Deedlecast is the weekly vanity
podcast of the virtually unknown DJDeedle. Every Friday,
DJDeedle posts a 30 to 40 minute show, called a "Deedlecast,"
featuring mashup, chillout, downtempo, or dance mixes and remixes
of every conceivable kind. Get your weekly Deedlecast by
subscribing to the rss feed (http://djdeedle.libsyn.com/rss),
visiting www.djdeedle.com, or
subscribing via itunes for either Windows (itpc://djdeedle.libsyn.com/rss)
or Mac (pcast://djdeedle.libsyn.com/rss).
Deedlecast comes in three
delicious flavors, all of them fresh:
(a.k.a., "Bastard Pop") - a
musical genre which, in its purest form, consists of the
combination (usually by digital means) of the music from one or
more songs with the acapella from another. Typically, the music and
vocals belong to completely different genres. At their best,
bastard pop songs strive for musical epiphanies that add up to
considerably more than the sum of their parts.
- a kind of
very smooth, electronic music whose intention is to interpret
different melodies, beats, and vocals such that a relaxed mood is
fostered or enhanced.
- a vast and misunderstood
genre of music encompassing categories such as house, disco,
garage, trance, hip-hop, trip-hop, inter alia. The unifying
concept, however, is to provide a siren call of beat and tempo that
will make it impossible for the listener to sit still, whether it
be tapping a foot, running on the treadmill, or actually
Some Deedlecasts may
contain components that are raw or political; consumption of which
may increase the risk of offense among [overly] sensitive
individuals. DJDeedle assumes no responsibility, express or
implied, if anyone is offended by Deedlecast, and firmly believes
that any offense you might feel is something best taken up with
your therapist. Any Deedlecast containing rude words will be
labeled appropriately. Persons with nut allergies need not fear
consumption of Deedlecast.
The majority of the
music on this site has been, by my own free admission, created
using non-sanctioned, copyrighted material of other artists. All
audio material of this nature is for demonstration purposes only
and, unless you own the copyright, should not be kept or
redistributed. DJDeedle does not make any money from this and
believes that the end-product is sufficiently different not to
cause the original artists any financial hardship. However,
DJDeedle will remove any file upon receipt of a written request to
do so. Finally, if you like the music you hear on this site, please
go out and buy something by the original artists - one hand washes
the other. Remember, as always, past performance is no indication
of future return.
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