The 5090 podcast done got took over...

kiwafruit:

So those ratbag talented boys from The Really Good Pot Roast done took over the 5090 podcast. Yeah, remember that? That podcast what I started last year and consistently languish in a state of unattention? Yeah, that one… 

Apparently they were hanging out and drinking and decided to record an episode. You can listen online directly from the feed on blogspot or subscribe via iTunes or your podcast/RSS feeder of choice. 

I, for one, love it. Listening to it right now in fact. As should you, for the entertainment of the banter, for the joy of new music, or just for shits and giggles. 

p.s. you boys crack me up :D

Yep, we done did it.  

Kahiwa (aka Kiwafruit) and T.C. Elliott have lead the charge in creating enjoyable, funny, and always awesome showcases of fellow 50/90 musicians in their podcasts.  This year, Rob and I gathered a collection of songs we really like from this year’s 50/90, and squared away some time during our most recent session weekend to put together our own episode.  And drank our way through it all, as should be evident as the show progresses. 

Oh, and this podcast features a only-played-here live version of Rob’s Corprolaliaas well as a BRAND NEW SONG BY RGPR!!!ZOMG!

We’ve said it before:  50/90 is a great community of some amazing musicians and good people.  Like new and interesting music?  Listen to some of the podcasts (like this one), then come check out the site.  Do you write music?  Come join us.  

Please enjoy The Really Good Podcast, the 50/90 Podcast episode #13.  And special thanks to T.C. and Kahiwa for allowing us to take over hosting for an episode!  

Mark’s 50/90 Profile

Rob’s 50/90 Profile 

-M!?

5090 Podcast Show for 2012 - new episode is online!

kiwafruit:

Featuring music from my favourite Tumblr-band, The Really Good Pot Roast, and plenty of other wonderfully talented folk. 

It’s Almost Time for 50/90 2012 - yay!

Horray 50/90! Horray us in a PodCast!

Uke Hunt Podcast #13

There’s a Ukulele PodCast.  Fellow FAWMer (And 50/90er) Kiwafruit is featured in it.  You should listen to it.  Please :-)

-Rob

kiwafruit:

bossa:

Yay for the first podcast of 2012! Featuring the long awaited interview with Lila Burns and a mellow selection of ukulele tunes to ease you into the year.

Playlist:

  1. Lloyd Gabriel - Unhook Your Heart
  2. Kiwafruit - Alone And Thinking Of You
  3. Megg Farrell’s Whiskey Social - O’ Fear Nothing, Ms Bennet
  4. The Great Sebaldo - Man On The Train
  5. Sara Dennis - Lost Times
  6. Lila Burns - Witching Hour
  7. Lila Burns Interview Part 1
  8. Lila Burns - Again and Again
  9. Lila Burns Interview Part 2
  10. Lila Burns - Timeline
  11. Spoon Blind Williams - Oh! Wow
  12. The K - Unusual Possibilities
  13. Manitoba Hal - Down In Pubnico

Get Involved!

Keep sending us your tunes to play! Share with us via Soundcloud or email mp3s to podcast@ukulelehunt.com And do get in touch - let us know what you’re thinking, what you’d like to hear and what ukulele happenings are going on in your part of the world.

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Oh my goodness. What a lovely surprise to see me and my song on this month’s podcast!
Thanks @Bossa!! So very pleased right now :

50/90 Podcasts (That's right, we're going PLURAL!)

Howdy, Tumblrisms!  At FiftyNinety, there are two awesome people who create podcasts that showcase talented musicians in the community.  Kiwafruit, whom we here at The Really Good Pot Roast owe a drink, and T.C. Elliot.  Both have done excellent jobs, taking chunks out of their personal time to make these podcasts great. 

In the last week, T.C. has released TWO podcasts of 50/90 music! 

Episode 7: Grabbed My Attention

In which T.C. plays a collection of songs that immediately grabbed his attention when he first heard them. 

Episode 8: TC Can’t Help Himself

In which T.C. keeps new music coming, and offers us fellow FiNiners a bit of encouragement in these waning days of the challenge.

