city:brussels

  • mixed By Snooba
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/mixed-by-snooba

    I sit in a corner watching her dance first with one man and then another.

    Fred P Black Key experiment Howie B Brass I Brass Com Truise Persuasion system Joris Biesmans please fix My linndrum Budakid Adieu X Fred P lush culture Mathias Schober Bigger Than Expected Echonomist At The End Of The Day Brett Johnson Illusion (B’s Acid #house Dub Mix) Dave Aju, thatmanmonkz, Foxxee, Seven Davis Jr. They Sleep We Love (Sev’s Bay Area Remix) Dana Ruh Moonday Juan Mc Lean Zone Non Linear December Beaches Rackmounted Labotomy

    Broadcasted & hosted by Snooba on radio Panik (Brussels-Be) radio Grenouille (Marseille) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (Dijon-Fr) LNFM (Louvain la neuve-Be)You FM (Mons-Be) Woot (Marseille) Campus FM (Toulouse-FR)

    #indie #deep #indie_dance #down_tempo #beats #letfield_house #intelligent_dance_music #dope #house,indie,deep,indie_dance,down_tempo,beats,letfield_house,intelligent_dance_music,dope
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/mixed-by-snooba_06702__1.mp3

  • 33.2 Mixed by Snooba
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/33-2-mixed-by-snooba-

    if we’re a prat that sat alone together here but love was our life so dear if she made me desire a sweet tumble we’d but twice deeply intuit but cat and mouse again

    Broadcasted & hosted by Snooba on radio Panik (Brussels-Be) radio Grenouille (Marseille) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (Dijon-Fr) LNFM (Louvain la neuve-Be)You FM (Mons-Be) Woot (Marseille) Campus FM (Toulouse-FR)

    Fade to pleasure 33

    Gilles Deleuze Foucault conference

    Daniel Avery Spring 27

    Deena Abdelwahed Rabbouni Enyang Ha Khidja Devil Dance Johnny Superglu Winter’s Dream Xinobi Undertone The Badgers Paris Minuit (Original Mix) Jad Taleb Lamb Fruit (Exploited Ghetto) Patrice Baumel Roar Adana Twins Remix UFO Sea Of Change Saliva Commandos Soulflu Jad Taleb Lamb Fruit (Exploited (...)

    #electro #bass #ambient #acid #deep #letfield #draft_punk #electro,bass,ambient,acid,deep,letfield,draft_punk
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/33-2-mixed-by-snooba-_06650__1.mp3

  • 32.2 mixed By Mastawan
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/32-2-mixed-by-mastawan-

    In a Strike Lightning in Dice I’m no Psych Just a Mice With a Slice Be the Treasure There’s no Rice But whole Pleasure

    Broadcasted & hosted by Snooba on radio Panik (Brussels-Be) radio Grenouille (Marseille) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (Dijon-Fr) LNFM (Louvain la neuve-Be)You FM (Mons-Be) Woot (Marseille) Campus FM (Toulouse-FR)

    Mixed By Mastawan

    https://soundcloud.com/mastawan

    Nikitch & Kuna Maze - ZBRA KMB - Lemonade Tek.Lun - Beaucoup (fat. Mick Jenkins) Pyramid Vritra - Cock BROCKHAMPTON - HEAT Danny Brown - Really Doe (feat. Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul & Earl Sweatshirt) Chunky - Studio Floors Olvo - Dragon Insect Slowthai & Mura Masa - Doorman The Chemical Brothers - We’ve Got To Try Péroké - Little Atlas TSVI - Realm Of Jabarut AMMAR (...)

    #hip_hop #house #indie #bass #rap #grime #batty_bass #future_beats #hip_hop,house,indie,bass,rap,grime,batty_bass,future_beats
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/32-2-mixed-by-mastawan-_06614__1.mp3

  • 31.2 mixed by Snooba
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/31-2-mixed-by-snooba-

    Art thou pale for weariness Of climbing heaven and gazing on the earth, Wandering companionless Among the stars that have a different birth, And ever changing, like a joyless eye That finds no object worth its constancy?

    Broadcasted & hosted by Snooba on radio Panik (Brussels-Be) radio Grenouille (Marseille) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (Dijon-Fr) LNFM (Louvain la neuve-Be)You FM (Mons-Be) Woot (Marseille) Campus FM (Toulouse-FR)

    Played

    Kenton Slash Demon Arp8

    Concret Tyu Black Blue Yellow Green WhoMadeWho Remix

    Palms trax Love in space

    VC-118A PCB

    Justin Cudmore are you ready

    Emiliano Martini C.J. Does Maximize Button

    Moon Boots Keramas

    Boot Slap You Are Good feat. Ora Solar Echonomist Remix

    Jayda G Missy Knows Whatas up

    Cohn 212

    Das Carma Die (...)

    #electro #acid #deep #trip_hop #electro,acid,deep,trip_hop
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/31-2-mixed-by-snooba-_06582__1.mp3

  • 30.2 Mixed by Snooba
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/30-2-mixed-by-snooba

    Now dreams rise over like the wind and shine so easily But time falls quickly, and worries fall away so slowly. So let the rage of your fears dance around and under your legs. For the world is falling asleep, calling for the colors of their dreams.

    Broadcasted on radio Panik (Brussels-Be)

    radio Grenouille (Marseille) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (Dijon-Fr) LNFM (LLN-Be) You FM (Mons-Be) Woot (Marseille) Campus FM (Toulouse-FR)

    #detroit #techno #electro #house #religion #acid #deep #spiritualité #deep_techno #minimal #detroit,techno,electro,house,religion,acid,deep,spiritualité,deep_techno,minimal
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/30-2-mixed-by-snooba_06533__1.mp3

  • Enregistrement - Knotwilg Festival 2019
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/schattenjacht/knotwilg-festival-2019

    “mixed on a crappy installation featuring not only all bands playing on the first Knotwilg Festival 2019 on April 13 in Brussels (Belgium), but also bits and pieces from offshoots or projects some of the members are/were part of. Bands playing on KW Fest 2019 are Vito Ricci, Weiland, Pumice, Coolies, Humbros, Mosquitoes and Christophe Clebard.” dj Klakke

    all info about the KNOTWILG Festival

    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/schattenjacht/knotwilg-festival-2019_06529__0.mp3

  • ça ne vaut pas toujours la peine de se lever trop tôt pour allé travailler
    sauf pour faire des légumes éventuellement ... ou pour glander sur seenthis.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXDvQPYE0Uc


    La Marmite à Longo Maï, en concert à la Fête de Radio Zinzine.
    « Chronocide » est extrait du nouvel album de la Marmite, "Travail-Famine-Patrouille" (www.aredje.net - distro de la zone mondiale).
    http://www.aredje.net/spip.php?page=rubrique&id_rubrique=15

    « Travail-Famine-Patrouille » sur #bandcamp

    https://lamarmite.bandcamp.com/track/la-roue-des-hamsters


    #punk #électropunk #aredge #Brussels

  • Fade to pleasure 29.2
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-29-2-

    Music matters the most.

