A Nice Week of DPS Laden Podcasts.
Friday, March 9, 2007 at 08:27AM
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The music of Dead Poets Society has been listed at The Podsafe Music Network for just over a week now and we’ve been fortunate enough to have had our songs Halo (dead poets society mix), Invisible Monsters, Synners, Fire Bolt (live at the zebra lounge), and Mohawk (dead poets society mix) all played on GD’s Bite Size Bonus, A Better Day and
Bump You Up.

I’ve mentioned GD’s Bite Size Bonus in a previous post a few days back. I can’t express how cool Green Dragon’s show is. It is really remarkable what kind of global music program he is able to put together five days a week, Monday through Friday. If you are a music fan, I highly recommend this program. I can’t get over the fact that he played “The Electric Haze” last week and has generously played our Collide remix “Halo (dead poets society mix)”, “Synners” (influenced by the novel by Pat Cadigan), and our Hotboxed remix “Mohawk (dead poets society mix) this week.

That our music was played on A  Better Day, the fitness podcast,  was a bit of a surprise to me as I had never considered that someone might enjoy hearing our song “Invisible Monsters” (inspired by Chuck Palahniuk’s novel of the same name) while working up a sweaty lather. Okay, I had considered it, but I had always envisioned someone working up an entirely different kind of sweaty lather. lol

Bump You Up is a brand new podcast. Our song “Fire Bolt (live from the Zebra lounge)” appeared in the second episode. DJ Trashy, the host, indicates that he created the show as a resource for podcasters to find “intros, outros, musical beds and jingles”. I’ll be honest, the podcast sounds like it is still settling into a groove and finding its way. Although you can still hear the rough edges  it is clearly heartfelt. It remains to be seen how the show will mature and develop.



Article originally appeared on thedeadpoets.org - official site of the U.S. band, and the endeavors of its members,Wa Conner and Jessica Griffin-Conner (http://www.thedeadpoets.org/).
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