Dhughan here, recommending Music For Builders. Whilst messing about with floating lanterns that fell 500 metres and buried themselves in abandoned mines in Steelhead St Helens, I listened to an excellent programme, hosted live by Carter Denja. Radio Riel is essential to maintaining one’s cool while excavating down to the Second Life water table to find physical objects set to float… wait for it! on the surface.
My other floating lantern, which Miss Bug made in a class project, floats so enthusiastically that it would go into space if not constrained by a ceiling.
Clearly, more study (my take, break, remake method) is required.
Soothing music will be required in vast quantities. Thank goodness for Radio Riel.O
Tango Night is back! Tonight’s Monday Night World Music explores the heart-racing thrill of this Argentine music form. From masters of the orchestral form like Astor Piazzola, to legendary vocalists like Carlos Gardel and Julio Sosa, to the modern electrotango pioneers like Carlos Libedinsky and the Gotan Project – get ready to dance the night away in sultry style.
This was an excellent show, wonderful music, and hope to tune in again. I usually stay on the Riel Reverie stream, but the Main channel has interesting programs with actual hosts.
Dhughan Froobert is a Steampunk resident in Second Life who putters around with prims and takes pictures of same. He occasionally manifests as a small Victorian otter.