Oh wow, I was supposed to write a heavy metal sequel to The Book Of Boba Fett instead I found a company with its own underworld. Johnny Electric got Ottis started out in the biz by doing Super Mario impressions, branded as La Buena. I told Mike to be like Tom Hanks, or Tom Brokaw meets Frankenstein. Instead, they made him sound like a stroke victim. Still… it worked. Lionheart worked in my crazy mind.
The Lionheart radio network’s metal station does two things:
1. Creates awareness to avoid conventional radio at all costs.
2. Builds the kind of aural experience that can produce terrible listening habits, but it will help you with bowel movements, enhance your guilty listening pleasures and still allow you to read the Wall Street Journal.
The Technossance introduced new-wave radio metal. Radio broadcasting is the transmission of hardcore audio, sometimes with related metadata, sometimes metal and news intended to reach out, get closer, get your bank card number, but only for the purest of business intentions to help get in touch with more “good” people. Lionheart incorporates “fair use” in all its network dealings. It’s frowned upon as pirate radio during the Technossance. Pirate radio is illegal or non-regulated radio transmission. It’s most commonly used to describe illegal broadcasting for entertainment or news purposes. Sometimes, it’s used for illegal two-way radio operations. Its history can be traced back to the unlicensed nature of the transmission. Rules and regulations vary largely from country to country, but often the term pirate radio describes remote unlicensed broadcast of FM radio, AM radio, or fake signals over a wide range. It leaks into communities. Brewington’s Alcoholica is now available everywhere.