Best ccmusic podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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DC Music Rocks
Weekly
 
DC Music Rocks! This show is about sharing great music by artists from the DC Area. All tracks are available to you right now, and most can be shazamed. It’s actually quite easy to be a fan of these artists too, so take a listen and check out the ones you like! Hosted by Brian Nelson-Palmer, the drummer for the DC based original rock & roll band, Fellowcraft.
 
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C7music Podcast
Weekly
 
Music and media updated weekly for choirs of Church of the Resurrection
 
Matt Carter goes in depth to really break down what is going on with people, art, music, science and more. The first 12 episodes Matt and Toby will give an in depth look at what went into the making of each song on Emery's new album, You Were Never Alone.
 
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C'mmons baby!
Monthly
 
C'mmons baby! é un podcast sobre músicas distribuidas baixo licenzas copyleft, creative commons ou de libre descarga. (CC + copyleft + free downloadable) music podcast
 
This is a monthly podcast of my favorites in EDM and the greater electronic scene. Sometimes it is new, sometimes old, hopefully, always tasty.
 
THE CJC MUSIC RADIO NETWORK offers showcases featuring music, fun conversations, tools, and information that matter to musicians and industry professionals worldwide. Whether you're just a music lover or part of the scene, OUR SHOWCASES ARE FOR EVERYONE!Our audience includes, performers, artists, composers, comedians, managers, booking agents, marketers, designers, actors, authors, attorneys, film makers – anyone and everyone who is interested in, wants to be or is a part of the music and en ...
 
"The You, Me Them, Everybody podcast feed is a treasure trove of conversations with funny, insightful, or otherwise interesting people from across the cultural spectrum." The A.V. Club
 
Featuring the percussion ensemble personal compositions. More to come from the JHS cardinals!!!
 
DJ Habett public torrential output of CC music: Free music for unfree people
 
DJ Habett public torrential output of CC music: Free music for unfree people
 
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In this episode we wanted to talk about a question that has been asked a lot of us lately and that is how to get guests on to your podcast, or how to become a guest on others podcasts. We recorded this on Facebook Live in the PodTips community so please do excuse some of the levels issues we had, Ant has been travelling around and didn't have h ...…
 
Our question this week from Harry Morgan was about whether or not to use Facebook Adverts to grow your Podcast audience. There are advantages and disadvantages to doing this and we go through the different ways, as well as my top tip to save yourself money and convert successfully with online advertising. To learn about the Facebook Pixel and u ...…
 
This weeks question comes from PodStuffPod who asked: "Is there a way to tag just certain episodes as explicit?" So we answered this question in 60 seconds and then continued to talk about swearing in podcasts and looked at if it does effect your show's listing, being featured as well as many other things. We also managed to grab an interview w ...…
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Hayek Program scholar Lawrence H. White discusses the history of the field of macroeconomics, Austrian business cycle theory, and illustrates how Austrian economics can be inserted into modern macroeconomic theory. CC Music: Twisterium
 
Is development an open-ended or closed-ended process? What limits do we face when we strive for economic development? On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Hayek Program Scholar Christopher Coyne gives a brief overview of development and critiques state-led strategy. CC Music: Twisterium
 
How does mainline economics differ from the popularity of scientism in the economic sciences? What other unorthodox areas of research can be explored using the framework of mainline economics? On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Professor Bruce Caldwell discusses the history and importance of 'mainline economics' as a research topic. ...…
 
On January 26, 2017 the Hayek Program hosted a book panel on 'Faces of Moderation: The Art of Balance in an Age of Extremes' by Aurelian Craiutu, Professor of Political Science at Indiana University, Bloomington. The panel included the author and panelists Joshua Chermiss, Karol Soltan, and Peter Boettke. The panelists discussed the findings of ...…
 
On December 8, 2016, the Hayek Program hosted a book panel on 'Hayek’s Modern Family: Classical Liberalism and the Evolution of Social Institutions' by Steven Horwitz, Visiting Scholar at the John H. Schnatter Institute for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise at Ball State University and Charles A. Dana Professor of Economics at St. Lawrence U ...…
 
Hayek Program Associate Director Christopher Coyne interviews the 2015-2016 F. A. Hayek Distinguished Visiting Scholar Robert Higgs, Senior Fellow in Political Economy for The Independent Institute and Editor of the Institute’s quarterly journal The Independent Review. Coyne talks to Professor Higgs about his intellectual background, his work i ...…
 
In February 2016, Hayek Program Don C. Lavoie Senior Fellow Virgil Storr sat down with Emily Chamlee-Wright, President & CEO of the Institute for Humane Studies and alumna of the Mercatus PhD Fellowship program, to discuss her research on economics and culture. In Part 2 of this interview, Chamlee-Wright discusses the impetus behind her decisio ...…
 
