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Tibet2Timbuk2’s new song on C-Realm podcast

Created by on 06 Nov 2008 | Tagged as: Blog

Tibet2Timbuk2‘s song “Jhi Chung” was played (although quite mp3ed) on C-Realm episode 126: Horticultural Consciousness. C-Realm is a great podcast, covering a wide range of topics related to consciousness and the evolution of our species. Have a listen, and get a sneak preview of T2T2’s upcoming CD “Music is Life”. The CD launch is on next Saturday, November 15 at the Brisbane Powerhouse.

“Crane Song” on latest C-Realm episode

Created by on 05 Dec 2008 | Tagged as: Blog

The latest C-Realm episode, 131: Rocky Top (show notes here), features Tibet2Timbuk2‘s award-winning Crane Song for the musical interlude. The main show features guest Albert K. Bates discussing possibilities of societal transformation and collapse, especially with regard to resource depletion and a return to local organic food production.

Tibet2Timbuk2 on Weekend Planet (ABC Radio National) this Saturday

Created by on 09 Dec 2008 | Tagged as: Blog

Doug Spencer of ABC Radio National‘s Weekend Planet will be playing a track from Tibet2Timbuk2‘s debut CD “Music is Life” this Saturday Dec 13, between 10pm-12pm.

PS You can listen to the program via this link. Apparently the song was played at 1138pm, so you should be able to hear it in the second hour of the program.

“Little Things” on C-Realm 145

Created by on 22 Mar 2009 | Tagged as: Blog

The latest C-Realm episode, “145: Pushing Chaos into the Future” (show notes here), features Tibet2Timbuk2’s “Little Things” for the musical interlude. Here’s the blurb on the main show:

KMO concludes his C-Realm conference call with Charles Eisenstein, author of The Ascent of Humanity: Civilization and the Human Sense of Self. Are exponential advances in technology providing diminishing returns? What new economic system might follow the demise of our currently over-built and tottering ediface? Charles Eisenstein explains what he means when he says that we are facing “a revolution in human beingness.”

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