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5...4...3...2...fun!!

dear xanga, i went to the indie pop show last night and i’m wondering if there are any other communities within diy where bands still play diy shows together over decades. maybe within hardcore? but as folks get older it seems like they mostly either stop playing or they become more successful… but with indie pop neither of these things really happen ha. like, can you imagine the egg punks still doing their thing in 2050?? hard to imagine. i mean, maybe, but like hmmmm. as far as the different scenes within diy go, indie pop and hardcore are the most insular, maybe? obviously i’m pretty ignorant of the nuance within hardcore, so maybe i’m thinking too broadly. like, indie pop just fits within diy pop generally. and there is often overlap with other diy music. and maybe insular is the wrong word here cause it has a negative conotation. cohesive, maybe? i don’t know. consistent? whatever it is i think it’s interesting i guess.afterthought: oh wait, anti-folk feels like that too. and like scenes built around record labels. and regional scenes that aren’t genre specific. maybe i just need to sit on this for a bit. but i still think indie pop is an interesting case study.anyway, new radio show time. we’re on kcsb 91.9fm in santa barbara and kcsb.org on saturdays at 11pm for the summer. new day new time same old show.DOWNLOAD RECORDINGsubscribe to the podcast here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/5432fun00:00 (intro by omar)00:20 THICK “Green Eyes” THICK03:27 Jack Lesser Lewis’ Awkward Energy “Forgotten Song” Lvov In The Streets07:50 Sonny & The Sunsets “Ghost Days” Hairdressers From Heaven10:38 Palehound “Aaron” Black Friday14:11 CONDITIONER DISCO GROUP “Over Documented” CDGLP16:56 Matt Tobey “Pin Me Down” Matt Tobey19:54 Drowse “Arrow” Light Mirror22:11 Naps “to give” better to give27:31 Wizard Apprentice “Gloves are Off” Dig A Pit31:27 Foodman “Colosseum” ODOODO34:10 Brutal Poodle “Charlene” Long Time No See37:21 Erik Nervous & The Beta Blockers “Make Up To Break Up” LP40:45 Sports Coach “Cosmic Queries” Sports Spirits42:12 HAUNTED HORSES “Cypress” Severed Circle45:20 Truth Club “Path Render” Not An Exit48:17 Whitney Ballen “pretend bigger things” pretend songs49:53 Giveaway “Noise” LIVE!52:22 Erasers “River of Sorrow” Forecast

Ken Steele's Podcast Worldwide
Episode 1100: Take Me Far Away (New Lo-Fi Music)

Ken Steele's Podcast Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 67:27


Take Me Far Away is a new lo-fi music podcast by Ken Steele. Relaxing music to take your mind on a peaceful journey. Please give this a listen. Artist names and song titles are in order of play...TIBEAUTHETRAVELER-GOODNIGHT, EAUP and EPONA-SEASHELLS, LAWRENCE WALTHER-TENDER, WYS-SIMPLE DREAMS, CHAU SARA-DEEP DIVE, PURRPLE CAT-SLEEPLESS, FOURWALLS and UMBRIEL-TALKED IN A DREAM, CHAU SARA-FRIDAY, HOFFY BEATS and ENLUV-LEAVING EARTH, SOFTY and YASUMU-SINCE THAT NIGHT, DONTCRY and NOKIAA-BECAME, HM SURF-SLEEPY MELLY, LESKY and WAYWELL-LUCID NIGHT, MONDO LOOPS and I'OUTLANDER-MORNING DEW, NO SPIRIT-CHOOSING YOU, TEAM ASTRO-LAST CALL, BCALM and BANKS-COZY, KASPA and PIOTR WIESE-BALTIC SEA CRUISE, LOAFY BUILDING and AMESS-LITTLEWOOD, DIIOLME and I'OUTLANDER-ARIZONA NIGHT, CASIIO and DONTCRY-SLEEPING IN, HM SURF-FANCY BREW, SLEEPERMANE and SLING DILLY-HUE, JHOVE and CXLT-TAKE ME FAR AWAY, NO ONES PERFECT-CERES CALLS, KINISSUE and REDMATIC-SERENITY, rain and thunder sounds as the ending. Thanks for listening from Ken Steele.

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast
"What is Letters of the Lofi Poli Sci?"

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 5:45


Today's Topic: A refresher for those who know, and an introduction to those that do not, on what is 'Letters of the Lofi Poli Sci.' Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the “we”, that we be. Episode Link: https://youtu.be/rDPVolbjD4c Episode 79 Season 5 (series 495) Official Website: www.lofipolisci.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LofiPoliSciPodcast LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #lofiGlobalNews #alwaysHope #podcast #lofipoliscipodcast #Top10 #GoodNewsFriday #PickeringUnplugged #LettersOfTheLofiPoliSci

MSYH.FM
Phonk in Da Trunk | Episode 23 with DJ Yamez

MSYH.FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 39:31


Phonk In Da Trunk incorporates multiple musical elements with genres rooted in Deep 808 Bass, Jazz, and Lo-Fi. Prepare for a journey that creates a futuristic atmosphere with a heavy influence in Memphis Texas sound. ---------- Follow DJ Yamez ◊ Twitter: https://twitter.com/djyamez ◊ Instagram: https://instagram.com/djyamez ◊ Facebook: https://facebook.com/Dj-Yamez-188105004574953 ---------- Follow MSYH.FM » https://MSYHdotFM » https://twitter.com/MSYHdotFM » https://instagram.com/MSYHdotFM » https://facebook.com/MSYHdotFM » https://soundcloud.com/MSYHdotFM ---------- Follow Make Sure You Have Fun™ ∞ https://MakeSureYouHaveFun.com ∞ https://twitter.com/MakeSureYouHave ∞ https://instagram.com/MakeSureYouHaveFun ∞ https://facebook.com/MakeSureYouHaveFun

LazyMiu ASMR
台灣ASMR | 刷刷耳麥 | LO-FI | Earphone Mic Scratching | NO Talking

LazyMiu ASMR

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 15:07


小額贊助支持本節目: https://pay.firstory.me/user/ckobm0jwi48j40828ygkglaee 留言告訴我你對這一集的想法: https://open.firstory.me/user/ckobm0jwi48j40828ygkglaee/comments 請使用耳機感受度較佳

Jughead's Basement
Episode 128: Episode 128: Larry Livermore, John Jughead, Mass Giorgini, and Dan Vapid on LoFi Interviews with HiFi Guests

Jughead's Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 112:41


Episode 128: Larry Livermore, John Jughead, Mass Giorgini, & Dan Vapid, four friends talk about their lives apart and together including such topics as First Meetings, Don Quixote TED Talks, Counter Culture/Sub Culture/Punks/Hippies, Heavy Metal & Punk Ethos Talk, Betrayals, Forgiveness, & Never Forgetting, What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Old, Plus Much Much Gabby Gabby More More.www.jugheadsbasementpodcast.com

Confie-nous tout avec Jean Fromageau
Confie-nous tout avec Jean Fromageau : Kofi Ramsing

Confie-nous tout avec Jean Fromageau

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 26:02


Confie-nous tout c'est toujours la même recette : on passe 25-30min ensemble pour parler d'un album, artiste, plaisir coupable, bande originale, compilation, p'tite vanne et sourires tous les matins aussi en streaming sur Twitch & Facebook ! 9h30 sur Tsugi Radio et avec Groover  Aujourd'hui, Kofi Ramsing ⛳ Découverte de fin : ROSS248

nathanjames
LoFi Barfly Ep 214 [ PUT THE PASTA LIVE + Hurty Arm + Paperclips In Focus + The Man In The Park + Sports Round Up ]#nathanjam.es #baseFM June 26 2K22

nathanjames

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 114:06


Random but well good. My phone tells me to PUT THE PASTA LIVE, I have a hurty arm, Pete's Paperclips In Focus goes on a bit, we talk about the man in the park, Clunge wins something in sports round up and there are various moment of un-professionalism. Blinding. Music offa Logic, Post Malone, Russ, Cleo Sol, Ocean Wisdom, mike. & Skeez, Aitch & Bakar, Biggie, Arz, Little Sims, Hashfinger, FKA Twigs, Coops, Rejjie Snow & LOADS MORE. Dr Mintos.

