This article has been imported from chorus.fm for discussion. All of the forum rules still apply. It was difficult finding something to talk about on this week’s episode of Encore. We almost thought about just continuing our little hiatus because we just weren’t sure if we had any good topics. We ended up settling on one and pretty much spend an hour or so discussing this new website, what led to its creation, some of the decisions made along the way, and what we hope the future holds. This episode is kinda like The Format’s “I’m Actual” and I feel a little awkward spending the whole time talking about me, but, we got it out of the way. Next week we’ll be back with a more regular episode about news and answering questions and stuff. Feel free to hit up the comments (click the little quote button on this post) and let us know if you have anything you’d like us to touch on. Thanks for dealing with our little break — we’re really excited to be back. Hosts Thomas Nassiff Jason Tate @encorepodcast Show Notes We are back, baby, yeah! Here we are. We haven’t recorded in about a month. While we were gone, Jason shut down AbsolutePunk and has become a recluse. He now stands on the top of a large mountain all day, every day, waiting for a potential Jedi apprentice to find him and reunite him with a long-lost lightsaber which has no business ever being found as it fell down an enormous, potentially endless shaft into the core of a planet. A helicopter constantly circles around his location waiting to capture the moment a promising Force-sensitive youth joins him amongst a beautiful, lush backdrop. Okay, only part of that is true. Jason bought AbsolutePunk back from Spin Media and now Chorus.fm is the new place to go for your music news and everything else you want to read about. We talk about this a lot; this episode is basically Thomas interviewing Jason about it. There aren’t any real show notes aside from a few links we mention, so have fun listening! Jason’s first post on Chorus.fm / last post on AbsolutePunk. Commemorative AP.net Logo Pin. Thomas’ post about the end of AP.net. JT Recommends: Thrice, our AP.net heart pins (more coming soon!), and being a member. TN Recommends: Forrister. Subscribe You can subscribe to this podcast in iTunes, via any podcast player using our RSS feed, on SoundCloud, via Overcast, or on Stitcher. You can also find all of our previous episodes archived on our podcast page, iTunes, and on SoundCloud. If you have any follow-up, questions, or a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, please send a tweet using the hashtag #askEncore. If you’d like to follow this podcast on Twitter we are at @encorepodcast. We love hearing from listeners and are always looking for topics both big and small to tackle. So, let us know! If you like the podcast, could you please rate and review us on iTunes? It really does help. If you’re using the great podcast player Overcast, please hit the “recommended” button on the episodes you like. And if you have any friends that you think would like our podcast, please let them know! Word of mouth and telling people about this podcast will always be the best thing you can do to help us out. We really appreciate it. Email us if you’re interesting in promoting a good or service via a sponsorship on our podcast. The post chorus.fm (Episode 119) appeared first on chorus.fm.