    A smooth balance between the experimental and club oriented sides of an artist.

    Do It Yourself is our leitmotiv. Stencil hand-made artwork on the sleeve, every NoSR copy is unique

    Mixed By Scaarlet & hosted By Snooba on Panik (Brussels-Be) Grenouille (Marseille) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (Dijon-Fr) LNFM (LLN-Be)You FM (Mons-Be) Woot (Marseille) Campus FM (Toulouse-FR)

    Thanks to Nicolas Landrieux aka Nico Gomez

    1. A-Sim - Ghost of Skye (NoSR 010)

    2. Volatil - Cycles (NoSR 003)

    3. Scaarlet - Baltimore (Forthcoming NoSR)

    4. Scaarlet - Spotless Dream (NoSR 004)

    5. C/Fe - Approaching The Gaz Giant (NoSR 005)

    6. Scaarlet - Not Good (NoSR 009)

    7. Scaarlet - Communication Failure (NoSR 004)

    8. Roger 23 - Output (NoSR 006)

    9. Peev - (...)

    #indie #idm #electronic_music #deep #indépendant_label #abstract #No_suit_records #electro_acoustique #indie,idm,electronic_music,deep,indépendant_label,abstract,No_suit_records,electro_acoustique
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-29-2-_06517__1.mp3

  • Fade to Pleasure 28.2
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-28-2-

    Don’t waste words on a hollow breeze You have feet, have you not? Use them against the wind Walk or run as you please

    Broadcasted & hosted by #snooba on Panik (Brussels-Be) Grenouille (Marseille) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (Dijon-Fr) Boulder Radio (Belgique-Web) You FM (Mons-Be) Woot (Marseille) Campus FM (Toulouse-FR) LNFM (Louvain la Neuve-Be)

    Illustration : Masao Yamamoto

    #mix #indie #deep #down_tempo #trip_hop #mix,indie,snooba,deep,down_tempo,trip_hop
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-28-2-_06464__1.mp3

  • EU to end ship patrols in scaled down Operation Sophia

    The European Union will cease the maritime patrols that have rescued thousands of migrants making the perilous Mediterranean Sea crossing from North Africa to Europe, but it will extend air missions, two diplomats said on Tuesday (26 March).

    A new agreement on the EU’s Operation Sophia was hammered out after Italy, where anti-migrant sentiment is rising, said it would no longer receive those rescued at sea.

    Operation Sophia’s mandate was due to expire on Sunday but should now continue for another six months with the same aim of deterring people smugglers in the Mediterranean. But it will no longer deploy ships, instead relying on air patrols and closer coordination with Libya, the diplomats said.

    “It is awkward, but this was the only way forward given Italy’s position, because nobody wanted the Sophia mission completely shut down,” one EU diplomat said.

    A second diplomat confirmed a deal had been reached and said it must be endorsed by all EU governments on Wednesday.

    The tentative deal, however, could weaken Operation Sophia’s role in saving lives in the sea where nearly 2,300 people perished last year, according to United Nations figures.

    From the more than one million refugees and migrants who made it to the bloc during a 2015 crisis, sea arrivals dropped to 141,500 people in 2018, according to the United Nations.

    Still, Italy’s deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini, has said his country would no longer be the main point of disembarkation for people trying to cross the Mediterranean by boat and rescued by Sophia’s patrol ships.

    Rome called for other countries to open up their ports instead, but no other EU states came forward. Diplomats said countries including Spain, France and Germany signalled they were not willing to host more rescued people – most of whom are fleeing wars and poverty in Africa and the Middle East.

    However, EU governments did want the mission to continue because they felt it had been effective in dissuading smugglers.

    The compromise discussion in Brussels did not discuss military aspects of the role of air patrols. But the new arrangement will involve more training of the coast guard in Libya, where lawlessness has allowed smugglers to openly operate sending people to Europe by sea.

    But it would be in line with the EU’s policy of turning increasingly restrictive on Mediterranean immigration since the surge in 2015 and discouraging people from risking their lives in the sea in trying to cross to Europe where governments do not want them.

    The bloc has already curbed operations of EU aid groups in the part of the Mediterranean in question and moved its own ships further north where fewer rescues take place.

    https://www.euractiv.com/section/justice-home-affairs/news/eu-to-end-ship-patrols-in-scaled-down-operation-sophia
    #opération_sophia #méditerranée #asile #réfugiés #sauvetage #missions_aériennes #migrations #frontières #contrôles_frontaliers #mer_Méditerranée #sauvetages

    • Commissioner calls for more rescue capacity in the Mediterranean

      I take note of the decision taken by the EU’s Political and Security Committee with regards to Operation Sophia. I regret that this will lead to even fewer naval assets in the Mediterranean, which could assist the rescue of persons in distress at sea. Lives are continuing to be lost in the Mediterranean. This should remind states of the urgency to adopt a different approach, one that should ensure a sufficiently resourced and fully operational system for saving human lives at sea and to safeguard rescued migrants’ dignity.

      Whilst coastal states have the responsibility to ensure effective coordination of search and rescue operations, protecting lives in the Mediterranean requires concerted efforts of other states as well, to begin with the provision of naval assets specifically dedicated to search and rescue activities, deployed in those areas where they can make an effective contribution to saving human lives. Furthermore, I reiterate my call to all states to refrain from hindering and criminalising the work of NGOs who are trying to fill the ever-increasing gap in rescue capacity. States should rather support and co-operate with them, including by ensuring that they can use ports for their life-saving activities.

