This week on The Bugcast: a YouTuber intends to “go gay” for a month, the decline of the “podcast”, and 8 tracks of Creative Commons music!
- The Devil Music Co. – Second Star To The Right – from West Hattiesburg, MS – source
- The Big Knitters – Paradiss – from France – source
- Quietly Concerned – Fight – from Johannesberg, South Africa – source
- Kinematic – (Even Then) The Band Played On – from Melbourne, Australia – source
- Julie & Gent – Partners In Crime – from Brazil – source
- An Amerikan Automobile Company – Oh, Honey – from Bath, UK – source
- Admiral Bob – Burn It All Down (feat. septahelix) – from Ottawa, ON – source
- Philip Taylor Jr – Phat Booty (Point and Laugh) – from VA – source
Pink News: Logan Paul says his new year’s resolution is to ‘go gay for a month’
BBC Sounds: The BBC is moving some of its podcasts exclusively into BBC Sounds.
BBC Radio 4: Fortunately returns! Find us exclusively on BBC Sounds
Submit your tracks for the Listeners Choice episode 550 on Friday 1 February 2019!
You can submit any track played between episode 505 and episode 549.
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The artists for allowing us to play their music.
Everyone who joined us in the chat room for the live broadcast of this show.
Internet Archive for hosting the media files
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