I don’t know if this is the right place to post this as it is technically spamming, but just move it if need be.
A good mate of mine and I have started up a podcast where we discuss new and classic films and music, but also give Top 5 Lists and other stuff. We only have five episodes at the moment, but it is a weekly thing and it is getting better as we go along.
Anyone interested at all in films or music discussion we would be humbled if you could give us a listen and if you dig it to pass it along to others you think might also enjoy it.
Our website is: http://lastpictureshowpodcast.blogspot.com
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
and we are on both Facebook and Twitter (Twitter username is TLPSPodcast)
Subscribe to us via iTunes or whatevs.
I kind of hate shameless self-promotion, so if you are at all offended by this, feel free to ignore it.
Unnoticed things go unnoticed.
Since I posted this we have now got a solid amount of episodes and are continually submitting a new episode every week.
We are about to do a Film Noir Marathon in which we will be looking at one film a week:
1. The Big Sleep
2. Out of the Past
3. Double Indemnity
4. The Killers
6. Touch of Evil
Combined with our new film and album every week there should be something for everyone up in here. Please help support our show!
Our new website is: http://www.lastpictureshowpodcast.com
We would greatly appreciate any input or feedback, or even just giving the show a go.
As I already wrote on your wall, you guys have a great podcast. I stumbled upon the link on Mubi and since then I’ve had the chance to listen to a few episodes.
I appreciate the open-mindedness and the well thought out analyses. Initially I thought it would be purely on film but there are also album reviews for which I must also give you props as your choices are quite diverse. One thing I may suggest is to insert longer music extracts – the entire song if possible, so that we can get a better sense of what it is like. If time or DRM are constraints, maybe you could select a catchier part of the song rather than the beginning.