New wave artist Sahati joins the show to take us behind her debut EP ‘Post-Kid'! Sahati draws from her experiences of everyday life, and creates a rock infused, new-wave musical mosaic called ‘post-kid'. Her vocals bring a soft huskiness that's easy on the ears, in direct contrast with the boldness brought by her confrontational, non-sugar coated lyrics. “post-kid” is a project that thrives at the intersection of lyrics and imagery, rawness and mystery. We discuss co-directing the music video for ‘anything', recording vocals in a dorm room bathroom, and much more!! Connect with Sahati — — Support Colton Gee and Desert Tiger ----- Check out our webstore @ Follow Colton Gee and Desert Tiger -----
On this Episode of Bourbons & B-Sides we are sipping on Contradiction by the Smooth Ambler distillers and spinning the 1985 New Wave album Songs from the Big Chair by Tears for Fears. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bourbonsandbsides/support
The New Wave Podcast: Daily Conversations On Web3.0, Business, Psychology, Psychedelics & More. In this Sunday Affirmation episode, Daniel will read to you a short passage, which is ironically called You Are Nothing. Daniel will allow you to sit with it. And then after that, you will hear a nice soothing binaural tone. You should find a quiet space in your house where you can close your eyes. And as you're listening to this tone, allow your mind to completely settle, to completely rest from all the anxieties about the day ahead.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
The idea around a unique value proposition is: can you do something different or better than your competitor in order to create a new customer? What are some ways to stand out? Often the first solution is to compete on price, but this may not be the best strategy. There are multiple vectors for achieving differentiation that may work much better: brand, quality of service, variety of service and more. In this Saturday Q&A, Daniel breaks down some pro-tips for determining your UVP. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Fab 5 Freddy is an icon of art, music and film who has spent much of his life bridging those worlds. We talk with him about the stunning new documentary Hold Your Fire, which he produced. The film tells the story of a 1973 standoff that began when four young Black men tried to rob a sporting-goods store, and quickly spiraled into a 47-hour hostage situation that has drawn comparisons with the Attica prison takeover and Dog Day Afternoon bank heist. (Freddy, aka Fred Brathwaite, remembers standing outside the bank as police tried to draw out the robbers.)The 1973 standoff hasn't received as much attention as the others, but Hold Your Fire explains its important place in history — and the world today. Hostage negotiation techniques employed by visionary NYPD psychologist Harvey Schlossberg avoided needless bloodshed, and Freddy points out that they should be more widely used today.We also talk about the astonishing culture that came out of late 1970s and early '80s New York, from hip-hop to graffiti art to New Wave, and about Freddy's memories of his friend Jean-Michel Basquiat. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Katelyn Jetelina, author of the newsletter Your Local Epidemiologist and director of Population Health Analytics at Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute, shares an update on BA.2, the threat of additional omicron sublineages, and more, as the public health emergency endures.
