Two French Robots with serious potential in music will be on the air on SCIFI.radio at 9 p.m. April 7 for a live concert of epic proportions. When these French Robots get on the air, they tend to keep going until the void in the universe is filled with the music of the spheres. It’s going to be performed using Second Life as the visual medium, and SCIFI.radio will be carrying the live broadcast of the audio portion of the programming. This is an exclusive. Nobody, and I mean nobody else has this.
No, no, we can’t tell you whether it’s really them or not. We can neither confirm nor deny that this is the same pair of Robots who keep winning Grammy awards. But tune in. Use your SCIFI.radio player app on your iPhone, your Android phone, your tablet – even Blackberry and Windows phone users can download your own free player apps.
And that’s from 9 p.m. PST / 12 a.m. EST, tomorrow, and they’ll be staying with us until the wee hours of the morning. It’s a live concert you will guaranteed not be able to hear anywhere else.
If you have a Second Life account, be at Sanguinus Keep April 7 at 9 p.m. PST.
Otherwise, keep it tuned to SCIFI.radio. You’d be Daft to miss it, Punk.
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