It looks like version 1.0 of the Tiësto App was launched on March 4th. Where was I? This App is awesome. There is tons of music, videos, podcasts (including the second hour which is available weekly), and the ability to save the podcast to your device for playback later. I tested that feature on my iPod touch in my car over the weekend while making trips to downtown Austin. Everyone in traffic was jealous of me and my groovy Tiësto podcast which was being played back at a most reasonable volume. 🙂
If you are interested, this video from the Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) in Las Vegas in June of 2014 will give you a good idea of what it is like to see the Bassjackers perform live. Be careful, because it is rated R for language. The following quote is from the description on YouTube.
“On Friday, June 20, 2014 Bassjackers had the honor of closing the MainStage of the infamous Electric Daisy Carnival festival in Las Vegas Nevada. It is also called the sunrise set, as the show starts in darkness and ends with the bright sun rising over the horizon.”
The Bassjackers’ podcasts can be found on iTunes or here on their YouTube channel. I highly recommend the podcasts to help get you moving on those cold Winter days. 🙂
So, my new (to me) car has the ability to connect directly to my iPod Touch (no, I don’t have an iPhone). I needed an extra cable with the lightning connector so I can rock out to my tunes and podcasts. I’m not so much into rocking out since I am old and all, but I can try. Mostly I am listening to Talk Radio or National Public Radio and trying to learn about the world. But for the limited rocking out that can be accomplished, the cable is a requirement. Thus a visit to the Apple Store in the Domain. People are always looking at me weird when I am taking random photos – their problem, not mine. 🙂
From my walk tonight. Hooray for the Podcasts App!
This one has been featured in a few of the podcasts I listen to when walking. Its uptempo beat helps me move a little faster. 🙂