The Hidden Track: February 2011

By One Track Mind on Monday, February 14th, 2011  |  2,651 views

The Hidden Track Podcast

The Hidden Track: February 2011

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The Hidden Track features some of the most popular, most commented, and all around most awesome tracks from the preceding month on One Track Mind. We throw in some classic material by artists whose work is somehow connected to those picks, down a six-pack, and geek out like the music nerds we are.

The podcast is hosted by Danny, who produces the daily content on the site, and Jeff, who lends his passion for and knowledge of good music.

On Episode #10, Danny and Jeff give the new Cut Copy single a whirl, discuss the belated influence of Talking Heads, and ponder the cosmic connections between a couple of songs from Belly and Ghost Box Orchestra.

If you’re looking for an unobtrusive way to listen to the podcast without downloading the MP3, we recommend popping-out the Streampad player (the blue bar) at the bottom of the page. Enjoy the February 2011 installment of The Hidden Track, share it with your friends, give us your feedback below, via Twitter or Facebook, and tune in again next month time!

Playlist:

01 Cut Copy – Need You Now
02 The Bewitched Hands on the Top of Our Heads – Sea
03 Talking Heads – Pulled Up
04 Stockholm Monsters – E.W.
05 Rewards – I Used To
06 A Tribe Called Quest – Steve Biko (Stir it Up)
07 Versis – The Need
08 Belly – Low Red Moon
09 Ghost Box Orchestra – Oh, the Moon Hangs Low
10 The Rest – John Huston
11 Dead Western Plains – Alta

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9 Comments For This Post

  1. dommage Says:

    YEAH!

  2. Em Says:

    Nice work Danny and Jeff!

  3. One Track Mind Says:

    Thanks, you two! It felt great to record the new episode… hopefully Jeff and I won’t keep you waiting quite so long for the next installment.

  4. Alexa Says:

    Thanks Danny and Jeff, this is fantastic!

  5. brandon Says:

    Really good guys, thanks!

  6. Rob Says:

    Good to see you guys back!

  7. Nichole Covington Says:

    Now that I can’t see you as often at trivia, it’s really nice to hear your voices while I’m at work (I can listen to stuff while I’m working now! Yay!). The podcast is fun. Also, you RULE for playing Belly. Love them.

  8. LUIS Says:

    thanx brothas of love for music

  9. Summer Says:

    <3<3<3 the podcast! Moooore plzzzzzz.

    Really liked
    "Versis – The Need"
    "Ghost Box Orchestra – Oh, the Moon Hangs Low"
    "Dead Western Plains – Alta"

    Thanks so much!

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