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New Music Interview Podcast from Greg Massi (ex-Kayo Dot)

Discussion in 'Kayo Dot' started by Baliset, Jul 5, 2014.

  1. Baliset

    Baliset guitar deity

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    Hey folks,

    I started my own music interview podcast called The Color Of Air. We've done two episodes so far. You can find us on iTunes or check out the website. www.colorofair.com
     
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  3. inkybmistro

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    really enjoying these, greg!
     
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    My fav so far is the one with Kevin Hufnagel. Been a fan of his work with Dysrhythmia for a while, and also with Gorguts, but had no idea he made such awesome ukulele music. Came as a total surprise, not only because of the type of stuff he is more well known for, but also because I thought I was one of the only people who take the ukulele seriously.

    Looking forward to the episode with Toby.
     
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    These are so damn good.
     
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    Great podcast. Love the Feem Tune (Little Britain reference?).
     

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