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THE HISTORY OF SURF MUSIC: In 1961 Leo Fender invented the 6G15 which for many years was regarded as the most important development in the history...THE HISTORY OF SURF MUSIC: In 1961 Leo Fender invented the 6G15 which for many years was regarded as the most important development in the history of surf music. Then not much happened for a while. In July 2013 I invented SRR which for the first time ever enabled surf bands new and established to reach a fan base. In 2018 I outdid both myself and Leo Fender by inventing DripFeed the MOST POWERFUL set of broadcasting and promotion tools in the world.
In 2021 DripFeed has been made accessible to humans and that includes you. This is the first time ever that surf music radio stations have become truly interactive, in real time across the globe. What you see and hear now is 5% of what DripFeed is capable of. Who knows what the future holds, but if our positronic brains continue to grow at this pace there’s going to be a lot of ripping surf bands taking over the interweb.
Here are some things that DripFeed can do now:
- Social network that controls Facebook, Twitter, IG and linked in profiles
- Radio Stations (up to 20 TB music storage capacity)
- Gig calendar (automated promotion)
- Radio show calendar (automated promotion)
- Automated music submission and playlisting (delivery to DJs)
- Surf Music Registry (containing information on everything ever released)
- Chart system
- band interviews
- live broadcasts
- stream ads
- listener to station voice messaging
- now playing info links to music stores
These are some things on the roadmap for the near future
- bandcamp style music store (no fees?)
- digital aggregator
- vinyl manufacturing
- music publishing (collect royalties)
- music mastering
- music reviews
- editorial content
- import all Facebook and IG content to dripfeed
- import all of sg101 and spin the content into unique articles
- bands can run ads against their own content
DripFeed does all of this through a clean and uncluttered interface that works on all devices. In addition it is not a privacy risk like Facebook. The clean interface alone make making the switch worthwhile. I’m not saying that surf bands should abandon Facebook and Instagram, just that it’s easier and more efficient to use dripfeed to control what and when content is posted on those platforms. Show more
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Hello - Thanks for adding me - I'm new to the UK Surf Rock scene .. just discovered it. I work with a new UK artist .. we've been struggling to...Hello - Thanks for adding me - I'm new to the UK Surf Rock scene .. just discovered it. I work with a new UK artist .. we've been struggling to 'find' her genre until I stumbled upon "Surf Rock" as a contemporary thing - and Jordan Taylour fits nicely. I'm a fan of the old California scene and delighted to discover the music and vibe is still going strong and growing. I'm also a Producer working at a well known Midlands UK studio and happy to contribute on any matters regarding recording. We are also sponsored by a great UK family company - LANEY. Show more
Hi - and thank you for accepting me. I work with a new UK Surf Rockstyle artist 'Jordan Taylour' and I'm so pleased to find this site via Surf Rock...Hi - and thank you for accepting me. I work with a new UK Surf Rockstyle artist 'Jordan Taylour' and I'm so pleased to find this site via Surf Rock Radio. I'd love to hear other UK Surf Rock artists and find out more about the UK scene. Show more
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