SK: Hello, what’s the craic? Welcome to CoLab, the final day of Week 1.
MH: It’s been a challenging yet rewarding week of performances, projects and podcasts.
SK: And the best part is that we get to do it all over again next week with a fresh set of challenges.
WH: We’ll be hearing from Tin Men and the Telephone, 10,000 Views in a Week and An Evening of Charleston.
SK: So what are we waiting for? Max caught up with the Think of Something project who are finally ready to reveal what they thought of. Take it away!
Cue: Think of Something segment
WH: You can find links and media including how to find the project’s Instagram and Youtube channels on the podcast blog at TL-Life.com
SK: Next up, Will called on Tin Men and the Telephone to hear some of the music they’ve been making.
Cue: Tin Men and the Telephone segment
MH: Pewdiepie may have more views than double the entire population of The World …
WH: … over 20 billion …
MH: … but it took him 9 years.
SK: This project is aiming for 10,000 in a week.
MH: Sam caught up with Matthew Norriss to check on their progress.
Cue: 10,000 Views in a Week Friday interview
MH: Once again, check on the podcast blog for links to the project’s channel.
SK: On this day in history, the first anti-bootlegging recording laws were enacted.
SK: To celebrate this exciting moment from the annals of copyright, Will has brazenly flouted the laws by bootlegging a recording of the Headhunters project.
Cue: Headhunters Chameleon excerpt
MH: And now, ladies and gentleman, the conductor of the Second Study Band, it’s composer Harry Weir!
Cue: Harry Weir interview
WH: Next up, here’s Sam with the low-down on the CoLab throw-down!
Cue: Album in a Week segment
MH: Here’s a wee teaser of what you can expect to hear from them.
Cue: Album in a Week excerpt
SK: Finally for this week, a glimpse into tonight’s cheeky chip-diddy Charleston performance. Max has the story.
Cue: An Evening of Charleston interview
SK: Don’t miss their performances this evening at 7:45pm and 8:45pm in the Studio Theatre at the Faculty of Dance.
WH: Sadly, that’s all we have time for today.
SK: And so concludes CoLab Week 1.
MH: We’ll be spending the weekend in the pub pining for CoLab until Monday when we’ll be returning gladly to your ear-holes once again.
WH: Have a collabo-great weekend!
Cue: music to end