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Jul 02 2011

the bugcast 166 – Moosical conception

MySpace gets sold, Google Plus gets launched, and in the midst of it all we still play some stonking music!

Songs played

Antarhes – Voodoo Dream (Jamendo) (Pau, France)
Allison Crowe – I Don’t Know (Jamendo) (Nanaimo, Canada)
Jump – The Sniper (track taken from their 11th studio album, The Beachcomber) (Buckinghamshire, UK)
The Clockwork Quartet – The Watchmaker’s Apprentice (clockworkquartet.com) (London, UK)
The Head Set – If It Takes All Night (direct from the label) (New York City, NY)
’til Dusk – One by One (direct from the artist) (Southampton, UK)
Spotlight Kid – April (direct from the artist) (Nottingham, UK)

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

Topics

News Corp sells of MySpace
Google enters the Social Networking space with Google+
Caroline tries very hard to persuade Dave that another child is a good idea.

Next week

The next show will be episode 167, broadcast live in the chatroom on Friday 8 July from 21:30 UK time.

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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3 comments

  1. From across the pond… Happy Canada Day – which is celebrated this June 31st weekend!

    Thank you kindly for continuing to share the music of Allison Crowe on The Bugcast!

    I serve as manager to Allison, and we both very much dig your stonkin’ show and support.

    fyi, Alley’s birthplace is, indeed, pronounced Nah – nime – o – and, you mention the Tori influence in the song you played in this latest podcast from Allison (“I Don’t Know”) – Allison is going to release a couple of new recordings this Summer, then, open-ended, so-who-knows-how-long-it’ll-be, she’s aiming to work on an album of songs that she hears as closest to the sound of Trent Reznor/Nine Inch Nails and Tori Amos’ “from the choirgirl hotel” album in terms of production.

    Of course, life takes its own course – but, this is the idea now!

    May you enjoy a fun visit to the service station tomorrow, and great Summer ahead!

    cheers, from us to you, Adrian

    1. Hi Adrian,

      Thanks for taking the time to comment, and sorry for the delay in responding. For some reason, we’re not getting alerted when someone comments!

      I’m really glad that you both enjoy the show… I can only hope that you enjoy it as much as we enjoy Allison’s music. I keep looking out for new material from her, and the new album sounds extremely interesting!!

      All the very best,
      Dave

  2. Came here to find the baby vote tool, where is it?

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