Places where Tangential Cold can be heard.
- Dave Shot First
- Dave Thomspon is writing a podcast super-hero noir drama that features Cinema Shuffle for the closing music. His story is very entertaining and worth a listen.
- Unbecoming Levity
- A Pedantical Long Pelt was used as the intro and outro to an audio sketch regarding the latest Harry Potter book.
- John Holowach saw fit to remix Legit Worn Kit and put it up here.
- An impressive group of teens from Massachusetts. This movie group is using A Pedantical Long Pelt and Cinema Shuffle in their movie.
- Radio Six International
- An internet radio station that broadcasts on shortwave as well. Many Tangential Cold songs have made the playlist in the past.
- Another internet web-cast station. This one specializes in Latin music and have picked up Latino Chino for broadcast.
- The first web-cast station that based the playlist on reader profiles (as far as I know). The station is sadly defunct now, but it's listed here as a thank you.
- The Linux Link Tech Show
- A weekly show airing every Wednesday at 9PM. In one of their first weeks, they played Feather Lullaby during their intermission.
- The Linux Link
- The web station that airs 'The Linux Link Tech Show' also features audio feeds from SLUGRadio and LUGRadio and have played several tracks including Cinema Shuffle and Just Three Days.
- Garry DeLong Photography and Writing
- Garry DeLong has produced a couple of videos and has incorporated a couple of tracks including Cinema Shuffle.
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- - Dave Shot First - -|
Dave Shot First is the website of a guy doing an online podcast drama called "The Unbelievable Origin of Superspiff and the Toothpick Kid". He contacted me about some of my Creative Commons music and so the song you hear at the end of each podcast is actually me. His podcast drama is in the super-hero noir genre. The episodes aren't long, so take a listen and see if you like them. They are in order though, so if you don't want to be completely lost, start with #1. You can start with episode 5 though as that's a stand-alone, but you'll want to listen to #1 before continuing with the series.