3M: Bleeding Hands Don't Lie June 15, 2009 10:55 AM   Subscribe

In episode three of the Metafilter Music Podcast, I do an interview with Jim "InfidelZombie" Whitter, and play music by Devils Rancher, es_de_bah, umbú (again!), Baby_Balrog, greekphilosophy, and Potomac Avenue. The show runs about 39 and a half minutes.


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The segments, in play order:

00:00 - Podcast intro theme by InfidelZombie
01:32 - Getting a Tan by Devils Rancher
05:30 - paint another layer on by es_de_bah
09:12 - David's Chords by umbú
10:26 - Bleeding Hands by InfidelZombie
13:27 - Interview with InfidelZombie
22:57 - Forver Mr. Never Wrong by InfidelZombie
25:20 - Radiator Charlie's Mortgage Lifters by Baby_Balrog
28:20 - Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal by greekphilosophy
34:05 - Sunlite by Potomac Avenue

You can check out all of Jim's tracks here, including some great stuff uploaded since this interview took place back in late May. Here's his RPM Challenge recordings, and the Neil Young cover, both mentioned in the interview.
posted by cortex to MeFi Podcast at 10:55 AM (16 comments total)

I was hoping this was a post about the dangers of scotch tape. Still, I'll listen.
posted by not_on_display at 10:57 AM on June 15, 2009


Heh.
posted by cortex (staff) at 11:02 AM on June 15, 2009


I dson't even remember doing this interview ...

Oh. Infidel Zombie.
posted by Astro Zombie at 11:14 AM on June 15, 2009


That is so racist.
posted by Plutor at 11:15 AM on June 15, 2009


Thanks for interviewing me for this cortex-- I had a great time doing it.
posted by InfidelZombie at 12:48 PM on June 15, 2009


Fantastic job. It was quite a shift to go fromBleeding hands to Forever Mr. Never Wrong realizing they were the same person.
posted by boo_radley at 2:24 PM on June 15, 2009


Oh, hey, more apt than you know. The only band that ever made me bleed on stage was The Beat Meters. I think I had cut myself in a cooking accident, which was how I supported my music habit, but whatever. The stitches came open on stage, and I pretty well soaked my bass. It was badass.
posted by Devils Rancher at 2:32 PM on June 15, 2009


The podcast is going from strength to strength. Love it.
posted by robcorr at 3:43 AM on June 16, 2009


*_*

efame at last
posted by Potomac Avenue at 7:32 AM on June 16, 2009


This is, once again, really awesome and I love that you're keeping on this, cortex. Perhaps these could be "simulposted" in MeTa and Music?
posted by ORthey at 9:48 AM on June 16, 2009


Cool to hear the history of Music, and it's earlier format. Also, I hope a compilation album happens again some day. Great interview InfidelZombie! I liked how this one went more in depth about the way this specific musician's songs come together, as well as hearing about how bands work.
posted by Corduroy at 5:00 PM on June 16, 2009


Also, awesome Potomac Avenue song at the end.
posted by Corduroy at 5:02 PM on June 16, 2009


Thanks for putting this together, cortex. It always amazes me the range of music that I find on MM, so many styles, levels of production; and I'm always surprised that I like almost all of the songs that I hear when I drop by. This show's a great distillation.
posted by not_on_display at 9:47 PM on June 16, 2009


Lovin it - thanks!
posted by furious at 1:59 PM on June 17, 2009


Yeah, as usual this was top-notch. I would listen to a full 60 minutes of this. I guess that's like saying I would listen to ~53 minutes of MeFi Music, which I would also do.
posted by sleevener at 9:17 AM on June 18, 2009


God damn you guys, this is impressive. I'm just getting around to listening to the podcasts today.

I think I'm going to go ahead and try to switch over to all freely available music. The quality here is impressive and this is just one site!
posted by ODiV at 10:18 AM on June 19, 2009


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