I know that it’s been a long time, but here is another episode of RadioZoom. In the spirit of Earth Hour, I used some rare down time to record a Six Song for the first time in a long time. Without getting into more detail, I hope you enjoy it.
John is back for a super special Six Song with a theme. In fact it’s so special, there are actually seven songs for your listening pleasure.
- Dandy Warhols – Mohammed, Nietzche
- Local H – How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Rock, 500,000 Scovilles, What Can I Tell You
- Less Than Jake – Motto, History of a Boring Town
And yes, I produced this episode hence the many many seconds of non-speaking at the beginning. But hey, I don’t claim to be a radio professional by any means eh. Thank goodness for podcasting.
It’s good to get back in the saddle. This is one of three, “catch up” episodes to back fill on those six songs that have been missed. Consider it my Christmas present to you. Watch for a quick turn around on the next two episodes, bringing us up to date and a close for 2007 for the six songs on RZ.
A long over due episode, but an episode none the less. I take you with me on the road for this six song, a carefully crafted episode that I threw together in haste. Theme? My birthday was last month, so I play tracks that I’ve long wanted to play on RZ but never found the way or time to get them in.
I, Rebecca, join John for this late, but ‘better-late-than-never’, episode of RadioZoom as we dedicate #138 to entirely Can-Con.
What’s Can-Con you ask? Well tune right in while we educate the masses about how broadcasters in Canada are required by law to give Canadian artists and Canadian produced music 35% of their airplay. We one-up these regulations and churn out 100% Canadian content and share six awesome tracks.
Thanks so much to Matthew Good for allowing us to kick off with tunes from his newly-released album, and to the other artists linked below whose music we found on IODA Promonet and the Podsafe Music Network.
Slightly late, but not by much. This is an all submission episode of the Six Song. I’ve let the emails pile up too high, but sorting through the back logs found a lot of cool stuff to play for you.
As I mention in this one, and this is meant for all submitters, be sure you give me mp3’s to play in the podcast. I love hearing about new bands, but having to dig for your music to play is not something I like spending a ton of time on. To the following bands, I am very grateful for leading me directly to your wonderful music. You are awesome.
This episode, we’re all about covers. I’ve been amassing a nice collection of artists in terms of who has give their permission to play their music on the podcast. That has allowed us to pick from their collection of recordings and play some of the covers that they’ve done of other various bands from the past.
Straight and to the point, this month’s six song dives directly into submitted music to the podcast. Thanks to all of those who have sent in emails and mp3’s to have them played on the podcast. I’m late getting to some of them, but we take a listen to a lot of the tracks for the first time together.
Better late than never, here is the six song for this month. Life has been hectic and busy, but we’ll be back with more very soon. Also, I recalled incorrectly about the name of Matthew Good’s upcoming album, but you can read Rebecca’s blog post about it here to get more info. In the meantime, enjoy the tunes and rock out with me. Yeah!
All IODA, all SXSW. This is a direct sampling of six artists from the IODA SXSW Opening Day Bash. I caught wind of this the other day and thought it would make for a great episode for this month’s six song. You might call it lazy, but I explain more as we go along. By the end of this one, I hope you find new music and new reasons why you should check out SXSW