Printed Circuit Boards and Cafe Chill

May 24, 2019 Uncategorized

Cafe Chill was originally developed as a line of Printed Circuit Boards to electrically connect components that were soldered to it. After a sensational commercial failure in the late 1980’s, the product was relaunched as a public radio program in 2015.

On the current edition of Cafe Chill, we’re featuring tracks from Télépopmusik, Bad Snacks, Hello Meteor and more.

We’ve also doubled our ROM to 8 KB and included ANSI Minimal BASIC on our new fully-loaded PCB release. You should now be able to use Cafe Chill for practical programming and calculations. Please refer to the manual for installation and use.

Listen on your local public radio station.

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About the radio show

Café Chill is Public Radio's weekly curated chill mix, produced by KNHC Productions in Seattle, WA. Your curator is Seth Bolin.
 
Café Chill is funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

About The Curator/Host

Seth Bolin has been involved in the Pacific Northwest electronic music scene for years, as a member of Go Periscope and several other projects. In 2015, he became part of the Café Chill team, taking hosting and curation duties.