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August 28, 2006

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Jay from Uncle Seth

Hey David, thanks for this post. It was great to talk you on this topic.

FYI this morning we issued a press release aimed mainly at the local Toronto media about our upcoming appearance at PodCamp (http://podcamp.com/) on Sept. 9 & 10:

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2006/8/prweb428954.htm

Just another great example of how musicians can interact with podcasters and listeners directly. It's going to be great fun!

Thanks again, and REALLY looking forward to the book!

Cheers,
- J.

Steve

Hey there. I had a chance to check out your blog and was interesting.. You should checkl ouit this band called SOMA. There from Toronto Canada. They are coming out with a new record this mounth you will get all there info at www.somamusic or www.myspace.com/somamusic MAN I saw this band SOMA play live in Toronto and WOW!!!! what a rock show.

james

We have looked podcasting as a way of turning a our mixtapes into radio type shows and are now partnering up with other podcasters shortly, to make a more fun show whilst promoting our music but also to keep it entertaining.

So check out www.frofarrecords.com, we have a tv channel online called FETV which will be available as a video podcast shortly.

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