      Finally, the decision to continue only with aerial surveillance and training of the Libyan Coast Guard further increases the risks that EU member states, directly or indirectly, contribute to the return of migrants and asylum seekers to Libya, where it is well-documented, in particular recently by the United Nations, that they face serious human rights violations. So far, calls to ensure more transparency and accountability in this area, including by publishing human rights risk assessments and setting up independent monitoring mechanisms, have not been heeded. The onus is now on EU member states to show urgently that the support to the Libyan Coast Guard is not contributing to human rights violations, and to suspend this support if they cannot do so.

      https://www.coe.int/en/web/commissioner/-/commissioner-calls-for-more-rescue-capacity-in-the-mediterranean
      #droits_humains #gardes-côtes_libyens #Libye

    • EU to end ship patrols in scaled down migrant rescue operation: diplomats

      The European Union will cease the maritime patrols that have rescued thousands of migrants making the perilous Mediterranean Sea crossing from North Africa to Europe, but it will extend air missions, two diplomats said on Tuesday.
      A new agreement on the EU’s Operation Sophia was hammered out after Italy, where anti-migrant sentiment is rising, said it would no longer receive those rescued at sea.

      Operation Sophia’s mandate was due to expire on Sunday but should now continue for another six months with the same aim of detering people smugglers in the Mediterranean. But it will no longer deploy ships, instead relying on air patrols and closer coordination with Libya, the diplomats said.

      “It is awkward, but this was the only way forward given Italy’s position, because nobody wanted the Sophia mission completely shut down,” one EU diplomat said.

      A second diplomat confirmed a deal had been reached and said it must be endorsed by all EU governments on Wednesday.

      The tentative deal, however, could weaken Operation Sophia’s role in saving lives in the sea where nearly 2,300 people perished last year, according to United Nations figures.

      From the more than one million refugees and migrants who made it to the bloc during a 2015 crisis, sea arrivals dropped to 141,500 people in 2018, according to the United Nations.

      Still, Italy’s deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini, has said his country would no longer be the main point of disembarkation for people trying to cross the Mediterranean by boat and rescued by Sophia’s patrol ships.

      Rome called for other countries to open up their ports instead, but no other EU states came forward. Diplomats said countries including Spain, France and Germany signaled they were not willing to host more rescued people - most of whom are fleeing wars and poverty in Africa and the Middle East.

      However, EU governments did want the mission to continue because they felt it had been effective in dissuading smugglers.

      The compromise discussion in Brussels did not discuss military aspects of the role of air patrols. But the new arrangement will involve more training of the coast guard in Libya, where lawlessness has allowed smugglers to openly operate sending people to Europe by sea.

      But it would be in line with the EU’s policy of turning increasingly restrictive on Mediterranean immigration since the surge in 2015 and discouraging people from risking their lives in the sea in trying to cross to Europe where governments do not want them.

      The bloc has already curbed operations of EU aid groups in the part of the Mediterranean in question and moved its own ships further north where fewer rescues take place.

      https://www.reuters.com/article/us-europe-migrants-sophia/eu-weighs-up-awkward-migration-compromise-on-mediterranean-mission-idUSKCN1

    • En Méditerranée, l’UE retire ses navires militaires qui ont sauvé 45.000 migrants

      Les États membres de l’Union européenne ont décidé, mercredi 27 mars, de retirer leurs navires militaires engagés en Méditerranée dans le cadre de l’opération militaire dite « Sophia », au moins temporairement. Depuis 2015, ces bateaux ont pourtant permis de sauver 45 000 migrants environ.

      https://www.mediapart.fr/journal/international/280319/en-mediterranee-l-ue-retire-ses-navires-militaires-qui-ont-sauve-45000-mig

    • #EUNAVFOR_MED Operation Sophia : mandate extended until 30 September 2019

      The Council today extended the mandate of EUNAVFOR MED Operation Sophia until 30 September 2019.

      The Operation Commander has been instructed to suspend temporarily the deployment of the Operation’s naval assets for the duration of this extension for operational reasons. EU member states will continue to work in the appropriate fora on a solution on disembarkation as part of the follow-up to the June 2018 European Council conclusions.

      The Operation will continue to implement its mandate accordingly, strengthening surveillance by air assets as well as reinforcing support to the Libyan Coastguard and Navy in law enforcement tasks at sea through enhanced monitoring, including ashore, and continuation of training.

      The operation’s core mandate is to contribute to the EU’s work to disrupt the business model of migrant smugglers and human traffickers in the Southern Central Mediterranean. The operation has also supporting tasks. It trains the Libyan Coastguard and Navy and monitors the long-term efficiency of the training and it contributes to the implementation of the UN arms embargo on the high seas off the coast of Libya. In addition, the operation also conducts surveillance activities and gathers information on illegal trafficking of oil exports from Libya, in accordance with the UN Security Council resolutions. As such, the operation contributes to EU efforts for the return of stability and security in Libya and to maritime security in the Central Mediterranean region.

      EUNAVFOR MED Operation Sophia was launched on 22 June 2015. It is part of the EU’s comprehensive approach to migration. The Operation Commander is Rear Admiral Credendino, from Italy. The headquarters of the operation are located in Rome.

      Today’s decision was adopted by the Council by written procedure.

      https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2019/03/29/eunavfor-med-operation-sophia-mandate-extended-until-30-september-2

  • Palestinian youth killed by Israeli forces near Bethlehem
    March 21, 2019 11:15 A.M.
    http://www.maannews.com/Content.aspx?ID=782937

    BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — A 22-year-old Palestinian succumbed to wounds he had sustained after Israeli forces opened heavy fire towards a vehicle that he was riding in, near the al-Nashash checkpoint in the southern occupied West Bank district of Bethlehem, on late Wednesday.

    The Palestinian Ministry of Health confirmed that Ahmad Jamal Mahmoud Munasra, 22, a resident from Wadi Fukin village, in the Bethlehem district, was shot with Israeli live fire in the chest, shoulder, and hand.

    The ministry said that Munasra was transferred to the Beit Jala Governmental Hospital, where he succumbed to his wounds.

    The ministry mentioned that another Palestinian was shot and injured in the stomach.

    #Palestine_assassinée

    • Gideon Levy // Even for the Wild West Bank, This Is a Shocking Story

      A young Palestinian’s attempt to help a stranger shot by Israeli troops costs him his life
      Gideon Levy and Alex Levac Mar 28, 2019
      https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-even-for-the-wild-west-bank-this-is-a-shocking-story-1.7066087

      Jamal, Ahmad Manasra’s father. A mourning poster for Ahmad is in the background. Credit : Alex Levac

      It was appallingly cold, rainy and foggy on Monday of this week at the southern entrance to Bethlehem. A group of young people stood on the side of the road, gazing at something. Gloomy and toughened, they formed a circle around the concrete cube in which are sunken the spikes of a large billboard – an ad for Kia cars that stretches across the road. They were looking for signs of blood, as though they were volunteers in Zaka, the Israeli emergency response organization. They were looking for bloodstains of their friend, who was killed there five days earlier. Behind the concrete cube they found what they were looking for, a large bloodstain, now congealed. The stain held fast despite the heavy rain, as though refusing to be washed away, determined to remain there, a silent monument.

