Tag Archives: KMTS

X-Raydio on the radio

Hi all, Fastradioburst23 here letting you know about some transmissions on the shortwaves over the next couple of weekends via the services of WRMI and Channel 292.

X-Raydio will explore some audio from unusual musical formats (think flexidiscs, 5″ vinyl etc.) and will feature a piece on Bone Music by Stephen Coates from The Real Tuesday Weld (who by the way hosts a great radio show called The Bureau of Lost Culture on Soho Radio, London) and also a flexi disc mix by Shane Quentin from The Garden of the Earthly Delights radio show on CRMK, Milton Keynes.

The first transmission is on Sunday 5th June 2022 at 2200 utc on 9395 kHz on WRMI to North America and then the week after to Europe via Channel 292 on Sunday 12th June 2022 at 2200 utc on 3955 kHz. They’ll be some changes between the two shows with inclusion of alternatives mixes.

So get that shortwave set set and tune into X-Raydio for something a little bit different!

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We’re off to KZOO again

Hi all, Fastradioburst23 here letting you know about KZOO Too, another installment of the imaginary radio stations show to be broadcast this weekend via WRMI.

It’s on Sunday 29th May 2022 at 2200 UTC/ 1800 EST on 9395 kHz and will feature more music using those strange and wonderful instruments. To check out the previous shows click on the  KMTS mixcloud site here.

Tune in and enjoy!

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A trip to the KZOO

Hi SWLing Post community, Fastradioburst23 here letting you know about a transmission of  KZOO, another installment of the imaginary radio stations show to be broadcast this weekend via the good folks at WRMI.

It’s on Sunday 22nd May 2022 at 2200 UTC/ 1800 EST on 9395 kHz and will feature music using those strange and wonderful instruments that your music teacher didn’t encourage you to play. After the broadcast it will appear on the KMTS mixcloud here.

Enjoy the show and in the words of KZOO “It may not sound like shortwave radio” but it certainly is!

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KMTS Summer Test Transmission August 1, 2021

Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Fastburstradio23, who shares the following announcement:

Beaming to you from the transmitter’s location, forget summer vacation, it’s time for summer school. Get your pencils sharpened and thinking caps on for the KMTS Summer Test (transmission)! Numbers, poetry, the science of strange tones, music and mountaineering are all part of the curriculum.

And if you are one of those cats who was too hip for school the first time around, we understand. We’ve been there! When you use one of our proprietary quantum radios passing is as easy and pleasant as a breeze blown in from a deserted tropical island. All the answers tp all the questions are right in some reality or timeline!

And after you’ve peaked out with us at the crown of KMTS, you can join us for a Mai Tai at the Tiki bar on top of the mountain as we go over the summer test results.

Thanks for the tip, Fastburstradio23!

As a bonus, I was also sent this video of KMRT’s broadcast from February 2021:

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KMTS Summer Test Transmission

Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Fastburstradio23, who shares the following:

Beaming to you from the transmitter’s location, forget summer vacation, it’s time for summer school. Get your pencils sharpened and thinking caps on for the KMTS Summer Test (transmission)! Numbers, poetry, the science of strange tones, music and mountaineering are all part of the curriculum.

And if you are one of those cats who was too hip for school the first time around, we understand. We’ve been there! When you use one of our proprietary quantum radios passing is as easy and pleasant as a breeze blown in from a deserted tropical island. All the answers tp all the questions are right in some reality or timeline!

And after you’ve peaked out with us at the crown of KMTS, you can join us for a Mai Tai at the Tiki bar on top of the mountain as we go over the summer test results.

6070 kHz at 1700 UTC on Tuesday 27th July and 3rd August 2021.

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