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Trance, House, Ambient & Dub Music on the Web(5 posts)
|Trance, House, Ambient & Dub Music on the Web||jrm|
May 7, 2002 12:16 PM
|www.kcrw.org is a NPR radio station in Santa Monica, Ca. They have about 5 shows that showcase different music. They also replay shows almost all day so the venue changes every 3 or so hours.
Listening requires Real Player 1 (the new one). it s something cool to listne to @ work instad of conventional radio.
|Got a couple more for ya...||rideslikeagirl|
May 8, 2002 7:07 AM
They have an awesome station under 'electronica', called the Liquid Lounge. Man, it's what gets me thru the day!
We also have a great local gal on KAZU that plays good stuff from 7-9 a.m. - Melonie Walker. Check her at www.kazu.org.
But, KCRW is, by far, the king. Only wish we lived in car stereo distance still.
btw, have you checked out Zero 7? Here's a link to their full length CD.. http://www.sputnik7.com/sitelet/site-zero7/
Kinda soft, but really good stuff.
May 8, 2002 7:20 AM
|Simple Things, is one of of my fav CD's of 02'. Off the home page for Morning Becomes Eclectic (MBE) there is a real audio file of a show they did on MBE about 2 months ago. it's amazing.
I'm going to see um Saturday @ pier 32 in SF @ a concert being set up by KFOG in S.F. its going to be fun.
May 8, 2002 8:59 AM
|I've been hooked on that CD for weeks now!
We tried to get tickets to a gig last week but it was sold out.
What's the story on Saturday?
I'll have to check out the MBE show.
May 8, 2002 9:21 AM
|I checked out KFOG's website. Zero 7's on at 5pm.
We're doing the Tour de Fort Ord that day, so I doubt we'd make it up there by then.
Well, you have a great time!!