We are the negative image of a
record label, an antilabel. Our goal is to render the standard record company
model obsolete by allowing musicians the ability to disseminate and sell their
own material themselves.
Through an open system called mp3
which lets you broadcast music over the Internet.
You can get an mp3 player for free and listen to hundreds of thousands of pieces of music that people have uploaded to the Internet. You can get all sorts of players and much more information from mp3.com.
While mp3 works amazingly well, we are still at the dawn of the internet age. Though we have made every effort to prepare our material so that it can be played by everyone on any computer, you will probably hear strange artefacts and experience the occasional drop-out. Think of yourself as listening to a crystal radio at the turn of the last century...
Feel free to send your experiences
and thoughts to radio@extremeNY.com.
You can find it here.
Or you can paste this link into
This service is provided to us
free courtesy of live365.com.
You can get all sorts of useful help from mp3.com.
Or please send email to radio@extremeNY.com
with any problems or any comments you like!
Please send email to orders@extremeNY.com. You can get the album titles from some of the mp3 players, if you're fast enough (see "dawn of the internet age" above for the standard apology here.) We'll soon have a nice catalogue where you can see the album covers, hear the material, and generally hang out.
We use the excellent service named paypal.com which lets anyone accept credit card billings for no cost. (Prediction: this sort of service will replace money soon). Click here to register and get a free $5 for both of us.
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