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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

Yesterday, Dundee guitar band The View released a free track "Sunday" on its official website. The song is a first taste of the band's forthcoming third album, which frontman Kyle Falconer promises will be "more articulate" than previous. Listen to "Sunday" from The View here.

Speaking to Scotland's Daily Record about the album which is scheduled for a spring release, Falconer said, "The new album will sound much cleaner and you'll be able to hear my vocals a lot clearer. It's more articulate."

The Scottish band is probably beat known for its single "Same Jeans." Falconer explained that the new album will be very different from 2007 debut Hats Off to the Buskers and its follow-up Which Bitch? He added, "We were proud of Which Bitch? but it wasn't well received and didn't get played much on radio. We were gutted."

Falconer revealed that his thoughts at the time were, "'We need to get back to the music rather than the craziness'."

Previous albums Hats Off to the Buskers and Which Bitch? were produced by Owen Morris, best known for his work with Oasis and The Verve, but Martin "Youth" Glover, who has made records with the Delays and the Futureheads and was founder member and bassist of UK band Killing Joke, has been chosen to produce the third album.

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