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StarSkream.com goes to their facebook page, which I duly liked and am now sharing with you guys so you can go like it too. Mike Bilinski is listed as General Manager on their About page. Their facebook is also app linked to their youtube page so you can listen to them right there. You can also buy Star Skream downloads on Amazon.
No exchange or compensation was made for all this linking. I really am a Mike Bilinski fan.
So you’re a twitter noob from the Heartland and running into all kinds of hard core fun stuffs, and one crazy evening on the twitters you chance across a creepy looking/sounding guy from Big City, East Coast on a radio show recording being live tweeted by fans and go woah…
You get this wonderfully creepy chill up your spine when you see him use a doll head as a flask on Snarkalec Radio
and it instantly reminds you of the same cool nasty little shock you got when you first noticed the doll heads Nadia G had sitting around shelves and in her fridge on Bitchin Kitchen when you checked out the Food Network.
and you want moar….
Addiction to creepy sparkles going up your spine is pleasantly rewarded when you dig around. Start with Michael Bilinski on IMDB and eventually from there you migrate on to his myspace page. But. you. want. more. So you keep digging and run into this little gem when you type Pagan into your search bar. Click it to go to the page that has the article link.
Before long you think Ah, maybe he’s on facebook…
Pagan on facebook
Michael Bilinski on facebook
And next thing you know, you’re creepin all over his radio station facebook
Then you think Hey, I wanna go back and watch some of the shows he’s already been in, so you dig up his vimeo channel
and then start marathoning through the old Snarkalec Radio channel on youtube
and THEN you think you’re gonna just DIE if you don’t get the t-shirt… (click it).
Mike’s a sweetheart, you get to check out his music. Click the pic to arrive at the latest sample.
You can keep up with Mike’s articles in the Underground Music in Philadelphia section of examiner.com and be sure to follow him on twitter and watch for links to the live recordings he is usually doing every week.