Radio ThaSauce Live — Tonight @ 8pm EST

It’s that time of week once again! Tonight I will be hosting another episode of Radio ThaSauce Live where I will be talking about the VG Arrangement community, events, news, and gaming!  I’ll also be playing music from OverClocked ReMix, ReMix:ThaSauce, RKO and more!
Here’s how to listen in:

Join the chat here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/radio-thasauce-live

If you’d like to make a request, you can do so by joining the official ThaSauce IRC channel on the Enterthegame server!

IRC server: irc.enterthegame.com:6667
Channel: #thasauce

Look for me, Dyne, in that channel!  I take requests throughout the evening, and usually play most if not all requests.

I hope to see you on Ustream tonight!

Radio ThaSauce Live

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been hosting a makeshift radio show called Radio ThaSauce Live.  I play requests, talk about news, and generally have a good time with it.  So far, I’ve had quite a few listeners, but I’m ready for some more.  I think the show is great, and a lot of people who’ve listened to it like it.  So I wanted to get the word out that I’m continuing onward with it.

So let’s give you some stats on the show itself.  It started about
six weeks ago, back in February, when VGM: Very Good Music aired its
last show.  About two weeks after that, I started up Radio ThaSauce
Live, first with a pilot episode to test out how things would run, and
then finally the following week, and subsequently, with weekly shows
that run at least 2 hours, sometimes more.

I’ve had at least 14
unique listeners since I switched from StickAM, which was the original
site I was using for streaming, to the new and much more reliable (so
far) Ustream.tv.  Ustream has the same principle idea as StickAM, but
presents it much, much more easily than StickAM.

I look forward
to each and every new show, and I plan on doing themed nights where I
focus on either a single scene, for example “retro remix night” and
“compo night” which were themed appropriately, and featured music from
Remix.Kwed.Org and Compos: ThaSauce.  These nights were especially fun
because I could cut loose with music many haven’t heard in awhile, or
even before.

So to continue this new tradition of playing
awesome tunes, and having loads of fun, I’m going to be broadcasting
for as long as I, or my sanity, can take it.  Which, for you, should be
a long time!  So how do you check out the show?  Why you go to
ustream.tv of course! But allow me to direct link you to the site so
you might easily find the show!

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/radio-thasauce-live

I’ve
also found, through exploration, that I can embed both video and chat
from the site onto another site.  So look for an easier to use
interface in the near future!

Showtime is Friday night at 8pm
Eastern, every friday.  Now, please keep in mind, my work schedule is
changing, so I will be changing the show’s night from Friday to
Saturday to compensate, because I want this show to continue on and I
don’t plan on stopping any time soon!

The date of the first
saturday show will be Saturday May 2nd, at 8pm Eastern.  For those of
you in another time zone, I will help you out a bit by giving you a
rundown of US time zones and zones in Hawaii, London and Stockholm.

US
Eastern Standard (-5): 8pm
Central Standard (-6): 7pm
Mountain Standard (-7): 6pm
Pacific Standard (-8): 5pm
Hawaii-Aleutian Standard (-10): 3pm

Europe
London, England (+5): 2am
Stockholm, Sweden (+6): 3am

For everyone else, please refer to this site: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/

You will be able to track your time zone from there, if you use one.

VGM: Very Good Music Finale

VGM: Very Good Music,
my weekly video game music radio show, airs Friday night at 10PM EST. This
week’s show is the final show of VGM, so don’t miss it. Cohosts are sure to be present in some form or another,
so tune in to find out who’s harassing me this week. Make sure to join #vgm on EnterTheGame to chat with other listeners too.
VGM:
Very Good Music features video game remixes, tracks from game OSTs, and
even original
non-vg tracks from composers and remixers. Whether it’s showcasing new
releases, dusting off the oldies (HA!), or playing popular requests,
you’re sure to get tracks from a variety of websites, games, remixers,
and genres. Come hang out with me this
and every Friday night with VGM: Very Good Music!

VGM: Very Good Music

VGM: Very Good Music, my weekly video game music radio show, airs TONIGHT at 10PM EST. This week, I round out the top tracks from ’08 from all over the internet (and beyond!). Cohosts are sure to be present in some form or another, so tune in to find out who’s harassing me this week. Make sure to join #vgm on EnterTheGame to chat with other listeners too.
VGM: Very Good Music features video game remixes, tracks from game OSTs, and even original
non-vg tracks from composers and remixers. Whether it’s showcasing new releases, dusting off the oldies (HA!), or playing popular requests, you’re sure to get tracks from a variety of websites, games, remixers, and genres. Come hang out with me this
and every Friday night with VGM: Very Good Music!

Liontamer’s VG Frequency Blog: VGM arrangement community shilling at its finest

Liontamer, in the VG Frequency thread at OCR, writes:

“In an effort to have another outlet for my video game music fandom/geekery, I’ve finally moved forward with a blog. Check it out at http://vgfrequency.blogspot.com. We’re big pimpin’. We’re spendin’ cheese.”

Larry’s first blog post, How a Russo-Nigerian Stallion Found Video Game Music, Part 1: The Games, outlines the very beginning of his interest in video game music. Part 2 (Radio) and Part 3 (OCR) will be posted soon. In Larry’s words, “It’s all scintillating material.”

VGM: Post-Valentine’s Edition

D-Lux writes:
Hey look, it’s Friday again! So I know you all are prepared for VGM: Very Good Music tonight, right? We have a guest host this week, new bumpers, and .. umm .. very good music as usual. Join us in IRC at 10PM as Nerd King plays nerd music for nerds who like to nerd around with other nerds. Can you dig it?
Direct Link to IRC Channel
Link to Shoutcast Stream