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November 27, 2008

Hello Friends Podcast #4: Thanksgiving Jams

It's Thursday again and we are back with another episode of Hello Friends. In celebration of Thanksgiving we crafted a special Jams podcast to listen to with your favorite people or as a tool for chilling out if your family is driving you crazy. It's bumpin'!

Check it out!

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November 20, 2008

Hello Friends Podcast #3: The First Grand Rapids Episode

The third podcast is up and it highlights some of our favorite Grand Rapids music. We are going to do other GR related episodes in the future so let us know if of any obscure Grand Rapids musical gems out there that need some attention.

Check it out the 3rd episode!

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November 13, 2008

Don't Call It a Comeback: Hello Friends Podcast #2

Thanks to everyone for the enthusiastic response that greeted our inaugural episode. Who knew so many people would want to listen in on two white dudes talking about music? Wait, that is probably 50% of all podcasts. Well I am glad you want to listen to OUR hour long bullshit session.

How about another one?

Podcast #2!

Check in every Thursday for the newest episode or follow us on Twitter and we will remind you when a new episode is ready. Our Twitter feed will also feature general Hello Friends music related updates (Matt just found an original James Chance record in Dodd's 50 cent pile! Justin still hates Disco!).

Keep giving us feedback too. We really want you to listen to our 2-white-guys-and-their-record-collections podcast.

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November 6, 2008

Welcome to 2004! The 1st Hello Friends Podcast

So my friend Justin (Doc Beezy) and I got the bright idea to do a podcast. It is kind of the more natural version of blogging for me, just talking about music, bullshitting, and playing tracks. So check it out and let us know what you think. We are going to make more of these so you might as well let us know how they could be better.

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