9 episodes

An experimental cabaret of drama, comedy, music, and chaos; a Nu kind of radio for a Nu kind of world

Radio Dada Jake Gonnella, NU-DADA

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An experimental cabaret of drama, comedy, music, and chaos; a Nu kind of radio for a Nu kind of world

    Ep. 9 - The Village Of The Very Busy People

    Ep. 9 - The Village Of The Very Busy People

    RADIO DADA returns, to celebrate AN ENTIRE YEAR of audio existence and obscurity!! We'd like to thank all who have helped us get this far, and we hope to bring you far more bizarrity in the year to come. We celebrate today with a work by Danny Lee, Allied Fracture, and Jesse Baird. THANK YOU, ENJOY, AND SUBMIT SUBMIT SUBMIT

    • 19 min
    Episode 8 - Black Dada Nihilismus

    Episode 8 - Black Dada Nihilismus

    RADIO DADA RETURNS with an eclectic episode, enjoy!!Featuring:“Black Dada Nihilismus” – text by Amiri Baraka, read by Gabriel Michal Mustin“Gibberishliki” – Tatiana Roumelioti“The Duoverse is Neato” – radio play performed “live” to tape by Aluminum Tadpole in 1989 or 1990. This is included on the album “The Clever Whatever” (Worst Kitchen Records, 2008)“To My Mother”…

    • 15 min
    Longmont Potion Castle

    Longmont Potion Castle

    RADIO DADA RETURNS with a very special episode featuring none other than infamous surrealist prank-caller Longmont Potion Castle! Listen in for unreleased recordings exclusive to Radio Dada, chosen by LPC himself and sequenced by our dedicated team! Don’t miss this one, and SUBMIT!!



    Notes from LPC:
    1. Wax Trax + Freaky's
    Snippet of these two businesses with sampling mixed in. Circa 2004.

    2. Marijuana Clinic
    A fun outtake between a weed doctor and an echoplex. Circa 2008.

    3. Leather And Liquor
    Snippets of businesses with the same name combined together. Circa 2004.

    4. Telechoice Medley
    Fun compilation of pranks I did while working as an operator at the phone company. Sending out messages from an inactive phone extension to the entire floor (hundreds of co-workers), then forwarding their responses back to the entire floor, and recording everything, all while at work. Circa 1992.

    5. Exorcism
    Dialing a random phone number that led to the whole family ganging up on me to do an exorcism. Circa 1988.

    6. Cascade Track
    Audio collage featuring a guy overusing the word "Track," basically in every sentence. Circa 2019.

    7. Miller Time
    An excerpt from the recording of my crazed former employer. Circa 1998.

    8. Mario Van Peebles
    Found recording with this TV personality confronted with nonsense. Circa 2016.

    9. Slick Panther
    Groovy song featuring phone operators, drums, Bass VI, stereo guitar, and noise. Circa 2007.

    10. Pecoremix
    Call to a cheese shop with an echoplex. Circa 2021.



    Longmont Potion Castle has been producing albums of bizarre phone calls and experimental metal for nearly forty years, and was the subject of the 2018 documentary "Where in the Hell is the Lavender House". His fantastic new album just released this month as a CD and a download, give a listen and go buck wild!!

    • 32 min
    There Should be a Bell Here

    There Should be a Bell Here

    Radio Dada is proud to present "There Should be a Bell Here", another long-form experimental audio piece. Utilizing found music and tape audio, "There Should be a Bell Here" invokes themes of hope, frustration and a total lack of order as the chaotic piece progresses. We do hope you'll enjoy!!

    • 17 min
    Alice's Restaurant

    Alice's Restaurant

    RADIO DADA returns with a Thanksgiving special! Enjoy an assortment of disposable leftovers and listen to Spectacle the Band’s rancorous cover of the Turkey Day classic, Alice’s Restaurant; we do hope you enjoy!This radio show – and all anglo art created upon this continent – was created upon stolen land. https://www.indian-affairs.org/

    • 15 min
    Episode 4

    Episode 4

    Are You Ready ? – Written by Jake Gonnella, performed by Laurel SchusterAsemic Writing Song/Ksekathara – Tatiana RoumeliotiSketch for Radio I – Written by Samuel Beckett, performed by Anna Bisikalo and Jake GonnellaEnjoy, share, and Submit!

    • 15 min

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