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Windows Vista

Step 1:

Open “Control Panel”.

Step 2:

In Control Panel Home, click “Programs”, and then click “Make a file type always open in a specific program” under “Default Programs”.

Or, in the Classic View, open “Default Programs” and then click “Associate a file type or protocol with a program”.

Step 3:

Highlight the “.PLS” file type in the list and click “Change Program”.

Step 4:

Select “iTunes”, "QuickTime", "RealPlayer", “Winamp” or your favorite media player (which should be pre-installed on your computer).  A window will open giving you a choice of programs to choose from.  If your program is not on the list, look below it and click on the browse button.  From the program list, select “OK”.

Step 5:

Go to IndieRockandRollRadio.com and select the “SHOUTcast” link on the Popular Media Players page.

Step 6:

Finally, Select "Listen" on the SHOUTcast page to launch IndieRockandRollRadio in your favorite media player.  It is recommended that you save the station settings on your media player or add the SHOUTcast page to your Bookmarks to facilitate future listening.

Enjoy the music!

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 December 2010 18:20
 

Newsflash Archive

Steve Lamacq of BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music described this group as his "new favourite band" and said he is "waiting desperately for the Album.” On Monday, Tigers That Talked offically released single "23 Fears (Summer ’10)" and a new video directed by Rudy Riveron-Sanchez of AlmostFilm Productions. As the band embarks on a UK tour, its first albumThe Merchant is set for release next Monday, November 8.

The new single is available as a free download from the band's official website. Listen to “23 Fears (Summer ’10)” here and view the video {rokbox title=|Tigers That Talked 23 Fears (Summer '10) :: Indie Rock and Roll Radio| text=|here| size=|fullscreen| album=|default|}images/stories/Tigers That Talked - 23 Fears (Summer '10).flv&autostart=true{/rokbox}.

Tigers That Talked start touring in support of its debut album this week. "We’ve worked hard at making sure all the key elements of the tracks are there in our live shows," singer-songwriter, frontman, and guitarist Jamie Williams (27) told 4ortherecord earlier this year.

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