the reverb plate itself and the speakers, and the weekly made monochords.

http://www.tomrichards.info

From six till nine or thereabouts, this week's gathering of Radius follows the late ethnomusicologist Christopher Small, who proposed an empowering understanding of music, as a movement away from its reification as an object. Instead, as Christopher Small suggests, musicking is a social activity, capable of generating a plurality of cultural and political micro-universes. Gathered in this session are activities that are both results of, and the matrix itself of something we could call sonic atmospheres that bypass our own bodies, the limitations of speech and the dormant arrogance of certainty.

C - N