Chams On The Radio, Every Hour You Say!
- View Sourcehey all,
well yeah, sort of....
Out of necessity, I had to setup a shoutcast server in
order to play my media library in another part of my
It's turned into a blessing in many ways, notably:
1. As long as I have internet access, I can listen to
my music, my way, wherever I may be.
2. This is just a precursor of things to come where,
someday, we'll have wireless internet access in our
cars, on our personal media players, etc., and we will
be able to listen to what we want, when we want.
Anyway, you're welcome to tune in:
That's all you'll have to input under file>open url in
If you don't have winamp (winamp.com -it's free), then
you must have windows media player version 9, and
you'll have to put an http:// in front of the address.
Other media players probably support it (I know VLC
Because my media library is heavily weighted towards
the chameleons et al, you're pretty well guaranteed to
hear something chams-related at least every hour, if
Any comments to me (privately) regarding quality
(*not* content) of the stream would be
love and light,
i realize a
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- View SourceHi all,
As I know that there are some fans of Interpol & Kitchen of Distinction
on the list,
I would suggest you to try The Arcade Fire.
This is a young canadian band that I discovered a few days ago.
Very promising and surprising because it has somewhere a Talking Heads
Have a good week.
A radio session here (with a... Talking Heads cover, should be "This
must be the place") :
- View Source--- Fran�ois <francois.joubaud2@...> wrote:
> Hi all,I second the Arcade Fire recommendation; definitely
> As I know that there are some fans of Interpol &
> Kitchen of Distinction
> on the list,
> I would suggest you to try The Arcade Fire.
> This is a young canadian band that I discovered a
> few days ago.
> Very promising and surprising because it has
> somewhere a Talking Heads
> influence !
more original sounds being offered than by most other
'new'-ish bands nowadays...
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- View SourceNeuronaut wrote:
>I think The Killers have an original sound, albeit borrowed from the
> I second the Arcade Fire recommendation; definitely
>more original sounds being offered than by most other
>'new'-ish bands nowadays...
80's. But that's probably why I like them so much...that New Wave
influence. Hell, I can actually hear a synthesizer in there...
Apparently the record companies have pulled their heads out of their
asses and realized that most people are sick of that 4th generation
grunge crap that's been on the radio since 1993...