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Blog posts April 2022

Important Information:

Important Information: We have received notice of our impending removal from the Tunein platform. We have requested more information in regard to any allegations made against us. We will provide updates here in due course.

Update 4th May: We have requested more details which have not been forthcoming, we have however learn't that other stations have been sent the exact same email.

Update 7th May: It has become apparent that current action being taken by Tunein is in relation to a court case within the UK and concerning any Radio Station who broadcasts to the UK. Every station is being asked to declare and prove it's legal status regarding copyright. We have communicated our status as a private entity and our copyright standing. As yet our future on Tunein is still unclear.

Update 4th July: Redundant stream IP's have now been removed from Tunein but our current and main channel remains active. We have recieved no further correspondence from Tunein and are therefore hopeful the matter has been resolved.

In the meantime, we recommend the Radio Garden and V Radio applications.

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'Awaiting your Return' by Richard Zelada

Pre-release, the new album 'Awaiting your Return' by Richard Zelada is now featuring on Moon Phase Radio.



Richard Zelada is a Creator of Sounds. He says, "My goal is to push Boundaries and remind people that Originality still exist. You don't have to sound and look the same as everyone else to share with the world your Abilities. Be Who you were born to BE. LEAD not Follow"

His new album 'Awaiting for You' is released on Tuesday 12th April.

Track listing:

1) Fallen Kingdom    
2) Voodoo Bones
3) Hidden Soul     
4) Punishment  
5) Master Plan
6) Untouchable  
7) True Nature

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'Forgive' by downtempo chill producer Liminka

New single 'Forgive' by downtempo chill producer Liminka now featuring on Moon Phase Radio.



Rising downtempo chill producer Liminka will be releasing his sophomore single, ‘Forgive’ on the 1st of April via Deep Heads. The song follows the release of ‘Where Are You Now’, his debut single under the Liminka alias, which was supported by Stereofox. The producer has previously released work under the Sidi alias, for which he received support from XLR8R. Liminka’s music touches on many different influences across the electronic music spectrum.

Born in Finland, raised in Germany, and currently based in Austria, Andreas Kühn has entered the world of music under numerous names, the latest being Liminka. As a teenager, he played drums and saxophone in a few bands but became more serious about creating music when he discovered music production software at the age of 16, after which he would begin to incorporate both the guitar and rolling electronic elements into his work. The ever-evolving producer studied Electroacoustic Composition at Bauhaus University in Weimar and Music Technology in Helsinki.

Within his latest single, the listener can hear that Liminka is influenced by deep, immersive electronic producers with an ear for detail and raw emotion-driven music. While creating the atmospheric track, the producer found inspiration in the works of Boards of Canada, Kruder & Dorfmeister, Bonobo, David Holmes and Fennesz to name a few. His own sound would like itself at home next to the likes of Bonobo, Massive Attack and Portico Quartet on any lo-fi collector’s shelf.

Within ‘Forgive’ we can find the theme of detailed, expressive electronic music which makes it a stand-out track from the upcoming EP. It starts off with light strokes of pads in the recording that perfectly fit the drums, with the baseline slotting into the mix with ease as the track continues. As the track progresses, all parts become more intense and immersive, highlighted by masterfully mixing. A touch of sheer class on this one.

Speaking of the single, Liminka tells us: “This song was written during a difficult phase in a relationship. I wanted to make something that carried sadness and heaviness, and how these feelings can turn into actual conflicts when they’re not expressed. At the end of the song, I wanted to give this feeling of guilt and sorrow after a big fight, like someone saying “I’m so sorry” after the damage has already been done.”

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