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Wave Farm WGXC 90.7-FM   US broadcast partner 2014-15

SoundCamp are grateful to Wave Farm for once again providing the primary mountpoint for the assembled Reveil broadcast, and for broadcasting the whole programme.

The REVEIL 24 Hour Broadcast is made possible in part by Wave Farm, and will be broadcast on Wave Farm's WGXC 90.7-FM, in New York's Upper Hudson Valley, and online at wavefarm.org

Wave Farm is a non-profit arts organization that celebrates creative and community use of media and the airwaves. Wave Farm programs provide access to transmission technologies and support artists and organizations that engage with media as an art form. Wave Farm's WGXC 90.7-FM is a creative community radio station based in New York's Greene and Columbia counties. Hands-on access and participation activate WGXC as a public platform for information, experimentation, and engagement.

Locus Sonus is a research group specialized in audio art. It is organized as a post graduate lab by the Art Schools of Aix en Provence (ESAA) and Bourges (ENSA) in France.

Locus Sonus' pioneering work with live audio streaming includes making and producing the Locus Streambox, LocusCast apps, numerous installations, presentations and research activities, and hosting a live soundmap since 2007 as a platform for an open microphone network.

SoundCamp are grateful for the opportunity to develop the Reveil broadcast in association with Locus Sonus, for technical support and support in kind, and for ongoing collaborations.

Following the first soundcamp as Stave Hill in May 2014, SoundCamp are delighted to be returning to Stave Hill in 2015. We are grateful to SHED / TCV and Rebeka Clark for making this unique urban location available, and for logistical support.

Stave Hill Ecological Park / SHED

Stave Hill Ecological Park is managed by TCV Urban Ecology as a nature reserve, educational facility, research area and place of recreation. With the Russia Dock Woodland, it forms an ecologically diverse green spine in the middle of intensive development on the site of Rotherhithe's filled in docks.

Along with the nearby Lavender Pond, the site is a successor to the first urban ecology park, the William Curtis Ecological Park, created in 1976 on the site of a derelict lorry park near Tower Bridge by the Trust for Urban Ecology.

Made from scratch over 25 years by sowing and planting in the poor soil, in some places it has been improved or altered by the addition of sand, spent mushroom compost and a variety of mulches. The Park is intensively managed as a mosaic of micro habitats to conserve the wide variety of wildlife that colonised the area during the years the docks lay derelict, and before.

Activities at the soundcamp benefit greatly from long term stewardship, environmental management and community engagement by the Friends of Russia Dock Woodland.

Uniformbooks is an imprint for the visual and literary arts, cultural geography and history, music and bibliographic studies.

Uniformagazine is a printed quarterly alongside the books, for the variety of writers, artists and contributors that we work with and publish.

Resonance104.4fm   UK broadcast partner 2014-15

Following their support for Reveil in its first year, we are again grateful to Resonance104.4fm for once again providing valuable airtime, technical expertise and support in kind.

Now in its 13th year, broadcasting 24/7 from central London, Resonance104.4fm has been described by The Guardian as "the best radio station in London" and by The Village Voice as "the best radio station in the world". A not-for-profit broadcast platform (UK registered charity no. 290236), you can support the station's continued growth with a secure donation via www.resonancefm.com


A project of the Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country

The story goes that International Dawn Chorus Day began in the 1980s when broadcaster and environmentalist Chris Baines asked everyone to attend his birthday party at Moseley Bog in Birmingham at 4am.. Since then IDCD has grown from a small local gathering to an annual international celebration with Dawn Chorus events held as far afield as the Caribbean and Antarctica.


Presented in association with New Adventures in Sound Art

New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) is a non-profit organization, based in Toronto Canada, that presents performances and installations spanning the entire spectrum of electroacoustic and experimental sound art. In May, NAISA presents the Deep Wireless Festival of Radio and Transmission Art.

In 2015, NAISA will be presenting events in Ontario's Near North at Warbler's Roost, which is located just outside of South River, and is 25 km west of Algonquin Park. The first of these events will be a 24-hour broadcast of the soundscape at Warbler's Roost.

