Welcome to Bus Radio, an initiative of Bus Projects. We’ll be broadcasting throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, presenting an eclectic mix of talk, music, performance, and co-learning with friends near and far. Return to this page for information about our weekly programs!

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Bus Radio by Bus Radio

Welcome to Bus Radio, an initiative of Bus Projects. We'll be broadcasting throughout the COVID-19 lockdown. Listen live via the web player below or at Mixlr!



Bus Projects is on Mixlr

Bus Radio by Bus Radio

Welcome to Bus Radio, an initiative of Bus Projects. We'll be broadcasting throughout the COVID-19 lockdown. Listen live via the web player below or at Mixlr!



Bus Projects is on Mixlr

Bus Radio by Bus Radio

Welcome to Bus Radio, an initiative of Bus Projects. We'll be broadcasting throughout the COVID-19 lockdown. Listen live via the web player below or at Mixlr!



Bus Projects is on Mixlr

Bus Radio by Bus Radio

Welcome to Bus Radio, an initiative of Bus Projects. We'll be broadcasting throughout the COVID-19 lockdown. Listen live via the web player below or at Mixlr!



Bus Projects is on Mixlr

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35 Johnston st,
Collingwood
VIC 3066 AUST.

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10AM–4PM SAT

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Bus Projects acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate: the Wurundjeri people and Elders past and present of the Kulin nations.

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Archive

Engages,

Byron Dean Three Retracings, POLYCENTRE

‘Three Retracings’ is a sound publication that explores a process of returning, retracing and re-listening in urban space. Recorded periodically across three and a half years in Narrm Melbourne, Kaifeng and Suzhou; nine compositions form a set of sonic relations between neighbourhoods undergoing urban transformation in Australia and China. Placing three accumulative listenings in conversation across these contexts, the publication interrogates the contentious role of the field recordist as an itinerant documenter, archive-maker, visitor and tourist.


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