04 Feb2012Okay, let’s just get to the main course here shall we? No witty banter, clever insights, or lame jokes. Just the important stuff. SOund good? I thought so. Tonight there will be a new Dramatic Reading, and I’ve decided to start having a spotlight comedian of the night. Basically It’s just one particular comedian, who I’ll have pop up on the show multiple times during the night. Whose this weeks? Why it will be The Insomniac himself Dave Atell! So tune in starting at midnight, till who the F knows! See yinz then! Oh Yeah, and listen to the other shows on today to! Like you should be listening to Hawk at the time of this posting!
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03 Feb2012commonly known by her stage name Fever Ray, is the lead vocalist of the electronic duo The Knife, formed with her brother Olof Dreijer. Andersson was previously the vocalist and guitarist of the alternative rock band Honey Is Cool. Andersson released her debut solo album under the name Fever Ray in 2009. Her vocal style is notable for both shrill and deep tones, and also the use of multitracked vocals, with different uses of pitch-shifting technology on each track, creating an intricate, mysterious effect. Many listeners mistake the deep vocals on songs by The Knife for those of her brother. Visually, Dreijer Andersson employs the use of masks, face and body paint, intricate costumes, and other theatrical elements in photo shoots, videos and live performances, during which she often performs behind a gauze screen that partially obscures her from view.
- Fever Ray (2009)
- Live in Luleå (2009)
- “If I Had a Heart” (2008)
- “When I Grow Up” (2009)
- “Triangle Walks” (2009)
- “Seven (2009)
- “Stranger Than Kindness” (2009)
- “Keep the Streets Empty for Me” (2009)
- “Mercy Street” (2010)
- “Wasted” on Robot’s Fake or Real? (2000) – additional vocals
- “Axe Man” on Silverbullit‘s Citizen Bird (2001) – featured vocals
- “Lost in the City Nights” on Yvonne’s Hit That City (2001) – featured vocals
- “What Else Is There?” on Röyksopp‘s The Understanding (2005) – featured vocals
- “Slow” on dEUS‘ Vantage Point (2008) – featured vocals
- “This Must Be It” and “Tricky Tricky” on Röyksopp’s Junior (2009) – featured vocals
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DevelopmentDevelopment Soulcalibur V has been teased about since late 2010 where Daishi Odashima, game director, tweeted that “SC is back!”. The game was officially announced May 11, 2011 at their Level Up Press Conference in Dubai. The character roster will consist of around 30 characters, half of which could be considered new characters. The game will allow the characters to fight in more than 20 stages. Project Soul released the game on January 31, 2012 in the US and February 2nd, 2012 in Japan and Europe. The development of the story mode is being done alongside developer CyberConnect2, the developer that did the .hack series as well as the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja series.
PlotPlot The game takes place during the 17th century, 17 years after the events of Soulcalibur IV, with Nightmare’s death by the hands of Siegfried. The main protagonist isPatroklos and the deuteragonist is Pyrrha, son and daughter of Sophitia and Rothion Alexander and nephew and niece of Cassandra Alexandra. Although no official storyline for the game has been released so far, Patroklos’ storyline says that Pyrrha and Patroklos haven’t had an easy childhood as their mother, Sophitia, was killed by a “malfested” and their father died an untimely death from a disease. Pyrrha was abducted at a young age and remembers nothing of her childhood, including her family ties. Her brother Patroklos, on the other hand, was raised by himself and is now searching his older sister. He also searches and destroys the malfested.
03 Feb2012“NOW & THEN!” Happy February Switchers! I am over the moon excited for tonight’s show. With Mr. Bacon taking the night off, I have stepped up to the plate to bring you THREE HOURS of Pop Perfection! On top of that, I have a huge slew of requests to play through. I was seriously overwhelmed by requests this week and I am so excited I get an extra hour to show them all off. If you missed it last week, you missed me TWIST up the way people request. Instead of choosing a song, I made them choose the artist instead (while I chose the song). So this week we will be spotlighting everybody’s favorite artists of NOW & THEN… that means their favorite POP Artists today and from the past. It’s gonna be an epic show! So set those alarms and make sure you tune in tonight at the special 9:00pm eastern timeslot only on TheSwitchRadio.com! Cheers!!! Follow the MIX @ Blogspot, Facebook, and Twitter!