How the time flies. This was played on the Finnish National Broadcasting Company's nationwide RADIO (yes, a real FM radio station) on the 11th of February 2007. It was a Sunday.
I used samples from a double vinyl called "Swedish Physicians in Concert for the Prevention of Nuclear War". My friend Tom Holm – who's collaborating with me on our project Exit to Eternal Slacking – once threw one of the records outside the door while on a recording session in our then Kantvik-based studio at his appartment. I had to go out and pick it up from the grass.
The track consists of two parts, I'd say. They both have their different mood, rhythm and atmosphere.
Thanks to Thomas for still playing my old stuff – and Exit to Eternal Slacking as well. I'm going through the original recordings made under the name The Large and – in the absence of a better word – re-mastering and sending them to Thomas as the work progresses.
A well-known DJ in Finland called DJ Indigo is still playing my songs as well, so that's the best thing I could ever hear as an artist. So, thank you again Thomas, Indigo and all the others out there in this vast, vast world.
It's not about me – it's about the music and some people beside me potentially hearing it. That's all that it is: music.
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CrepusculaR 12 Nov : 18:59 Listening the emission, works fine, now playing some Herbst9 . Cool
DarkAmbient 24 Sep : 11:56 For the time being, I carry on with a virtualBoxed Windwos and SamBroadcaster but I wrote a note about your recommendations for the time I finally switch to GNU/Linux.
DarkAmbient 24 Sep : 11:51 @Bebop420 Thanks! IDJC seems interesting. I hope that I have solved the problem though. The USB stick with the media files seems to have a defect. Hope, the external hd does a better job now.
Bebop420 24 Sep : 02:36 Sorry about the multiple messages i don't lnow why that happened. Libretime and AzuraCast were also recommended to me.
Bebop420 24 Sep : 02:34 have you found a broadcasting software in linux that you can use? Never trust wine its too subject to glitch and whimsy. I would recommend Internet DJ Console and Rivendell but RadioTools Airpro intr