Prattle-free Podcast 290 comments
m posted in General moans, Podcasts on March 25th, 2009
Harlem Shakes, Southeast Engine, Art Brut, The Decemberists, Doves, Goldie Lookin’ Chain, Dan Black, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mod Amish, King Creosote, The Lonely Island.
WARNING: When I tested this podcast, I lost a load of ID3 information in the downloaded file. No idea why. They’re all OK if I download the file directly. So I’m assuming it’s something to do with Google’s takeover of feedburner, or something to do with iTunes. See how you get on, anyway.
In The Loop is almost with us. I’ve got concerns that the American side of it won’t live up to the tried and tested British characters, but I’m hoping it’ll be brilliant anyway. Musically, looking forward to this year’s Dot to Dot festival. Disappointed (at first) with the SFA and Art Brut albums, but pleased with the Doves album. This podcast includes a few things that crept through from sources other than the usual, so it’s probable that you won’t have heard of one or two of them. They’re familiar, though. I’ll explain as I go along.
Download/subscribe to number 29 from here. You need it; by any means necessary;
Harlem Shakes - Sunlight
Southeast Engine - Black Gold
Art Brut - Summer Job
The Decemberists - The Rake’s Song
Doves - Winter Hill
Goldie Lookin’ Chain - By Any Means Necessary
Dan Black - Alone
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Heads Will Roll
Mod Amish - September
King Creosote - Coast On By
The Lonely Island - Sax Man (featuring [cough]jackblack)
Click here to download the file directly. I’d rather you subscribed, though, so I can see what platforms people are using, etc. Feedburner seem to have changed their service, so you might just have to copy the URL (http://feeds.feedburner.com/Prattle) into your chosen RSS reader or Podcast software e.g. iTunes.
Et la. I need a holiday or a better job. I’m sure now’s a great time to go job-hunting. I’ll doubtless have the pick of th… oh, the world appears to have gone to hell in a hessian bag-for-life.