Ken Steele's Podcast Worldwide
Episode 1099: It's Getting Late (New Lo-Fi Music)

Ken Steele's Podcast Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 65:21


It's Getting Late is a new Lo-Fi music podcast by Ken Steele. Please check out this relaxing mellow music. Great for meditating. Artist names and song titles are in order of play...CHAU SARA-VOTALIYA, SLING DILLY-LASTING, CASIIO-DIASCIA, AYZIC and LENNY LOOPS-NEW PATHS, CHAU SARA-FLYING DOODLES, SLEEPERMANE-RAINDANCE, NO SPIRIT-THROUGH THE CLOUDS, TIBEAUTHETRAVELER-SENTIENCE, SOFTY and B SIDE-PETRICHOR, CASIIO-MIDNIGHT GLOW, AMIES-IT'S GETTING LATE, G MILLS and MTCH-EVENTIDE, BRILLION-STARDUST, LILAC-PAPER MOON, EPEKTASE and STRATEGA-PASSING BY, TRXXSHED-AFLOAT, PURRPLE CAT-PILLARS OF CREATION, ORNITHOLOGY-NOCTURNAL, KRYNOZE-SERENADE, FOURWALLS-MY ADVENTURE, NO SPIRIT-ASTRAL, KANISAN and QUIST-AMBER, AMIS and CXLT-AWAKEN, KASPA-DRIFT AWAY, STREAM ERROR-QUIET AS THE MOON, Rain and thunder as the ending. Thanks for listening from, Ken Steele. 

Dragons Are Real
112: 2400 Lo-Fi Sci-Fi RPG

Dragons Are Real

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 9:25


2400 is a plug-and-play toolkit. It's not just one RPG, but a series of self-contained modules, easy to slot in or ignore entirely. Each one is 3 pages plus a cover, fitting on two sides of a letter-sized sheet of paper. 2400: https://jasontocci.itch.io/2400 24xx SRD: https://jasontocci.itch.io/24xx Breathless Jam: https://itch.io/jam/breathless-jam/entries Cargo: https://dragonsarereal.itch.io/cargo The Hidden: https://dragonsarereal.itch.io/the-hidden Purple Worm Podcast: https://anchor.fm/purple-worm * * * Website: https://petejones.neocities.org/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbgypAEDiIAVeWdj_qZombQ Itch: https://dragonsarereal.itch.io/ Blog: https://dragonsareral.substack.com/ Email: dragonsarerealpodcast@proton.me OSR Anchorites on Audio Dungeon Discord Server: https://discord.gg/VpRjr3A Music: Townsong by Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com) Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

LoFiTop5
LoFi Top 5 - 95 - The Dad's in Movies Episode

LoFiTop5

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 49:50


Whether it's Pops, Padre, Daddio or Dad (but not Father, ammirite!) last weekend was the time to celebrate all things Dad. So much so that the LoFi boys were out in the world being celebrated. But worry not, while gone they were thinking of all the Cinema-Dads out there and trying to comb through which would be the best. From ballroom dancing to deep-sea swimming, all these movie Dads have a particular set of skills that are sure to leave you feeling the love. So throw on your cargo shorts, lace up those New balances and grab a cold one for the Dad's in movie episode!

The Remix
Lo Fi Magic "It's All About You"

The Remix

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 228:00


Join Us Ms.Blue"The Oracle" & Bro Balah  and The Remix Family (The Remix Radio) Planet Remix International Radio Show Is  ✨Magical

Emlyn In The Mix Podcast
S3 - EP25: AKAI drops MPC Key 61, New software from Softube, Arturia, Baby Audio, Korg deals & more...

Emlyn In The Mix Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 39:04


UK Drill - Intro Bundle 2022: https://bit.ly/3QXia4iNI Summer of Sound 2022 deals: https://bit.ly/3mffOPUShow your support for the Podcast and Shout me a Coffee!!https://buymeacoffee.com/emlyninthemixPLEASE LEAVE ME A REVIEW on THIS PODCAST!! 5 STARS BABY!!!I just set up an email to contact me on the Podcast!! - emlyninthemix@gmail.comP.S I love you

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.06.22 Round Trip to Kazakhstan with Dunia Aljawad

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 126:12


As broadcast June 22, 2022 with plenty of extra kuldak to sate your appetite.  Tonight we head to Kazakhstan with the fabulous Dunia Aljawad for our 77th Round Trip Wednesday.  The Crossroads of Asia, the middle of the famed Silk Road has seen it all over the millenia, and it's cultural diversity is certainly reflected in its fantastic music influenced by all the cultures surrounding it along with those further afield.  From old school greats like Shamshi Kaldayakov to newer budding artists like dudeontheguitar or Dana Tunes, there's more than a lot to like on this week's global jaunt.#feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)Borat – Kazakhstan National AnthemSon Pascal – Altyn NightMarhaba Sabi – Qoi,kursinbeDARICORN – TemperaturaStephanskiy x Imanbek – Smoke It UpDarkhan Juzz – BylygypYenlik – BiplPart II (30:03)Moldanazar – AlystanaDos Mukasan feat Murat Kusainov – Sulu Kyizdudeontheguitar – baqplanettu – VdochJeltoksan feat dudeontheguitar & mountflower – Chill ChillQonyratbay Fam – BaribirTaspay – Orlana Qashqyn Part III (61:12)Dana Tunes – Mende Bar ArmanZhanar Dugalova - Izin korem (I see traces) Shamshi Kaldayakov - Дүнген қызы (The daughter of Dungan) dudeontheguitar – Boiy BolganImanbek x Rita Ora - Bang BangAsiya Ospanova – MSQ Part IV (93:37)Ulytau – AdaiQonyratbay Fam – Beker EmesZiruza - Айт ендi (Tell me now)Asiya - BezoruzhenLee Hyo Ri 이효리 – 미쳐 crazyBoA - Better 

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast
"Lo-Fi Global: Japan, Colombia, France, El Salvador, First Woman/NASA"

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 8:00


Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the “we”, that we be. Episode Link: https://youtu.be/yYImoNMZ1SI Episode 73 Season 5 (series 489) Official Website: www.lofipolisci.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LofiPoliSciPodcast LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #lofiGlobalNews #alwaysHope #podcast #lofipoliscipodcast #Top10 #GoodNewsFriday #PickeringUnplugged #LettersOfTheLofiPoliSci #Japan #Colombia #France #ElSalvador #FirstWoman #NASA

Jughead's Basement
Episode 127: Episode 127: Victor DeLorenzo of Violent Femmes, Nineteen Thirteen, & Night Crickets on LoFi Interviews with HiFi Guests

Jughead's Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 83:53


Episode 127: Victor DeLorenzo of Violent Femmes, Nineteen Thirteen, and Night Crickets talks to us about Orson Welles, Reinvigorated sparks of creativity in aging musicians, Theater and how it affected The Violent Femmes, Busking and Intimacy, Opening for The Ramones, The Night Crickets with David J and Darwin Meiners, Dinner with Willem Dafoe, Nineteen Thirteen and loop pedals, plus much much De much Lorenzo more!​Nineteen Thirteen (Victors current band)

5...4...3...2...fun!!

