I just released a recording a friend of mine did with me a few weeks ago. It’s what we’re planning on turning into a weekly podcast of hip-hop, old schoo mixtape style. I think you’ll find it has a very different feel from what I currently do. Whatever your opinion of my show is, I’d like to hear what you have to say about these particular things. If you aren’t subscribed, you can pick them up on the links below.
4 responses to “mixtape podcast”
This is fucking kick ass!
I’m also thinking about adding more music to the Tahat Bastard Ninja podcast now as well so I’m going to be contacting you bout joining AMP.
Again, this mix-tape thing is great.
dude, that last track was amazing. I don’t think I could come up with shit that offensive if I tried. But you’re right, it’s all about the last 2 lines. I was just about ready to shut it off, thanks for the warning.
That was WAY too awesome.
Seriously. Good times.
One thing: It wasn’t a mixtape.
That’s not really a criticism. It’s just that you guys talked. A lot. If you’re gonna do a mixtape, then it’s all songs, no talking.
I like it better as a podcast tho.
It works really well with you guys talking about the tracks. I just don’t see how the mixtape image works.
So if you just change it from a “mixtape” to a “podcast” it’s all good.
Rawk on. I’m not sure exactly why, but this format was really cool. Maybe it was the you-and-Jas^H^H^HLaserbeak dynamic, maybe it was just the fact that you constrained yourselves to the format of the mix tape (yeah, we’ve all done the “squeeze three extra seconds in” thing), or maybe you just managed to hit a whole shitload of nostalgia buttons. In any event, thoroughly enjoyable.
I’m looking forward to more of these.