Podcast: HowWasTheShow CD Reviews for March 2010 at Kings Wine Bar

Here’s the March, 2010 CD Review podcast from HowWasTheShow. David de Young reports in from Kings Wine Bar in South Minneapolis with 10 brand new tracks for you, some of which have not yet seen the light of day in album format.

This podcast’s voice drops were recorded entirely using the iPhone Voice Memo feature. The final product was assembled and mixed using Notepage’s RecordForAll.

  1. Jaspar Lepak – “Send Me Home” from Send Me Home (http://myspace.com/jasparlepak)
  2. Jennifer Markey – “Minneapolis or You” from We’re All Going to Hell (http://www.myspace.com/jennifermarkey)
  3. Eliza Blue – “Ask Me To Dance” from The Road Home (http://www.elizabluesings.com)
  4. The New Monarchs – “Tangent” from Electrocaching (http://thenewmonarchs.bandcamp.com)
  5. BNLX – “Do Without” from debut EP (http://www.myspace.com/bnlxmusic)
  6. In The Cinema – “Midday Refuge” from for the struggle (http://www.inthecinemamusic.com/)
  7. Communist Daughter – “The Lady Is An Arsonist” from Soundtrack to the End (http://www.myspace.com/communistdaughterband)
  8. 757s – “Sarah Saw it Coming” from forthcoming album (http://www.myspace.com/the757s)
  9. The Tisdales – “Lovin’ Arms of Life” from Out With The New (http://www.myspace.com/wearethetisdales)
  10. James Buckley Trio – “Signal Me” from Signal Me (http://www.myspace.com/jamesbuckley)

51 minutes.

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