Mechanical Music Radio Brings You Fairground Organs and More #MusicMonday
Old-timey generally means awful. Or at least it means more of the same. But old-timey also means fantastic, fun, chill, mechanical music, and now there’s an internet radio that plays old timey mechanical music all the time. Here’s more from CDM
It’s the biggest hits of orchestrions, street organs, fairground music, and mechanical tunes, from the 17th Century, 20th century, and yesterday.
“We’ve picked the most iconic instruments of all styles, from 17th century music boxes, to self playing MIDI accordions,” say the broadcasters of 24-hour-a-day Mechanical Music Radio.
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