dear livejournal, wow i still have a lingering covid cough. and chest congestion. i got an expectorant so you should be …expecting… some juicy phlegm coming up and at you real soon. anyone want some? i’ll put it in a little jar for you. give the jar of my phlegm a name like flossy or miranda or jynx. take it to dinner sometimes - it likes sauerkraut and blue cheese and tempeh and other bacterial foods. you can keep it on your bed side table. kiss it goodnight. think of me.DOWNLOAD RECORDINGsubscribe to the podcast here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/5432fun00:00 (intro by omar)00:20 Kiwi Jr “Football Money” Football Money02:28 Sucker Crush “Clementine” Middle Mattress Chasm04:58 The Umbrellas “Happy” maritime e.p.07:26 Silverware “Dress in the Darkness” Deep Water11:19 bedside drama “routine” mindless matter12:56 Hairnet “Blow Dryer” anarchy is a comin’15:42 Moss Jaw “Nesting Habits” Embody18:46 Jesse Q-T and Friends “little lightning” NAPS20:57 windowsill “Starberry Jane” say for certain25:07 Cheekface “Here I Was” Therapy Island28:00 Beagles “october summer” beagles 230:22 Gen Pop “No Change” II31:01 Emma Lee Toyoda “Lady Lola” i don’t wanna play ur show33:21 Sea Moss “Bidet Dreaming” Bidet Dreaming37:09 Frankie Cosmos “Eternal” Haunted Items #339:53 Christelle Bofale “Moving On, Getting On” Swim Team43:03 Institute “Let Me Be” Readjusting the Locks45:05 Pottery “Spell” No. 147:11 Yohuna “Dead to Me” Mirroring50:06 Evan Greer “Children’s Song” she/her/they/them50:53 Captain Ahab “Ride” After The Rain My Heart Still Dreams54:34 Sweater Curse “Can’t See You Anymore” See You

DJ DIMIXER
dmxr - LoFi Girl

DJ DIMIXER

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 2:30


The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.06.16 Sampled & AMPED with Dan Lloyd

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 119:11


As broadcast June 16, 2022 with plenty of extra love for those not with us.  Remembering my true ride-or-die homeboy who was with me for nearly half my life from the time I arrived in Korea in 2005, Dirty The Dog passed on one year ago today and we dedicate the opener to all those struggling with loss by playing something as manic and heedless as my beloved cocker I found at a bus stop in 2005.  Lots of new funk & soul to get through in hour one with a new album out from Bobby Oroza, great new remixes by Franc Moody and Hot Chip's Joe Goddard along with an outstanding new single from Danger Mouse & Black Thought's upcoming LP as highlights.  Hour two Dan Lloyd once again blows it out with a great new batch of rock heralding upcoming albums along with new LP's out June 17, most notably tunes from Foals, Dry Cleaning, Jack White, and TV Priest.#feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)Mr. Scruff – ShrimpElin y Elizabeth – Alegria (Franc Moody remix)Ibibio Sound Machine – All That You Want (Joe Goddard remix)Grim Delarosa feat Bobbi Humphrey – BallerinaKokoroko – Age of AscentPart II (30:03)Bobby Oroza feat Cold Diamond & Mink – Real ConnectionBobby Oroza feat Cold Diamond & Mink – Soon Everyone Will KnowAdrian Quesada feat Rudy De Anda – El LeonJacob Banks – By Design (Evel Knievel)Danger Mouse feat Black Thought, Russ, Dylan Cartlidge & Joey Bada$$ - BecauseFela Kuti – Shenshema Part III (62:09)The Beths – Silence is GoldenJimmy Eat World – Something LoudPool Kids – I Hope You're RightFoals – Crest of the WaveMetric – What Feels Like EternityDry Cleaning – Don't Press MePart IV (92:12)Nerf Herder – We All Got Covid (Except For Linus)Grey Daze – Starting to FlyPixies – There's a Moon OnTV Priest  -Bury Me in my ShoesTenacious D – The Who MedleyJack White – If I Die Tomorrow 

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast
Lo-Fi Global: Colombia, France, EU/UK, US/Saudi Arabia, France, BeReal

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 7:39


Today's Topics: Elections in Colombia and France, Brexit Still On, US & Saudi Arabia Interact, Burkinis in France or Not, BeReal vs. Instagram. Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the “we”, that we be. Episode Link: https://youtu.be/bWuqB5SNPdQ Episode 70 Season 5 (series 486) Official Website: www.lofipolisci.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LofiPoliSciPodcast LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #lofiGlobalNews #alwaysHope #podcast #lofipoliscipodcast #Top10 #GoodNewsFriday #PickeringUnplugged #LettersOfTheLofiPoliSci #Colombia #France #EU #EuropeanUnion #Brexit #UK #UnitedKingdom #US #UnitedStates #SaudiArabia #BeReal

Tim Quit His Job
The Freelance: A Lonely Way To Die

Tim Quit His Job

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 18:14


You can go it alone, but you can't go all the way. Having now reached another wall, it is time to make some big changes.Music sampled from 'Paradise' by 'Broey.'Check out more of his work.

Ken Steele's Podcast Worldwide
Episode 1096: Summer Nights (New Lo-Fi Music)

Ken Steele's Podcast Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 67:09


Summer Nights is a new Lo-Fi music podcast by Ken Steele. This music is great to listen to in the background while studying, or just lounging around the house relaxing without a care in the world. Please give this a listen. Artist names and song titles are in order of play...PURRPLE CAT-SNOOZE BUTTON (original mix), TOM DOOLIE and LOLAND-PARALLEL (original mix), JHOVE-COUNTING SHEEP (original mix), DONTCRY and NOKIAA-BLISS (original mix), AMIES-ABOVE THE CLOUDS (original mix), TENNO-SAYONARA (original mix), KAYOU-I'M FINE (original mix), THAEHAN-SECRET GARDEN (original mix), NO SPIRIT-CARRY ME (original mix), LOLAND and TOM DOOLIE-ALASKA (original mix), KANISAN-NIGHT WALK (original mix), MIRAMARE and CLEMENT MATRAT-DROWSY TOWN (original mix), LILAC-NEMUI (original mix), YASUMU-SUNSETS (original mix), DRYHOPE-VOYAGER (original mix), SLEEPERMANE and SLING DILLY-SHIMMER (original mix), KY AKASHA-NIGHT DRIVE (original mix), MONDO LOOPS and YASUMU-SHIMMERING NIGHTS (original mix), CXLT-EVERYTHING WENT QUIET (original mix), CHICCOTES BEATS and PUEBLO VISTA-LULLABY (original mix), AMIES and CXLT-IMAGINARY (original mix), ARBOUR-PATIENCE (original mix), LIVING ROOM-RAINBOWSEND (original mix), SEBASTIAN KAMAE-MIDSUMMER (original mix), Rain and thunder as the ending. Thanks for listening from, Ken Steele.

Lone Soldier 's Deepcast ...
Episode 67: The D3EP Lounge "Session 5"

Lone Soldier 's Deepcast ...

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 120:08


Hey people,I hope everyone is well. Sorry again for the huge delay in recent uploads...but finally its dropped. Here is my latest show on the mighty D3ep Radio Network, originally aired 14/06/22. 2 hours of Deep House goodness for your ears. I hope its been worth the wait..Peace N' Luv Xx

The Swyx Mixtape
[Music Friday] Star Wars Lofi - Samuel Kim

The Swyx Mixtape

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 60:00


From: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBUkwL9PJ9oSamuel Kim: https://www.youtube.com/c/samuelkimmusic0:00 Imperial March x Duel of The Fates2:55 The Force Theme (Binary Sunset)4:49 Star Wars Main Theme6:27 Rey's Theme8:38 The Mandalorian10:51 Vode An12:40 Droid Army March14:45 The Clones Theme17:10 Ahsoka's Theme

126 - Shades of Lofi - TAO

"Bo Miles the Artistry of" podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 97:55


Bo shares his latest musical project (Shades of Lofi)

Jughead's Basement
Episode 126: Episode 126: Matt Caterer (Part III of V of The Smoking Popes) on LoFi Interviews with HiFi Guests

Jughead's Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 73:50


Episode 126 this week with Matt Caterer.  In this episode we discuss such things as the clear distinct Caterer voices, creativity stemming from the 1920s big band era, Speed Stick and zero to band in a week, Are you a bass player? Somebody has to play this thing, 90s Punk Rock politics, Phil Bonnet, the difference between I don't care and active letting things happen, spirituality in music plus much much oldest brother Matt more!www.jugheadheadsbasementpodcast.com

5...4...3...2...fun!!

