[ mai/june 2002 ]
Welcome! Thanx for visiting - xxx.
Ain't these great times to be alive ... ?
We recently have added two brand
new Sound Chronicles: "Schinken"
bringing the number of items on our playlist up to 15.
To celebrate, we decided to refresh the look of
the Flash streamer (hit that little radio and start playing the
Chronicles tout de suite!)... And even though large parts
of the world hurriedly update their plugin/player to a version
6+ to keep up with them new trix of Flash MX, you still only need
a plugin version 4 or more to enjoy this little beauty, now bringing
you 45 minutes of excellences concrètes ...
Check out some of the reviews
Excellent concrète pieces
My my my the music sure has changed! What these kids
wont do for a thrill! Very original! --
Smooth extended transitions between soundscapes and
layering create sublime atmosphere --
I like it, I think its new and refreshing. Great work
Many people go missing, day in day out. Sometimes
they simply chose to do so, often they did not, but always they'll
leave a whole lotta desperately seeking and despairing relatives
and friends behind.
puts the pictures of missing (mainly) Brits on the net, encouraging
also other web sites all over the world to put up animated icons
as the one to the left, hoping that somehow someone somewhere
will hit upon one of them on some page, and remember having seen
a him or her yesterday night in that Ibiza discothèque,
last week strolling along NY's 7th avenue, somewhere on the Tokyo
underground ... Well, you get the idea ... It's a good one, I'd
Let's spread the word ...
And, hey! dude, what's spinnin' over at Better
More's ? you asked me... Glad you did! Morrei's choice
of close to two hours of more than worthwhile music to be found
at mp3.com currently includes some fascinating electro by mk_hbr,
from Brooklyn, NY -- Destructive Genius's
'Bombay Duck', from Mumbai, India -- '3 Moods for violin and percussion
n° 1' by the American composer Tom van
Oostrom -- Paul Hartsaw's meta-stable
zoo live at the Empty Bottle in Chicago -- Hip Hop from
the Bronx by Budda Bless -- Lisa
Parkin's 'Don't Dis' Me' -- and more, and more and more
... Try it!
Before you can
listen, you have to register with mp3.com, and give them an e-mail
If you don't want to receive their mailings, just give any odd
address, or put some hotmail-type address you create just for
Continuing thanks to potatoland's
SHREDDER for shredding us.
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