31 Days Of Free Music: Eclectic Music From CC Chapman

Mar 10th, 2007 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Digital Music

Accidental Hash Podcast

March 10: It’s 31 Days of Free Music month at Podcasting News. Every day in March, we’re going to do our best to hook you up a great free music podcast.

CC Chapman saw the potential for the combination of indie music and podcasting early on. He’s been producing the Accidental Hash podcast for over two years.

Chapman’s a self-described “music junkie”. His addiction is your gain, though, because he regularly puts together several podcasts a week of great indie music. After doing more than 200 shows, Chapman’s an expert on indie bands, so his show is a easy way to find out about great musicians that share their music on the Internet.

You can preview one of Chapman’s shows below, or subscribe to the Accident Hash podcast by adding this feed URL to iTunes or other podcast client:

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  1. Dan says:

    The name of the show is, of course, “Accident Hash”. Nothing accidental about it. 🙂

  2. Scott says:

    I believe it’s “Accident Hash,” not “Accidental.”

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