Originally posted on radiocrystalblue:

HOW TO LISTEN

Internet Archive: Look for the playlist posts on my website www.radiocrystalblue.net In the instructions for listening, click the link that starts with www.archive.org It will lead you to a dedicated page for that specific program, granting you the opportunity to stream, share and download in a number of formats. The shows on this website last for the life of the Internet.
Podomatic: Click the button that points to Podomatic on my website, or surf on over to www.radiocblue.podomatic.com  Shows on this website,my new RSS host will be up for only 2-3 weeks at a time.
Stitcher is an app that accesses podcasts, and you can find me there as well.

Clammr is a new social media site generated by audio.  You can hear 18-second soundbites of every song aired on Radio Crystal Blue, updated weekly, at www.clammr.com in the New Indie Music channel, or directly at

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Originally posted on In Memory Of John Peel:

From drums rolls throughs a numbers game to a techno track cut short…
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Time Song Artist Album Nation-Label Year
5:02 Pure Pleasure Miller, Scott/Zeitgeist MILLER S Tipping Point Forth and Back Pure Pleasure Twilight Funhouse Consortia (S Mille~1 New Focus 2015
2:07 Chowtime bbigpigg Din Din Money Fire Records 2015
5:00 Glue Buzz My Cruel Goro My Cruel Goro EP #Italy #Iceland 2015
5:25 Clean Dreams Woolen Men Temporary Monument Woodsist Records 2015
3:27 Devil’s Gutzy The Mumzees GUTZ 2014
1:40 You’re Making It Difficult Yea Big The Wind That Blows No More Metal Postcard 2015
4:30 The Blessing Stephan Micus Nomad Songs ECM 2015
3:36 II Quarrel…

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Originally posted on radiocrystalblue:

HOW TO LISTEN
Podomatic:
Shows on this website are kept in perpetuity.
Listen to samples of each song I have aired in this week’s show via Clammr:
http://www.clammr.com Join and add radiocblue or access below:
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available for your devices, please request the widget code to place on your
site or blog.
This show was published 8/10/15
Zeynep Ozbilen “The Places I Go” – Zee CD http://www.zeynepozbilen.com
Jenee Halstead “Edge Of The World” – Edge of the World CD http://www.jeneehalstead.com
Sinplus “Up To Me” – Up To Me CD http://www.sinplus.net
Chocolate Strings “Hot Tip” – s/t CD
Skittish “Regarding The Wolf” – Two Legs Bad CD http://www.iamskittish.com
Val Blaha “August” – Water, Ashes & Wood CD http://www.valblaha.com
Running time: 56  minutes
Recorded in stereo…

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Patetico Records has released Broken As We Are by Panophonic.

 

It’s always nice when someone spends of their valuable time reviewing your music. Thank you so very much Sphere Music for the kind words. Sphere Music review: Patetico Recordings has released Broken As We Are by Panophonic

Originally posted on tribe4mian's weblog:

rock back for nepal

Global Indie Artists Come Together for Nepal Disaster Relief Series

Rock Back for Nepal is the first in a 3-part series of disaster relief compilations being released by U.S. indie label Patetico Recordings. The label is partnering with nearly 60 independent artists and several small indie labels around the globe to make this happen. They have all come together in order to raise funds for victims of the recent catastrophic earthquakes in Nepal. All money raised will go directly to the relief efforts.

The compilations are being supported by several luminaries of the independent rock and shoegaze scene, among others. “Whenever Tom Lugo reaches out to his musical family, you know it’s for a crucial and essential cause. The Rock Back for Nepal CD compilation is no exception,” explains Dean Garcia of seminal shoegaze bands Curve and SPC ECO. “I’m proud to be part of…

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Originally posted on The RingMaster Review:

cover vol 1 _RingMaster ReviewRock Back for Nepal is a 3-part series of disaster relief compilations being released by U.S. indie label Patetico Recordings. The label is partnering with nearly 60 independent artists and several small indie labels around the globe to make this happen. They have all come together in order to raise funds for victims of the recent catastrophic earthquakes in Nepal. All money raised will go directly to the relief efforts.

The compilations are being supported by several luminaries of the independent rock and shoegaze scene, among others. “Whenever Tom Lugo reaches out to his musical family, you know it’s for a crucial and essential cause. The Rock Back for Nepal CD compilation is no exception,” explains Dean Garcia of seminal shoegaze bands Curve and SPC ECO. “I’m proud to be part of this relief effort / fund raiser for anyone affected by the recent earthquake disaster in Nepal and…

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Originally posted on The Fat Angel Sings:

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A dedicated fan Renato Malizia, from São Paolo, Brazil has through his blog, come record label, ‘The Blog That Celebrates Itself’, put together a free digital compilation called ‘Got That Feeling: ATribute to Skywave’ featuring, along with Dressmaker, A Place To Bury Strangers, Static Daydream, Stellarscope, We Miss The Earth and many more of today’s leading purveyors of noise.

Got That Feeling: A Tribute to Skywave is scheduled for release on June 20th 2015.

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