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020 – (Like) There’s No Tomorrow

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conelcast episode 020: (Like) There’s No Tomorrow Music by British electronic musician conelrad – visit for a full back catalogue. Happy new year everyone. Have one for me. HOW TO HELP!!! AHHH If you know artists, coders, creatives or open-plan office workers of any kind who could be interested, do let them know about conelcast. Also, if you know of anywhere I could recommend the podcast — popular blogs/sites for artists and other creatives, for instance — do let me know. You can email me at or get me on Twitter at conelraduk. You can join the conelrad mailing list here. That’s the best way to keep updated with conelcast and other conelrad projects. Rating on Apple Podcasts: Launch Apple’s Podcast app. Tap the Search tab. Enter the name of the podcast you want to rate or review. Tap the blue Search key at the bottom right. Tap the album art for the podcast. Tap the Reviews tab. Tap Write a Review at the bottom. Other ways to help: 1. Check out the albums of shorter, more conventional tracks available at They’re free to download or you can pay whatever you like for them. Some people have done this already (thank you so much). 2. Tell as many people as you can about the show! Recommended it to friends–especially those who are artists, writers, coders or people who just need something to help them focus on what they’re doing. I personally work in a large open-plan hotdesking office and listen to stuff like this all the time. 3. Subscribe and rate/review the podcast on Apple podcasts. I have no clue whether this helps or not. But it can’t hurt. Whether you do any of the above or not, thank you so much for listening. It’s great that you’d trust me with your ears. (c) 2018 conelrad. To discuss reuse, derivatives, licensing or commissions please email