Each week on the 3am Mixtapes podcast, I will share with you the Top Six Songs of a certain subject. The topics can be as general as best BC bands. Some might be a little more... specific. Top Six Bands who have been in the Peak Performance Project.
I'm not really one to celebrate milestones just because they're at round numbers, but I had this idea floating around for a while and figured this was as good a time as any for my Top Six Songs!
These are just six of my favourite songs. Not my Six Favourites Of All Time Ever (I don't think I could do that list), but just six that have remained favourites for a while.
Each week on the 3am Mixtapes podcast, I will share with you the Top Six Songs of a certain subject. The topics can be as general like best Scottish bands. Some might be a little more... specific. Top Six Songs To Chill Out To While Around A Campfire.
I used to be a huge wrestling fan, and one thing that I was always jealous of was their supernatural ability to have a certain piece of music play any time any wrestler entered the ring. Which is why I imagine what I'd want to play when I came in any room with the Top Six Entrance Songs!
Each week on the 3am Mixtapes podcast, I will share with you the Top Six Songs of a certain subject. The topics can be as general like most anticipated new releases of 2014. Or some might be a little more... esoteric. Top Six Songs By Bands Featuring Vancouver Trumpet Player Andrew Lee.
And this week, it’s the Top Six Songs To Wake Up To! Sure, you could wake up the the screeching WAH WAH WAH or BRRRRRRRING of an alarm clock, OR you could set one of your favourtie songs into your phone to wake up to every morning. Or I suppose you could put one of your least favourite to force you to get up and shut it off, but I’m gonna focus on the good songs.
Hey look, it's another episode of 3am Revelations' very own podcast!
Each week on 3am Mixtapes, I will present to you, in my dulcet tones, the Top Six Songs of a certain subject. The topics can be as broad and vague and Best Summer Songs, or they can be as obscure and specific as Best Autumn Song.
This week, we look at booze. As long as there has been drinking, there have been drinking songs. So this week, I give you the Top Six Alcohol Songs. Whether it's a full on night out of imbibing, or just a couple of beers with chums, every good round of drinking needs a good drinking playlist.
Regular readers (all nine of you) may know I am currently schooling at BCIT, in the Radio Broadcast program. In our second, and final, year we take over the station Evolution1079*. At the station we are given rotating jobs every week, and a couple weeks ago I was tasked with Musical Roots; a 45 minute 'Ongoing History Of New Music' type program, where we take a close look at a particular topic. Because these ran at 11pm on a week when our streaming was down, and because I put a lot of work into these (wrote, voiced, produced... did everything myself) I would like to share it with you, fine reader, as a podcast.
This is the third of four episodes, which will released on a [hopefully] weekly basis in the next month. While the first two were more a chronological history of the featured acts, this one is a little different. This week I take a look at not only The New Pornographers, but also all the things that go to make up the band. All of the various members other bands; AC Newman, Neko Case, Destroyer, Immaculate Machine, Limblifter, Fancey and The Evaporators. And then of course, a look at The New Pornos themselves. The feature is in three 15 minute segments, and that is how I present them to you. In streaming or downloadable options.
I hope you enjoy it, and I would very much welcome any sort of feedback you may have (positive or negative), either commented here or through the emails at: 3amRevelations [at] gmail [dot] com.