A new wave musical about a girl who wants to be famous. Kyle hopes to have an a-ha moment. Dave wants to find the cure for what films are reviewed. The Machine is trying to secure an order of B-52s to take over the world. You can follow us on Letterboxd to see the entire list of movies we've talked about: https://letterboxd.com/kdvstm/Watch the trailer for Starstruck here: https://youtu.be/ucf3bzv-e9MOur sponsors this week are: Inventure$ - https://inventurescanada.com - Inventures gathers innovators, startups and scale-ready enterprise seeking partners, advisors and capital. It's a one-stop opportunity to gauge fast-growing players through pitch competitions and discover investment gems across the entrepreneurial landscape. Alberta Blue Cross - https://www.ab.bluecross.ca - Alberta Blue Cross group benefit plans are easy to manage, anywhere, anytime and on any device, making it easy for you and your employees to access. Send feedback to email@example.comKyle and Dave vs The Machine is a proud member of The Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown. Community supported. Here's their link again: https://www.albertapodcastnetwork.comKeep up to date with Kyle and Dave vs The Machine by following its social media channels: Twitter: https://twitter.com/kdvstmInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/kdvstm/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEZKUfH0IOp-lH5OQdIpvLwPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/kdvstmThis week the Machine printed out: 01011001 01101111 01110101 00100000 01101011 01101110 01101111 01110111 00100000 01110111 01101000 01101111 00100000 01100001 01101100 01110011 01101111 00100000 01101000 01100001 01100100 00100000 01100001 00100000 01101110 01100101 01110111 00100000 01110111 01100001 01110110 01100101 00111111 00100000 01001000 01101001 01110100 01101100 01100101 01110010 00101110 00100000 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
In the late 70s and early 80s, San Francisco was home to a thriving punk and new wave scene and a scrappy independent label that launched the careers of bands like Romeo Void, Translator, and the Red Rockers. Music journalist Bill Kopp captures this moment in time in a new book called Disturbing the Peace: 415 Records and the Rise of New Wave published by HoZac Books. Listen to Bill chat with Pam about the label's brief but fascinating history, and five of his favorite tunes from the 415 Records catalog. Bill's Selections: 1. Pearl Harbor and The Explosions - Drivin' (1979) 2. SVT - Always Come Back (1980) 3. Romeo Void - Never Say Never (1981) 4. Pop-O-Pies - Truckin' (1981) 5. Translator - I Need You To Love (1986) Dive into the 415 Records catalog by listening to Bill's companion playlist: https://tinyurl.com/y7nrfy2uCheck out the book or read more of Bill's music writing: https://blog.musoscribe.com/Get Liberation Hall's reissue of 415 Records early (pre-Columbia) recordings: https://tinyurl.com/mr2rdwxw
In this episode of the Check Out This Record podcast, Marc and Frank look at the album No Sense No Feeling from High Vis! Listen as they go track by track as they discuss this record! Want a one-stop-shop for all things guitar? Head over to www.guitarexclusive.com for product reviews and more!!! If you want us to review an album let us know! Join our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/285306009517804/ Instagram: @checkoutthisrecord Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkdRbGfkOFg5V58uFx8qoUg/videos Twitter: @checkrecord
In this edition of the Friday Headlines, Daniel covers some of the most interesting topics in tech, business, culture and more. Tune in and surf the New Wave with us! Referenced articles:
The New Wave decides to prepare for Gorox's return by gearing up and splitting up, with Luke and Pipa street-testing new equipment while Juno and Pate look to elder heroes for advice. However, both duos soon learn that there's more peril to a Hero Review than the final confrontation... first, they'll have to face the cowed champions of far-flung worlds! Music by Perennial Sounds LLC
Episode 159: It's been teased for a few weeks, and the time has finally come: Joe and Kari give their review of the Mixtape Tour: NKOTB, Rick Astley, Salt N Pepa, and En Vogue! The show was 2.5 hours of nonstop hits...and a little bit of Magic Mike! Find out the highs and lows, and what it's like to get Rickrolled in real life. Scottish Acts: Since Kari is headed to the UK, the HRT80's duo takes a look at some of the finest 80's music to come out of Scotland. Altered Images, The Waterboys, and Orange Juice are a few of the acts which are highlighted. Because if it's not Scottish … well you know the rest!