dear livejournal, well it’s summer and i’ve transitioned into my summer uniform. it’s basically the same as my rest of the year uniform but with short pants instead of long pants. are they called “long pants” and “short pants” or is it just “pants” and “shorts”? i have a lot of thoughts about my pants. i will share some of them now. i prefer wearing my jean pants because my butt looks really good in them. i don’t have any jean shorts that fit me but i did find these stretchy waist shorts that fit pretty well. last summer i ordered one from the internet and it fit so i ordered like 6 more lol. but my butt just doesn’t look as good in them. i like how jeans have the full double butt pockets. these shorts just have one butt pocket and the pocket is on the inside. i like the way jean butt pockets, which are on the outside of the pant, help draw the eyes to the butt. which is where i want the eyes to go. the jeans, with their thicker material, also just provide more support for my butt, which is important to me. but it’s just too warm in the summer to wear jean pants. so i choose to sacrifice the butt support for warm weather comfort for the season and we can all look forward to the fall and the return of my glorious bottom.DOWNLOAD RECORDINGsubscribe to the podcast here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/5432fun00:00 (intro by omar)00:20 Evening Standards “The Baron” WORLD’S END03:31 Mermaidens “Cut It Open” You Maintain the Stain07:55 NOTS “In Glass” 311:19 Nerve Beats “Initials D.D.” Nerve Beats16:01 Cool Sounds “Temper” Gristle18:35 Quivers “Driving Rain” We’ll Go Riding on the Hearses22:04 Ana roxanne “Immortality” ~~~26:01 Primp “I Know Now” Half-Bloom29:19 Clea “Bright Blue” Fairweather33:08 No Home “[A] Lullabye” hello, this is exploitation35:58 Kiss Concert “Shit In My Hand” Look Bad/Feel Bad39:21 RAKTA “Miragem” Falha Comum45:10 Crunchcoat “With You” Mouth b/w With You47:09 Hobby Club “Bedroom” Video Days EP49:29 Frankie Cosmos “Dancing” Haunted Items #151:08 Khiis “Divooneh” Bezoar52:46 REAL THINGS “The Cave” passing showers

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast
"Lo-Fi Global: Iran/Greece, Nicaragua, Venezuela, El Salvador, United Nations"

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 5:46


Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the “we”, that we be. Episode Link: https://youtu.be/dWqHwBjLJb0 Episode 65 Season 5 (series 481) Official Website: www.lofipolisci.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LofiPoliSciPodcast LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #lofiGlobalNews #alwaysHope #podcast #lofipoliscipodcast #Top10 #GoodNewsFriday #PickeringUnplugged #LettersOfTheLofiPoliSci #Greece #Iran #Pirates #Nicaragua #Venezuela #ElSalvador #UnitedNations

Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio
Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #187

Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 61:00


Some real corkers this time around on Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio, including a bunch of new sounds from the likes of THE PALEOJAVANICUS (pictured), VISION 3D, LONG ODDS, KILOFF, WELT STAR, ONYON and more. Please also take time to enjoy the goodtime sounds of Dara Puspita, White Fence, Enhet For Fri Musik, The Terminals, Mad Mike & The Maniacs and a huge hour-long serving of your other favorite bands as well. Track listing:DARA PUSPITA - A Go GoLONG ODDS - Mostly RosesLIECHTENSTEIN - Stalking SkillsCHOOK RACE - Hard To CleanCATE LE BON - Shoeing The BonesENHET FÖR FRI MUSIK – Sann Livsglädje Finns, Det Gör Den FaktisktVISION 3D - IncertituLUNG LEG - Kung Fu on the InternetDIRECT ACTION - Death Without a ThoughtRITUAL SEX - CaligulaTHE WHINES - BrainflowerINFLATABLE BOY CLAMS - I'm SorryKILOFF - A Czemu by Nie…ONYON - Shrunken HeadWELT STAR - DünenTHE PALEOJAVANICUS - MasokisSOCIETY - LoserFABIENNE DELSOL - Vilaines Filles Mauvais GarconsMAD MIKE & THE MANIACS - The HunchWHITE FENCE - Mr. AdamsTHE TERMINALS - Twilight Environment (live)OLIVER - Trance

LoFiTop5
LoFi Top 5 - 94 - The Pride Episode

LoFiTop5

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 67:10


This week the boys are celebrating Pride Month! The impact the LGBTQ+ community has had on the arts is nothing short of astounding, so the LoFi guys are talking about the Top 5 movies that highlight members of or concepts from that community on this week's episode. From Happy to Heartbreaking, Jeremy and JT discuss the learnings and lessons taken from these films and just how important representation truly is. Happy Pride everyone!

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.06.09 Sampled & AMPED with Dan Lloyd

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 128:33


As broadcast June 9, 2022 with plenty of podcast pinballs provided no quarters necessary.  We mark two years since Bonnie Pointer met her demise, leaving only the eldest of the original Pointer Sisters as the lone survivor.  We had a smattering of new tunes to cover this week in our Sampled funk & soul first hour, but also had a lot of recent joints that we kind of slept on, with John Batiste, Danielle Ponder, The Frightnrs, and Lettuce being highlights of a strong first half.  Dan Lloyd once again kicks in the door and makes us call him uncle in hour 2 for our AMPED rock feature, with a lotta good, a lotta bad, and a generally mixed bag heading to the end of the show.  However, as usual, our guy on the drums had his fun too, with a hilarious mashup of the new Muse tune with Gary Glitter highlighting how derivative and ridiculous that latest single is from the former.#feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)The Pointer Sisters – Pinball Number CountDanielle Ponder – The Only Way OutMickey De Grand IV – GeraldineJon Batiste – TELL THE TRUTHJungle – PROBLEMZLettuce – Vamanos Part II (31:33)Haley Johnsen – EmilyYola & The Highwomen feat Cheryl Crow – Hold OnEl Michels Affair feat Bobby Oroza – Stack The DeckThe Frightnrs – AlwaysMaverick Sabre – Good ManKatalyst feat Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad – JuneteenthBrian Jackson – Nancy Wilson (Shigeto remix) Part III (66:53)Panic! At the Disco – Viva Las VengeanceMuse – the Will of the PeopleThe Amazons – Ready For SomethingEditors – Karma ClimbBon Jovi – Keep the Faith Part IV (99:22)Flogging Molly – The Croppy Boy ‘98Red Hot Chili Peppers – Nerve FlipThe Mountain Goats – Training MontageBilly Howerdel – The Same AgainGaz Coombes – Sonny the StrongSerj Tankian – Amber Feat. Sevak Amroyan 

A Talk in the Attic
box: a new track by garrett ritterhaus & kirk ross

A Talk in the Attic

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 4:19


kirk welcomes back aspiring emcee garrett ritterhaus for their second joint session in the attic. the result of this studio time is a lo-fi hip-hop banger that can't help but hit you in the feels.all the attic links

Jughead's Basement
Episode 125: 125: John Ross Bowie of band Egghead plus Actor and Writer on LoFi Interviews with HiFi Guests

Jughead's Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 80:56


Episode 125: John Ross Bowie of band, Egghead, plus actor in Speechless/Big Bang Theory/Children's Hospital and many more credits talks to us about My pen, Theme Park Life, Knock Knock Records and Punk Tattoos, Theater Talk, Improvisation - Upright Citizens Brigade - Second City - and Working with Chicago Comics and Writers, Insubordination Fest, Egghead - Irony - Music - Politics, His book - Fathers - The Silent Generation, and Mel Brooks into the Zucker Brothers, plus more more Bowie more.Links talked about:Egghead MusicHousehold Faces with John Ross Bowie (Podcast)Book: No Job For A ManAirplane Oral HistoryJughead's Andy Dick Story

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast
"My letter to you, about Letters of the Lofi Poli Sci"

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 3:27


Today's Topic: Giving you my letter I wrote for last issue of Letters of the Lofi Poli Sci, and the potential for change. Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the “we”, that we be. Episode Link: https://youtu.be/bC2XYWLNOiA Episode 63 Season 5 (series 479) Official Website: www.lofipolisci.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LofiPoliSciPodcast LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #lofiGlobalNews #alwaysHope #podcast #lofipoliscipodcast #Top10 #GoodNewsFriday #PickeringUnplugged #LettersOfTheLofiPoliSci

Star Wars Stuff Podcast
Kenobi Episode 4 breakdown, Mando cast says season 3 is "Dark", some legends returning in new show and much more!

