After a thorough re-analysis of the data set Revy obtained from the 2009 encounter with Drunk Aliens With Keytars, this remix crew, myself included, concludes ‘utter nonsense’. Free download, or for $5 you get the album on a neat microSD card.
I recently participated in a recent sound project at BSR that I’ve mentioned recently–Sine Languages. Right click to download.
As a college radio DJ at Brown University, I’m sad to say that our last day of programming ON TERRESTRIAL RADIO (for the near future) is July 31, 2011. But as you can see in the press release from the station, we’ve got lots of big opportunities in front of us, and things could not be any more exciting. You’ll be able to hear all of our original programming at bsrlive.com, as well as features, reviews, news—with a few secret tricks up our sleeve for the near future.
So be sure to check go to bsrlive often!
Here are some other mentions of the news, which is starting to gain nationwide interest.
On 6.11.11, I stepped in the studio an hour early to put on my experimental hat.
For some time I’ve been a fan of the eleveneleven podcast series, now part of Alias Frequencies. I’m super excited to report that I’m this month’s guest programmer!
Hi. I’m a radio DJ, amateur photographer, and bedroom electronic music composer/philosopher, and a critic of all beliefs that are illogical. To pay the bills, I print and/or embroider logos and images on almost anything, and sometimes even design them. Thanks for visiting my blog, which is slowly being built.
If you’d like to say hi, want me to hear something, or want to collaborate somehow, please drop me a line at yelof3 at gmail.com