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Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 20 Oct 2020 7:00 pm
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Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 20 Oct 2020 7:00 pm
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Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 20 Oct 2020 7:00 pm
Get in by Oct. 30th for a nine-part layaway plan that starts with only $22 down.

Next Step to a Filing Window for New Noncommercial FM Stations – FCC Asks for Comments on Limits on How Many Applications One Applicant Can Submit

Delivered... David Oxenford | Scene | Tue 20 Oct 2020 4:08 pm

The FCC yesterday issued a Public Notice announcing that it will in fact be opening a window for the filing of applications for new reserved-band noncommercial FM stations (those stations operating in the portion of the FM band below 92.1 FM, which is reserved for noncommercial educational broadcasters).  We anticipated that this window was coming in our articles here and here.  In yesterday’s Public Notice, the FCC asked for comments on its proposal to limit any applicant to ten applications nationwide in the upcoming window.  The window will open probably next year, after the FCC resolves this question on the maximum number of applications in which one party can have an interest.

The ten-application limit has been used by the FCC in the past to limit the number of applications filed in the window to hopefully speed processing times and avoid some situations where applications end up being mutually exclusive with each other (i.e., where some of the applications filed cannot be granted without creating destructive technical interference to each other, causing the FCC to have to use their point system analysis to determine which application to grant – see our articles here and here on the point system).  Of course, limiting the number of applications could have the unintended impact of preventing some parties from filing applications in smaller markets and rural areas, saving their applications for areas in which they are likely to reach the most people.  In the Public Notice, the FCC asks for comments as to the impact of a ten-application limit and whether some other number (or no maximum at all) would be more appropriate.  Comments on this proposal will be due 15 days after this Notice is published in the Federal Register and Reply Comments will be due 25 days after that publication.

Novation-Aphex Twin AFX Station synth is here – so what is it, exactly?

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 20 Oct 2020 4:01 pm

After weeks of teasing, Novation and Aphex Twin have revealed their collaboration, the limited edition AFX Station synth.

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Mirwais on producing Madonna: ‘I’m not comparing her to a bull but –’

Delivered... Michael Cragg | Scene | Tue 20 Oct 2020 3:35 pm

The electrofunk star is releasing an apocalyptic anthem fuelled by Trump, Covid and Kubrick’s 2001. He talks about his Afghan origins, overcoming drugs – and his role in Madonna’s yoga rap

Mirwais Ahmadzaï is trying to sum up his frequent collaborator Madonna. “You know bullfighting?” he begins ominously. “It works because the bull is so powerful that you have to weaken it.” Right. “Look, I’m not comparing Madonna to a bull,” he quickly adds, “but she was so powerful at that time.”

The Parisian, who turns 60 on Friday, peppers our 90-minute phone call with similar flights of fancy, ponderously linking Brexit to Baudrillard and dropping situationist truth bombs. And he has witnessed that power up close. A cult musician in France since the late 70s, and cited as an influence by the likes of Air and Daft Punk, Ahmadzaï was plucked from the sidelines by Madonna in 1999. He helped coax out her most experimental era, bolting his brand of heavily filtered, minimalist electrofunk on to the superstar’s 11m-selling album Music. His sonic fingerprints were all over two singles that immediately slotted into the already heaving Madge canon: the delicious electro-bounce of the title track and thigh-slapping country curio Don’t Tell Me.

Like the monoliths in 2001: A Space Odyssey that appear at a change in society, it's the right time for my album

I like to be provocative … I was an artist before Madonna. This is one of the secrets of our relationship

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