Dai Coelacanth – Linda Harris and the Paranoid Lungs

Local kids burnt down the school. Got the jitters. Sought a necromantic solution. Nancy promised them a hundred years of rain. Too late. She was busy unspooling the tapes. Doing a job on the memory bank. Fans of the program found their conversations deteriorating. The space between words was becoming damp and humid. The main … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – Linda Harris and the Paranoid Lungs

The Tape Review Show – Cosmovision Registros Andinos, Do You Dream of Noise, Akashic Records,

Climate, calendars and reborn plants - a children's story and scary cats - May sales in the UK - toothless empire, second-hand country - Martin Scorsese and alley cats - count one hundred Dalmatians to put the kid asleep - a rat is killed by a tramp - sci-fi prophecy predicting worker rats the size … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Cosmovision Registros Andinos, Do You Dream of Noise, Akashic Records,

The Tape Review Show – Alan Dunn, Triomphe Musique, Lonktaar, Grabaciones de Tripa

A plate of French cheese - the life of Casanova - The Disaster Artist - eternal life again - radio waves bounce of the Moon - the origins of tinnitus explained - Moonlight Sinatra - First tape played Alan Dunn - Tape Britain, released by Alan Dunn The great train robbery - throwing tapes out … Continue reading The Tape Review Show – Alan Dunn, Triomphe Musique, Lonktaar, Grabaciones de Tripa

Cassette Review: J.G. Sparkes – The Infinity Suite I-XII

Christmas time in my native town, streets are dark and wet. Shopkeepers took over long ago. Real estate developers helped them. Only pedestrians walk their streets. I feel odd on my bicycle. Shops sell things that I don't need. Some shops died and never got replaced. No doomsday feelings are admitted. Megaphones appeared in trees … Continue reading Cassette Review: J.G. Sparkes – The Infinity Suite I-XII

Tape Review Show – The Start Here collection by Andy Birtwistle

Introduction talks about short wave interferences, conceptual radio, haunting songs, crappy record players in book stores, strategies to avoid paying copyright to the copyright agencies. Declaring independency. Donate and throw your bitcoins at us and handless beggars in the street. Explanation of Andy Birtwistle's work on the cassette tape. Read it here. Shephard and Van … Continue reading Tape Review Show – The Start Here collection by Andy Birtwistle

Cassette Review: Chemiefaserwerk – Zerbrechliche Commons

In Wagner's operas there was always a moment that all the horns united in a long sustained sound. It was a golden sound to mark a golden moment. The title could have been Alpenglühen (Glowing Alps) or Erwachen (Awakening). In this golden moment a golden boy, the hero, would finally keep his mouth shut and … Continue reading Cassette Review: Chemiefaserwerk – Zerbrechliche Commons

Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Don Campau special, part1

Don's own words about the beginning of his career:"at the time I lived near this old road in San Jose where the train ran parallel. The train sounded a lot like the autochord sound on Greg’s Yamaha keyboard. There was magic in this simplicity and the fact that anything seemed possible." The first part of … Continue reading Lord Litter’s Radio On Show – Don Campau special, part1