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PUBLIC MARKS from garret with tags music & podcast

2012

WNYE's Brooklyn | the B-Sides podcast

Hosted by Jenna X, the B-Sides is your place for the coolest music in New York City and everywhere else.

2010

MP3 Insider - CNET Reviews

"MP3 Insider is a blog and weekly podcast created by CNET's MP3 technology experts, Donald Bell and Jasmine France. Each week, Jasmine and Donald discuss the latest digital music (and video) news, hardware, software, and media services, and address reader calls and e-mail."

2009

All Songs Considered Blog : NPR | Music Blog

The All Songs Considered blog is a behind-the-scenes look at the show and what we're listening to now.

The FADER | Magazine Website | Music News, Mp3's, Podcast for each issue

by 1 other
"The FADER, or FADER, is an United States-based music/culture/fashion magazine that covers hip-hop, reggae, independent rock, pop and dance music from around the world. Founded by Rob Stone and Jon Cohen in 1998, The FADER is a freestanding, independent New York City-based magazine." Wikipedia

Free Music Archive

by 3 others
Not to be confused with the Live Music Archive (see the MP3 Hub section, above), the Free Music Archive is a new (in 2009) resource of free and legal MP3s that was launched by the venerable NYC-area public radio station, WFMU (which is, you should know, the longest-running free-form radio station in the US). The Free Music Archive describes itself as "a social music website built around a curated library of free, legal audio." Featuring downloadable songs placed online by WFMU, KEXP, and a handful of other interesting musical organizations, the Free Music Archive can be browsed by curator or genre, but you have to thumb through a lot--there are no easy indexes to get a broad look at the offerings. And while the site claims to have more than 5,000 MP3s available, what's here is decidedly idiosyncratic. Still, as a large repository of free and legal MP3s, it's worth a visit every now and then. [review from www.fingertipsmusic.com]

WXPN | radio programs available as music podcasts

Check out these podcasts from WXPN's list: (1) World Cafe Next from WXPN is a weekly podcast showcases new, under-the-radar artists. (2) World Cafe Words and Music weekly podcast has interviews and performances by some of today's most amazing musicians. (3) The Blues File from WXPN keeps you up explores the blues. (4) The yPod podcast has interviews and live sessions with independent rock artists. (5) Echoes, features a variety of styles, acoustic, electronic music, jazz, space music, avant-garde, ambient, and rock. Echoes also has Living Room Concerts, live performances recorded in musicians' homes or in studios. Finally, don't miss npr's podcast directory at the bottom of the page. It connects to over 600 podcasts.

BreakThru Radio (BTR) | DJ'd Radio Shows

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"BreakThru Radio is devoted to giving a voice to talented unsigned and indie artists and empowering DJs to pick and play their own music. BTR is committed to playing all genres of music and exclusive new artists during each day's broadcast, bypassing the repetitive playlists typical of traditional radio stations." [BTR]

2008

Digital Podcast Directory | Music podcasts

Categories: * Acoustic * Alternative Music * Children Music * Classical * Country * Dance * Electronic Music * Folk * Hip Hop/Rap * Jazz * Latin Music * Other Music * Pop * Punk Music * Reggae * Religious Music * Rhythm and Blues/Soul * Rock * Variety

Pandora Presents... the Musicology Show

This show is our attempt to give you an inside look at the techniques musicians use to put their signature on the music they write and perform.

Listen Here! | The Jazz Review | radio program/weekly podcast

Listen Here! is the jazz review radio program hosted by critics, friends and sparring partners Neil Tesser and Mark Ruffin. Listen Here! debuted in January 2005, as a high-energy one-hour show incorporating conversation, criticism, debate, recorded music, interviews, and occasional live performances from jazz venues around North America.

Anthology Recordings | Reissues | Podcasts

"The February issue of Wired Magazine (w/ Sarah Silverman on the cover) printed a really cool Anthology feature titled: Vinyl Frontier: Left-for-Dead Music Is Resurrected for the Digital Age." [Anthology Recordings]

2007

That Sound | Dave Cusick's weekly radio show | KPSU

Listen to archives of Dave's excellent weekly radio show on KPSU that features recent music from mostly independent artists. Playlists are provided for each show, and include links to each band's website or Myspace page. You can also subscribe to a podcast for the show.

Indie Launchpad - About

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"There is an absolute ton of excellent music in the world, but relatively few good outlets. For several years, radios have been satisfied to pump out the same old stuff and people are getting sick of it, I certainly am. In the last year, Podcasting has seen a huge explosion of awareness for many independent musicians, but for all the podcasts out there, there's still a miniscule amount of the population actually listening to them.

Playing mp3 with an embedded Flash player | blog.forret.com

"These are all tools to play either individual MP3 files or playlists (e.g. podcast RSS feeds) in a web page. Most of them are based on Macromedia/Adobe Flash."

Chart of Flash Based Podcast Players | Okay To Play

"There is no perfect one-size-fits-all player. Try to find (or create) a player that fits your show."

Pluggd - Discover, Listen to, and Share Podcasts

by 4 others
"Discover podcasts based on your interests and the interests of others. Experience and listen to them online, or download to your PC or mobile device. Share your opinions, thoughts, and insights on podcasts by rating them and passing them on to friends, family, and colleagues."

Youloud: Music | Podcast Directory

"Youloud is a podcast social site and directory where you can listen to thousands of podcasts directly from your browser, create your own playlists, share them with your friends, make your own feed with your favourite podcasts, etc."