Combing Through the Archives

It’s time for another edition of Chasing Content, that monthly feature that has us combing through the archives to find the stand-out posts from last year at this time.

Read all of the posts from February 2019

or just these highlights . . .

The MIX(ed)TAPE 2 Charting Across the Country

DJ Hullewud and I sent The MIX(ed)TAPE 2 to all campus radio stations in Canada. It includes brand new hip-hop from a variety of acts. All of the tracks on it were exclusive to the mix at the time of its release. DJ Hullewud mixed one side of it and I, Chase March, mixed the other. We even released it on limited edition cassette and CD.

Click through to see the charts we made it on.

What’s That Song? A Jim Gaffigan Mixtape

Jim Gaffigan is one of my favourite comedians. I had the crazy idea of mixing some of his material with songs that complimented it.

It all started with cake. Gaffigan has a hilarious bit that I thought would be even more funny when mixed into Flo Rida’s “Cake”. When I dug deeper, I found a pretty cool birthday theme and decided to run with it.

Click through to stream the project or download it for free.

Quotes Come Alive with Zen Pencils

There are a lot of quotation books on the market, but none are quite like this. The creator of this book takes some of the most inspirational quotes and turns them into brilliant comic strips. The images enhance the words and hammer the message home in a way that is truly inspirational.

Click through to learn more and see one of the comic strip pages.

Canada’s Rich Radio History

I found this book at a school library where I was supply teaching last month and it called to me. It’s an old book but the history in absolutely fascinating. I highly doubt that anything like this exists in a more modern work. That’s probably why it is still on the shelf. It was published in 1975.

Click through to learn more about this history of radio in this country.

Thanks for Chasing Content with me!

Click through to find a list of ‘Best of” posts just like this one, dating all the way back to the start of this blog in 2007.