WHAT IS THE MIND’S EAR?
The Mind’s Ear is a weekly experimental radio program produced in Chicago by Ernestus Jiminy Chald. Free-form in the truest sense, and wildly transilient in form and theme from one program to the next (and often from one moment to the next), The Mind’s Ear is an auricular observatory of the unforeheard.
WHEN/WHERE CAN I HEAR THE MIND’S EAR?
New programs premiere every Saturday night at 9 p.m. (PST) with an encore presentation every Sunday night at 7 p.m. (PST) on Free Radio Santa Cruz (101.3 FM).
For those outside the station’s range, you can live-stream each broadcast from anywhere in the world on Radio.net
For those unable to tune in live, you can listen to old broadcasts in The Mind’s Ear Archive.
You can also listen to previous broadcasts on Radio4All.net.
If you are in Chicago, you can tune in to rebroadcasts of The Mind’s Ear sporadically on WPOX FM.
You can also catch periodic rebroadcasts of The Mind’s Ear on KDX Radio.
If you wish to purchase a copy of your favorite program on CD, visit the Peisithanatos Records store.
WHO CREATES THE MIND’S EAR?
Ernestus Jiminy Chald is an experimental radio artist, writer, composer, enigmatographer, thanatologist, sound designer, and radiophile. His radio work has been broadcast on WPOX, WFMU, and Radiophrenia among others, and featured at the National Audio Theatre Festival. His literary work has been published by the Journal of Experimental Fiction, Oilcan Press, and Smart Rhino Publications, among others. He lives in Chicago.
CAN I BE ON THE MIND’S EAR?
Although Ernestus Jiminy Chald writes and produces most episodes of The Mind’s Ear all by his lonesome, he makes it a mission to share the FM airwaves from time to time with other radio artists and sonic spelunkers whose work he admires. If you would like to have your work featured on an episode of “The Mind’s Ear Presents”, send us a message via our “Contact” page with some information about yourself and links to samples of your work. As The Mind’s Ear is an anti-genre/anti-format/anti-everything program, there are no guidelines or restrictions as to what sorts of material Chald will consider (aside from the self-evident requirement that submitted material must contain audible sound of some sort).