MikeyPod 123 | Music, Catching Up and Looking Forward

[Lost episode! For an unfortunate period in 2008 I stored a few podcasts on a different server, and then forgot that they were there when I shut it down. If you happen to have a copy of this episode, I would be thrilled to have it again!]

SayNow
Meat Free Radio
Elastic Lab
noneck
Digital Flotsam
Vegan Freak
Almost Daily Devotional

Music:
All Sweet Things – No-Man
All That Numbs You – Thomas Feiner & Anywhen
Nothing is Innocent – Over the Rhine
Black Winged Bird – Nina Persson
Armon – Eve Beglarian (text by Rabi’a al-Adawiyya)

 

5 comments on “MikeyPod 123 | Music, Catching Up and Looking Forward

  1. Thanks for introducing me to No-Man! They sound a lot like Dream Theater, one of my favorite groups. (Are you familiar with them?)

    And of course, thanks for mentioning Elastic Lab 🙂

    Best of luck with the veganism! I’m climbing [back] on the wagon myself when I get back from Germany July 1st. That’s one of my favorite days for embarking on new goals because it’s the start of the second half of the calendar year.

  2. mikeypod says:

    Hey! I don’t know much about Dream Theater, I will definitely check them out tho!

    I got my check for the first project in the mail from Elastic Lab today, yipee!

    I just watched this film, Earthlings last night. Well… most of it. I had to turn it off. If you want to see something that will really solidify your vegan willingness, this will do the trick!

    Thanks for listening, and especially for commenting!

  3. Tim Corrimal says:

    Hey Mikeypod,
    Great show! I loved the music. And thanks for helping to promote MeatFreeRadio.com. You Rock!

  4. mikeypod says:

    TIM!

    I’m glad you liked the music, and how could I NOT promote Meat Free Radio– the greatest veggie podcast on the face of the earth.

  5. Shawno says:

    Really like that Nine Perrson track. Thanks for playing it. Reminded me of The Sundays at first. Congratulations on your move to Brooklyn! Hope things go good for you there.

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