In honor of it being November and many friends (and oodles of strangers) participating in NaNoWriMo I thought it was time we did a more-or-less wordless podcast. With the exception of the opening song and my bits of talking, the majority of this episode is purely instrumental, a perfect backdrop for writing, editing, or doing other things that require more concentration and less someone else’s words in your ears!
In this episode:
Write My Story—Air 5
There’s a Spy in My Martini—David Parker
Rough Sax—Mariners Lament
Lil’ Ray of Bossa—Terri England
Fire and Ice—John Gilliat
The Apes Party-Ape Surfin After Lunch
More Than Heaven—Ken Kurland
Rainy Wedding—Dr Sounds
The Spiritual Subplot (Of A Tragic Action-Packed Romantic Comedy)—Shams
Love’s Journey—Donovan Johnson
And that’s us for another episode. We’ll be back in another couple of weeks with more great music to create to!
Despite a bit of a technological bobble, here we are back with the next episode of Random Acts Radio 2.0 Music to Create To!
Like our other episodes, this one is full to the brim with wonderful independent music from the artists below, though the mood of this episode is different from the last one. Instead of the driving bass line to keep us powering through, today’s podcast reflects a more somber mood. Perfect for working on memorial projects, serious scenes, or just holding you through until the dark mood passes.
Episode 13: What I Feel
What I Feel—Darius Lux
Downside Of Love—Adrienne Pierce
Holding Out For Spring—Jonnie Murphy
Skeletons and Spirits—Allison Crowe
Nowhere To Run—Dirk
Pillow on the Ground—Arrica Rose
Ghost In Your Mind—Black Lab
Turning Me On—Lea Marie
Private Hurricane—Josh Woodward
One Small Dog—Maria Daines
Lost Signal—I Am The Icarus
End of the Renaissance—Aryn Michelle
Drug Therapy—My Velcroe
While getting the blues is normal for everyone now and again, if life starts to seem unbearable or you feel yourself sinking into a hole you can’t see a way out of, please reach out to someone and get some help. And if you see suicide as the only way out, please call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.