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Preview: the york independent music podcast

the york independent music podcast

York's brand spanking new showcase of unsigned music talent

Last Build Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2016 08:52:13 PDT


Show 3

Thu, 12 Apr 2007 01:02:05 PDT

After a 2-month break, we're back and better than ever. This is a killer show, featuring Robochrist and much more including new tracks from Desdemona and The Stanleys. Aunty Andy and Dominic Rieley host the show. Download it, check out the Shownotes and comment (below) if you so choose.

Show 1 back up

Sat, 02 Apr 2005 11:42:07 PST

We have some new hosting to go with the new site, which means that Show 1 is now available for download again just in case you missed it.

New Site

Sat, 02 Apr 2005 01:00:55 PST

Welcome to the new site. This complete rewrite will allow the Podcast to expand and offer loads of info on the York live music scene, with the eventual aim of putting up a comprehensive gig list so that you can find out what's going on any night you like. If you are interested in getting envolved in this exciting project, send us an email. There are bound to be a few teething problems with the website, if you notice anything please leave a comment under this post. Thanks.

Podcast 2

Wed, 12 Apr 2006 04:15:04 PDT

Firstly, deepest apologies to you all for the lack of ... well anything for more than a month. The good news is that Show 2 (29:59) is now online ready and waiting for you to enjoy. As before, you can Download it and also check out the Shownotes then leave abusive (or positive, if you like) comments about Dominic Rieley and DJ Ripper.

Please note that Show 1 may be down for a short while, but hopefully it will be back up soon for those of you who didn't catch it yet.

Podcast 1 - It's Here!

Sat, 02 Apr 2005 11:34:46 PST

Oh yes, oh yes. The first ever York Independent Music Podcast is now available for your download and listening pleasure. It was produced by DJ's Dominic Rieley and Francoise LaVache and is 26:04 long. Download it and check out the Shownotes, then tell us what you think of the show by posting a comment.


Wed, 09 Feb 2005 09:08:34 PST

If you know of any live music venues, gig lists, band lists (or whatever else) website addresses for York / North Yorkshire, then leave a comment or email and I'll add it to the links section.

Calling all independent musicians

Tue, 19 Sep 2006 03:34:25 PDT

The people of York need to hear your music! Send in a recording of just one of your songs for the chance to be featured in the first ever York Podcast. You could be a part of something big, but more importantly you will be heard by people across the region and even by people around the globe. So send in your work to

Falling into the collective

Sun, 30 Jan 2005 12:58:07 PST

Look, look! we've joined up to the UK Independent Podcast Network check it out.


Sun, 30 Jan 2005 06:09:42 PST

Welcome to York's first podcast. You might be wondering what a podcast is, and why York needs one, so read on.

A podcast is way to listen to music, somewhere between a radio broadcast and downloading mp3s from a band's website. In a podcast, you get the tracks with (helpful?) DJ comment sent to you as an mp3 format file which can be automatically downloaded onto your ipod/mp3 player or just onto your desktop and played as many times as you want. So the advantage over downloading from a band's website is that you can find out about new bands you have never heard and easily find out when and where they will be playing next. The advantage over radio broadcasting is that the show can be listened to as many times as you want, at any time and can be fast-forwarded, rewound and played again.

York's unsigned music scene suffers not from lack of talent, but from poor audience attendance. The main reason for this is that there are very few ways to find out about who is playing when and where and - more importantly - whether they are to the listener's taste. The York Podcast will solve this by providing a centralised music resource available to all with access to the internet. This podcast is not for a particular type of music - it is for all genres without exclusion, from MCs to Metal, Jazz to Jungle, Soul to Ska, Classical to Country. The aim is to have something for everyone. The only proviso is that the music is York music. Hopefully we will achieve a mixture of student and local artists that can be enjoyed by both students and non-students in York.

What needs to be done now?
Musicians - if would like to be featured on the debut program send in your music to
DJs - let me now at the above address if you would be interested in presenting a show.
Everyone - start telling all your friends (and even people you dislike but hold in a grudging respect) about the York Podcast and look forward to the first show.

This could really be a turning point in the way the people of York find out about the music they like and want to listen to, so let's make it happen!