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.
This afternoon I headed out to the Commodore (with Raul in tow) to interview one of my all-time favourite bands. Chris Demakes of Less Than Jake was great to talk to and we’re really looking forward to the show tonight.
Tickets are still on sale but they’re going fast. As this is a quick episode, you have time to listen to the conversation, the tunes, and still make your way down to the Commodore for the show as Less Than Jake takes the stage around 11:15pm.
Special thanks go to Tris for lending me his audio recorder for this episode (although my mic levels are all over the place). Our mobile podcasting gear is still missing/nowhere to be found so we’re making due right now and getting by thanks to the generous social media community in Vancouver.
In preparation for my campaign on National Digital Media Day (September 25th) I have been planning a campaign that would take me mobile. Thanks to Zipcar, I will be able to travel across the region, blogging at every stop. I decided to interview John MacSween of Zipcar to discover more about their services.
Trying my hand at podcast producing yet again, we go mobile for this special episode. Yesterday Keira and I met up with Zac, Taylor and Isaac Hanson before their show in Vancouver. We learned about The Walk, what they’ve been up to in the 8 years they’ve been away from our city, and most of all that these grown men truly do have talent and a whole lot of heart.
Music in this episode:
Clip: MMMBop from the album Middle of Nowhere by Hanson
Clip: Great Divide by Hanson – Available for $0.99 on iTunes, proceeds going to HIV/AIDS research
For the last 18 years the New Music West festival has been a centerpiece for independent music, musicians, and industry professionals in Vancouver.
I was able to contact Jory Groberman from 29 Productions (the folks who made New Music West possible for the last few years) and chat a bit about what’s in store. What’s also pretty cool is that they’re handing me a media pass for the event(s) so watch for more announcements and coverage in the month ahead.
This is some audio that we recorded last August after spending a weekend in Osoyoos, B.C. This audio has been sitting around for nearly six months, and I finally got around to editing it. There’s more where this came from, so look for more in the future.
There is still music in this one, as does every episode of RZ.
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.