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German New Wave (or “Cold Wave” if you prefer) group Malaria were one of the most interesting groups to come out of Germany in the early 1980s. The all female band was formed by an alliance of Berlin art scenesters Gudrun Gut—an early member of Einstürzende Neubauten—and Bettina Köster. Both had [...]
Amazing early footage of The Clash during the “White Riot tour,” shot at Sussex University, Brighton, on May 25th 1977. Pity about the crazed speed-freak cutting between cameras and the herky-jerky camera work, but what can you do? Be happy someone thought to shoot it.
In part one they play “Capital Radio,” “Protex Blue,” [...]
While my interest in heavy metal music is peripheral at best, I’m incredibly fascinated by one of the great incongruities of music subcultures: how can an outcast group, formed on the margins, manage to marginalize people?
Much has been made of Riot Grrl, formed as a response to hyper-macho punk scenes, but [...]
The following is a list of products which use solar panels to power their operation.
Solar air conditioning
Solar cell phone charger
Solar powered compacting trashcan
Solar golf cart
Solar powered calculator
Solar powered desalination unit
Solar powered fountain
Solar powered pump
Solar powered radio
Solar powered refrigerator
Solar powered watch
Solar road stud
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The founders of Canadian Ensign Records dont like studios that look like real estate offices and smell like the domestic gate at the Winterpeg airport. Worse yet are record companies that look and sound the same, all the while catering to anyone who has the money to pay for it.
Radio Shangri La with guest Chris McDougall by Radio Shangri La on Mixcloud
‘Today with have impresario Chris McDougall on the island discussing his time in 80’s L.A. mixing it up with spandex rock cults to his present day outfit The Duel via the magic of Arthur Lee and his rider.
So tune [...]
Kelvin Doe’s neighborhood in Sierra Leone has power lines, but they seldom deliver electricity. So, the 16-year-old whiz kid built his own battery out of acid, soda, and metal parts scavenged from trash bins that he now uses to light up area homes and help him work on his own inventions.
Heart FM’s very own breakfast radio personality, Lynsey Bartlett will be among the panel of judges taking part in the process to select a winner in Southern’s newest competition, ‘Makin Tracks’. Part of the Tom, Lynsey and Jack breakfast show team, Lynsey agreed to become one of the judges following an invitation from Southern’s [...]