Idiosyncratic Transmissions

Bringing the eclectic straight to your ears

Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 26

Music from Mevio and Ariel Publicity.  Theme song from

Lauren Edman – Sweet Girl


The Cymatics – Dream On


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Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 25

Music this week from Mevio, Crash Avenue, Ariel Publicity, and Katie Ainge.  Theme from

Katie Ainge – Lighthouse


Melanie Phippard – Went to Memphis, Looking for Elvis


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Bakelite 78 – Goodbye to Two Hearts

The new episode of the podcast is going to be delayed a bit, probably until Monday night.  Until then, here’s a video from a band that will be in that episode.

Idiosyncratic Transmissions Podcast – Episode 24

Music provided by Mevio and Ioda Promonet.  Theme provided by

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day an all Celtic music edition of the podcast.

Avalon Rising – Congress Reel/Red Crow


Karan Casey
“Town of Athlone” (mp3)
from “The Rough Guide to Irish Folk”
(Rough Guides/World Music Network)

Buy at Amazon MP3
More On This Album


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Idiosyncratic News – 03/26/2012 Edition

Bits from around the web that I think you should know about.

-Check this album out

That’s Jenny & Tyler and they have a new single out on iTunes( a cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s ‘Sound of Silence.’  All proceeds from the sell of the song go to the ongoing fight against human trafficking.  The song broke into the top 10 of iTunes singer/songwriter chart yesterday and they’d like to keep the momentum going for the cause. Check it out.

-Marc Gunn, producer of the Celtic Music Podcast and editor of Celtic Music Magazine has compiled the annual St. Patrick’s Day mp3s  available for download here.

-Katie Herzig is currently on tour which isn’t so much the news, but if you are local to Louisville she will be playing at Headliner’s on May 19th.  Ticket information is available here.  Other tour information, including dates and venues, is available here.

-Also local to Louisville a number of bands are offering up house concerts for auction to support the G.O. Ministries.  Check it out here.  The auctions appear to end this weekend so bid early, bid often.

-Lastly for this week, the original programmer behind the original post-apocalyptic Wasteland is turning to the crowd to fund the sequel.  The good news is that has achieved it’s funding goals in the past three days, but you can still contribute at the Kickstarter page and help make it a multi-platform reality.