I received my new Zoom H2 Handy Recorder in the mail today. I can’t wait to try it out. I will definitely be bringing it on my trip to San Francisco this weekend (October 6-8), and look forward to using it to make LEESEAN.net and Hepnova.com demos, field recordings and podcasts in the future.
A Portrait of the Artists as Hot Young Freaks, a biography of Hepnova (the band formerly known as The Ronald Raygun), by Jon Rodis (pictured sitting above).
Stay tuned for the new Hepnova album late 2007/early 2008!
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(Above) Bjork concert at the United Palace on May 5, 2007. Credit: Stephanie Berger
Last night, I listened to NPR’s live internet stream of Konono No. 1 and Björk playing live from the United Palace in NYC. Isn’t technology wonderful? You can still hear the concert online at the NPR Music website and download the full concert by subscribing to the All Songs Considered podcast.
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