Get ’em while they’re HOT! Range: Local, Distant, Fringe


I have copies of Radius’ new zine, Range: Local, Distant, Fringe for sale (5 bucks) here in Atlanta! Included: Radius stickers!

Range is 24-page booklet in a series of 220, each with hand silkscreened paper covers. The booklet features a three-part episode series and accompanying artist statements for each episode, images, and an extended interview with each artist/group of artists. 

The episode artists are Local: Emilie Mouchous & Andrea-Jane Cornell; Distant: Damon Loren Baker; and Fringe: Rob Ray. 

To listen to episodes featured in Range and for more information on the zine and Radius, click here

Range can also be purchased online through Half Letter Press and Sound and Language. If you’re in Chicago, stop in at Quimby’s for your copy!

Episode 3: Radius

Coming up next week!: be sure to check out the latest episode of Radius, an experimental radio  broadcast platform in Chicago. The episode will feature work by Andy Ortmann. It’s going to be a great, and really intense, listening experience.
Information is posted below. To check out Radius, click here.

Episode 03 will host Andy Ortmann. Andy has been making eclectic electronic experimental music since 1990. His early efforts yielded abrasive synthesizer and electro-acoustic recordings where the more recent albums are of higher concepts and technical execution. Andy curates Nihilist Records label, performs with the noise project Panicsville and produces a radio show for WFMU called The Eternal Now.
Radius will be premiering his newest work RAPE OF NANKING. In anticipation of the 75th anniversary of the Nanking Massacre, Ortmann constructed a three hour piece of electronic music that in some minor way, reflects on and/or interprets the inhumanity and abominable brutality of which humans are capable. RAPE OF NANKING will run for two consecutive Monday and Wednesdays on March 21, 23, 28 and 30 at 6pm CST.

Radius is an experimental radio broadcast platform based in Chicago, IL, USA.The goal is to support work that engages the tonal and public spaces of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Radius features a new project semi-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.

Radius is administered by Jeff Kolar.