Sunday, February 12, 2006

My First Podcast - The Night That Nobody Danced

This is my first attempt at podcasting, which I'm looking at as a way to share some of my favorite music with you. You can either download the entire hourlong podcast to your player by clicking on the play button below, or you can go to my website and listen to the streaming audio without having to download the whole thing.

For my first attempt at podcasting, I went with an abbreviated version of a songlist I compiled for a club DJ set I did last year. I call it
"The Night That Nobody Danced",
because it turned out that my taste in music was not shared by the club kids on that particular evening.

I hope you find something of interest in this "Bagcast."

Download Here
this is an audio post - click to play

Stream Here:

No Controles - Flans
Janaam Samja Karo - Anu Malik
Demokrati - Knugen Faller
Nalga Maniaca - Cholita
Ain't It The Truth - The Gossip
Rebel Rebel - David Bowie
Sailor Moon Theme - Dali
Spice Up Your Life - The Spice Girls
Speak Slow - Tegan and Sara
My Doorbell - White Stripes
Heartbreak Stroll - Raveonettes
Tunak Tunak Tun - Daler Mehndi
Tres Bien - Le Tigre
Chinga Tu Madre - Cholita
Estaba Escrito - Monna Bell

February 12, 2006 - Bagcast # 1


Peggy Archer said...

Damn! Firefox's Adblocker's not letting me listen!

David Schumacher said...

keep it up alice! The Gossip/Bowie/Sailor Moon was an inspired combo.
you should submit this to the iTunes store, so we can get it downlaoded as soon as you update it.

If you don't listen to it already, I highly recommend Mike Watt's show The Watt from Pedro Show

tescosuicide said...

Odd mix... Whatever works for ya -who am I to say anything?!

Keep em coming

Yen said...

Hello I found your blog surfin via various punkblogs. I'm downloading your podcast and i'm going to listen to it with my friends on our roadtrip for hardcoreshows through the Netherlands this coming weekend.


Anonymous said...

Strange mix. You've got eclectic taste.

Craig Bostick said...

I loved your podcast. This is exactly the kind of thing I like to hear when I go out to a club - a mix of stuff I know and like (The Gossip, David Bowie, White Stripes, Raveonettes, Le Tigre) mixed in with more obscure, fun and interesting things. I especially liked Knugen Faller and Cholita. Sorry I wasn't in town when you DJ'd. Looking forward to another Bag Cast soon!