MOZOMEDIA MUSIC PODCAST – Ep 6
July 30, 2009
Our July podcast serves up a beautiful pop song about a jerk’s car alarm, an instrumental made on an Apple II computer, new Kitchen Sink music, a SuBBrilliant News report from Tom Merritt, an invitation to have us custom-make songs for you, and much more.
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On this show:
- An Annoucement: We’ll make a song for you! Send a song title and a description of how you’d like the song to sound (you can be as vague or specific as you please) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Each month we’ll pick one submitted suggestion to turn into a real song that’ll be featured on the next podcast. So start bossing us around already and send those suggestions in!
- Karl Eifrig reveals part one of his Chronicles of Suburban Ennui in the form of almost Simon-and-Garfunkley acoustic pop song ‘No One Gives a Shit About Your Car Alarm’
- D.J. Saunter cooks up some banjo and southern-fried rock laced with spacey shimmers and just a dash of riffing moog in the instrumental ‘Interstellar Trucking’
- Giligadi develops a dark cavernous landscape for multi-tracked trumpets to explore a beautiful and somber ‘Eclipse’, off the album Fissures in the Faithful
- Kitchen Sink brings on the heavy thump drums, grooving guitar riffs and space-y e-bow of ‘Psychedelicized Insane Quintet’
- Pookie mixes lo-fi punky-pop with lo-fi salsa rock in the culinary delight ‘Baby Wanted Pie’
- J.J. Sonick gets semi-medieval on your ass with the bucolic instrumental ‘Tears of the Blacksmith’ from the soundtrack of Come On, Scientists!.
- SuBBrilliant News reports on Harry Potter fans disappointed that the movies aren’t documentaries and more.
- J.J. Sonick goes 8-bit with ‘The Green Sheen’ – an instrumental made with an Apple II computer.
- Avjit unfolds some atmospheric free-jazz in ‘Now I Know It’s Raining’
- Finally, Charlie Naked combines a haunting little melody with ambient atmospherics in ‘Two Thoughts’ off his album Oceans of Shattered Glass.
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