Tam a Tam invited at Longueur D’Ondes Festival, Brest

Longueur d’Ondes: radio and listening’s Festival in Brest from February 4th to 7th 2016

Broadcasting from the city of Ponant for the 13th edition, the festival radio and listening in partnership with Radio France is a key event for the profession and for amateur radio andLogo Festival LO 2016 sound creation.

A rich and varied program, a competition and a selection out of competition for you to discover explosive radio chips, hilarious or serious to be enjoyed without moderation.

Intervention in « The other radio » of the festival

Giving voice, the time of a meeting of about an hour, to enthusiasts who build their own radio, which create radio formats off the beaten track, sometimes with little means but still a lot of passion.
We are invited to attend a meeting about sound travel blogs. The sound travel blogs are a new kind of travel books which flourished in recent years on the web, thanks to the accessibility of digital recorders and the urge to recount adventures through sound. To talk about it, we receive Melanie Gourdon and Tristan Cailler with their Tam a Tam Sound Trips for a meeting about their approach to how they travel and how they use the radio tool in this context. At the corner of spontaneous encounters, field recordings and stories recounting their journey, they create and produce completely traditional way (yet challenging) various audio clips, sound postcards and other mini-documentaries.
Saturday February the 6th, 9.30 am at the artists’s café, Quartz

Selection out of competition « The Radiophonic Pot of Longueur D’Ondes.

The radio Marmite is a broth of curiosities that is good to eat seated in a beach chair or lying on the cushions of the darkroom.


« Tam A Tam Sound Trip in Myanmar »  selected out of compétition.

Birmanie Thabarwa AumoneThe idea of these trips is to listen to  reality to better feel the moment and share with the people we meet. Sometimes without a common language, we have the sounds perceived by our ears to share with each other.

We traveled on Burma roads in 2015,  recorded over the actual meetings. We cut, assembled, superimposed sound capsules to try to restore your sensitive sound environment of the moment. Goldbeaters, jungle or song of Burmese children, come with us to a sound journey.

Longueur D ondes 2016

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