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Best podcasts about Filth

Latest podcast episodes about Filth

Beauty Reform School
Red for Filth

Beauty Reform School

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:17


Today we take a deep dive into red dye - how did it come to be? With all the fussing, why are we still using it? What safe and what's not, and how did it become such a problem? Do tune in!

The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show
The Story of Rock and Roll: S5E19

The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 183:10


Episode 19 was a ton of fun.  It aired on 12 May 2022 on Rebel Rock Radio and we kicked off with Mel Gibson's son in law Kenny Wayne Shepherd and a track called 'Any Way the Wind Blows', that sentiment pretty much guided the show as we moved through Southern Rock with Jimmy Van Zant and Kid Rock all the way through to show closer Cradle of Filth with 'Death Magick For Adepts'.  We took a listen to another two tracks off what I have been refering to as the Phil Wright tapes, this week it was Deep Purple with 'King of Dreams' and Vixen with 'Cryin'.   We checked out some vintage Iron Maiden and Judas Priest off Killers and Stained Class respectively.  The story behind 'Better By You Better Than Me' which caused Priest so much trouble after they were accussed of being implicated in the suicide of two US kids back in 1985 was briefly discussed.  For newish stuff i.e. 2019 we had Phil X and the Drills and for brand new stuff we had Rammstein and Kreator.  South African music was covered by The Devil's Party Band and a track called 'Headstone' and Jonathan Martin with "Wayward Road'.  WE also checked an SA metal classic called 'Ozone by Odyssey and a track called 'Here I Am' from East Rand rockers The Burning, apologies to the lads I am pretty sure I refered totheir album as Highway to Hell instead of headed to Hell.  No doubt they would love the raoyalties for the former.  Other than that there was punk, alternative, metal, blues and even Rabbitt with a super refreshing instrumental called 'Take It Easy'.  The track goes back to 1971 and its clear tat Trevor Rabin was as good as the best on the planet which is why he has been so woonderfully successful.  Lets leave it here, the playlist is below, catch you next week.   Artists featured: Kenny Wayne Shepherd, ACDC, Quiet Riot, Deep Purple, Vixen, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Buckcherry, Phil X and the Drill, Odyssey, The Burning, Thin Lizzy, David Bowie, Kiss, Megadeth, ZZ Top, Slash, the Devil's Party Band, Johnathan Martin, Rammstein, Kreator, My Chemical Romance, Shinedown, Lit Matthew Goode Band, The Stranglers, Sex Pistols, Hollywood Vampires, Marilyn Manson, Kid Rock, Jimmy Van Zant, Dream Widow, Exodus, Clutch, Rabbitt, Dave Hause, Sixx A.M., Cradle of Filth

Retro Fandango
Retro Fandango | Eps 205 | The Filth Element

Retro Fandango

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 112:07


BGE Recap, Old Man BO, Vox hates Instagram, Apocalypse, Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, The Muppet Movie, 3:10 to Yuma, M*A*S*H grows up, Seven Samurai, The 5th Element, Strange New Worlds

Couch Riffs
Ep. 225 Brandon Yeagley (Crobot)

Couch Riffs

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 95:17


Our guest this episode is Brandon Yeagley, singer of the band Crobot. Brandon has one of the most dynamic voices in rock music today and recently gave his talents to a Couch Riffs cover of Yes' classic, Starship Trooper. Crobot has a new album titled Feel This coming June 3 2022 and is currently on tour with Danzig and Cradle of Filth. Be sure to check them out on the road and give their new single, Set You Free, a listen! I had a great time hanging with Brandon and I hope you enjoy! Thanks so much! If you're enjoying the Couch Riffs podcast or our cover song performances please support us on PATREON. Your Patreon support is what makes this and the heavy lifting of creating, editing, mixing and publishing the cover songs possible. Thank you so much for helping making this more possible. https://patreon.com/couchriffs https://couchriffs.com (march store) https://crobotband.com

FANTASM Podcast
Interview: Dani Filth of Cradle of Filth

FANTASM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 25:10


Dr. West chats with Dani of Cradle of Filth. They talk about Dani's upcoming US Tour with Danzig, Russia, Doug Bradley, and the newest Cradle of Filth offering, "Existence is Futile." FOLLOW CRADLE OF FILTH: Website: http://www.cradleoffilth.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cradleoffilth Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cradleoffilth/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cradleoffilth

We Watch Wrestling
WeWatchWrestling Issue #452

We Watch Wrestling

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 45:14


Matt & Vince talk Tana, Ishii, Cody, Eddie, Mox, Filth, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood more!!!   LAS VEGAS LIVE SHOW! Saturday May 28, 2022 The Nerd 3PM FREE!  450 E Fremont st #250   WWW Dallas Merch! Get it while it lasts: Wewatchwrestlingpodcast.bigcartel.com To hear the Dallas LIVE show: Go to Patreon.com/WeWatchWrestling-Donate $7 for ALL the bonus content! Q&A, Watch-Alongs, Bonus Audio & Video! If you want to send the show anything and everything: Matt McCarthy PO Box 4854 Valley Village CA 91617

MMH - The Home Of Rock Radio Podcasts
Losin It With Luscious #95 Bongzilla, Instant Ruin, & seedy San Fran punk!

MMH - The Home Of Rock Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 120:00


This week hear the newest punk insanity from Brad Logan (F-Minus, Leftover Crack, Adolescents) & Gabba (Chaos UK): Instant Ruin! Jesse also visits with Jay Crash & Bongzilla & dives into the seedier side of San Francisco 80s punk. In the midst of all of that, hear brand new tracks from Suede Razors, Snuff, Abertooth Lincoln, Street Diamonds, Krause, & Charger, faves from Stiff Little Fingers, Cybermen, Heartbreakers, Briefs, Nomeansno, Warlock Pinchers, Arnocorps, Mr. T Experience, Killdozer, Children Of Technology, Los Revolucionarios, Lewd, Fuck-Ups, Fang, Verbal Abuse, Frightwig, Filth, Jack Acid, Toxic Reasons, Witch Hunt, Unsane, MDC, Radioactive Rats, War On Women, UK Subs, and the Luscious Listener's Choice! 

Draw The Line Radio Show
#202 Draw The Line Radio Show 29-04-2022 with guest mix 2nd hr by Pretty Pink

Draw The Line Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 120:01


This is Draw The Line Radio Show with Jacki-E, presenting the best music from female producers and DJs. Helping me Draw the Line this week with her mix in the second hour it's Pretty Pink who's from the woods of the Harz Mountains in Germany, Her own productions have been released on Armada, Found Frequencies, Suara and her own label, Deep Woods Music. In the last few years she's become one of the leading DJs on the International gig circuit taking her sound to over a hundred cities worldwide. In May 2022 she embarks on her first North American tour. She has her own bi-weekly radio show, also called Deep Woods and her own event brands. Her mix consists entirely of her own original tracks and remixes. Links for Pretty Pink:- Website:- https://prettypink.de/ Soundcloud:- https://soundcloud.com/prettypink Beatport:- https://www.beatport.com/artist/pretty-pink/185539 Spotify:- https://open.spotify.com/artist/78GHS9zWXcj8tBke222g5N?si=gh3g4yjDRNWVNioHh8KAXw You Tube:- https://www.youtube.com/c/prettypinkmusic Instagram:- https://www.instagram.com/prettypinkmusic/ Twitter:- https://twitter.com/prettypinkmusic Facebook:- https://www.facebook.com/prettypinkmusic In my mix in the first hour I'm playing tracks by Joyce Muniz, La Fleur, Just Her, Nadine Fehn, Sydney Blu and lots more. If you like the tracks we play, please support the artists by buying their music. It's time to say NO to gender imbalance in dance music. It's time to Draw The Line!! Draw The Line Radio Show is produced for radio by Sergio Erridge and is A Darker Wave production. Track list 1st hour mixed by Jacki-E:- 1. Sistersweet, Ducomp5a – Progressive Flowers (original mix) Deepwibe Underground. 2. Nora en Pure – Tantrum (original mix) Enormous Music. 3. Ntsha, Black Chapel – Stargate 7 (original mix) Krafted Underground. 4. Magdalena (DE) – Mountains of Es Cubells (original mix) Diynamic Music. 5. Poli Siufi, Ducomp5a, VegaZ, SL – Earth Monk (original mix) Deepwibe Underground. 6. Just Her – Love Will Save Us (original mix) Anjunadeep. 7. Line Engstrom – White Nebula (original mix) Joyride Music. 8. Ilona Maras, Darko de Jan – Lost in Amazonia (original mix) Filth on Acid. 9. Joyce Muniz – Give me the Taste ft Kim Anh (original mix) International DeeJay Gigolo Records. 10. Just Her – The Mirror (original mix) Anjunadeep. 11. Sydney Blu – Temple (original mix) Blu Music. 12. La Fleur – Rooned (original mix) Last Night on Earth. 13. Made in Paris – Warm Hearts (original mix) Stil vor Talent. 14. Andrea Godin, Starkillers – Your Love (original mix) Scarlet Cartels. 15. Beth Lydi - Love Your People (original mix) Snoe. 16. Anika – Critical (Lauren Flax remix) Invada Records. 17. Lady Caro'zart – Radiant Atmosphere (original mix) Aida Records. 18. Nadine Fehn – Lelany (original mix) Klangtrauma Records. 2nd hour Pretty Pink - An exclusive guest mix for Draw The Line Radio Show. 1. Pretty Pink - Talvi ft Fractures (Deeper) Deep Woods 2. Pretty Pink - Talvi (extended mix) Deep Woods 3. Above & Beyond - Every Little Beat (Pretty Pink remix) Anjunabeats. 4. Pretty Pink – Shadows ft The Element (extended mix) Anjunabeats. 5. Pretty Pink - Dark Woods (club mix) Deep Woods. 6. Pretty Pink - Awake (club mix) Found Frequencies Official. 7. Pretty Pink - Echo ft Grace Thunder (extended mix) Anjunabeats. 8. Pretty Pink - Gazer (club mix) Deep Woods. 9. Pretty Pink - Wizard (club mix) Deep Woods. 10. Pretty Pink - Suvi (original mix) Deep Woods. 11. Pretty Pink - Let You Go ft Emina Sonnard (original mix) Anjunabeats.

