No Depression Indie Roots Music Podcast, Ep. 2 with Iaan Hughes

Here's the second episode of the No Depression Indie Roots Music Podcast, brought to you by host Iaan Hughes, who also DJs a show called Outskirts on KBCS 91.3 fm Seattle/Bellevue. For his first show, Hughes dove right into the music, bringing you the songs listed below. In case you hear anything you like, there's a link next to each song for you to download the mp3 from Amazon.

You can listen to the podcast by streaming it on the player above, or you can subscribe to the No Depression podcast on iTunes. If you don't use iTunes, you can grab the feed directly from podbean. If you do subscribe to the podcast from iTunes, we ask that you leave a comment on iTunes as the more comments and reviews we have there, the further it'll bump us up the iTunes food chain so more people can tune in. Now for a list of the songs played in this week's podcast:

The Gourds – Country Love (mp3)
Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers – The Running Kind
Pete Molinari – Today, Tomorrow and Forever (mp3)
Those Darlins – The Whole Damn Thing (mp3)
Rita Hosking – Precious Little (mp3)
The Low Anthem – To Ohio (mp3)
Amanda Shires – Angels and Acrobats (mp3)
Wayne Hancock – Jump the Blues (mp3)
Jenny Scheinman – Newspaper Angels (mp3)

We hope you enjoy it! Feel free to connect with Iaan Hughes on this site, drop us a line and let us know what you think, or just subscibe to the show and tune in next time.

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Comment by Kyla Fairchild on September 22, 2009 at 9:45am
Nice work Iaan. Great tunes, including a few artists I was completely unfamiliar with that I can't wait to hear more of.
Comment by GJHare on September 23, 2009 at 2:58am
I agree with Kyla - appreciating and learning from your selection of artists Iaan. Guess that's what it's all can never get enough. Keep it happening.
Comment by Tom Jennings on September 23, 2009 at 5:58pm
got two songs in, and then have spent the rest of the evening listening to Zoe Muth. Success! I guess I have to listen to the rest of it now, is there enough time in this world?

As an aside, some googlefu shows that Zoe Muth played in the all star revue at the eponymous festival. does anyone remember what she played? was it the emmylou cover?
Comment by Kyla Fairchild on September 23, 2009 at 7:31pm
Zoe played a Carter Family song, Give Me The Roses While I Live.
Comment by Tom Jennings on September 24, 2009 at 5:24am
thanks Kyla.
Comment by Jo Serrapere on October 7, 2009 at 9:46pm
Detroit is not the heart of roots music by any means. Thank you for this podcast.
Comment by Mary Anne Moorman on November 11, 2009 at 4:19pm
Still haven't mastered facebook, did find you here. Also tried to weigh in on Channel Five top DJs salute to Iaan of the Best. And we all know you are.


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