This week on The Bugcast: we discuss the behaviour of the British public dropping logs on the beach, and we play 8 pieces of great Creative Commons music!
- The Tunnel – Sultry Daggers – from San Francisco, CA – source
- Kristian Vuljar – My Way – from Germany – source
- Portrayal – Universal Libraries – from Shrewsbury, UK – source
- ElisaDay – Inner War (Quarantine Acoustic Coronaversion) – from Saint Petersburg, Russia – source
- Derek Clegg – I’ll Almost Get Us There – from Chicago, IL – source
- Renae – Waves (Cancer) – from Venice Beach, CA – source
- King Elizabeth – Miami Sunrise – from Staffordshire, UK – source
- sleeperspaceborn – Here To Stay (feat. crazylittleasian) – from PA – source
Intro: <a href="http://chrisjuergensen.com/">Chris Juergensen</a> – Bug Lips<br /> Outro: <a href="http://markmarshall.com/">Mark Marshall</a> – Man Walking
BBC News: <a href="https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53190209">Coronavirus: PM warns over virus rules after beach crowds</a> <em>(logs on the beach)</em>
<strong>A virtual version of Podcrawl Glasgow will be taking place on Saturday 1 August 2020 from 18:00 onwards.</strong>
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