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Bomberna Faller - a d-beat radio in swedish

Discussion in 'Music, punk scene & subcultures' started by Starfighter, Jul 4, 2022.

  1. Starfighter

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    Quick description

    Bomberna Faller is my podcast about new/upcoming d-beat raw punk. It's in swedish but even non-swedes should be able to enjoy it quite a bit as I'm not talking much.

    History
    Back in 2017 I was tired of missing out on all the records and cassettes that was released without me knowing about it and when I found out they were almost always sold out. So I decided to make an effort, I talked to contacts and looked online a few times a week for upcoming albums, new bands and so forth. I didn't have a lot to do back then so I made it into a little radio show inspired by similar shows from when I was a kid. It was a fun project to fiddle with when I was just sitting around. Then my friends told me I should make it public, and after a bit of hesitation I did. The formula is "present and play a track from six new/upcoming d-beat raw punk releases every episode and keep it at the length of an EP". As of today I've done 105 episodes and featured almost 450 different bands worldwide.

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    Wow Starfighter! I'm in awe, even more than
    before, if thats possible! aint ashamed
     
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    Yeah, I second that what aint ashamed said. That's really cool !!! (bookmarked it) I listened to some of it and I don't really mind the talking at all, even if I can't understand it. Now that you mentioned it, I quite enjoy hearing spoken swedish. It's a very beautiful language.
     
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    Aw, you guys are so kind! :) Thank you!
     
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    Starfighter, I was browsing through my hard drive collection of swedish HC looking for rare stuff that may be of interest to you. Most of it was really hard for me to get hold of. It's all older stuff I remember from my youth and some of it was only released on cassette or ep. Some of these also tend to have kind of a unique style which wasn't copied a lot if at all.
    Let me know if you're interested in featuring any of them in your upload project. I could of course just upload them myself but I think they'd be more at home in your project.
    Here's the list. I think they all have covers and band pics, etc.

    16 Blåsare Utan Hjärna
    Ab Hjärntvätt
    Anti-Hund Mina
    Arabens Anus
    Black Uniforms
    Dom Där
    Herraids
    Krunch
    Rea Respirator
    Snobb Slakt
    Sound Of Disaster
     
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    Oh, that's cool! AB Hjärntvätt, Arabens Anus, Black Uniforms, Dom Där and Snobbslakt are pretty common to find in the wild but I've never even heard of some of those other bands! :D I must check this out. What releases with the bands are we talking about?
     
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    Sorry bout the delay.......................... had to go slaughter a pig :p
    Alright, here's what i've got:
    16 Blåsare Utan Hjärna - (7 tracks, 2 band pics, no other info) prob. not fit for upload
    Anti-Hund Mina - Demo 1985
    Anti-Hund Mina - (just 9 random tracks possibly from various comps) prob. not fit for upload
    Herraids & Rapt - Hans Lösmohikan (Split Demo) 1986
    Krunch - Mys & Kel (1985) lp or ep, not sure
    Krunch - När Varje Dag Är Ett Snesteg (1984) lp
    Krunch - Tjafs & Dalt (1985) ep
    Rea Respirator - Släpp Loss Alla Band (demo tape 2)
    S.O.D. - Lagar Och Förordningar EP 2005
    S.O.D. - Speak Swedish Or Die (1990) 7''
     
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    No worries, I had to bring down the government so I was also busy. :)

    Here's the result:
    Anti-Hund Mina - Demo 1985: on youtube
    Herraids & Rapt - Hans Lösmohikan: on youtube
    Krunch - Mys & Kel: on youtube
    Krunch - När Varje Dag Är Ett Snedsteg: NOT on youtube
    Krunch - Tjafs & Dalt: on youtube
    Rea Respirator - Släpp Loss Alla Band: on youtube
    S.O.D - Lagar Och Förordningar: on youtube
    S.O.D - Speak Swedish Or Die: on youtube

    First of all, thank you SO much for this lesson in (for me) forgotten swedish punk history! I've had a blast listening to it. Unfortunately almost everything is up on youtube, disqualifying it for my project (impossible to find anywhere and risks being erased from history), but Krunch - När Varje Dag Är Ett Snedsteg doesn't seem to be up anywhere. Sure, some stray tracks can be found on youtube but not the release in its entirety. That would very much fit! If you want I can upload that to my project and you can upload the rest on here yourself! How do you want to send it to me, a cloud link or an email?
     
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    Maybe send me both links (that is, email and cloud link). I've never sent a large file (around 30MB) via email before and that MAY cause a problem, however 7zip does have a feature "archive & send via email" that I might want to try first. If I do run into any problems then I'll try the cloud link route.
     
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    The very best way is to use Sprend! We used it all the time back when I did a podcast with friends and we had to send our audio via mail to each other. Sprend is a service that let's you send larger files to someones mail, all you need is their adress and you're good. No sign up, no cost, nothing. Go here, choose your file and send it to starfighterjohansson@outlook.com and it's done. :D

    (Edit: By using the free version of Sprend you can't really keep any history and sent files are deleted from their servers after a week, but it's more than enough for cases like these.)
     
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    Ok, the deed is done! Nice 'n easy. You can now download it!
    I just took a closer look at your t-shirt and I noticed that's actually an image of you on there. I didn't recognize you at first. Looks pretty sick! You look like a bank robber or sumthing lol.
    Btw, no offence, but you've got pretty weak beer up there in Sweden, it seems. My staple beer is Black Label, btw. it has 5.1%, not the strongest you can get though :)

    EDIT: uh, 5.5% sorry, I'm selling myself short {peur}
     
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    Thanks, I'll get to uploading it as soon as possible!

    In Sweden 3,5% is the limit to what's allowed to be sold in regular stores, for "real" alcohol we have to go to a place called Systembolaget. It's a government owned chain of stores that sell all the regular stuff. My main beer (because it's one of the cheapest brands) is Pripps 5% and when I'm feeling extra thirsty I go with Pripps Extra Stark 7,2%.

    When I'm low on cash and don't really care about getting drunk (it's hard to get drunk on stuff under 4% imo), I go with this weaker beer since it's even cheaper. :) (Pripps 5% = 1.2€, Burgenfels 3,5% = 0.7€)
     
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    Ah, I see. I think the vikings would go absolutely berserk if they saw that! I think it's the same
    as in Finland where the sale of alcohol strictly is regulated by the state? I think there you're
    only allowed to purchase a limited amount at a time. Strange when you think that despite this
    Finland still has among of the highest alcohol consumption per capita in the world. There's
    gotta be a lot of home brews and illegal distillaries operating there.
    Yeah 5% is a good balance.
    I googled (I really hate that term) strongest beers and there's one called Snake Poison
    with 67.5%!!! Imagine gulping down a six-pack of those...
     
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    The very best way is to use Sprend! We used it all the time back when I did a podcast with friends and we had to send our audio via mail to each other. Sprend is a service that let's you send larger files to someones mail, all you need is their adress and you're good. No sign up, no cost, nothing. Go here, choose your file and send it to starfighterjohansson@outlook.com and it's done. :D

    (Edit: By using the free version of Sprend you can't really keep any history and sent files are deleted from their servers after a week, but it's more than enough for cases like these.)[/QUOTE]

    Thanks For Hot Tip! I Will Try This, Next Time I Share Something,
    Since ULOZ Is A Bit Of A Clusterfuck. aint ashamed
     

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