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Geek Pop: March 2012 (Reminiscence)

Your hosts, in the old days


This month, we take a trip down memory lane as we wander through Geek Pop festivals past. You can download all the songs from this podcast on our new ‘Music‘ page, which lists every song that has ever been played at the festival.

We’ll be back with a session cast, as well as the regular monthly podcast format, in April. For now, take some time to reminisce with us.

Walter Benjamin – Let’s Tea Party (Geek Pop 2009)

Nanobot – alatinpunkcircle (Geek Pop 2009)

Chromosome – Spirit of Play (Geek Pop 2010)

How to Prove a Point – Intercontinental Music Lab (Geek Pop 2009)

Science Songs – Jonny Berliner (Geek Pop live launch, Bristol, 2010)

PRSClick here to choose from iTunes and other podcatchers. Subscription is free – it just means that whenever you open iTunes, it will automatically check for updates and download new podcasts. The online archive is here.

Intro/outro music by Intercontinental Music Lab.
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Geek Pop Podcast – May 2011 (The Fly & Other Shenanigans)

The Fly


Yo! Podcast listeners! If you’ve been listening carefully you’ll know that Geek Pop Podcast host Hayley is getting wed this month. So instead of making a podcast for you lot, she’ll be lazing on a Sardinian beach. This means for the first time since before July 2009, there is no podcast… or at least, no normal podcast. We have, however, put together a little package of best bits to tide you over. It contains such memorable times as the fabled “fly” episode and snippets from our interview with Martin Noble from British Sea Power. And if that’s not enough, why not delve into our archives yourselves? We’ll be back in June. See ya! (Oh and here’s a Spotify list for this episode).

PRSSubscribe to our podcast feed through iTunes or Google. It’s like, totally free. That’s not all though. You’ll also receive a bunch of free music downloads from our previous festivals. And if you’re looking for the online archive, it’s here.

Intro/outro music by Intercontinental Music Lab.
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Geek Pop Podcast Special – Green Man Festival

Dalmatian Rex


We’re back from our adventures at Green Man Festival (check out the pictures in our group pool on Flickr) and just because we love you, we’ve recorded a special Green Man podcast. Which means this month instead of one podcast you get TWO. Don’t say we don’t spoil you.

This one’s an (almost) entirely live music podcast, recorded in Einstein’s Garden, so there are no iTunes download links, but you’ll be hearing from: Jonny Berliner, Phatmattbaker & Oort Kuiper, The Sound of the Ladies and Sibelius. You can find videos for a couple of the live performances in our last post.

You’ll also hear from Andrew Glester, the man in charge of Polar, a project that sets footage of the Arctic and Antarctic to classical music in a live concert. You can reserve tickets for the first performance in January here. It sounds beautiful.

EXCLUSIVE: Octopus, I Love You – Dalmatian Rex & the Eigentones

Dalmatian Rex played the Reproductive Stage at the Geek Pop ’09 virtual festival. You can find links to buy their albums at their website.

PRSSubscribe to our podcast feed through iTunes or Google. It’s like, totally free. That’s not all though. You’ll also receive a bunch of free music downloads from our previous festivals. And if you’re looking for the online archive, it’s here.

Intro/outro music by Intercontinental Music Lab.
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