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In music, human voices are not only good for distributing wisdoms of life. It can also be used as an instrument. Whether it’s a weird form of sound poetry or just distorted voices, there are a lot of possibilities to play with words and language, often with surprising results. This UV Funk show, once again curated by Philipp Demankowski, is dedicated to these exciting artists that are often work interdisciplinary between music, literature and fine arts.

Danny Alias – Big Brother – The Answer
Moondog – Moondog Monologue
White Noise – Love Without Sound
Art of Noise – Opus 4
William S Burroughs – Is Everybody In
Lily Greenham – Relativity
Bob Cobbing – Alphabet Of Fishes
Visible Cloaks – Transient
Anton Bruhin – Rotomotor
Delia Derbyshire – Voice Of John Peel
Mark Pritchard feat. Gregory Whitehead – Come Let Us
Ursula Rucker – Philadelphia Child
Laraaji – Om Tryumbacom
Åke Hodell – General Bussig (General Buddy-Buddy) (part 1)
Baudouin Oosterlynck – Refuge
Gregory Whitehead – Twilight For Idols
Lars-Gunnar Bodin – On Speaking Terms Poem No. 5
Area – L’abbattimento dello Zeppelin
Philip Glass – Music For Voices

UV Funk is a radio show which is broadcasted every third Friday from 9:30 pm to 11:00 pm on Dresden based community radio station coloRadio. Radio listeners in Dresden can tune in to the program on 98,3 or 99,4 MHz. Any other listeners can recall it here. The show is hosted by @philipp-demankowski. It’s all about stories, interviews and tracks out of the world of Cosmic Electronic Music.

The show was aired on 16th of March 2018.