Welcome to PC Podcast #4. Another eclectic mix of music from around the world, broadcast from Lindfield, in the Heart of Mid Sussex.

I have now joined forces with other podcasters at For The Masses podcasting at http://www.ftmpodcasting.com. So if you’ve just started to pick up my podcast from the aggregate feed from FTM then I hope you enjoy the show and let me know what you think of the music I play.

If you’d like to submit or recommend songs for future shows please email me at pete_cogle@hotmail.com

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Podcast 4 Playlist

1.Something Good Again by Barfly.
Great start to the show with some melodic rock from the Manchester indie band, who you will definitely hear more from in future podcasts. Checkout the band’s website at http://www.barflyonline.co.uk/. This track downloaded from myspace at http://www.myspace.com/barfly

2.Time Ticks By by Fallout.
Another great trip-hop track from Fallout (a.k.a. Simon K), one of the regular contributors to http://www.breakbeat-terrorism.co.uk website.

3. DMV by Duburbia.
Some cool dub from the "breath of fresh air" from Virginia Beach, Virginia (US). Checkout the band’s website at http://www.duburbia.com/, but this track was downloaded from myspace at http://www.myspace.com/users5716401. Also checkout the myspace fansite at http://www.myspace.com/duburbiarocks for other tracks.

4. Largs Hum by Swimmer One .
Atmospheric track from the Edinburgh duo, with voice-over by Edinburgh punk-poet legend Rodney Relax. Checkout the band’s website at http://www.swimmerone.co.uk/. This track downloaded from the excellent "Take Your Medicine" blogspot.

5. What We Are by Touriste.
Some great melodic indie rock from the Isle of Sheppey 4 piece. Checkout the band’s website at http://www.touriste.co.uk/. This track downloaded from the myspace at http://www.myspace.com/touriste.

6. Dragonbeat by MoShang.
MoShang is a South African living in Taichung, Taiwan. A "sound-jeweller", he incorporates overheard conversations, adverts, sounds of street processions and funeral chants into his music. Checkout his website at http://www.soundclick.com/moshang.
This track downloaded from the Podsafe Music Network at http://music.podshow.com/

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