I Hear A New World Podcast #16- Stacks of Wax Vol.2

Since, my last post occurred before the New Year, I'd like to wish you all a Happy New Year! Thanks to everyone who commented on the Best Albums of 2009 post. It was great to hear that I was able to turn people on to some new sounds. It's been quite awhile since I have posted a new podcast, but I had the energy and motivation to compile something today.

The 16th episode of I Hear a New World is available for download at http://ihearanewworld.podomatic.com/. This is the second installment of the Stacks of Wax podcast. For those of you who aren't familair with the Stacks of Wax concept, the idea behind it is simple: I rifle through my vinyl and compile a mix of songs that fit my current mood of the day. Today's mix features artists as diverse as Group Bombino. Flaming Lips, Evolutionary Jass Band, Gun Club and Vivian Girls. I hope you enjoy this episide of I Hear a New World, and I would love to hear what my listeners think of this episode.

I feel that there could be another episode of Plain Brown Wrappers right around the corner, so please stay tuned to Eclectic Grooves.

Comments

No-head said…
Nice one Kevin. Particularly enjoy hearing EJB whenever I can. They are fast becoming one of my favourite bands of the moment - I just wish could see them live.

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said…
Man, that's some big corner. But as I missed out last time, I'm staying "tuned".
Kevin said…
Hey No-head. I'm glad you enjoyed the podcast. I have lots of EJB's stuff, so you can look forward to some rare EJB stuff that I picked up at one of their shows last year. I don't have any of their live stuff, but they do have a couple videos of live performances on their Myspace page. Remember My Space? Not many people do in the dawn of Facebook.

Nathan,

Sorry that I have kept you waiting so long for the next PBW. I'm glad to know that I have people who are interested in what's going on at Eclectic Grooves.

I'm not going to make any promises, but I hope to have a new PBW within the week.

Best, Kevin

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