Episode 4 of the Brownbread Mixtape Podcast now available – Justin Grounds

The latest episode of our brilliant podcast is now available on iTunes and as an RSS feed here on our blog (in the menu to the right of this post) . On this episode we have a terrific chat with violin wunderkind and loopy laptop–tablist Justin Grounds. We chat about being an independent artist in Clonakilty, Cork, as well as the brilliance of Bach and a whole host of other fascinating topics. Justin also selects a handful of recordings from our live brownbread mixtape archive including a powerful poetry  performance about a Clonakilty legend by award winning poet Dave Lordan [ who has written a thoughtful blog post here in response to hearing the podcast] , a stunning song by Bill Coleman and a classic comedy sketch by The Brownbread Players. Justin is genuine innovator and true gentleman. Give this episode a spin and you will be beaming afterwards.

The Brownbread Mixtape Podcast

Thanks to everyone who has subscribed already and for your warm feedback on past episodes with Pearse McGloughlin, EleventyFour and Colm Keegan. Please subscribe to the podcast and we would be very grateful if you spread the word to anyone you know who might be interested in contemporary Irish music and spoken word. We put this podcast together on our own steam and rely on your good selves to get the word out. Also, we’d love to know what you think of the podcasts by leaving a comment below or on our Facebook page. Alternatively send us a wee tweet or an electronic mail to thebrownbreadmixtape@gmail.com. See you soon!

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the brownbread mixtape is a free monthly live comedy, poetry & music show in Dublin, Ireland.

Each show has a theme. Each act does a performance based on the theme. We all have loads of fun. Simple as that.

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