Worst Little Podcast
Deep Inside John Waters – A Special Edition of WLP

Worst Little Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 27:06


Filth fans, rejoice! Somehow, our shitty little podcast was able to score an opportunity to speak with one of our heroes, in media and real life, John Waters. If you are unfamiliar, John Waters is an American filmmaker, writer, director, actor, and pubic speaker, with a career spanning 7 decades. His influence on American culture […]

Jeden Tag Ein Set
Torsten Kanzler - Jeden Tag Ein Set Podcast 098

Jeden Tag Ein Set

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 124:12


# Jeden Tag ein Set Podcast 098 # by Torsten Kanzler Torsten Kanzler steht bereits seit vielen Jahren für impulsiven und kraftvollen Techno am Zahn der Zeit. Während die Anfangszeiten seiner Karriere von hartem Techno geprägt waren, steht Torsten Kanzler längst für einen zukunftsweisenden und internationalen Sound im Technogenre. Seine Releases auf Labels wie Filth on Acid, 100% Pure oder seinem eigenen mit Herz geführten Imprint TKR, finden sich in den Plattentaschen von Acts wie Richie Hawtin, Sam Paganini oder auch Adam Beyer wieder. Auch mit seinem Label TKR setzt er weiter Maßstäbe. Nachdem es ein wenig ruhiger um das Label wurde, startete er im vergangenen Jahr mit zahlreichen Releases wieder voll durch. 

 Wir freuen uns sehr, dass der Kanzler für uns die 98. Ausgabe der Jeden Tag ein Set Podcastreihe beisteuert. Viel Spaß! Torsten Kanzler findest du unter @torstenkanzler Noch mehr Sets findest du auf www.JedenTagEinSet.de

Fat Chicks on Top
Gretchen Felker-Martin: Divine Filth

Fat Chicks on Top

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 40:06


Guest: Gretchen Felker-Martin This episode, Gretchen Felker-Martin author of Manhunt and host of "Deadlights Theater" on Patreon, joins Auntie Vice to talk horror, fatness, transness, and the reaction to her novel Manhunt.  Instagram @gretchenfelkermartin Twitter @Scumbelievable Instagram @GretchenFelkerMartin   For one month free premium service on Newsly, use code FC0T  

Bacio Death Trip
Episode 62 - Cradle of Filth - Midian

Bacio Death Trip

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 57:18


We finally get onto Cradle of Filth and loved learning more about Dani Filth. Look, there isn't a heap of Midian chat. A bit, but not a whole heap. I was trying to do the Cradle fans justice and figure out what it is they love about this band. The lyrics, the artwork, the music, the fashion or a mix of all of the above? A huge thanks to our sponsor this week. Couldn't have done it without them! Check out Neocore_'s Youtube channel Check out Lizzie Nagy's website Check out Life's Ill on Spotify

The Rock Drive Catchup Podcast
Utter filth with zero self respect

The Rock Drive Catchup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 2:14


Some dude hasn't changed his sheets in years.... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Deathrattle Podcast
Episode 120: DEATHRATTLE PODCAST #136 ~ Frolic In The Filth Pit

Deathrattle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 95:06


Deathrattle Podcast frolics in the Metalzone Radio filth pit. Starting with the stoner grunge of Mano De Mono and ending with Aussie deathcore from Tomb Of Doom, there is the usual decimation inbetween. The showpiece track is a monster of despair by QAALM This show featured~Mano De MonoAlunahAzaabQaalmNonsunScarsLost Legacy NecronomiconThe Troops of DoomPharmacistLurkingNoisecultThe CrossTomb Of DoomCatch the show each week here~ Sunday - Metalzone Radio - 9pm UK@http://www.metalzone.gr/Tuesday - Downtuned Magazine & Radio - 6pmRipper Radio - 8pm@http://www.ripperradio.comTUESDAY/THURSDAY

Tender Loving Care...?
"7 Little Johnstons" and "Filth Fighter...?"

Tender Loving Care...?

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 69:30


A bit of a different show this week (due to the hosts' laziness) Pauline and Kate dive into the world of a family of little people that include parents re-enacting scenes from “50 Shades Of Gray” and kids that are either really really good, or getting wasted (unconfirmed) at a Little People Convention.Also discussed: Pauline and Kate's misspent youth, and the pure JOY of Bitch Sesh and our mentors Casey Rose Wilson and Danielle Schneider.Subscribe and follow us:IG: @tenderlovingcarepodTikTok: @tenderlovingcarepodTwitter: @tlcpoddy Do you also LOVE the trash fire of Bravo shows? Check out Kate's podcast Mostly Bravo: IG: @mostlybravoTikTok: @mostlybravoListen here.Write down all your feelings in Pauline's Real Housewives themed notebooks: IG: @ABritInTheSun*We would love to share with our listeners any hilarious tidbits that you may have about the inner workings of these shows (all anonymous of course) So we are calling to all of our Agents In The Field that can give us behind the scenes info about ANY of the shows on TLC.Were you a long suffering PA, or someone who found the "talent" for these shows? Perhaps you are close to someone who was part of a TLC show-EMAIL US!TenderLovingCarePod@gmail.com*Leave us a 5 star review!

Omoshola Speaks
Even in Filth, Stay at his (Jesus) Feet

Omoshola Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 12:55


Bible reference: 2 Samuel 11 2 Samuel 15:31 2 Samuel 16:23 2 Samuel 23:34 This episode is brought to you by: The Courageous Confidence Workshop. Awaken Your Inner Giant, 10x your impact, income, and become unstoppable. https://offers.icandemy.org/courageous Links mentioned in this episode: Get the Good medicine Book on Amazon https://bit.ly/goodmedicinebook More From Victoria: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/victowolabi/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/omoshola.owolabi/ Medium https://vicowolabi.medium.com/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/omoshola-victoria-owhojeta-4b89a643/ Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9B9D3GXpeLeNWDT1WLtcpQ/sub_confirmation=1 Learn to turn vague dreams into blissful realities on the ICANDEMY Podcast: Listen on: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/icandemy-podcast-place-for-people-who-can-dont-know/id1481956676?i=1000451889436 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cDovL2ljYW5kZW15cG9kY2FzdC5saWJzeW4uY29tL3Jzcw%3D%3D Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6b2OalZ5v3559myoNKi1AQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodmedicinepodcast/message

Dice Roller Radio
Episode 063 | Full Circle feat. MJ & Alyssa Mendoza

Dice Roller Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 71:31


WELCOME TO DICE ROLLER RADIO EPISODE 063!!!! WllB and Stillo are back with new co-host MJ to usher in a new era of Dice Roller Radio. With so much to unpack the crew breaks down what life has been like the last year with new ventures and opportunities being created around San Diego including the "Sunday Best Markets" hosted inside Park & Rec and also look out for our monthly LIVE podcast and networking event called "Memoires Mondays" hosted inside El Dorado which will be every last Monday of the month. We also sit down and speak with store/brand owner, designer and creative Alyssa Mendoza (Founder of FILTH), She lets us in on her brand and talks about what it took to get where she is today as a successful brand owner. Make sure your up on events coming up by following us on IG: @dicerollerradio. New music, fashion and inspiration !!! Thank you for listening !!! Music provided by Danny Rose --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drr/support

Deathrattle Podcast
Episode 119: DEATHRATTLE PODCAST #135 ~ Rippin', Rancid and Rampant

Deathrattle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 100:05


Prepare to be educated in the three R,s of underground metal.I'm highlighting three classic albums, 2 from Therion and 1 from Trouble, re released and remastered by Hammerheart Records. Filth corner has hawked up Belgian sludgsters Palach while the random pick is Lutharo. I've also included Ironmaster whose brutal 'Thy Ancient Fire' made my 'Dirty Dozen' for February.Cower in fear at the sounds of ~End BossTherionDeathriteSkumstrikeDarkfallMortal StrikeVermördLux IncertaWeedevilGreenbeardDecraptedTroubleSamavayoPalachZoraChimpgrinderIronmasterLutharoYou can catch the show each week here ~Listen each week here ~Sunday - Metalzone Radio - 9pm UK@http://www.metalzone.gr/Tuesday - Downtuned Magazine & Radio - 6pmRipper Radio - 8pm@http://www.ripperradio.comTUESDAY/THURSDAY

Tim & Jess - hit104.9 The Border
Comm Games Locations - *Heart React* - Fined For Filth - Asking The Big Questions!

