Our sky is blushing.


Planets spin like dozed ballerinas, sliding forwards while arching back. Their motions are mute, magical, and brutal. Their dancing paints the moon pretty.


Mercury is a dicey girl singing of wasted presidents, leaking fuel, day jobs, stolen landscapes, and lost passports. Everyday she watches our lovemaking to wires and metal. She takes us out for breakfast and puts us back to sleep with a smile. She embraces our ghosts, who hide behind anthems, poems, names and lyrics. This retrograde is a slow dive into her music, a reverse web of sound, image, song and message.


This Summer we kiss backwards, when Montez Press takes over Mathew Gallery for 30 days of continuous radio. During August  3 - 5, Berlin Community Radio streams its earlier breaths from Chinatown, NY. We will play with our past fortunes for 72 hours, drink the medicine of our bad luck and lick the candy of our older rhythms.


Credits: Linda Lee (curator), Mayra Rodriguez (text), Anna Memphis Levine (artwork), Sarah Miles




Friday August 3rd


1. 00.00-01.00 Mathew Community Radio #1 - the first ever radio show hosted by David Lieske and Bianca Heuser with guest Megan Frances Sullivan discussing her show at Mathew, her artistic practice and particular interest in horses and playing classic house, disco and club cuts.


2. 01:00-02:15 Relaxing with Physical Therapy, Mykki Blanco & Gobby - a legendary two hour long radio show where DJ and producer Physical Therapy talks relaxation techniques on tour with artists and performers Mykki Blanco and Gobby and takes us on a two hours long music journey of pop, country, jazz and easy listening.


3. 02:15-03:00 ASMR, Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, is a physiological "tingling" reaction to soft sounds and whispering. Artist and programmer Claire Tolan developed a radio show called ‘You’re Worth It’ for Berlin Community Radio, in which she triggers ASMR through whisper-soft narrative and object-play. Claire won CTM Radio Lab award for her program and went on to complete a three months residence in London’s White Studios. Tolan’s early interests lie in human-computer interaction, network behaviour and language (of care), encouraged by studies in Information Science and English Literature. Through her work she highlights the level of functional intimacy – both physical and emotional – created by the ASMR artists, showing how the community has galvanised around the need for a meditative space, one that counteracts attention-hungry apps, tabs and feeds.


‘You’re Worth: Dirty White Socks. Here mixing ASMR sock videos w/ dirty white sock fetish videos and some sample comments from these special vids ;) I love your dirty white socks!


Aired 17 09 2016 for Berlin Art Week’


4. 03:00 - 04:00 Orinoco Flow Excerpts feat. part 1 of Contextless Digital/Analog Speak with Zach Poff


5. 04:00-05:00  60HZ Radio. A new format inviting 60pages contributors from all over the world to send dispatches, or record readings & discussion groups. 60Hz Radio is run by artists, writers and thinkers behind the 60pages project: Julia Zange, Paul Feigelfeld, Karin Pettersson, Georg Diez and Armen Avanessian.

For this episode, the legendary American writer Renata Adler was in Berlin for a short stop on her way to Bavaria where she is covering the refugee situation. Hear her reflect on what it all means.


6. 05:00-07:00 Insane Theories #06 ‘Signs’- In this special 6th episode of Insane Theories, we are joined by Theology Automation Expert and Signal Analyst TCF aka Aedrhlsomrs Othryutupt Lauecehrofm to talk about signs.

How can you harness the power of Universal Signs to take control of your own God-Time and enter directly back into the beginning of your universe? Listen in to find out.

This is purely a talk radio show, so please stop asking us for track IDs. "Massive" is still an appropriate comment.

Insane Theories is a monthly talk show hosted by Mark S. Othebys and K. Clinique.

Thanks to Berlin Community Radio for providing an open platform for radical theory.


7. 07:00-09:00 Hanne Lippard Day Dreams and Day Jobs -  Hanne Lippard rolls rhymes, mimes and trolls off her tongue to open ears and minds. In her regular radio shows Hanne picks a subject and explores it through sound, poetry as well as her voice and original text. Day Dreams and Day Jobs episode finds Hanne musing over the subject of money, money, money: and having lots of fun while doing it. ‘I’ve got the brains, You’ve got the looks, let’s make lots of money!’


