Tune In to ‘Plaisir FM,’ the Coolest Radio Present This Facet of Ski Movies



If a radio station may play rad ski edits and broadcast them to the world, you greatest imagine we’d all be tuning in — similar to the oldsters in K2’s ‘Plaisir FM.’

The second is approaching when everybody will tune in. Persons are preparing, whether or not they’re at a bar, in a restaurant, at residence, with mates, or by themselves. Dials flip. Radios discover the channel. Static comes over the speaker. After which: it’s present time.

Plaisir FM is a brief movie from K2 a few fictional radio DJ’s present (known as Plaisir FM). The DJ opines on his love for snowboarding, talks concerning the situations of the day, and the way good snow, time in nature, and time on skis can clear up a few of society’s issues.

“A day is healthier spent in pleasure and good temper,” the French DJ says.

Then, he traces up a observe for his listeners. However as an alternative of enjoying music, he rolls a video edit of some motion on the slopes.

There’s one thing nostalgic about folks tuning in from in all places to take heed to a single present collectively. That feeling is conveyed completely via Plaisir FM. It makes you would like that such a radio present really existed. And it makes you dream of sunny days on the mountain, getting nice turns in.

The phrase “plaisir” means “pleasure” in French. And that’s precisely what you’ll get watching this quick movie by Alex Remonnay from K2.

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Will Brendza

By Will Brendza

Will Brendza is a author, journalist, {and professional} misfit based mostly out of Boulder, Colorado. Will grew up on the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains, reenacting “Survivorman” episodes and finding out books like “Hatchet,” “The Monkey Wrench Gang” and “Into the Wild”. He is written on subjects starting from hashish to native information, the setting and, after all, out of doors gear and journey. If he is not banging tales out on his laptop, you’ll most likely discover Will snowboarding or mountain biking (relying on the season)—or consuming beer at some distant craft brewery.

Subjects: Snowboarding, Winter

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