Thursday, March 20, 2008

Episode #20

Here is this week's episode!

HipHop Backing
1. David Emeny - Found on the podsafe music network, it's a nice little instrumental song. Hope you enjoy it. You can find more music from this artist at

Se Choco Latisse E Uto Piasse
2. Beder K - Another nice little song I found on the podsafe music network. Reminds me of R.L. Burnside's It's Bad You Know. Beder K can also be found on

Music Don't Stop
3. Hot Bitch Arsenal - This group has become one of my favorite pop/electronica groups. I think they're pretty awesome! You can find more music and free mp3's from them on their web site and new, breaking news about albums and videos on their blog and My Space. If you like them buy a CD from them directly!

4. BT - I love BT and this is my favorite song by him. I play it when I feel sad or when it's raining. Beautiful song. It's on the Movement In Still Life album.

5. Da Lata - Another great song by Da Lata. It's on the Chillout in Paris by Buddha Bar volume 3 album. You can find the torrent for all 6 albums right here!

Aaj Mera Jee Kardaa (Today My Heart Desires)
6. Sukhwinder Singh - I first heard this song on the Monsoon Wedding soundtrack. I own it and I would recommend it to anyone! Today My Heart Desires is one of the greatest songs in the world, in my opinion. It just makes you want to jump up and dance! I love it. YOu can find more of his music at desimusic and RAAGA.

Enjoy the show!

Friday, March 14, 2008

Episode #19

Here's this week's show!

Hold On
1. Slick & Rose Ft. Fishscales - I find a lot of independent hip hop artists from other podcasts, like the indie hiphop feed podcast. There's so much great music to be found there like Slick and Rose. You should check out that podcast. and check out the slick and rose Myspace page for more music from them!

2. Amp Fiddler - Fiddler is a favorite hiphop artist on this show. In fact, I use his song Waltz of a Ghetto Fly as the intro and outro for this podcast. The song Faith is from his most recent album release Afro Strut. I hear he is planning on coming out with a new album in 2009.

3. Amel Larrieux - Amel is becoming one of my favorite female artists. I've played her music before. Here is her website and her Myspace page.

Break: Bebel Gilberto has recently released an exclusive iTunes EP called Live Sessions. It is a stripped down vocal and acoustic guitar album. Great songs from a great Brazilian artist. Check it out! while you're at it, you might want to check out her other albums. I can assure you, they are excellent!

Only One
4. Jeremy Kay - I enjoy Jeremy Kay as an artist. I like artists that can expand into two or more musical genres and stretch their musical abilities. He's already a great pop artist. He does soul and R&B too! You can find his music on his website and his Myspace page.

Captain Kirk
5. Bob Schneider - Bob Schneider is also a favorite artist of mine. He also spands genres from rock to pop and folk music. His website is pretty interesting! Here is his Myspace page.

I Just Wanna Celebrate
6. Rare Earth - I wondered at whether or not I should play this song. I love it so much but you never know. I checked the label the album it was produced on and so far as I can tell it isn't a RIAA song so there you go. Any way, it's an anthem and I live anthem songs. So fun to jam to and listen to! Rare Earth is still performing! Cool! Go to their website to find out concert dates and music!

Hope you enjoyed the show!

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Episode #18

Here's this week's show!

Looking Up
1. Hezekiah - Found on the Indiefeed Hiphop podcast. He does some work with anouther soul artists I really love, Bilal. You can find music videos from this artists on Youtube and his Myspace page. This is a great artist. Check him out!

Love On Haight Street
2. BT - I've been a long time fan of BT. He's worked with a lot of great musicians over the years. I like and own almost all of his albums. This song is from an earlier album, Movement In Still Life, my favorite BT album. You can find BT's music in the nearest record store near you or on, obviously.

Absinthe Minded
3. Adrienne Pierce - A cool song I found on the Podsafe Music Network. Reminds me slightly of Lisa Loeb, but a lot cooler. You can find her music on her website, Myspace and her music videos on YouTube. You can actually watch the music videos on the Myspace page.

Pra Manha
4. Da Lata - I first heard Da Lata on KBOO FM, a community radio station out here in Oregon. They used to have a 1 1/2 hour show called Brazilian Music Show (which no longer comes on) and the host played some of the most beautiful music. Da Lata was played a lot and that's where I first heard of the group. This song comes form their album Songs From The Tin. It's a fantastic album. You'll want to check out songs like Rain Song and The Tin Within. You can buy their music from Calabash Music website, or MySpace.

Yellow Is The Color
5. Bugge Wesseltoft - From his album Moving, I first heard about this artist from just browsing around a site called Gnod, looking for artists similar to Cinematic Orchestra and Skalpel, electronic jazz groups that I really like. This was a few years ago. The name Bugge Wesseltoft came up, so I decided to explore his stuff by previewing his music on Love his music. He's more of a jazz artist and I know that this isn't a jazz music podcast but I figured that it can't hurt to sprinkle a little bit of different in the show every now and then. I think the song is beautiful and wonderful. I hope you do too. You can find more of his music on his website.

6. Zero 7 - Like Thievery Corporation, Zero 7 is one of my all time favorite groups. There soft, dream-pop electronica sound is beautiful and I like beauty in all things. They come up with some of the most interesting compilation albums too. You can find their music in any record store, or their website.

Enjoy the show!

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Episode #17

Innovation remix
1. De La Vega (Ivy League)
- Searching through the podsafe network I ran into this song. It reminds me of old school hiphop and I really like it. You can find more from this group at Myspace. They create a mix of hiphop and rock. Cool.

It's Bad You Know
2. R.L. Burnside -
This song is awesome as well as the artist. It's been one of my favorite songs for years. Burnside died a few years ago, R.I.P. You can find his music at Fat Possum Records or or your local record store.

The Flys

3. She's Huge -
One of those rock/pop groups popular when I was young, I still enjoy listening to them from time to time. They broke up back in 2002. Pity. Their stuff can be bought from iTunes or any record store.

Freddy Litwiniuk
4. Apart -
Found on his vocal style reminds me of Ian Axel. I think it's a beautiful melody which is what I like about good pop music. You can find more from this artist on the sixtyone and MySpace too. This artists creates pop and soul. Nice.

Break: New album coming out by hiphop artist Ylove. It will be available on iTunes in March and in stores by April. You can find his blog
here, more information about his experiences in music and his religious conversion, his album and videos. Check it out!

The Missing Panacea remix

5. Alona - I love this song.
It reminds me of songs by Kyoto Jazz Massive and Zero 7, both electronica groups I really love. A beautiful song. Found on the podsafe network. You can find Alona's music on OurStage, CD Baby and her website where you can find more music.

Anybody Here?

6. Naomi -
I first heard this group on a Live365 station. A beautiful song that seems to just roll over you like a dream. Wonderful. Naomi is a German electronica group and they have three albums out. You can find them on discogs and their website.