In the latest edition of Through The Smoke, InsideTheU's David Lake and Gaby Urrutia discuss the latest with the Miami Hurricanes football program. We open the show by highlighting the newest Hurricanes that are enrolling this week. What do we expect of this crop of incoming freshmen and more? We also circle back around to the early enrollee freshmen that participated in spring football and share our thoughts on those players. After the break, Urrutia shares the latest with Miami's pursuit of a quarterback and he pencils in some players into his way too early mock class for May. You don't want to miss the latest episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Selecting songs for Hall of Songs nomination is a hard job. Sometimes, while toiling over all the options, you decide that certain tunes that we now consider problematic still merit inclusion. At least that's what one co-host of Hall of Songs would argue. Join Tim and Chris as they put four more songs from 1979 to '82 onto the ballot. Luckily, they bring in a (sort-of) independent ombudsman to sort through the issues with them.In this episode, Tim and Chris talk about the four new nominees, then go deeper into '79-'82 with selections by artists like Split Enz and, naturally, the Grateful Dead.Hosts: Tim Malcolm and Chris JonesGenre: Music Commentary, Music History
No dip into film history would be complete without a swim through New Wave. A movement born in France in the 1950s within the pages of the magazine Cahiers du Cinema – New Wave began when a group of adventurous film critics tried their hands at tearing down old concepts of film grammar and subjects and replacing them with kinetic, symbolic, and abstract examinations of social alienation, psychopathology, and sex! The French New Wave quickly (and, at times, not so quickly in some countries) caught on in countries across the globe, and filmmakers in dozens of countries took on the same revolutionary charge that began in France. This episode, Corey chose The Entertainer (1960), adapted by John Osborne from his play and starring Laurence Olivier who originated the title character. The British New Wave is quite different from pretty much every other country's, and Paul and Corey discuss why this may be the case and why The Entertainer perfectly encapsulates this theory. There's so much to discuss: music hall, peeing next to Laurence Olivier, and the Suez Crisis/Second Arab-Israeli War/Tripartite Aggression/Sinai War! This Month's Theme: New Wave This Episode's Focus: The Entertainer (1960)
Join us as we talk with Sajani Barot, founder of The Skin Consult. Sajani dives deep into the problems consumers face when approaching the plethora of skincare options on the market and discusses the immense potential of offering customized options as not only a form of optimizing skin care but also offering a more sustainable approach and option for consumers who want to target specific concerns or focus on preventative measures for their skin. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skincareanarchy/support
In this episode of the Check Out This Record podcast, Marc and Frank look at the debut record Crocodiles from Echo & the Bunnymen. Listen as they go track by track as they discuss this record! Want a one-stop-shop for all things guitar? Head over to www.guitarexclusive.com for product reviews and more!!! If you want us to review an album let us know! Join our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/285306009517804/ Instagram: @checkoutthisrecord Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkdRbGfkOFg5V58uFx8qoUg/videos Twitter: @checkrecord
Brennan and DJ go back to the Decade of Excess and Greed in New Wave Requiem!CreditsWritten by: Jason Bolte, Christopher Simmons, Alex Scokel, Eddy WebbAdditional Material by: Justin Achilli, Kelley Barnes and Kevin TalbotPlaytested by: Kelly Bragan, Ryan Jones, Jay Pitchford and Jeremiah RastegarCreative Director: Rich ThomasDeveloper: Eddy WebbEditor: Anita HagerArt Director and Book Design: Craig S GrantInterior Art: John Christopher, Marco Nelor, Federico PiattiCover Art: Erik JonesSupport the show
On this week's show, we... nerd out over all the cool bands we saw at Shaky Knees in Atlanta chat with the Chicago-based band Rookie spend quality time with new records from Arcade Fire & Trombone Shorty All this & much, much less! Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.
Every Wednesday is post punk and New Wave with your request. 12-2pm every Wednesday on The Danny Diess Show. This week featuring Eurythmics, Pat Benatar, Duran Duran, Berlin, The Ramones, Blondie, David Bowie, Devo, New Order, Depeche Mode, Talking Heads, Bauhaus, The Cure, Icicle Works, Siouxsie & The Banshees, Virgin Prunes, The Jam, Pixies, Talk Talk, Thompson Twins, The Smiths, INXS. Original Broadcast 5/11/2022.© Copyright Danny Diess
Chapter 302 - "Why Don't You Just Do It" ...as read by Mike McAllister of Power WolvesThis week we welcome Mike McAllister to the podcast! Mike is the former guitarist for nu-metal band Hospital. Mike is currently the frontman for Power Wolves, an 80's new wave inspired project. The band just released The Cure for Sleep on The Charon Collective. Mike talks about his love for Metallica, losing his love for writing heavy music, and the theme behind The Cure For Sleep.Pick up The Cure For Sleep digitally or on cd at https://thecharoncollective.bandcamp.com/album/the-cure-for-sleepYou can find Hospital's "Stare" at https://screaminggiant.bandcamp.com/album/stare----------Chapter 302 Music:Power Wolves - "Wild Awake"Hospital - "Feel This"Hospital - "Not Now"Power Wolves - "Warsaw"Power Wolves - "Heart of the Machine"---As The Story Grows links:Help out at PatreonATSG WebsiteATSG Music and MerchJoin the Email ListATSG FacebookEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNuP0_JUpT6DoIhhbGlwEYA?view_as=subscriber
Currently, the Bay Area is California's COVID hot spot. The good news? Fewer people are being hospitalized or dying from COVID, thanks to the vaccine and the increased availability of treatments. This wave might also be a window into what life will look like going forward, without the public health mandates we saw at the pandemic's peak. Guest: Lesley McClurg, KQED health correspondent Episode transcript This episode was produced by Maria Esquinca and Alan Montecillo, and hosted by Ericka Cruz Guevarra.
