Alternative Music Podcasts
Welcome to Thistle Glen! Hosted by the piano gal Shauna Burns, this is the place to find music, news, interviews, reviews, chitchat and other delicious items about her music and other magical musings including the new album The Moon and the Fire Circle which is out now! Find even more at www.shaunaburns.com
By Shauna Burns
Whipped is a new band. They have Shannon, vocals and piano. . Eido on, drums, bass, guitar and piano. The band was formed in February 2006. As you can see they are a very young band. Shannon has preformed at some of the coolest clubs in Seattle with her band Amazon Ant. Has released a c.d. "Out of the Hole" available at c.d.baby.com. Shannon is also a visual artist. Has shown in many venues in Washington. Her art work can be seen at www.shanstuff.com. Eido is a M.I. graduate. Taught bass guitar in Japan for 7 years. Took up drumming in 2000. Played in the coolest clubs in Japan, Arizona, and Seattle. Jammed with Stanley Clark, Scott Henderson, and others. Eido is also a visual artist. Has shown internationally. Visit his art work at: www.poodlepublishing.com . Whipped is currently looking for a bass player and guitar player. Eido would like to play drums but if you are a kick ass drummer, he will play bass. Like the way they think about visual art, They like to think of music as self expression and collective expression from the group. Enjoy writing their own songs individually and like to collaborate as a group as well. Rhythm and form is always present. They do not necessarily feel a song has to be verse chorus verse to be considering a song rather they enjoy exploring the experimental avenues of song form. Whipped tries to remember "to just have fun because thatâ€™s all that really matters." Ha Ha ha ha ...
Ambient, electronic, space music, field recordings, and live tracks, although it varies from show-to-show. Since late 2004, the markrushton.com podcast has been playing tracks from my massive archive of electronic music, either created in the studio or improvised live. You can find out more about me and my music at markrushton.com
By Mark Rushton