Tim & Jess - hit104.9 The Border

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 15:30


See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fire Draw Near
Episode XXXI

Fire Draw Near

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 58:53


Episode XXXI looks at possible influences for the tune to a Ewan MacColl song and features piping, fiddling, singing, tunes that sound like other tunes, the Cradle ov Filth and more! Tracklist: Peat and Diesel – Western Isles Joe Byrne – Snowy Breasted Pearl Luke Kelly – The Bonnie Shoals of Herring Ewan MacColl – The Famous Flower of Serving Men Matt Cranitch, Paul De Grae & Jackie Daly – Sliabh na mBan Mama's Broke – Just Pick One Unknown Suonata For Bagpipe And Triangle Rättviks Spelmanslag - Gärdebylåten, gånglåt (Marching Tune from Gärdeby) Elizabeth Cronin – Níl Mo Shláinte ar Fónamh Elizabeth Cronin – Ten Weary Years Early Grave Band – Nuke Power C.B. Fernando & H.D Manuel – Manaram Sidevi The Clovers – Rotten Cocksucker's Ball https://campsite.bio/firedrawnear

Three One G
Cult & Culture Podcast Episode 20 feat. Lisa Mungo and Rah Davis

Three One G

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 74:07


The concept of Cult and Culture began as a short segment created by Justin Pearson, an internationally known musician, record label owner (Three One G Records), author, and actor. He is best known as bassist/vocalist for bands such as Dead Cross, The Locust, and Retox. Justin has come to know and work with a broad spectrum of captivating personalities and brilliant minds, many of which are key figures in the realm of popular culture and cult followings alike. John Waters was one of the first people interviewed for the project- an icon of both cult and culture. Other guests include a broad scope of musicians, producers, authors, and anyone passionate about what they do. In its infancy, segments were shorter, 10-20 minutes, and would be recorded while on tour. Since then, Pearson has collaborated with producer and musician Luke Henshaw (Planet B, Sonido de la Frontera) to build the idea into a proper podcast, now recorded at Penguin Studios in San Diego. The focus is not intended to be solely on people in any one realm, and because guests are friends and family, the conversations are frank, informal, well-informed and genuine. In episode 20 of Cult & Culture, Justin and Luke take part in another double-interview with two old friends-- both members of Seattle-based hardcore punk band Filth is Eternal-- Lisa Mungo (He Whose Ox is Gored) and Rah Davis (Cattle Decapitation). The discussion starts with Rah and Lisa's first connections to music, which both include growing up in musical families, and the struggles as well as the positive memories that come with having parents who are professional artists. From there, topics gravitate towards performing and touring, including the idea of taking control in a performance and forging your own stage/world/reality in unexpected ways, making the best of hard situations on the road, and the conscious/subconscious influences and inspiration picked up along the way.

Scars and Guitars
Scars and Guitars Volume 1 promo

Scars and Guitars

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 3:34


Andrew McKaysmith has been the host of the Scars and Guitars podcast since 2017, with content from episodes featuring in Metal Hammer, The PRP, Ultimate Guitar, Blabbermouth, Metal Injection, and many more metal-themed sites, it was time he released a book! Contained within the pages of Scars and Guitars, Volume 1, you'll discover thoughts and recollections from conversations with over 90 podcast guests. You'll read excerpts from conversations with the members of bands plying their trade under the broader banners of rock, classic rock, heavy metal, industrial, death metal, black metal, deathcore, thrash metal, punk, and reggae, featuring musicians as diverse as Michael Schenker (MSG/ Scorpions), Don Felder (Eagles), Erik Danielsson (Watain) Phil Campbell (Motörhead), Al Di Meola, Adam Darski AKA Nergal (Behemoth/ Me and That Man), George Lynch (Dokken) as well as bumper entries featuring conversations with the members of Morbid Angel, Anthrax, Megadeth, Napalm Death, Testament, Corrosion of Conformity, and Cradle of Filth, to name just a few.All marketplaces to purchase the book in your region can be found on this link: https://books2read.com/u/4DKxLD

Rewine & Recap
MAFS S14 Ep. 9-11: Throw All The Couples Away

Rewine & Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 115:44


We're baaaack! Thank you all for being so patient as we took a break to wind down, recharge, and come back with even more mess for y'all! In this segment, we rant and give our take on episodes 9-11 of Season 14. Somehow we managed to do it under 2 hours lmao. While we spend most of the recap dragging Jasmina and Isaac to FILTH, we also dive into Noi's fear of poverty and how it's affecting her marriage to Steve, Lindsey's loose lips, Katina losing her voice and not standing up to Isaac, and Michael's efforts to try to please the insufferable Jasmina. Grab ya fave drink and chat with us! ________ Wine/Cocktail of the Night Princess: Pinot Grigio x Belvino Cece: White Zinfandel x Oak Leaf ________ Tweets of the Week “Steve is everything Olajuwon wants in a wife.” @storytellerd10 “Olajuwon is already doing that "testing" stuff. He wants Katina to prove herself to him and no woman should need to prove her value and damn sure not to a man” @jnell_stclair “Why is Katina planning everything, what has this man done for you other than cook you an egg & tell you, you aint ish?” @mymy13 “I don't think Ola can get past Katina being black.” @raediant_shawna “Notice how Olajuwon is the only guy not going all out for his wife. I said since the beginning he's grooming Katina to feel like he's the prize and that she should always be working to keep him happy. We hate to see it.” @AngelinaKatrina “The only person that can END Olajuwon right here and NOW!” @lovemeri_ “You don't even have a hairline. Lower your voice.” @Jessica_Tribble ________ Chat with us on social media! Cece: Twitter: _jadorececexo Instagram: _jadorececexo Princess: Twitter: @princess_vogue Instagram: @purelypicturesque

The Alan Cox Show
The Growling/ Judge Dread/ Plead The Filth/ Slide Ride/ Hoover Damned/ Desert Fox/ General Nuisance/ Blue Hair Motors

The Alan Cox Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 180:20


CWTFB Radio
Episode 116: "Black Over Blue" (w/ Sadiddy Dev)

CWTFB Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 72:38


Black men vs law enforcement is a battle that is generations old and shows very little indication on bridging the gap any time soon. In most cases the biggest gang in the US, which is the police, come out triumphant in any altercation with the Black men they apparently fear so much. In February of '21 another traffic stop that ended with a Black man in jail involved Mattapan's own Sadiddy Dev. Unlike most cases, in just a year later, Dev is out of custody and free of the assault charges the MA State Police tried to pin on him! Welcome home family! Sadiddy Dev is no stranger to the music scene in Boston although he's spent some gaps of time away from his craft fighting cases. The street stories filled with ambition, pain, and hard hitting punchlines are why we grew to love Dev's style of music. Now that he's home again we're hopeful for a strong push of new content that will contribute to the fast growing scene. Join KASH & Charlie MaSheen as they welcome Sadiddy Dev to the podcast for the first time as he talks about his notorious case vs the MA State Police officer who will probably always need a partner with him now, new and old music, how he got his name and some FILTH regarding women

Draw The Line Radio Show
#197 Draw The Line Radio Show 25-03-2022 with guest mix 2nd hr by Dezibelle

Draw The Line Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 120:01


This is Draw The Line Radio Show with Jacki-E, presenting the best music from female producers and DJs. Helping me Draw The Line this week with her guest mix in the 2nd hour it's Dezibelle, a talented, German-based, newcomer-DJ who started mixing two years ago because of a bet. She loves playing melodic techno tracks with deep synths, driving bass lines and vocals and mixes it all up to create a very unique and refreshingly open style of techno. Links for Dezibelle:- Soundcloud:- https://soundcloud.com/einfachnurdesi In my mix in the first hour I'm playing tracks by Ellen Allien, AK Sports & Mincy, Linn Elisabet & Ra, Kerrie, Georgie Riot and lots more. If you like the tracks we play, please support the artists by buying their music. It's time to say NO to gender imbalance in dance music. It's time to Draw The Line!! Draw The Line Radio Show is produced for radio by Sergio Erridge and is A Darker Wave production. Track list 1st hour mixed by Jacki-E:- 1. Shelley Johansson – Rytm (original mix) Turn Recordings. 2. Pretty Pink – Gazer (Through the Night) (original mix) Dark Woods. 3. Erika Krall, Lian Gold – Pleasure (original mix) La Mishka. 4. Lady Caro'zart – Don't Panic (original mix) Mental Schizophrenia. 5. Shay de Castro – Watching Me (original mix) Prospect Records. 6. Linn Elizabet, Ra – Reframe (original mix) 7. Kerrie – Inner Space (original mix) Dark Machine Funk Recordings. 8. Christian Smith – Turn the Lights (Drunken Kong remix) Tronic. 9. Georgie Riot – Dance (original mix) YosH. 10. AK Sports – Flex (original mix) GalleryRecordings. 11. Kerrie – Social Climber (original mix) D ark Machine Funk Recordings. 12. Linn Elizabet, Ra – Reframe (Metaraph Transcenscion version) 13. Ellen Allien – Hello Planet Earth (Lady Starlight remix) Bpitch Control. 14. Dovetail, Shawnonymous – 1984 (Perpetual Present remix) Diesel Recordings. 15. Mincy – Biscuit Inception (AK Sports remix) Gallery Recordings. 16. Kiki Solvej – Deutsches Rave Madchen (original mix) Filth on Acid. 17. Fatima Hajji – Seeking (Dstm remix) 18. AK Sports – Flex (Mincy remix) Gallery Recordings. 2nd hour Dezibelle - An exclusive guest mix for Draw The Line Radio Show. 1. Apo Tulup – Tlamanalli (original mix) Whole Story Lab. 2. Kalipo – Morgenstern (original mix) Ritter Butzke. 3. Innellea – Haveli (original mix) Innellea. 4. Morttagua - The Parallel (original mix) Timeless Moment. 5. Thoergen & Willach – Gegaffel (original mix) Breidenbach. 6. Ten Years Sober - Throw Back (original mix) Inner Shah. 7. Alexandros Djkevingr – 86ing (original mix) Black Rose Rec. 8. Amir Telem – Adi (original mix) Trippy Code. 9. Onory - Mission Incomplete (original mix) Straight Forward. 10. Zaria – Mystic (original mix) Mirror Walk. 11. Bendtsen – Savage (original mix) Alula tunes. 12. Oliver Nagel - I Need (original mix) Jaw Dropping Records. 13. Ohne Alles – Mayfly (original mix) Ton Töpferei. 14. Brennen Grey - Through the Lens (original mix) Intec Digital. 15. Antimatter Particle – Floating (original mix) Infinite Depth. 16. Stephan Hinz – Onyx (original mix) Second State. 17. Yotto - The One You Left Behind ft Vök (Yotto's Extended Mirage mix) Anjunadeep. 18. Milan Milano (DE) - Namche Bazaar (original mix) Deepwithyou Recordings. 19. Drey Kinian – Mystique (original mix) Tanzgemeinschaft. 20. Reflekt - Need To Feel Loved ft Delline Bass (original mix) Altra Moda Music

