Hometown Sounds Podcast
By Hometown Sounds
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Weekly podcast of music from Washington, DC
||Podcast for November 20th, 2015||This week Tony drops some spoof rock news headlines and Paul reminisces about an old house venue. Tracklisting: GoldLink – Dance On Me [And After That, We Didn’t Talk] Time Is Fire – Violence (Brings Violence) [Time Is Fire EP] More Huma||11/20/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Podcast for November 4th, 2015||This week Tony’s worn down from going to too many shows and Paul DJed next to a spinning boulder. In addition to recapping their Halloween outings, they serve up the great new songs from DC that you demand! Tracklisting: Black Masala – Too Hot To Wa||11/4/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Podcast for October 20th, 2015||Paul & Tony interrupt their hardcore gym training routine, buffing up for the fall season, to bring you fierce workout jams from our favorite new DC releases! Tracklisting: Empresarios – The Vibes feat. Ephniko [The Vibes] Teen Mom – Someo||10/20/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Podcast for October 8th, 2015||Paul & Tony are pretty excited about the autumn weather, presenting a Fancy Fall Spectacular edition of the Hometown Sounds podcast. Tony talks about troll texting Justin Trawick and Paul finally gets to music festival. And of course the hot new DC ja||10/6/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Podcast for September 22nd, 2015||On this week’s episode of the Hometown Sounds podcast, Tony can’t bounce to the latest club bangers because a new Popeye’s special is weighing him down. Also, Paul admits to creepin’ on Periscope. But what you really want are the freshest DC songs||9/22/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Podcast for September 8th, 2015 feat. Bobby Thompson||Blues rocker Bobby Thompson drops by the Hometown Sounds podcast to talk about his favorite tracks and preview his new record “Live At Iota”. Tracklisting: Bobby Thompson – Down To Here [Live at Iota] Lauren Calve – Sweep [Between||9/8/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Podcast for August 24th, 2015||Facebook wants Paul to invite his mom to everything, and Tony is obsessed with a certain spooky TV show from the 90s. Tracklisting: The Do-Likes – Time to Take You Home [The Do-Likes] Clones of Clones – Somebody Else Collider – Collide [||8/25/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Podcast for August 11th, 2015||Paul & Tony wax philosophical about spicy food, cassette releases and advance ticket sales. Tracklisting: Baebo Baggins – Team feat. Babenstein & Babe Simpson [POSI+IVE] DTMD – While You Wait [While You Wait single] Wylder – Suns||8/11/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Podcast for July 28th, 2015||Paul clues Tony in to obscure vinyl terminology and they find out just how much the iPhone knows about the local music scene. Tracklisting: Louie Lastic – Reactions [Soulection White Label] Night Kitchen – Fever Dream [Hunger Games] Sara Curti||7/28/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Podcast for July 14th, 2015||On this episode of the Hometown Sounds podcast, Tony reminisces on Jonny Grave’s folksy workplace manners and we live dangerously by using a random number generator to pick a song. Tracklisting: SOJA – I Believe (Gogo Remix feat. Alfred the MC) [Sou||7/14/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
tabs on the D.C. scene
I enjoy this podcast tremendously! It provides a great mix of music from D.C., much of which I haven't heard before.
These guys make Washington DC Music Look Real Good
They truly are THE source to go to if you want to know what's up with Washington DC's bands and artists. In between featuring songs, these super entertaining hosts offer hilarious, insightful commentary. This podcast is so good, you won't want it to end - no joke. Not only will you walk away high from the quality of music that just filled your ear holes, but you'll find yourself wanting to be friends with the hosts. Very good podcast indeed.
Finally getting to know my city's music!
What a great mix of DC artists! Paul is obviously so passionate about finding and promoting quality local musicians. He gives you great song selections, witty banter, and plenty of info on upcoming shows.