The members of Blaggards, a band based out of Houston, TX, share their experiences and occasionally chat with guests. "The official podcast of all things <a href="https://blaggards.com">Blaggards</a>. Found on all major pod platforms and delivered weekly, it’s a behind-the-music view of the band, with tidbits for new fans (it’s just Blaggards, not <em>The</em> Blaggards, newbs) and cool stuff for longtime followers (<a href="https://slappercast.fireside.fm/5">Episode 5</a> discusses how the band’s music has been used in films like How to Be Single and TV shows like The Good Wife). Its engaging hosts are smart and funny. An interesting aside is the podcast also offers occasional glimpses back at Houston’s music community." — <a href="https://www.houstonpress.com/music/st-paddys-playlist-blaggards-edition-11249196">Jesse Sendejas, Houston Press</a>
Featuring the Golden Era of American Rock & Roll. The Rockin' Eddy Oldies Radio Show, brings you the widest selection of oldies anywhere on our planet Earth. All the hits and misses from the genres of Soul, Motown, Country, Doo-Wop, Folk and Rock 'n' Roll. We play the very first golden age of American Rock 'n' Roll. You'll hear all the charted hits from and beyond the Top 40. !
By Rockin' Eddy
Ween is The Greatest Band in The World. This is the Greatest Podcast in The World about The Greatest Band in The World....Ween. We will introduce you to Ween in all their grandness and splendor. Then we shalll take you on a tour of the entire Ween Catalogue...One album at a time...One song at a time...Until the end of time. Together we will listen to each and every Ween song and Together we will spread the good word of The Boognish. Buckle up Bitch. Step inside this spaceship and take a ride straight into the Abyss! Also, check out the Patreon Bonus version of the show at https://www.patreon.com/PodWeenSatan
By Jay Hunter and Dave Massey
<p>Do you want to be more creative in 2021? In a noisy online world, our attention is priceless. I'm Laura Kidd - a Bristol-based music producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist releasing music as Penfriend. I'm on a mission to encourage self-expression in every listener by sharing deep conversations about creativity, grit, determination and mental health with fellow artists. Come backstage with me to learn from some of the best, and get inspired to stand up to your own inner critic. What will you make?</p><p>-</p><p>Visit <a href="http://penfriend.rocks" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">http://penfriend.rocks</a> for two free songs and a warm welcome to my friendly online community. Thanks for listening! xo</p><p>Support this show <a target="_blank" rel="payment" href="http://supporter.acast.com/attention-engineer">http://supporter.acast.com/attention-engineer</a>.</p><br><hr><p style="color:grey;font-size:0.75em;"> See <a style="color:grey;" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" href="https://acast.com/privacy">acast.com/privacy</a> for privacy and opt-out information.</p>
Let's Rap It Out! As we take on rappers and musicians to get a behind-the-scenes look at their life in music and what it took to get there. Guests, laughs, talks, and performing will show the world what being an musician is like and encourage you to get into songwriting and rapping.
<p> Back in the old days, when I was motivated, somewhat creative, and had gobs of freetime I decided I'd challenge myself by writing and recording a song every day for a month. I chose February, the shortest month because I'm not an overachiever. I want to try it again this year. </p> <p> Clicking around the net, it turns out that my '29 songs in February' idea isn't too original. <a href="http://www.rpmchallenge.com/">The RPM challenge</a> is slightly different in that it's more about delivering a full album at the end of the month. </p> <p> Sure I did this back in 1996 (or was it '95?). The one thing that pleases me is learning that there's something universally musicianly about choosing the shortest month in the year for this kind of effort. </p> <p> <em>Here's the goal:</em> </p><ul> <li>write and record 1 (or more) song(s) every day for a month. </li> <li>upload our work in some place </li> <li>share & listen with each other at the end </li> <li>put together a best-of for others </li> </ul> <p> <em>Fine print:</em> </p><ul> <li>fragments, grooves, hooks, choruses... it's all good. Just record it. </li> <li>starting early, ending late.... it's all good. Let your guilt be your guide. </li> <li>taking 2 days to finish recording a song... great. Just end up with 29 at the end of the month. </li> <li>ending up with 28 songs at the end of the month... great. Just end up with as many as you can. They don't necessarily have to be good. You might not know they're good until a few months later. </li> </ul> <p> </p><p> This seems like an unlikely time to get involved with an activity like this: <a href="http://www.blert.com">blert</a> is in deep hibernation, <a href="http://www.cranemountain.com/cm/band_detail.cfm?band_id=1">Little john</a> is all but buried, we're up to eyeballs in work and family. </p> <p> <em>Why:</em> </p><p> </p><ul> <li>it's a way of getting the cobwebs out </li> <li>time pressure will force you to stay out of creative rat-holes </li> <li>it's good practice to let go. good enough is ok, move on. </li> <li>because then you have 11 months to revise, refine, and record a pile of work (and think like a producer). </li> <li>it's good practice of your engineering skills: get your workflow in shape. </li> <li>it's a good excuse to fly mics in your livingroom (or at the breakfast table) </li> <li>does this really need more elaboration? </li> </ul> <p> </p><p> Drop a note if you're interested in doing this too or if you're mucking with the rpm challenge. </p> <p></p>
By Greacen et al
“The DJ Sessions" is an online/downloadable series featuring the hottest electronic music DJ's with live mixes and interviews, streamed live to a global audience. Check out the website: www.thedjsessions.com With over 1,900 episodes produced over the last eight years "The DJ Sessions" has featured international artists such as: BT, Simon Patterson, Darude, Morgan Page, Thievery Corporation, Sander Van Dorn, Jody Wisternoff, Benny Bennasi, Christopher Lawrence, Jes, Greg Downey, Oliver Twizt, Sunshine Jones, Elite Force, Revolvr, Kenneth Thomas, Paul Oakenfold, George Acosta, Reid Speed, TyDi, Donald Glaude, Mr. Sam, Steve Aoki, Funtcase, Dirtyloud, Kalm Kaoz, Marco Bailey, Dirtmonkey, Beltek, Dyro, Darin Epsilon, Kyau & Albert, Kutski, Vaski, Moguai, Blackliquid, Joop, Angry Muffin and many more. In addition to featuring international artists “The DJ Sessions” has featured hundreds DJs from the home location of Seattle. We have also undergone a massive upgrade in our TDJS studios and to our TDJS Mobile Studio to full HD streaming and HD audio to make the quality of the shows even better than before. Along with that we have launched a new website that now features our current live streams and past episodes in a much more user friendly social environment. About The DJ Sessions The DJ Sessions, a Featured Twitch Partner, has been recognized by Apple twice as a "New and Noteworthy" and "Featured Video” podcast. UStream and Livestream have also listed The DJ Sessions as a "Featured" stream in their lineups.
By The DJ Sessions