Summer 07 Podcast is up

It’s been 5 months since the last one, but here it is my latest seasonal indie music mix. All the best bands that have made an impact on me from March to August of this year. Refresh your iTunes subscription, or just download and listen from the links below. Enjoy!


#7 Tom’s Best of Summer 2007
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Track List:

01 The Russian Futurists Let’s Get Ready To Crumble 2:56
02 Caribou Melody Day 4:13
03 Spoon The Underdog 3:42
04 Handsome Furs What We Had 3:56
05 Pela Lost To The Lonesome 3:12
06 Los Campesinos! We Throw Parties, You Throw Knives 2:19
07 Lesbians On Ecstasy Mortified 3:27
08 Immaculate Machine C’mon Sea Legs 4:02
09 Andrew Bird Plasticities 4:27
10 Blonde Redhead Silently 3:57
11 The National Fake Empire 3:27
12 The Good, The Bad & The Queen Herculean 3:59
13 Stars The Night Starts Here 4:53
14 Feist I Feel It All 3:39
15 The Choir Practice Red Fox 2:08

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  • Patrick

    Do you think you can have another podcast feed with individual tracks? Or at least use bookmarked AAC with the tracks as ‘chapters’?

  • Patrick

    Do you think you can have another podcast feed with individual tracks? Or at least use bookmarked AAC with the tracks as ‘chapters’?

  • No I don’t, I’ll post a directory link to the mp3’s later on if I get the chance (hosting individual mp3’s tends to kill my bandwidth though once they get discovered)

    The track bookmarks is a sorepoint. My podcast software (and I’m not on a Mac) doesn’t do it although it’s a great/easy drag and drop editor. I’m using Propaganda to mix the file.

    Know any other apps that would automatically bookmark a podcast file based on ID3 tags of the source mp3 files? I’m not inclined to annotate the podcast by hand.

  • No I don’t, I’ll post a directory link to the mp3’s later on if I get the chance (hosting individual mp3’s tends to kill my bandwidth though once they get discovered)

    The track bookmarks is a sorepoint. My podcast software (and I’m not on a Mac) doesn’t do it although it’s a great/easy drag and drop editor. I’m using Propaganda to mix the file.

    Know any other apps that would automatically bookmark a podcast file based on ID3 tags of the source mp3 files? I’m not inclined to annotate the podcast by hand.