Radius is an experimental radio broadcast platform based in Chicago, IL, USA. Radius features a new project monthly with statements by artists who use radio as a primary element in their work. Radius provides artists with live and experimental formats in radio programming. The goal is to support work that engages the tonal and public spaces of the electromagnetic spectrum. All audio works are broadcast locally on 88.9-FM with a secondary stream online.

For Reveil 2016 Radius are hosting the first #LIVE broadcast and performance of the 2016 GROUND Series with Episode 73: Lindsey French at University of Illinois at Chicago's Greenhouse and Plant Research Laboratory.

Octopus collective are a sound art and new music organisation based in a public park on Cumbria's Furness Peninsula. Dedicated to developing and exporting new work and acting as an incubator for emerging artists, we offer an ongoing programme of activities including performance, education and research projects, artistic commissions and the biennial Full of Noises Festival.

radioCONA (Brane Zorman, Irena Pivka) is pleased for the second time to announce participation in the soundCamp/Reveil project. To celebrate the International Dawn Chorus Day on May 3rd, 2015 radioCona will team up and locate at KSEVT - Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies, Vitanje, Slovenia with whom we start a new creative and research collaboration.
RadioCona first broadcast on january 1st, 2008. It continues to present FM and internet broadcasts featuring sound art, radio art, discursive projects, thematic discussions and lectures.
radioCona is a platform that uses the radio-frequency space in art contexts. FM frequencies are understand as public spaces and explored from different perspectives, mediated through artworks, audiobooks, programming and exhibitions. radioCona is an intervention into public space.
www.radiocona.si
www.cona.si
www.ksevt.eu/2015

Liminaria is a platform in which stories of places, people and landscapes come together through the hybridization and the convergence of modalities, languages and different tools (sound, video, photography and literature).

Sound in this context is seen as a research tool that combines different languages in order to form its own, and that is “ready to get out of its own proximity without declining the idea of inhabiting a place” (F. Casetti), building a dimension that is “Glocal” par excellence.

Liminaria looks at creating a narrative that will give a new perspective to cultural, social, natural, architectural and landscape elements of the land, by having local communities teaming up with artists, curators, researcher, writers, and specialists of new technology.



Mazi is an artist collective focused on alternative documentary forms. Founded by Alyssa Moxley and Ramona Stout, the group is currently working on the development of Kinisi Festival, an event that brings together folk musicians and experimental sound artists from around the Balkans on the island of Santorini. Mazi will be organizing listening events, installations, and performances on the island throughout the summer.

More information about the festival and future listening events can be found at www.kinisifestival.com

MoKS is a non-profit artist-run project space in Estonia situated in the rural community of Mooste. We are located 40km southeast of Tartu and 20km west of the Russian border. With its diverse approach and open atmosphere, MoKS holds a unique position within the Estonian and greater European cultural context.


World Land Trust (WLT) is an international conservation charity, which protects the world's most biologically important and threatened habitats acre by acre. Since its foundation in 1989, WLT has funded partner organisations around the world to create reserves, and give permanent protection to habitats and wildlife. The mission of the World Land Trust is: To protect and sustainably manage natural ecosystems of the world; To conserve their biodiversity, with emphasis on threatened habitats and endangered species; To develop partnerships with local individuals, communities and organisations to engage support and commitment among the people who live in project areas; To raise awareness, in the UK and elsewhere, of the need for conservation, to improve understanding and generate support through education, information and fundraising. For further details on World Land Trust, visit www.worldlandtrust.org.


SARC is a research centre within the newly formed School of Creative Arts at Queen's University Belfast. The Centre, the first purpose-built facility of its kind in the UK, has brought together over fifty researchers working in the fields of music. It is a unique interdisciplinary environment which has united internationally recognised experts in the areas of musical composition, digital signal processing, performance technologies, acoustics and sound art.

Clocktower Radio is the Internet media outlet of Clocktower Productions, a 40-year-old New York City-based arts and music exhibition, performance, services, and education project. Clocktower Radio provides free content through both its radio streamcast and searchable online cultural archive featuring 7,000 hours of interviews and discussions, independent and experimental music, audio art, radio theater, spoken word, cultural news, historic broadcasts, and new media innovation.