Tent Talk with Nancy McCready
Filth & Carnage 2.0

Tent Talk with Nancy McCready

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 18:33


Don't let the title fool you! This is a very redemptive episode. God is bringing down anything that isn't of Him. He's building His Church for Himself & His purposes. Take a listen today...Be sure to SUBSCRIBE----REVIEW & RATE TENT TALK PODCAST w/ Nancy McCready 5-STARS to help us get the message out. Remember to get your copy of Nancy's book “From Trauma To Trust” on Amazon OR go to theproducersway.com to purchase the new AUDIOBOOK. Join Nancy on her FREE FB Group -- The Producers Way! #nancymccready.com #tenttalk #tenttribe #theproducersway.com​​​​​​​​ ---​​​​​​​​ Follow podcast links:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀​​​​​​​​ Apple Podcast:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀​​​​​​​​ apple.co/3fKQDCr⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀​​​​​​​​ Google Podcast:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀​​​​​​​​ bit.ly/34IN1uw​​​​​​​​ Spotify Podcast:​​​​​​​​ open.spotify.com/show/1QTSlnDSLFxsb4QlnwK79q

Tent Talk with Nancy McCready
Filth & Carnage

Tent Talk with Nancy McCready

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 25:23


Don't let the title fool you! This is a very redemptive episode. God is bringing down anything that isn't of Him. He's building His Church for Himself & His purposes. Take a listen today...Be sure to SUBSCRIBE----REVIEW & RATE TENT TALK PODCAST w/ Nancy McCready 5-STARS to help us get the message out. Remember to get your copy of Nancy's book “From Trauma To Trust” on Amazon OR go to theproducersway.com to purchase the new AUDIOBOOK. Join Nancy on her FREE FB Group -- The Producers Way! #nancymccready.com #tenttalk #tenttribe #theproducersway.com​​​​​​​​ ---​​​​​​​​ Follow podcast links:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀​​​​​​​​ Apple Podcast:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀​​​​​​​​ apple.co/3fKQDCr⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀​​​​​​​​ Google Podcast:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀​​​​​​​​ bit.ly/34IN1uw​​​​​​​​ Spotify Podcast:​​​​​​​​ open.spotify.com/show/1QTSlnDSLFxsb4QlnwK79q

Film Hub NI Podcast
Ban This Sick Filth! Censorship Special - Film Hub NI Podcast #18

Film Hub NI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 45:39


With the Imagine Festival currently screening films that highlight the role of censorship in what and how we watch, we were delighted to invite Dr Sian Barber, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at Queen's University Belfast, to join Sara and Hugh in discussing the issue of film censorship and the impact of censorship on the modern film world. We discussed a range of areas, including the recent controversy in film caliossifation for The Batman and Foscadh, the role of local councils and the BBFC and what the future looks like in light of the proposed online safety bill.We also have the return of Sara's Film Round Up, giving you the skinny on all the independent cinema coming up, in your area. You can read some more about Sian's work here. Support the show (https://www.filmhubni.org/contact/)

Chuck Shute Podcast
Steve Grimmett (Grim Reaper)

Chuck Shute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 37:15


Steve Grimmett is the frontman for Grim Reaper (Steve Grimmett's Grim Reaper)- a British heavy metal band from the new wave of British heavy metal era.  The band had 3 classic albums in the 80s and the title tracks were all featured on MTV.  In this episode we discuss working with legendary producer Max Norman, appearing on Beavis & Butthead, celebrity meetings, touring and the new live album “Reaping the Whirlwhind.” 00:00 - Intro00:43 - Upcoming Tour 02:24 - Reaping the Whirlwind  04:46 - First Three Albums Re-Issued 07:21 - Working with Producer Max Norman 10:35 - The "Rock You To Hell" Album  12:23 - Song "Lust For Freedom" in a Movie 14:13 - Beavis & Butthead 16:10 - Hindsight 17:25 - Touring in the States & Costs 20:20 - Playing the Songs 21:07 - Catchy Heavy Metal 22:10 - Elton John Influence & Covers24:07 - Side Projects & Lionheart 28:07 - Cradle of Filth & Tim "Ripper" Owens29:55 - Other Metal Celebrities 31:04 - Cruises & Festivals & Small Towns 35:25 - Help for Heroes 36:09 - Outro Grim Reaper website:https://grimreaperofficial.co.ukHelp for Heroes website:https://helpforheroes.comChuck Shute website:http://chuckshute.com/Support the show (https://venmo.com/Chuck-Shute)

Life Talk with Craig Lounsbrough
”An Intimate Collision - Encounters With Life and Jesus” - Part One

