Gamers Radio is Slowly Rising Out Of The Ashes

Wow, has it really been almost 5 years since I’ve posed to Gamers Radio? I’ve had plans to move from Joomla to WordPress for nearly 7 years, but I just seemed to let it slide. Having a bit of time, I worked through the import process and finally moved most everything over to WordPress. There is still a lot of cleanup to do on old stories, but I’m determined to get through it.

You may notice the theme is rather basic. I’m going to leave it that way for now. I used to spend days on end putting together new themes for the site with the help of Raze, but right now I just need to get back to the basics and find my grove. Speaking of Raze, the header you see was put together by him about 7 years ago. I bet he never thought I would use it. It’s still awesome. I wonder if he’s still out there somewhere.

Speaking of groove. I’ve been struggling what I should do with this site. It’s crazy how much the Internet, gaming and music have changed since I started this journey in 1997. It’s even crazier how much I’ve changed. I think it’s time the focus on the site caught up to those changes. Don’t worry though. We’re still going to be about Gaming  and Music, but with the shift from Computers to Mobile devices, we need to change our direction a bit.

I was dreading this moment because it was such a pain to do the migration and I thought I wouldn’t find any inspiration once I made the move. Man, was I wrong. I missed this place.

More to come…..

 

Arcadia Update Released

Updates to Arcadia have been released. The updates will be applied automatically when your Steam client is restarted. The major changes include:

  • Added Autofire – Q
  • Game no longer uses WINAPI
  • Clean colours
  • New Engine – Runs on OpenGL and SDL
  • NEW hud with all of your stats are in the top left
  • Added a Screenshot tool
  • Added a Settings file
  • Added Gamepad support
  • Added New config parser

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Tumbledown: “St. Peter”

Tumbledown Tumbledown, the alt-county project from MXPX frontman Mike Herrera, recently recorded a live basement rendition of “St. Peter.” The track is culled from the band’s sophomore full-length, Empty Bottle.

Click below to watch. The group will be kicking off a tour with a New Years Eve date in Seattle, WA before heading to Japan, California, Mexico, Nevada and Arizona in January and February.
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Tours: Hightide Hotel posts new album for download, hits the road

Hightide Hotel have made their debut LP Nothing Was Missing, Except Me available as a pay-what-you-want download. Check it out here.

The album was produced by Joe Reinhart of Algernon Cadwallader and boasts nine brand new tracks as well as two reworked songs from the band’s previous EPs. They’ll be on the road supporting the album beginning tonight in West Chester, PA.
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Hot Water Music, The Bouncing Souls, Dave Hause collaborate onstage in Brisbane

Brisbane, Australia-based podcast D.I. Wireless has posted a bevy of videos from the Brisbane stop of the Hot Water Music / Bouncing Souls / Dave Hause tour down under that wrapped up earlier this month. The three acts collaborated on live renditions of “Jane,” originally performed by Hause’s group The Loved Ones, the Souls’ classic “True Believers,” and “Wayfarer” and “Trusty Chords,” both originally performed by HWM.

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Hegemony Update Released

Updates to Hegemony have been released. The updates will be applied automatically when your Steam client is restarted. The major changes include:

  • Fixed a crash when you try to issue an order to multiple units in different containers at the same time.
  • Backported the “addbrigade” fix from Gold, so if you use that command in the console it won’t break your saved games.

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Armenian police targeting “emo kids”

Armenian police forces have begun a concentrated effort to single out alleged “emo kids,” according to this report. The efforts came about after the recent suicides of two teenagers rumored to be fans of emo music and according to the report, officers have visited schools, searched the belongings of kids wearing distinctive clothing that might be classified as “emo,” set up surveillance where young people gather and even have detained some teenagers for questioning despite a lack of evidence or legislation for doing so.

In a recent newspaper interview, Armenian Chief of Police Alik Sarkisian made the claim that emo could “damage our gene pool.” Sarkasian went on to say, “We should fight against such phenomena because they are morally harmful to our people.”

Armenia is a former republic of the Soviet Union, establishing an independent democracy in 1991.
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