Mod/60s podcasts

by Modculture 29 December, 2005

What’s a podcast? Well, put simply, it’s a radio show delivered to your computer every time a new one is released. It means you can play it from your PC or transfer it to your MP3 or Apple player to listen on the go.

The idea’s great, but there’s not many great shows. However, I’ve recently discovered 2 excellent ones:

Mr Finewine’s Downtown Soulville
– still the best soul show online, the rarest and coolest tracks. It’s an hour of great soul every single week. Find out more.

Like what you hear? You can get the podcast here.

Popmeter
– longstanding jukebox of French 60s pop, great soul and R&B, plus garage, freakbeat and other 60s sounds. Always worth a listen. Find out more.

They also have a podcast. You can find out about it here.

Do you know anymore? Let us know. Want to start podcasting? Download iTunes (other software is available) and you can find and save shows easily.

  • the fantastic downtown soulsville was one of my very first internet sources for rare soul tracks and mp3 files since the last millenium. it’s great they are still going.
    now sounds like a shameless plug but its only for fun really: you can find some of my unfamous and terribly italo-english spoken caplog shows for mod radio uk here http://www.trax.to/caplog – 1 hour each compressed in 9/10 mb wma files each not techie nuff to say if they could be considered podcasts tho’.

  • If you don’t have an Ipod or don’t want to use Itunes, Juice is about the best cross platform pod software I have found, and its free.
    Download it here
    http://juicereceiver.sourceforge.net/

  • Hi!
    You can also listen 24 hours a day , the Link Quartet Radio on http://www.linkquartet.com.
    Selections taken from the magic world of Link Quartet (hammond beat , 60’s stuff , freak beat , northern soul , Stax , Tamla , Ace , Kent etc)