Life Talk with Craig Lounsbrough

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 35:12


Filth described her very well.  While it was an apt depiction, it failed to embrace the fullest description of what she was.  Some lives seem to be nothing more than a brutal manifestation of the accumulated slag and scum that is leftover in the wake of some departed tragedy.  These people become the thing that life has done to them, being so irreparably identified with their own tragedies that they themselves are a living manifestation of all those assorted tragedies.  Sometimes we become what life has done to us.  Hers was a life that was already an abysmal collection of untold catastrophes that resulted in filth nearly indescribable.  She was only fourteen. Susan was of little note as she stepped off the bus that first day of summer camp.  She was one of over one hundred campers swirling in an arriving mass of anticipation.  Gathering tattered bags and a tattered spirit, her eyes were set hollow with the effects of a life lived in hatred.  Filth and a pervading stench drew her apart from the rest almost instantly.  Her soul seemed to reek with a putrid odor that handily eclipsed the smell emanating from her skin and clothing.  There was about her an inner ugliness that permeated everything else about her, that had consumed her and had digested whatever shred of good there might have been.  It all seemed to have effectively left the fragrance of any human goodness now consumed in the sludge of whatever it was that seemed to define her. Her defense mechanism was so refined that she immediately repelled all who drew near, thrusting others so far away that she guaranteed her own isolation.  Her own woundedness was so utterly complete that the poison of the pain she felt spewed in venomous rages at anyone who drew near.  Her self-hatred was effectively projected outward onto anyone who dared draw near physically or emotionally.  She seemed as something less than human, something abominable; something terribly horrifying within which any shred of humanity was consumed and utterly lost. The following week of camp was to be marred by ugly confrontations.  She devolved into assorted rages that were wild, brutish, entirely unprovoked and profuse.  She refused to shower.  Ferocious outbursts were filled with anger distilled into lethal poison that devastated other hearts, young and old.  Physical assaults and violent rages had an insane wildness and a touch of insanity about them.  There emerged at times something animalistic about her, something very primal that raged unrestrained by either reason or rationale.  At times the line between that of a visceral animal and a human being was blurred and terribly ill-defined.  In the end, Susan was isolated in a lone cabin.  Her parents refused to come and get her.  Her pastor was unwilling and unable to deal with her rages as her life did not fit neatly into some clean theological rubric that he could manage.  The camp staff gathering to pray for her, but found their prayers as ineffective.  Some sort of spiritual possession was questioned, and rightly so.  She was a monster; a raging pathetic monster that we waited to relieve ourselves of at the close of camp.  Such was our judgment of her.   Judging From Fear Judging is, I think, a manifestation of our own fears.  We judge so that we might have some sense of control and some feeling of superiority.  If we judge that which is before us, we assume we will not become whatever it is that we are rendering judgment upon.  We set ourselves apart as distinct from that thing or that person with that distinction somehow convincing us that we are different.  Judging places us above that which we judge, meaning that we will not succumb to it from our supposedly elevated position. We judge because we fear, and because we fear we are not prone to look deeply into the person that we're judging.  For if we look deeply, we might see ourselves.  We might be forced to surrender to the reality that that which we are rendering judgment upon is as much a part of that person as it is a part of us.  Superficial judgment allows us to bypass our own humanity and live in the lie of superiority.  The person whom we judge is then sacrificed to our thin self-serving judgments and whatever is it that God wanted to do in our lives through that person is tragically lost.        Judgment Revealed It was to be that final night of camp.  The next morning a mass of buses and cars would invade the gravel parking lot, snatching up sun burnt campers filled with the wild tales of a week's adventures.  But that would be tomorrow.  For now, night had fallen, drawing up a warm blanket of thick summer air across the camp and out beyond the wooded expanse, tucking the world in at each horizon.  Crickets sang in a chorus of the night from the deep woods, lulling the day to slumber with their mesmerizing notes.  Frogs bellowed thick from a stream that meandered through a wooded ravine down a slight ridge.  Their chorus hauntingly rolled up the rise and across the slight meadow.  Lightening bugs cast dancing pinpoint pigments of yellow across the shadowy landscape and deep into the tall stands of sleepy timber.  The moon had only shaken a sliver of itself awake, mingling with the starry minions.  It was the perfect night; soft and subtle.  God's creation was melding into perfection. With the campers bedded down for that final night, I strolled down to the chapel now bathed in the soft shadows of night.  A few moments with God at the end of a long week seemed so right.  Drawn, I descended the winding dirt and gravel path with the soft crunch of each step muffled by night's thick softness.  Slight shadows cut from the thin pastel light of a sleepy moon seemed to whisper something about reverence and what it is to be alone with God. Another person had thought the same.  The outdoor chapel was framed by a wall of river rock that extended muscular granite arms around an expansive gravel floor.  Across the gravel expanse there stood a rock and timber altar with a muscular, rough-hewn cross as a shadowy sentry.  Thick timbers supported a vaulted wooden roof spread with broad knotty pine boards.  The woods beyond were alive with the night.  And Susan was there. A shadowy figure knelt at the altar.  Her aloneness was poignant, an isolated life kneeling before an altar in a desperate hope of somehow breaking that isolation.  The crying was soft and indistinct, being defy muted by her fear of vulnerability.  The moment was a manifestation of a broken heart and deeply wounded spirit which had somehow collided with God enough to strike a spark of hope.  She was kneeling there, her fingers embedded in the rock altar, hoping that this hope would not fail her as had everything else. We had all seen her as ugly, despicable, the slimy scum of humanity that teetered on the savagery of a wild animal.  We wanted nothing more than to see the sun break on the final day of camp and watch her leave both the camp and our lives.  We could not wait to be rid of her, to relegate this vermin back to the hole from which she had crawled.  To say we hated Susan was likely excessive.  To say we despised her was likely true.  And yet, here she was, broken.  The wounded humanity she so vehemently lashed out from was pouring out across that rock and timber altar.  Her core was exposed and for the first time I saw a slight glimpse of her humanity.  I had errantly judged it not to be there for fear that I would recognize it in myself.  Now I saw her brokenness and in it, I recognized my own. I feared her, not knowing in that moment what to do; not wanting to do anything out of the fear of behaviors I'd observed and the hatred I'd seen spew from her.  But I found myself walking toward her anyway.  Having made no conscious decision to do anything, I stepped, my footsteps dictated by something wholly other than me.  Suddenly I was beside her in the thick dark, in the thick of night; in the thick of her night.  Without a word spoken, she reached up and took my hand and drew me down to her side with a force that buckled my knees.  Putting a trembling arm around me as if the whole of her spirit was leaning its weight on me, I felt for that brief instance the intolerable hell of her life.  And in that moment I understood why she was what she was. Her words were to silence the night that surrounded us.  Nature drew down into the moment, stood on tiptoe so it seemed as God reached out from the expanse of that starry night and changed a life. Her next words set me back, instantly slicing through all the things that had caused me to judge her so harshly and revealing who this really was.  She said, “would you pray with me?”  Without a word from me her heart ruptured open in prayer.  I never uttered a word.  I didn't have to as such an action would have been only an intrusion in that transforming moment.  Massive floodgates surged opened and a enormous reservoir of pain that had accumulated over the incalculable expanse of years and events deluged the darkened chapel.  I knelt . . . stunned.  I had arrogantly diminished her in my judgments, and I experienced my own cleansing in hers.  It was a marvelous and privileged moment. In the end, we spent over an hour kneeling in the gravel, cloaked in a deep summer's night. Her prayers, a lifetime tidal wave of events and circumstances kept coming; of abuse and neglect and drugs.  The assorted maladies such as hunger, too few clothes, empty birthdays, numerous evictions and the rejection of society that abject poverty brings to a young life.  There was a devastating abortion and a fathomless litany of other terrifying choices that shredded her soul.  A father's alcoholism, a brother's suicide, and a mother's incessant marital unfaithfulness layered in it all.  Things that I could have never have comprehended.  Hers was a devastated life beyond description; a human holocaust. And it all poured into the night, across the rock and timber altar, down the gravel floor, out into the deep woods and into the expanses of heaven itself.  When it was done, she was free and her core was cleansed.  Likewise, I was free.  In that chapel God gave me far more than I had ever expected as I had trod the dirt and gravel path earlier that night.  I saw bits of me in her, and they were likewise swept away in her own release. The next sunrise may have actually been her very first sunrise, the day dawning over a new life.  With the sun barely warming the eastern horizon, she went to the shower.  Her clothes were deposited in the washer.  She combed her hair into long translucent waves, brushed her teeth bright and put on fresh clean clothes.  A touch of borrowed make-up and a slight sprits of perfume rounded out the transformation.  Arranging herself in the mirror, she gently primped herself to perfection. Susan walked into the cafeteria for that final breakfast wholly new.  Silence fell over one hundred campers.  Its power was deafening.  All of our superficial judgments had defined her for all of us.  So complete were they that we all sat there trying to somehow make them fit this new person for, sadly, we knew no other way to define her.  The old judgments of a monster melted away in the light of their gross insufficiency and a fresh understanding of this remarkable young woman seized the room.  A litany of miracles walked in with her. At that final breakfast she went from table to table to table.  Asking for forgiveness from those she'd hurt.  Weeping with those lives she'd scarred.  Holding the faces of so many in her hands, looking intently into their eyes and telling them how sorry she was.  Hugging and holding and crying with an endless array of campers and counselors.  No one ate breakfast that morning because sometimes life becomes bigger than food and larger than any agenda.  Sometimes life intersects us so powerfully that the only thing we can give attention to is that which intersects us.  And Susan intersected us all. A revival broke in that cafeteria.  Clusters of young lives gave themselves to God over eggs, bacon and a radically changed life.  Busses and arriving cars were asked to wait until the surge of one life changed had fully raced and run through the hundreds of other hurting lives that morning.  The vast gulf between what we were and what we could be was searingly highlighted in Susan.  And in the end, God ravaged the work of Satan and the deep pain of innumerable adolescents through the life of a single young lady who chose to see her core and live differently because of it.  It was the most remarkable thing I have ever seen.  A wretched and putrid life detested by those around her changing the very lives that had hated her, thereby leaving a legacy of life with those very lives.   An Errant Judgment The rocks had dropped; one by one.  Each thud stirred a slight wisp of talcum-like dust that quickly settled.  With it, a slight wisp of hope and of life spun gentle eddies in her heart.  Garbled whispering rose from the gathered cluster of angered religious leaders.  Cutting glances rendered razor sharp with hatred were slung across the courtyard toward her.  Righteous indignation wrapped itself like a robe around pious bodies.  And then, a slow dispersing of those gathered in their robes and finery with the old leaving first.  The sound of feet on departing gravel built and then gradually lessened as the courtyard was emptied.  Soon silence drifted in, leaving the scene littered still with lifeless rocks that attest to hatred halted and judgment deferred.  All that was left was a prostitute and the Son of God.  What remained was a broken woman human groveling in the acidic guilt of promiscuity . . . and Jesus.  Wholeness and hollowness stood one on one. Half naked, the hours had been truncated with deception, discovery, detainment and deliberation.  Deep in an illicit sexual embrace, eyes were watching it all happen, peering past slightly parted curtains.  A door stood ajar.  Shooing away curious passer-byers, they collected visual evidence as to the unfolding offense under the guise of a righteous action while hiding the feeding of their own sensate passion by vicariously engaging in the heat of passion themselves.  The trap was sprung.  She was seized, a few loose garments were thrown around her naked body, heckles of debauchery were hurled at her and she was dragged away.  Her partner somehow vanished as his purpose was fulfilled. The religious leaders had now departed.  Jesus slowly stood.  His eyes, contemplative and soft, shifted from the marks scrawled in the dirt and were drawn across the empty courtyard.  It is painful that people condemn in others that which they cannot accept in themselves.  That somehow the act of condemning it in others supposedly frees them from that very same thing in themselves.  They had in some way proven themselves invincible to whatever they were confronting because they had identified it and confronted in it another.  In doing so, they somehow viewed themselves as insulated from that same thing. In the oddity of facing our own filth, judging is most often not a necessary action, but an action initiated out of the fear that those judging might themselves engage in such horrific actions.  Judging is too often a self-centered act designed to free the one judging from the belief that they will ever be consumed or controlled by that which they are judging.  The sense of love that one might possess for another human being had succumbed to the fear of what oneself might actually do and the narcissism of self-preservation that arises out of that fear.  It had all resulted in their judgment of this woman.  The rocks that littered the court yard yelled it loudly long after those who had dropped them had exited.   Jesus drew a slight breath, paused and then turned.  Before Him there now knelt a scathingly hollow human being.  Few turn to the profession of prostitution unless there is wounding emptiness.  There are few people in life who are so relentlessly hollow and hold such an unyielding self-hatred as those who ply her trade.  She had likely arrived at this moment in time hollow and empty; in desperate need of a touch, of some slight affirmation.  Receiving even a morsel of someone's heart and life might have been just enough to pull her up and out of the life that she lived.  Empathy instead of judgment; compassion instead of condemnation; love instead of legalism; someone who might look just a bit farther beyond the putrid exterior to see the wounded and bleeding person inside.  Men had used her, violating her for a few scant coins.  They saw her only as an object upon which to release their sexual tensions and live out their distorted fantasies.  They had been unwilling to see the person who died a little more after each illicit rendezvous.  They didn't care to see.  They had judged her too, but they judged her differently.  They had judged how she might be used by them and how the assets she possessed could be abducted in the vandalism of another human being. Then there was the disgust of other men that was thrown out in taunts and heckling as she made her way through tight streets.  Vendors refused to sell her goods.  Still other men wanted to stone her, to kill her; to rid the world of her without understanding why she was who she was.  All of them rendered their sordid judgments, each colored by their place of proximity and point of orientation to her life.  It was the very same thing I had done to Susan. Yet, here was a very different kind of man, the kind of man I would like to be.  His example prompts and prods me to grapple with my inadequacies rather than judging those in the lives of others.  His example convinces me that something human resides in even the most destitute of persons and that I must be diligent in seeking it out even when I can't see it.  I must do these things so that I might do the same as He did. Jesus had no need to judge.  He did not need to judge her to feel insulated against her atrocities.  He had no need to elevate Himself over her to feel safe from that which had destroyed her.  He was not concerned with advancing Himself or His interests at her expense.  He simply saw her humanity, He protected it, and then He allowed it to be released rather than condemned by the rendering some sort of self-serving judgment.  He stood in the breech and turned the condemnation away.  ”'Woman, where are they?  Has no one condemned you?'” (John 8:10), he said to her.  A life of condemnation was suddenly still and hauntingly absent; she was entirely free of the condemnation that had satiated her life and shackled her heart.  It was an odd and alien experience for her.  She was no longer suppressed by the judgments of others that were designed to elevate them.  She was not sacrificed out of the need of someone else to feel superior.  She was not used so that someone else was satisfied in the using.  She was freed to be different and to do different. Often God intervenes in ways that are outside of our realm of experience.  Often the very thing we need, we cannot conceptualize.  But it is these very things Jesus brings to us.  And in the perfect freedom of the moment that Jesus brings we find ourselves frozen.  She was frozen and unable to look up.  Her silence makes it clear.  This man had turned away the wrath that had followed her all her life.  The stones of judgment lay still in the dust.  Their voices had been muted and she had no idea what to do in a relationship where she would not be judged. Caught in the void, she attempted to somehow acclimate to what had happened.  She floundered in the freedom because freedom is the place where judgment is absent.  She was free to be who it is she truly was without the proclaimed judgments of others forcing her to remain who she was.  She stammered with the words forming in the midst of mental groping and said, “‘No one, sir'” (John 8:11, NIV).  It was just the two of them.  Face to face with this man; alone in the courtyard of her life.   Our Courtyards “‘Then neither do I condemn you.  Go now and leave your life of sin'” (John 8:11, NIV).  It is not about judgment or punishment.  There was no recitation of sins.  No lengthy exposé on the spiritual and psychological implications of sexual sin.  There was no need.  All that stuff was clear.  It was known.  Her choices were not the point of discourse for they were only the manifestation of pain, not the pain itself.  The lacerated core of this woman that had been heartlessly bludgeoned by so many others is what defined her.  Not the outward appearances as they are only a product of those wounds.  Not the manifestation of behaviors that are a part of all of that as well.  Not her acts of sexual promiscuity.  But the terrified and bloodied inner self that intentionally repulses all others at all costs so that wounded self will not incur further damage.  It's about refusing to judge as judgment only sentences others to that which we're judging them for.  Rather, we need to take a wholly different tact and attempt to see past the behavior to the person behind the behavior so that we can release them from the wounds that so bind them. Likewise, I have stood in many of my life's own courtyards.  There, in those places, inherent in me is the fundamental knowledge regarding my own nature and the manifest actions of that nature.  I often pretend that to not be the case, rummaging forward through the accumulated filth of my life pretending not to know the reason for its accumulation.  Playing dumb.  Feigning ignorance.  Judging others ruthlessly so that I think myself superior and insulated from being what they are, thereby escaping accountability and the possibility of their fate.  But I know.  I know full well. But, those that condemn me have departed.  The rightful punishment that I deserve is suspended.  Justice as I perceive it has been placated and postponed.  All that should be happening to me is not.  And in the absence of judgment is freedom.  God renders all judgment void because the cross consumes it all and renders it all as all gone.  The distractions, demands and declarations of the world as it rails against my sin is rendered silent.  Any judgments are unable to shackle me to my sin because all judgment has been suspended.  Everything that would give me pause to defend defenseless actions is absent for there is no judgment against which I must defend myself.  Every voice that would legitimately and rightly describe the repercussions of my behaviors have fallen silent.  Justice is suspended in silence.  And it is only God; my sin and God and the freedom to be different.   A Choice Freed from Judgment What was her choice after Jesus turned and left?   She stood there, aghast and in paralysis.  The sunrise would likewise dawn an entirely new day for her.  In the months and years ahead she would wash Jesus' feet with her tears.  She would attend to Him; push through the crowds that hailed Him and then condemned Him; follow Him through the pressing mobs and winding streets of Jerusalem to Golgotha.  She would endure the eternity that seemed those three and a half hours on the cross.  She would watch Him die, wait through that Saturday with angst indescribable, and be the first in all of time to see Him risen.  Her life would be radically new in ways incomprehensible to her, being wrenched out of the bed of prostitution and propelled to partnership with the Messiah.  All because Someone refused to bind her with His judgments and instead, sought her freedom.   The End Product The bus had rumbled up the long gravel road of the camp, dust and diesel leaving a path attesting to its journey.  The dust and diesel was now dissipating and thinning in a slight summer breeze.  Clusters of birds raised a cacophony of song in the dense foliage of the surrounding woods.  Golden sunshine rained from a generous sky of blue.  Hundreds of sunburnt campers with suitcases, duffle bags and rich memories gathered in clusters around a myriad of cars, busses and vans that inundated the parking lot.  In the departing mayhem there was a tug on my shoulder.  A transformed face greeted me.  This was not the girl that came off this same bus six days ago. Instantly I was in the grip of hug dripping with the love of a grateful heart.  Long and rich, the hug was one of life and living.  In the midst of the embrace, she whispered, “thanks so much.  I'll never be the same again.” Her bus rolled off down that driveway, leaving a trail of dust and diesel as it had when it had arrived.  On board was a miracle.  God had gotten to the core of her courtyard and suspended judgment.  There she seized the second chance.  And it changed her forever.   Pondering Point We judge based on externals.  It's easy that way.  There is no expenditure of energy attempting to ascertain that which we cannot see.  Seizing and evaluating the obvious is easy, convenient and simple.  It allows us to render rapid judgment and avoid encountering a life at the core of that life.  It's cheap living that is superficial and thin.  We do the same with ourselves.  We are distant from our own cores.  That however, is where Jesus meets us.  Here, at the core of our courtyards we are afforded two things.  Genuine repentance centered in the acknowledgment of our core, and then the chance to do something radically different; a wild departure into the fullness of life and the fullness of God.

