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Feb 05 2011

the bugcast 145 – The House of Lurgy

A show full of the lurgy, just like the hosts…

Songs played

Distemper – At Dawn (Jamendo) (Moscow, Russia)
Brad Hammonds – Above The Crowd (Hubbub Music UK) (New York, NY)
Greg Susoreny – Ramblin Man (Ariel Publicity) (Colorado Springs, CO)
Beastie Boys – Now Get Busy (creativecommons.org) (New York, NY)
Jackson Kay – Strange People In My Town (direct from artist) (Rochdale, UK)
The Nu Shooz Orchestra – The Return of Point of No Return (Ariel Publicity) (Portland, OR)

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips [Friend of the Show]
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking [Friend of the Show]

Topics

The House of Lurgy
The girls achievements in the last two weeks
Girl of four died in sat-nav error crash in Blackrod
PG Tips maker agrees to halt animal tests on its tea
PC Podcast with Pete Cogle relaunches this weekend!
The Bugcast is now listed in Tunein Radio
AMP‘s sponsorship deal with Libsyn comes to an end. Any offers for future hosting for The Bugcast gratefully received!
We’re recording Made In The UK Show episode 109 this weekend, for release on Sunday!

Websites Mentioned

Association of Music Podcasting
Liberated Syndication
cchits.net

Next week

The next show will be episode 146, broadcasting live on Friday 11 February 2011.

Special thanks

Thanks to the guys from the Dumbed Down Life for the use of their Shoutcast server
Thanks to the guys from the Ubuntu UK Podcast for the use of their Icecast server
Thanks to the artists for allowing us to play their music.
Thanks to everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.

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1 comment

  1. You can still get free podcast hosting through either MEVIO or archive.org for the AMP show.

    Hope everyone in your house feels better soon. It’s ridiculous how some people will blindly follow their GPS units. These devices are there to help drivers. Not drive their cars for them.

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