The Exotica Project on Boing Boing

The Exotica Project got a nice write-up on Boing Boing today.  Gratifying to see the site finding some traction amongst non-record-people.  Thanks Bill Barol!

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6 Responses to The Exotica Project on Boing Boing

  1. Uncle Craig says:

    Ah, the bleak mid-winter! Our Hyde Park Fixer-Upper’s indoor plumbing reminds me of a Ruidoso outhouse at Christmas. At least we have the Exotica Project, (is there an internet yet in Ruidoso?). Stay warm, compadre, and come see the big city where Margaritae spring from every corner, and Uncle Craig springs for the Margaritae. Just stumbled upon a copy of “Desire Develops ans Edge”, and am finally learning something after my half-life without it—now you hip me to “Broadcast”! Keep keeping me young, and perhaps I’ll survive my 25th SXSW. Come Play—Craig

  2. Little Danny says:

    Haha, good to hear from you Craig! I will forever proselytize for Broadcast.

  3. Jessica says:

    Pacific Northwest is to Texas as Marfa is to Austin, and Boing Boing brings it all together. Who knew I would read about my old dear friend Dan Shiman on the innerweb? I am so glad to see/hear that you are living radio in West Texas, and that Office Naps is alive and well – as am I in the PDX. Thank gawd for it!

  4. unclejosh says:

    Little Danny

    Awesome work, really appreciate all the music and graphics.

    Contact me – would like to chat briefly.

    Thanks

    UJ

  5. Alain says:

    The Exotica Project is amazing and wonderful. Any way you could post the songs as downloadable MP3′s, as on the (also wonderful) Office Naps site, though? Thanks.

  6. Little Danny says:

    Alain: Thanks for your kind words. Audio on the Exotica Project will remain stream-only for the foreseeable future.

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