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 Listen to them spitting out or their ears. Rat cop requests a list of everyone on set real or imagined. How do you feel about doing an interview for the mole channel speak to my manager I cannot grasp details I cannot comprehend their existence. Even assassins have hearts that break. … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – STRANGLER TEASED NANCY’S EAR
To listen click here Is it really about witchcraft? He buried his head in her lap her skirt tasted like cardboard she doesn’t like to piss about when there is dreaming to be done have you experienced heartbreak it is a slippery slope these eggs are out of date rub them on your belly too … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – Sister Methane
I had been falling down the same set of stairs for at least two weeks I was covered in dirt and slightly drunk. Her husband hired some thugs to do me over. They gave me a good beating and stuck a needle in me. Time drug. I couldn’t tell you the exact name but that’s … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth -Birthday Insult
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
Do Dai Coelacanth's contributions to Radio On evolve into a sci-fi radioplay, a discardable walkman's alternative to all paytv's series? Be your own detective. Read his words. Maybe they sound familiar. Susan had joined a show band. I was asked to play trumpet. Not in the band. They wanted me to stand in a shop … Continue reading Dai Coelacanth – Return of the Cosmic Scorpion
The audio reports 'letter from Berlin' are directly recorded on tape with a handheld walkman. In this episode: a trainride from Berlin to Amsterdam, sounds from Amsterdam and from Heerlen, domestic and non-domestic sounds from Berlin and a few words by John Cooper Clarke.
"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