Is It Just Me?
Top 5 Live TV FILTH!

Is It Just Me?

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 10:33


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Microphones & Monsters
Darkwell Chronicles: Into the Endless Flood (Part 7)

Microphones & Monsters

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2022 36:23


Can they get what is exposed in the Filth nucleus?Please go listen to Dungeons & Pop where Sean is DM's and plays on their TTRPG variety show podcast. Sean is playing Gabbi an original character from D&P's Adventurers With Attitude campaign. (https://twitter.com/DungeonsPop)Support us on Patreon and get ad free and bonus content (https://www.patreon.com/CreativeTypo)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PromoRoll Britannia (https://rollbritannia.co.uk)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CastAdam Culbertson as your Game MasterRichard Collins as AleisterMax Steele as Dr. Julian CottageSteven Sides as Victor StodgeSocial MediaTwitter @MicsAndMonsters (https://twitter.com/MicsAndMonsters)Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/microphones_and_monsters/)Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MicrophonesAndMonsters/)CastJunkie Discord Invite (https://discord.gg/KRgm7TA) come chat with us in #mics-and-monstersCreative Typo Discord Invite (https://discord.gg/Hv4N3qc6JM)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Music in this episode by Marco Mazzei at Fallen Highway Studios---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Microphones & Monsters is in no way affiliated with Wizards of The Coast or Petersen Games

The Sean Boyles Podcast
Filth and Flarn

The Sean Boyles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 69:26


Episode 129 This week I talk to ether, again. I recap my week, I show how dumb I am about Ukraine and Russia, I go into guest hosting for another show and the post show criticism, and how ridiculous Aftershock seems. Reaction of the Week and Earworm of the Week as always... The playlist for the Earworms is here- https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/earworm-of-the-week/pl.u-Zmblljli0Pr6GG Rate, Review and Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. send feedback, issues and/or complaints to sean_boyles@yahoo.com Thanks for sticking with me!! Be good, and Keep it Dirty!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sean-boyles/support

Jumping In An Elevator
Ep 52: Read to filth by a personality test

Jumping In An Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 48:46


[If you would like to become a patron head to my Patreon!]This week I'm going through my results from a personality test (16personalities.com) and the ultra fun slay part of it is that I got the personality type that fits a lot of villains in movies/tv. The sick and twisted part is that most of it actually resonates with me.....I also talk a bit about the new STAYC/nmixx drops and the latest Euphoria episode.

Dave Baker Presents Hot House Hours
Dave Baker Techno Sessions February 2022

Dave Baker Presents Hot House Hours

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 57:38


Dave Baker brings you the best in techno once again with 12 of the latest dark, deep and acid bangers. Website: https://www.djdavebaker.com/techno Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/djdavebaker 1. Cutting Corners (Original Mix) - Klaps [Codex Recordings] 2. House of Lords (Original Mix) - Bart Skils, Weska [Drumcode] 3. End of Time (Original Mix) - MedMan [Set About] 4. I'm a Freak (Original Mix) - Tom Wax, concious [Codex Recordings] 5. Deprogrammed (Original Mix) - Vily Vinilo [IAMT] 6. Cyberspace (Original Mix) - Space 92 [Filth on Acid] 7. Freight Train (Original Mix) - Omis [Unrilis] 8. Detox (Original Mix) - Anika Kunst [Symbolism] 9. Disaster Zone (Original Mix) - Dok & Martin [Filth on Acid] 10. Rolling Thunder (Original Mix) - Psycho Boys Club [mau5trap] 11. Hydra (Original Mix) - Anela [Orange Recordings] 12. Empty Space feat. Luz (Original Mix) - Ghost Dance [mau5trap]

Draw The Line Radio Show
#192 Draw The Line Radio Show 18-02-2022 with guest mix 2nd hr by Armina

