Other Music Podcasts
Weekly hour-long all-accordion alt-accordion radio show coming out of CFRO Co-op Community Radio at 102.7 fm in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Systematically deconstructing outmoded prejudices regarding an unfairly maligned versatile musical instrument and introducing listeners to a huge range of its uses in varied styles from every continent!
The first podcast from New York City and one of the first Indie Music Podcasts to hit the scene - Tracks Up the Tree has been reviewed "Out of all the music podcasts I've listened to, this is the first one that has played music that I universally liked" by the New Podcast Review. Adopting the unique stance of only playing music from artists websites who make their tracks available online, Tracks Up the Tree is podcast semi-live from Brooklyn NY and delivers the best indie music to be found on the internet. "Making Indie Your Main Stream"
By Ben Whitehouse
Piya and Deb host a Podcast of Hindi Songs sung by fresh voices. You can listen to songs by Piya and Deb and their friends from around the world. We want you to be a part of this Podcast. Send in your comments and your songs. At Awaaz Anjane, we want the unknown to be heard.
By Piya and Deb
Resource Is An Atlanta Based Collective. Focusing On The More Soulful Deeper Sounds Of DnB & Beyond. Resource Also Has A Radio Show On www.DNBTV.com. Be Looking Out For Resource 'Nights' & 'Events' In The Atlanta Area. 'Resource' Are: DiNovo | Brandon B | Sonar | Edo Electronic Interpitations In Future Soul Music. Atlanta Collective Pushing The Intelligent Side Of DnB, Deep House, Downtempo, Hip-Hop & All In Up 'N' Down Side 2 Side & Backwards Up Your Into Your Soul.
Progressive Banjo for the Postmodern World-- "LaGoy's Latest" is an iTunes-friendly feed of the latest material from Matt LaGoy et al. Matt pushes the boundaries of what one can and cannot (or should and should not) do with a banjo. Alas, some songs have no banjo at all. Stand-up and electric basses, digital sequencers, organs, and various household items fill in the gaps of these often-odd-timed gems.