Long-time proghead and DJ Gordon Tanner does a show that we're very partial to out of Canada. It used to be called Distant Early Warning.
Live Broadcast -
Monday evenings from 6 to 9 PM Pacific time in North America
Tuesday mornings from 2 to 5 AM GMT
Encore presentation -
Wednesday mornings from 9 AM to 12 Noon Pacific time in North America
Wednesday evenings from 5 to 8 PM GMT
It's local FM radio in Vancouver, but is also accessible via a 128kbps stereo stream over the internet. Highly recommended.
This a great online tool for exploring music of all types in good quality streaming FM radio grade MP3s. Systems Theory is there along with countless other progressive and experimental artists. Highly recommended.
Larry is a keyboard and Cakewalk wizard with his fingers in many different styles of music. Everything from quirky prog-rock to quirky pop. In the 80s and 90s he was a member of the excellent US "Canterbury" style prog trio Radio Piece III, who produced one of Steven's all-time favourite albums "Tesseract And Monuments". Look for him to doing some Systems Theory-related music in the future.
If you want to acquire "Codetalkers" using the P2P torrent approach go here. There's currently 6 seeds. Usually 3 or 4 are up at any given time. Depending on the number of peers acquiring the album, it may be very slow or pretty quick. But it will conveniently get you the disk image, the control files and the jpegs regardless of how many times you stop/start. Doing this also puts you in the category of people helping us distribute the CD -- which is cool.
Acidplanet is a forum for users of the Sony ACID music software. Systems Theory has used this excellent Windows-based software since version 1 when it was a Sonic Foundry product. The stream here is the entire "Soundtracks For Imaginary Moves" album in WMA format.
Reverb Nation is a great place to find out about indie artists of all types and genres. Systems Theory has the 18 tunes from "SFIM" and "Codetalkers" here for streaming, along with links to buying the CDs.
Garageband is a great place to find out about indie artists of all types and genres. Systems Theory has the 18 tunes from "SFIM" and "Codetalkers" here for streaming, along with links to buying the CDs.
Soundclick is a great place to find out about indie artists of all types and genres. Systems Theory has 26 MP3s (demos, alternate versions) at Soundclick that can be streamed or downloaded. Both of the older evaluation CDs ("Demos 1999-2000" and "Demos 2001-2002") can be found here.
Nucleus is a web-based music news site out of Argentina. They interviewed Cyndee between the release of "UFOsmosis" and the release of "Codetalkers". She was kind enough to publicly give props to Steven and Greg for much of the sound of "UFOsmosis".
Cyndee played violin for Systems Theory on two tracks on "Soundtracks For Imaginary Movies", and will appear on several tracks on the new "Codetalkers" release. Her 2005 solo release "UFOsmosis" was produced and engineered by Steven. Greg and Steven co-wrote several tracks for the album in conjunction with Cyndee.
Get all three of Mike's interesting solo albums here as *FREE* downloads. "Six Consequences", "Domus" and "Honfleur" are thoughtful electoacoustic/progressive-electronica recordings full of Mellotron and vintage synths, exploring the music of Satie and Glass in addition to Mike's original non-Systems Theory compositions.
When not 'tronning for Systems Theory, Mike Dickson maintains the Streetly Electronics page demonstrating the various tape libraries available. Visit here for 'tron demos and Mike's warped sense of humour.