Millennium Resonance, by MedMera Foundation

  1. Millennium Resonance - 001

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  2. Millennium Resonance - 002

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  3. Millennium Resonance - 003

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  4. Millennium Resonance - 004

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  5. Millennium Resonance - 005

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  6. Millennium Resonance - 006

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  7. Millennium Resonance - 007

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  8. Millennium Resonance - 008

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  9. Millennium Resonance - 009

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 171-180]
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    [IPFS 191-200]

  10. Millennium Resonance - 010

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  11. Millennium Resonance - 011

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  12. Millennium Resonance - 012

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  13. Millennium Resonance - 013

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  14. Millennium Resonance - 014

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 171-180]
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    [IPFS 191-200]

  15. Millennium Resonance - 015

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  16. Millennium Resonance - 016

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  17. Millennium Resonance - 017

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  18. Millennium Resonance - 018

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  19. Millennium Resonance - 019

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  20. Millennium Resonance - 020

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  21. Millennium Resonance - 021

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  22. Millennium Resonance - 022

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  23. Millennium Resonance - 023

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
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    [IPFS 171-180]
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    [IPFS 191-200]

  24. Millennium Resonance - 024

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 171-180]
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    [IPFS 191-200]

  25. Millennium Resonance - 025

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  26. Millennium Resonance - 026

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  27. Millennium Resonance - 027

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 171-180]
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    [IPFS 191-200]

  28. Millennium Resonance - 028

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  29. Millennium Resonance - 029

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
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    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  30. Millennium Resonance - 030

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

    [IPFS 001-010]
    [IPFS 011-020]
    [IPFS 021-030]
    [IPFS 031-040]
    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  31. Millennium Resonance - 031

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  32. Millennium Resonance - 032

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 171-180]
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    [IPFS 191-200]

  33. Millennium Resonance - 033

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 041-050]
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    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  34. Millennium Resonance - 034

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  35. Millennium Resonance - 035

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

    [IPFS 001-010]
    [IPFS 011-020]
    [IPFS 021-030]
    [IPFS 031-040]
    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  36. Millennium Resonance - 036

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  37. Millennium Resonance - 037

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 171-180]
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    [IPFS 191-200]

  38. Millennium Resonance - 038

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  39. Millennium Resonance - 039

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  40. Millennium Resonance - 040

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 011-020]
    [IPFS 021-030]
    [IPFS 031-040]
    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  41. Millennium Resonance - 041

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  42. Millennium Resonance - 042

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  43. Millennium Resonance - 043

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  44. Millennium Resonance - 044

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 111-120]
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    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  45. Millennium Resonance - 045

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 021-030]
    [IPFS 031-040]
    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  46. Millennium Resonance - 046

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  47. Millennium Resonance - 047

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  48. Millennium Resonance - 048

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  49. Millennium Resonance - 049

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
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    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  50. Millennium Resonance - 050

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 011-020]
    [IPFS 021-030]
    [IPFS 031-040]
    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  51. Millennium Resonance - 051

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  52. Millennium Resonance - 052

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  53. Millennium Resonance - 053

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  54. Millennium Resonance - 054

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
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    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  55. Millennium Resonance - 055

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 011-020]
    [IPFS 021-030]
    [IPFS 031-040]
    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  56. Millennium Resonance - 056

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  57. Millennium Resonance - 057

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  58. Millennium Resonance - 058

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  59. Millennium Resonance - 059

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
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    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  60. Millennium Resonance - 060

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  61. Millennium Resonance - 061

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  62. Millennium Resonance - 062

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  63. Millennium Resonance - 063

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  64. Millennium Resonance - 064

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 111-120]
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    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  65. Millennium Resonance - 065

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  66. Millennium Resonance - 066

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  67. Millennium Resonance - 067

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  68. Millennium Resonance - 068

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  69. Millennium Resonance - 069

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  70. Millennium Resonance - 070

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  71. Millennium Resonance - 071

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  72. Millennium Resonance - 072

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  73. Millennium Resonance - 073

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
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    [IPFS 141-150]
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    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  74. Millennium Resonance - 074

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 111-120]
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    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  75. Millennium Resonance - 075

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 041-050]
    [IPFS 051-060]
    [IPFS 061-070]
    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  76. Millennium Resonance - 076

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  77. Millennium Resonance - 077

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  78. Millennium Resonance - 078

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 111-120]
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    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  79. Millennium Resonance - 079

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 171-180]
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    [IPFS 191-200]

  80. Millennium Resonance - 080

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  81. Millennium Resonance - 081

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  82. Millennium Resonance - 082

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  83. Millennium Resonance - 083

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 111-120]
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    [IPFS 191-200]

  84. Millennium Resonance - 084

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  85. Millennium Resonance - 085

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  86. Millennium Resonance - 086

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  87. Millennium Resonance - 087

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  88. Millennium Resonance - 088

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  89. Millennium Resonance - 089

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  90. Millennium Resonance - 090

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
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    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  91. Millennium Resonance - 091

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  92. Millennium Resonance - 092

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  93. Millennium Resonance - 093

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 111-120]
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    [IPFS 171-180]
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    [IPFS 191-200]

  94. Millennium Resonance - 094

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 191-200]

  95. Millennium Resonance - 095

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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    [IPFS 071-080]
    [IPFS 081-090]
    [IPFS 091-100]
    [IPFS 101-110]
    [IPFS 111-120]
    [IPFS 121-130]
    [IPFS 131-140]
    [IPFS 141-150]
    [IPFS 151-160]
    [IPFS 161-170]
    [IPFS 171-180]
    [IPFS 181-190]
    [IPFS 191-200]

  96. Millennium Resonance - 096

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

    [Nov 30, 2018] Parvus Decree and Magna Ingress merged as Wintry Repose at the Internet Archive. Every musical composition within it was renamed by Trine.

