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Show #071: Podcast Battle 2010 WrapupBy: Darrin Snider (darrin at indyintune dot com)
Saturday, February 6, 2010 7:00:00 PM
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It's finally time to see who is the best. To find out if all those months of preparation will finally pay off when you take it head to head with some of the greatest players out there. To gather in front of some of the greatest, most-loyal fans out there and see if you have the skills and single-minded determination to take home a historic championship that is coveted by everyone, but achieved by only a few.
But enough about the Colt's being in the Superbowl tomorrow, let's talk music.
I'd been wanting to do this for three and a half years, pretty much ever since I first started Indy In-Tune and saw what Kevin and Dorn were doing with the Constant Columbus podcast. It took a few years, and a chance meeting with Joanne over at Blue Square Sound before the idea looked feasible, and even longer to get all the pieces in place. But, just a few short months later, here they are, the top ten bands in the 2010 Podcast Battle of the Bands, as chosen by you, the fans. I'll warn you now, if you haven't yet listened to this show, and you enjoy the suspense, you should probably do that now before reading any further. The battle itself was joined by 21 artists who submitted 47 tracks which were voted on by 285 fans to come up with this list. In addition, we had a few generous sponsors who put up prize packages of their own, which became additional "category based prizes" as determined by a panel of independent judges. This gave us the best of both worlds: The popularity-contest-style competition, plus an impartial and mostly-objective competition.
The podcast deals the former, but let's take a minute and look at the later: We had three judged categories this year.
Best Lyrics: Winner: Jeff DeHerdt for "I'm All the Friends that I Got." Runners Up: Tim Spainhower for "Reasons Why" and Jenn Cristy for "Betty." Jeff wins a live photo shoot courtesy of Nick T Photography.
Best Acoustic/Solo Performance: Winners: Tim Spainhower for "I've Come to Learn" and Branch Gordon for "That's What She Said" (Tie). Runner Up: Jamie Nichole for "Missing You." Tim and Branch will split the bill on a night of live music sponsored by Claude and Annie's Fishers.
Best New/Emerging Artist: Winner: Catch Curtis for "She's a Lemon." Runners Up: Goliathon for "Guilt of the Faultless" and Stagnant Pools for "Livid Livin'." Catch Curtis wins an in-store performance from our generous sponsors at Indy CD and Vinyl.
I'll let you listen to the podcast to get the rest. Once again, thank you to the artists who believed in this idea. Thank you to the sponsors who made this a reality. Most of all, thank you to the fans and supporters of the local music scene, without which none of this would have ever gotten off the ground.
Links Referenced in the Show:
- Jamie Nichole can be found here: Web Site | MySpace | Facebook. The song, "Missing You" can be found on her EP "The Attic Recordings."
- Jeff DeHerdt can be found here: MySpace | Web Site | (Neglected) Blog. He appeared on Show #005 with CA3 and as a solo artist on Show #033. "Tell Me What I Did To You" can be found on his Autumn House CD, available at all the usual suspects.
- The John Stockton Project can be found here: MySpace | Facebook | YouTube Channel. They've previously appeared on Show #062. The song "Live, Love, Luxury" is off their self-titled debut EP, available at shows.
- Tim Spainhower can be found here: MySpace | Web Site | Facebook | Twitter. The song "I've Come to Learn" is from an abandoned project by the original lineup of Blue Tear, though it may make his way onto one of his solo albums in the future.
- Apsara can be found here: MySpace | Facebook. We're not sure where you can purchase their track "Turn Away T.V." yet, but we'll let you know when we do. Look for them, hopefully, on an upcoming episode of Indy In-Tune.
- Goliathon can be found here: MySpace | Facebook | Reverb Nation | Sonic Bids EPK. They previously appeared on Show #067. Their track, "Guilt of the Faultless" is available at their shows.
- Catch Curtis can be found here: MySpace | Facebook | Twitter | Sonic Bids Their first full-length album, recorded last summer, is in a legal quagmire, but you can hear the tracks, including "She's a Lemon," on their various web sites.
- The New Finland Radicals can be found here: MySpace | Facebook. They previously appeared on Show #068. Their six-song Demo/EP, which includes the track "Hi," was self produced in their basement studio and is available for FREE at shows or by contacting them via their MySpace page.
- Jenn Cristy can be found here: Web Site | MySpace | Facebook | Twitter | Reverb Nation. She also appeared as a guest on Show #012, Show #031, and Show #062, and was a guest host on a few other shows. Consult the search feature on Indy In-Tune for her complete appearance list. The track "Everything to Give" is off her Hotel Confessions CD, available at all the usual suspects.
- Whoa!tiger can be found here: MySpace. They were previously guests on Show #035. The song "One-Sided Love Affair" is off their debut CD, Truth Serum and Forgetfullness, available at all the usual suspects.
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|Darrin Snider is the OCD music nerd responsible for creating Indy In-Tune. By day he's a cloud engineer and business analyst, but he still hopes to someday be an overnight freeform disc jockey married to the local weathergirl who happens to be a former eastern-European supermodel.|
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