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Écoutez la dernière Condomnium avec Etienne Jaumet rendant hommage au philosophe, littéraire et artiste indien Rabindranath Thakur entre musique ethnique, disco, poèmes et plus.

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Jonny Zchivago is back for an hour of twisted folk and minimalist experiments, this time product placing C.I.A. Debutante’s new LP released on Stillbreeze.

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Étienne Jaumet is back for the second episode of his bimestrial show, sharing an hour of his influences in music, poetry and literature.

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À l’occasion de la 15è édition de la Biennale d’Art Contemporain de Lyon, LYL Radio, en partenariat avec le Palais de Tokyo et le MAC Lyon, déroule un programme d’émission accompagnant les évènements et l’exposition, produisant avec, pour, autour des artistes une pléiade de transmissions à destination des auditeurs et visiteurs, pourvoyant histoires, informations, détours, additions aux installations présentées aux Usines Fagor et sur le reste des sites de la Biennale.

Pour ce premier programme, nous nous attachons à raconter un peu de la dense vie du poète américain Raymond Carver, dont un recueil (et poème éponyme), “Where Water Come Together With Other Water”, donne son titre, et une certaine direction à cette nouvelle Biennale: “Là où les eaux se mêlent”.

Au cours de cette émission, vous entendrez des extraits de la poésie de Carver, lue par des passants rencontrés à Lyon, ou par Carver lui-même, des extraits d’entretiens aussi, de même que des commentaires issus de documentaires lui étant consacrés. Enfin, le tout est relié par une pièce sonore mise bout à bout par le producteur lyonnais Magnétophonique, inspiré du flot de l’américain, comme une interprétation du circuit sinueux de sa vie et poésie.

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Vincent Glandier et Beurette Sentimentale présentent “La Femme vêtue de soleil”, un collage sonore mêlant lecture de poésie, musique expérimentale, et spoken word.

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This sound-podcast-collage by Megamal -Alicia Carrera & Bejotanova-, based on and around poems by Rosalía de Castro, an artist whose pieces express the feeling known in Galician as Saudade: vivid, sharp inevitable changes which are lamented. Nature is an omnipresent beauty which is so intense it causes the sharpest pain.
Known as the first female poet in Galicia and Spain, she expressed a refusal to accept false comfort, making her a foundation from which following female poets carried on building from.
The doses of remarkably sorrow yet sweet imagery read in this podcast are (in order of appearance):
– They Say That the Plants Do Not Speak
– The Atmosphere is Incandescent
– Hour After Hour, Day After Day
– I In My Bed of Thistles

Megamal is a musical project that combines Alicia Carrera’s vastly bizzare musical world and Bejotanova’s avid tape experiments to place listeners in a whirling, fizzy cassette spool of eclectic sounds complete with crackling, hissing and popping.

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Left Alone honcho Ashton returns to our waves with an hour of modern classical, future jazz, experimental and more downtempo poetry and floating melodies.

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Le triumvirat derrière le label parisien Collapsing Market nous fait écouter des musiques expérimentales, de la poésie sonore, de la chanson française et de la musique électronique.

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We join Laura Not on her second musical journey of the season for this special episode focusing on sound poetry, through spoken word, concrete poetry, noise, and more…

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Paris based Vincent Glandier explore delicate experimental electronics, lush ambient and sound-poetry through John Giorno, contemporary avant-garde producers or cult noise activists Ramleh.

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Punk-rock, poetry and spiritual 70s vibes with Elen Huynh paying a “Tribute to Patti Smith” through her first readings, short interviews and songs.
Special thanks to MMNNB (Marion-Mathias-Nas-Nico-Boris).

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For this episode called ‘Going Nadie’, Elen Huynh combines recent spoken-word finds with new collages in collaboration with Michèle Albertini (Belmont Witch / Rose Mercie) both reading Uruguayan poetry of Idea Vilariño.

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Step into the french spoken word zone “Á Géométrie Variable”. For this special one, Elen Huynh explores a wide range of tracks with words related to France like Ilhan Mimaroglu, Elisa Point, Tony Hymas and more.

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Meta-collective Fabrik presenting a 45-minutes composition built from various texts and jam sessions.

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From Antwerp with experimental label Entr’acte, through its répertoire and its artists’ parallel works.

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From Antwerp with experimental label Entr’acte, through its répertoire and its artists’ parallel works.

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