Sunday, June 12, 2011

and thats that

Well, tonight should mark the end of the involvement of the original four founders of wtf as the station will be taken over by some very able and resourceful technicians. I, speaking for all the Richard Phittswells involved, wish them the best and hope that their project will be a benefit to buffalo's new low power radio community. We the Free Buffalo will hopefully have a revival soon as an online all local station, and plans are in the works for uptown.

please support your local low power radio stations, I know ours got out of hand, but it was created out of love for this scene,the music,and the people involved. Free speech is a powerful thing, and in this day and age, amplification is necessary.

Thank you to all the people who supported the project in its early days, without your input, talent, time, space, and music our playlists would have been very short. Also thanks to Democracy Now for allowing us to broadcast thier show and retain a semblance of respectability.

good night buffalo, and have a pleasant tomorrow.
richard phittswell : meta model 12/08-05/10

Friday, June 3, 2011

Support Local Radio Tonight At the Vault!!

things are in the works, please listen if you can and send us your feedback to I've had to momentarily assume the wheel here in the bunker, but depending on what is decided tonight, the station may take a very different turn. Hopefully we'll be able to scrape the barnacles off and get her sailing smoothly again. Thank you for your patience and understanding,and please come tonight to the Vault & let your opinion on the station be heard.

xhearto buffalo,
richard phittswell

Friday, February 11, 2011

Our Dearest Friends,

Tragedy has struck. One life lost, another ruined. It is too soon to really know what to do, or say, or think. Po-po got the gear. For the present and forseeable future, Free Radio Buffalo is no more. Thank you to everyone who has supported this project over the past two years, and to everyone who has been a friend. Hopefully in time we can find a way to move forward in a positive light.

Stay in touch. As things develop it is possible that members of the community may want to get together. We may meet again, at a venue, on the airwaves or on the streets.

Love and solidarity