Thanksgiving happened, but Laurie Brown’s fridge is still feeling it. On Pondercast Episode 50 : Plenitude, its that fridge that is the inspiration for this episode. You know that feeling when you open the door and see your fridge packed with good food? We start there. Let’s feel full together.
Pondercast’s Moon Merge event in partnership with The Bentway was a major highlight for Joshua Van Tassel and Laurie Brown. Over 8000 people crowded under the Gardiner Expressway in Toronto to see Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon and listen to a live Pondercast and ChoirChoirChoir!!!, Bernice and Rich Aucoin. Check out this one minute film Pondercast made of the night.
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Recently, Killbeat Music partnered with the team at Pondercast to bring you Ponderbeat, a series of special episodes featuring selections curated by Brown from some of Killbeat’s latest releases. The fourth episode of Ponderbeat is live now, featuring music from Ada Lea, Begonia, Close Talker, FET.NAT, River Tiber, Tamino and more.