“Dj” (Used 11 times)
ayeko on 12/16/2012 at 07:58PM
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douglasawh on 09/28/2011 at 01:30AM
Long time no talk, friends. We've been a bit busy! I just started law school and Tom's band just put out an EP! That doesn't mean we haven't been rockin' you out on the Music Manumit Podcast though! We've been interviewing some of the best Creative Commons bands out there too. Thanks to Craig of the Open Metalcast for filling in a couple shows while I moved!
To show our appreciation for sticking with us during the lean months, we'd like to give you the chance to be a guest DJ! In order to be a guest DJ what you need to do is put together 20-30 minutes worth of music and get us the tracks like this:
"Song" by Artist (genre) - license - Website.
Make sure we have a link to download the song and a link to the bad website. As you can see in the tracks I've selected anything goes as far as length, genre and subject matter (assuming you don't break the 30 min rule).
If you don't want to be a DJ, but want us to hear your music (or just have a suggestion), put some tracks in our SoundCloud dropbox. If you are not the artist and you put something in our Dropbox, make sure we have all the information we need to attribute the artist properly! Also, note that we play only remixable music. No -ND or All Rights Reserved stuff!
If you're in a band and are interested in being on the show, let us know. We are always interested in hearing new music and learning about novel ways to distribute, collaborate and create music. The interview invitation is open to curators, netlabels and podcasters as well. Just make sure you are passionate about remixable Creative Commons music!
Oh, and since I'm all lawyery* now:
We reserve the right to revoke the offer for an interview at any time. Music on the music only show will be played at the sole discretion of the Music Manumit Podcast. This is not a contract. The podcast and any posts here are not legal advice.
*term of art, you wouldn't understand
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studio11 on 02/18/2011 at 05:30PM
James Curd - Greenskeepers - Ziggy Franklin - An International House D.J. Shares The Secrets Of The Chicago Swing House Sound
Interrupt on 04/14/2010 at 10:21AM
I was hoping to start blogging here sooner. I'm Shahn/Interrupt, a programmer/DJ at WGDR (.org) - a community radio station in Plainfield, Vermont. We're a wacky bunch and I'm the only DJ to feature chip music regularly on a WGDR show.
I find a lot of chip music here. I'm working on getting in touch with all of the artists that I play (or want to play) to let them know I want to put them on the radio and figure out the best spinitron reporting.
(spinitron reporting is a result of DMCA, iirc and my strategy is to play only creative commons music during our two week reporting period as my little statement on the timeliness of DMCA)
macedonia on 02/27/2010 at 12:35PM
It's not like happy days weren't already here at the FMA, but you gotta stand up and take notice when the forward-thinking heads over at Percussion Lab come through on some curator status. If you've been to their website, you already know that electronic music is in trustworthy and loving hands just by sampling a few of their DJ and live sets. Our Lady of Clicks, Cuts, Bleeps, and Bloops has blessed the Archive something serious with their generosity. They have already uploaded fantastic live recordings from the likes of Daedelus, Caural, Machinedrum, Ezekiel Honig, and Percussion Lab head honcho Praveen, just to name a few.
For the purposes of this entry, I'm going to shed light on a DJ set that remains a favorite of mine. Letherette first dropped this gem of a mix over a year ago and it remains as engaging and hypnotic as the day it first hit the Web. It is a collection of beat sketches and unfinished instrumental thoughts, fragmented sentences that run into each other and suggest moments of poignancy, paranoia, and the butterflies that sit in your stomach when you're around that special someone. It's a head-nodding good time and I've been fiending for their debut release ever since, which has yet to drop.
(Praveen, seriously, I know you've got connections. Tell them Letherette boys to quit holdin' out on that heat. Two thousand ten is their year...)