I’d like to have a regular (read: weekly) review of podcasts that I listen to regularly. Well, at least until I run out of podcasts…
So, I’ll start with Rathole Radio.
I started listening to Rathole Radio after it was mentioned on Linux Outlaws (review pending).
Rathole Radio is a podcast hosted by Dan Lynch every two weeks. It’s broadcast out of Liverpool England and is a showcase for eclectic creative commons music.
Dan plays a little bit of everything; from rap and hip-hop to folk, country, electro, rock and roll, and nerdcore. It’s very eclectic and I’ve found lots of good music through this show. I don’t necessarily like absolutely everything he plays, but I don’t necessarily like everything that the regular radio or NPR plays. As long as you’re getting exposed to the new stuff that’s out there, it’s all good in my book. You never know what you’ll like til you listen to it.
He gets a lot of his music from Jamendo, which is a host for creative commons music.
Recently, Rathole Radio has been hosting a live show called “Rathole Radio Roadshow“. This year it’s going to be held at the Zanzibar in Liverpool.
So, if you’re into eclectic music, check this podcast out. He also broadcasts live every two weeks on Sunday at 4 PM Eastern Time. You can find the fun at the last link, and also in the IRC room: #ratholeradio on irc.freenode.net. There’s a link on the live page to use a web-based IRC client, so you don’t have to know how to set up IRC on your computer if you want to participate.