To listen click here Narcs recede into the guts of the broadcast perverse worms desperate ghouls pigs on the mound these tapes stink where did you get them vampire radio werewolf radio Frankenstein radio Orson had a hot time with the simulacrum from S-87H3I maximum unge burnt his whiskers off I can hardly recognise him … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – Rat Brain everything is ok
To listen click here It is always a great pleasure, and in a way a satisfactory and reassuring experience as well, to play the new Lord Litter Show for the first time; that jingle right at the beginning has been with us for ages now. Routine, yes, but the same routine as passing by at … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – In Berlin again
All they do is sing about Cemeteries. A cemetery all shook up in the fiery bucket. I cannot continue. Are you faulty. Geoff held up a shoe and projected low warbles onto the ceiling. That’s what this is all about it’s not about dating or courting or romance it’s about the intangibility of the alphabet … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – Rubber wart or death sting
The audio reports 'letter from Berlin' are directly recorded on tape with a handheld walkman. In this episode: a bicycle ride from Berlin Tempelhof to Festsaal Kreuzberg, impressions and excerpts from John Cooper Clarke's live performance.
haiku talk, haiku readings, poetry and magic, poetry talk, "a gift that sharpened into a skill," indolence talk, professional poet, Charles Baudelaire, Pam Ayres talk, BBC televsion talk, "We'd never run out of conversation, Pam and I" adverts talk, massive flat fee and being treated like a king, how to become a star in a … Continue reading Adrian Shephard meets John Cooper Clarke in Berlin
"Are you just going round and round. There are better ways to travel. The captain struggled with his boots they were never happy. Ironic. As a boy they called him ‘lucky feet’. She was singing in town. Had a nice set of irregular talons. Nearly tore my face off. I had to stop the flow … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – Pure Country Magic
This is fun. Lord Litter applies the early ideology of the internet and creates a hypertext. The playlist below is a disguise for a magazine, such one as only the internet can produce, with sounds, images and words. Hypertext? Umberto Eco! "So how do I make sense of the mess? I try to learn some … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Semiotics