Radio Moleculedna__

modern music online from Radio Molecule on Live365 Internet Radio modern music online from Radio Molecule on Live365 Internet Radio

This station is currently not available.

About the Station

New Music from the 20th & 21st centuries. Rotated selections.

About dna__

I like unusual, un-commercial music, anything that is defined as post-classical, modern, atonal, serial, concrete, minimalist, experimental, sound art and electro-acoustic. After having worked in a 'terrestrial' station many years ago researching and broadcasting new music, I found Live365 and realized that it would be ideal for me in terms of fulfilling my continuous desire to reconnect with radio and the world of the still very alive genre. I also live in a state that was receptive to new music and helped support it a few decades ago when the genre was becoming more prominent in the late 70’s and early 80’s and still continues to do so.

Starting my station project: Radio Molecule to provide interesting music to a new music listening-audience, proved that there are intrigued and attentive listeners, grateful for the service. The station offers a wide range of music, scheduled shows and national and international new music news.

It is very exciting to me to discover that new music is actually coming back, being such an uncommercial segment of the music world. There are plenty of festivals in this country as well as in Europe that support the creative endeavors of amazing composers that are producing intelligent, interesting, playful, cultured contemporary non-commercial symphonic works as well as others that might include non traditional instruments and voice.

Reflective of culture and creativity in an environment of acceptance of diversity, ingredients that have characterized this country’s historical and philosophical position, Internet Radio might symbolize one of our last free-thinking refuges. The ability to share music that is uncompromising is a gift.

Broadcaster Promotion

Broadcaster Comments


John Cage said: 'If something is boring after 2 minutes, try it for 4. If still boring, then 8. Then 16. Then 32. Eventually one discovers that it is not boring at all.'


NEW MUSIC FROM THE 20TH AND 21ST CENTURIES

Started in 2006 at Live385, Radio Molecule's mission has been to freshly encounter and re-discover the vast world of New Music with its roots in classical-modern, avant-garde, world and experimental music.

In offering rotaded shows and news, it supports the creative endeavors of amazing living composers that are producing intelligent, uncompromising, playful, culturally sensitive, contemporary symphonic works as well as others that include non traditional instruments, electronics, and voice.

Join us in the exploration of 20th century serial and atonal music, musique concrete, John Cage's chance music, minimalism, field recordings and sound art, Pauline Olivero's deep listening soundscapes from underground caves, just to name a few. Rotated playlists would feature selections of independent music, label collections, women's work, new american composers, New Music you won't find anywhere else.

Works by Sofia Gubaidulina, George Antheil, Elliott Carter, Olivier Messiaen, Henry Cowell, John Cage, Terry Riley, John Adams, Steve Reich, Morton Subotnick, Joan La Barbara, Lesli Dalaba, Shilley Hirsch, Tan Dun, Unsuk Chin, John Zorn, Olivia Block, Robert Ashley, John Kennedy, David Lang, Peter Garland and much more.


Feel free to check the Live365-'Scheduler' for 'The Empty Room', a Radio Molecule portion where interviews, events, specific musical focuses or composers will be featured. At the Scheduler Page,you will find details on days and times as well as a brief list of featured works.

New music suggests attentive listening.



Please, feel free to visit the www.radiomolecule.com site for national and international new music news, show details, links and more. You can also find the current playlists at this site.



Radio Molecule deeply appreciates your support. Thanks for listening.


~~~~~~

Submissions: You can email your mp3 files for review.

Comments