Zeke Chaparral wrote:Our radio station doesn't discriminate against any music genre. We offer an open mic situation where you can bring in your gear, and have your beats broadcasted across the whole playa on 105.9 FM.
colinrgodsey wrote:Besides, what goes better with flamethrowers than dubstep?
Ugly Dougly wrote:But can you dance to it?
(Looks like a sanshin)
Anyway, we are detouring the OP's thread.
Although it would be great to hear some unique ethnic music on the playa.
Zeke Chaparral wrote:How about Tuvan Throat singing? I uploaded this song on our podcast. LOL
Katiebaby25 wrote:I love dubstep I'll come check you out!
pink wrote:I'd come to hear you throw down some really kicking polka beats. Really. Dubstep, no.
theCryptofishist wrote:pink wrote:I'd come to hear you throw down some really kicking polka beats. Really. Dubstep, no.
With me, Eric and Simon following you.
pink wrote:Nope, yes there is a polka loving contingent on the playa. Do the sound camps cater to those that want accordians and tuba rather than whatever whomp-whomp style is in fashion? It's two-step! Easy to dance to! Yes!
...you're probably just going to find less people willing to ship a tuba to the playa than someone that'll tote a laptop with them.
Elliot wrote:...you're probably just going to find less people willing to ship a tuba to the playa than someone that'll tote a laptop with them.
Yeah, too many wimps. In 2010 I brought two full-size 600-pound pianos. Here's one of them. No-one seems to have caught this guy's name, but he could play like a god. Bringing real musical instruments is worth the effort!
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