Star Wars Stuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 102:03


Just 4 friends (Colin, guest host Pete, Josh, and Mason) that work at a theme park hanging out, talking about Star Wars and stuff! And oh yea, David's great! LOL. Listen till the end for context ;) Intro Music: Level up Leeroy Outro Music: Samuel Kim Darth Vader's Lofi beats to relax/study to | Star Wars Lofi Chill Mix Please help the podcast and type out a review and give us 5 stars on SPOTIFY and Apple Podcasts and now also on Audible Email us your questions, comments, random thoughts, anything you want to share with us at starwarsstuffpodcast@gmail.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Starwarsstuffpodcast2187 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/StarWarsstuffPodcast TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/gTr8Pg/ TWITTER - @STUFFpod INSTAGRAM - @starwarsstuffpodcast FACEBOOK - STAR WARS stuff group and Star Wars stuff Podcast page Stuffpodcastnetwork.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/star-wars-stuff-podcast/message

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.06.07 Under The Radar with Kat Bass

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 121:05


As broadcast June 7, 2022 with total reverence on a special day.  Tonight we wish Prince a very happy birthday to start the show with some Batman OG joints from 1989.  As per usual, we are joined by Kat Bass for our full two hours to recap the week in new indie music.  Great new joints from Jungle, Bobby Oroza, Wy, TV People, and our favorite new moniker Wild Wild Wets being highlights.  #feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)Prince – PartymanBrijean – Ooo La LaJungle – Good TimesMorcheeba – Cut My Heart Out (Jazzanova remix)Bobby Oroza – My Place, My TimeAdrian Quesada feat Tita – El Muchacho De Los Ojos Tristes Part II (32:28)Morning Trips - Where is Your Out? Weird Nightmare ft. Bully - Wrecked Wy - High Score San Fermin - Tired of Loving You Flyying Colours - Wavygravy Dayaway - desert island Part III (59:33)Long Neck - Gardener Sports Boyfriend - New American Cuisine Queen of Jeans - Hiding In Place COW - Better Than I Am TV People - You Were Loved The Haunted Youth - Broken Part IV (91:39)WILD WILD WETS - Say So COOL HEAT - Slow Burn Ease - Forgot That We're Once Patrick Holland - Nice Try Motorcade - Slip Jordana - Go Slow 

5...4...3...2...fun!!

dear livejournal, i’m not going to complain about what i want to complain about right now, but i’ll just say that i tested negative on day eleven and i just have a lingering cough. my already crappy lungs are pretty tired from all the coughing but i’m good. nice to be back in the world. happy to have shared this experience with more than half the population eh eh eh eh ehhhhhh. see you soon.DOWNLOAD RECORDINGsubscribe to the podcast here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/5432fun00:00 (intro by omar)00:20 Melenas “Ya no me importa” Ya no me importa si tu me quieres03:01 Alien Nosejob “Buffet Of Love” Buffet Of Love EP08:19 All Girls Arson Club “Dogs” Dark Fruits10:52 Clever Girls “Tomorrow” Luck13:26 Stef Chura “Scream” Midnight15:48 Half Shadow “Song for the Garden” At Home With My Candles19:52 Blonde Mom “Play Of Martyrdom” New Brute21:33 Oort Smog “Bright Empty Future” Smeared Pulse Transfers23:58 Pile “No Hands” Green and Gray28:38 Drahla “Serenity” Useless Coordinates31:01 Reptaliens “Baby Come Home” VALIS34:03 Scientific Maps “How I Dissolved” Warm Apparitions37:00 Ancient Pools “Sure Fine” Cosine39:47 Smileswithteeth “for” Care43:28 LLOLLYANNA “HoneyValle” Tarot Waltz EP45:12 QWAM “Everybody Wants To Watch” QWAM47:09 Tight Knit “Want You” Too Hot49:37 Rainham Sheds “You What” Rainham Sheds52:40 Gemma “Love Like (Knock It Off)” Feeling’s Not A Tempo

Mike's Hard Game Cast
lo-fi brock to relax/study to

Mike's Hard Game Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 56:42


If you are looking for ransom, I can tell you that we don't have a lot of money. But what we do have are a very particular set of skills. We'll put your thang down, flip it and reverse it. Ti esrever dna ti pilf nwod gnaht rouy tup. Ti esrever dna ti pilf nwod gnaht rouy tup.As always, this episode is sponsored by our beloved GetaThreads.com. Thank you GetaThreads for putting up with this nonsense, bi-weekly.

Sleep and Relaxation Sounds
Sleepy Chill Piano and Lo-Fi Beats - Relaxing Vibes for the Mind

Sleep and Relaxation Sounds

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 62:25


Get into a relaxing groove with this sleepy and chill piano lo-fi beats sound. Presented by Sound Therapy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast
Lo-Fi Global: England, Iran/Greece, Tiananmen Square/Hong Kong, Pakistan, India

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 7:56


Today's Topics: Sports in England, Piracy between Iran and Greece/US, Hong Kong without Tiananmen Square Massacre Vigil, Pakistan Taliban and Pakistan Government, Sologamy in India. Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the “we”, that we be. Episode Link: https://youtu.be/kioqZ58ERrk Episode 60 Season 5 (series 476) Official Website: www.lofipolisci.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LofiPoliSciPodcast LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #lofiGlobalNews #alwaysHope #podcast #lofipoliscipodcast #Top10 #GoodNewsFriday #PickeringUnplugged #LettersOfTheLofiPoliSci #England #cheeseRolling #Pirates #Piracy #Iran #Greece #US #HongKong #TiananmenSquare #Pakistan #India #Sologamy

The Fools Podcast
EP:41 Fools Good To Be Back

The Fools Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 76:06


Hello Fellow fools, we are back at it again with talk on perceptions and giving you all updates on how we've been. We are working on our music currently and would like to shoutout $am$on for his help with recording and producing. Check him out wherever you stream music with his latest album Dark Night of the Soul (art done by our very own Angel). Topics discussed today range from HULK, a depressed Beast Boy, MWII remaster, action figures, Deez Nutz jokes, Algorithms, & Love Death and Robots(❤️

Ken Steele's Podcast Worldwide
Episode 1093: Another Lazy Sunday (New Lo-Fi Music)

Ken Steele's Podcast Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 67:10


Another Lazy Sunday is a new Lo-Fi music podcast by Ken Steele. Start your day with some nice relaxing Lo-Fi music along with your morning coffee. I hope you enjoy this session. Artist names and song titles are in order of play...TV BLONDE-OCARINA, 90SFLAV-CALL ME, TOME-TRNGRSK, JHFLY-YESTERDAY, TOONORTH-LIBEROSIS, SLUMGOD-DREAM 75 YEARS OF TIME, WITH YOU-SHORT, TUSKEN-SHABUYA, JOE SHORT-SEASON, F@B-ABRACADABRA, KASPER-LIFTED, BDRX-LATE NIGHT VINYL, XANIAC-LET'S RUN AWAY TOGETHER, YCBEJ-INURE, AXIAN-DREAMS, SUBMERSE-SNORLAX, TRNGRSK-REROLL FANTOMPOWER-ALL GOOD THINGS COME TO AN END, EYESOH-YOSUKE, GLIMLIP-VICTORY LAP, DAN AMOZIG-JOY, STAN FOREBEE-WALK WITH ME, ENLUV-WAITING FOR APRIL, DESH and DELANEY-VOYAGERS, JOE NORA-LOW RIDE, JOE CORFIELD-SNOW BLIND, TOMCBUMPZ-ADDICTED TO YOU, TOONORTH-NGC, ODYSSEE-WAY BACK, KONTEKS-ISLANDS, LEAVV-CARMEL, TESK-TALES, Nature sounds as the ending. Thanks for listening from Ken Steele. 

