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Music chosen by a variety of different podcasters, music bloggers and musicians, based on a different theme for each episode.



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By: Society Islands CD Giveaway | Quick Before it Melts

Mon, 05 Oct 2015 01:58:37 +0000

[…] from Kiss & Tell. In other Society Islands related news, this week I’m part of the Contrast Podcast, whose theme is “2006 So Far” with my pick: [MP3] The Society Islands “The […]



By: chip

Tue, 24 Oct 2006 15:40:01 +0000

If you ever have the chance to see Gil Mantera's Party Dream live, do so. I can't even describe the campiness of what they do - it has to be seen to be believed. Fortunately, I live in the same city as the duo so I get to see them on a pretty regular basis.



By: SAS Radio

Mon, 23 Oct 2006 11:49:35 +0000

Props for best intro AND summary Fil - spreading pain was always top of the agenda for SASR. great podcast everyone - I'm glad these come up regularly as I miss so much that I can catch up with here. Thanks as ever too to Tim.



By: FiL

Thu, 19 Oct 2006 14:42:45 +0000

Well, I must say I did not heed the advice of that nice man from SLIME and now, after listening to the podcast, I'm suffering from heatrash and multiple RSIs. But it hurts sooo good... Dear SAS, Teddybears Stockholm's to blame for most of the pain. Dang, that rocked and shimmied like a cuddly toy on powerful chemicals!! Dearest Rachel, thank you for the dulcet smokiness of (the maaarvelously pronounced) Alif Tree. Very French-filmy. Dearest Marcy, fret not, I think in this case the cure is worse than the disease... BettySimon, that M Ward track was lovely, and the last line made my heart swell. Bethanne, loved the track, but please tell the Mantera lads that Cher wants her vocoder back... Mon Cher et Distingue Chief of Police, I beseech you to release ZB. I am sure he meant no harm. He is a perfect ambassador for all that is right and good in Ikhtonia. Apologies for being long-winded, but it was a fantastic podcast - thanks to everyone, and especially Tim for his continued hard work and devotion!!



By: Mr Rossy

Wed, 18 Oct 2006 10:33:09 +0000

Oh Gosh, next weeks theme is hard, gonna have to do some thinking. Interesting theme !!



By: Mr Rossy

Wed, 18 Oct 2006 10:31:03 +0000

Yeah, nice intro, that Motorettes track is great, reminds me of idlewild. Never heard of Husky rescue but love it. Good stuff Peace to all !!!



By: tim.young

Wed, 18 Oct 2006 08:00:05 +0000

Yes. Thanks everyone! Matt .. yes I made the artwork myself ... sometimes I steal from Flickr (and credit the photographer) or the internet and sometimes I create, just depends on how I'm feeling about the theme. I'm surprised that nobody commented on my montage from last week!