anonradio: the next generation

anon and on : about anonradio

There’s no lack of blogs that spread music, often whole albums, that the author feels neglected. Worthy, but that’s not radio. Radio is more of a conducted performance, where the deejay brings together an exciting mix of sound and information that leads the listener into new territory.

AnonRadio has been carrying web radio since the earliest days of the web, long before blogs and CMS were even possible. It started as a punk outlet, went into decline, resurfaced as an eclectic mix of electronics and noise. It’s more about the characters of the deejays, who collect and filter their sometimes inscrutable mixture of sounds. They’re proud to present this music to you at a personal level – the ‘anon’ is somewhat tounge in cheek.

Some of the programming is drawn from existing stations, some is web only, all of it music you may not otherwise catch.

If you would like to be an anon deejay and you can speak into a microphone about eclectic music without blushing, then make contact.

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  1. startlingmoniker said, on April 21, 2008 at 8:32 am

    Hey, I’d like to talk with you a bit about AnonRadio. I didn’t see any e-mail or website contact info here… Comment section seems like a poor way to go about it– can you get in touch? My contact info is at my blog. Thanks!

  2. dave nardone said, on June 20, 2008 at 8:39 am

    Hello folks at Anon,

    On Tuesday, July 22nd – Barge Recordings is releasing the new album by The Fun Years entitled baby, it’s cold inside.

    The Fun Years can be described as a combination of electronic, post-rock and ambient sound-scape music.. for listeners who enjoy the likes of Fennesz, Stars of the Lid, Philip Jeck, Belong, DJ Olive, Growing, etc.

    Here are some press quotes from their debut release on Barge entitled life-sized psychoses:

    “… textures as sensual and natural as the grain of wood, the honeyed ripples of tortoise shell, the veins of marble or indeed the rumpled encaustic of a Johns painting.” – The Wire

    “… a washed out minimal landscape of record crackle, bits of hiss and pop, a dense washed out backdrop for the guitar to sort of drift and shimmer” – Aquarius Records

    “… The Fun Years may have a broader audience than their avant-garde label might lead you to think” – Boston Phoenix

    * If you are interested in hearing this album for potential review or radio play, please respond to this email and we will gladly provide a link to download the MP3 Audio + the full press kit. As an alternative, you can provide me with your mailing address and we will get you a physical copy.

    Thanks for your time,

    Dave Nardone

    dave@bargerecordings.com
    http://www.bargerecordings.com
    617.372.0601

  3. wxl said, on November 9, 2009 at 7:13 pm

    i’ve been wanting to get back into radio again. being a total music junkie from just about every genre imaginable, i have an ever-nagging need to share. radio’s great for that but i’d rather do it on my own time and as a listener i’d rather listen to it on my own time. so that’s had me thinking about the net. and hey i stumble upon this. drop me an email and let’s chat.

  4. electronicmusik said, on April 27, 2010 at 3:47 am

    Hi there

    Be happy for you to feature any of my net labels 100+ releases.

    http://www.archive.org/details/electronic-musik

    will take you there …….. best wishes Ian


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