Showing posts with label Rave the World Radio. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rave the World Radio. Show all posts

12 November, 2022

Party General Rehearsal - Updated

Naughty kids of goodwill or naughty kids in a bad mood are sometimes 🆗 but please, I hope the party will go smoothly.

Output power 2x40 Watts - that's the total capacity, I believe that quiet space, away from the city crowd, for this size of the gathering, is ideal. Only 69 kilometers from Ludbreg Center of the World 😊 will ensure you'll have a first-class party 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

Backup is a portable Bluetooth speaker.


 

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I’m so happy and satisfied, festive to be a part of this global 8 billion-people settlement we call Earth.

02 October, 2022

Updates on Rave the World Radio

The problem with the playlist is now fixed, you can download the 'm3u ' playlist directly.



 

16 September, 2022

Mixing Music Stuff

This is my first music mashup, I hope you'll like it ⬇

Monolink - Return To Oz (ARTBAT Remix) (Edit) - Luka Jagor AltMix



Luka Jagor: Rave the World Radio https://www.ravetheworldradio.com/

09 July, 2021

Rave the World Radio Just Opened - 24/7 Service

And everything I had to know
I heard it on my radio
Queen - Radio Ga Ga
In the 1930s, Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels led the charge to create a radio cheap enough that even workers could own one.
JSTOR Daily
It's weird(o) that television signal was force-changed from analog television to digital television (now 2nd generation in EU), but radio always stays the same analog FM - analogue to gossip.

More on My View of Materialism.

Rave the World Radio is different, it's a free, hybrid, underground radio station - an enthusiastic project from a hyperactive dreamer, me.

Special thanks to all the artists composing beautiful music.

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