The freshly-named NEW WAVE are staring down the barrel of a hero review that could spell death, or at least interstellar embarrassment, if they don't get their act together; however, they've always struggled to train without heavy property and/or emotional damage. Will a little help from Asterion be just what they need, or are the vibes unsalvageable? Juno tries to play nice, Pate gets tactical, Pipa gets hands-on, and Luke makes it weird. Music by Perennial Sounds LLC
“I think one of the things that I've learned over time is that, you know, people associate legalization with freedom with like, ‘Oh my god, we get to do this and we get to do that.' And in reality, what's happened is legalization is a lot more regulation, and taxation, and rules, and limiting opportunity, limiting access.”- Jane WestWelcome back to the To Be Blunt podcast! In this episode, Shayda Torabi welcomes Jane West, one of the most prolific icons in the cannabis industry. From starting a passion project to sparking a movement, she shares the story of how Jane West the brand, the entrepreneur, and the activist came to be and how she continues to empower women and the cannabis community through her work.[00:01 – 10:05] The Woman Behind the Name[10:06 – 26:11] Using Her Voice to Create Spaces for Social Use and for Women[26:12 – 34:31] The Role of Celebrities, Influencers, and the Media in the Normalization of Cannabis[34:32- 47:49] Connecting Women in the Industry and Generating Value From What She Built[47:50 - 52:07] The Power of Speaking Out Against Misconceptions and Stereotypes[52:08 – 1:06:08] There's No Scarcity and A New Wave of Opportunities Will Come Jane West is an American cannabis activist and CEO of the cannabis lifestyle brand Jane West. She is best known as the founder of cannabis networking organization Women Grow. Connect with Jane West!Check out the Jane West website. Follow her on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook. Shayda Torabi has been called one of the most influential Women in WordPress and now she's one of the women leading the cannabis reformation conversation building one of Texas' premier CBD brands. She's currently the CEO and Co-Founder of RESTART CBD, a female-run education first CBD wellness brand. And has formerly held marketing positions at WP Engine and WebDevStudios. Shayda is the host of a podcast for cannabis marketers called To Be Blunt, where she interviews top cannabis brands on their most successful marketing initiatives. When Shayda's not building her cannabiz in Texas, you can find her on the road exploring the best hikes and spots for vegan ice cream. Follow Shayda at @theshaydatorabi Key Quote:“Organizing women, no matter what, is one of the steps, in my opinion, because I want to I talk about disparity. And that's what's happening. There's an obvious inequitable disparity in ownership and licensing but that goes deeper, because this entire playing board is broken.” - Jane West SPONSORSHIP is brought to you by Restart CBD. Check them out for your CBD needsLEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to join me for episodes featuring some serious cannabis industry by sharing this episode or click here to listen to past episodes RESTART CBDRESTART CBD is an education first CBD wellness brand shipping nationwide. restartcbd.comRESTART CBD RESTART CBD is an education first CBD wellness brand shipping nationwide. restartcbd.com
We've reached the Year of the Synthesizer. It's everywhere in 1982, from new wave-leaning rock to sleek R&B, and in every instance, it's creating a new sound of pop. The digital age is fully in place, and Hall of Songs is here to chronicle all of it and select our top-12 songs of the year. But while keyboards and drum machines create the rhythms of some of the year's biggest songs, a number of genres are making major moves toward the forefront. In this episode we'll also hear metal, rap, dance hall and country.After listening, go to hallofsongs.com and vote for the songs that you think are the best of the best. Ever.
