It's kind of hard to get into the rhythm of podcasts - I am a person who often wishes he watched/read/heard things reliably at the same time every week; the massive onslaught of choices to be made in the digital age is possibly the worst thing about it, since the unforeseen (maybe unforeseeable) result of so many great things being suddenly available at all times is that the "at all times" part comes to meet "not at this time, probably, and maybe not at a future one, either." Remove the need of having to listen or read or watch at a particular moment, and the likelihood of the moment ever coming around at all drops sharply.
So I just this morning got around to listening to Rare Frequency's February podcast, which is a total doozy - everything that's good about a music podcast in one episode: variety with focus, rarity made freely available within a context that allows the no-longer-rare thing to retain what was special about i in the first place. If, like me, you're working at a laptop and listening to music, go grab this one and listen while you work. It will take you places. What more can a person ask for?
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