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The JogTunes Indie Podcast #116 (50 Min – BPM 124-174) Rock, Pop, Hip-Hop – Vol. II

May 1st, 2015
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The 116th 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: .

Or access it with 2 taps using the JogTunes app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on the App Store and on our Android app in Google Play.

The JTIP presents 12 great tunes by way of Music Clout, Cyber PR, David J Caron, and Da Gittens Boyz. It’s mostly rock, pop, and hip hop. The BPM range is 124-174.

The session maxes out at 174 to David J Caron’s “Too Much Little Time” for over 6 minutes. If that’s too long for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.


Da Gittens Boyz

Da Gittens Boyz

Amanda Lamb

Amanda Lamb

Taylor Casey

Taylor Casey

Jesse Cross

Jesse Cross


My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions. And to Cyber PR and Music Clout for providing some of the talent for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

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Tune Artist Album Genre Time BPM Music
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iTunes Amazon MP3 Downloads Other
GambleCameron WeaverBased on True Events - EPAlternative00:02:54153iTunes Store
Website
We Were HereAmanda LambSingle TrackCountry00:03:37124
We Were Here Website
Heaven KnowsTaylor CaseyTaylor Casey - EPPop00:04:09153
Heaven Knows Website
Getaway [Explicit]Da Gittens Boyz HOT3Hip-Hop/Rap00:04:19160
Getaway [Explicit] Website
Dark of NightDavid J CaronThru Ever Ending BlackRock00:05:53160
Dark of Night Website
StellaKent SchochDaisyRock00:03:43162
Stella Website
White Knuckle DrivingXander Demos GuitarcadiaRock00:04:58169
White Knuckle Driving Website
On Celery Road Foam RopesFoam ropesRock00:04:07150
On Celery Road Website
WakerRed Money Foreplay 2 Rock00:02:17163
Waker Website
Another DayClassic Shock Single TrackRock00:03:35145
Website
New RevolutionMereshaNew Revolution EPPop00:03:06127
new revolution Website
Too Much Little TimeDavid J CaronThru Ever Ending BlackRock00:06:21174
Too Much Little Time Website

 

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT OUR SHOW


The JogTunes Indie Podcast is 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 running.

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 of tunes 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 110-130 range.

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 Music Clout, Musicpage and Cyber PR. Dr. Bob also finds many bands and tunes via email from the artists and/or their promoters.

Most of the tunes on the playlists are available via our links to the iTunes Music Stores and links to Amazon/MP3, or through links to the artists' and/or their promoters' websites.


Cyber PR

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 for details.




  

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EPISODES

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Episode #116 (50 Min) - BPM 124-174) Rock, Pop, Hip-Hop - Vol. II

Episode #115 (45 Min - Interval) David J Caron

Episode #114 (42 Min) We Get Mail!

Episode #113 (40 Min Interval) Hip-Hop's on Top

Episode #112 (45 Minutes - Interval) It's Mostly Alternative

Episode #111 (35 Minutes - Interval) Rock It, Pop It, Punch It With Jazz!

Episode #110 (40 Minutes) - Mostly Mellow

Episode #109 (35 Minutes) - Rhythm Child

Episode #108 (45 Minutes - Interval) - This Moves!

Episode #107 (40 Minutes) - Al Marcy

Episode #106 (40 Min) Rock Your Run

Episode #105 (40 Min) Mostly Rock, with a Touch of Jazz

Episode #104 (40 Min - Interval) Sam Page Rocks!

Episode #103 (45 Min - Interval) A Shoutout to Music Clout!

Episode #102 (40 Min) Easy Does It - Part III

Episode #101 (40 Min) Electronica, Dance, and More!

Episode #100 (50 Min) 100 and Old Friends

Episode #99 (40 Min) NMercer, Aradia, Yasi, and More

Episode #98 (45 Min) It's Mostly Rock

Episode #97 (45 Min) From Hip-Hop/Rap to Country Rock

Episode #96 (30 and 15 Min) Matthew Ebel is Back!