Brandi joins Dave in this episode of The Dark Corner podcast and covers Doctor Strange and Strange New Worlds. First, we review the film, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. We like Russell Crowe's performance. Moreover, Brandi delights in seeing Paul Bettany. Furthermore, we acknowledge how Wrath of Khan must have borrowed from the series of novels. For the Dark Track, John Omen performs Strange Days, a cover of The Cure's A Strange Day. You can find this song on Tainted Candy: A tribute to 80's New Wave. This is one of many compilations presented by The Gothsicles. Additionally, we present a promo for the popular podcast, My Favorite Murder. In this double stuffed point, we first review Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. While we find the villain to be just another in a series of disappointing handlings of a MARVEL character, we celebrate Sam Raimi's adept direction. For instance, this film delves into horror and Raimi's experienced hand is evident. Also, we review the premier of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. It is perhaps the best first episode of any series of Star Trek. Moreover, we welcome the return to episodic storytelling in a live action format. Also, we enjoy the supporting cast as well as the leading characters. Furthermore, the comedy lands without undermining more serious parts of the story. Finally, we shout out to our friends on Twitter, @Fozziebare and @StainedSass.
Today's episode is a one-of-a-kind experience that combines storytelling, meditation and visualization to transport you to a world of luxury and success. Take this 8-minute ride into your subconscious and tap into the New Wave with us.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
The dynamic duo has returned. Chris joins Tim for this 27th election recap show, as they run down results and induct at least one track from the 1976-81 period into the Hall of Songs. Any more? You'll have to listen to find out. Plus, get Chris and Tim's Kentucky Derby picks.
Melbourne's Suburban Spell, also known as Peter Endall is a veteran of Australia's new wave, synthpop, post-punk scene since the 1980s. Formerly the keyboardist for the popular 80s Melbourne band, Schizo Scherzo, Suburban Spell was taken from a line in the 1986 Pet Shop Boys hit single, "Suburbia."Initially an instrumental project, Suburban Spell's debut single is called "Integration" from the self-titled album released in January 2021. Split Levels, the latest album release on February 14, 2022, is a title referring to the popular Mid-Century design style for Split Level Suburban homes. With Endall's fascination with architecture, the new album treats the "Split Level" aesthetic analogous to the suburban dichotomy, drawing heavily from the aesthetics of Brutalist architecture. You can also watch the video interview on my YouTube channel. https://suburbanspell.bandcamp.comSubscribe to my monthly mailing list for the latest music news, updates and my next interviews and events:http://eepurl.com/gtw6PPQUEEN OF WANDS with DJ Nocturna Every Saturday on ModSnap RadioKMOD: San Antonio"San Antonio's leading alternative streaming Radio Station since 2017"Listen : http://modsnapradio.comPlaylist and podcast: https://djnocturna.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DJNocturna2pm (HST), 5pm (PST), 6pm (MST), 7pm (CST), 8pm (EST)
This week Hooks & Runs revisits the 3,000 hit club discussion from last week and then dives into the Astros 2022 season after 23 games. The episode wraps with Andrew, Craig and Rex discussing their favorite "obscure" albums.Errata: The Astros used 32 pitchers in 2021. That Devo song is called "Jocko Homo." Rex's use of "NewWob" is actually "NWOBHM" and stands for New Wave of British Heavy Metal. Hooks & Runs - Website, Twitter, BuzzsproutCraig Estlinbaum on TwitterAndrew Eckhoff on Friendster (dead link)Rex von Pohl (Krazy Karl's Music Emporium) on FacebookOpening and closing music, "Caroline" by Craig Estlinbaum. All rights reserved.This podcast and this episode are copyright Craig Estlinbaum, 2022, all rights reserved.
