Radio Nosferatu's Articles
Radio Nosferatu's DJ's and Staff sometime write
articles on whatever comes to mind, be it a movie they saw or some
kind of special report found in the news.
September 11th, 2002
“What the hell is
I imagine a lot of people listen to some of the stuff that
gets played on Radio Nosferatu and think to themselves: ”That’s
not goth! That’s not industrial!” Well, guess what, bubaleh –
that’s not what we’re all about.
Now, before anybody whines “But that’s what it says on
your main page!” cool
your jets. If you came to Radio Nosferatu looking for some station
that grinds out twenty- four hour a day “Black Number One”,
you’ve come to the wrong people. There are umpteen stations out
there that do exclusively gothic/industrial music. If that’s your
bag, then good for you. Myself, I’d rather not be tied down to one
given musical style. It’s much less dull that way. However, please
go look at our request pages, as you plainly have not done yet. We
have a rather large amount of gothic and industrial music in our
playlist. It is, without question, our raison d’etre. But we are
far from being bound to those musical styles.
Now, let’s put in emphasis something I mentioned: our
request lists. If you don’t particularly like what’s being
played at the moment, then go to the request pages and request
something you do want to hear. This is accomplished, I should
say, by clicking on the “vote” link beside each song.
Perhaps, having visited the request lists, you don’t find a
particular tune you want to hear. What you do at that point is let
us know what you want to hear. How, you may ask? Find me on Undernet
in channel #RadioNosferatu , or maybe drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org
with “Radio Nosferatu Song Request” in the topic line. We’re
working on other ways, and I’ll be letting you know about those as
soon as they get finalized.
Goths, by nature, are a pretty diverse group of people. What
I want to do with Radio Nosferatu is reflect that diversity. But
you, the listener, are an important part of the process. So get
involved, folks. It’s that simple.