Sep 29, 2006

BSWC 9.30.06 Audio File now available

Here is tomorrow's show. A show filled with ccMixter goodness, prerecorded for your pleasure. Playlist with links to follow, I hope. On-the-road this weekend, will be back in the studio live next week. Enjoy life!

Sep 22, 2006

BSWC Podex #7: The Missing Link

Yo! I got a ahead of myself with #8. This one was waiting for the voice-over and got missed in the rush to #8. Omars Attacks! I love this release from Jamendo. It's called Strawberries from Outer Space and it has simply got everything going.

The set concludes with something from a release called Kraut Fuer Alle by Schäng Pfui & Mätes B. The tune is called Ich bin ein Muehlen Koelsch. These guys are from Cologne, Germany and the release is a must download. Enjoy the missing link.

Sep 19, 2006

Ambient Pills : As Promised

This is great chill out, inspirational, ambient. Nice full rich sound, gentle layering, and just stimulating enough that you could lay back in a nice leather chair at the end of a long night and freshen your brain.

BSWC Podex #8: Enjoy some nice music

Here is a quick 4 song Podex. It begins with Irene Bolis from Italy, continues with the Portable Folk Band out of Philly. Next it features two artists from, Ashwan and cdk. It works for me. I hope you enjoy. Podcast Extra #8.

Sep 16, 2006

BSWC 9.16.06: CC Music from Around the World (The one-year anniversary show)

It is another Jamendo night at Black Sweater, White Cat. We are loving the new, Web 2.0 features that have been installed at Jamendo. The site just keeps getting better and better. I can remember when Subsystem sent me a link for Jamendo and it was a funky little thing that was all in French (it wasn't the language that was my main barrier, it was the funky code). Now look at you, Jamendo...You are so cool. The P2P thing can get a little goofy with the new releases, but you don't have to worry with the established releases. Once something is discovered, it gets seeded and the little P2P pods can do their thing. (I'm still a little "Ted Stevens" about the P2P magic). Someone should try to explain it to me sometime. Meanwhile, enjoy the fruits of my torrent.

If you are in the net neighborhood from 9:00 to 11:00, stop by and listen to the stream.

The Meridian Show by JeffD CLARK
Biomythos by Revolution Void
Jet Set by Kiff'On
Stelle della mia anima (experiment mix) by deejay dav
We Dance The Gerbil Dance (Techno Dance Victim) by David Alexander McDonald
apricot hill by Grace Valhalla
Voyage by Flatlink
Hot Dog by Dean Chris
mh mh mh by plunk
Requiem pour une goutte d'eau a la con by Skandalo Publico
Antwerpen by Mad in H
Opium Noir (Another World Mix) by Realaze
Geodetic Transmissions by Revolution Void
Six eight by sebteix
she is not a human! by Omars Attacks
dance from outer space by Omars Attacks

nebulous advice in july (ft. Ran Dumb Dots. meliss... by Tomas PhUsIoN
Ich bin ein Muehlen Koelsch by Schaeng Pfui
Amiga Resurection by Marti van Lin
Bauhelm Dub by disrupt
Wüste Gobbi by LUXUS
never get out by Tomas PhUsIoN

Sep 14, 2006

Tout en Un : Crisp Funk

Yep, that's right, that nice, crisp funk sound. These guys have it and it is nice to hear. 14 tracks on the release. Give Midnight Funk a spin and that should give you an idea of whether this one is for you.

Sep 12, 2006

BSWC Podex #006--Bringing back the podex

It has been some time since we have posted a Podcast Extra. The inspiration for #006 comes directly from Podcamp Boston. This is the unconference that was held last weekend at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston. Wonderful meetup of like-minded folks with podcasts on the brain. I began to think that the broadcast to podcast model that I have been following might be a bit stale. So I'm going to spice the feed up with some real, life, down-to-the-bone podcasting. Let me know what you think.

For those of you that subscribe to the feed or those of you who might, what do you think? Shorter, internet-only podcasts, reworked 2-hour broadcasts, or both? Leave a note or send a note to


Here is the playlist for Podex #006

Tic-Tac by Kvaleoun
Gare de l'Est by Arno DOXOUND
Dee Tea by Dee Mond
wearing nothing but attitude by baroquedub
Son Chetverty: Zapah Leta i Apelsinov by Zmeerozy

Sep 9, 2006

Replay of 2/18/2006

I had planned on doing a live show this evening, had some special picks that will just need to wait, but I will be too far out of town at a wedding to make it back for the show. So I hope you enjoy a replay of one of my personal favorite's BSWC 2/18/2006.

Subsystem7 out.

Sep 2, 2006

BSWC Artist Playlist for 09.02.06

Update: Here is the audio file for 9.2.06

Oh man, busy week for CC music here at the BSWC zone. Been blogging CC:365 all week and now it's time for the show. Here is the playlist. Hopefully, links will follow and get updated before showtime.

If you are in the Net Neighborhood between 9:00 pm and 11:00 pm EDT, you are welcome to tune into our live streamcast. Thanks for listening.

Hay mujeres que quitan el sueno mejor que un cafe by Micko
Depuis toi by justine jefferson
Superheros by Matthew Tyas
Janglinserbulli by LUXUS
Stranger From Below by Trifonic by Lisa DeBenedictis
gimmie by Mr Nuts
Jazzy by Mando Mango
Intro by My Name Is Fantastik
Anarchy Of The Rockin Clan by My Name Is Fantastik
Shake by littlecaniche
lounge-love_satellite[remix] by elektrohaendler
memories of summer / goodbye August by tatsu
Headphonetic by Revolution Void
Pizzicato Suite (I Like This Pizzicato Suite) by Rasterfahndung
Storm Riders by Realaze
I like that! by Bep
Intelligencia Test (feat. Sam-A) by Monsieur Z
Roots song by Bep
After the rain by Christian Walt
what's a boy to do? by hachi