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  1. Música Inmobiliaria - Audio I

    Besides a few academic composers in Bogota, Colombia is represented by a new wave of experimental musicians in this country’s real musical city, Medellín. This young promise of musical composition does not clash with the rest showing sweet and melancholic melodies, as well as shy and reversed beats. Five ambient-dub-intelligent tracks framed in such a way that could tell a history that seems to occur into a deep calm forest in no specific time.

    http://www.seriesmedia.org/eng/index.html

    —Huffduffed by jollyvolume 4 years ago

  2. Night Air Nines part one

    The past is ever with us, and it seems that every year that ended in a nine has to be remembered because it is significant. The anniversary thing is that important.

    So, rest assured the Night Air won’t be left out when there’s a media stampede running. If you remember 1989, that’s great. Everything else will be new and different.

    There was 1969 the year of the moon landing and Woodstock; and 1979 when the Soviets invaded Afghanistan and Margaret Thatcher was elected in Britain - but let’s concentrate on that incredible year of 1989 because it’s the year the Berlin wall collapsed and the Japanese emperor died and a new one was enthroned - so everything could start again. But did it?

    Thanks to Tom Morton and Tony Barrell for collecting the years for your ears. For John Jacobs for knitting them together. To Mark Colvin and the PM team, and the Centre for Marine Science and Technology at Curtin University of Technology for their recordings of Antarctic ice.

    The Night Air has been taking ABC Radio National on an imaginative detour every Sunday night since January 2002.

    www.abc.net.au/rn/nightair

    Sunday night at 8.30 on ABC Radio National.

    —Huffduffed by jollyvolume 4 years ago

  3. Spooky Night Air part two

    It’s spooky time on The Night Air. 8:30pm Sunday September the 13th is our four hundredth edition! This is part two of the program.

    The Night Air has been taking ABC Radio National on an imaginative detour every Sunday night since January 2002.

    To mark the occasion we’ve handed the keys to the vaults over to creepmeister Tony Barrell for a spine-tingling signature show.

    Spooky is a word saying more than it means perhaps: skulduggery on the part of MI5, strange apparitions, shivery music and the barefaced dread of the unknown. Some think they have the answers - from Frankenstein to Einstein - Dracula to Arch Obler. Obler was a 1940s radio scaremonger who loved the sound of echoing footsteps and creaking doors - in the days when radio could be really scary. It couldn’t happen now, or could it? Reality check! Erik von Däniken’s special line explaining the ‘unknown’ and Colin Wilson trying to do the same for weird British mysteries, plus the revelations of a former Australian spy said to be "more mysterious than radar".

    More info here http://www.pool.org.au/audio/john_jacobs/spooky_night_air_part_two

    —Huffduffed by jollyvolume 4 years ago

  4. Spooky Night Air part one

    It’s spooky time on The Night Air. 8:30pm Sunday September the 13th is our four hundredth edition!

    This is part one of the program.

    The Night Air has been taking ABC Radio National on an imaginative detour every Sunday night since January 2002.

    To mark the occasion we’ve handed the keys to the vaults over to creepmeister Tony Barrell for a spine-tingling signature show.

    Spooky is a word saying more than it means perhaps: skulduggery on the part of MI5, strange apparitions, shivery music and the barefaced dread of the unknown. Some think they have the answers - from Frankenstein to Einstein - Dracula to Arch Obler. Obler was a 1940s radio scaremonger who loved the sound of echoing footsteps and creaking doors - in the days when radio could be really scary. It couldn’t happen now, or could it? Reality check! Erik von Däniken’s special line explaining the ‘unknown’ and Colin Wilson trying to do the same for weird British mysteries, plus the revelations of a former Australian spy said to be "more mysterious than radar".

    —Huffduffed by jollyvolume 4 years ago

  5. The Night Air Tower

    This is an example of the Night Air, Radio National’s remix show. We are using it to discuss how we make our program to help others pitch freelance contributions to our show, to foster the work of radio remixing and open up a critical discussion around this practice. Full details here: http://www.pool.org.au/audio/john_jacobs/tower_part_2_the_night_air_a_remixed_radio_feature The Night Air team; Diane Dean Brent Clough and John Jacobs.

    The original program’s site is here http://www.abc.net.au/rn/nightair/stories/2009/2477255.htm

    —Huffduffed by jollyvolume 4 years ago

  6. Night Air Not Art 2

    This is Not Art is the alterna-tentacled experimental arts festival, run annually over the October long weekend in Newcastle NSW.

    This episode of ABC Radio National’s Night Air program is a journey into art and the imagination. We’ll be riding on waves of sound emanating from pic chips, solenoids, bamboo and vocal chords as heard live at festival gigs and performances.

    Our guide is the outspoken libertarian and imagineer Frank Moorhouse. We’ll be hearing excerpts from his National Young Writer’s Festival keynote address. "The 21st century imagination"

    The other part of the program can be downloaded here. http://www.pool.org.au/audio/john_jacobs/night_air_not_art_1

    The Night Air’s web site is here. http://www.abc.net.au/rn/nightair/stories/2008/2358094.htm

    —Huffduffed by jollyvolume 4 years ago

  7. Night Air Not Art 1

    This is Not Art is the alterna-tentacled experimental arts festival, run annually over the October long weekend in Newcastle NSW. This episode of ABC Radio National’s Night Air program features the best of the festival, plus creative contributions from our listeners. This file is linked from here: http://www.pool.org.au/audio/john_jacobs/night_air_not_art_1 The show’s original page is here: http://www.abc.net.au/rn/nightair/stories/2008/2358094.htm

    —Huffduffed by jollyvolume 4 years ago