@donblanco none immediately, as I don't want to turn into quite that blatant of a pirate, but I have been considering using audio uploads to highlight particular passages for discussion in a very fair-use sort of way...
Hi, folks @linernotes.club.
I'm some german dude. So glad to see there's a music themed mastodon instance. Many thanks to its admin(s).
I'm obsessed with underground punk and noise. Specifically i'm into post- and garage punk, noise rock, postcore, the weirder forms of hardcore punk, very oldschool noisy indie rock, a bit of shoegaze and noise pop here and then.
I'm doing the music blog 12XU and a web radio station of the same name. The blog is written in german, but music is a universally understood language anyway, right?
The blog itself is on the fediverse, too: @pinkflag
Hope we'll all get some kicks out of each others weird musical tastes.
@requiem ahh, I only use the web ui lol
One of the notable features added in v3.0.0 of mastodon is a new audio player UI - as an example, here's Louis Armstrong's "Struttin' With Some Barbecue" from 1938
Thanks for putting up with the rough spots around the joint lately, clubbers.
If you run into any issues, please reach out.
ALSO, if you're interested in helping out around the place with some moderation assistance, please slide up into my DMs and let me know so I can start to assemble a team to help spread the load.
Thanks, y'all, and jam on!
Since @evilchili brought up the birthday of this album, here's a nice breakdown of some of the recording techniques and equipment behind Portishead's "Dummy"
Warning: contains lots of ads
So while linernotes.club was down, Mr. Bungle reformed. At the time of writing, it's still unclear if there's a connection. #MrBungle
@rgggn you're very welcome!
@Mainebot ooooooops, uhhh, it's temporary (inasmuch as it'll get fixed once I leave $daygig later today)