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The JogTunesIndie Podcast #108 (45 Min – Interval) This Moves!
September 1st, 2014
The 108th episode of the The JogTunes Indie Podcast is up for running, cycling, and other BPM matching exercise. To experience and enjoy running and working out exactly to the beat of great indie music, please subscribe to the The JogTunes Indie Podcast or get the MP3. You can subscribe to it directly in iTunes by clicking here: .
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The Renaissance Rock Orchestra
You’re invited to indulge yourself in some fast, interval, beat match running, featuring 11 great indie artists, coming to you by way of Music Clout, SCG Media, and Cyber PR.
The BPM range is from an easy going walk at 108 to 3 interval runs, each at 184, to John Olzard’s “That Was The Day.”
My thanks also goes to all of the artists for their kind music contributions and to Dave Porter of Music Clout, Sarah Chipman of SCG Media, and Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR, for their help in providing the talent.
More thanks goes the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT OUR SHOW
The JogTunes Indie
a 30 to 60 minute
podcast that's meant to
be “run to.”
By that we mean it’s
intended to be listened
to while you’re
Well, that was the original intent. Turns out, most indoor cyclist, aquarunners, users of
stairmasters, ellipticals and mini-trampolines, and even swimmers, may find these
shows great for working out exactly to the tempos of indie music.
The songs are selected
and sequenced solely
for working out exactly
to the beat of the
music. The shows begin
with a brief introduction
and a warm-up tune usually
in the 110-130 BPM
range. This is followed
by a series
that begins in the
140-150 range and
usually peaks with
tunes in the BPM range
of 170-185. The sequence
slows back down to
a cool-down in the
Some episodes may have a "sprint segment" which follows a cool-down tune at around 15 minutes toward
the end of the episode. This segment is a short, fast set that ends with a final cool-down track. Some users may need to keep their workout short and stop with the first cool-down while others may want to complete the full episode.
Dr. Bob, the founder of
JogTunes.com, is the producer and host.
He provides introductions
to the songs along
with the BPM details.
The indie artists' tunes are podsafe and come from many resources. Our main, podsafe, tune-download resources are the
Mevio's Music Alley
and the Independent Online Distribution Alliance (IODA)'s promonet
and Ariel's Cyber PR
Dr. Bob finds many bands and tunes from other podcasters' shows. Listings of these shows can be found on sites such as
The Alliance for Music Podcasting
, and, of course, the iTunes Music Store. There are also many websites that are dedicated
to indie music and provide lists of bands and their works. Finally,
many of the bands have promoters who announce new tunes and albums by email. This is a great way to come across some fine indie music.
Most of the tunes on the playlists are available via our links to the
iTunes Music Stores in the
US, the UK, Irelend, Canada, and Japan. Some of the songs
can be purchased by clicking
on links to Amazon/MP3, the Podsafe
Music Network (PMN)
or through links to the artists' and/or their promoters' websites.
We play many artists promoted by Cyber PR. Here's more:
Ariel Publicity, a Music PR firm with an 11-year history of delivering results for independent musicians has recently launched a new service to keep up with the ever-changing landscape of the Music Business. It's called Cyber PR and it works like a matchmaking site for artists that expose you to online PR opportunities. Click here