On the fifth edition of the Frequency Horizon we delve into Finish broadcast history, take a trapical look at global affairs, and examine the spirit of 80s synthetic experimentalism. Plus, we take on the subject of bear hunting and the social media controversy it can spark in a place like Tofino.
What’s up this week:
-Shout out to CHLY show Kinetic Flow founder.
-We’ll sit down with Kalle Fröjd, a Finnish journalist who has travelled to Mouth Kilimanjaro, Everest, the Amazon and North Korea, about his career working with physical and radio mediums.
-Interview with L.A. bass musicians Terravita, and a brand new track with a global outlook particularly relevant to the day in which it was released.
-A chat with Luc Bibeau, who works with the Nuu-Chah-Nulth First Nation, about the social media fallout from an experience he had hunting elk and bear in Gold River.
-Track of the week from Rene LaVice (you seriously need to add this one to your surf playlist).
-Sidetrip into 80s underground noise, as we delve headlong into the marvellous https://archive.org/details/noise-arch dump.
-Music from Gregg Sharp, Royksopp, Devo, Club Cheval and the Chemical Brothers.