Random – and often strange – music with a bit of less random – yet often strange – talk is what you’ll get with Rynski’s Shattered Reality Internet radio show at www.Party934.com.
Party934.com is an online radio alternative for listeners sick of stations that play one song followed by 500 commercials. We play two songs and then 500 commercials – please note I’m kidding. No commercials.
It is also the place to check out different personalities, known as party mixologists, and musical tastes from around the world.
Mixologists range from yours truly Rynski in Tucson to Life in Mono in Germany, from Pied Piper in Texas to Lady Bass in Canada. Others hail from Italy, Alaska, Delaware, Colorado, England and New Jersey.
Administrator Scott McWilliams, who divides his time between Miami and Chicago, is also known as Party Mixologist Eyetricks and the mastermind behind the station.
Rynski’s Shattered Reality debuts its second season Wednesday, June 16 (today!) and every Wednesday thereafter. Showtime is noon in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST.
What: Rynski’s Shattered Reality Internet radio show
When: Every Wednesday for one hour
Time: Noon in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST
Click and take a listen LIVE – or, if you missed the time slot, check out the recording to be posted after the fact
The June 16 debut of Rynski’s Shattered Reality was largely marred by a fuzzy microphone, so I will not be posting its recording.
But please get ready for smoother sailing – and a brand new mic – for next week’s show on Wednesday, June 23.
As per e-mailed request, I am providing the playlist from this week’s show.
Playlist for June 16 Rynski’s Shattered Reality:
Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble – Cold Shot
The Doors – Not to Touch the Earth
Pink Martini – The Gardens of Sampson and Beasley
New Monsoon – Copper Mine
Primus – Kalamazoo
Alanis Morisette – So Unsexy
The Majic Dragon – The Worm
Beatles – Dear Prudence
Violent Femmes – Please Do Not Go
Willie Nile – Lonesome Dark-Eyed Beauty
Alice in Chains – Dirt
Young Marble Giants – Searching for Mr. Right
Thievery Corporation – The Mirror Conspiracy
Next week’s hopefuls include music by Renaissance for Radmax, Eric Heithaus’s band Ancient Astronauts, a song relating to Arkansas for Ferrari Bubba and, for Leftfield, one version or another of Kumbaya.
Feel free to leave comments below for possible inclusion in the broadcast. Also feel free to request songs, which I will try to fulfill for the following week.
Also welcome music from local bands or others with obscure or interesting music. E-mail MP3 of song(s), requests or comments to email@example.com
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