Established November 1998. First broadcast November 2002.
Broadcasting from studios at the Kilmore Racing Complex.
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Every week, Millennium Signature Series brings you an hour-long slice of the best of the 21st century. Every song featured was released, usually written and recorded, after the start of Y2K. Often, songs will play on the show mere hours after being released and I hear them for the first time with everyone else. You can listen to music for pleasure anywhere on the dial, but it's only MSS that can win your peers' respect - because the sooner you hear it, the better your odds of liking it before it was cool.
The track lists tend to feature a mix of my favourite artists and mysterious new releases from across the Deep Web, Cyberspace, water-damaged cd-r's I find lying around carparks, etc. Unwitting regulars include Jack Stauber, Hot Dad, Lord Over, and even musicians from real life, like David Bowie and John Maus. Halfway through each edition is a segment called The Reworks: a single modern cover of a classic song that would otherwise be out of scope. Most importantly, all featured songs are great and you are very smart for enjoying them. Twitter pundits worldwide agree that liking Millennium Signature Series is a substitute for a personality.