Alternative Music Podcasts
Eddie, Jason & Chris talk about current events, pop-culture, alternative music, and make each other cry. Hear it live Friday nights at www.idobiRadio.com. www.EJCshow.com.
By idobi Network
Mick Sleeper is a man with a big record collection. And he wants to share it with you. Classic roots reggae. Super bad soul and funk. Rockin' sounds from all over the map. The podcast is mainly reggae and dub, but don't be surprised to find artists like Eddie Cochran, Link Wray, Le Tigre, James Brown, The Clash and many others on the playlists. As Nietzsche once said, "Without music, life is an error."
By Mick Sleeper
Bi-monthly look at unique & interesting rock/metal albums post-1980 via discussion, music clips & live interviews. Periodic forays into non-rock/metal areas plus a split focus between mainstream & independent artists. Based on the popular weekly cd reviews blog romanmidnightmusic.blogspot.com. Hosted by the witty & insightful Aaron Joy - author & biographer of guitarist Al Pitrelli, music critic, electronic musician known as Blank Faced Prophet, owner of Manhattan's Roman Midnight Music indie record label, host of blogtalkradio's weekly "News Notes" (a rock/metal music news & commentary show ... trying to be the Bill O'Reilly of music news ... maybe) & the only gay man to host a heavy metal show
Zeilsteen Radio transmits the best Alternative Rock and Indie Pop. This is the podcast of the daily tech and music news.
By Herman Zeilstra
Stack Jones Anthology is a podcast of some of Stack Jones finest music, including Ugly Ducklin' which won Best Male Vocalist and Best Country Song awards.````Stack Jones is an award winning writer, photographer and musician who performs in a wide variety of genres. In contrast to his music, Stack's social, religious and political commentaries are scathing. He simply tells it like it is, without allowing external influences to mar his perspective.````To find out more visit http://stackjones.com.``All music written by Stack Jones.``© 2012 Stacked Deck Music.
By Stack Jones
This is the App for The Organ Grinder, a weekly musical missive presented by Charlie Khan. Each episode Mr. Khan takes listeners on a thirty minute lackadaisical stagger through a variety of musical genres including dark cabaret, blues, roots, jazz, gypsy, folk, experimental, some big, some small, some a not too unreasonable size.
By Charlie Khan
Walt Cronin came into being a serious folk singer songwriter around the age of 50. His life experiences as a medic in Vietnam and somewhat nomadic life after wards are the source of many of the folk songs he has written about relationships, societal issues, love songs and light-hearted fare which make up the content of what is his 3rd CD released in June 2010. Walt's goal was to reflect the sincerity of folk music history while placing the songs in a contemporary setting. The collaborators achieved their aims with his friend Martin Beal providing detailed arrangements and a fine editing ear while playing a myriad ofinstruments (guitars, keyboards, bass, mandolin, melodica, bouzouki, hurdy-gurdy, percussion,) as well as performing all drum programming. Quote: "Tender and introspective songs with the kind of realness and authenticity that is becoming quite rare." Alt-country, Americana, Folk Beeb Ashcroft Indie-Music
By Walt Cronin
Dome Head Crop Tarts are a collective of Ableton DJs that slice, chop, re-jig and re-rub tunes to produce tech, wonkey, drum and bass, ghetto, Baltimore funk, hip hop, house sets. So if you like bouncy twisted fidget wonky beats with dirty warped heavy bass and a touch of jumped up banging drum and bass plus anything else that brings on the storm you will enjoy this podcast.