Episode 5 with Seth Davey

Here you have it folks, the 5th episode of The Eclectic podcast. This time around Seth Davey, former Attalus front man, singer/songwriter and author. This is probably the longest episode but worth every minute as we talk about his album Till you’re all I see, Attalus and plenty of other things. Don’t forget to subscribe on Itunes and share it with your friends.

Song list:
Seth Davey- Glorious disgrace.
Seth Davey- 30 years and counting.
DC Talk- Red Letters.
Blindside- Sleepwalking.
Copeland- Testing the strong ones.
Attalus- Coming clean.

enjoy it.

Episode 4 with Andres Ortiz from The Saving

Epidosde 4 of the Eclectic Podcast is hear to assault your ear with some heavy music.  Andres Ortiz from The Saving speaks to us about himself, his band, R.C. Sproul and a lot of other things.  We play tracks from the album Sinners in the hand of an Angry God, from Thrice and For Today.  Enjoy!!!

Episode three Y’all

Welcome to episode 3 of the Eclectic Podcast. We have a little bit of a reflection on whats been happening in the last couple of weeks. Song’s from Sandra Mccarcken, Light the way and J.han just to name a few. You can also go to facebook.com/podcasteclectic for more information on whats going on in Eclectic world.

Episode 2 of the Eclectic Podcast

Welcome to the second epidsode of the Eclectic Podcast. On this podcast we discuss our favourite albums and play some of our Favourite songs from 2016. Eshon Burgundy, Wolves at the Gate and Micha Bournes are just a few of the artists that make an apperance. Enjoy.

Offical 1st episode of the Eclectic

This is the official first episode of the eclectic podcast. The other one was the Pilot episode and was purely to give you a taste of what was to come. I do hope you like it. If you want to know more about what is happening in the eclectic go to the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PodcastEclectic/ or email us at theeclecticpodcast17@gmail.com

Pilot episode

This is the pilot episode of the eclectic podcast.  In it you will get a fair idea on how the shows will be run and what kind of music will be played.