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‘Sound Parade’ is the newest, and potentially most mysterious, broadcaster to the Blast Radio airwaves. While a solo broadcaster, his shows are presented in the style of an internal dialogue with the host switching back and forth between two microphones and having a conversation with… himself.
As described in his Blast Radio profile bio, Sound Parade is an intrepid host trying desperately to navigate the stream of consciousness conversations while presenting a “Parade of Sound” featuring personal recordings, vinyl selections, and modular synths.
He set himself a goal to do at least 100 broadcasts, however long that takes, and so far he's done 7. You've got 93 more to tune into.
We recently reached out for an interview… In true Sound Parade style, the responses we received were written as an internal conversation.
Tray Fisk is a visual digital artist with a deep love of culture, art, and music. While his primary creation medium is for the eye, he’s long had a taste to use his voice and love of sound to connect with audiences. For the past year, he’s used Blast Radio to scratch that itch.
Hosting a weekly show every Friday, Tray takes fans on an audible journey through his picks of the week, art news, opinions, and experiences as an American ex-pat now living in Istanbul. More recently, he’s even been giving away a NFT for one of his works of art to a lucky listener.
We recently spoke with Tray to learn more about him, his inspirations, and his love of the movie Labyrinth.
OldHead is a top contender for the most eccentric of all Blast Radio broadcasters. Going live from his cabin in the woods – frequently with special guests and consistently with pickle sandwiches – his broadcasts bring a combination of laughs, tunes, jokes, and commentary about his late pet moose, Martha.
We recently spoke with him to learn more about his taste, his inspirations, and the album he’s got in the works. Read on to learn about the man in the woods.
Born in Colombia, raised in Spain, and residing in Berlin, Brayan Valenzuela has been making music for the past decade and his passion for the craft is more fire hot than ever.
Establishing himself with releases like Sweet Girl and Your Drug My Drug on the infamous Detroit Underground label, Brayan has been recognized by the likes of Resident Advisor, Bandcamp, and fans around the world. He’s collaborated with artists like Giant Swan, Paul Birken, and Crystal Geometry – and is now sharing his talents with listeners on Blast Radio.
We recently spoke with Brayan to learn more about him, his taste, his inspirations, and what he’s got going on. Read on to learn about the Berlin DJ lighting up dance floors.