    [May 17, 2018] Trine relocated to Norway with her spouse, Lauri Salminen. Max committed suicide in March 2018 and Trine found herself in conflict with Max' family. The work on the archives came to an abrupt halt.

    [Jan 17, 2018] To showcase her latest work, Trine developed Magna Ingress as a satellite to Parvus Decree.

    [Mar 1, 2017] Parvus Decree emerged as a new identity for Frequency Alcyone, establishing a presence at the Free Music Archive. The music by Chris was added to the archive.

    [Oct 30, 2016] AV Legacy and other initiatives, including the archive of Millennium Resonance, started integration with Frequency Alcyone. Chris DeBry befriended Trine and other artists involved with her.

    [Apr 8, 2016] The emergence of Frequency Alcyone, showcasing the artistic contributions of Trine, Max, and Carolina*. Trine joined Ars Sonor, then a solo project by Carolina* and now a part of Frequency Alcyone.

    [Jul 4, 2014] Trine Nielsen started collaborating with Max and Carolina*.

    [Dec 1, 2010] The inception of what would ultimately evolve into Parvus Decree took place under the supervision of Max. During this time he met and befriended L. Carolina* Schteinberg.

    [Sep 26, 2010] Vargas passed away. This compelled their friend and collaborator Malachai "Max" Shachaf to undertake the task of tracking down and archiving all of Vargas' work, under the moniker AV Legacy.

    [Feb 28, 2009] Vargas was expelled from Alter-X and faced ostracism from the music-making community as a result of their non-binary identity. Alter-X sought to mock, diminish, and erase Vargas' contributions.

    [Mar 30, 2008] .NBK Records was dissolved and three new netlabels emerged: Alter-X, led by Vargas and others; DNA Production, founded by Vargas and run by Drohnenton*; and NBKF, led by the Noisebunker community.

    [Jan 29, 2007] Vargas, along with a group of artists hailing from the Russian industrial and experimental music community Noisebunker, established the netlabel .NBK Records.

    [Jul 2, 2006] The very first episode in the Millennium Resonance podcast series, by A. Vargas, was aired on Podomatic.

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  97. Millennium Resonance - 097

    The primary focus of the MedMera Foundation lies in safeguarding the artistic legacy of a diverse group of musicians originating from Israel, Scandinavia, and the former Soviet Union. These individuals have endured significant challenges throughout their lives, including stigma, discrimination, harassment, and bullying due to being queer, refugee, and/or neurodivergent. The toll of these hardships has claimed the lives of three of these artists. The MedMera Foundation is committed to ensuring that their contributions are archived for posterity, as it represents the sole legacy of these gifted individuals.

    During their lifetimes, these artists made a collective decision along with their associates, to ensure the preservation of their music in an impartial manner. They believed that, by blending the contributions of marginalized artists with those of their relatively privileged associates from Texas, Sweden, and the Netherlands, and stripping away any identifying labels, the focus would solely be on the quality of the music itself. This approach served as a litmus test, challenging and debunking any biases that might lead to attributing exceptional music solely to cisgender, neurotypical, and straight artists. The MedMera Foundation, deriving its name from the Swedish phrase highlighting the unseen depths, remains steadfast in upholding and furthering this approach. We seek to urge future generations of music makers to break down barriers, embrace diversity, and foster an environment where every artist has an opportunity to shine and create music that reflects the richness of the human experience.

    The podcast series offers due recognition to every artist who has shared their music with the producers. However, it respects the wishes of those who have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing them to maintain their desired level of privacy. You can find more information on Permanent.org

    Milestones

    [Apr 15, 2024] The archive is now accessible on Arweave, ensuring its permanence. We have also retrieved the 32,000 $AUDIO tokens and distributed them among the producers, artists, or their estates. Well done!

    [Jan 27, 2024] The whole archive is pinned now on IPFS. Redundancy in our endeavors is a must! And, all the files are recovered and uploaded to Permanent.org now. Thank you, Edoardo and others!

    [Dec 20, 2023] 20% of the archive was lost due to archive rot. Efforts to restore the archive are underway. Kudos to Edoardo (Dots Unlimited Radio) and friends from ex-Nova Beat Estate for the help!

    [Dec 19, 2023] We encountered an instance of archive rot on Audius when episode 056 unexpectedly vanished. The entire archive is migrating to Permanent.org now.

    [Dec 14, 2023] The MedMera archive was rebranded as Millennium Resonance, paying homage to the podcast series started by Vargas back in 2006. Aria Argento* provided the artwork.

    [Jan 28, 2021] Carolina* took her own life and Trine decided to step away from MedMera. Chris assumed sole responsibility for the archives, being occasionally aided by friends from Nova Beat Estate.

    [Apr 30, 2020] The complete archive of Wintry Repose along with the albums by Max's band Tuatha and music from the label Nova Beat Estate, altogether rebranded as [m.m] (MedMera), was uploaded to Audius as podcasts.

    [Feb 13, 2019] The archive was vandalized by transphobic trolls who attacked Carolina*. All the music housed by the Free Music Archive was taken down due to it being used in transphobic videos without permission.

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