I don’t update here often as most of you know. This is more of an archive and after-thought these days. However I have something that is quit special to mention and the more known of it is the better. For that to happen, I have to actually do something about it. Hence… write it down and publish the damn words.
I’ve been firing off Bleeps into the ether for roughly 11 years now. That’s how long I’ve been doing the live Internet broadcasts under the Bleep Radio banner. There have been a hell of a lot more than 300 Bleep Radio broadcasts, but I’ve only actually labeled so many of them with an episode number. A part of that is to make the live streams something to tune into. If every single live-stream is archived then there is less of a reason to tune into the the live-stream. Aside from the usually entertaining and off the wall chat of course. So yes, there have probably been over a thousand Bleep Radio streams over the years, but we’re only getting near the 300th archived Bleep Radio. The milestone is somewhat arbitrary I guess. And I don’t really have a strong history of giving a shit about milestones. So what’s different? My mood I guess.
Those of you who know me, know I don’t bother putting thought into the things that strike me. If an idea occurs to me I do it. I don’t bother then pondering why. I just get busy figuring out how. And what.
Here’s the what.
Bleep Radio #300
Saturday November 22, 2014 @ 8pm GMT
Live Sets from:
Dj Sets from:
The idea behind this is as follows. Paul and Joe will both be performing from home. They’ll both be connected to me and we’ll be bouncing the audio via myself to my Mixlr account for all your enjoyment. Myself and the other guest TBC will be playing from my house to the same effect. All you folks have to do is what you usually have to do for a regular Bleep Radio. Tune in to Mixlr.com/isoprax. The difference is the day and time. It’s a Saturday night/afternoon depending on where you are.