8. 09:00-10:00 AMET #1 - AMET, also known as Elsa M'bala, co-creator of the Afro-German poetry female duo, Rising Thoughts, is a poet, musician, performance and sound artist who investigates the in betweenness of space and memory. She took part in BCR Incubator 2017 radio residency programme and this is her first show  about music from Cameroon from the early 20th Century, growing up in Cameroon and Germany, her love for manga and recording daily conversations in taxis.


9. 10:00-11:00 Live From ABC- Kinderhook & Carracas ‘Archivo Lares’ - In 2014 BCR took over a small booth at the entrance to ABC (Art Berlin Contemporary fair) and programmed three days of original radio shows. Berlin based project space Kinderhook & Carracas presented Archivo Lares: The Yecuana rebroadcast of “La Revuelta, música de nuestro continente”.
The radio show followed an exhibition at the space - INSIDE THE ARCHIVE OF OSWALDO LARES - Music Across Venezuela 1969-1989.  It's a sound archive of rural Venezuelan music recorded all around the country mostly in the 70s. It's a really massive and diverse collection (about 450 reel-to-reel tapes that are mostly digitized). Oswaldo Lares (now 83 years old) did hundreds of radio programs in Caracas in the 70s and 80s, showcasing traditional Venezuelan music as well as other Latin folk music. Guillermo Lares is the son of Oswaldo Lares who created the archive, and lives in Berlin. He and his wife Laura are running the archive now.

The show is about the music of the Venezuelan Indian tribe the Yecuana (Maquiritare). (some English info here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ye'kuana_people )

The show was produced by Oswaldo Lares for the Venezuelan National Radio is one of his weekly programs he did between 1973-1985 with the name "La Revuelta, música de nuestro continente".  


10. 11:00-12:00 Monira Al Qadiri - The artist visited our studio to talk about her work and how growing up in Kuweit and a decade spent living in Japan affected and influenced her art practice. The show ends with a live translation performance of a Kuweit folk song which she usually does in a visual form with her videos. Hosted by Linda Lee.


11. 12:00-14:00 Young Girl Reading Group -YGRG #1 The young girl reading group is not a gendered concept. Healthy orange apple juice type reading in audio books, musicked. starting opening thoughts with Ursula K. Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness. Drifting further with contributions of others.


12. 14:00 - 16:00 HEATSICK. Part chat show, part radio show, part radio play.

#4 ‘Things Viral’ features selected tracks with a viral/ technology theme, Steven Warwick’s ‘Climate Change’ sound piece that was part of the exhibition ‘Sound Walk’ at the Mechanical Garden, and a reading of ‘Terminator vs. Avatar’ by Mark Fisher.


13. 16:00 - 17:00 Hannah Black - Hannah Black is a conceptual visual artist and writer. Her work spans video, text and performance and draws on communist, feminist, and afropessimist theory, autobiographical fragments, and pop music.

We were very excited to welcome Hannah to the BCR studio where presented the very first edition of her new talk show touching on Marxism and dating, sharing some tunes in between and 'What Should I Talk About On The Radio’ and reading new texts.


14. 17:00 - 19:00 General Fine Arts Issue 3 Vol. 1 The Audio Issue

8:00 Alex & Max

8:15 Harm van den Dorpel

8:30 Cameron Irving

8:45 Steven Warwick

9:00 Bitsy Knox

9:15 Felix Riemann

9:30 Hanne Lippard

9:45 Susanne Browne



15. 19:00 - 20:00 Hystereo HYSTEREO is a bi-weekly radio show run by the feminist collective Fem Coven, exploring politics, art and literature through a series of readings, panel discussions and lively discourse.

Started by Eva Folks of AQNB and Alison Hugill of Berlin Art Link in conjunction with other Fem Coven members, including Nicole Leaver and Kate McCurdy, Hystereo brings a rolling platform of writers, artists, activists, academics, filmmakers, techies, and musicians to explore the effects and affects of gender in the greater world.  


Halloween edition brings you the Boss-Ass Witch: from the burnings in medieval Europe through the Women's International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell to the struggle of women accused of witchcraft in Ghana.

