The Red Earth Radio crew from down under will be live from Sydney Decompression on Friday Nov. 8th (Saturday the 9th if you are in Australia). Live Broadcast time is 6:00pm to 11PM PT (Friday 11/8 in the US) which is Sat. 11/9 from 1:00pm to 6:00pm Sydney time.
I studied classical music (violin) at the conservatory in Utrecht.
Unfortunately it did not work out as I quickly discovered that the classical world in general is quite adverse to synths and electronics. So I decided to switch to something else I love: computers and hacking. That became my career. However music always remains a passion. Another passion is radio.
I built FM transmitters when I was 14 and polluted the airwaves with my pirate shows for many years. Over the years I have built my studio and added loads of analogue gear such as a DIY modular synth, TB303, Moog Little Phatty, Moog Etherwave theremin, VCS_350 vocoder and several more digital synths (JP8000, Gaia, TR8).
The tracks I make can be heard in my biweekly show on Shoutingfire regularly, ranging from dance to psychedelic. In my show (every other Monday from 20:00 – 22:00 CET)
I play a wide range of vintage, psychedelic and dance music. It really depends on my mood. Sometimes it is focussed on early electronica from the 60s and 70s or ambient, but sometimes it’s also pure 2019 progressive dance music. I love mixing in rare vinyls, unreleased stuff from artist friends and the occasional live performance with my gear. Every show has a unique element.
This adhoc and impromptu character means that it might not always be perfect, but always interesting
I stream my show from 20ft below sea level, Dutch style.
Our new program Cuddle & Slap has hit the airwaves. Four hours of music live from Paris from The Crépite Collective. If you missed it, you can listen anytime, it’s on our Soundcloud page.
Listen to it live on the last Thursday of every month on ShoutingFire.com at 11am PT/8pm Paris time. The next show will be on Thursday November 28th. Save the date!
We will be live at Utah Burning Man Decompression 2019!
We will be broadcasting live over FM on site at the event and will stream over ShoutingFire.com
Stream times are Friday 10/18 from 1PM PT to 9 PM PT and Saturday 10/19 from 8AM PT to 11AM PT. The Saturday broadcast will be followed immediately by a live broadcast from San Francisco Decompression.
We are live NOW – from Amsterdam at Dutch Decompression
We are live from Amsterdam now and will be going till around 8pm PT or so (they might take a break for a nap and a Jenever) and then we will relocate our equipment to the afterparty.
We will bring you all the DJ’s live from the afterparty starting at 10:30 pm PT and going all night long till 8am PT on Sunday.
The afterparty DJ line up is :
Dj Clay / https://soundcloud.com/clementvandijk
Michel Piccaya – https://soundcloud.com/michel-piccaya
DJ Isis – https://soundcloud.com/djisis
DJ Tiare / Elisa Cruys – https://soundcloud.com/tiaremusic
Andre Zeldenrust – https://soundcloud.com/andre-zeldenrusT
You can listen at shoutingfire.com (you can also find a QR code there to download our iOS or Android app), on iHeart Radio, on Tune In Radio and on the Radio Garden app.
Tune in. It will be lekker!
This past summer Shouting Fire was in The Netherlands to bring you a live broadcast from Where The Sheep Sleep, The Dutch Regional Burn. The Shouting Fire team in Holland: Click, Fossa and Kaisa brought you all the splendor and excitement in true Dutch style.
Our recordings of the broadcast are now on our Soundcloud page for on demand listening. Enjoy!
What does Burning Man have to offer questions about art and economics? Contemporary ritual practices? Artificial intelligence?
Caveat Magister interviews leading thinkers, in and out of the Burning Man community, to explore the way in which Burning Man culture interacts with larger intellectual and cultural issues.
Tune in every other Friday evening at 5:00 pm PT (with a rebroadcast on alternating Sundays at 8:00 am PT/5:00 pm CEST as we bring you this series of talks. Check the program schedule for exact dates.
A member of the Burning Man Project’s Philosophical Center, and close collaborator with Larry Harvey, Caveat is the author of “The Scene That Became Cities: what Burning Man philosophy can teach about building better communities” (to be published June 25, 2019, Penguin Random House).
Caveat served as the Volunteer Coordinator for Media Mecca from 2008 – 2013, the lead writer/researcher for Burning Man’s education program from 2016 – 2018, and has been hanging around BMIR pestering people for goddam ever. He is the author of the short story collection A Guide to Bars and Nightlife in the Sacred City, which has nothing to do with Burning Man, and the novel The Deeds of Pounce, which is about goblins. He has finally got his email address caveat (at) burningman (dot) org working again. He tweets, occasionally, as @BenjaminWachs
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We will be recording content from the 2019 Burning Man Australia/New Zealand Leadership Summit in Melbourne on June 1st & 2nd and rebroadcasting it at a later date.
Details coming soon!