Hey guys, welcome back to another podcast on the SELF-DVLPD Podcast! In this one I speak of the new wave of masculinity, triggering those around you and truly creating an impact. I hope this podcast is able to help and with that said I will catch you all in the next one, cheers! :)
What does it take to launch and maintain an e-com brand in the food niche? Nick Neve is an actor turned Amazon seller who created a successful e-commerce brand around healthy snacking. In this episode we explore the business model behind his Snack Box company, talk about the sometimes harsh realities of being a small business owner as well as discussing the food industry at large. And of course, it wouldn't be a New Wave episode without some discussions on philosophy, ayahuasca and other esoteric gems! Towards the end of this episode, pay particular attention to some great book recommendations! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
As broadcast April 28, 2022 with plenty of extra time for you to get ready to listen (for which we apologize). A tribute to Blondie to start the gig and mark the history, with "Heart of Glass" going #1 on this date in 1979, but you know how we do, so we played a little demo/b-side version of that jawn to start but still tip our caps. After that plenty of new funk & soul in the first hour, with new cuts from Ghost Funk Orchestra, Jazzanova, and Daniel Caesar to taste test, amongst other delectable delights. Hour two we saw Dan Lloyd join us once again with a "surprisingly good" week of rock from Viagra Boys, Beach Rats, and Mogwai to check and see. #feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)Blondie – Once I Had A Love (AKA The Disco Song)Ghost Funk Orchestra feat Ben Pirani – Can't Get Out Your Own Way (remix)Florencia Andrada – Dueños Del TerrorCarlton Jumel Smith feat Cold Diamond & Mink – Devoted To YouKraak & Smaak feat Izo FitzRoy – Sweet Time (Yuksek remix)Darius feat Devin Tracy – EASE YOUR MINDPart II (31:49)Daniel Caesar feat BADBADNOTGOOD – Please Do Not LeanJazzanova – Joy RoadBATTS feat Sharon Van Etten – BlueLydia Persaud – I Got YouJazz Is Dead – The AvenuesFela Kuti & Afrika 70 – Excuse-O (edit)Part III (61:47)Viagra Boys – Ain't No ThiefCave In – Blood SpillerBloc Party – If We Get CaughtTy Segall – Hello, HiEditors – Heart Attack Part IV (91:50)Beach Rats – Rat BeatPulley – Golden LifeSnuff – Hard TimesMoreish Idols – SpeedboatMogwai – BoltforJourney – You Got the Best of Me
durée : 00:28:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - Bauhaus : c'est du nom de la mythique école d'architecture de Walter Gropius - et de son esthétique épurée - que baptisèrent leur groupe quatre étudiants en art de Northampton en 1979. Bauhaus allait devenir l'un des groupes phares de cette scène "new wave" britannique qui succéda au mouvement punk.
This week's special two-parter episode spotlights a pair of upcoming must-see programs in New York City. In the first half, FC co-editors Devika Girish and Clinton Krute chat with the critic, scholar, and former Cahiers du Cinema editor Jean-Michel Frodon, who has curated a revelatory series for the Museum of Modern Art, “Forgotten Filmmakers of the French New Wave.” In an enlightening conversation, Jean-Michel tells us about the origins and mutations of the term nouvelle vague, the influence of the Algerian War and anti-colonial movements in that period, the intermixing of documentary and fiction in New Wave practice, and more. In the second part of the episode, Devika and Clint interview Inney Prakash, the founder of Prismatic Ground, a new festival for experimental documentary. Inney began Prismatic Ground last year amid the upheavals of the pandemic as an attempt to reimagine film festivals from a more radical, ethical, and global perspective. Inney discusses his curatorial philosophy, why it was important for him to have the festival stream online all over the world for free, and some highlights from this year's program, including The Afterlight by Charlie Shackleton, Declarations of Love by Tiff Rekem, Squish! by Tulapop Saenjaroen, and more. For links to films and more, check out the show notes at filmcomment.com
Mark Mothersbaugh is one of this era's most unique and prolific composers. Deeply aware of the ability of precise, multi-faceted artistic expression to deliver vital social commentary, he has perpetually challenged and redefined musical and visual boundaries. Mothersbaugh co-founded influential rock group DEVO, and then parlayed his avant-garde musical background into a leading role in the world of scoring for filmed and animated entertainment, interactive media and commercials.As an award winning composer, his credits include Thor: Ragnarok, Moonrise Kingdom, 21 Jump Street, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Enlightened, Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic, Pee Wee's Playhouse, and the hugely successful Rugrats television, stage and film franchise. Through his multimedia company, Mutato Muzika, Mark has scored hundreds of commercials. Mothersbaugh received the BMI Richard Kirk Award for Outstanding Career Achievement at the organization's 2004 Film/TV Awards.
