Chinabot is a platform and collective created to change the dialogue surrounding Asian music. We are positioned at the junction point between the influence of Asian music on contemporary/traditional sounds, music outside the mainstream and the development of experimentation.

Next show: 18/04/2020

Archived audio: 07/10/2017 | 04/11/2017 | 05/11/2017 | 02/12/2017 | 30/12/2017 | 27/01/2018 | 25/02/2018 | 25/03/2018 | 21/04/2018 | 16/06/2018 | 14/07/2018 | 11/08/2018 | 03/11/2018 | 08/12/2018 | 29/12/2018 | 23/02/2019 | 23/03/2019 | 18/05/2019 | 15/06/2019

http://www.chinabot.co/



Disturbed tunes, hypnotic and ritualistic rhytms, sick soundscapes, and a whole entire world of weirdos there-in-between selected for the darkest side of synapses and brain.

Next show: 07/04/2020

Archived audio: 24/10/2017 | 21/11/2017 | 16/01/2018 | 13/02/2018 | 13/03/2018 | 10/04/2018 | 08/05/2018 | 05/06/2018 | 12/07/2018 | 20/11/2018 | 26/12/2018 | 16/01/2019 | 12/02/2019 | 09/05/2019 | 08/06/2019 | 27/08/2019 | 03/11/2019 | 28/11/2019 | 30/01/2020 | 10/03/2020

http://stahlwerkradio.bandcamp.com/



Sonic explorations by Graham Dowdall, aka Gagarin. This features lots of stuff close to me including some material from forthcoming Phenomenology EP and some recent remixes and other material close to my heart.

Next show: 18/04/2020

Archived audio: 02/12/2017 | 08/09/2018

http://www.gagarin.org.uk



The first sounds out of CAMP HQ come in the form of a very special guest mix, provided by Mike Harding of Touch.

Archived audio: 30/09/2017

http://touch33.net



The monthly radio show presented by founder/organizer Marlo De Lara, features new sounds from experimental/fringe/noise/sound artists/musicians who are women and other marginalized communities as well as celebrating past contributors of the LIN compilations. www.corpuscallosumdistro.com

Archived audio: 23/11/2017 | 21/12/2017 | 18/02/2018 | 11/05/2018 | 05/07/2018 | 02/10/2018 | 25/10/2018 | 22/11/2018 | 25/12/2018 | 17/01/2019 | 14/02/2019 | 25/04/2019 | 09/05/2019 | 07/06/2019

http://www.facebook.com/pg/ladyzinnoyz/



In the human genome small star, short interfering RNA mediated gene silencing in mammalian cells requires Dicer

Archived audio: 03/10/2017



A small collective of idiots who sell records online from a light industrial paradise in Holbeck, Leeds. The show veers between the disparate tastes of its disagreeable employees who protest too much that they don't really like music anymore; secretly they love it and will argue with you about Can.

Next show: 28/03/2020

http://www.normanrecords.com



A third world. An imaginary atlas of sound, color, and history. Composer and writer Ross Devlin explores links between experimental and avant garde music in different times and places. Modern works will be compared to their predecessors, international influence will be discussed, obscure and new music pieces played in their entirety with witty commentary.

Next show: 03/04/2020

http://RRRR.WORLD



A third world. An imaginary atlas of sound, color, and history. Composer and writer Ross Devlin explores links between experimental and avant garde music in different times and places. Modern works will be compared to their predecessors, international influence will be discussed, obscure and new music pieces played in their entirety with witty commentary.

