= Experimental =
Radio show: Audiogramma
Radio station: NABA, fm 93.1 mHz, Riga, Latvia
On air every second Monday at 10 p.m. (+2:00)
Workgroup: Katrīna Teivāne-Korpa, Ģirts Korps
Live stream: here
Audiogramma is a radio broadcast that introduces audience to different expressions of experimental music. Every program is dedicated to a particular theme: a label, a style, a band, actual news or a historical movement. Also interviews with foreign and Latvian artists are presented regularly. Frequently the broadcast is prepared in co-operation with musicians or labels who kindly support Audiogramma with information and musical material.
Audiogramma developed from a broadcast titled Štrumvilnis (Sturmwelle). The show was dedicated to different styles of industrial music. It was created in the very beginning of 2000 by Reno Krauklis aka Knābis (Knauzers, Monkmort, Traur Zot etc.) and Ingus Ots (DJ Strobinieks) for students' radio station KNZ.
KNZ existed one year. In late 2002 it was relaunched as Radio NABA. This non-commercial radio station came into existence with support of the University of Latvia and The Latvian National Radio. Radio Naba became 5th channel of Latvian State Radio.
In early 2003 Lauris Vorslavs (Claustrum) and Katrīna Teivāne-Korpa (Semema) joined Radio Naba collective. They decided to continue the show on industrial music with the same title Šturmvilnis. Both of them (especially Lauris Vorslavs) had already participated in some of KNZ broadcasts.
The team and the theme of the broadcast has changed through years. In 2004 Lauris Vorslavs left the show; since then it is curated by Ģirts Korps and Katrīna Teivāne-Korpa. In 2006 the broadcast got a new name Audiogramma, and last years it is mostly focused on experimental music.