      This is where their friend tried, in his last moments, to find protection from the soldiers who were shooting at him, probably from the armored concrete tower that looms over the intersection a few dozen meters away. It was to here that he fled, already wounded, attempting to take cover behind the concrete cube. But it was too late. His fate was sealed by the soldiers. Six bullets slashed into his body and killed him. He collapsed and died next to the concrete cube by the side of the road.

      Even in a situation in which anything is possible, this is an unbelievable story. It’s 9 P.M. Wednesday March 20. A family is returning from an outing. Their car breaks down. The father of the family, Ala Raida, 38, from the village of Nahalin, who is legally employed paving roads in Israel, steps out of his Volkswagen Golf to see what has happened. His wife, Maisa, 34, and their two daughters, Sirin, 8, and Lin, 5, wait in the car. Suddenly the mother hears a single shot and sees her husband lean back onto the car. Emerging from the car, she discovers to her astonishment that he’s wounded in the stomach. She shouts hysterically for help, the girls in the car are crying and screaming.

      Another car, a Kia Sportage, arrives at the intersection. Its occupants are four young people from the nearby village of Wadi Fukin. They’re on the way home from the wedding of their friend Mahmoud Lahruv, held that evening in the Hall of Dreams in Bethlehem. At the sight of the woman next to the traffic light appealing for help, they stop the car and get out to see what they can do. Three of them quickly carry the wounded man to their car and rush him to the nearest hospital, Al-Yamamah, in the town of Al-Khader. The fourth young man, Ahmad Manasra, 23, stays behind to calm the woman and the frightened girls. Manasra tries to start the stalled car in order to move it away from the dangerous intersection, but the vehicle doesn’t respond. He then gets back out of the car. The soldiers start firing at him. He tries to get to the concrete cube but is struck by the bullets as he runs. Three rounds hit him in the back and chest, the others slam into his lower body. He dies on the spot.

      The army says that stones were thrown. All the eyewitnesses deny that outright. Nor is it clear what the target of the stones might have been. The armored concrete tower? And even if stones were thrown at cars heading for the settlement of Efrat, is that a reason to open fire with live ammunition on a driver whose car broke down, with his wife and young daughters on board? Or on a young man who tried to get the car moving and to calm the mother and her daughters? Shooting with no restraint? With no pity? With no law?

      We visit the skeleton of an unfinished apartment on the second floor of a house in Wadi Fukin. It’s an impoverished West Bank village just over the Green Line, whose residents fled in 1949 and were allowed to return in 1972, and which is now imprisoned between the giant ultra-Orthodox settlement of Betar Ilit and the town of Tzur Hadassah, which is just inside the Green Line. A wood stove tries to rebuff the bitter cold in the broad space between the unplastered walls and the untiled floor. A grim-looking group of men are sitting around the fire, trying to warm themselves. They are the mourners for Manasra; this was going to be his apartment one day, when he got married. That will never happen now.

      Only the memorial posters remain in the unbuilt space. A relative and fellow villager, Adel Atiyah, an ambassador in the Palestinian delegation to the European Union, calls from Brussels to offer his shocked condolences. One of the mourners, Fahmi Manasra, lives in Toronto and is here on a visit to his native land. The atmosphere is dark and pained.

      The bereaved father, Jamal, 50, is resting in his apartment on the ground floor. When he comes upstairs, it’s clear he’s a person deeply immersed in his grief though impressive in his restraint. He’s a tiler who works in Israel with a permit. He last saw his son as he drove along the main street in Bethlehem as his son was going to his friend’s wedding. Jamal was driving his wife, Wafa, home from another wedding. That was about two hours before Ahmad was killed. In the last two days of his life they worked together, Jamal and his son, in the family vineyard, clearing away cuttings and spraying. Now he wistfully remembers those precious moments. Ahmad asked to borrow his father’s car to drive to the wedding, but Jamal needed it to visit the doctor, and Ahmad joined the group in Wahib Manasra’s SUV.

      Wahib Manasra, who witnessed the gunfire. Credit: Alex Levac

      Quiet prevails in the shell of the unfinished apartment. Someone says that Manasra was already planning the layout of his future home – the living room would be here, the kitchen there. Maisa Raida, the wife of the wounded driver, is at her husband’s bedside at Hadassah Medical Center, Ein Karem, Jerusalem, where he’s recovering from his severe stomach wound. He was brought there from Al-Khader because of the seriousness of his condition. Major damage was done to internal organs in his abdomen and he needed complicated surgery, but he seems to be on the mend.

      Maisa told a local field investigator from a human rights group that at first she didn’t realize that her husband was wounded. Only after she stepped out of the car did she see that he was leaning on the vehicle because of the wound. She yelled for help, and after the young men stopped and took her husband to the hospital, she got back into the car with Manasra, whom she didn’t know. While they were in the car with her daughters, and he was trying get it started, she heard another burst of gunfire aimed at their car from the side, but which didn’t hit them.

      She had no idea that Manasra was shot and killed when he got out of the car, moments later. She stayed inside, trying to calm the girls. It wasn’t until she called her father and her brother-in-law and they arrived and took her to Al-Yamamah Hospital that she heard that someone had been killed. Appalled, she thought they meant her husband but was told that the dead person had been taken to Al-Hussein Hospital in Beit Jala.

      Eventually, she realized that the man who was killed was the same young man who tried to help her and her daughters; he was dead on arrival. Before Maisa and her daughters were taken from the scene, an officer and soldiers from the Israel Defense Forces came to the stalled car and tried to calm them.

      Manasra was dead by then, sprawled next to the concrete cube. He was a Real Madrid fan and liked cars. Until recently he worked in the settlement of Hadar Betar, inside Betar Ilit. His little brother, 8-year-old Abdel Rahman, wanders among the mourners in a daze.

      After Jamal Manasra returned home, his phone began ringing nonstop. He decided not to answer. He says he was afraid to answer, he had forebodings from God. He and his wife drove to the hospital in Beit Jala. He has no rational explanation for why they went to the hospital. From God. “I was the last to know,” he says in Hebrew. At the hospital, he was asked whether he was Ahmad’s father. Then he understood. He and his wife have two more sons and a daughter. Ahmad was their firstborn.

