One of the best things about living in the modern age is how incredibly easy it is to share music. Radiator Hospital started with me making tapes and giving them out to my friends, and thanks to the internet, I can keep giving it out to people all over the world. I’ve never been west of Minnesota or south of Maryland, never been on a plane, and until September hadn’t been away from MI for more than 2 weeks at a time, but my songs have been to Japan, Europe, South America. Places I never dreamed I could ever go to. Which is humbling and exciting and amazing.
I want to be able to share my songs for free. When I started posting stuff online, I used a site called CLLCT, which is a free site that has tons of amazing music on it. I made a bandcamp page about a year ago, and I totally love it, it’s super user friendly and looks really good, and is over all a better site for hosting music. The biggest bummer about it is, you only get 200 free downloads a month. The more records I put on bandcamp, the faster the downloads go. I understand the folks at bandcamp gotta make some dough, but I still want my music to be available for free to anyone who wants it.
If you want to “donate” or pay for downloads through bandcamp, that’s super awesome of you and is much appreciated. I would recommend just buying the new 7″ here and downloading the songs free here. There’s a bunch more free Rad Hos stuff here. Not everything from bandcamp is on cllct, and vice versa, but at the end of the month it’ll all be free to download again.
Thank you all so much for liking this stuff, for listening to it and downloading it.