ffr is metal, hard rock & irreverant talk
live streaming every week from my homebase on the Hive blockchain to bang heads around the world. come hang out and get rocked with full force —
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Hey. I'm Crim.
Heavy music and shows are some of my greatest passions.
Being a live streaming DJ is my way of loving life and connecting more people with the blast beats that move us, the technology propelling us forward, and the friends we haven't met yet. I hang out every week playing metal, talking shit, and having a great time chatting live with listeners all around the globe. You don't have to be a hardcore metalhead or trve cvlt to hang with us in the hug pit... Bring your sense of humour, an open mind, and come let me put some great tracks in your ears with full force.
My live shows are made possible by the community run, blockchain powered MSPwaves social interactive broadcasting network. There's a lineup of rad djs with all sorts of topics and you can check out the full schedule at the station website.
The master mix tape
The epic playlist of imminent headbanging: every song from every episode of FullForce Radio, ever.
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Live streams originate via the Hive blockchain. Join me for live chat on VimmTV, Discord, Twitch, YouTube, Theta and Periscope, or browse past episode playlists on Spotify.
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If you love fun and you like it loud, trust me when I say we can't wait to meet you.
I play music from all metal subgenres (and the occasional very not metal song.) We do musical deep dives, bizarre themes, trace the history of rock and roll, and don't take ourselves too seriously. Conversation each week tends to go off the rails. We've had listeners give each other sharpie tattoos, meme the everliving crap out of me, win merch, make crazy hats, party hard, and earn a little bit of crypto just for hanging out.
Last Episode: 130
I'm pretty sure we mostly just talked about what we would do with the 12 foot tall skeleton from home depot and prepared for the upcoming FFR viewer Halloween mystery murder extravanganza. But mostly, skeletons. Never be afraid that this show is too metal, too hard, too deep into the lore, or too cerebral for you.