The sound artist, curator and composer, Arturas Bumšteinas, together with flutist, performer and improviser Kristupas Gikas present a radio show series entitled ‘Krakatau’. On the 26th of August, 1883 The Krakatau volcano erupted in the western archipelago of Indonesia, and the sound of this eruption was heard around a radius of 4,000 km. It is the most famous sound ever recorded, the spread of which covered one-thirteenth globe of the Earth. However, the ‘Krakatau’ radio show is not just about high decibels. It will focus on various sounds that fall under the category of noise, namely, anything that is perceived as noise, an interruption or an excess of sound.