We give our top 5 lists, discuss cryptic messages and a great blog, lay out whats hot in the streets and let you all in on Brontosonic.
This episode we cover some of whats hot at NAMM, what color is your music, producers playing dj sets, dog breeding, desert island synths and whats hot in the streets.
We back! In this episode we attempt to educate about skweee with the help of our first ever in-studio guest, Ausland Schlage’s Hew Francisco aka Frankie B. We also rap about board-sports, calling music EDM vs Electronic Dance Music vs Dance Music and how stupid and necessary genres can be, and of course, what’s hot in the streets. If you like us, tell a friend and toss us an iTunes review!
Huge episode this time around, we welcome Kielen King aka PwnTony aka The Starpilot to talk about his Hip-hop-Sci-fi concept albums, using Kickstarter to fund a release, and more as well as touching on the Al Walser Grammy weirdness and of course whats hot in the streets. We also review our first listener tune, sent in by PDX’s own Albino Gorilla. As always tell a friend or leave us an iTunes review if you’re diggin what we’re doin!
Here it is, the newest episode of The TrainWreckers! In this edition we talk about raving then and now, Ableton 9 and Push, and of course whats hot in the streets.
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Its episode 4, where we talk about how much music there is left in the universe, there is no creativity in music / music is better than ever, it was better back in the day, raves, footwork and of course whats hot in the streets. Sorry about the background noise from the heater, we in a basement! We want to hear from you… hit us up with tunes, comments, questions or whatever… Next week, the Star Pilot joins us in studio…
Not quite a new episode, but new to our brand spanking new website! Take a listen to ‘Next Level Legos’ and get to know our crew as we talk shit about Trap, loop construction kits and paint by numbers production programs, and of course what’s hot in the streets. Music provided by Lurky, KidLogic, Slurgeon and Ghostmode. Links in the comments…