LoFiTop5
LoFi Top 5 - 93 - The 80's RomCom Episode

LoFiTop5

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 66:50


This week the spinning wheel of evil is back as the boys had to pivot from their original idea. And what does the wheel bring? Chaos for the JT the millenial, less so for the Gen-Xer Jeremy. But even with the 1980s being squarely in Jeremy's wheelhouse, the amount of RomCom's to choose from might surprise you. So whether you're sitting down with your Breakfast Club (is it a RomCom??) or grabbing some Mystic Pizza, let's see if the boys Say Anything that makes a Splash.

That's my JAMstack
S3E5 - Facundo Giuliani on end-user experiences, NextJS, and Storyblok

That's my JAMstack

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 28:42


Quick show notes Our Guest: Facundo Giuliani (Twitter) What he'd like for you to see: His musical Jam: The Meters Transcript Bryan Robinson 0:15 Welcome back to yet another episode of That's My Jamstack, the podcast where we ask the ever important question, what is your jam in the Jamstack? I'm your host, Bryan Robinson. And this week we had the amazing Facundo Giuliani. Facundo do is a developer relations engineer at story block, and an avid presenter and author about all things Jamstack. Bryan Robinson 0:46 All right, Facundo. Well, thank you so much for joining us on the show today. Facundo Giuliani 0:49 Thank you. Thank you very much for the invitation and the opportunity. Awesome. So Bryan Robinson 0:53 tell us a little bit about yourself. What do you do for work? And what do you do for fun? Facundo Giuliani 0:57 Cool. So Well, I started working as a developer when I was 18. While I was studying at college, because I finished high school on on a school that had a career that was like programming oriented, let's say so I, I learned how to program during the high school, I started to work with all programming languages that people don't know what they are about, like Visual Basic six, or those things that are like, I mean, I talk to people that this 20 years old, and they look at me, like what are you talking about? Right. Bryan Robinson 1:38 But luckily, I at least dabbled in those super early on. So I'm with you. That's fine. Facundo Giuliani 1:43 Okay, okay. So, um, yeah, I mean, I started working with Visual Basic seats. After that, while I was studying, I was also working as a developer, it was like, almost 1414 years, probably that I worked as a developer. And during the last couple of years, after working on on different companies on different positions, but all of them mainly related to the development, like, full stack back and, and etc. I started to, to be more involved with the community started to generate content to share starting to talk to other people and and meet other people. And I really enjoyed doing doing that. I did that during my free time. During these last couple of years, like after work, I started to generate content, engage with the community, like being involved in a Ambassadors Program in in different organizations and companies. And this opening a new door for me, because I started to learn about developer relations, developer advocacy, developer experience, some terms that probably I've read in the past, but I didn't know what they were about. And, and I started to get interested on that, like I, I mean, I felt like I was enjoying more the fact of generating content, or sharing content with the community, or communicating with the community, I really like to talk to other people. And I enjoy talking. And I felt like I was enjoying more doing that, instead of doing my daily job of developer, let's say, I mean, it's not that I don't like to, to develop, but I was enjoying more generating content, sharing content with the community engaging with other people. And well, I took like this, I made a decision, I started to read about developer relations and etc. I saw this opportunity on serverless, that they were looking for a developer relations engineer, I applied for the, for the job, and I was selected. I mean, I had a portfolio because in the past, I presented some talks, or events or conferences, I had some articles that I wrote before applying for the for the job, working with different technologies, and etc. So that was my, my presentation letter, let's say, and well, I had the chance to apply and to be and to be accepted for the position, let's say. And since June, I'm working as a developer relations engineer at serverless, my first developer relations position and experience, and I'm really enjoying it. So that's a little bit about me. Bryan Robinson 4:38 Sure, yeah. So So you're a developer relations engineer at storyblocks. So you're doing all that kind of content creation, education, talking with community there. Are you still doing that in your spare time? Are you actually able to like branch out and do other things now that you don't have to do that yet to your day job? Facundo Giuliani 4:56 Well, that's a good point. Because I mean, I did it Probably, I'm doing it but just a little bit like not so much. Because the cool part about being a developer relations engineer is that I found that that it was possible to do what I wanted to do or what I was enjoying, while doing it on my on working time, right, I mean, during the day, instead of using my free time to generate the content to do that, probably use my free time to set my mind free, right? That I mean, I'm not complaining, because I really enjoy doing that. And I enjoyed that at that moment when I was doing it after work. But I felt like it was it was cool to to enter to a company and start doing this during I mean, like, my, the tasks that I'm doing in my position are related to that. So I can use my free time on that on other things. So I enjoy doing that. But yeah, I'm trying to take the free time for other projects, probably not related to to developer relations or engaging with the community. I'm probably not even related to programming developer or technology Bryan Robinson 6:15 at all. What's your favorite thing to spend time on outside of development? Facundo Giuliani 6:19 Well, I really like I mean, I was I mean spending more time outside, I moved to a house, I was living in an apartment and I have a house with a backyard. So I'm trying to spend time there or I don't know walking around the neighborhood, I live in more than a situs Argentina, in the suburbs of the city, not in the city center. And the place where I live is like a calm neighborhood with a lot of trees and etc. So like when I, when I finished my, my, my day after working, I like to go and walk around the neighborhood and etc. but also talking with friends. So there are other projects like personal project related to, to their staff playing, playing sports with friends. I'm trying to do several activities, like to get out of my house. I mean, I enjoy being on my house with Mr. Gary Burger, and etc. But I also enjoy seeing other people spending time with other people. And these last couple of years were like We spent a lot of time inside our houses. So spending time like, I don't know, keep grabbing some fresh air and talking to other people is something that I enjoy doing. And I try to do as possible. Bryan Robinson 7:33 Awesome. I think there's something that we all do a little bit more of, especially in the past couple of years. Yeah. So. So moving on to talk about the Jamstack a little bit. You have a history in kind of full stack development, back end development, what was your entry point into the Jamstack, and static sites and that sort of thing. Cool. Facundo Giuliani 7:52 So Well, in my previous job, I mean, my last job before being a developer relations engineer, I was working mostly as a back end developer, I was working with Microsoft technologies like ASP, dotnet, dotnet, core and etc. But I, I mean, I felt like I was missing the the opportunity of learning about probably newer products or different products, let's say related to the front end. And when I started to read about the static site generators, the headless CMS is that I mean, for the products that we did in my previous job, I was not able to apply these technologies on them. So I was like, not super aware of all this new approach of creating study sites. And I started to read about the Jamstack different articles, watching different talks, or Devens, at conferences, and etc. And I started to learn about that and to learn about the approach. I really enjoyed that because at a certain point, as I said, I am I mean, I'm working as a developer for since I was 18. But before that, I was creating websites at home when I was even younger, with with products that again, they don't exist anymore, like Microsoft front page, or Macromedia Dreamweaver. And what you did in the past with Microsoft from page was like creating your own website. And when I was said, I mean, when I was a teenager, or probably even younger, I really enjoyed doing that. Because at that time, internet was not what it is now, right? I mean, at the beginning of this of the 2000 years, or the or the or the end of the 90s Probably, internet was like the super new things and being able to create your own web page was like, Man, this is NASA technology, right? So I tried to create like websites related to anything related to my friends related to us. Searching a football club or related to I don't know, my different interested interest is that I had in that moment. And and what I was doing at that moment were static sites. I mean, they had movement. They have awful MIDI sounds in the background, because that was so yeah, I mean, that was like any any site at that moment, that sound. So that is terrible, I think now about that. And he's like, Man, why do you need to listen to music while we're browsing? A web page was terrible. But well, it's what we did. Yes, exactly, exactly. So I enjoyed doing that. But the thing is that they had dynamism, let's say, or movement, or etc. But they were static. So while when, when I started to read about the new approach of having studied websites, I felt like, I mean, the Navy sidebar, but we are again, doing the same that what that what I did was when I was a young teenager, or probably pretty teenager, I don't know, how is it called the the concert when you are 12 years old, or 13 years old pro. But, I mean, I started to feel to feel like excited with this concept. And I started to read about different study site generators, like neck JS Gods B, I started to read about React, probably get more involved with React, and etc. And on the other hand, all the concepts that you have avoidable to generate the content at build time, ahead of the people visiting your website, I mean, the process of generating static assets, but not manually, right, not using Microsoft front page like we did at that time. So I mean, I felt that that was super fun. Because using new technologies, you were able to do something that probably reminded me to what I used to do when I started creating web pages. So I think that that was the first step that I took to to enter to the Jamstack work, let's say, Bryan Robinson 12:07 I like that concept of like, this is kind of how we did things in the late 90s. And now we do it. We have a similar output. But it's so much easier to like it just Yes, I'm not I'm not writing and copying and pasting 15 different HTML pages. I just, it generates for me, it's an amazing feeling to kind of see that come out. Yeah, exactly. Facundo Giuliani 12:28 I'm not only that, I mean, when you are using a study site generator, when you like, start a new project with the boilerplate that they offer you, you have a site up and running, and you run just like three comments in the console, or probably less. And that's all I mean, that's awesome. For me, the web development is evolving in, like, in all directions to make the work easier for the developers and to have the products up and running as fast as possible. And that's something that for me, it's awesome. Bryan Robinson 13:01 Yeah, and let's, let's try a whole bunch of stuff and like work closely with clients and with stakeholders and all that to, like, realize what they're looking for. And then we can make it better. Like we can do something simple and then add to it and add to it and add to it. I think that's a really powerful pattern that we get to have. Facundo Giuliani 13:18 Yes, yes, I agree. I mean, a lot of technologies appear during the last year, some being able to use these technologies, but also offering a great experience to the final users or the content editors. It's something pretty, pretty cool. I mean, I see that all the pieces are, like joining to offer a good experience, not only to the developers, but also to the people that is using your product on beseeching the websites that you create, right, Bryan Robinson 13:46 exactly. Yeah. Theoretically, if we can do things easier and simpler, we can pass on a whole bunch of really positive things to those end users. Facundo Giuliani 13:55 Yes, yes, I agree. Totally agree. So. Bryan Robinson 13:58 So you're at story block now. So how are you using? I mean, sorry, block is a headless CMS. So it's a very Jamstack company, how are you using Jamstack philosophies and kind of your day to day at story block. Facundo Giuliani 14:10 So what we were we tried to offer to the, to the customers to the