Episode 3 of the Geeks and Beats Podcast is Up!

Geeks & Beats is the new music-and-tech podcast I do with Michael Hainsworth (BNN, CTV).  Episode 3 is now available for streaming or download through iTunes.

I know I sound funny on this episode of Geeks & Beats.  Odder than usual, I mean.  That’s because i’m in Singapore conducting a little business before my wife and I steal off to Thailand for a few days. So yes, I do sound like I’m a million miles away because I am.  Michael, however, is back at G&B HQ and sounds as normal as ever. Well, as normal as he can, anyway. 

So with that caveat out of the way, here’s what you can expect from this week’s show:

Madonna’s homeless brother is trotted out after Madge hits the billion dollar net worth mark. http://huff.to/168gJBp

How producer Tony Visconti became a trusted liar for Dave Bowie http://bit.ly/13IuSKb

Ask Alan Anything:  Changes in recording technology vs. new listening devices. http://www.geeksandbeats.com/aaa/

Google Glass:  A bad idea, probably. http://tcrn.ch/10dy3UJ

David Tennant and Billie Pyper will return for Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary special! http://ow.ly/jB4YA

G&B Update – http://www.geeksandbeats.com/update

Sonus Play 3 giveaway http://www.sonos.com/shop/products/play3

Is Justin Bieber’s recent meltdown all a scam? http://thebea.st/Z1pWY9 #cheatsheet

Conan is king when it comes to musical guests and social media. http://alancross.squarespace.com/a-journal-of-musical-things/2013/3/31/conan-is-king-for-social-media-impact-for

Apple “pushing hard” to launch iRadio this summer.http://alancross.squarespace.com/a-journal-of-musical-things/2013/3/31/apple-pushing-hard-to-launch-a-streaming-music-service-this.html

“Louie Louie” Singer Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize? WTF?http://bit.ly/13IuSJX

If you like what you hear, let someone know about the podcast and the website.  If you don’t, please let us know. We’re on a mission to make this the best podcast we can.

Alan Cross

is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 40+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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