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2013-03-29

some oldies

this week netwaves covers some tunes we recently discovered, but were already published in earlier years; regarding the podcast: there's no presentation due to illness of the presentator


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2013-03-20

takeiteezee

netwaves gives you a massage of relaxing free stuff
*** due to a computercrash, no podcast this episode! ***







[nws256] netwaves 7.23: takeiteezy














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2013-03-14

music for lazy sundays

mb3 was asked to make a musical contribution to Smiles Davies' (Radio Scorpio: Night Shop) concept Sunday Morning Sessions, in which deejays and friends make a mix of tunes they like to hear when they wake up on sundaymorning/midday; the result is a wave of happy, softie, loungy poppy tunes, sometimes sad, many times with a smile

smakelijk!


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foto: cc: by Lieve W.

slow waves

this week netwaves is all about slow styles of music: post-prog-hop






[nws255] netwaves 7.22: slowwaves


 












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2013-03-12

bu rundip white!

volgende zondag kan u de oplossing komen vragen op de vraag "bu rundip white?"
- tip: loungy, jazzy, funky, chilly
- another tip: RuE9 + indip


2013-03-07

netwaves 7.21: e-lec-tronics

this week netwaves selects the nicest tunes for brass wire






[nws254] netwaves 7.21: e-lec-tronics


 












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2013-03-04

new discovered stream-radios


i just discovered 2 streaming radioservices with cc-music:
  • TheRadio.CC: it's a kind of a cooperation of radiopeople who bundle their forces into a streaming service, as far as i understand it (German) -> file under 'general pop & rock'
  • freemusi.cc: "is an online music player for streaming creative commons music. Its database currently contains 11329 tracks hosted on the servers of the Internet Archive. Every album is selected by hand, rated and tagged song by song before being added here.":
    this is a kind of a tagging service as well, but not clear enough: to me it looks like a website for librarians who want to tag music; though i'm interested in the concept of turning the database of archive.org into a streaming radio -> file under 'self-service radio'

    both links added to the links dpt.: 'listen'-page