Draw The Line Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2022 120:00


This is Draw The Line Radio Show with Jacki-e, presenting the best music from female producers and DJs. Helping me Draw The Line this week it's Armina, a DJ / Producer from Wroclaw in Poland. Five years ago she worked as an international model and was a Face of Chevrolet. Since then she's DJ'd in many countries worldwide, bringing sets filled with elegance, boundless passion and emotion. Her sound is a powerful combination of Progressive House and Melodic Techno. Her latest EP, “Genesis” was released by Mir Music in February 2022. Links for Armina:- Website:- https://preview.mailerlite.com/r1v2v Soundcloud- https://soundcloud.com/arminadj Facebook:- https://www.facebook.com/djlanageller/ You Tube:- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnTiSb6wGMzuxZpkpyC6yfQ?view_as=subscriber Instagram:- https://www.instagram.com/armina.dj/ In my mix in the first hour I'm playing tracks by Joyce Muniz, Just Her, Erika Krall, Monki, Zaria and lots more. If you like the tracks we play, please support the artists by buying their music. It's time to say NO to gender imbalance in dance music. It's time to Draw The Line!! Draw The Line Radio Show is produced for radio by Sergio Erridge and is A Darker Wave production. Track list 1st hour mixed by Jacki-E:- 1. Erika Krall – Losing Myself (original mix) Trip & Dream. 2. Just Her – Love Will Save Us (extended mix) Anjunadeep. 3. The Kid Inside – Angels ft Pippa Day (Somnium remix) DeepDownDirty. 4. Sophie Barker – Don't Give It Away (Ali Bakhtiar remix) DeepDownDirty. 5. Lina Engstrom, IndianSoul – Meeting of Minds (original mix) Joyride Music. 6. Erika Krall, Lian Gold – Burning (Night Visions mix) Tech Warriors. 7. Ntsha, Black Chapel – Stargate 7 (original ,mix) Krafted Underground. 8. Ilona Maras, Darko de Jan – Lost in Amazonia (original mix) Filth on Acid. 9. Giorgia Angiuli – Because I Like It (Sam Shure remix) Stil vor Talent. 10. Joyce Muniz – Give me the Taste ft Kim Anh (original mix) Gigolo Records. 11. Just Her – The Mirror (original mix) Anjunadeep. 12. 8Kays, Lazarusman – Repect Me (original mix) Eleatics Records. 13. Erika Krall, Lian Gold – Money, Money (original mix) Tech Warriors. 14. 11 Unicorns – Say What (original mix) 11 Unicorns Music. 15. Miss Mad, Sam Skillz – Casablanca (original mix) GaGa Records. 16. Zaria – Impact (Emanate remix) Miloi Music. 17. Monki – Fllipside (original mix) Pets Recordings. 18. Rosie Kate – Orbit (Acid Journey mix) Medium Rare Recordings promo to be released 24th February 2022) 2nd hour Armina– An exclusive guest mix for Draw The Line Radio Show. 1. 60:00 Rufus du Sol - Alive (Solomun remix) Rose Avenue Records. 2. 67:40 Lana Geller - Subliminal Message (original mix) Rezongar Music. 3. 71:55 Sartorian, Mila Journee, Animum - Lit the Sky ft. Tullio Zarpao (original mix) Mia Mendi Music. 4. 76:03 Lunar Plane – Sultan (original mix) Stil vor Talent. 5. 81:45 Brigado Crew, Crisstano – FM (original mix) Mia Mendi Music. 6. 86:50 Miss Monique - Loona (original mix) Siona Records. 7. 92:00 Cristoph, Franky Wah, Artche - The World You See (original mix) Pryda Presents. 8. 97:01 Space Motion, Stylo - Dreamers (original mix) Space Motion Records. 9. 101:35 Booka Shade, Kaktus Einarsson, - Perfect in a Way (Ben Buhmer remix) Blaufield Music. 10. 105:30 D-Nox, Uone, Western - Never (Paul Anthonee remix) Movement Recordings. 11. 110:37 Tomy Wahl - Tegel (Two Are remix) Rezongar Music. 12. 114:54 Jam Rumi – Stranded (original mix) Area Verde.

Wheeler In The Morning With Dave And Candace Rae

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Riot Act
182 - Deluxe Editions of Classic Albums (Part 1)

Riot Act

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 109:05


Welcome to another episode of Riot Act, where Steve and Remfry have had a slightly quieter week than the uncharacteristically busy start to the year that 2022 has thus far brought.  Still, there's been plenty going on, with one of the most talked about Super Bowl halftime shows ever from Dr Dre and Co., Ed Sheeran and Cradle of Filth discussing their odd but inevitable collaboration, a surprise pair of Nine Inch Nails shows being announced in the UK and Remfry going out to Dapper Laughs' (yes really) old stomping ground of the Clapham Grand to see Frank Turner. Turner's latest album, which could well be number one in the UK album charts this weekend, and the new record from And So I Watch You From Afar are also discussed. Plus we look at a pair of deluxe re-releases from a pair of classic records that actually prove to be far more than just a cynical cash in, courtesy of Jimmy Eat World's Bleed American and Therapy?'s Infernal Love. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

Vargtimmen
2021

Vargtimmen

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2022 78:39


Året i bildVi summerar skräckåret 2021 genom att, som traditionen bjuder, utse årets det ena och årets det andra. Nytt är att slumpen styr oss genom ett manus som blivit uppklippt i bortåt sextio tunna pappersremsor - fram till det till synes ödesbestämda slutet. Kusligt, tycker vi. Tomas ställer upp sitt huvudbry inför James Wans senaste ansträngning i tre led - utan att lyckas få klart för sig om filmen är gjord på allvar eller inte - och Lars får fantomsmärtor av våldsskildringarna i den pågående litterära slashertrenden. Vi pratar också om: Red Screening, The Last Matinee, Cassandra Khaw, Nothing but Blackened Teeth, V Castro, Goddess of Filth, Mestiza Blood, Spår, Creepypodden, Ramsey Campbell, The Parasite, Mats Strandberg, Konferensen, Grady Hendrix, The Final Girl Support Group, Richard Chizmar, Chasing the Boogeyman, Stephen Graham Jones, My Heart Is a Chainsaw, John Ajvide Lindqvist, Vänligheten, Karin och Abel, Johannes Pinter, Karmakoma, Fredrik P Winter, Olycksfåglar, Vikarien, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Candyman, The Night House, David Buckner, The Ritual, Hellraiser, The Power, Corinna Faith, Sara Bergmark Elfgren, Grim, Grävlingen, Things Heard & Seen, All Things Cease to Appear, Elizabeth Brundage, Emanuel Swedenborg, Skräcken på Wakenhyrst, Scream, There's Someone Inside Your House, Patick Brice, Creep, Wes Craven, V/H/S 94, Timo Tjahjanto, Macabre, May the Devil Take You, Halloween Kills, David Gordon Green, Danny McBride, Vicious Fun, Horror in the High Desert, Lamb, Noomi Rapace, Wrong Turn, Censor, Squid Game, Don Coscarelli, Psycho Goreman, Steven Kostanski, The Void, The Advent Calender, Antlers, Scott Cooper, Crazyheart, Out of the Furnace, Black Mass, The Vigil, Midnight in Paris, Last Night in Soho, Edgar Wright, Shaun of the Dead, Legatum: arvet, Johan Sehlstedt, Quentin Tarantino, I död och lust, The Trip, I onde dager, Tommy Wirkola, Död snö, Old, M. Night. Shyamalan, Gustaf Hammarsten, No One Gets Out Alive, Adam Neville, His House, The Feast, Anders Fager, Ingemar Fredmans epistlar, Caveat, Possum, Malignant, Black Mirror, Come True, Hellbound, The Silent Sea, Mike Flanagan, Midnight Mass, Salems Lot, Tre kronor, The sacrament, Brand New Cherry Flavour, Catherine Keener, Get Out, Willys Wonderland, Nicholas Cage, Titane, Julia Ducournau, Raw, A Quiet Place II, Sator, Blood Red Sky, Fried Barry, In the Earth, Ben Wheatley, Killist, A Field in England, For the Sake of Vicious, Don´t Breathe 2, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Surge, Ben Whishaw, Slaxx, Fear Street, Saint Maud och självklart lite om Skräckkokboken, men inte nödvändigtvis i den ordningen. Icke-Patreon-lyssnare missar hälften, men det är billigt att inte göra sig den olyckan. Nostalgi, löst tyckande och akademisk analys.

Rewine & Recap
MAFS S14 Ep. 5: I See Why Y'all Was Single

Rewine & Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 144:54


Last week's episode of MAFS showed us exactly why the cast members was single before all this because chile…*New York temple rub*. This week, the couples have began having some friction in and even outside their marriage (talking about you Isaac & Lindsey) and how they're navigating their deeper feelings for one another. We dive deeper into Noi's push for Steve to be in love faster, Jasmina and Michael's TERRIBLE communication, Lindsey being read to FILTH by Katina and her big blow up with Mark, Isaac's controlling tendencies making an appearance, and how Alyssa can go to hell. ________ Wine/Cocktail of the Night Princess: Sparkling Wine x Cook's w/ Cran-Pineapple Juice Cece: Chardonnay X Oak Leaf ________ Tweet of the Week “Alyssa talking about what Chris looks like with his shirt off but question is have you seen yourself?!?” @ICanOnlyBeChino “Jasmina is overthinking about her man being an overthinker.” @moonchild991234 “Olajuwon needs to calm his puss all the way down. You are not that interesting sir!” @Vee1313 “Michael lemme make an appointment for you to talk to the lady.” @Jeannineisms_ ________ Chat with us on social media! Cece: Twitter: _jadorececexo Instagram: _jadorececexo Princess: Twitter: @princess_vogue Instagram: @purelypicturesque

Sadist Filth
THE OTHER HELL - SADIST FILTH - 045

Sadist Filth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 67:14


THE OTHER HELL (1981) - James and Lee return from their super confusing trip to the nunvent. Join them as they try to solve the supernatural mystery that is driving the sisters mad and making owls fly in super slow motion. - If nothing else, they learn there's a worse place than regular hell... - - Facebook: facebook.com/SadFilth/ Twitter: @Sadist_Filth

Ramblings Of Mister Smith
Ep - 92 Filths bag of dicks

Ramblings Of Mister Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 17:30


Filth comes to have a chat about her new poly dynamic that's come about as well as her newly acquired bag of dicks.

