Dave’s Lounge #50 Revisited

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So I got back last night from the New Media Expo in Las Vegas, where I had an absolute blast. It was tons of fun meeting and hanging out with so many great podcasters, including Anji Bee from The Chillcast, Brian Ibbott from Coverville, Roxanne and Shane from Beachwalks, Ariel Hyatt from Ariel PR, Dan Klass from The Bitterest Pill, Rob Walch from Podcast411 and Today in iPhone, CC Chapman from Accident Hash, Charles Stepczyk from Insomnia Radio, Elsie from Elsie's Yoga Kula… the list could go on forever, really. Plus, the Coverville 500 party was spectacular, and we all had a ton of fun out on the strip. I'll have photos from the New Media Expo up here very soon.

Unfortunately, I stayed out late and didn't get much sleep while I was there, and I am heinously jet-lagged. So I've decided to release an encore performance of Dave's Lounge #50, which includes a speech I gave at a conference at Duke University three years ago. A few things have changed since then, but a lot of it still applies today, and it's kind of amazing how so few people, both musicians and podcasters, don't know about this. Perhaps I need to publish this info somewhere else on the web…

Playlist for Dave's Lounge #50:

  1. Artemis, “Fountain of Life”  Buy from: eMusic | iTunes
  2. Bitstream Dream, “Rising Sun”  Buy from: eMusic | iTunes
  3. Goldlix, “Atoll Moao”
  4. san.drine, “Les Larmes d'Isis”  Buy from: iTunes
  5. Tal M. Klein, “Yona (Ahava Sheli Across the Sea)”  Buy from: eMusic | iTunes
  6. Natalie Walker, “No One Else”  Buy from: eMusic | iTunes
  7. Sarah Fimm, “Paradise”  Buy from: iTunes
  8. All India Radio (feat. Chloe Hall), “For Angel”  Buy from: eMusic | iTunes
  9. Kmotiv, “Something on the Wing”  Buy from: iTunes
  10. Microbunny, “Ether”
  11. Slovo, “Whisper”  Buy from: eMusic | iTunes
  12. Permanent4, “By Candlelight”  Buy from: Amie Street

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Dave’s Lounge #50 Revisited — 7 Comments

  1. Dave, thanks so much for posting this episode again. It’s always so nice to hear others supporting win-win situations. So Armand & I keep supporting you when we can. I say “when we can” because there have been times when we couldn’t buy a song through your links since we’re outside the US(!). Just an fyi.

    Thanks also for explaining the behind-the-scenes of the industry and the money trail. Keep it up – you present such great music and help so many people in the process!

    Best wishes,

  2. Cool podcast. This was before I joined in, so it was all new to me. thanks

    the goldlix link needs to be updated. They really don’t have a web site any more – maybe point to their myspace page??

  3. yay! i’m glad you got a good pic of us because somehow in all the commo i didn’t get ANY. 🙁

    i have to say i think our dinner after the coverville 500 show was kinda the highlight of the expo for me this year. it’s those little moments hanging out and talking about life and podcasting that are the coolest imho.

    great to finally meet after, what? almost a decade? yikes!


  4. Great show. The change in format was a nice change of pace and gave us listeners new insight into you, your show and podcasting as seen though your eyes.

  5. Anji: I’ve had weekends like that sometimes. ;^) Great finally meeting you, too. Those heady boom days of MP3.com seem like such a long time ago now, don’t they?

    John: Sadly, I looked for an updated link for Goldlix and couldn’t find one. I get the sense that those guys either gave up after one song or changed their name or something. Maybe they were like Rom from Bitstream Dream, who decided to drop music in favor of other projects. Who knows?

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