Next show: 03/04/2020

Archived audio: 20/10/2017 | 17/11/2017 | 15/12/2017 | 13/01/2018 | 06/04/2018 | 11/04/2018 | 04/05/2018 | 05/06/2018 | 29/06/2018

http://RRRR.WORLD



A themed musical journey. Over two hours, each episode will take you on an in-depth spelunk through an obscure genre, fancifully imagine connections between disparate musical styles, or ride the connected paths through an artist and their side-projects and collaborations.

http://www.frogworth.com/utilityfog



Sam Lou Uncased is a new conversational podcast series on contemporary songwriting practices and production, featuring DIY artists, hosted by Sam Lou Talbot. Episodes 1-5 will be aired weekly from March 01 2020 on CAMP radio. Episodes 6-10, featuring female songwriters, run from summer 2020. To be featured, DM links and bio, via Twitter @samloutalbot

Next show: 29/03/2020

Archived audio: 01/03/2020 | 08/03/2020 | 15/03/2020

http://samloutalbot.com



You've heard of a gaggle of geese. You've heard of a charm of starlings. Well, "Snog, Marry, The Void" is a parliament of depressed, gobby pricks. Together they will bring you something old, something new, something half-inched and turn the air blue. Two hours of silver-tongued patter accompanied by some weird sounds. Once a month. Just like your dad.

Next show: 28/03/2020

http://



here sound gets the time it deserves. between the static and the moving. between the independent and the forced.

Next show: 28/03/2020

http://shaulkohn.bandcamp.com/



Greta Thunberg tells us our world is breaking. Ecosystems are collapsing, our house is burning. According to Terry Tempest Williams, we can fix it like a mosaic, sticking it back together piece by piece. So here is a soundtrack for the recovery process.

Next show: 04/04/2020

http://www.nemeton.org.uk/



Andy Jarvis explores radio and transmission art, following different threads each month



Unboxing is a celebration of sounds that straddle discipline and genre, welcoming the hard-to-catagorise and excessively hyphenated jazz-punk-noise-avant-folk-ambient-artpop, shoegaze-poetry, field-recording-disco! Join us on our thematic journeys - our bookshelf is organised by spine colour and our cardboard has been recycled

Next show: 15/04/2020

Archived audio: 19/02/2020 | 18/03/2020

http://www.jaynedent.com



Dave walks about talking music and sounds with special guests each month; interspersed with records chosen by Dave & each months guest.



ℝℯ∀DiN𝕘 excerpts from The Gates Between {Elizabeth Stuart Phelps} / Before the Thunderstorm {Elena Firsova} / Piano Potpourri: Soliloquy & Rhapsody {Zenobia Powell Perry} / Processional {Faye-Ellen Silverman} / Caprice {Kay Gardner & Mary Watkins} / Five Movements In Color {Mary D. Watkins} / Passacaglia On An Old English Tune {Rebecca Clarke} / Piano Trio: I. Moderato ma appassionato {Rebecca Clarke} / Tableaux de Provence {Paule Maurice} / Many thanks to Project Gutenberg

Next show: 20/04/2020

Archived audio: 09/10/2017 | 06/11/2017 | 04/12/2017 | 01/01/2018 | 30/01/2018 | 26/03/2018 | 23/04/2018 | 21/05/2018 | 21/06/2018 | 16/07/2018 | 13/08/2018 | 10/09/2018 | 23/11/2018 | 31/12/2018 | 28/01/2019 | 25/02/2019 | 25/03/2019 | 22/04/2019 | 20/05/2019 | 18/07/2019 | 12/08/2019 | 23/09/2019 | 17/10/2019 | 24/02/2020

http://wetgenes.com



WELCOME

This is CAMP Radio, broadcasting direct from our revolutionary arts facility high in the French Pyrenees. On these airwaves can be found a diverse array of audible pleasures, from drones to poetry, punk to grime, improv to environmental sound. We have regular shows from Wire Magazine, Ashtray Navigations, WANDA GROUP, Bomb Shop, Muyassar Kurdi, Tor Press, Crow Vs Crow, Star Turbine, Golden Lab Recordings, Astral Social Club, EIS HAUS, Sicsic Tapes, Outblinker, Guttersnipe, Was Ist Das? and many more. If you want to get in touch, email us at listen@campfr.com.

CAMP is a next-level residential arts school located in the French Pyrenees, operating catalytic masterclasses run by the world's most celebrated artists, musicians, writers and thinkers such as Gavin Bryars, Laure Prouvost, Chris Watson, Laraaji, Anne Bean, Eli Keszler, Christina Kubisch and many others - see www.campfr.com for more info.