Wednesday, November 09, 2005

In my absence, talking among yourselves

As I'll be away for a few days, and then taking a wee break afterwards, perhaps you'd like to chat among yourselves?

If that appeals, head over to the tartanpodcast forum with its fetching comic book styling. You can find it here.

Appetite Whetter;

    Top 10 reasons for staying subscribed to the tartanpodcast until at least the end of the year
  • Guest hosting from Alastair Bishop, including a behind the scenes look at how some of your favourite Scottish bands write and record, what inspires them and what they're listening to

  • Guest hosting from acoustic pin-up Steven Finnie. Steven will be bringing you a Sleepy Sunday Show.
    If you haven't purchased a copy of 'Popular Music That Will Live Forever' yet, then you need to be quick, the band are down to single figures - it's an EP that's set to become a collector's item, IMO.
    UPDATE:Finniston now have a forum.
  • Guest hosting from Donna Maciocia from Amplifico. Another unique insight into the Scottish indie music scene, listen out for a Sleepy Sunday Show from Donna.
  • Guest hosting from those two whacky English-type persons, Jon & Rob from the one and only - onthefrontpageofitunesbuti'mnotjealous -Top of the Pods. Ah, what laughs will be in store for us when these two craaaaazy pranksters take over the tartanpodcast mic? You'll just have to wait and find out!
    [Mark has his lawyers on standby]
  • Ever wondered what my top 5 tunes would be? Stay subscribed to find out; Mark's top 5 songs as played on the tartanpodcast is coming up very soon

  • Another marathon. After the positive response to tartanpodcast 64, expect another longer podcast with loads of great music stuffed into it

  • A Spotlight show on Maeve O'Boyle

  • A two part Spotlight show on Aberdeen indie label Fat Hippy Records
  • A Spotlight show on Amplifico

  • My experiences flying half-way around the world to attend the Expo

So, what can I say? Please stay subscribed - and while you're doing that, tell a friend! - the tartanpodcast is going to continue bringing you the best independant music from Scotland.


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