Brandon Labelle is a sound artist and author living in Berlin. In his books and talks he explores the philosophy and power structures of sound and dives deep into acoustic societies, territories and dynamics. In this broadcast of Grazer Soundscapes he joins a conversation with Lale Rodgarkia-Dara and Valerie Quade, two sound artists of the Grazer Soundscape-project. The talk took place in Berlin. Together they listened to important soundscapes of their lives; soundscapes as broad as a recording of a demonstration in Vienna, the inside of a car during a storm in Iceland or fragments of an artist’s sleep-talk. Why are those soundscapes special or important? Which part did those sounds play in the life of the three? A talk about feelings, memories, desires and fear connected to sound.