      We asked the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit a number of questions. Why did the soldiers shoot Ala Raida and Ahmad Manasra with live ammunition? Why did they go on shooting at Manasra even after he tried to flee? Did the soldiers fire from the armored watchtower? Do the security cameras show that stones were indeed thrown? Were the soldiers in mortal danger?

      This was the IDF’s response to all these questions: “On March 21, a debriefing was held headed by the commander of the Judea and Samaria Division, Brig. Gen. Eran Niv, and the commander of the Etzion territorial brigade, Col. David Shapira, in the area of the event that took place on Thursday [actually, it was a Wednesday] at the Efrat junction and at the entrance to Bethlehem. From the debriefing it emerges that an IDF fighter who was on guard at a military position near the intersection spotted a suspect who was throwing stones at vehicles in the area and carried out the procedure for arresting a suspect, which ended in shooting. As a result of the shooting, the suspect was killed and another Palestinian was wounded.

      T he West Bank settlement of Betar Ilit is seen from the rooftop of Wadi Fukin, a Palestinian village. Credit : \ Alex Levac

      “The possibility is being examined that there was friction between Palestinians, which included stone-throwing.

      “The inquiry into the event continues, parallel to the opening of an investigation by the Military Police.”

      After the group of young people found what they were looking for – bloodstains of their friend, Ahmad – they reconstructed for us the events of that horrific evening. It was important for them to talk to an Israeli journalist. They’re the three who came out alive from the drive home after the wedding. One of them, Ahmad Manasra – he has the same name as the young man who was killed – wouldn’t get out of the car when we were there. He’s still traumatized. Wahib Manasra, the driver of the SUV, showed us where the stalled VW had been, and where they stopped when they saw a woman shouting for help.

      Soldiers and security cameras viewed us even now, from the watchtower, which is no more than 30 meters from the site. Wahib says that if there was stone-throwing, or if they had noticed soldiers, they wouldn’t have stopped and gotten out of the car. Raida, the wounded man, kept mumbling, “My daughters, my daughters,” when they approached him. He leaned on them and they put him in their car. By the time they reached the gas station down the road, he had lost consciousness. Before that, he again mumbled, “My daughters.”

      Wahib and the other Ahmad, the one who was alive, returned quickly from the hospital, which is just a few minutes from the site. But they could no longer get close to the scene, as a great many cars were congregated there. They got out of the car and proceeded on foot. A Palestinian ambulance went by. Looking through the window, Wahib saw to his horror his friend, Ahmad Manasra, whom they had left on the road with the woman and her girls, lying inside. He saw at once that Ahmad was dead.

  • Fade to pleasure 26.2
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-26-2-

    1. « Adust » Bendik Giske 2. « Futurythmachines » Skinnerbox 3. « Fire (Invisible Conga People Remix) » Dollkraut 4. « Lite (Edit A) » D.Y.A 5. Interlude « The arrival » Tasos Stamou 6. « Things to do In New York City » Avatism 7. « Cavern » Patrice Baumel 8. « Break a Hip » Absolute. 9. « Zunk Synth » Audion 10. « Dial (Heiko Laux Remix) » Truncate 11. « Systemfehler » Mikrovolt 12. Outro « A dance » Tasos Stamou

    Broadcasted & hosted by Snooba on radio Panik (Brussels-Be) radio Grenouille (Marseille) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (Dijon-Fr) LNFM (Louvain la neuve-Be)You FM (Mons-Be) Woot (Marseille) Campus FM (Toulouse-FR)

    Kazo Art illustration

    #mix #techno #idm #slow #indie_dance #vicious_circle #flart #repeat #pinpon #mix,techno,idm,slow,indie_dance,vicious_circle,flart,repeat,pinpon
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-26-2-_06369__1.mp3

  • ’Macron’s arrogance is exceeded only by his stupidity’ - Telegraph readers on the week’s top stories By Telegraph Readers - 8 March 2019 - www.telegraph.co.uk/
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/03/08/macrons-arrogance-exceeded-stupidity-telegraph-readers-weeks

    In a week that saw the UK hit yet another Brexit deadlock, French President Emmanuel Macron added fuel to the fire by launching his own bitter attack on negotiation proceedings.

    Telegraph readers shared their thoughts on President Macron’s vision for the EU’s future which was published in newspapers across Europe Credit: CHRISTOPHE SIMON/AFP

    Attorney General Geoffrey Cox returned home from Brussels empty-handed this week when his attempts to secure backstop concessions proved fruitless. Is defeat now looming for Theresa May in Tuesday’s forthcoming meaningful vote ?

    The current Brexit deadlock is not, however, the only headache facing the British government. An increase in knife crime related . . . . . . . .
    La suite de l’article sur inscription ou payante

    #emmanuel_macron #arrogance #stupidité #ue #union_européenne

  • Fade To Pleasure #25.2
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-25-2-

    Fragments of melody and memory orchestrated into densely layered tapestries; a deeply emotional study on a life characterised by a shifting relationship to electronics.

    Broadcasted & hosted by #snooba on Panik (Brussels-Be) Grenouille (Marseille) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (Dijon-Fr) Boulder Radio (Belgique-Web)You FM (Mons-Be) Woot(Marseille) Campus FM (Toulouse-FR)

    #idm #deep #indie_dance #snooba,idm,deep,indie_dance
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-25-2-_06327__1.mp3

  • Poland defies green activists, EU with Baltic canal project | Reuters
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-poland-environment-vistulaspit-idUSKCN1QL1AN


    A general view of the harvested forest on Vistula Spit near Skowronki, Poland February 20, 2019.
    Agencja Gazeta/Michal Ryniak via REUTERS

    Poland is pressing ahead with plans to dig a waterway across a narrow strip of land that separates its main eastern coastline from the Baltic Sea despite concerns among activists and in the European Union that it could damage the environment.

    The #Vistula_Spit is a heavily wooded sandbank 55 km (34 miles) long but less than 2 km wide which encloses a coastal lagoon. Poland shares both the lagoon and the spit with the neighboring Russian enclave of Kaliningrad.

    Currently, the only access to the lagoon from the Baltic Sea is a channel at the Russian end of the spit. Poland’s ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS), deeply distrustful of Russia, says a canal is needed for both security and economic reasons.

