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Krachwald #20: War

08 March 2022
  • Experimental
  • Hörspiel
  • Radiophonic
  • Radio Play
  • Strange

With Russia’s invasion into Ukraine, the planned program about Gregory Whitehead’s triptych on the United States’ War Against Terror (As We Know, Crazy Horse One-Eight, Nothing Like Us) turned into a broader view on the subject, with ideas about resisting war, the inevitableness of war, war and art, overcoming war trauma, the sound of war, war at the home front and in the cinema, total war, …

Featured cover art: Ami Shavit – Yom Kippur 1973 (Sub Rosa)



The Psychic Workshop – Apocalypse

soundscape with fragments from Francis Ford Coppola’s 'Apocalypse Now' (1988)

Ami Shavit – Yom Kippur, Pt. 2

tackling war trauma in front of a synthesizer (1973)

Sten Hanson – The Glorious Desertion

some elementary thoughts (1969)

The Tape-beatles – Flowers For Dead Heroes

addressing the home front (1993)

Sun Ra – Nuclear War

addressing a motherfucker (1982)

David Allan Coe – Osama Bin Laden Song

the home front responds

James Whitehead – Air Attack Over Kabul Airfield

soundscape with field-recordings and synthesizer (2005)

X.Y. Zedd – Hans Arp

thoughts about art and war (1989)

Sentimentale Jugend – Hiroshima

a popular song (1981)

The Android Sisters – Invasion

observing the scene (1984)

Ski Patrol – Agent Orange

three million Vietnamese have suffered illness due to US army’s herbicidal warfare (1980)

Boris Vian – Le Déserteur

une chanson ‘possible’ (1956)

Gregory Whitehead – Nothing Like Us (feat. Laura Wiens)

based on Carl Sandburg’s 'Four Preludes on Playthings of the Wind' (2017)

Banda-Linda elders – War Chant: Ye Zame Andero

the elders of the small tribe living in Central African Republic remember what it’s like to be prepared for what seemed inevitable for centuries (1982)

William S. Burroughs – Mildred Pierce Reporting (Old Sarge)

about civilians (1974)

Mr. X – Battle Of Britain

a re-enactment (1980)

K Foundation Presents The Red Army Choir – K Cera Cera (War Is Over If You Want It)

released simultaneously in Israel and Palestine (1993)

William Onyeabor – Why Go To War

a good question (1979)

Vera Lynn – We'll Meet Again

addressing soldiers, their families and sweethearts (1939)