Listen to our new radio station – soundsory – while browsing the blog!

Posted on 08 November 2010

We’re happy to announce that we’ve created a new webradio station – soundsory – so that you can listen and, perhaps, discover some new sounds while reading the blog. You can also listen directly to the webradio station itself while browsing the web.

The aim of the radio is to broadcast quality, eclectic and twisted tunes. Feel free to let us know what sounds you (dis)like but also to share anything that you believe should be aired.

You can naturally pause the radioplayer (on the right of the screen) if you prefer to read in silence… but you can also spread the word and play it out loud!

UPDATE: Follow soundsory on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Soundsory/177996258879533?v=wall


 


3 responses to Listen to our new radio station – soundsory – while browsing the blog!

  • Willie Bibo says:

    Love your site man keep up the good work

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  • JoeSchmo says:

    Happened to hit your station on itunes a while back. Currently have a huge backlog of artists to listed to building up on spotify after having heard them on soundsory. You play some awesome music – thanks.

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    Making Sense of Things Reply:

    Joeschmo, thanks a lot for your feedback, that’s much appreciated. It’s difficult to find some truly good yet eclectic music these times… so if you have some recommendations on your side, we’re all ears…

    If you are on Facebook, you can join soundsory (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Soundsory/177996258879533?v=wall) – and spread further da good vibe!

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