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Friday, October 28, 2005

podcast: The Apparat Programme

From the ashes of the Superbust Mixtape podcast, Warren Ellis brings us The Apparat Programme: broadcast at ninety-six kilobits per second in broadband. Episode 3 "news from nowhere" was released today. Hit the link above for the track listing and direct download. The feed is available here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Apparat

Mr. Ellis collects the best in music from independent artists who make their tracks available on the web. If you want your music to be considered for the programme, you can send your mp3s to [email protected].

He doesn't seem to stick to any one genre. Though there are definite dark/goth/industrial influences, describing it as such doesn't really do the selection justice. I guess you'll just have to listen and see if agree with his tastes.

[update: not to be confused with this apparat. -vitriolix]


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