This radio broadcast on London’s Resonance FM highlights performances of Eliane Radigue’s music by Julia Eckhardt and Enrico Malatesta as well as a solo show by Gosheven. Recorded at the 2021 edition of Portugal’s OUT.FEST. Performances were held as part of the REMAIIN project.

OUT.RA’s 33rd monthly show at Lisbon-based community radio Rádio Quântica was dedicated to REMAIIN, featuring two concerts from the 2021 edition of the OUT.FEST festival in Barreiro: one by Gosheven, and one by Julia Eckhardt and Enrico Malatesta who played Eliane Radigue’s music.

This mix from Hungarian musician Gosheven explores the polyphonic music of the ‘Are’are people of Malaita in the Solomon Islands. Created as part of REMAIIN for Crack Magazine.

This radio broadcast on London’s Resonance FM highlights performances of Giacinto Scelsi’s music by the Sonar Ensemble and Ieva Parša. Recorded at the 2020 edition of Riga, Latvia’s Skaņu Mežs festival. Performances were held as part of the REMAIIN project.

This track is a companion piece to Werner Durand’s text “Disoccidentation”, his contribution to a series of essays, commissioned by REMAIIN. It is played on the Pan-Ney, an instrument of his own design tuned in just intonation. It consists of a bundle of acrylic glass pipes, looking like a huge Pan-Pipe, but played like the Arabic/Turkish ney. A delay patch allows to create dense textures in real time.

This track was submitted by musician, educator and writer David Toop as a companion piece to “Music as a Virus”, his contribution to a series of essays, commissioned by REMAIIN (Radical European Music and its Intercultural Nature), a project that investigates non-European cultural influences on the experimental, avant-garde and innovative music of the present and the past. It is co-funded by the „Creative Europe” programme of the European Union.

This track is a companion piece to Joe Morris’ text “Proudly Disengaged”, his contribution to a series of essays, commissioned by REMAIIN (Radical European Music and its Intercultural Nature), a project that investigates non-European cultural influences on the experimental, avant-garde and innovative music of the present and the past. It is co-funded by the „Creative Europe” programme of the European Union.

This track was submitted by saxophonist, improviser and composer André Vida as a companion piece to journalist Martina Seeber’s essay on composer Giancinto Scelsi. It is Vida’s interpretation of the piece “Toast to Scelsi’s A Flat”, composed by Augustin Maurs.