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Second Sundays: Streamcast December 2015

Clocktower Radio joins the monthly Pioneer Works open house festivities this December, with a full menu of online listening! Tune in to to hear:

#trashDAY: Ho! Hoe! Heaux! 3-5PM
Just in time for the holidays, k(Rob) and Doe Derek, offer "a celebration of Thot-ery, Gardening and all things French" with their last episode of 2015: Ho! Hoe! Heaux! Streaming all the way live from Clocktower Productions, #trashDAY promises its usual shit talking - along with reflections on food deserts, the diabetes, french fries, champagne rooms, and the possible correlation between the popularity of spandex* and general ho-ism. Cocktails will be provided, via thirst bucket, as a backdrop to the first annual Ratch-Sack-Give-A-Way. A Hefty kit loaded with all things internet famous - follow us @radio_rossi for your chance to win!

Tyler Wilcox DJ Set 5-6PM
Tyler Wilcox brings to the speakers his experience from the deep house underground and the larger fabric of cosmic American music with its roots in the African diaspora. His sets are inspired by dancing at New York parties such as the Loft and the transcendence he has experienced through music.

Paper Cuts Talk 6 PM
Clocktower radio host Christopher Kardambikis invites writers, performers, and artists who have shared their work in print, on paper, and in small editions. Listen to voices that would normally live in your hands and demand your eyeballs.

Radyo Shak Broadcast 6:30PM
Clocktower Radio takes a break from its typical Second Sunday program and broadcasts straight from the Ghetto Biennale of Haiti! Tune in for freeform radio from the bidonville, including Rara bands, DJs, interviews with locals, artists and writers, project updates, and Haitian revolutionary history. Radyo Shak is the voice of the Ghetto Biennale lakou 2015!

Pioneer Works

Pioneer Works is a program partner, and home to Clocktower Radio's recording studio, as part of a year-long institutional residency. Pioneer Works is an institution dedicated to the synthesis, creation and discussion of art, science and education. Located in the former Pioneer Ironworks in Red Hook, Brooklyn the center houses exhibitions, educational programming, art and science residencies as well as an imprint for a variety of publications. Our diverse programming is designed to support cultural innovators and engage our community in productive dialogues. Pioneer Works is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization. In order to nurture and support arts and culture, we need you! Make a charitable, tax-deductible donation through and help make Pioneer Works a social hub for the inception and dissemination of art and ideas. The main exhibition space and arts and science residencies are open to the public Wednesday through Friday from 11:00 – 6:00 pm and Saturday & Sunday from 12:00 – 6:00 pm. Tours are available upon request.