EP102: The New Wave Manifesto Now that we're officially over 100 episodes, I wanted to lay out my fundamental beliefs about what's happening in the world today — and how you can surf the New Wave to prosperity, happiness and accomplishment.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Peak TV has hit a new peak where different points of convergence are driving diverse programming for consumption and streaming platforms have created a space to connect with new audiences. Guest Catherine Tait, the CEO of CBC, provides a glimpse into Canadian viewing habits, examples of how their content has successfully crossed borders, and how collaborations allow them to continue to compete in the content race.
There is a new wave of book bannings across the United States. Parent groups and local politicians have succeeded in having a number of books removed from school curriculums and libraries. We hear from Angela Wynn, a mother in Sarasota, Florida, who is fighting against book bans. We also hear from Jonathan Zimmerman, a professor of the History of Education at the University of Pennsylvania, and Michelle Arbuckle, co-chair of the Freedom of Expression Committee and Director of Member Engagement & Education at the Ontario Library Association.
In the second edition, Abby and Robbie dive deeper into what could be behind the new weaponized rhetoric of the right calling gay teachers and their political enemies 'groomers'. They discuss the disturbing trend of anti-LGBTQ legislation sweeping the country and what think tanks are behind the bills. As they discuss the organizations fueling this artificial culture war, strange associations emerge like Uyghur baseball teams, the 'Broken Windows Theory' and even the CIA. They wrap by discussing the history of LGBTQ repression in the US. Make sure to check out Part 1: Why Neoconservative Zionist Ron DeSantis is Called a Populist & Florida's Silly Symphony https://bit.ly/3kqczEi Patreon subscribers at the $5 tier get access to an exclusive bonus episode per month. www.patreon.com/mediarootsradio FOLLOW // twitter.com/AbbyMartin // twitter.com/FluorescentGrey //
Last week's 80s New Wave extended versions episode was so popular we decided to do it again. This time a continuous hour of 90s songs. You will hear such artists as Blur, Luscious Jackson, Depeche Mode, The Cult, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Duran Duran, Garbage, New Order, U2, Sneaker Pimps. On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio * 5pm Friday * * 10am Sunday * * 8pm Monday * Stream live at http://188.8.131.52:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ Twitter: @SUBedford1051 Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio Instagram: SuburbanUnderground And available on demand on your favorite podcast app!
Welcome to 1981. It's a year that marks some big changes in the music and pop culture landscape. For one, everything sounds so crystal clear and digital this year. Plus, "Ladies and gentlemen ... rock 'n' roll." MTV debuts and completely shifts everything, from how we look at music to what songs actually chart. Tim and Chris talk about 1981 and pick their top-12 songs from the year that was. After listening, go to hallofsongs.com and vote for the songs that you think are the best of the best. Ever.
In today's segment, we discuss more pestilence that is breaking out around the Globe as well as more warnings from economists and global leaders regarding the perfect storm of events and disasters taking place that is accelerating global famine.
Actor and singer Charlotte Gainsbourg talks about turning the camera on her famous mother, Jane Birkin, in her new documentary, Jane by Charlotte. Hoodo Hersi, one of the comedians featured on the latest season of CBC Gem's The New Wave of Standup, tells us the trick to weaving heavy topics like race and religion into her jokes. Filmmaker Alain Gomis talks about his documentary, Rewind & Play, which sheds new light on the jazz legend Thelonious Monk. Composer Vincent Ho discusses his new collection, The Twelve Chinese Zodiac Animals, which has five pieces featured in the Royal Conservatory of Music's sixth edition of Celebration Series piano books.