What does this mean for you? Well, for one, it should mean more of a variety of “stuff” linked by us – I’ve already updated the site with our Fresh KRUD radio shows we’ve done in the past, being broadcast now by us for the first time (I think… it’s hard to remember these days, hah…). If we’re able to, I’d like to do more of these little radio-shows as podcasts if possible.
I’ve also linked to two of the most popular requests for Radio KRUD, and that’s the out of print albums “Music from Star Wars” by the Electronic Moog Orchestra, as well as “Songs and Sounds of the Sea” sampler by National Geographic in the KRUD library. Hopefully we’ll be able to bring to you more items as we’re able!
Most of the posts from the old site have been able to be imported over to here, but we’ll still be keeping the old site up and working for archive’s sake.
We’ve also improved the submission process if you have a band or album you’d like us to review – everything now just needs to be sent to email@example.com and that’ll just forward out to us from there, or if you need to contact us directly our addresses are firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. As always, don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding the site!
We’ve got a few albums that have been sent to us that we’ve had time to listen to but haven’t been able to write about quite yet, so sit tight and those should be coming up in the near future.
Isn’t this a great way to begin ROCKTOBER? I think so!