Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Music Manumit Punkcast - 004

I couldn't be bothered to put together an intro. Law school is time-consuming. I let two months slip by and I just wanted to get some music out the door.

You'll notice I didn't worry about the licensees being -NC or not, so no flattr button this time. I hope to do a couple more October shows to check up and maybe I'll go libre at that point. I also didn't worry about finding band websites (except for The Spunk Lads since I have that queued up for the main show already). You should be able to find the band websites from the song titles and band names. I hope not to be such a slacker in the future! If you have trouble finding them, let me know and I'll try to help.

If the enclosure doesn't work for some reason, you can download the file courtesy of the good folks at archive.org.

"Spunk Lads FC" by The Spunk Lads (punk) - BY-NC-SA - Website
Note: the version on the website is not the version we are playing. I cut the version on the show since the track on the website is actually two songs.

"I Hate You Baby" by Jonny Chan and the New Dynasty 6 - CC BY-NC-SA

"Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love" by Kingface - CC BY-NC-SA

"Sheena" by Sidekick Lupchen & The Bad Generation - CC BY-NC-SA
Dedication to my "lawyering" ;) (and the next song)

"Fight Song" by Cletus Got Shot (bluegrass or "folk punk") - CC BY-NC-SA

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Give me money!

So, law school starts in 3 weeks and 3 days...or orientation does, anyway. If you've listened to previous shows you know I've been pondering how best to monetize the show. Right now the best thing you can do to help me keep the show going is donate to my webhosting for http://opensourceplaground.org (osp). While it's true osp and MMPunkcast don't have anything in common besides me, right now I'm in the middle of moving, looking for an apartment and all of that jazz. I am going to try to get flattr buttons up for all the shows. I apparently made one for the first show even though it's got -NC tracks in it. I guess I'll leave it up since no one has said anything. I'll continue to get flattr buttons up for shows that don't use -NC, which probably means I'll no longer be doing -NC. Whether I move to using -ND is still a decision I need to make. I probably won't because I'd like to use tracks here and for MMP.

Just in case you are wondering, I am planning to work for free culture/free software once getting out of school.

Anyway, for anyone who does not have a flattr account, feel free to donate to the webhosting. I doubt I'll be able to register as a 501(3)(c) to allow non-fee Google Checkout, but I will look into receiving donations via other means besides Dreamhost. I'm up for suggestions. Also, is there a way to make a flattr button before you know the URL of the show?


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Friday, July 15, 2011

Music Manumit Punkcast - 003

It's a 2 for 1 deal today! Due to my slackness the June and July podcasts have come out today. I know it's poor podcasting form to release two in one day, but I'm a believer in the "release early and release often" philosophy.

On the thought of releasing early and releasing often, I have found myself spending more time on the intros than I thought I would but I think that's because it's just me rather than a discussion with Tom. Things are so new and in flux that I have a lot to say as well. Eventually I hope to say "this is the Music Manumit Punkcast" and be done with it!

Anyway, this show is a rerun of the Music Manumit Podcast interview with Australian singer/songwriter Isaac Graham. We discuss his punk roots, folk punk, his affiliation with Copyleft Record and more!

Per usual, I'm releasing only in the open format ogg. You can download it from the amazing archive.org. If you have an Android phone, this file will work. Many browsers also have ogg support built in. As for media players, Songbird on Windows/Mac will play ogg files. If you want an mp3 version, let me know - just don't tell me you want it for an iPhone because I might not do it. I can get away with being a dick about it because this is punk rock baby!!



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Music Manumit Punkcast - 002

I missed June...sorta.  I had the show up in June on archive.org.  Well, the songs are still here and they are still rockin'!

Download ogg*

Per usual, if you want an mp3 version, let me know and I can make that happen.


Tom's Picks - Punk tracks (in honor of Doug's upcoming punk music podcast).

  1. "Ten Dollars" by The Nunchaks (punk) - CC-BY-SA - Website
  2. "Copyleft Notice" by Out of Tune (punk) CC-BY-NC-sampling+ - Website
  3. "Have a Date" by Mr Feelix (punk) - CC-BY-NC-sampling+ - Website
  4. "Flash Freddy" by Zampano (punk) - CC-BY-Sampling+ - Website
  5. "Princess Mononoke" by Louis Lingg and the Bombs (punk) - CC-BY-NC-Sampling+ - Website

Monday, May 23, 2011

Music Manumit Punkcast - 001

Eventually this will be a monthly punk*-only show of remixable Creative Commons music, brought to you my Doug of the Music Manumit Podcast.  Many of the tracks will have been played on previous Music Manumit shows, but eventually I'll run out of punk songs from that show.




Download ogg* (let me know if you want an mp3 version.  I can make that happen, it'll just take more of my time. :) )






"Uppkomlingen" - by GrĂ¥suggorna - (punk) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website

"Punkpolice" - by Predator - (punk) - BY-SA-NC - Website

"frustrator" - by NO SE (punk) - BY-SA-NC - Website

"Punk Chicks" - by The A.G's (pop punk) - CC-BY - Website 
There's not likely to be a lot of pop punk on the show, but I like to reward groups that don't use the -NC.  Also, this is a song *about* punk, so I feel it's relevant.

"Glass" by The Smashing Pumpkins (punk...just listen to it) off MACHINA II (an "unreleased album") - CC BY-NC-SA - Website
If you have a better genre for this than punk, I'd be curious as to what people think of it.

"Something's Wrong" by Loudog (skacore) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website




*punk, skacore, hardcore and the punkier post-hardcore.  There will be very little, if any of what most people think of "post-punk".  There will also be very little, if any of what is commonly known as "Emo-core" or "Screamo" (old-school or 'real screamo' may be a possibility)