DC Podcast Vol. VII

Greetings Community! End of summer, times are changing — so I felt it was time for a new podcast. Tubesteak is moving out of the Decent Community hub of Boston to Hotlanta, GA. Yes, it’s true — the Tube is going back to school like Rodney Dangerfield. This set of jams is a sort of goodbye to the Beantown brethren and a toast to new beginnings!

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I will be continuing as a Community contributor, but I’m not quite sure what my workload and new scene will allow for. As for these jams, they’re not meant to be cornballish — but you’re not gonna hear the usual funk overload within this podcast. You will get some solid gold ballads that will make you cry and nod and close your eyes and shake your head in delight. I hope you guys enjoy.


DC Podcast Vol. VI

Hello Decent Community! Wow! I’ve been missing The Community over the last few weeks, and like herpes, I refuse to let you be. And since it’s summer and one of the best/dirty times for listening to solid jams, I recorded this latest podcast via satelite from a remote locale for your listening pleasure.

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Hoping you guys can groove out to these latest beats. It’s quite the mix — featuring some hard jazz riffs, grooved out funk, some newer quasi-hip material, boned-out rock and roll, and some other goods that are pretty much unclassifiable. Roll down your windows and bump this shit while pedestrians gawk in amazement over how fuckin bad-ass/decent you are. Word is heard!

DC Podcast Vol. III

East and West. Urban and rural. Smooth and rough. Old school and new school. Foreign and local. It’s all in volume three of the Decent Communtiy Podcast. Rejoice, because these jams are something to get excited about!

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Our podcast is getting more decent by the minute. Indeed, it’s renewable energy that you can listen to time and time again. So pop this sucker on when you’re “hooking up” in the backseat of your Hyundai, as a wedding soundtrack, when sitting by a campfire, or on a Sunday morning when you’re whipping up a dank breakfast. And of course — we love your feedback, suggestions, or any other ways in which we may be able to make this more decent! Jam on!!!!!

*The first and second podcasts are also now available at the above link.