    Critics say it is a costly vanity project that could become another environment-related flashpoint between Warsaw and Brussels after increased logging in Poland’s Bialowieza Forest led to a ruling by the EU’s top court that it was illegal.

    Defending the project, which is estimated to cost 900 million zlotys ($237 million), Poland’s minister for maritime affairs, Marek Grobarczyk, said: “The first and basic reason for the construction ... is a threat from the east.

    This is the border of the EU, NATO, and above all of Poland, and it cannot really be controlled now because ships can only enter the Vistula Lagoon with Russia’s approval,” he said, adding that work would start in the second half of 2019.

    Russia has deployed advanced nuclear-capable Iskander missiles in Kaliningrad, while Warsaw is lobbying hard to have more NATO troops on its soil, especially since Moscow’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014.

    However an EU official said on Friday Poland should refrain from building the canal before getting the green light from the European Commission.

    As with the Bialowieza Forest, parts of the Vistula Spit are protected under the EU Natura 2000 program.

  • Le long des peupliers
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/le-gant-de-toilette/le-long-des-peupliers

    Les extraits

    La Rénovation Du Quartier #nord, Autant Savoir, RTBF, 8/3/1979 Radio Chevauchoir, Strip-Tease, RTBF, 12/4/1989 Sainte-Barbe Des Mineurs À Tamines, Inédits, RTBF, 5/4/2001

    La playlist

    Nightfall In Camp - Cada Día Gomez - Blue Moon Rising The Cure - I’m Cold David Numwami - Le Fisc de L’Amour John Makin & Friends - No Lie (Live at The Planet, Brussels) Steve Beresford - Comfortable Gestures Furniteur - Redundant Buzz Hiromasa Suzuki - 3.000 B.C. Placebo - Phalene IV

    #pop #archives #GDT #bxl #pop,archives,GDT,nord,bxl
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/le-gant-de-toilette/le-long-des-peupliers_06299__1.mp3

  • Fade to pleasure 24.2
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-24-2

    I hold it true, whate’er befall; I feel it, when I sorrow most; Tis better to have loved and lost Than never to have loved at all.

    Moods Friday Feel good Dr Dundiff What I Want Feat. Shania Robinson Lil Jabba MiZO (WiTU Mix) Zed Bias Presents Yannah Valdevit Pick Flowers Cohn 212 T.U.R.F. Roots Run #deep (Exploited) Flamingo Pier Find Your Way Third Attempt Control Friday Interduxx Julien Dyne Copernicus Julien Dyne Teal Starlight Keep On Moving Pat Thomas Enye Woa Ziad Rahbani Mais el rim Hamdi Ryder Downtown Vibes Edit

    broadcasted on radio Panik (Brussels-Be) radio Grenouille (Marseille-Fr) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (Dijon-Franche comte-Fr) You fm (Mons-Be) Woot radio (Web) Campus Fm (Toulouse-FR) LNFM (Louvain la neuve-Be)

    #nature #religion #snooba #idm #down_tempo #deep_house #downtempo #letfield #clubbing_or_not_clubbing #letfield_house #nature,religion,snooba,idm,deep,down_tempo,deep_house,downtempo,letfield,clubbing_or_not_clubbing,letfield_house
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-24-2_06288__1.mp3

  • #Jon_Leidecker (Thurston Moore Ensemble, #Negativland, #Wobbly,...)
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/moacrealsloa/jon-leidecker-thurston-moore-ensemble-negativland-wobbly-

    Jon Leidecker aka Wobbly is a San Francisco–based musician/composer of experimental electronic music. Member of the multimedia collective Negativland. Jon has just joined the #Thurston_Moore Ensemble and recorded with them a new album in Brussels.

    Jon Leidecker has been engaged with the medium of electronic music since the mid-1980s, performing in collaboration with others and appearing solo under the unchosen pseudonym Wobbly with an emphasis on live performance and improvisation. His early works utilized sonic collage and musical appropriation, growing out of a series of appearances on Negativland’s live-mix radio program Over the Edge, which involved improvising with recorded sounds to produce music that inherently resists the act of being recorded. Recent work includes (...)

    #Thurston_Moore,Negativland,Jon_Leidecker,Wobbly
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/moacrealsloa/jon-leidecker-thurston-moore-ensemble-negativland-wobbly-_06262__1.mp3

  • Data Workers
    http://constantvzw.org/site/Data-Workers.html

    Data Workers is an #Exhibition of algoliterary works, of stories told from an ‘algorithmic storyteller point of view’. The exhibition is a creation by members of #Algolit, a group from Brussels involved in artistic research on algorithms and literature. Every month they gather to experiment with F/LOSS code and texts. Companies create artificial intelligences to serve, entertain, record and know about humans. The work of these machinic entities is usually hidden behind interfaces and patents. (...)

    Algolit

    / Exhibition

    « http://www.algolit.net »
    « http://blog.artsaucarre.be/artsnumeriques »
    « http://expositions.mundaneum.org/en/expositions/data-workers »
    « http://www.arts-numeriques.culture.be »
    « https://www.passaporta.be/en »
    « https://www.pgdp.net/c »

  • Fade to Pleasure 23.2
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-23-2-

    Think of the long trip home. Should we have stayed at home and thought of here? Where should we be today?

    Is it right to be watching strangers in a play in this strangest of theatres? What childishness is it that while there’s a breath of life in our bodies, we are determined to rush to see the sun the other way around?

    The tiniest green hummingbird in the world?

    To stare at some inexplicable old stonework, inexplicable and impenetrable, at any view, instantly seen and always, always delightful?

    Oh, must we dream our dreams and have them, too?

    And have we room for one more folded sunset, still quite warm?

    hosted on 10 no-profit FM radio stations, mainly in Belgium and France as Panik (Brussels-Be) Grenouille (Marseille) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (...)

    #snooba #eclectic #down_tempo #various #snooba,eclectic,down_tempo,various
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-23-2-_06247__1.mp3

  • Volte-face de la France sur le gazoduc #Nord_Stream qui s’aligne ainsi sur la politique états-unienne et risque de provoquer la fureur de l’Allemagne

    France and Germany Face Off Over Russian Pipeline – Foreign Policy
    https://foreignpolicy.com/2019/02/07/france-and-germany-face-off-over-russian-pipeline-nord-stream-putin-m

    Though Berlin badly wants it built, Paris is set to side with the EU on new rules intended to contain Moscow.

    The United States has spent years trying to derail a controversial Russian gas pipeline in Europe. France may have just found a way to kill it—and possibly strangle Paris’s newfound rapprochement with Berlin at the same time.

