24 hours a day, Phaune Radio invites you to explore animality and its worlds of sounds, to travel ever closer to wild and imaginary biotopes: Oblique music, horizontal sounds, sequined and feathered mixes, science & soundjacking, original foundtracks, tiny tunes, augmented radio, emerging species & voices, eartoys, time stretching…
Here is a cabinet of sound curiosities, ever moving, to discover the vitality of international radio creation, to dive into and indulge in natural and supernatural sounds. Make way for nature’s cheeky creativity, magnified by the phauna hook that turns every hour, every minute, every second into a given instinct, received and shared – in a burst of laugh, from deep within our guts.
Phaune Radio also rides the waves of curious radio stations, stretches itself out for sound installations whether indoors or outdoors, meshes for DIY workshops, and curls up in festivals for moments of shared listening.
As a natural extension of the 7 “Nuits de la Phaune“, Phaune Radio is headed by Freq-Out: Floriane Pochon, Stéphane Jourdan, Clément Baudet, Laurie Guétat & Tony Regnauld. Phaune Radio also feeds on precious sounds & skills from its worldwide mates, especially: Félix Blume, Connor Walsh, Alain Damasio, Cédric Anglaret, Nicolas Perret and many others…
In 2015, the Polyphaunes series received the Scam’s Radio Discovery Prize. The SGDL chose to award Alain Damasio with the Grand Prix de la Fiction Radio for Fragments Hackés d’un Futur qui résiste, made by Tarabust with Phaune Radio. Our hairy critter is also one of the 9 finalists for Prix Italia Golden Award, for New Radio Formats, chosen amongst 62 projects from 21 countries worldwide.
Phaune Radio opens up and releases bubbling sounds: windows open on soundscapes from the wider world, bold, tousled or horizontal music, meetings with animals, documentaries and creative works (May contain ponies).
Phaune Radio, it’s Night & Day : An all-out awakening for the Early Birds, a tousled rules-bending daytime for the Smart Phaune addicts, and for the Night Owls, dark hours fly horizontally. (French timezone)➤ Playout History
This month, Phaune Radio crashes Lyon and throws Olivier Minot a lifeline.
Each wednesday, he rules MegaCombi, the radiozine of the unruly Radio Canut in Lyon. Also reporter for France Culture’s show Les Pieds sur Terre and docu-maker for Arte Radio, Olivier Minot is a sensitive listener and a radioactive producer.
A crazy radio lover who spends his time listening to life and recording it. For him, radio is an everyday fact, a self-evidence: a way to tell stories, struggle and capture what’s collective in what passes through us.
A tool that remains deeply free to create spaces for thinking, inventing and having fun
Interview & edit: Clément Baudet
Phaune Radio enjoys encountering people, to invent new connections in outlandish situations.
Phaune Radio also rides the waves of curious radio stations, stretches itself out for sound installations whether indoors or outdoors, and curls up in festivals for moments of shared listening.