patzr radio one hundred and fifteen - untitled [rain outside work this afternoon]

May 25, 2018

episode one hundred and fifteen / General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") is coming into effect, and you’ve probably already gotten a few emails about this from other companies. / Hcnith Assessment Across the Lifcs nn / There is one glaring anachronism

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patzr radio one hundred and fourteen - (QNNAS

May 15, 2018

episode one hundred and fourteen / "... the liquid centre of a minute ..." / SPECIFIC SUGGESTIONS FOR SIMPLE SABOTAGE /  "understanding and respect" / Glenn Branca RIP

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patzr radio one hundred and thirteen - NOTEWORTHY MARTIANS

May 5, 2018

episode one hundred and thirteen / ants explore the kitchen / DESC: Synthesizer / I LOVE IT AND THE SELLER DESCRIPTION OF THE PRODUCT MEET WITH THE PRODUCT QUALITY.

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patzr radio one hundred and twelve - Classic Textures and Edge, totally free

April 25, 2018

episode one hundred and twelve / sad to see news of Craig Wilson's death slowly travel 'round my twitter feed / we didn't know each other well but after basic.fm ended we'd see each other every couple of months or so, often as one or the other of us spilled out of/in to the cinema, exchange a few words about what was on... / Craig was smart, funny, interested, & engaged; a true loss

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patzr radio one hundred and eleven - WRITE QTY CLEARLY

April 15, 2018

episode one hundred and eleven / Inspired by your browsing history / on some level, all i really want is time to play with machinic buzzes & some washing to hang out on the line in the yard on a cool, bright, morning; even as i know that for all the calm that that implies, a morning like that is always already coal-fired, resting on structural brutality, effectively oppressive... / doomed & complicit, always

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 14, 2018

the tenth of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / "... the morning smile at Newcastle Central station, when longhair Tom blond husband greets the bearded stranger of telephones ..." [recorded at 11:50 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 13, 2018

the ninth of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / In memory of Elizabeth Brown and Robert Heir, both killed in a collision between two trains just south of Newcastle Central Station, on Friday August 17th, 1951. [recorded at 07:28 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 12, 2018

the second of the eighth of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / recorded just after i saw my Pal Anna come out of the Paperchase; she told me about jamais vu [recorded at 17:24 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 12, 2018

the first of the eighth of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / Once he lived six weeks on the roof of Newcastle Central Station. At night-time he crept down and manipulated signals to stop goods trains. After rifling them he reset the signals and clambered back to the roof. He climbs like a cat.  [recorded at 16:26 approx.]

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patzr radio one hundred and ten - untitled [Central Station is My Favourite Musical Instrument]

April 11, 2018

the seventh of ten daily episodes, all recorded at Newcastle's Central Station / NZ 2463 NW NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE NEVILLE STREET (south side) 22/408 and 23/408 Motorail Terminal G.V. II Goods station entrance. Circa 1870 for North Eastern Railway. Sandstone ashlar; cast iron posts and brackets to glass canopies. Front wall of one storey, 7 bays has panels, with open arches, in first and fourth bays; lunettes in others, paired in bays 3-6, with keystoned surrounds. Hipped glass roof has ridge vent. Iron posts, with octagonal plinths, leaf capitals, and brackets with circles in spandrels, support glass roof over platforms. [recorded at 13:50 approx.]

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