Ryan and Anji have been distracted by the new iPod 3G, checking out the music apps, making ringtones, and installing the podcasters iKit to make the podcast easily streamable from your iPod (or iPod Touch). Still, they’ve continued working on music and share a clip and behind the music story of their latest song in progress. The band also chat about Geoff Smith’s ringtone service, Last.FM paying royalties for song streaming, and meeting Brad of The National Pool in WOW. And, of course, they sneak in one more mention of Hungry Lucy, in particular, their song “Storm.” Just realized that, though we announce this as episode #54, technically it’s #55 because of the Lovespiralsgasms episode – shoot!
In case you didn’t hear the band’s 1 hour guest spot on Auralgasms Radio last night, don’t cry! While you did miss out on a fun chat session in the Auralgasms chatroom with Lovespirals at least you can hear a pristine archival copy of the show. Ryan and Anji chat between each song, giving not only track information, but a little insight into the music and musicians involved. The show seemed to be a big hit last night, so hopefully you’ll love it, too! Almost forgot to mention, this was the world premier of the completed SWS remix of “This Truth” – and boy, is it a goodie!!!
- “Sundrenched” Lovespirals Long Way From Home (2007)
- “Motherless Child (Karmacoda Remix)” Lovespirals Motherless Child EP (2007)
- “Walk Away (Bitstream Dream Remix)” Lovespirals Walk Away EP (2004) Download Free Mp3
- “This Truth (Soul Whirling Somewhere Remix) This Truth EP (2008) — unreleased
- “Depression Glass” Love Spirals Downwards Ardor [Remastered Reissue] (2007)
- “Unraveling” Liquid State Late Bloom (2008)
- “Accomplice” Melodyguild Aitu EP (2008)
- “An Angel, Ameliorate” Falling You Human (2006)
- “Tomorrow [Hidden Track following “Dreaming a Thousand Dreams]” Chandeen Teenage Poetry (2008)
- “Lazy Love Days” Lovespirals Long Way From Home (2007)
Thanks to Mikey for setting up this fun show and to everyone who tuned in and came by to chat – especially Riki and CocteauBoy! Music provided by the Podsafe Music Network, Projekt Records, and the bands themselves.