Matt Bigelow

music, podcasts, and recordings from tokyo

the matty b sides -- experimental tri-lingual folk

Wild Thumbprints (Bandcamp) (CD Baby) (iTunes) -- Tri-lingual outsider country-folk-rock album by The Matty B Sides

the dead sea dropouts -- Tokyo's premier Klezmer Group (YouTube)

Matty B Files (iTunes) (Podbean) -- Podcast about music and living in Tokyo

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87 : Gravy Train

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Gravy Train, from Darwin, Australia and Japan, talks about their 70 show, 3-month-long Tokyo tour, the Australian music scene, writing music, and death.

In the introduction I talk about exporting blood, harvesting space rocks, next level convenience stores, and first-world problems (the best kind of problems!).

Guest: Gravy Train (Facebook)
Co-Producer: Inter Idoru (Facebook -- they help you organise your Japan Tour for musicians)

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This podcast was written, researched, produced, hosted, edited and uploaded by Matt Bigelow

MBF 71 - Darryl Baker (Drummer & Golf)

We just podcasted

We just podcasted

Darryl Baker (Facebook) is a drummer and a golf instructor.  In this podcast, we talk about neither of those things really. We mostly just laughed our balls off in a series of non-sequitors about living in New York, how the digital media is changing advertising, and TAINT SECRETS.

In the intro I offer alternative conversation points regarding the Google controversy of the engineer that got fired. He suggested -- SUGGESTED -- biology might be a reason why there are more men in tech than women.  He got fired. My suggestions will lead to interesting derailments! Please feel free to use them!

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This podcast was written, produced, hosted, edited, researched, engineered, and uploaded by Matt Bigelow.