In episode 25 of CCJam, Kevie introduces the listeners to German artist Teresa. She is active on Jamendo, Facebook and YouTube, her first full length album is available to purchase from itunes and Bandcamp. The tracks included in this show are:
In episode 24 of CCJam, Kevie introduces the listeners to Portland based punk rockers Blowing Up Bridges. They have a selection of music available on Bandcamp and Soundcloud. They are also included in the punk mix tape Work Together Play Together. The tracks included on this show are from the Terrorist Chic EP:
In the twenty third episode of CCJam, kevie introduces the listeners to California rock band John Travoltage. They are active on Facebook, Soundcloud, Jamendo and Reverbnation. The tracks on this episode do contain some language that some listeners may find offensive, for that reason it carries a NSFW label. The track included in this podcast are:
Kevie and Andrew (aka McNalu) begin by reviewing a bumper crop of interesting distro releases listed on distrowatch.com. Kevie then gives us a revised opinion of some software he reviewed in previous episodes based on longer-term use, and blames Andrew for making him try the vector graphics application Karbon. The rest of the show is taken over with a review of the Debian-based Tanglu GNU/Linux distro, which has been around now for about a year. Kevie tries out both its Gnome and KDE variants, and Andrew, being a day-to-day KDE user, moves out of his comfort-zone to try Tanglu with Gnome 3. Andrew mentions a game he’s been playing – the splendidly titled Sir, You Are Being Hunted – and then explains why he has decided to take out a life membership of the magnatune.com music service, which he often uses as a source of creative commons-licensed music for TuxJam. We end with an appeal for more feedback as unusually we didn’t receive any for TuxJam 37 Your comments and suggestions for reviews and of music to play are very welcome!
Creative commons tracks played:
- Eye of the storm by Modern pitch
- Tumble mat by Sinkhole
- Alone (it’s not so bad) by I’m not left handed
- Just leave him by Jim Gaven
- The difference (calming down) by Mystic crock
In the 22nd episode of CCJam, Kevie introduces the listeners to the London based hard-rock band Fallen to Flux. The band are very active at the moment with a new EP and the opening of a new merchandise store. They are active on about.me, Twitter, Facebook, itunes, Youtube, Bandcamp, Spotify and Jamendo.
The tracks included in the podcast today are:
In an era of an ever increasing militarisation of the Police, aided by the sense that they’re above the law, it’s more important than ever for civilians to watch, record and expose them. The era of doing that overtly is also over. We need to take additional steps to preserve the evidence.
- Texas police officer uses stun gun on 76-year-old during routine traffic stop
- Denver Police seize tablet, delete video of brutal arrest. But it had backed up to “the cloud”
- Why The Iowa Digital Driver’s License Seems So Cool—And Scary
It’s one thing for manufacturers to have cross promotional agreements with each other, it’s another to lock the customers of one product into buying specifically branded replaceable products.