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cheyenne_h on 12/21/2016 at 11:40AM
We've made it to the last of the 2016 ccCommunity compilations - part 5 of 5: Indie, Rock & Punk!
Indie, Rock & Punk is the fifth of our 2016 Year In Review series (which will be appearing on this blog all month long), and the final installment of the ccCommunity Year In Review playlists. There'll be more Year In Review features from other curators, so stay tuned for the next installment! The ccCommunity is a vibrant & diverse group of artists who are not affiliated with other formal FMA curators, who ask the FMA directly to join the party. Not everyone makes the cut, but we encourage artists to contact us if they want to be included in the FMA's collection. And please bear in mind: these are just from one curator page, our ccCommunity, and these songs loosely fit in the genre designations we gave them, but not everything by all of these artists is the same -- you may find a wide variety of genres represented in one album.
Here are some of 2016's indiest, rockin'est, and punkest ccCommunity cuts:
vitop on 09/23/2016 at 01:29PM
FFO: Pander! Panda! Panzer!, Broadcast and the Focus Group, The Conet Project
A collaboration between Vitamin Pets and Yellow Chair combining field recordings and shortwave radio transmissions, Death FM pushes back against college radio trends and fashion-first schtick-rock. The album is a nine-track look at the end-of-days, envisioning the dark future that awaits all those who allow scammy tastemakers into their homes via the airwaves. "Theme from WXHZ" and "Station Identification" construct the pulpit from which this screed is founded upon; "Is Dead" is a salvo of bombastic proportions; and "Le nozze di Rodman" dunks the listener into the nether world of intercepted broadcasts and crossed wires. The album is at times blissful ("Seven Sisters Singing") and blistering ("Octavian Man") and promises to provide all those who download it with a singularly strange experience. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Vitamin_Pets/Death_FM/
cheyenne_h on 07/27/2016 at 02:53PM
WFMU and the Free Music Archive are proud to bring you a fresh episode of Radio Free Culture, a podcast exploring issues at the intersection of digital culture and the arts.
In this episode, Cheyenne Hohman, RFC host and current Director of the FMA, was joined by Shivaun Watchorn, the archivist-in-chief for the Maximum Rocknroll Archive Project, which is currently underway and aims to preserve all issues of the long-running punk/hardcore fanzine, episodes of their radio show dating back decades, and contain a fully searchable listing of their entire record collection, which currently holds more than 49,000 pieces of vinyl.
noisemaxim on 05/08/2016 at 09:57AMVia Southern City's Lab » Visit Blog » 0 COMMENTS
astrostrich on 03/23/2015 at 07:09PM
so, fuck off, go to:
don't hide your head in a hole, just float to Orion.