The Signal: EP106 - Brain zappin' music! Get those neurons crispy with our patented sound spectacular technology! Still legal in three countries! Maybe yours is one of them!
Which is your favorite rendering of electrical noise? Brrrr-ZAP! or zzzRRRzzzRRRRzzzRRr? Write your answer on a piece of paper and stick it in a light socket.
Let's see. The music available for download is 45 minutes long. There's jazzy stuff, choral stuff, a song about sheep, 80s retro synth, rock that'll knock your pants into your neighbor's wardrobe, Polish whistling, compressed opera... GOOD STUFF. It's only available for a limited time, so grab it now if you're gonna. Don't wait.
The Signal: EP105 - Exactly 45 minutes of music fit for rodents and other mammals, available for the first time for public distribution. All clearances are clear. All permissions are permed.
The file is available for a limited time. The track-listing is cleverly secreted away where you can either solve a dwarf's riddle for it, or just check the id3 tags. Notes are below.
The Signal: EP104 - Exactly 45 minutes of human-made instruments and vibrating vocal chords for your entertainment. We have a special episode this outing because I'm been listening to a lot of old music: blues, Americana, Cajun... so there's less bleeping and blooping than you might be used to in a Signal mix.
The file is up for a limited time. Track listing is in the id3 tags. Notes are below, but are not necessary to the enjoyment of the music.
The Signal: EP103 - A musical soundtrack for the coincidental holiday it happens to come out on. Technically, I finished this mix yesterday and intended to post it, but then I had white wine with dinner and chemistry decided that instead of posting, I was going to fall asleep on the couch. You can't fight chemistry.
So: The mix is 45 minutes of music. This installment consists of rock, some swingin' gospel, some electronic sounds, a bit of punk, a choral cover of an aggressive hip hop song and a retro hit I've recently rediscovered and fallen for all over again. There was almost a super-aggressive electronic track with rapping Koreans, but... man. It's aggressive. Didn't make the cut. Bullet: dodged. 걱정 말아요.
The file will only be up for a limited amount of time. The tracklist is in the file's id3 tags. There are some notes below matched to track numbers, but you don't have to read 'em. You don't even have to look at 'em. To download the file, follow the link, then right-click on the player.
The Signal: EP102 - Coming to you from inside on a sunny day! When skin should be getting sun, we're busy in the mp3 mines making sure you have the music you need in digital form to get you through the day and to blow that pesky top off your head, because really... your life needs streamlining, if we're being honest.
Hey guys! You wanna hear all the usual stuff? About how the track list is in the id3 tags? And about how I don't leave these tracks up forever, so you should probably grab it now? And how notes are below? No? Okay, let's skip all that this time. There's at least one not-safe-for-work-or-for-elderly-relatives bit, so... know that.