In both instances, T.C. offers a smooth, funny (almost absurdist) presentation of 50/90 selections.  As always, the episodes move along easily and serve as a great primer to some of the music the 50/90 community has written in the last 75 days.  And as always, they end before I want them to.

Go click on the link, head over to the podcast webpage, and download a few.  Or, sign up for the feed in iTunes! 

-M!?

50/90 podcast #6 - Turn it up loud

kiwafruit:

I’ve finally finished another episode of the 50/90 podcast. It’s taken forever to just get around to doing it. It’s available online and waiting to give you listening pleasure from http://5090podcast.blogspot.com/2011/09/turn-it-up-loud-5090-podcast-show-6.html or subscribe through iTunes.

Okay, tumblr-ites.  We’ve told you all about FiftyNinety.  You’ve heard some of the podcasts, and maybe you thought, ‘Hey, that’s some good mellow music’.  Scrap that.  This weekend, the ever awesome Kahiwa (Kiwafruit) stacked together a new podcast meant to be turned up loud.  Brace your faces, people, lest they be rocked off by awesome indie awesomeness.

You want rock? Check.  Dancy-fun electronica?  Yep.  Want Hip-Hop, possibly with a bit of an industrial sound (like this one)?  Gotcha.  You want some old school punk? Damn right you do. 

Rob and I have somehow found 5 of our songs on the podcast (with different collaborators), which is super awesome.  On a completely unrelated note, Rob and I owe Kahiwa a few rounds of drinks.

Head on over, download, and turn it up.

-M!?

5090 Podcast #4 - TC keeps it mellow

TC’s back for the fourth 5090 podcast, and the intarwubs are working with him.  In episode #2, TC had to fight against the 5090 website being down, but still managed to pull out a short, quality show.  This offering is full length, and stacked to the gills with awesome FiNiners.  

Once again, the podcast is a great showcase of some of the talented people in the 50/90 songwriting community.

If you want to check out a stack of good music, follow the link and download the podcast, or any of the three before it.  

http://5090podcast.blogspot.com/

And if you’re a musician, seriously, come join us.  Rob and I have posted dozens of songs there, and have received and contributed tons of feedback from and for artists from around the world.  Maybe the ship has already sailed on trying to write 50 songs in 90 days, since, you know, there’s only like 40 days left, but it’s more about just writing songs. One or one hundred, doesn’t matter.  

If you write songs (music, lyrics, both, either), come join us:  http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/

-M!?

The world needs some harmonies - 5090 podcast #3

The third 50/90 podcast of 2011 is up.  Kiwafruit returns to host a show with that posits the world needs harmony… vocals.  Using a discussion from the community forums as a launching point, and songs from FiNiners (5090er’s? 5090 contributors?), Kiwafruit illustrates different uses and applications of harmonies, and some tips to make them sound better.  Kudos on the lessons, but the only way to make my vocal harmonies better is to have someone else sing them.

Once again, the podcast is a great showcase of some of the talented people in the 50/90 songwriting community.

If you want to check out 48 minutes of good music, follow the link and download the podcast.  

http://5090podcast.blogspot.com/

And if you’re a musician, come join us.  The 50/90 community is where Rob and I have posted dozens of songs already, including our Trevor Project songs.  50/90 may be about the goal of writing 50 songs in 90 days, but it’s more about just writing songs. One or one hundred, doesn’t matter.  

If you write songs (music, lyrics, both, either), come join us:  http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/

-M!?

5090 Podcast, Episode 2

The second 50/90 podcast of 2011 is up.  While Kiwafruit kicked things off, T.C. Elliott takes charge for episode 2.  It’s a great showcase of some of the talented people in the 50/90 songwriting community.

If you want to check out 20-odd minutes of good music, follow the link and download the podcast.  

http://5090podcast.blogspot.com/

And if you’re a musician, come join us.  50/90 may be about the goal of writing 50 songs in 90 days, but it’s more about just writing songs. One or one hundred, doesn’t matter.  

If you write songs (music, lyrics, both, either), come join us:  http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/

-M!?