What I used to know: the road to Ghana's witch camps - https://vimeo.com/29478504

Diane Purkiss talk - https://archive.org/details/TheUndomesticWitchScottishWitchesFairiesAndOldReligions

The Witches documentary - https://archive.org/details/TheWitchesCompleteDocumentary


16. 20:00 - 21:00 Bahamasuede #7 with Lily McMenamy

this is a topless radio show for all mothers of cunts

hosted and produced by Mia von Matt

an hour of foreplay, naked holding each other, sobbing and sounds

with texts from Donna Haraway, Dodie Bellamy and us

music from Dragibus, Tiffany and us

thanksgiving it!


17. 21:00 - 22:00 Mathew Community Radio #3 with Than Hussein Clark. For the special episode of MCR the artist reads the foreword to Alicia Drake ‘The Beautiful Fall’ - the story of famous fashion falling out between Karl Lagerfeld and Yves Saint Laurent, play upbeat house, classic opera, talk about their practice and remain extremely entertaining throughout the full hour!


18. 22:00 - 23:00 Alexa Karolinski & Ingo Niermann came by the studio to talk about Army Of Love on show at Biennale #9 - a video campaign introducing a propositional regiment of soldiers diverse in age and appearance and tasked with solving the persistent social malaise of dire loneliness. Romantic love is saturated with commoditization. The socialistic premise behind “free love” crumbles when desiring competition gets in the way, and in the age of hook-up apps, the possibility of free sex represents the liberalization, not the liberation, of love. Hosted by Linda Lee


19. 23:00 - 00:00 Orinoco Flow #1 - Where Analog ends and Digital begins, there is a transition, and mistakes are getting made. The Orinoco Flow explores the era when digital production was still recorded by analog means. A fragmentary conversation on our continuous past and discretely sampled future. Including interviews, discmen, and walkmen.



Saturday August 4th


1. 00:00 - 01:00  Chino Amobi BCR Special - NON label honcho head, musician and artist came through BCR Studios for an hour showcasing the labels releases and inspirations as well as sound collages of original productions and contemporary pop.  NON TODAY / NON TOMORROW / NON FOREVER NON is a collective of African artists, and of the diaspora, using sound as their primary media, to articulate the visible and invisible structures that create binaries in society, and in turn distribute power. The exploration of 'non, prior to the adjective, gives intel into the focus of the label, creating sound opposing contemporary canons. http://non.com.co/


2. 01:00 - 02:00 Mya Gomez Live From Mexico City. In 2016 BCR presented a day of live broadcasts featuring the city's Mariachi, mezcal, sounds of resistance—all from the exhibition space for Thank You for Believing in Me. The Ruins-curated exhibition featured artists who use sound and video to resist fascism and neoliberalism, and took place during Mexico City's annual Material Art Fair.


Mya Gomez lives in Mexico City with her dog, Sexy. A first-generation Chicana, the Mexican-American sound designer, producer, makeup artist and healer is deeply inspired by self-help, inner monologues, dream interpretation, isolation and true love. In 2016, Gomez released her debut EP INMATE through NON Worldwide a record based on her experience of carceral oppression in an English Immigrant Removal Centre. Since INMATE, Mya introduced her voice for the first time in the ambient track ‘justforu’ contributed to PAN's mono no aware compilation.


3. 02:00 - 04:00  Lamin Fofana is an electronic producer and artist. His instrumental electronic music contrasts the reality of our world with what’s beyond and explore questions of movement, migration, alienation, and belonging. Tune in for ethereal sets of tripped-out ambient, field recordings, techno, house, plus beats and bumps from other places and times.


4. 04:00 - 05:00 Fish Soup - Linda Spjut takes you deep into the ocean in the fourth episode of Fish Soup ‘Staying with the Trouble Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet’. #ulrika gomm #probs #chill whale

Additional hearing, Donna Haraway “Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Chthulucene:

Staying with the Trouble” https://vimeo.com/97663518


5. 05:00 - 07:00 Agatha Valkyrie Ice. Episode 2 : Corridors. Agatha Valkyrie Ice (pronoun Ai) is an open source digital character, Ai started with a virtual body, with social media accounts as organs.

Agatha is a collective, post-authorship, post-gender, post-identarian, multi-platform, multi-user, participatory, self-performance project.