Ky Lewis

Durational images with solargraphs, lumen prints, pinholes and other analogue equipment.

For 2015 Ky will make and send 10 large format solargraph cameras incorporated in cardboard postal tubes and containing 10 matchbox B+W pinhole cameras to document the 10 soundcamps.

Soundart Radio offers paths of discovery through the medium of radio for makers and for listeners. The station roams between programmes conceived and produced by school children in Totnes and territories covered by alternative news outlets probing international issues - and everywhere in between.

Soundart Radio seeks to depart from formulaic radio broadcasting fostering experimental approaches for communication and art. The results are community generated radio works and programmes formed through exploration by people from the area and beyond, presented on a platform able to project work across the globe.

For the last 25 years, KPHTH FM 101.5, has adopted its own way to come and go in daily events without dependencies and entanglements, selfishness and interest. The atmosphere in the "air" of KPHTH FM always defined its people that form its existence.

The station has never hesitated to “invest” and embrace emerging and talented young people by offering them the opportunity to trace the limits of their personal expression. In this way KPHTH FM spurred the careers of many successful journalists and music producers. KPHTH FM gives the microphone first to these people who are hungry to explore the limits of their personal expression.

In the era of banality to be yourself is almost synonymous to a crime. Especially on radio. Whatever it sounds, echoes the same sound - predictable, regurgitated, sleepy.

Fortunately there is a whole world that wants to hear something real, something really bold and original; listeners who want bold and true information in conjunction with quality music of all kinds. This world is the audience KPHTH FM 101.5

Over time, the station has attracted the audience of individuals and groups of people who cultivate a certain interaction, promoting communication and forming a unique ethos of coexistence and friction.

We are an online radio 'gallery' dedicated to sound art, experimental electronics and radio art radio.

We believe in the evolutionary, psychological and consciousness-raising possibilities of sound awareness. Our mission is to turn people on to the magic and power of sound - in all its forms.

Sonica.FM
email: sonicafmradiogallery@gmail.com to get involved

24h/24, Phaune Radio vous invite à une exploration de l'animalité et de ses univers sonores, un voyage au plus près des biotopes sauvages et imaginaires.

Musiques obliques, sons horizontaux, archives rescapées, mixs à plumes et à paillettes, sciences & détournements, radio augmentée, espèces et voix d'apparition, eartoys, stretching temporel..

Un cabinet de curiosités sonores, en mouvement perpétuel, pour découvrir la vitalité de la création radiophonique internationale, s'immerger dans un bain de sons naturels et surnaturels, et remettre les ondes à l'envers. Place à la créativité effrontée de la nature, intensifiée par la griffe phaunesque qui transforme chaque heure, chaque minute, chaque seconde en instinct donné, reçu, partagé - dans un éclat de rire et à la force des tripes. Parce que le son nous est chair.

Phaune Radio se déplie aussi sur les ondes des radios curieuses, s'étire lors d'installations sonores dedans ou dehors, s'entrelace pour des workshops DIY, et se blottit dans des festivals pour des temps d'écoute partagée.

Radio Papesse à una web radio nata nel 2006 all'interno del Palazzo delle Papesse Centro Arte Contemporanea di Siena con l'obiettivo di proporre una programmazione che intersecasse musica, sound art, nuove narrative e approfondimenti intorno all'arte contemporanea.

Radio Papesse aspira ad associare il dibattito attuale sull'arte, sulle ricerche e sperimentazioni sonore con ascolti più leggeri e che tuttavia stentano a trovare spazio su altre radio.

Radio Papesse à un archivio audio on-line e on-demand consultabile gratuitamente. Supportiamo la libera circolazione delle idee e della conoscenza attraverso l'adozione e sperimentazione della Licenza Creative Commons. Produciamo e diffondiamo interviste, documentari, audioguide e percorsi sonori commissionati o prodotti in collaborazione con istituzioni, musei, biennali non solo per aggiungere valore alla produzione culturale ma anche per aprire nuove e praticabili vie di accesso al mondo dell'arte contemporanea.