Name Is Critical
Episode 40: Name Is Critical - To The Cosmos 40 - LSR

Name Is Critical

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 119:59


Name Is Critical - To The Cosmos 40 - LSR1: Fabrication - Before We Know Light (Original Mix) - Recovery Collective2: Matt Lange - Rift (Alex ORion Extended Mix)  - Anjunabeats 3: Stylo, Space Motion (Original Mix) - Space Motion Records 4: Cristoph & Yotto feat. Sansa - Out Of Reach (Club Mix) - Pryda 5: Dokho - The Journey (Original Mix) - Anjunabeats 6: Eric Prydz pres. Tonja Holma - All Night (Original Mix) - Pryda7: Alison Wonderland & Valentino Khan - Anything (Malaa Remix) 8: Qubiko, Denis Ago - Ophelia (Original Mix) - Mad Decent9: Leftwing & Kody - If You Wanna (Original Mix) - Toolroom10: Ewan McVicar - Tell Me Something Good (Original Mix) - Trick11: Block & Crown - Boy Is Bangin (Original Mix) - Let's Play Music12 : Don't Blink - 808 (Original Mix) - Sterohype 13: The Disco Boys feat. Manfred Mann's Earth Band - For You (El ProfesorExtended Remix) - Kontor Records14: Thumpasaurus - Space Barn (Lord Leopard Re decoration) - Edible 15: Solardo & Wade - Get Your Money (Extended Mix) - Sola16: DJ Kuba & Neitan x Skytech - Dancing (Extended Mix) -  Spinnin Records  17: HI-LO & Will Clarke - Check (Extended Mix) - Filth on Acid 18: Wax Motif - Wet (Original Mix) - Mad Decent 19: Ranger Trucco - Horoscopes And Marijuana (Extended Mix) -  Sink or Swim 20: Matroda, Bleu Clair - Disco Tool (Original Mix) - Matroda & Bleu Clair 21: Dom Dolla - Pump the Brakes (Extended Mix) - Sweat It Out 22: Volac feat. PVC - Lose Control (Extended Mix) - Spinnin Records  23: Jodie Harsh - My House (10 Years Of Eats Everything Main Street ExtendedMix) - Warner Records  24: Moguai - Aciiid (Kryder x Benny Benassi Extended Remix) - Spinnin Records  25: Tiga and Zyntherius - Sunglasses at Night (Dense and Pika Remix) - Turbo Recordings  26: HOF - Dark Passenger (Original Mix) - Fe Chrome27: Space 92 - Populate Mars (Original Mix) -  Filth on Acid28: Space 92 - Phobos (Original Mix) - Perfekt Groove29: HI-LO x T78 - Hades (Original Mix) -  Filth on Acid  30: Überdruck - Drugface (Original Mix) - Pulsive Podcast - http://nameiscritical.podomatic.comhttps://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/name-is-critical/id972360965?mt=2Mixcloud -http://www.mixcloud.com/TranceTechnologyPodcast/ http://www.mixcloud.com/NameIsCritical/Facebook-Trance Technology -http://www.facebook.com/groups/170457666300769/Name Is Critical -https://www.facebook.com/nameiscritical Cheers

Unreal Podcast Series
frecuencias17

Unreal Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 54:55


1 Teardrop (Mees Salomé's Filth on Acid Remix) Massive Attack - Mees Salomé 2 Tuesday Maybe Way Out West 3 Fireblade Edu Imbernon, Henry Saiz 4 Hybrid Society (Original Mix) Matthias Meyer, Budakid 5 Lava (Original Mix) Sebastien Leger 6 Healer (Guy J Extended Mix) Marsh 8 7 A Grain of Sand (Original Mix) East Cafe 8 Kenkyo (Kamilo Sanclemente Remix) SALAZAR (COL) 9 Levels Subnode 10 All The Little Things Aaryon

The Restoring Liberty podcast with Stephen R. Christiansen (Steve Christiansen)
Episode 45 - Nov. 27, 2021 - Major Headlines; Pornography and Filth in Utah School Libraries

The Restoring Liberty podcast with Stephen R. Christiansen (Steve Christiansen)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 69:50


Major Headlines COVID-19 (new variant; more research supporting strong natural immunity; Merck's new pill vs. Ivermectin) Incident in Wisconsin (racially motivated, terrorist attack) Kyle Rittenhouse (media misinformation) $1.7T Spending Plan (highly question provisions) Economy (jobless claims-good news; impact of inflation on government spending) November 2020 Election (AG's afraid to sign on to Mike Lindell's complaint before the U.S. Supreme Court) Kamala Harris (first woman to serve as temporary president) Russian threat to Ukraine Latest Rasmussen polls (Trump vs. Biden; Biased coverage of Rittenhouse case; Biden's favorability rating, and comparison to Trump) Pornography and Filth in Utah School Libraries The need for morality and virtue in America Pornographic, hyper-sexualized, filthy books being found on shelves of Utah public schools and readily available for consumption by our minor children Calls to action

The Chris Top Program
Thanksgiving

The Chris Top Program

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 3:59


"We are taking heavy fire! I repeat we are taking heavy fire! I need a medic over here now! Keep your head down, son, unless you want to lose it. Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes, men," I said in my best authoritative voice. My mind tends to get pretty noisy whenever bombers, tanks, and machine guns are involved. "Chris, stop picking at the turkey," my mother demanded before kicking me out of the kitchen and sending me outside. There's no telling what time she got up this morning, but she's been in there all day cooking for what looks like an army. Don't get me wrong, she prepares giant meals pretty much every day, but on Thanksgiving, things get crazy. By the looks of it, we invited everyone on Bend Road. "You better not be getting dirty, Christopher," I hear through the screen door as my knees embed into the soil beneath our oak. "Yes, ma'am," is my effort to avoid a lie and not tell the truth at the same time. Mom means business because she used my entire first name. Whenever she uses my first, middle, and last name, it means I'm already busted, and there will be consequences. It's wise to avoid those scenarios. "RAT-A-TAT-A-TAT-A-TATAT! These bullets are flying everywhere. Quick! Take cover," were the last words some of my small green militia heard before meeting their maker. Once we finish burying those poor devils, the remaining troops will have to complete the fort. By now, I'm second-guessing the decision to wear my Sunday clothes outside to play before the celebration. Filth works its way deep under my fingernails as I lay flat on my stomach, digging six-inch graves. Earlier I was standing by Mom as she cracked the oven to check on her stuffing. The smell escaped filling the room with the sweet aroma of a day that only comes around once a year. Mashed potatoes are my favorite, especially covered in her giblet gravy. I don't even know where to begin with all of the deserts. She makes a squash pie I'm not a giant fan of, but her coconut cake is enchanting. We'll have days of leftovers after the event, and that's fine by me. "Sir, it would seem as though the enemy has blown up the dam. In a few seconds, the fort will be underwater," screams out my imaginary lieutenant. Before most of the men can make a run for it, I tip over my five-gallon bucket of water onto the frantic soldiers. Many ride the current to safety, but some meet an early demise caught between giant logs from unfinished structures. Alas, my heroic attempt to save a few of these battle-worn fighters was in vain. Mom's number one rule at Thanksgiving is that guests aren't allowed to take food home. This rule suites me, but she invites everyone to come back the next day for more, and they do. By the fourth day, all that's left is turkey and cranberry sauce. There's nothing like a good turkey sandwich with a bit of Velveeta squished between white bread. I'm pretty sure everyone ends up at my house because Mama is the best cook in Salem. "KABOOM!" The leftover firecracker I'd buried in the muck explodes, sending my lime-colored squadron flying. Specks of mud are all up and down my arm and cover my face like chickenpox. It's a good thing I wear glasses because that could have put an eye out. By the time the smoke clears, all that's left are the mangled remains of my warriors. Bowing my head, I say an earnest prayer for the brave who have fallen on this holiday. Speaking of prayer, if I don't make it inside soon to clean up, I'll be needing plenty of help from Baby Jesus. The house is full of people, but I may be able to sneak past to grab some fresh clothes. Everyone is either watching television or helping Mom finish up, so it should be a cinch. Before I even manage to get one foot in the door, I hear, "Christopher Ray Sherron." I should have stayed on the battlefield.

The BroadCast Podcast
Unique Brand of Feminine Filth

The BroadCast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 44:10


Ricky and Emma kick off the episode by breaking down Emma's experience being called a "loser!" by a bunch of school children while walking her dog. The Broads then catch each other up on all things broken grills, vacations, dog incontinence and SiriusXM satellite radio in this week's edition of The BroadCap. Rick and Emma then wrap the show by reading and responding to some detailed listener questions in the return of everyone's favorite segment "Q & Broads." Our sponsor today is Better Help. Get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at BetterHelp.com/BROADCAST Today's episode is also sponsored by Manscaped. Get 20% off + free shipping at manscaped.com with the code BROADS   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mick and the PhatMan Talking Music
The Sex Pistols story. "Ever get the feeling you've been cheated?"

Mick and the PhatMan Talking Music

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 63:33


In mid-70's London, the Sex Pistols released their first and only album, "Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols".After the controversy, the legal battles, and the arguments, we're left with one of the best rock-n-roll albums ever.  Mick and the Phatman talk about the band, where they came from, and why the album is so great.References: Uluru, Red Sands Motel, Mr Mercedes, Chrissie Hynde, "I Shall Be Released", Santana, "Blessings and Miracles", Stevie Winwood, John Lydon, Johnny Rotten, Public Image Ltd, Glen Matlock, Sid Vicious, Bill Grundy, Julien Temple, "The Filth and the Fury",  Richard Branson, Malcolm McLaren, Jamie Reid, Graham Chapman Bob Dylan 30th AnniversaryNever Mind the BollocksBlessings and MiraclesBook:  "Anger is an Energy", John LydonContact UsIf you enjoy this podcast, share it with a friend who loves music. Or leave us a review and a rating (5-star?) to help our audience grow.  What do you think of the podcast? What would you like us to talk about? Ask questions, or even let us know if we got something wrong!! Follow us on Facebook Follow us  on Instagram Email us at: mickandthephatman@gmail.com

The Mage's Well
Tlazolteotl - The Filth Goddess

The Mage's Well

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 26:40


Hey Mage's, So slight delay with season three but it's going to be fiiiiiiiiire when it lands, in the meantime though I thought I'd look into the Aztec goddess of filth and lust - Tlazolteotl. A deeply complex and enigmatic goddess but when we strip away colonialist and catholic thinking what lies beneath with this Pre-Columbian goddess? Tune in to find out!The episode artwork is by @KuyuthaThe music this week is by Ǥariniøss: Artesanías musicalesCheck out my shop where I stock witchy wares to deepen your craft.Please leave a review if you've enjoyed the show.If you wish to support the show and/or join my sugar pot spell click here. You can also follow me on Instagram.Thanks!Michael Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/themageswell. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.