The ‘The End of the Dog Days of Podcasting’ episode featuring the music of Arborea, Black Flamingo, Elle King, Films of Colour, Hey Marseilles, Le Blorr, Lukas Nelson and Promise of The Real, MC Lars, Mother Falcon, Priory, Roger Alan Wade, Rosie and The Ramblers, Savaging Spires, Secret Mountains, Silver Swans, and Sion Russell Jones.
The “Dog Days Of Podcasting: Two At A Time” episode featuring:
Grimes – Oblivion
Hospitality – Friends of Friends
Kevin Devine and The Goddamn Band – Off-Screen
JMSN – Something
Firehorse – Our Hearts
JP – Tulips
Ryan Hemsworth – Small + Lost
Nicole Atkins – Red Ropes
James Husband – A Grave In The Gravel
Craft Spells – Breaking the Angle Against the Tide
Hollow Boys – Spellbreaker
Miniature Tigers – Swimming Pool Blues
Hooded Fang – ESP
Nick Waterhouse – It No. 3
Nikki Lane – Seein’ Double
Lagitagida – Sensya
Sons et al – Day By Day
The Limousines-Very Busy People
Suite 709-Life Won’t Let You Down
The Thermals-I Don’t Believe You
The Dunwells-The Hand That Feeds
Blondfire-Walking With Giants
Quiet Company-You, Me & the Boatman
Sad Baby Wolf-Electric Sounds
Satchel Grande-Can I Borrow Your Lighter
Scott H. Biram-I Want My Mojo Back
Quaker City Night Hawks-Fox In The Henhouse
The Howlin’ Brothers-Gone
Malford Milligan- Teach Me How To Stay
Joe King Carrasco and the Crowns-Don’t Bug Me Baby
I am a big fan of John Legend and Jhene Aiko. When I heard they performed at the BET Awards, I was a little bummed that I didn’t get a chance to see it. However, I don’t watch award shows and haven’t for about 24 years. Plus, now that I live in the future, I knew that I would be able to find a copy of the video online somewhere. BET had the video on their site (thanks guys) AND they allow embedding. Sorry about the auto-play.
April 20th, 2014 Posted by Delivering Noise 3 Comments
Last week, Prince and Warner Brothers settled a long running dispute. Apparently, he gets ownership of his master recordings, while they get to digitally remaster and reissue his classic albums. It appears as though a 30th anniversary release of “Purple Rain” will be the first of the reissues. On top of that, Prince announced that he will be releasing a new studio album soon.
I thought something was up when he started appearing in places like “The Arsenio Hall Show” and “New Girl”, but I thought it was just going to be a new album from 3rdeyegirl, his new band. I had no idea it was going to be something like a reconciliation with a company he once said made him into a slave.
Things are progressing very quickly. This morning I saw the news that he has released a new single on iTunes called ‘The Breakdown’. Take a listen and let me know what you think of it.