On Music

2020—2022

What is the concept of sonic fiction about? How can people be participants in the club scene? And how does music with nightingales sound? The series On Music combines music discourse and concerts.

To project

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Shaping Dance Floors, Locally | On Music

With Sedef Adasi, Gîn Bali, Ramin Büttner, Maurice Neugebauer, Ulrike Schell English original version Podcast, August 2022

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Nightingala | On Music

With David Rothenberg and Tina Roeske English original version Podcast, April 2022

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Living Space | On Music

With Michael E. Veal English original version Podcast, March 2022

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How to Do Things with Sound | On Music

With Giada Dalla Bontà and Holger Schulze English original version Podcast

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Techno at the End of the Future, Episode 1: London | On Music

With DeForrest Brown, Jr., Steve Goodman (a.k.a. Kode9) and Nkisi English original version Podcast, September 2021

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Techno at the End of the Future, Episode 2: Berlin | On Music

With DeForrest Brown, Jr., Lerato Khathi alias Lakuti, Boris Dolinski and Mark Ernestus English original version Podcast

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Politics of the Dance Floor: Reset | On Music

The producer, performer and astrophysicist houaïda speaks with the founder of an independent communications agency Melissa Taylor, the label manager Nicky Böhm and the DJ and musicologist He Zhao about social change and the responsibility of the dance community. English original version Podcast, December 2020

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Politics of the Dance Floor: Sustainability | On Music

Community organizer Sarj Lynch hosts the second episode of the Politics of the Dance Floor podcast and discusses sustainability in club culture with Camille Barton, Avril Ceballos and Konstanze Meyer. English original version Podcast, October 2020

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Politics of the Dance Floor: Solidarity | On Music

In the first episode of the Politics of the Dance Floor podcast, Erkan Affan speaks with Yuko Asanuma, Lakuti and Jay Jay Revlon about solidarity. They discuss participation, the advantages and disadvantages of online DJ sets and why it’s always work to show solidarity with others. English original version Podcast, July 2020