    This Friday in Brussels, the Council of the European Union will vote on a seemingly arcane directive meant to apply European Union market rules to energy projects that start in a third country—like the #Nord_Stream_2 #pipeline from Russia. In a surprising about-face, first reported in the German press, France has now decided to back the directive. That risks angering Germany—which really wanted to build the pipeline with Russia—and potentially dooming the $11 billion energy project, a priority for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    • La France se démarque de l’Allemagne sur le projet gazier Nord Stream 2
      https://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2019/02/08/la-france-se-demarque-de-l-allemagne-sur-le-projet-gazier-nord-stream-2_5420


      Gazoduc Nord Stream 2
      Infographie Le Monde

      Paris soutient une initiative européenne susceptible de gêner l’achèvement du gazoduc entre la Russie et l’Allemagne

      Pas de changement de cap, mais certainement un changement de ton. Jusqu’à présent très discret dans le dossier sensible du gazoduc Nord Stream 2, entre la Russie et l’Allemagne, Paris a pour la première fois adopté, jeudi 7 février, une position officielle laissant apparaître son scepticisme vis-à-vis de ce projet qui divise profondément l’Europe.
      Confirmant des informations du quotidien allemand Süddeutsche Zeitung, le Quai d’Orsay a indiqué que la France s’apprêtait à soutenir, à Bruxelles, l’adoption d’une directive qui fragiliserait la structure du projet, alors même que près de 600 km de tuyaux ont déjà été posés au fond de la Baltique, soit la moitié de la distance totale.

    • version Sputnik

      Macron attaque l’Allemagne sur le gazoduc Nord Stream 2 - Sputnik France
      https://fr.sputniknews.com/international/201902071039945277-Macron-Allemagne-gazoduc-NordStream2

      C’est confirmé. La France va faire faux-bond à l’Allemagne sur le Nord Stream 2. La rumeur courait que Paris soutiendrait une directive européenne mettant en péril le gazoduc que Berlin soutient. Interview de Philippe Sébille-Lopez, analyste indépendant sur les questions énergétiques et de politiques étrangères au cabinet Géopolia.

      « Nous ne voulons pas renforcer notre dépendance vis-à-vis de la Russie, nous ne voulons pas nuire aux intérêts des pays de l’UE comme la Pologne et la Slovaquie. »

      Telles seraient les explications données par une source du Süddeutsche Zeitung, au sein des « cercles gouvernementaux » français, pour justifier un retournement de position de la France vis-à-vis du Nord Stream 2.

    • À l’instant, il y a 10 minutes, dépêche Reuters, accord de dernière minute (pas d’autre précision).

      L’UE approuve de nouvelles règles sur Nord Stream 2 | Reuters
      https://fr.reuters.com/article/topNews/idFRKCN1PX1IY-OFRTP

      Un projet franco-allemand de révision de la directive européenne sur le gaz, qui vise notamment à réglementer le gazoduc Nord Stream 2, a remporté le soutien des pays de l’Union européenne, a-t-on appris de sources diplomatiques.

      Cette décision devrait compliquer, sans pour autant remettre en cause, la construction de ce gazoduc conçu pour relier la Russie à l’Allemagne à travers la mer Baltique.

      Une proposition franco-allemande de dernière minute pour amender la formulation de la nouvelle réglementation a été approuvée par la plupart des autres membres de l’EU.

      La France et l’Allemagne ont toutes deux des entreprises engagées dans le projet.

      La chancelière allemande Angela Merkel a confirmé qu’un accord avait été conclu et en France, une source à l’Elysée à affirmé qu’il s’agissait d’un bon accord qui assurait la souveraineté de l’Europe en matière d’approvisionnement en énergie.

    • Faire monter la pression pour une éventuelle contre-partie ?

      Opposition éphémère de Paris au Nord Stream 2 : une simple fronde contre Berlin ? - Sputnik France
      https://fr.sputniknews.com/international/201902081039958142-allemagne-france-nord-stream

      La France est en réalité intéressée par le Nord Stream 2, c’est juste un esprit de fronde qui a poussé Paris à préconiser la modification des règles énergétiques en Europe restreignant le gazoduc, estime un expert russe.
      La France et l’Allemagne sont parvenues vendredi à un accord sur la régulation du projet du gazoduc Nord Stream 2, Paris s’alignant finalement sur la position de Berlin. L’expert russe en matière énergétique Stanislav Mitrakhovitch a donné sa vision de ce conflit à la chaîne de télévision RT.

      « Il faut comprendre que la France n’a pas planifié de s’opposer de façon fondamentale au Nord Stream 2, il s’agissait de faire preuve d’un certain esprit de fronde de Paris vis-à-vis de Berlin, lié à des processus internes dans l’UE. En principe, si l’on prend ce projet séparément, la France y est intéressée car des entreprises françaises y prennent part et l’essentiel est que la société Engie y travaille. Je pense que toute cette histoire, soulevée hier par la presse, est très probablement liée aux divergences franco-allemandes sur le thème de l’UE », a-t-il indiqué.
      Les questions de ce genre doivent, selon lui, être débattues au sein du Conseil de l’UE et être adoptées à l’unanimité ou à la majorité des voix.

      « Si l’Allemagne était contre et que certains pays, comme l’Autriche, la Hongrie ou d’autres, le soutenaient, les protestations françaises se seraient noyées… », a ajouté l’expert.

      La France et l’Allemagne sont parvenues à un compromis sur le gazoduc Nord Stream 2 qui permettra à Berlin de rester le principal négociateur avec Moscou sur ce projet, selon un projet de document cité vendredi par l’AFP. Plus tard, la chancelière allemande Angela Merkel a confirmé qu’un accord avait été conclu sur Nord Stream 2.

    • TVB, pas même un papier de cigarette entre la France et l’Allemagne dit Mme Merkel,…
      Néanmoins, ça reste dans un grand flou.

      Nord Stream 2. Accord européen sur le compromis franco-allemand pour le transport du gaz
      https://www.ouest-france.fr/europe/ue/nord-stream-2-accord-europeen-sur-le-compromis-franco-allemand-pour-le-

      Selon plusieurs sources diplomatiques, le mandat donné à la présidence roumaine reflète un texte de compromis déposé par la France et l’Allemagne.

