Faitiche’s Jan Jelinek invites Tim Tetzner for this month’s broadcast, him providing with a sound collage entitled “Earth covers Earth, Wind and Fire”, a sound meditation dedicated to humankind’s most ambiguous fantasy, Earth. In 1966, soon after Stewart Brand asked Why Haven’t We Seen A Photograph Of The Whole Earth Yet?, NASA presented a perfectly beautiful first image of Earth taken from space by its ATS-3 satellite. But what at the time extended our understanding of the planet was soon to be challenged by theoretical physics: science now turned Earth from an alluring blue marble in space into an abstract mathematical delusion driven by string theory and overshadowed by an unresolved black-hole information paradox.
Dedicated to the soulful voice of Dinah Washington, inspired by Low Res’ Mistaken Alien Interpretations Of Earth Music and deluded by Michael Talbot’s The Holographic Universe.
Jan Jelinek invites contemporary artist Michael Raedecker for this month’s “Temple Of Faitiche”, each providing with a complex blend of ambient, experimental and musique concrète works from Oneohtrix Point Never, The Flamingos, Pan Sonic, Yves Tumor and more.
Faitiche Records founder and experimental musician Jan Jelinek returns to his “Temple Of Faitiche” residency with an episode entitled “Hysteria” exploring its effects and consequences in music.
Jan Jelinek, fondateur de Faitiche Records, revient sur nos ondes avec un épisode dédié à la composition solitaire, aux divagations en studio, en passant des pionnier de l’électronique à ceux du dub…
Listen back to Faitiche’s Jan Jelinek playing drone, ambient and experimental works from Coil, Phil Niblock, Gordon Monahan and more, under the title: What is found when time is lost?
Faitiche’s founder and musician Jan Jelinek comes back to our airwaves with an episode entitled “God bless pop culture – and all media that reproduce it”, going from De La Soul to Tim Hecker in a blink of an eye.
Musician and Faitiche label boss Jan Jelinek returns to our station with a special episode entitled “Lee Perry: Dancing to Geometry”, reprising some of the infamous dub producer’s compositions.
Stream back Faitiche’s guru and adventurous collector/producer Jan Jelinek, compiling tracks from Ol’Dirty Bastard to Henri Chopin via Robert Ashley and personal compositions to fill this month’s thematic: “Voice = Sound”
Listen back to Jan Jelinek’s broadcast, entitled “Vague Conditions & Forecast”, featuring early and contemporary electronic experimentations from Ennio Morricone, Alessandro Alessandroni, Buchla, François Bayle and more.
Faitiche founder Jan Jelinek kicks the year off with a new episode, entitled “Distance”.
Jan Jelinek takes you on a very personal journey through Japan, named “Music Without Progression: dripping & wafting sounds from Japan”.
One hour monthly with Faitiche label founder and producer Jan Jelinek (and Groupshow artists), cruising through various repertoires: from anthropological material to contemporary experimental and different electronic movements.