Have You Heard is a weekly music review podcast recorded in Atlanta, GA. The show will keep you up to date on the latest music being released each week, and whether we think it’s worth your time. On a typical show Adam Trimble and Bradley Occhipinti review two records, give you the latest music news, recommend albums from the past, and get lost on tangents (like Steve Albini’s hair).
Prescription of Stage Four powered by BlinkerActive to be administered in weekly doses to listeners with the following symptoms: 1. Unexplained urges to escape the monotony of mainstream music 2. Desire to impress all those surrounding listeners with his or her impeccable taste and exclusive access to the best alt/rock or electronica 3. Desire to make fun of people while they make fools of themselves and to win truly random/ridiculous prizes with each podcast release 4. Uncontrollable tendency to indulge in freshest sounds around. Side effects include an overall sense of euphoria and urgency, sex appeal, and a greater appreciation for addiction to the best new music out there, hands down. Welcome to the Insanity! Greetings to all of our listeners! Pat yourself on the back—you’re making history. This is Stage Four’s very first podcast, powered by Iris! Stage Four will be regularly combing through millions of tracks (that’s an exaggeration) that come our way (fate) for the best alt/rock and electronica—all 100% certified indie, delivered straight to your headphones. Each podcast will highlight an artist yours truly believes to be strongly buzz-worthy. And who knows? Maybe you too will discover that this—steady eye contact here, don’t break away—is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
A recurring programme of free-wheeling music review and drunken debate. <center>--==+==--</center> This brand new podcast will become your #1 reason for turning on your iPod. I mean, I'm so funny, you'll poop yourself for sure. But what IS IT, you ask? It goes thusly: Once upon a time I was on safari in Africa hunting deergoose. I stumbled upon Marvin Fierro, a wealthy landowner from the vast plantations of New Spain. It turned out we both shared a passion for liquor, women, and rockin' music. Times were rough, though...the Socialists were making headway and my factories weren't producing enough cash, and guerillas had burned many of the Fierro's fields. All we could afford was booze and records. So what do we do? We get drunk, listen to and talk about music (local and otherwise), and solve the world's problems. Submit a question, song, or comment, and we will bring it up next show!! PS- I promise to speak in third person at all times and make sure everyone uses proper grammar. For signed glossies or to profess your love:: firstname.lastname@example.org Or Check Out Our Sorry Home on the Web:: waxbrasserie.podomatic.com South Florida Scene!!!
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The Platform Podcast is the creation of two best friends â€” hundreds of miles apart â€” who wanted to share the music they love (as legally as possible) and the conversations they have. These two friends are the kind of guys whom you would swear have a personal code against listening to bands played on radio stations that transmit at greater than 5 watts. While certainly not above nostalgic or even mainstream pleasures, they know you can get such things from pretty much anywhere at any time. You all know the type. They can talk about great works of literature and film. They can kick your ass at Grand Theft Auto. The key points in their sexual development were Whitesnake videos and Colonel Wilma Deering in Buck Rodgers. You love them anyway. So, donâ€™t think of this as a podcast. Itâ€™s more like a form of opt-in auditory vandalism. Download us. Listen. Tell us what you think.