Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Brony Musician Directory



Well I have officially stopped working on the freewave and I'm not sure of the health of blogs after megaupload died and google stopped giving good search results for any blogs. I had been busy for a year and a half making my own music and have stayed in the brony community as a musician. I have a new blog there that does what thefreewave did for music sites for individual brony artists. Again if you haven't checked out MLP or the music you likely won't want this (trust me it's pretty cool actually) but I'm glad if you take a look at an awesome current scene that's only just over a year old and is full of hundred's of great DIY musicians.

http://bronymusiciandirectory.blogspot.com/
or simply bronymusic.com

Thanks for the memories freewave readers. We didn't burn out but kinda faded away.

I won't delete this blog as some sites may still be alive and people may still be able to find great music available on the internet through here (although most posts will show dead blogs). It was great for so long and I thank everyone who used the site regularly. If anyone wants to take over as an author and continue let me know otherwise this is likely it.

toodles

thefreewave / thescientist 

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

sorry about one more dead blog, thanks for all and keep on working, man!!
and, by the way, fuck the fucking phony phono industry!!!!!

IHateThe90s said...

Sorry to hear this - always looked forward to checking out Freewave. Wish you all the best with your new project. ~Michelle

Anonymous said...

thanks-we are alive after three years-greetings from sothamerica-uruguay-http://80s-maxis-mrnoche.blogspot.com/

earl said...

..thanks really liked visiting here...

200mle said...

Shame bro ya got a dam good site here and it is always a pleasure to visit.

If ya ever wana return please let me know will be a please to come back for more of what ya do best.

Regards
200mle

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