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Indie and Unsigned Music: Rock, Pop, Folk, Alternative, Punk, Rockabilly, Experimental Rock, Power Pop, and a variety of other genres from IndieHeart.com Indie Music Showcase and Internet Radio. If you are looking for new and emerging Indie and Unsigned Music, you have found the right podcast. Many artists at the site provide free MP3 downloads of their music, so visit the Indie Heart Showcase for more! You can also check out the IndieHeart Eclectic Rock radio broadcast 24/7 at http://indieheart.com/rock.

Heart of the Night Show - Indie Rock, Pop, Folk and Variety Music @IndieHeart.com

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    • 5.0, 6 Ratings

Indie and Unsigned Music: Rock, Pop, Folk, Alternative, Punk, Rockabilly, Experimental Rock, Power Pop, and a variety of other genres from IndieHeart.com Indie Music Showcase and Internet Radio. If you are looking for new and emerging Indie and Unsigned Music, you have found the right podcast. Many artists at the site provide free MP3 downloads of their music, so visit the Indie Heart Showcase for more! You can also check out the IndieHeart Eclectic Rock radio broadcast 24/7 at http://indieheart.com/rock.

    Heart of the Night Show for February 26th, 2010

    Heart of the Night Show for February 26th, 2010

    The Heart of the Night Show rides again on a glorious mixed bag of Indie music that is sure to please those of you who can't be constrained to a narrow definition of genres in your hunt for musical goodness. I am particularly pleased to be bringing you a new one from London's own Tom McKean and the Emperors. Their debut CD is still in the works, but I've been lucky enough to score some advance selections, and they are brilliant! The show turned out a bit "British Empire" this week with additional music from British bands The Cellophane Flowers, The Bad Hands, Fearless Vampire Killers and their Australian cousins, The Wells. South Carolina's Aaron Berg makes the only US showing this episode, but I think he holds his own pretty well. Then again, come to think of it, it wasn't too long ago that the Brits had us in tow as well. Full show playlists with links to more music by the artists available at http://indieheart.com/Heart_Of_The_Night_Show. You can also check out our (always commercial-free) IndieHeart Eclectic Rock Internet Radio Station at http://indieheart/rock.

    • 27 min
    Heart of the Night Show for August 23rd, 2009

    Heart of the Night Show for August 23rd, 2009

    Back to the show again after a long period working to update the IndieHeart site to make it an easier place for you to find music...I hope it worked and you'll stop by! Artists on the show this week include lovely ladies Alexx Calise and Star Anna and The Laughing Dogs along with the equally lovely Neil Nathan, Zia Hassan, Renegade Ride, and Sexstone. Yeah...yeah...it's terribly eclectic. Jill Nojack is an eclectic kind of gal. In your Internet ramblings in the next few weeks, don't forget to visit the IndieHeart site for the full show playlist with links to more music by the artists available at http://indieheart.com/Heart_Of_The_Night_Show. You can also check out our new IndieHeart Eclectic Rock Internet Radio Station at http://indieheart/rock and subscribe to the Daily Download MP3 Blog for free downloads.

    • 30 min
    Heart of the Night Show for April 19th, 2009

    Heart of the Night Show for April 19th, 2009

    >It's about time there was a new Heart of the Night Show, doncha think? Well...I know a couple of you think so, since you emailed enquiring about my health! Both I and the Heart of the Night Show are healthy, happy, and on target with some terrific new music. This week's show includes selections from Cold Taxi, The James Clark Institute, McTwist, Ross Crean, The Teddy Boys, and Lizzie Nunnery. Don't forget to visit the IndieHeart site for the full playlist with links to more music by the artists available at http://indieheart.com/podcasts. You can also check out our new IndieHeart Eclectic Rock Internet Radio Station on the "Radio" page. The station is currently in beta testing, but we'd love to hear any feedback about the station so that we can do our best to make it your first stop for Indie and Unsigned Music

    • 24 min
    Heart of the Night Show for October 12th, 2008

    Heart of the Night Show for October 12th, 2008

    Parental Guidance Warning: this episode of the Heart of the Night Show contains language and themes that are not appropriate for children. With that out of the way - how many 12 year olds can appreciate music anyway? Let them keep that Soulja Boy guy...we'll savor the good stuff while they're out of the room. This week's episode includes selections from The Antiques (North Carolina), Freeflow (British Columbia, Canada), The Shutters (UK), Dan Tindall (Northern Ireland), Droll (Phoenix, AZ), and The Sway (England). Visit the IndieHeart site for the full playlist with links to more music by the artists available at http://indieheart.com/podcasts.

    • 32 min
    Heart of the Night Show for December 26th, 2008

    Heart of the Night Show for December 26th, 2008

    This warm-you-up-in-the-chill-of-December edition of the Heart of the Night Show includes an international cast of terrific bands and performers. We feature music from David Ullman (Ohio), Catapult (Canada), Serial Obsession (New York), Overload Romance (Indonesia), and Plunkett (Italy). The show starts out with a young band from the UK I really dig. Tom Stephens and the Retreat are certainly ones to watch out for in the coming years! Visit the IndieHeart site for the full playlist with links to more music by the artists available at http://indieheart.com/podcasts.

    • 28 min
    Heart of the Night Show for August 27th, 2008

    Heart of the Night Show for August 27th, 2008

    This episode of the show rocks out with Braintoy (Canada), Cold Taxi (Maryland), Jimi Pocius (Connecticut), crashtv (London), The Teddy Boys (Iowa), and Plan A (New York). Visit the IndieHeart site for the full playlist with links to more music by the artists available at http://indieheart.com/podcasts.

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

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6 Ratings

6 Ratings

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Joe at Ariel Publicity ,

Diverse Music That You Will Definitely Enjoy

The Heart of the Night Show is a great podcast, first and foremost, because it plays the best indie music from all over the world. The show only airs every few months or so and is a half hour long, but in that one half hour you will hear a solid, eclectic collection of different bands who you will definitely enjoy. The host, Jill No Jack, has a warm, soothing voice and knows a lot about the bands that she plays on her show. She only talks about topics related to music and the bands that she plays and about her own experiences seeing them perform.

I really like this podcast because of the diversity in the bands that are featured on it. The host clearly knows about a ton of music because, although she is from the United States, she plays music from a lot of different countries. She searches far and wide for music that she feels is the best and conveys her positive attitude in an articulate, joyful manner. She introduces her listeners to new types of music that they probably would never have found or thought to listen to.

All in all, the Heart of the Night Show is a great podcast because it features diversity in not only the cultural background of the artists but also the genres of indie music that is played. You can hear an alternative 90’s style rock song followed by a folksy acoustic song within the same five minutes, and that is what sets this podcast apart from other indie podcasts.

sensesrearrnagerd ,

one indie song writer to others...great show

an indie artist myself looking for like genres; found this podcost. only one listen thus far, but need more of the same....

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