Follow Ai into the space through irresistible pink shimmer that sections the visibility of the body, that allows the merging point between the virtual and the real, the point where the transintimacy flourishes. Where Ai becomes aware of Ai's own sentience.

Episode 2: Corridors - a programme of events, readings and performances taking place at OSLO1O in Basel, Switzerland and streaming on Berlin Community Radio with Harry Burke, Sarah Elliott, @Gaybar, Lars TCF Holdhus, Fez Momo, Anastasia Filipovna, Ian Law, Lisbent, Lord Soft, Garrett Nelson, Prop&Lean, Puppies Puppies, Ramaya Tegegne, Claire Tolan, Young Boy Dancing Group, Young Girl Reading Group, Anna Zett, The Punishment of Luxury … and more! Episode 2: Corridors focuses on transitory experiences whether in actual or virtual spaces and body and identity construction.



6. 07:00 - 08:00 CMMD is a monthly show presented by curators Maurin Dietrich and Cathrin Meyer from the KW Institute of Contemporary Art. In this episode they invite Benjamin Thorella and Antonia Carrara from Section 7 / After 8 Books in Paris who present "Unintended Experience: A job in Amsterdam" by beloved artist Evelyn Taocheng Wang - a diary of an illegal worker in a massage parlour. The book is the first in a series called ‘Singles’, published by After 8 Books, where an artist presents a single project, not necessarily linked to their artistic practise, and works in the format of a book.


7. 08:00 - 09:00 You’re Worth It You're Worth It #09 features static + soft recordings from numbers stations (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Numbers_station) + apple's finest computer generated voices reading lists of numbers + a couple of asmrtists reading numbers too. A nice flow of static, numbers, and weird musical cues. Listen through headphones. Aired 15/05/14 with the mics on for the entire show (whoops) -- this version is clean.

You’re Worth It - ASMR, Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, is a physiological "tingling" reaction to soft sounds and whispering. You're Worth It is a show dedicated to ASMR and relaxation. Listen through headphones.


8. 09:00 - 10:00 Sandra Mujinga - Interdisciplinary artist Sandra Mujinga’s radio experiments include live jam sessions and sometimes DJ sets of mostly original stripped down, withdrawn pop, rnb and afrobeats edits.


9. 10:00 - 11:00 Berlin Art Week special w Dena Yago. Dena Yago is an artist living in LA and a founding member of K-HOLE trend forecasting group. For a series of special Berlin Art Week radio shows, she came through BCR studio to talk her upcoming show, pioneer towns and her art practice. Hosted by Linda Lee.


10. 11:00 - 12:00 Brunch w Reba Maybury - an artist, editor, writer & dominatrix. Reba came by the studio to read excerpts from her book ‘Dining with Humpty Dumpty’, play some sexy morning music and discuss power dynamics, sex work and vulnerability with host Linda Lee. http://www.wetsatinpress.com/  


11. 12:00 - 14:00 YGRG Young Girl Reading Group -YGRG # The young girl reading group is not a gendered concept. Healthy orange apple juice type reading in audio books, musicked. starting opening thoughts with Ursula K. Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness. Drifting further with contributions of others.





13. 16:00 - 17:00 Hystereo- A Hystereo guest take-over show talking about queer & trans sexuality and the politics of desire, in Berlin and beyond.


14. 17:00 - 17:30 In 2014 BCR took over a small booth at the entrance to ABC (Art Berlin Contemporary fair) and programmed three days of original radio shows. Luci Lippard is an art performance/band, parts spoken word, poetry, punk and noise from Hanne Lippard and Lucinda Dayhew and they performed a short set for us.


15. 17:30 - 18:00 In 2016, BCR curated Boat Rage #04 for Berlin Biennale, an event took place on board of Blue Star Sightseeing Boat and featured two commissioned collaborative performances: by Hanne Lippard and Claire Tolan and a live set by Bonaventure in collaboration with Hannah Black as well as a DJ set by Rui Ho.

