[SCOTTNOSKILLS-02] - farms, farming, farmers

60:00 minutes (63.12 MB)

well my show this week is on the theme of "farms, farming , farmers"
it contains some talking but mainly people singing and playing instruments.
its pretty light hearted silly stuff but with moments of seriousness
and anger too.
it features well known people and some not so known who perhaps should be...
suggestions of future themes would be welcomed cos i like a challenge.
All songs, spoken word bits etc all come from my collection.
i didnt just type "farm" into limewire or summat and let that do the
work for me.
hope you enjoy.

[rad-02] rad-02 mixed by Eric Om

55:45 minutes (89.43 MB)

This is rad02

[k-radio-09] at least three songs at once by mixed by oliver's computer

43:53 minutes (53.89 MB)

This mix was performed by Olivers Computer without any help other than a little instruction.
- It is in 3 movements [intro-mix-finale]
- at least 3 songs must play at all times
- no beat matching alowed
- change volume 3 times within each track
- pan in similar mannor
- select tracks at random from collection

[k-radio-08] Spaceships mixed by Oliver

64:40 minutes (78.08 MB)

"when humans clap i often cringe"
Apologies for the introduction sequence of this mix, the computer needed to establish a tempo somehow. This weeks mix has real and pretend violins in it, see if you can spot the difference. This weeks mix has real W.Carlos and some midi files controlling old synthesizers, spot the differences? Ivor cutler plays marimba and the computer claps along annoyingly for the first 5 minutes. Not much else to report in words this week apart from there are some real recordings from space.

[k-radio-07] jägermeister mixed by Erikk Fletcher

61:58 minutes (60.82 MB)

our featured artist today is Erikk Fletcher. He will be playing a mixture of mostly his stuff with a couple of things not by him, thrown in, just in case we "get lost". There is a lot of experimental sound stuff in there, so you have been warned in advance. Erikk is Cornish by birth but doesn't often visit the motherland as "its too damp" and "funk is so 10 years ago". so, without further ado, k-radio bring you Erikk Fletcher's jägermeister mix.

. heather mills - tvhell2beat3straighttrikosong 2.wav featuring A long and prosperous retirement.wav for bedsheet and guitar
. an amaizing live recording from 'four black squares' covering 'no noubt' on the 25th of April 2003, 22:00:20
. 19200000hz/sec - [natural noise set of flint rock versus storm wind] vs the flumps


60:34 minutes (66.65 MB)

So SCOTTNOSKILLS has his own show today and from now on every Thursday that he can. I imagine he will be writing his own news letter to you about the shows, but today I shall get the show on the road for him…


… is exactly as it says, 90 songs, under a minute each, music from all sorts of backgrounds, with only one thing in common – Shortness.
Please give SCOTTNOSKILLS some feedback on the comments bit under his mix section of the website.

k-radio-06 gaga

44:30 minutes (71.29 MB)

The mix sent in this week by that wonderful freddie mercoi marks the decision to give Scottnoskills his own weekly show as of Thursday. Freddie has been working undercover with us for some time and this is a wonderful chance to hear what goes on behind the scenes. As for Scott, over to him on thursday for his introductory Short Songs Set.

k-radio-05 "over to you"

41:32 minutes (40.51 MB)

Well I’ve just heard the first k-radio show not by me, and it’s a very odd marvel to be sure:

Whilst Oliver Baggott and scottnoskills, Emily and I were being indecisive about going to the beer festival and getting really annoyed and confused, I snuck on a cassette to record the short moment that Scott and Baggott had a little catch up session.

What with the amazing qualities of cassette, the wonky floorboards of the floor the decks reside upon and the impromptu un-planned ness I think this is a sure winner.

Things that where sent in during the last week

39:05 minutes (40.34 MB)

After a study of how to do things on radio one. k-radio brings you a proper
good show. Heres’s a couple of notes to self from the phone:

“So err, I have a .... a amazing spice girls .... remix .... and .... err
.... I have discovered my least favorite .... musician to date .... who ....
happens to pretty much be the new Robby Williams by the looks of things ....
and err .... yeah .... I’m outdoors this time .... but err .... I hope you
enjoy these things, but I don't think I’m going to do it the same way next

k-radio-03 the stolen guitar is in sci-fi hell i imagin

35:04 minutes (37.14 MB)

After kicking off with 2 songs about stealing, the Third k-radio show contains
"more guitars than you can shake a stick at" so Oliver says.

But then what does he know about guitars?

Well you can see what he knows by his follow up to the improvised set last
week, seeing as no-one complained about a man left alone late at night battling
away in the computer with a mind of its own and always on the edge of crashing.

As always feedback is really essential in order to know what on earth is going
on, or space come to think of it.
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