Dan Sindel's 2006 demo release which is comprised of almost 500 individual guitar tracks (Electric, Acoustic, Nylon, 12 String and Bass guitars) In an adventurous interpretation of George Frideric Handel's most famous Oratorio "The Messiah"... What if the Classical Masters had access to Electric Guitars, Amps, Fuzz Boxes, Wah Wah pedals, Digital Delays, Flangers, Multitrack Hard Disk Recording Devices, Computers and other various Digital Sound Processing toys"? Dan Sindel, a "One Man" Orchestra recreates Orchestral Scores by transposing and transcribing the compositions to fit the guitars tonal range.... Hundreds of layered guitar tracks create a massive electric guitar "Wall of Sound". Very unique!
By Dan Sindel
From Tulsa with Love, it's the debut of the weekly, 1 hour, Hometown Heroes with host Davit Souders. Featuring local and regional artists from Tulsa, Oklahoma and surrounding areas. Includes information on featured artists, history of the city's music scene, and special fun-facts about Tulsa, Oklahoma. Try, just try to guess in what city the yield sign was invented. What celebrities hail from Tulsa, Ok? There's many more than you might think. The Red Alert - Listen To Reasoning Doomsday Junky - Blind Stevedore- Almost Beautiful Tony Romanello - So High Congress Of A Crow - Bad News The Hard Truth - The Collector Erv Felker - Cedar Creek Crooked X - Nightmare The Mudville Project - Kinda Man Brian Parton - Born Bad DDS - Blindsider The Engine Hearts - Hey Woo Produced by Dustin Parkhurst and Diabolical Productions LLC.
Pirate radio legends Hank Hayes and Jim Nazium bring their brand of zany, off the wall radio to the world wide web. Reverb, jingles, rock and roll, celebrity drop ins, sound effects, combined with Hank and Jim's personality results in a wham-band program filled with lots of laughs. It's like your iPOD, on crack! (tm)
By Hank Hayes & Jim Nazium
Hell Raiser is hosted by myself, myself being Alex, and my droog, roommate, and fellow muscian Fed. We broadcast from Rutgers-Newark, on WRNU 103.9. The station is currently undergoing a few major changes and we thought podcasting would be a good way to reach outside the broadcasting confines of Newark. We listen to, play, and love heavy metal, hard rock, and grunge. So if you like those things, give the show a shot. It's free after all, and who doesn't love free.