users is that having a headless CMS is a way of generating faster websites, using cool technologies and cool frameworks, probably, but also offering a good experience not only to the end user, but also to the content editors, the Jamstack, we see that we have a lot of products available to create static sites, or offer great experiences and having like, sites up I mean, up and running that are working great. But the thing is what happens when we need to generate the content that is going to be exposed in our static sites, right? So story block has this real time visual editor, which I think it's probably the best feature that serverless is offering. Because there is this bridge that connects the the admin panel that Starbuck offers to generate the content with the front end of your application. And well, you can use it with environments that are already deployed, like your testing environment, or staging or production. But you can also connect that to your local host. And using like the preview mode of the different static site generators, you can also offer an experience to the content editors to see how the content is going to look like before it's deployed or published. So in that case, connecting the story blog application or the server admin panel to the front end of your application using the storybook bridge, you're offering the possibility of creating an experience very similar to a page builder, but not being tied to the styles or the components or their structure that the Page Builder probably feeds or probably sets for the developers that are going to use it. So you are able to create the front end and the code and the logic that you prefer for your application connecting to a headless CMS that is allowing the users to see that page and to like, create a unexperienced very similar to editing that page on the fly, and see how the content is going to look like. So I think that we are focused on on different technologies, frameworks, and tools, probably I will I work more with Node js, and react. And what we try to do is to get advantage of the static site generation process of these frameworks to generate static assets, but also work with a preview mode of these frameworks to connect to the headless CMS and offer the content editor the possibility of exactly creating the continent scene, the content that is going to be Publish when the build process run and generate the static Bryan Robinson 17:14 assets. Exactly. And that build process sometimes can be a minute or two. And so like if you're trying to iterate on content, and you're having to save, wait for the build, preview it and then preview it live, like snap previewing more, it's just a view that can really slow you down. Oh, no, I wrote one word too long. It's gonna break onto a line at the screen sizes. Like no, just use the Preview mode, use that visual editor to make sure it's exactly what you want it to be. It's kind of it's the best of both worlds kind of solution. Right? Facundo Giuliani 17:42 Yeah, exactly. Exactly. And not only that, I mean, talking about Nigeria, in particular, the framework offers cool features like incremental static regeneration, where you don't really need to generate the the run a build process for the complete site to generate probably only one page or two, apply the changes to only one page in your website, we can discuss about if using incremental study regeneration is really Jamstack or not, because you are breaking the atomic bill and etc. But you have the possibilities there, you can use it or not take it or leave it. Bryan Robinson 18:19 I actually like that that like thought process of I might not be Jamstack anymore. But it I mean, at the core, even though you lose the atomic deploy, you're still hosting the majority of it from the CDN, it's still much the majority of it's still pre built HTML, and you're updating pieces. It's a rehydration thing, which I I would say arguably, is still plenty within the idea of the Jamstack. I think it's it's a big umbrella. We can fit everyone underneath it, I think. Facundo Giuliani 18:46 Yeah, totally. I in fact, I think that, well, probably the concept of the Jamstack was originated by JavaScript API's and markup. But the thing is, I feel like the idea is always trying to generate the more static content that we can as possible at build time. And not, I mean, not having dynamic content to be generated whenever a user visits our website, right? Why are we Why will we generate content, that will be the same for probably all the users that will visit our web application or a lot of them, if we can do that ahead of time, and offering a better and faster experience to the user right there. Exactly. Bryan Robinson 19:27 And then just augmenting, augmenting is always the best way to go adding little bits of extras for for when you have the ability to do it. And it matters like what what, what pieces of content actually have to be dynamic. And let's make sure those are dynamic and keep everything else quick and secure, you know, as static as possible. Exactly. So we've talked about story block we've talked about next. Jas, we've talked a little bit about incremental static regeneration and whether or not that's Jamstack or not, what would you say is kind of your jam in the Jamstack? What's your fate? Have a product maybe story block or or framework or philosophy, what makes you love the Jamstack. So? Facundo Giuliani 20:06 Well before joining storybook, I was a user of a storybook, I've used terbuka and other headless CMS. So I mean, probably I'm biased on my feature now is like, but I really think that cerebral is a great product to generate content, probably. I mean, we as developers are used to work with things that are not super how to say that friendly for the users, or were used to work with code and etc. But having the possibility of giving the people that there is not super full into the technology, the possibility of creating the content and and exposing the content that they want to share. I think it's very, very cool. And having a visual editor to do that. I think he's pretty cool, too. So I think that sort of look is very, very good. I'm kind of like, I use NET Jas a lot. And I feel like when the the new versions that they released, I mean, version after version, I see that they create really cool things. So I will say that I really enjoy using Node js with with Node js 12. And all the announcement that they did was like, the possibilities that are appearing with these new features. And with these new products is really, really cool. I mean, enjoying, like the edge functions or the support for React 18 with the React server components, different features, like I think that are opening new doors or new windows for other possibilities to, again, what I think I mean, what I think it's important from the Jamstack, that is offering not only a good developer experience, which they are with the product, but also offering a great experience to the final user. So if I can offer a website that is working faster and better for the final user, I'm getting the advantages. So I will take it. Bryan Robinson 22:08 And the great thing on like next and again, like the the big surge of next Jas, in the past year and a half, two years. They're bringing so many new things to table. I mean, next next 12 is great. But we've talked about ISR, like that was pioneered in next and like all these different patterns that are coming out, are coming from the next open source team, the Vercel. Team, the community all around that. I think it's it's moving the ecosystem at a much faster pace than it did previously. I love to see that. Facundo Giuliani 22:40 Yeah, I agree. I totally agree. I mean, the the opportunities that are appearing, and yes, as you said, like an starting point, or a pioneer point of saying, hey, why don't we take a look at this possibility and discussing it and offering that to the developers. Bryan Robinson 23:00 I think it's also interesting, you know, we talked about ISR, maybe not being Jamstack. And I think the cool thing with next is the next doesn't care. Like they they look at it, and they say, Well, you can be completely Jamstack and just use, you know, static props and all that good stuff and render HTML and and send that down for the CDN. But you can use these other things, too. And whether or not that's Jamstack. It's still a nice website. And it's still like meeting all the user needs. So let's not even talk about it. Let's just have these features built in. Facundo Giuliani 23:30 Yeah, that's true. That's, I mean, I love the Jamstack. I like the approach. I enjoyed using it. Sometimes we have to think what's better for the users and for the developers, and probably not stick to too much to the theory like, Oh, I'm moving from the Jamstack. Like, what I was going to say millimeter but if the United State people is listening to me, they probably won't get what measure unit I'm using. But what I mean is that barely moving from the borders of the Jamstack, or the bounds of the Jamstack is not that bad. I mean, the final idea or the final goal is to offer a great experience not only to the final user, but also to the developer. So you have to think about that Bryan Robinson 24:15 make a good app or a good website with the best developer experience possible. Facundo Giuliani 24:20 Exactly. Bryan Robinson 24:21 All right. Well, let's let's do a kind of a hard pivot here and ask maybe the toughest question on the show, which is what's your actual jam right now? What what are you listening to what musician or album is really getting you going right now? Facundo Giuliani 24:33 I mean, I really enjoy listening to music. I'm listening to music all the time. Like, what I found out lately was that if I listen to music that they have like a singer and they are singing a lyric. I can't focus on the work that I'm doing. I don't know if that happened to me in the last time or not. I really don't understand because I really enjoy listening to music and I Listen, a lot of music of different genres, so of different types and etc. So while I was working or probably probably because with this developer relations engineer position, I need to focus more on writing, or I don't know speaking or generating content, I'm probably not doing some automatic thing, things, let's say, I need to focus more on the work and not not too much on the on the lyrics that I'm listening to. So what I what I was listening this last time was probably more like Lo Fi setlist in the background, I live Lo Fi music, and I enjoy listening to that while I'm working. But I also was listening to the meters, which is a band from I don't know, if they are from New Orleans, I really don't remember. But they did in the in the 70s. Music like it was it is funk music, but without singing, or at least, not all of the of the songs have had lyrics. I mean, the most of them are music only. And I enjoy that because they have this groove and this kind of music that I really like. And with the headphones with the, with the boost of the bass there is like it's a good experience while working. So I'm really enjoying that. Bryan Robinson 26:22 Awesome. Yeah, I totally like Lo Fi is definitely something that I usually have on in the background while I'm doing some writing or working through a hard code problem. So I get that. And I hadn't heard the beaters, which is surprising. So I'm going to check them out. And I could I could use some fun in my ears as well. Yeah, sure, sure. All right. So anything that you're doing that you would like to promote out to the Jamstack community as a whole, Unknown Speaker 26:45 no, I encourage the people to if they didn't try the Jamstack to take this step and to see I mean, probably it's a good experience. And it's very fun. I enjoy doing that. So I recommend that. But if if any person wants to talk about the Jamstack, front end development or anything, they will find me on Twitter, I'm while I'm FacundoGiuliani, my my Twitter handle is @facundozurdo. With so you can talk to me and we can discuss about the topic that you prefer. I am constantly like presenting talks at events or conferences. Well, I mean, all of them virtual now but but I will I have the hope that I will be in person in in in person, probably local meetup or conference soon. So we can probably meet in person in any country, some with with the people. But yeah, I mean, if you go to Twitter, and you talk to me, you will see I have my personal website where I announced the the events where I will be part of and I will be speaking Bryan Robinson 27:53 amazing. All right, cool. Well, thank you so much for being on the show with us today. I hope you keep doing amazing things at storyblocks and beyond. Facundo Giuliani 27:59 Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you for the invitation again. Bryan Robinson 28:03 We'll see you around. Thanks again to our guest and thanks to everyone out there listening to each new episode. If you enjoyed the podcast, be sure to leave a review, rating, Star heart favorite, whatever it is, and your podcast app of choice. Until next time, keep doing amazing things on the web. And remember, keep things jammy Transcribed by https://otter.ai Intro/outtro music by bensound.com Support That's my JAMstack by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/thats-my-jamstack