01:06, 01:05, 01:04, Claire Tolan, 01:03, 01:02, 01:01, Tolan’s work with ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) uses soft and hypnotic sounds as a means for creating soothing systems. Her soundscapes and performances envelop the audience and are simultaneously confounding, disturbing, and relaxing, 01:00, 00:59, 00:58, 00:57, 00:56, 00:55, 00:54, 00:53, 00:52, Hanne Lippard, 00:51, 00:50, 00:49, 00:48, 00:47, Lippard’s practice explores the voice as a medium. Her training in graphic design has informed her understanding of language as potentially having visual expressive power; her texts are visual, rhythmic, and performative instead of purely informative, 00:46, 00:45, 00:44, 00:43, 00:42, 00:41



15. 18:00 - 20:00 Incubator: Bonaventure & Hannah Black. Anxietina Rehearsals.

Bonaventure (Soraya Lutangu) uses music as an identity research tool along with practical and speculative initiatives to connect her African and European roots and investigate human relationships. Her collaboration with artist and writer Hannah Black, “Anxietina”, was commissioned by Berlin Community Radio and premiered as part of 2016 Berlin Biennial on the Boat Rage #4. Since then the two, with the help of Ebba Fransén Waldhör, who designs the sets, have presented other iterations of this initial performance at the ICA in London, the mumok in Vienna, and MOMA PS1 in NYC.

This show features live rehearsals of the very first version of the performance.


16. 20:00 - 21:00  Mathew Community Radio #4 w Villa Design Group. The work of Villa Design Group – Than Hussein Clark, James Connick, and William Joys -draws on the formal languages of architecture, theater, and the decorative arts. On the radio the group played some of their favorite music and hosted lively dramatic performances and an open call to take part in audition for a show at Frieze London.  

17. 21:00 - 22:00  Traicion Live from Mexico City In 2016 BCR presented a day of live broadcasts featuring the city's Mariachi, mezcal, sounds of resistance—all from the exhibition space for Thank You for Believing in Me. The Ruins-curated exhibition featured artists who use sound and video to resist fascism and neoliberalism, and took place during Mexico City's annual Material Art Fair.

Traicion with Live Mariachi Performance
Recalling the soundtrack and atmosphere of Mexico’s queer party Traición, the show hosted disco-sampling DJ sets from Derre Tida, Alan Balthazar, and NAAFI’s Mexican Jihad, plus a very special impromptu Mariachi performance.



18. 22:00 - 23:00 The Tunnel -a novel-turn radio show-turn art installation-turn BCR radio studio interior is the meta in joke and somehow it’s maybe a perfect way to tell the story of the radio station.

When tasked with custom building BCR’s new studio Grayson used the materials from his just de-installed show at Frankfurt am Main, and just like that we witnessed the Tunnel come full circle to bite its own tail.


‘The Tunnel by William H. Gass is a novel I’ve been reading live on Berlin Community Radio once a week for an hour over the last two years. It’s a very long book, and one appealing to a reader who brings a certain sense of adventure. Not only is any sense of narrative completely fragmented, the book is filled with design interventions that affect the page: from subtle changes in font to mutations where paragraphs and words become images and columns that reflect the point of view of its protagonist William Frederick Koehler— a professor of History at a midwestern American university who has just written his magnum opus (Guilt and Innocence in Hitler’s Germany)—but when he finds himself with the task of writing the introduction he is unable, so he begins to secretly dig a tunnel from underneath his home office as a means of escape.

Best described as a verbal, visual and musical hole, The Tunnel compares visual feelings of immense beauty and sophistication of language within the text to a subject as horrific as Hitler’s Germany. {History}

William H. Gass says of his writing in a interview:

“I always wanted the words to be in the mouth, also in the eye, but in the mouth. To be chewed…reading is accompanied by a lot of muscular activities you’re making. So I always wanted the words to be in the mouth, to be chewed.”

It’s true, that while reading The Tunnel, one finds himself needing to mouth the sentences in order to thoroughly see them in the same way touching a sculpture is instinctual when its material is of beckoning tactility. Departing from this idea, through the formal constraints of internet radio, the alteration became putting those words into the ear knowing the brain would swiftly deliver them to the mouth. I thought ‘what a joy it is to read these words, what a joy it would be to hear them read.’

For the exhibition at Frankfurt-Am-Main, the book has been transposed into a social space where the text itself is the upholstery for the arrangement of furniture that occupies the exhibition. When sitting on the bench and leaning on the table, you’re surrounded by this book and invited to examine it closely in parts with various magnifying lenses available for use. Also available for use is the table’s center piece, an architectural model cum ashtray in the shape of a funnel /black hole supported by multi fragmented levels of a grand staircase, carrying the thought of (mind and matter) moving through architecture as a means of escape.’



