Squat Cobbler 40 – Wrong Way Mike

http://media.blubrry.com/nurtureandsupport/p/www.nurtureandsupport.net/ns/SC40.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | RSSHeads up. The second half of this show involves a recommendation (from GUESS who) of an adult nature. Plan your listening accordingly.  But be sure to catch our spiffy new end bump. Kelly’s Recommendation Wrong Way Up – Brian Eno and John Cale (1990) This is a truly enable album.  The sound is the special nexus of Eno, Cale and the Talking Heads.  While Mike took great offense, listen to “Crime in the Desert” and justify how it is NOT somehow … Continue reading

Episode 101- Mo Novels Mo Eno

http://media.blubrry.com/nurtureandsupport/p/www.nurtureandsupport.net/ns/NS101.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | RSSWe start off our next set of 100 podcasts with a great app and more on a musical genius. Mel’s Recommendation: App: Serial Box A new app that delivers choice serialized novels to you in both text and/or audio versions on your phone or tablet. There are 2 current ongoing novels, with a third starting in January. A new episode is released every week, and you can buy the new episode right from within the app. I really prefer this experience to … Continue reading

Episode 54 – Dark Ambient and Minor Death Gods

http://media.blubrry.com/nurtureandsupport/p/www.nurtureandsupport.net/ns/NS54.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | RSSThis week Kelly brings you the ambient music of Brian Eno and Mel talks Necromancy. Kelly’s Recommendation: Music: Brian Eno’s Ambient 4- On Land After leaving Roxy Music (he and Brian Ferry did not hit it off), Brain Eno created solo albums, produced albums, and collaborated with and ton of artists from Andy Summers of the Police to Robert Fripp of King Crimson… most importantly, he put out four “ambient” albums. He described the ambient series as “As ignorable as it is interesting”. … Continue reading