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Michael Van den Abeele on L'étranger, Radio Panik, Brussels
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April 05, 2009 01:16 PM PDT
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L'étranger is presented by precocious calvinist Kosten Koper and broadcast to the masses (and missa) almost every Tuesday 15h30-16h30, Radio Panik, 105.4FM, Brussels.

On 2nd September 2008, Kosten Koper invited Michael Van den Abeele to the studio.

Michael Van den Abeele has contributed to the following Komplot projects : Architecture de survie (2008), From Love, With Brussels (2008), Happy x (n) (2006), Wargame (2004).

The script for the show went like this : In the mid 1980's a Belgian passenger ship the S.S. Selected was lost in a storm near the coast of the Dutch Antilles. It was rumored there was an outbreak of collective insanity on board with the crew engaging in mutiny and butchering most of the passengers before turning on each other. Ten days after an SOS signal was received and the ship descended into radar and radio silence ; strange transmissions started to be received on the ships emergency radio frequency. Today we present a lost transmission from the Belgian cruiser S.S. Selected.

Music selected & played by Michael Van Den Abeele, a lot of selections from his personal archive, plus live performance of two songs. Voice, shouting & signing, all ship (creaking, horns) & storm noises / sound FX plus live mix by Kosten Koper.

Link to detailed playlist : http://ltgpanik.blogspot.com/2008/10/show-134-september-30th-2008.html

David Evrard on L'étranger, Radio Panik, Brussels
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April 05, 2009 12:06 PM PDT
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L'étranger is presented by precocious calvinist Kosten Koper and broadcast to the masses (and missa) almost every Tuesday 15h30-16h30, Radio Panik, 105.4FM, Brussels.

On 2nd September 2008, Kosten Koper invited David Evrard to the studio.

David Evrard has contributed to the following Komplot projects : Architecture de survie (2008), By Accident (2009), Couleur Station Kleur (2005), Sad in Country - Part 1 (Documentary film) (2007), Seminar on Belgian collectives (2005).

The script for the show went like this : In the mid 1980's a Belgian passenger ship the S.S. Selected was lost in a storm near the coast of the Dutch Antilles. It was rumored there was an outbreak of collective insanity on board with the crew engaging in mutiny and butchering most of the passengers before turning on each other. Ten days after an SOS signal was received and the ship descended into radar and radio silence ; strange transmissions started to be received on the ships emergency radio frequency. Today we present a lost transmission from the Belgian cruiser S.S. Selected.

Music selected & played by David Evrard, a lot of selections from his personal archive, plus some shouting & singing. Voice, shouting & signing, all ship (creaking, horns) & storm noises / sound FX plus live mix by Kosten Koper.

Link to detailed playlist : http://ltgpanik.blogspot.com/2008/09/show-131-september-2nd-2008.html

VOLLEVOX CD 2 (52:00)
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October 13, 2008 04:09 AM PDT
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“How does one speak without giving orders, without claiming to represent something or someone, how does one get those who don’t have the right to speak, and restore to sounds their value of a struggle against power? By being a foreigner in one’s own language, marking a sort of vanishing trace of language” – Gilles Deleuze `Three questions about 6x2’ in: Cahiers du Cinéma, no. 271 (November 1976)

Conceived to combine current and historical pieces relating to the voice in contemporary art alongside in-situ creations, VOLLEVOX has programmed eighteen projects in theaters and museums in Brussels (and beyond) since November 2003. In December 2005 Komplot released a VOLLEVOX double CD edition featuring contributions from artists who had contributed to it's VOLLEVOX program, this podcast (in two parts) simply contains all the tracks from the two VOLLEVOX CD's played one after the other with no mixing. The CD with booklet is available on request.

CD2 Artist / Track Listing :

1. Dominique Petitgand
2. Agency
3. Jacques André
4. Alain Géronnez
5. Aline Bouvy & John Gillis
6. Alain Géronnez
7. Mark Vernon
8. Marcelline Delbecq
9. Simona Denicolai & Ivo Provoost
10. Goran Vejvoda
11. Alain Géronnez
12. Dora Garcia
13. KriKri
14. Messieurs Delmotte
15. Alain Géronnez
16. Isabelle Martin
17. Victoria Stanton / Quentin Legrand / Kosten Koper
18. Freek Lomme
19. Alain Géronnez
20. Douglas Park

VOLLEVOX CD 1 (50:00)
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October 12, 2008 01:12 PM PDT
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“How does one speak without giving orders, without claiming to represent something or someone, how does one get those who don’t have the right to speak, and restore to sounds their value of a struggle against power? By being a foreigner in one’s own language, marking a sort of vanishing trace of language” – Gilles Deleuze `Three questions about 6x2’ in: Cahiers du Cinéma, no. 271 (November 1976)

Conceived to combine current and historical pieces relating to the voice in contemporary art alongside in-situ creations, VOLLEVOX has programmed eighteen projects in theaters and museums in Brussels (and beyond) since November 2003. In December 2005 Komplot released a VOLLEVOX double CD edition featuring contributions from artists who had contributed to it's VOLLEVOX program, this podcast (in two parts) simply contains all the tracks from the two VOLLEVOX CD's played one after the other with no mixing. The CD with booklet is available on request.

CD1 Artist / Track Listing :

1. Eva Gorsse & Quentin Legrand
2. Sophie Nys
3. Caminade
4. Steve Kaspar
5. Ann Veronica Janssens
6. Caminade
7. Stefaan Quix
8. Anne De Sterck
9. Caminade
10. Martin Creed
11. Nurse & Harrisson
12. Fabienne Audéoud & John Russell
13. Caminade
14. Ella Klaschka
15. Harald Thys & Jos De Gruyter
16. Philippe Zunino & David Legrand
17. Caminade
18. Jack The Rapper
19. Dominique Thirion

Info : http://www.kmplt.be/

'Comment s'appelle-t-elle' 1
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September 09, 2008 04:20 AM PDT
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Radio show on radiopanik.org, 105.4FM, Brussels. Première émission d'Auguste Cabriolet & Catherine Vertige, février 2008.