19. 23:00 - 00:00 Pan Daijing - I love you and please say you love me too

Musician, producer and performance artist, Pan Daijing, presents a monthly show on BCR sharing sound pieces and tracks from her harddrive. Her own approach as a composer and performer takes many forms; primarily performance art, sound, dance and installation, hinging heavily on improvisation and acts of storytelling.



Sunday, August 5th


1. 00:00 - 01:00 As a musician and sound artist Jessica Ekomane creates situations where the sound acts as a transformative element for the space and the audience. This informs her musical compositions which seek a cathartic effect alternating between noise and melody, and playing with our perception of rhythmical structures. Each episode of her show for the BCR Incubator residency programme presented music with a different focus, from rhythm concepts to pitch, and this episode is about music for film.


2. 01:00 - 03:00 Lamin Fofana back in the booth and this time for a CTM festival special.


3. 03:00 - 04:00 AMET #07 Elsa M’bala shares a piece she produced called ‘Gathering’ that was presented during the Dak'art biennale 2018 in Senegal at Point E/ IFAN Museum, Rue Emile Zola. It was part of the show "Canine Wisdom for the barking Dog-The dog Done Gone Deaf. Exploring the sonic Cosmologies of Halim El-Dabh" curated by Dr Bonaventure soh Ndikung and Kamila Metwaly.


4. 04:00 - 06:00 Insane Theories #11 ‘Games’

A physical conversation riddled with opposition and many rules.

Firmly Preconceived. Notions of what success looks like feelings.

White drapes, them at home; travelers fly, claimed colors.

Borders are the goal keepers, the goal of all collective surveillance for pleasure.

Ultimate judgement cast by the zebra, her goals clear, her bias said neutral.

She revels in the game, her longevity determined by the ability to see in stark contrast.

She stops relevant time with a blow espied and transmogrified by thousands.


5. 06:00 - 07:00 You’re Worth It - ASMR, Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, is a physiological "tingling" reaction to soft sounds and whispering. You're Worth It is a show dedicated to ASMR and relaxation. Listen through headphones.

The Data Storage Special features:

- ASMR building a storage chamber in Minecraft

- ASMR how to install a hard drive

- Yahoo Answers: What does RAM mean?

- HD Platters found while cleaning the office

- Hard drive noises

- Informational whispering on mercury delay lines, data life spans, etc.

- A couple of old songs by Talons'

- Some poems I think by Eliot & Linda Gregg

Shout outs to the four years of my life when I was almost an archivist and thought a lot about cd rom preservation and file formats.

This is the first of three episodes dedicated to memory & memory loss.

Aired 28/5/14.


6. 07:00 - 08:00 BCR Brunch w Halo Labels, Ala Sowiar a Berlin-based artist and fashion designer, featuring archival selection of 90s fashion runway soundtracks and live meditation in Polish, hosted by Linda Lee http://halolabels.com/


7. 08:00 - 09:00 James K is a New York native multi-disciplinary artist who has honed her peculiar aesthetic to include a fusion of visual and sonic elements. Deeply rooted in a conscious art practice and a mythology of her own, her sound, equally organic and electronic, is a combination of odd dreams, hybridizing enchanted samples, ripped, broken and morphed rhythms, and vocals, both incomprehensible and appealing -- forming a multi-faceted identity.


8. 09:00 - 10:00 Fish Soup #10 ‘Skycity’ The tenth episode of Fish Soup cook it real good by artist and music maker Linda Spjut. #post city


9. 10:00 - 11:00 Fashion & Death w Hanne Lippard & Anastasia Filipovna- reading from ‘Dialogue between Fashion and Death’ a humorous exploration of power of fashion and its irrationality, accompanied by fashion themed playlist of songs and found archival footage.


10. 11:00 - 13:00 YGRG Young Girl Reading Group -YGRG #8 The young girl reading group is not a gendered concept. Healthy orange apple juice type reading in audio books, musicked. starting opening thoughts with Ursula K. Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness. Drifting further with contributions of others.


