Hey if anyone likes community radio stations

I'm building a little app for listening to them in the browser. Kind of like a car radio dial but for the world.

commonradio.org/

or on dat
dat://e23a16781465a4a8f3607c82a7ee60f0866aec108f4f0ded21978c2753a1efb1

nothing fancy but there's 500ish radio stations there most of them work

source here
gitlab.com/tulsileathers/commo

PRs to this file if you want to add stations
gitlab.com/tulsileathers/commo
or edit your local dat version directly

i made a standalone website for my noise stuff, finally. using this instead of soundcloud/bandcamp. it helps that i settled on a name after years of flitting around (casu marza, dreaded object, precious snout).

graveyardtheory.net/

CHRISTMAS RECORD.

Fuckin love it so far. Maybe fave track is 'Living Everyday' by Tee Mac. Got the dirtiest bass (Sol Simon Oshijo—gotta look him up) and a real sexy dancefloor song in general.

m.youtube.com/watch?v=IU5dOt6V

Anyway, my Zombie-Chang CD arrived, so time to share:

We Should Kiss:
m.youtube.com/watch?v=lMDNESQi

モナリザ (trans.: Mona Lisa):
m.youtube.com/watch?v=ed1nezvH

Going through my tapes

Forgot about this one

Marvin Gaye, Savage in the Sack

aaaaaaaaaaaa

Hey, could you lot share this:

I'm looking for music reviewers, editors, and anyone who covers audio. But I am looking for people who *actually* review queer artists who actively avoid working for labels. Small blog/big site, no matter.

I have a punk power pop album coming out in 2019 so I need to compile contacts before I start on a promo landing page.

DM me, link me to yr site/profile/email, but ONLY if you *actually* cover queer people who refuse to work within shitty boundaries.

#Music

Wow Amazon that's a weird way to pack a record

Real estate's coming over for an inspection tomorrow. Still plodding along with the cleaning at 11PM. Listening to

youtube.com/watch?v=CTVr34Scnm

youtube.com/watch?v=mqO5rbXCLL

When I first started going out to gigs they were playing the very first time. I must've seen almost every show they played from then untill they moved to Europe. Always loved that sexy, desperate atmosphere.

Now ya gotta have Facebook to keep track of bands and I miss everything :(

Hi! I've been round the Fediverse for a while, but have been wanting to get off .social AND talk about music more, so here I am :)

I love a lot of music, especially local live noisey stuff, Soul, Blues, Disco, 90s House, 80s JPop, City Pop, anything that sounds spacey…

But at the moment am mostly listening to:

CHAI
youtube.com/watch?v=wRPxVeipkQ

and back on early Jamaican Ska/R&B
youtube.com/watch?v=pkIbO8rcoL

(love the Abba emoji~)

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