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the bugcast 150 – 3rd anniversary show

We celebrate 3 years of The Bugcast with some laughs and some more amazing independent music.

Songs played

Arrest My Sister – You’ll Never Win (source) (Los Angeles, CA)
Jay Jolley – I’d Give The World (source) (Rochester, MI)
Fresh Body Shop – Never End Up Like This (source) (France)
Nuclear Bubble Wrap (The FuMP) – Hoolahoop (source) (New Jersey, US)
Singleton – If I’m Falling (source) (Kiev, Ukraine)
Erin Dickins – Walkin’ With Your Barefeet On (source) (Easton, MD)
Richtaste – Where Can I Be (source) (Zurich, Switzerland)

Don’t forget to vote for the Creative Commons tracks that you liked by clicking on the cchits icons!

Intro: Chris Juergensen – Bug Lips
Outro: Mark Marshall – Man Walking


Our 3rd anniversary show!
Baby Gaga breast milk ice cream seized for safety tests
Is Colin Firth going to get a knighthood for his portrayal of King George in The King’s Speech?
The Random Three episode 68 (and 69!) came out today, after a 16 month gap for Mark to enjoy life and have a daughter
Subscribe to The Random Three using this feed URL

Next week

The next show will be episode 151, broadcasting live on Friday 11 March 2011.

Special thanks go to

Association of Music Podcasting for their support
Internet Archive for hosting the podcast files
Ubuntu UK Podcast and Dumbed Down Life for the use of their Icecast/Shoutcast servers
The artists for allowing us to play their music.
Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.



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    • Steve BIckle on March 6, 2011 at 16:38
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    The vocalist in ‘Arrest My Sister’ sounds like Dan from Ratholeradio and 20lb Sounds.

    1. Now that I’ve gone back and listened again, I have to agree with you! 🙂

  1. Well done on three years of ‘casting!

    1. Thanks, Shawn 🙂

  2. A great honor being included in your anniversary show… congratulations on three successful years of supporting indie music!! Independent podcasts are so valuable for independent musicians who are struggling to make it and share their music in this tough industry. We really appreciate all you do!

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