Red deer, otters, clouds of butterflies fluttering over drifts of wild flowers. Beneath the water a bullhead hides in rare pondweeds, whilst overhead a peregrine falcon stoops on its unsuspecting prey. We are not in the wilds of Scotland, we are in the industrial heart of the Midlands. The wildlife of Birmingham and the Black Country is as rich and varied as that of any other part of the United Kingdom. The rare and the special are here, from scarce mammals like polecats and water voles to bright dragonflies and horned beetles. Adding spice to this is an astounding mix of plants reflecting the many peoples and trades that have come here from around the world – seeds brought on wool from Argentina or parakeets from tropical Africa.

This is wildlife that is as exciting and cosmopolitan as the people who live here, ancient woodlands, centuries old, elsewhere urban commons where nature reclaims and heals the scars of forgotten factories and mines. All this wealth of life shares its living space with over two million people making it a precious resource. The green spaces filter and clean the air, soothe our senses, hold back rainwater that would otherwise cause chaotic flooding and even help cool us during extreme heatwaves.

The Wildlife Trust works to create a Living Landscape for wildlife and people in Birmingham and the Black Country.

Founded in 1998, ORANGE 94.0 is the only community radio in Vienna and the largest in the German-speaking countries. Politically independent and non-commercial, ORANGE 94.0 engages over 500 reporters, mostly volunteers, and it broadcasts more than 150 programmes in 25 languages. Innovative and creative in the way it addresses diverse topics, including the promotion of non-commercial musical genres, the broadcaster is also at the forefront of cross-media education and training. While encouraging debate on diverse underreported topics and giving voices to minorities whose concerns do not find eco in the mainstream media, the training courses enable people with diverse backgrounds to produce quality programmes.

For full version please visit: http://o94.at/submenu/ueber-orange-94-0/?lang=en

Committed to providing artists and community members access to the airwaves for creative and experimental use, ARTxFM employs sound, music, and conversation to explore the hidden properties of audio broadcasting. Sculpting with frequency that is delivered in watts, ARTxFM amplifies contemporary art ideas and broadcasts international creative dialog.

Our definition of artist is broad. It includes painters, performers, writers, athletes, filmmakers, philosophers, scientists, and more -- the trained and untrained, the local and the superstar. ARTxFM functions with the belief that the greatest forms of art, like the greatest forms of democracy, flourish within the free and unfettered exchange of ideas.

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ARTSYNC - NOFM Second Programme is a hyper space pool 24/7 web stream dedicated to progressive tendencies in sound art, improvisational and experimental music, field recording, conceptual and applied performing arts, but with educational input presenting history of electro-acoustic and electronic music, spoken word, performance art and archive field recordings.

NOFM Independent Internet radio is created by self-organized group of people from Belgrade, active in the fields of alternative and progressive art, science, urban culture, activism and independent journalism.

We are engaged in the creation of new spaces for culture, led by the phenomenon of trans-localization of environment in which we create virtual mise en scene, which refuses to exist only on the edges of the current narrative. As Michel de Certeau would say: The place is a palimpsest. All places become what people write into them.

http://nofm.rs/
http://nofm.rs/nofm-2-artsync/
artsync reveil
artsync blog




Radio Corax

Radio Corax is a free radio (noncommercial local), run 24h/7d by about 300 people in Halle/S., E.-Germany on FM and focusses partly radioart and experimental use of radio. We are a part of the international radioart-network radia.fm. Stream on www.radiocorax.de

Radio Patapoe 88.3 FM Amsterdam

patapoe is free radio with no censorship or commercial interests propagating free speech and new ways of thinking patapoe is located somewhere in amsterdam patapoe is deep underground patapoe is 9 miles high patapoe is 24/7 patapoe is unstoppable patapoe is an impregnable fortress capable of deploying weapons of mass disruption within forty-five SECONDS at the first sign of attack patapoe is a cute little doggie really.....

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