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Podcast title Indie Music On Tap
Website URL http://chillfiltr.com
Description We will discuss new music every episode, listen to songs from breaking artists, and look at how these different voices together speak to a universal narrative.
Updated Fri, 08 Feb 2019 05:18:46 +0000
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Episodes

1. CHILLFILTR: TAP Season 1, Episode 3 - 2018 pt. 2, Companies Don't Love You, & a Pill for Loneliness
http://indiemusicontap.com/chi... download (audio/mpeg, 44.12Mb)

Description:

Ask yourself if you define who you are in such a way that someone or something can take it away from you. If the answer is yes you're doing it wrong. Hi, I'm Krister Axel and I am here to act like I know something, thanks for joining me. Today we are talking about the fact that corporations don't love you, they just want your money, so we are trying to take back our humanity and later we are going to talk about the third horse and the correlated concept of yes, no, and the third answer which is fuck you and why we are hearing so much of that right now.

Artists in this episode:

MIKE VIOLA - AMERICAN EGYPT
GRIZFOLK - HEAVY CROWN
JACK SYMES - COOL GOD
THE HEART OF - SLEEP TIGHT
FONTAINE - YESTERDAY
SMALL MILLION - YOUNG FOOLS
YEARDLEY - TIGERS FOR THE PENNANT

links:

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jan/26/pill-for-loneliness-psychology-science-medicine

http://www.mikeviola.com/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNUlYFdBVEg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xAnyuDUcjg

https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2018/11/8/jack-symes-cool-god

https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/fontaine/d9yt

https://smallmillion.bandcamp.com/

https://yeard-ley.bandcamp.com/track/tigers-for-the-pennant

 

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.

 

 



2. CHILLFILTR: TAP Season 1, Episode 2 - 2018 pt. 1, SubmitHub, & This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things
http://indiemusicontap.com/s1-... download (audio/mpeg, 24.67Mb)

Description:

Along with listening to three of my favorite tracks from last year, we will discuss the plight of Federal workers, and explain a little bit about what SubmitHub is and why we love it. We will also talk a little bit about how we shame our children out of being creative, and what is going on with the current explosion of different musical genres.

We heard from: Max García Conover, SAMIA, and Baba Sonya.

If you want to be featured on this podcast, please visit 

tinyurl.com/submitfor29 or submithub.com/blog/chillfiltr

Links:

https://www.gofundme.com/govshutdown

http://everynoise.com/

https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2018/2/7/what-is-roots-rock

https://www.submithub.com/blog/chillfiltr

https://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity

Songs:

https://maxgarciaconover.bandcamp.com/track/week-71-home-pt-2

https://samia.bandcamp.com/track/21

https://babasonya.bandcamp.com/track/chemistry-2

We want to say thanks to all of the artists who were kind enough to let us hear their songs and put them in the podcast.

Please visit CHILLFILTR:TAP to join the conversation and make suggestions.

Thank you for listening.

Krister Axel

CHILLFILTR.com 

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.



3. CHILLFILTR: TAP Season 1, Episode 1 - Exploring Music, Language, and the Human Heart
http://indiemusicontap.com/chi... download (audio/mpeg, 28.15Mb)

Description:

I built a music blog from nothing last year. Less than 12 months later, we are getting up to 200 submissions per week, and we average 2 blog features per day. I have heard so much great music this year that I started showcasing my favorite songs. If you want to be featured on this podcast, please visit here.

Today we are talking about how artists are able to define themselves around a song, using the lyrics and the context to create their own sound and personality. We also look at personal dichotomies that can be helpful for anyone to get a handle on some of their own 'mismatch' problems. We discuss the ideas of Malcolm Gladwell, portions of a speech from MLK, and how some things never go out of style.

We hear songs from:

Phil Good - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0ODdd5MWj4

Leah Capelle - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-f7jc8YHtU

Old Nobodaddy - https://youtu.be/s8iwEPjzcXc

We want to say thanks to all of the artists who were kind enough to let us hear their songs and put them in the podcast.

Please visit CHILLFILTR:TAP to join the conversation and make suggestions.

Thank you for listening.

Krister Axel

CHILLFILTR.com 

All audio used in this podcast was either explicitly released for use in this format by the copyright owner (release on file), or recorded on site at CHILLFILTR studios.