The Vile Arts Radio Hour
... over the studio. Eventually Harry shuffled uneasily.
"It's lucky that the name DJ Rubbish is already taken," he murmurs. "What are you going to call this megamix?"
"The Vile History of Electronic Music," Vile replies proudly. "It's a tribute to the Electronic Music Awards for Scotland. It's got a bit of Alex Smoke, some Autechre, Kid Koala, even Bjork. Plus an exclusive from Psignal."
"And what brought on this foray into experimental composition?" Harry sighs. "When did you get into electronic music? We were a folk show a few months ago."
"We respond to the streets of Glasgow. When Celtic Connections was on, folk was the sound of Sauchiehall. Now it's time for some clubbing: Electric Frog is coming up."
"Have you ever thought we could have a theme to the show, a consistency?"
"Ah, but look at how I arranged the show. We start off with an interview about the Veil at Tramway - nice bit of live acoustic guitar there. Then I segue into the Mummers, who are up here at Tut's - a nice folky connection that leads naturally into Explosions in the Sky: they are touring in a bit. Then that moves nicely- the atmospheric sound - "
"Into two Russians shouting over Taz Buckfaster," Harry interjects. "Where did you find that?"
"My record collection is vast and deep. Like the sea."
"And equally insensible to rationality."15:00 - 17:00