Dirty Thursdays was podcast every Thursday direct from Dirty Boulevard Recording Company in San Diego, CA. The show provided an audio snapshot of SD jazz artists, songwriters, acoustic groups, and bluegrass from 2010-2012

Thursday, December 30, 2010

004: Jon Ji

Welcome to Dirty Thursdays podcast 004 (and they said it wouldn't last...)!

This week at Dirty Boulevard Recording Company we interview San Diego singer-songwriter Jon Ji. You've seen him around town at the Macaroni Club, the Cask Room, AC Lounge, and backing up local darling Miss Erika Davies. Tune in and hear about Jon's jazz-influenced perspective, and his surprising love of the 70s/80s band Scorpions. Jon is joined by stand-up bassist Harley Magsino for a mind-bottling in-studio performance!

Happy New Year and thanks to everyone for your support! We are fast approaching 500 downloads. Dirty Thursdays is now syndicated on iTunes as well, try this link or search 'Dirty Thursdays' in the iTunes store under podcasts. Spread the word, 'share' our link on Facespace, and subscribe to our feed. More whole-grain crunch is coming your way in 2011!

-with or without you be
-rusted blues

for non-flash users - download episode #4

Jon Ji (official website)
Jon Ji Facebook

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Dirty Thursdays now on iTunes

we're up on iTunes - search Dirty Thursdays in the iTunes store under podcasts! Syndication started with episode 003, so if you are looking for 001 or 002 you can still download them here on the podcast website.

in other news: the podcast is now compatible with non-flash devices - I've added links in each post to access the mp3s of each episode directly. Merry Christmas iPad and mobile users!

Cheers, and see you Thursday...

Thursday, December 23, 2010

003: Jason Robinson - solo saxophone

3rd time's a charm!

It's a five-car pileup of avant-garde, hard bop, sheets of sound, extended techniques, and early jazz; it's Dr. Jason Robinson, the featured artist for Dirty Thursdays podcast number three.

Jason attended UC San Diego and is now a professor of music at Amherst College in Massachusetts.  Tune in to the podcast to hear about his latest release on Cuneiform Records, as well as some mind-expanding solo saxophone tracks.

[[[ A big Thank You to all our listeners. We've had a huge response since episode 001 and we're shooting for 50 episodes in 2011; exploring many dark corners of the San Diego music scene! Please subscribe and spread the word (all you Apple junkies - we will be up on iTunes soon). Happy holidays, happy Christmas, and check back next week for our happy New Years Eve episode featuring songwriter Jon Ji! ]]]

-for nonaah's alto (dedicated to anthony braxton and roscoe mitchell)
-after the rain

for non-flash users - download episode #3

Jason Robinson (official website)
Circumvention Music (record label)

Wednesday, December 22, 2010


Thanks to all our listeners who have checked out Dirty Thursdays episodes 001 and 002. There's been a bit of a learning curve with this whole thing, but we are getting it dialed-in and you'll notice significantly better sound quality in episodes 003 and 004. A bunch of our extremely talented and incredibly good-looking friends will be performing in the next 10 or so episodes (spoiler-alert: nena anderson, the wrong trousers, jeff miles, joey carano, etc, etc).

Cheers and stay-tuned!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

002: Edward Kornhauser and Mack Leighton Duo

Welcome to Dirty Thursdays podcast 002, from Dirty Boulevard Recording Company. Thanks to all our listeners for checking out 001 - in upcoming weeks we'll feature The Wrong Trousers, Nena Anderson, and many more local jazz collaborations.

This week pianist Sir Edward Kornhauser and upright-bassist Mack Leighton discuss facial hair, lounge-bossas, v-drums, and jazz old and new.

-sea wall
-tea with bud

Entire episode:
download ep 002

The Wrong Trousers

Thursday, December 9, 2010

001: Lindsay White & Veronica May

Welcome to Dirty Thursdays, the weekly podcast direct from Dirty Boulevard Recording Co.

This week we are featuring two incredibly talented local singer-songwriters: Veronica May and Lindsay White [a.k.a. The Lovebirds].

-evening blues
-love is all it takes
-the owl song

Entire episode:
 download ep 001