Radia 265 | Awaiting the waters to rise

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This week Radia Show comes from the frequencies of belgian Radio Campus Bruxelles and it was producer by musician and sound engineer Frédéric Alstadt

Here is the soundwork introduced by the producer himself:
"Traces of a hot & wet summers strings improvisations, I edited the two first sessions we made with my friend Amélie Grosselet, she was playing guitar and I was playing apalachian dulcimer processed with different analog effets.
As I’ve spent a lot of time in Venice this year, designing sound for an installation, I still had that strongly in mind.
Water was everywhere there, around me and into the sound I was working on, I was amazedly obsessed by the "
aqua alta" submerging the streets. These random rises inspired me.
The liquid element’s travel from meting snow recorded in the Alps in late march to Antwerpen industrialised rivers sides, followed our strings.

Flood is to come."

Into lovers strings,
crumbled under soft shakes from the strech of the oblivion,
tainted simple encounters, bellow the lights of married chords.
It’s a sincere road I followed,
time for a pause,
strewn of dark blue sound wires,
remanences of an unbordered amaricana 
[Christophe Guiraud]

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