The Signal: EP101 - A new era of signaling begins! And it sounds a lot like the previous era! Pop and rock! Covers! International hip hop! Global sounds! Funky stuff! The occasional sample of, say, a washed up TV psychic!
If you're new to the Signal: Welcome!
If you've been here before: Welcome back!
If you're not looking at this and not even aware of its existence: WAWASWASWAWAWWAWAWA NYAH NYAH BLAH BLAH! Still nothing? Okay.
What's on offer is 45 minutes of music that I quite like and I think you might as well. My tastes are pretty eclectic, but the mixes still manage to have a loosely defined aesthetic that you can pick up if you listen to about a hundred of them.
The file is available only for a limited time. If you wanna know what's in it, you have to download it and look in the id3 tags. There are some notes below, but they're optional. You don't need 'em.
The Signal: EP100 - Look at that big round number. Just look at it. Clear your calendar. Swallow your phone's battery. Disown your relations. Fire a rocket at the moon so its reflected light doesn't distract... STUPID LUNAR BEAUTY! WE'RE TRYING TO LOOK AT A ROUND NUMBER SHUT UP!
This file is available only for a limited time. The track list is in the id3 tags. There are some notes below. I've been making these things since 2005. That's something.
The Signal: EP099: 45 minutes of programming your brain remotely, just by making molecules bump into your eardrums, plus a conversion into electrical impulses, and a release of brain chemicals. AND WITH THAT... YOUR VERY MIND! IS COMPROMISED!
The file is only up for a limited time. We're only one away from EP100! I don't know if that means anything yet. So hang in there.
No notes this time out. It's just good music. It's a holiday weekend. I'm not doing anything extra. The track listing can be found in the id3 tags of the mp3 file. Any quest-- NO, there are NOT! NO QUESTIONS!
The Signal: EP098 - All sounds optimized for a no-atmosphere environment! Music from around one lonely planet! You must be a creature that experiences time to appreciate it! (As a sound sculpture in 4D space, it's not very impressive, unfortunately.)
The file will be posted only for a limited time. The track listing is in the id3 tags of the mp3. It's 45 minutes long. There's pop and rock from Spanish-speaking countries, electronic music from Canadians representing native peoples, dub, Japanese pop/beat, and other stuff. If you've never downloaded a Signal mix before, this one is a thing you can download. You could also do other things. Learn a trade. Repair VCRs. Deface billboards.
The Signal: EP097 - 45 minutes of mostly music from parts unknown (thought really, with some quick searching online, I bet we could identify most of the parts.)
The usual: This file will only be available for a limited amount of time. The track-listing is in the id3 tags. The sounds are eclectic: We've got some bass-heavy (but pretty) electronic-sounding stuff, some fuzz guitar rock stuff, a glitchy opera remix, some Australian punk, and some magic from Soweto, South Africa.
Gas masks are optional, depending on one's lung capacity or general fortitude. Notes are below.