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I'm a big fan of covers from bands, but tribute bands are a whole different beast. A tribute band devotes their entire set to one influential band. There is a movie documentary on the subject, appropriately called Tribute, that portrays the people in tribute bands as sad people that live in fantasy world where they try their best to be the band they are playing tribute to. My interview with Christopher George of the Smiths United, a Smiths tribute band, is quite a contrast to the movie, as Christopher is a well-grounded person that's involved with a hundred other things, who just happens to play in a tribute band. Having never seen the Smiths, but, always considered them my favorite band, The Smiths United give me the opportunity to hear Smiths' songs with a crowd of Morrissey/Smiths fans that I fit right along with. I've seen them twice now and the Smiths United shows rank up with some of the shows I've had my best time at. If you want to see for yourself come the Old Miami on Friday, Feb. 25 and see the Smiths United who also play their fair share of Morrissey songs.

link:
The Simths United Facebook fanpage

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:49 PM

07 Therese by Mikel O.D.

I recorded this episode a few days ago and thinking back on it, maybe it's one of those cases of going a little too far with an idea. I was listening to the iTunes celebrity playlist with Rainn Wilson and really dug the way he talked about each song and what it meant to him. I got to thinking I could do that, and went ahead and did it. But, then I took it a step forward and made it a call out to other podcasters to do the same. Will the latter part work? I don't know. If you think you want to try and do this, email me at mostpeoplearedjs@gmail.com and I'll upload it to this feed and a new feed for the Pod Celebrity Playlist. I had so much fun putting together the music for this episode I know you'll be hearing on of these from me again.

Here's the track listing, I only play 30 seconds from each track but each track belong has the link where you can purchase it.

Minor Threat “Salad Days
The Dream Academy “The Edge of Forever
Altered Images “I Could Be Happy
Gary Numan “Please Push More
The Pogues “A Rainy Night In Soho
Crime and City Solution “Every Train Grain Will Bear Grain
The Bodines “Therese
”Dismemberment Plan “You Are Invited
Shudder To Think “X-French T-Shirt
Creeper Lagoon “Second Chance
Wire “Kidney Bones
The Smiths “Reel Around the Fountain

 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:39 AM

The display stopped working on my laptop, which cannot be a good thing. So, now I'm left relying on my 6 year old desktop, I can only cross my fingers it keeps chugging along. Without my laptop I was left hampered from creating a snazzy new audio episode, so I went to my MPAD video vaults and got around to making that Bear Hands video been promising. Bear Hands are the band that does the very catchy "Crime Pays" song that I can't get out of my head. They hail from - you guessed right, Brooklyn! I spent maybe 3 minutes with them at the same show I got the Hesta Prynn video from. The guys from Bear Hands were great, but I didn't think I was getting any audio from our recording so I cut it short. I also wasn't sure how well the video from their performance turned out. Well, after spending some time editing, it turns out I got some pretty good material to share with you. Check it out because these guys are hipster media darlings, hopefully, and with good reason they'll become much more.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:16 PM

So how many of us survived that last blast of winter? I heard Chicago got smacked with around 2 feet of snow. In my town, near Detroit, we got lucky and ended up with about 6 - 8 inches of snow. The negative part was I still had to go to work when it seemed like the rest of the nation had the day off. Okay, I'm through complaining, now about this episode, it's an interview with Randall Rigdon of Dark Colour, a new artist from the Cincinnati area making indie synth pop with dreamscapes and punk revisions. There's 2 songs by Dark Colour on the episode as well as music by Miami Horror and Banjo or Freakout. Dark Colour's 1st release Memories is out Feb. 15, if you like what you hear, pick it up.

music -
Dark Colour - Be Around, Burning Eyes
Miami Horror - Sometimes
Banjo or Freakout - Go Ahead

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Sucker DJs - my mixtape podcast

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:22 PM