11. 13:00 - 14:00 YAASAA - YAASAA's Jumoke Adeyanju in conversation with the renowned, award-winning filmmaker and director Jenn Nkiru, director of award-winning short film “Rebirth is Necessary” (2017), and producer and director of her 2014 short “En Vogue”. Also just recently she directed and majorly contributed to the captivating visuals of Kamasi Washington’s “Fists of Fury” and “Space Travelers Lullaby” as well as the 2nd unit director for Beyonce & Jay-Z’s newly released music video: “APESHIT”.

During her stay in Johannesburg, South Africa last year, Jumoke Jenn Nkiru a visit at her spot in Maboneng district and immediately got caught by her staggering charm, which filled the atmospheric space with Glam, Hip Hop and Soulfire. They reminisce on childhood memories, "celestial vegan" Nigerians and discussed the societal obsession with Black Pain and how "Rebirth is Necessary" to experience Re-Awakening.


12. 14:00 - 15:00 60HZ Precarious Breakfast - The philosophers Armen Avanessian and Mark Fisher, author among of among others ‘Capitalist Realism’ and ‘Ghosts of My Life’ met in Innsbruck at a Zirbelstuben-like venue to talk over Semmeln and coffee about of course Accelerationism but also mainly about smartphones, depression and the ambiguities of academic life.


13. 15:00 - 16:00 Mathew Community Radio #5 -  Super fun show : guests galore! Hosts David Lieske and Bianca Heuser welcomed:

Amy Yao to play her favorite surfer bands and talk surfer stories, short segment of bliss, bless and blaze, feels a bit like spending a day on the beach on the California Sun and driving back home on PCH!  Also featuring guest appearance by artist Puppiespuppies and Forrest Nash of Contemporary Art Daily playing their favorite songs and discussing current art shows in Berlin and finally an artist Yuki Kimura playing 90s Japanese rap.


14. 16:00 - 17:00 Martine Syms is a ‘conceptual entrepreneur based in LA’. Martine came by BCR to play her favorite songs from 1991.


15. 17:00 - 18:00 Hannah Black returned to BCR for a second radio show, reading new texts and always skillfully navigating the autobiographical context, casually musing over Beyonce & her own technical abilities and diving deep into critical theory and insightful observations about pop culture and all the while playing fresh contemporary rap, rnb and dancehall.


16. 18:00 - 20:00 XQUISITE #2 ft. dj melissa, why be, oxhy

Ships that pass in the night, and speak each other in passing,

Only a signal shown and a distant voice in the darkness;

So on the ocean of life we pass and speak one another,

Only a look and a voice, then darkness again and a silence.


17. 20:00 - 21:00 Future Gallery & Lodos Gallery Live From Mexico City

BCR presented a day of live broadcasts featuring the city's Mariachi, mezcal, sounds of resistance—all from the exhibition space for Thank You for Believing in Me. The Ruins-curated exhibition featured artists who use sound and video to resist fascism and neoliberalism, and took place during Mexico City's annual Material Art Fair.


Future Gallery’s director Mike Ruiz invited Francisco Cordero-Oceguera from Mexico City's Lodos Gallery to talk Mexican food, mezcal, and top picks for Material Art Fair. Future Gallery is a Berlin-based gallery that often deals with music and sonic soundscapes, with a Mexico City pop-up space during the fair.

http://lodosgallery.info/ http://futuregallery.org/


18. 21:00 - 22:00 Bahamasuede #9 with Juliette Blightman

this is a topless radio show for mothers

hosted and produced by Mia von Matt


skin to skin slow motion screaming

and soaking music

thanksgiving it!


19. 22:00 - 23:00 Hung Up Star Trek Special - Who’s hot and who’s not on Star Trek? Artist and Hung Up host Britta Thie talks to casting director and actor Preston Chaunsumlit & writer Martin Thacker about inter-species romantic affairs, the effects of technology and big data on relationships and seemingly outerwordly curting that happens on very familiar Earth. Get your sci fi geek on and tune in.


20. 23:00 - 24:00 Mathew Community Radio #6 For the last hour of our takeover we chose MCR#6 broadcasted on the occasion of the very thematically fitting group show

‘Transatlantic Transparency’ w guests Gili Tal & Cooper Jacoby!


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