      « Il y a effectivement eu un accord qui n’a été possible que grâce à l’étroite coopération entre la France et l’Allemagne, sous la présidence roumaine de l’UE. Je vois très souvent le président français, il y a une étroite coopération, sur tous les sujets européens », a réagi la chancelière allemande Angela Merkel lors d’une conférence de presse à Berlin.

    • Nord Stream 2 : Paris se félicite que l’Allemagne ait « beaucoup évolué » | Connaissance des Énergies
      https://www.connaissancedesenergies.org/afp/nord-stream-2-paris-se-felicite-que-lallemagne-ait-beaucoup

      (AFP)
      La France s’est félicitée vendredi que l’Allemagne ait « beaucoup évolué » sur le projet de gazoduc Nord Stream 2 (NS2), en acceptant de voter une directive qui va le « soumettre à un contrôle européen », a indiqué l’Elysée.

      Un compromis a été trouvé entre la France et l’Allemagne sur la directive gaz, qui donne à l’Union euroépenne (UE) le pouvoir de contrôle des grands projets d’infrastructures gazières.

      L’Allemagne a accepté le texte, la France acceptant en échange que ce soit le régulateur allemand qui soit chargé de son application à NS2, « mais sans (en) atténuer le contrôle », souligne Paris. La France espère maintenant une adoption rapide de la directive.

      « L’Allemagne comptait bloquer cette directive, mais elle a beaucoup évolué car elle a compris qu’elle n’avait pas une minorité de blocage et que la directive aurait été adoptée sans elle », a commenté la présidence française.

      « La directive pourrait amener non pas à supprimer ce projet mais à le contrôler strictement et à le reconfigurer », selon Paris, qui craint l’accroissement de la dépendance de l’UE au gaz russe.

      « Si elle est adoptée, la Commission imposera sans doute un certain nombre de garanties pour que le projet se fasse, dont des garanties de transit d’une partie du gaz par l’Ukraine et la Slovaquie. Cela va sans doute le décaler un peu », estime la présidence française.

      La directive impose en effet que Nord Stream 2 respecte le critère qui oblige à dissocier fournisseur et producteur, ce que le projet actuel avec Gazprom ne respecte pas.

      « Il y a deux solutions : soit il faut reconfigurer le projet de manière très importante, avec un très fort impact sur le délai, soit le régulateur allemand présente une demande de dérogation en démontrant que le projet renforce les règles de concurrence et la sécurité énergétique. La solution serait que du gaz continue de transiter en partie par l’Ukraine », dont les revenus liés au transit du gaz représentent jusqu’à 2% du PIB.

      A trois mois des élections européennes, « C’est aussi un message sur l’indépendance énergétique de l’UE » et sur la capacité de l’Europe à se protéger, relève l’Elysée.

      « On ne peut pas dire qu’on est pour la protection européenne des influences extérieures et en même temps ne pas prendre en compte la préoccupation de pays comme la Pologne et la Slovaquie. Sinon ils auraient été fondés à nous dire, vous les Français et les Allemands, la souveraineté européenne, c’est quand ça vous arrange. On ne veut pas entretenir de tels discours », a commenté Paris.

      #troisième_paquet_énergie

  • soundtrack du 04/02
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/soundtrack-de-minuit/soundtrack-du-04-02

    Guest playlist by Moonshine Maverick

    AMM - What Is There In Uselessness To Cause You Distress? İlhan Mimaroğlu - Le Tombeau d’Edgar Poe Oren Ambarchi - Girl With The Silver Eyes Christopher Gunning - Karaoke Suite (In Love with Sandra/Obsession/End Titles) Joseph Jarman - Non-Cognitive Aspects Of The City Annea Lockwood - Immersion Luc Ferrari - Untitled 1 & 2 (Cycle Des Souvenirs 1995-2000) Jim O’Rourke - He Who Laughs Eiko Ishibashi & Darin Gray - Ichida Part 1 (excerpt) Beth Orton - Rectify #2

    Moonshine Maverick is a Finnish artist and musician currently residing in London. He was a longtime contributor and programmer for RTBF’s (now defunct) Musiq3 -show ‘Autour de Babel’, co-organised a tribute to filmmaker Harry Smith at Brussels’ Cinema Nova back in 2007 and (...)

    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/soundtrack-de-minuit/soundtrack-du-04-02_06138__1.mp3

  • Fade to pleasure 20.2
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-20-2-

    Neon hues and there’s the beat; grab a hand and run recklessly. Bands of purple light ricochet across the walls; dance through the end of the endless song and don’t feel small. Feelings high but they shouldn’t guide us;

    Salty Doppelganger Lee Bannon 3m12 Salty ADSL Perfume Advert Mirror Shield Complete Walkthru Blatant Doug Elka Couch Trax Lady Blacktronika VHS (U Belong) Mennie Haus (Exploited Ghetto) Mennie Reels Rebel (Exploited Ghetto) Jargen Peng Petrichor Linearis Half Life Flug Diffraction Angle Linearis Acidmosphere

    Broadcasted & hosted by #snooba on Panik (Brussels-Be) Grenouille (Marseille) Canal B (Rennes-Fr) C’rock (Vienne-Fr) Diversité FM (Dijon-Fr) Boulder Radio (Belgique-Web) You FM (Mons-Be) Woot (Marseille) Campus FM (Toulouse-FR) (...)

    #mix #deep #indie_dance #down_tempo #speculoos #mix,snooba,deep,indie_dance,down_tempo,speculoos
    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/ftp/fade-to-pleasure-20-2-_06132__1.mp3

  • Maria Chavez & Jordi Wheeler
    http://www.radiopanik.org/emissions/moacrealsloa/maria-chavez

    Live from the Fly Studio in Brussels with a solo gig of Jordi Wheeler, Maria Chavez and as a duo gig.

    Multi- instrumentalist, Jordi Wheeler and Abstract Turntablist, Maria Chavez have been collaborating as a performative duo since 2015. Jordi’s multi-faceted talents as a musician combines with Maria’s current abstract turntablism practice creating a sonic result that is based on active listening with improvisation.

    Their duo work has been presented by Documenta14 in Kassel, Germany as part of Every Time An Ear Di Soun, Cruces Espacio de Arte in Madrid, Spain and as part of the Abasement Series at Max Fish, NYC.

    MARIA CHAVEZ

    Born in Lima, Peru, Maria Chávez is known as an abstract turntablist, sound artist and DJ. Accidents, coincidence and failures are themes that unite her (...)

    http://www.radiopanik.org/media/sounds/moacrealsloa/maria-chavez_06104__1.mp3