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all those stations below the 92.5fm
like the church stations n college radio
kvhs 90.5 the edge
they play: 90s rock, metal, screamo, static x and raprock type stuff
ksjs 90.5 san jose state uni
they play mostly: fratbro hiphop, metal and hipster electro dance... college kid music
kfjc 89.7 foothill college radio
they play a lot of slow droning etherial sludge metal, a lot of slow droning ethereal ambient music, other techno/electro and like 1/3rd just really wierd shit
kalx 90.7 uc berkeley radio
totally hipster techno, dance techno, mgmt hipster music, lesbian aucustic guitar music,
kexp 90.3 seattle radio
they play a lot of radio-unfriendly music, anything from lesbian acoustic to thrash metal.. playing david bowe atm
post more public radio with live streams
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What exactly does it take to become a noise musician? Namely, I want to try and make noise music like Merzbow, Masonna, and all the other Japanoise artists, but have absolutely no idea how I would even start, what all I would have to buy, or what I would have to do. Any help?
Or, for that matter, the equiptment required for Power Electronics?
Cover song help
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My girl and I are about to do a school talent show thing for the second year in a row. We didnt place in the teacher judges vote but we did we crowd pleaser by a huge majority.
Here's my prob, /mu/; we have no idea what to do this time. We were going to do Bones of You by Elbow, but it doesnt feel right. What are some great two person cover songs? We have multiple guitars, keyboard, baby grand piano, and a MicroKorg at our disposal.
We are considering REM, Florence, Radiohead, Coldplay, the like.