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Is This Racist?

Episode 4

Emily Slaughter and Mickey Freeland, Baltimore’s ultimate and penultimate authorities (respectively) on Race and Racism have teamed up to bring you an exciting and intellectually stimulating new episode of their podcast: Is This Racist? Over the course of roughly an hour, Emily and Mickey will play us potentially un-PC songs from all corners of the past century of popular culture and determine, once and for all, which are deserving of the “Racist” stamp. Join them for an inane hour of discussion, argument and nutty music on their new podcast. Enjoy!

Contact Emily and Mickey: isthisracist@gmail.com

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Download: Is This Racist? (Episode 4)

Is This Racist?

Episode 3

Emily Slaughter and Mickey Freeland, Baltimore’s ultimate and penultimate authorities (respectively) on Race and Racism have teamed up to bring you an exciting and intellectually stimulating new episode of their podcast: Is This Racist? Over the course of roughly an hour, Emily and Mickey will play us potentially un-PC songs from all corners of the past century of popular culture and determine, once and for all, which are deserving of the “Racist” stamp. Join them for an inane hour of discussion, argument and nutty music on their new podcast. Enjoy!

Contact Emily and Mickey: isthisracist@gmail.com

[audio:http://www.beatbots.com/av/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/isthisracist3.mp3]

Download: Is This Racist? (Episode 3)

Is This Racist?

Episode 2

Emily Slaughter and Mickey Freeland, Baltimore’s ultimate and penultimate authorities (respectively) on Race and Racism have teamed up to bring you an exciting and intellectually stimulating new episode of their podcast: Is This Racist? Over the course of roughly an hour, Emily and Mickey will play us potentially un-PC songs from all corners of the past century of popular culture and determine, once and for all, which are deserving of the “Racist” stamp. Join them for an inane hour of discussion, argument and nutty music on their new podcast. Enjoy!

[audio:http://www.beatbots.com/av/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/isthisracist-episode2.mp3]

Download: Is This Racist? (Episode 2)

Is This Racist?

Episode 1

Emily Slaughter and Mickey Freeland, Baltimore’s ultimate and penultimate authorities (respectively) on Race and Racism have teamed up to bring you an exciting and intellectually stimulating new podcast entitled: Is This Racist? Over the course of roughly an hour, Emily and Mickey will play us potentially un-PC songs from all corners of the past century of popular culture and determine, once and for all, which are deserving of the “Racist” stamp. Join them for an inane hour of discussion, argument and nutty music on their new podcast. Enjoy!

[audio:http://www.beatbots.com/av/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/isthisracist-episode1.mp3]

Download: Is This Racist? (Episode 1)

podcast

The fourth installment of locals + freaks comes from our friend Paul Baker known on the board as leriseux.
This European bred dj/producer got an early start in the Belgian Nu-Beat scene which led to exposure to acid house and techno.
This mix is a far cry from his beginnings coming with stripped down micro house and techno jams that will melt your face.

Subscribe to the podcast through iTunes by clicking the link below.

Subscribe via iTunes.

Or paste this into any other podcast subscription program you use:

http://www.bmore-electro.com/podcast/podcast.xml

Direct download.

On June 2, 2008, Jeff “The Taper” Mewbourn and Justin “Beatbots Founder” Blemly were interviewed on WYPR’s Maryland Morning program on 88.1FM in Baltimore. Here it is for your listening pleasure. The interview is about 12 minutes long and features snippets from three of Jeff’s live recordings: Double Dagger, Small Sur and Oxter.

Hear Jeff wax sentimental about getting involved with the Baltimore underground music scene in his mid 40s and Justin try to explain the message behind the Baltimore City Paper’s “Best Song of 2007″ and the definition of “post hardcore-punk” without sounding like a total idiot.

WYPR
Beatbots AV Club: An Audio Archive of Baltimore’s Up-and-Coming Bands
Much of the brilliance of Baltimore’s independent music scene exists beyond the view of a casual music fan. Semi-secretive performances in warehouses, lofts and basements are often the norm for the city’s young artists. An online forum called Beatbots AV Club is recording Baltimore’s underground concerts, but not for posterity; it’s just for the love of the music. Tom talks with Beatbots founder Justin Blemly and AV Club Chief Engineer ‘Jeff the Taper’ Mewbourn.

Beatbots A/V Club interview on WYPR (Download)

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locals + freaks is a podcast from the Baltimore message board/party promoters bmore/electro.

Our third installment of locals + freaks comes from D.C. resident Bernard Farley better known as Outputmessage.

This set has been well slept on, taken from Brander’s old radio show the Mechanical Pulse in East Lansing, MI back on March 5th, 2005.
For those that know and actually look the date up it is not taken from the show but was recorded live at the WDBM studios on the
Tuesday afternoon prior to the Outputmessage show at Mac’s Bar in Lansing, MI that night.

Enough background, this mix is full of the beautifully constructed IDM tracks that first put his name on the electronic music map. Enjoy.

Subscribe to the podcast through iTunes by clicking here.

Or paste this into any other podcast subscription program you use:

http://www.bmore-electro.com/podcast/podcast.xml

Download directly here.

Audio, Podcast : Dubstep!

September 24th, 2007

An half-hour dubstep mix, with a little bit of traditional dub inside.


download here

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