This is a song from under the floorboards... (Magazine)
This space is a repository for my net radio station news and the like. Sometimes, when reposting older news and playlists, I'll include my recent comments in bold italics. I keep the following station description at the top, since I kept changing it all the time.

meow: glitterbox:

Freeform eclectronica: new and old. (Hehe, I'm so clever.) Music that falls through the cracks: electro, Italo disco, synth, post-punk, funk, old NYC favourites, obscure 70s/80s, idm, Detroit and other techno techno, acid, microhouse, bedroom bleeps, mash-ups and loads more.

NOT the same old "dance" or "electronic" selections. And when I play 8ties stuff, it's not the same old tunes everyone was already sick of by 1985. It IS quirky, new, and different, often obscure, always interesting and fun. I play whatever it is I'm feeling, from music for dancing to certifiable chillage and points inbetween. It's a great station for home, work or wherever. Playlists are carefully selected and sound quality is way better than it should be at this bitrate.

Latest station news appears, and is archived here.

Friday, March 05, 2004

And finallly, F* GW Bush. Way to exploit our tragedy for your personal gain. 'Course, it's not the first time, nor will it be the last, although the GOP may have to be a bit more careful about it.

What did Johnny Rotten say in "Holidays in the Sun"?

"Cheap holiday in other people's misery."


And let gay people get married. I can't see the big deal. If you've got no problem with queer folk, then you should have no problem with them getting married. At least the state/civil level; and call it "marriage" with all the attendant benefits thereof. Noone's asking your church to accept it, and they shouldn't. Of course, if you have a problem with gay marriage, I'd be 99.9% percent sure that you have a problem with gay people. Britney Spears has done more harm to the so-called "institution of marriage" than have 3000+ people in San Francisco, and nobody's proposed a constitutional admendment against her. Of course, the harm she did was negligible, and I'm not sure if I'd have a problem with an anti-Britney admendment. Thankfully, she's getting old, and unlike Madonna, noone's gonna give an isht about Britney when she's 40.

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