So this is a megalithic episode, and it goes on forever, but it should give you tons of amazing music to listen to, and cover nearly every band of the spectrum. Electro, rock, metal, jazz, hiphop in three languages, post-rock, prog piano, a comparison between two bands both named Slaves, a tribute the drummer John Lever, so jam music, some classic rock... look, there's something for everyone. Considering how long this episode runs, there would have to be, right?
So strap in and enjoy a 4XL episode of the show.
So we're returning to the one-a-week, two-hour-show format starting immediately. I talk a little bit about why in the episode, but basically, it's just easier for me to manage, and I didn't see much of an uptick one way or another in doing two shows a week. Consider yourself notified.
Lots of international flavor this week, but also lots of classics, and a small rant from me on why I think "nü-metal" got unfairly slagged as we mourn the passing of Linkin Park's Chester Bennington.
Back to our usual mishmash radio show, full of all sorts of things to tickle and delight your eardrums. Music from Japan, Germany, England, Scotland, Australia and more. We get down with our random selves, but hopefully you'll find some band you're not familiar with to love here, and you can go out and support them.
As always, tell your friends and family and coworkers about the show. Downloads have been getting disappointingly low as of late...
Are you a cryptographer? Do you like searching for puzzles and augmented reality? Well, you can give it a go here, if you like. But it's just awesome music.
No, I won't tell you the secret significance behind this show and it's companion show that will go up early next week, only to say that they were put together with a specific purpose in mind, and can still be enjoyed as normal shows. Also, they're a little longer than the one hour shows. Enjoy!