After mentioning the project several times on the show (and on the blog as well!), this week, I finally had the pleasure of talking to Markus Koller, the person behind the wonderful Starfrosch. Starfrosch is a Switzerland-based project that runs simultaneously as a podcast, a blog, an automated radio playlist and, last but definitely not least, ...…
 
Thirty years ago, in October 1986, James M. Buchanan was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics. On October 6, 2016, the Hayek Program hosted an event to reflect on the significance of Buchanan’s Nobel Prize and the various strands of influence his work has had in subsequent decades of scholarship. This interdisciplinary panel discussion features ...…
 
Thirty years ago, in October 1986, James M. Buchanan was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics. On October 6, 2016, the Hayek Program hosted an event to reflect on the significance of Buchanan’s Nobel Prize and the various strands of influence his work has had in subsequent decades of scholarship. Michael Munger, Professor of Political Science a ...…
 
This week we take a look at the Toronto Blue Jays ascension to the World Series for the first time, Great Britain cuts 75% of their coal jobs, people already know Al Gore as boring and we look at what Compaq was pricing their laptops at in 1992 We take a look at the rise and fall of C+C Music Factory and how one short lived member of the group ...…
 
On September 8, 2016, the Hayek Program hosted a book panel on 'Community Revival in the Wake of Disaster: Lessons in Local Entrepreneurship,' co-authored by Hayek Program Don C. Lavoie Fellow Virgil Henry Storr, Hayek Program Senior Fellow Stefanie Haeffele-Balch, and Mercatus PhD alumna Laura E. Grube. The panel included author Virgil Storr a ...…
 
Hayek Program Senior Fellow Jayme Lemke sat down with Director Peter Boettke to discuss the commonalities between the three approaches to understanding the social world discussed previously in this series: Austrian economics, public choice economics, and the Bloomington School’s multiple-methods, real-world approach to institutional analysis. R ...…
 
Hayek Program Senior Fellow Jayme Lemke sat down with Director Peter Boettke to discuss the Bloomington School of Political Economy in this wide-ranging interview. They discuss the Ostroms’ approach to understanding self-governing societies, their use of multiple methodologies, and the continuing relevance of the Bloomington School to current r ...…
 
Hayek Program Senior Fellow Jayme Lemke sat down with Senior Fellow Donald Boudreaux to discuss the Virginia School of Political Economy in this wide-ranging interview. They cover the foundations and impetus of the Virginia school, the key insights of public choice economics, and the continuing relevance of these insights for today. Read more: ...…
 
Hayek Program Senior Fellow Jayme Lemke sat down with Associate Director Christopher Coyne to discuss the Austrian School of Political Economy in this wide-ranging interview. They discuss a brief history of Austrian economics, the role that value and prices play in economic calculation, the importance of knowledge and institutions in Austrian m ...…
 
Touring and Recording percussionist for the past 26 years specializing in the styles of RB, Funk, Latin, Latin Jazz, Fusion, New Age, Country and all ethnic percussion. Here is a partial listing of the artists that Jackie has worked with: The Beach Boys, Eagles, Michael McDonald, George Duke, Stanley Clarke, Earth, Wind Fire, Dave Koz, Tower of ...…
 
green--lets stay togethermccoy--the hustlerawls--youll never findsilvetti--spring rainwhite--band of goldmyers--i want to thank yousledge--hes the greatest dancerross--love hangoverlouie--i like funky musicjackson--billie jeanthree degrees--tsopcc music factory--im gonna make you sweatmanilow--copacabana…
 
Download Ogg – Download Mp3 http://traffic.libsyn.com/ratholeradio/RR150_19_07_2015.mp3 | Open Player in New Window Time for another Rathole Radio! The usual mixture of eclectic music from around the world combined with the usual dose of elongated ramblings from myself. This show we have Russian electro, American rock, Polish indie, Italian met ...…
 
Download Ogg – Download Mp3 http://traffic.libsyn.com/ratholeradio/RR150_19_07_2015.mp3 | Open Player in New Window Time for another Rathole Radio! The usual mixture of eclectic music from around the world combined with the usual dose of elongated ramblings from myself. This show we have Russian electro, American rock, Polish indie, Italian met ...…
 
Here is an older, perhaps wiser version of Nambavan. He has appeared on the BSWC radio program here, here, here, here, and here. He also has a track in the One-a-Day feed that was posted February 20, 2007. Ok, we really like the guy. This tune is from a WM Recordings release from May 20, 2011 called Modnay Discoteka. Nambavan is Linar Bilalov. ...…
 
[Cheyenne and Chris Zabriskie talk about making money with CC music and YouTube's ContentID system.]http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/58978
 
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