Ou•tré (uˈtreɪ) adj. Scrambling radio art/art of radio, social imaginary significations, collective fictional spaces, post-economic music, queer diasporas ... A relational outburst of ...
L'étranger can be regarded as a story which you can skip if you want. It can be seen as a story you will get more out of if you don't skip. It can be seen as a kind of symphony, or in another way as a kind of opera: or even a horse opera. It is hot music, a poem, a song, a comedy, a farce, and so forth. It is superficial, profound, entertaining, and boring, according to taste.
"It's not true I had nothing on, I had the radio on" - Marylin Monroe
"A great radio programme from Brussles with a combination of art, music and punk mentality. One of the intellectuals who hates intellectuals and thus: himself. Don't we love that?" - Felix Kubin, The Wire Magazine (Portal) 2010.
Please feel free to hammer out a missive to: L'étranger, Radio Panik, Rue St. Josse 49, Brussels 1210, Belgium