Episode #95 (30 and 15 Min) Thank You, Music Clout

Episode #94 (45 Min) Rap's in the Mix

Episode #93 (45 Min) From Guys Only

Episode #92 (35 Min) Pot Pourri

Episode #91 (40 Min) Thanks Again, Cyber PR

Episode #90 (35 Min - Interval) Sirens of Song

Episode #89 (40 Minutes) Steph Barrak

Episode #88 (40 Minutes) Easy Does It - Part II

Episode #87 (40 Minutes) Bring On the Aussies

Episode #86 (40 Minutes - Interval) - Reggae Rocks Again

Episode #85 (45 Minutes) - Acoustic Jogging, Rock Running

Episode #84 (50 Minutes) - Interval and Eclectic

Episode #83 (45 Minutes) - Austin's Randy Stern

Episode #82 (40 Minutes) - Apollo 440 Dubs It

Episode #81 (45 Minutes - Interval) - ELAN and Much More

Episode #80 (40 Minutes) - Easy Rockin'

Episode #79 (45 Minutes) - Rock, Pop, and Alternative - Hansen, Heathens, and Hype

Episode #78 (40 Minutes) - Rock, Pop, & Hip Hop - An Awesome Mix

Episode #77 (40 Minutes) - Austin's Alyse Black

Episode #76 (60 Minutes) - Rock Redux

Episode #75 (40 Minutes) - Pop Crescendo

Episode #74 (40 Minutes) - Rock: Light and Heavy

Episode #73 (40 Minutes - Interval) - Run the Gamut

Episode #72 (45 Minutes) - Listen to the Words

Episode #71 (45 Minutes) - Thank You Cyber PR - Part II

Episode #70 (45 Minutes) - An R & B Funk Sandwich - Part II

Episode #69 (40 Minutes) - Let's Rock

Episode #68 (40 Minutes) - Another Alternative

Episode #67 (45 Minutes - Interval) - Country

Episode #66 (30 Minutes) - Jazz Reigns

Episode #65 (30 Minutes) - Four Parts Per Million + 4

Episode #64 (35 Minutes) - Holiday II

Episode #63 (40 Minutes) - Easy Does It

Episode #62 (50 Minutes) - These Guys Can Sing!

Episode #61 (40 Minutes) - It's All Happy

Episode #60 (40 Minutes - Interval) - All World

Episode #59 (35 Minutes) - A Funk R & B Sandwich

Episode #58 (40 Minutes) - Reggae Rocks

Episode #57 (30 Minutes) - Q*Ball and A Study in Her

Episode #56 (45 Minutes) - New Age

Episode #55 (40 Minutes - Interval) - Mo McMorrow

Episode #54 (50 Minutes) - Projects

Episode #53 (40 Minutes) - Clopet and Alabaster

Episode #52 (30 Minutes) - Presenting Maree McRae

Episode #51 (45 Minutes) - Fartlek Part II - Be Free

Episode #50 (30 Minutes) - Megaphone

Episode #49 (40 Minutes) - Light Pop, Fast Pace

Episode #48 (40 Minutes) - Mostly Homespun

Episode #47 (45 Minutes) - The Tokyo Beat

Episode #46 (35 Minutes) - Eclectic to Say the Least

Episode #45 (30 + 15 Minutes) - The Power of Love

Episode #44 (30 Minutes) - Ariel's Holiday List

Episode #43 (45 Minutes) - New Age

Episode #42 (30 Minutes) - Alexx Calise - She Rocks!

Episode #41 (30 + 15 Minutes) - They're All About Running

Episode #40 (30 Minutes) - Presenting Hedda Layne and Troy Lee Warden

Episode #39 (30 + 15 Minutes) - Add Fuel to the Mix

Episode #38 (30 Minutes) - Reggae Part II - Louinel Jean

Episode #37 (30 + 15 Minutes) - The Many Sides of Rock

Episode #36 (30 Minutes) - Short and Sweet

Episode #35 (30 + 15 Minutes) - It's the Boys' Turn

Episode #34 (40 Minutes) - One Range - 160s

Episodes #1-33 are offline

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