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Broadcast one featured an introductory chat with festival founder Mat Schulz and executive director Gosia Plysa, whilst Lukasz Warna from the central Unsound team played music by some of his favourite Polish artists. Lorenzo Senni played his exhilerating master's degree project, Piotr Kurek also chose to showcase music from emerging Polish artists and labels, and we ended with a discussion between the synth pioneer Suzanne Ciani, super-knowledgable DJ Andy Votel, and Sean Canty (Demdike Stare.)

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Broadcast two started off with a blistering, analogue-hardware live set from noise/techno maestro, Container. Stine Janvin Motland then utilised her breath, vocal chords, present location, and mic feedback as instruments throughout her improvisational performance. Journalist & DJ Philip Sherburne rounded out the show with an eclectic and wonderful slew of new music on his radar.

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Broadcast three kicked off with local Krakow DJ & promoter Olivia playing records across the electronic spectrum. Next up, Luke Turner from The Quietus played a variety of tracks (old & new) from Unsound artists peppered by some grade-A chat throughout. Objekt and Call Super (who perform together as EiT) went back to back playing and discussing some of their favourite records.

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Broadcast four began with many bangs as no-wave/experimental duo NMO performed live whilst setting off fireworks around our radio studio. Kassem Mosse played some of his less club-orientated records and chatted about the festival, dreams, and much more. The legendary musician and producer Craig Leon graced our airwaves for the final portion of the show in conversation with RVNG label boss, Matt Werth.

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