The Weekly Cooldown
Episode 156 - Pride Month, Corporations, and Big Games Announcements with Lo-Fi Knight!

The Weekly Cooldown

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 68:07


The Lo-Fi Knight himself is here to discuss things revolving gayness, queerness and gaming! How it feels to be a streamer, and what streamers/podcasters can do when navigating gay spaces and being an ally! Also we discuss corporations involvement in Pride. AND OF COURSE we discuss Pokemon Scarlet and Violet and the State of Play on June 2! Find Lo-Fi Knight/Daniel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LoFiKnight And on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/lofiknight Logo by Corgian of DogHouse Esports: https://twitter.com/doghousecorgian Intro music by Riki: https://twitter.com/DOG_NOISE Website: www.wkcooldown.com Twitter: @Kamijacegaming / @WkCooldown Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheWeeklyCooldown/ Question? Comment? Concern? Want to tell me how great I am? Email me! - Kamijacegaming@gmail.com Comics are for Everyone Pride Month Collection: https://www.humblebundle.com/books/comics-are-for-everyone-pride-month-collection-books?partner=kamijacegaming --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wkcooldown/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wkcooldown/support

Megapolis 89.5 FM
We Lo-Fi - Mixed By Dj Tomatoslice @ Megapolis 89.5 FM 29.05.2022 #895

Megapolis 89.5 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 64:25


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Megapolis 89.5 FM
We Lo-Fi - Mixed By Dj Windows 7 @ Megapolis 89.5 FM 22.05.2022 #895

Megapolis 89.5 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 60:15


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Lofi Poli Sci Podcast
Lo-Fi Global: Spain, Gulf of Guinea, Colombia, UAE/Israel, Biggest Plant

Lofi Poli Sci Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 7:06


Today's Topics: Spain takes on pre-recorded customer service calls, UN talks about Piracy, First round Colombia presidential election results, UAE/Israel make an economic agreement, "New" biggest plant in the world is found. Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the “we”, that we be. Episode 58 Season 5 (series 474) Official Website: www.lofipolisci.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LofiPoliSciPodcast LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #lofiGlobalNews #alwaysHope #podcast #lofipoliscipodcast #Top10 #GoodNewsFriday #PickeringUnplugged #LettersOfTheLofiPoliSci #Spain #GulfofGuinea #Colombia #UN #piracy #UAE #Israel #bigPlants #seaGrass

Music Therapy with Jessica Risker
Episode 90: Jason Balla of Dehd on Recording, Lo-fi vs Hi-fi, and Touring Tips

Music Therapy with Jessica Risker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 59:39


In this episode of Music Therapy I talk with Jason Balla of Dehd and Accessory. We talk about Dehd's new album "Blue Skies" out now on Fat Possum, embracing mistakes in songwriting and recording, how to work past your inner critic, giving up control in collaborating, advice for touring and recording, and lots more! Songs featured: Chop Shop High School by Jessica Risker Eyes for Berlin by Accessory Bad Love by Dehd

Jughead's Basement
Episode 124: Episode 124: Eli Dixon Caterer (2 of 5 interviews of The Smoking Popes) on LoFi Interviews with HiFi Guests

Jughead's Basement

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 71:51


Episode 124: Eli Caterer of Smoking Popes (2 of 5 interviews exploring the whole band and record Born To Quite originally released in 1994) talks to us about being the youngest brother, the parents music collection, Speedstick into Smoking Popes, dynamics of brothers in a band, association with Solid Sound Studios and Phill Bonnet, the artwork behind Born To Quit, plus much much Eli More.ON GEAR BUDS PODCASTJosh says good bye to Solid Sounds StudioJughead's Basement Podcast link with videos