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VOA’s top 50 of the 90’s is coming!

Voices Of Asgardia will play a worldwide top 50 of the 90’s on September 23, 2017. Vote for your favorite hits via this link. If your best songs aren’t in the list, feel free to ad them via the “other answer” option, and they will be added after review. Voting will close on september 18,2017.

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São Paulo, Brazil – Carnaval 2017 360 degrees

 

* All the transmission is in Brazilian Portuguese

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Carnaval Salvador 2017 – Brazil

* all the stream are in Brazilian Portuguese

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top 20 Billboard charts 1/4 of 2017

Here is the first top 20 from 2017. Enjoy!

  1. Yung Mavu Black Magic (Black Harry Potter)(Rap) 
  2. Mi Nave Regalo(Mexican New Wave)
  3. A-Tse & KIVΛ – Black Hole(Power Glitch Rock)
  4. Shane Watt – In Places(Folk Rock)
  5. Ari de Niro – Freedom Drops(glitch hop)
  6. Koda – Ik Wil Een Cocktail(Salsa)
  7. Ejay Ivan Lac – Peponi (Dance)
  8. Ari de Niro – Dubs Up (Electro Dub)
  9. Betterhalf – Said And Done (Punk)
  10. Shane Watt – Saw This In A Book (folk rock)
  11. Ejay Ivan Lac – Project Alpha (Glitch)
  12. K4mmerer – Bullitt (Trip Hop)
  13. Starover Blue – Deus Ex Machina (New Wave)
  14. Neurotic Wreck – Disconnect (rock)
  15. Atapy – Vibra (Deep House)
  16. Ejay Ivan Lac – Vibrate The Veins (EDM)
  17. Absolute Primate – Fully Loaded Mag (Jump Up)
  18. Eightii & Neon Proxi – Serenity (EDM)
  19. Voicians – Seconds (EDM)
  20. None Like Joshua – Can’t Stop...
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**OFFICIAL EVENT** Voices of Asgardia Billboard Charts **LIVE**LIVE**LIVE**

Mark your calendars, Saturday, February 18th at 1800 UTC we are holding our FIRST EVER live event featuring DJ Steel Angel and DJ Shaddory. They’ll be hosting a little commentary, some jokes, and of course – the best music VOA has to offer. The quarterly reports are in, and we have our first billboard of songs, ranked by popularity.

Stay tuned, more details to come.

***UPDATE 12/17/2016**

Well, it’s almost game time. DJ Shaddory and I have been working as hard as our real lives will allow us to put this show together for tomorrow...

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Igor Ashurbeyli Announces New Asgardian Calendar

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New Music Added to our server (New Years Update 2017)

Singles & Remnants by Fragile Tom:

Jules Lives by Ari de Niro:

Sounds strange, weird, but unmistakably romantic by springtide:

This Is The End by springtide:

Just Before April by springtide:

This is the End – outtakes by springtide:

The Spellbreaker EP by Tri-Tachyon:

Heroes Single by Rantala:

This music is used under the CC license

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New releases on VOA

Want to know when we play a new release? Watch out for when you hear the jingles “attention everyone, Now Hear This“. After that, the next song will be a new release.

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BAD by The Discoghosts: Definitely NOT Disco :)

Wow. This punch in the face from the past had me giggling like a school girl. This band combines all my least favorite elements of modern electronica and top 40 rap/pop (name dropping in the middle of a song….. Isn’t that why metadata was invented?!) and all my favorite elements of the awkward period of time in the early 90s when we hadn’t yet settled on the differences between hip hop, electronic pop, and all the other weird things that were happening on our radios.  This album is (for the most part) bouncy and fun, with some clever wordplay scattered across it’s tracks, and some truly unabrasive synth sounds.  That may not sound like high praise, but as an epileptic who just can’t “do” dub, house, or really most genres of electronica, that’s HUGE...

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Rainbo Donuts: A bundle of awesome

We all know a band who puts a new moustache on the same song for an entire album, or even their entire career (looking at you, Breaking Benjamin).  “Rainbow Donuts” by We Is Shore Dedicated, is absolutely not one of these kinds of albums. I’m not entirely sure if this work is just a great example of the struggles of experimentalism in music, the result of an avante garde approach towards song writing, or the product of several writers contributing to the album without consulting each other first, but I love it. How exactly all these songs fit together into an aesthetic that spans the album, I couldn’t tell you- but it does. While this album sounds like something my conservative grandmother would dismiss as “trash,” there’s stylistic gold buried in each song...

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