'Yeah, uh, dark hair. Answers to the name "Stevie". Um, kind of looks like a vampire. A little skittish when approached. Um, you know, I don't want to tell you how to do your job, but if you have a taser, you may want to use it.'Consider supporting the show on PatreonFollow and interact with us on FacebookFollow us on InstagramIn our latest episode, Paul can't remember Twyla's name, Carla thinks Michael York is 'hot', and we both give Cabaret (1972) two thumbs...kinda sideways. Style your hair like Eddie Munster, don't forget your phone if you leave town, and join us as we wrap up season 5 of Schitt's Creek and discuss, Life is a Cabaret!Top 10 Rankings so far:Carla1. S2, Ep. 1: Finding David2. S1, Ep. 1: Our Cup Runneth Over3. S2, Ep. 13: Happy Anniversary4. S4, Ep. 6: Open Mic5. S3, Ep. 13: Grad Night6. S1, Ep. 13: Town For Sale7. S4, Ep. 9: The Olive Branch8. S4, Ep 12: Singles Week9. S5, Ep. 9: The M.V.P.10. S5, Ep, 13: The HikePaul1. S1, Ep. 1: Our Cup Runneth Over2. S2, Ep 13: Happy Anniversary3. S2, Ep. 1: Finding David4. S3, Ep. 12: Friends & Family5. S3, Ep. 13: Grad Night6. S4, Ep. 13: Merry Christmas, Johnny Rose7. S5, Ep. 9: The M.V.P.8. S5, Ep, 13: The Hike9. S1, Ep. 9: Carl's Funeral10. S1, Ep. 13: Town For Sale
Your pop culture update: Does Netflix smash The Sandman only make sense if you're a comics geek? Super-producer Danger Mouse's return to hip hop leaves our panel “totally blown away.” And why does Trainwreck: Woodstock '99 leave such a nasty taste in the mouth? Music business writer Eamonn Forde joins Alex and Andrew. Complete our listener survey for a chance to win a Bunker t-shirt: https://bit.ly/3zFSySB “Tom Sturridge as Dream has an incredibly striking look, like a terribly deprived version of Bernard from Black Books…” – Eamonn Forde “Sandman puts a bunch of myths in a bag and shakes them.” – Alex Andreou “This is a fantastic album… Danger Mouse has done Pop 101 for hip hop and just written bangers.” – Eamonn Forde Get yer free opera classics: https://www.mariacallasmuseum.org/_cetra/cetra.htm Hear all the music on our rolling playlists. Spotify: https://bit.ly/CultBunk Tidal: https://tidal.com/browse/playlist/77075591-255c-47eb-9062-815c4dd469ef Presented and produced by Andrew Harrison and Alex Andreou. Audio production by Alex Rees. Theme music: ‘Bunker Theme (Juntos Mix)' by Kenny Dickinson. Co-produced by Jelena Sofronijevic. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. The Culture Bunker is a Podmasters production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 135: Kody Templeman of Sack, Teenage Bottlerocket, and The Lillingtons talks to us about How To Maintain a Perfect Body, Sack's Origin Story, Larping & Jughead's Days with D&D, The Patino Brothers and Sack Recording The New Record Ripper, Lillingtons & Weasels In A Box, The Demise of Panic Button Records, Pop & Soda & Soda Pop, plus much much metal minded man more more more!www.jugheadsbasementpodcast.comSack's New Record at Red Scare
We'll tell you for sure that one song got into the Hall of Songs from our recent election, the 32nd overall. But two? In the 1980s? Is it possible?Listen to get the full results of the latest vote. You'll hear what happens to songs like current smash hit "Running Up That Hill" and former smash hit "Bette Davis Eyes" ... and everything in between.
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Episode 6 of the Challenge USA stars with Survivor vs Survivor and ends with a fan favorite packing their bags. Join Paige with special guests Dylan and Talik as they talk about the daily challenge, the elimination, algorithm, and who their MVPs are. Plus Paige and the guests have fun discussing who they want to go in a hall brawl with and who they would want as a partner.Don't forget to enter the giveaway on IG!!SHOP MERCH NOW. https://mostlikelytwopod.myshopify.com/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/pretty_pettyxIGhttps://www.instagram.com/mostlikelytwopod Follow Talik on IG:https://www.instagram.com/talik.monoe Mental Health Check In Podcasthttps://open.spotify.com/show/1porqI7utYbZe5PXmIZ6NDFollow Dylan on IGhttps://www.instagram.com/thedylandeckardhttps://www.instagram.com/chillinwithdylanpod TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/dylan.deckard Medium: https://thedylandeckard.medium.com/ Chillin with Dylan Podcasthttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/chillin-with-dylan/id1527920678https://open.spotify.com/show/4R0kOhESxHR8VHMAOTcAxW Manscaped: Use PETTYX20 for 20% offwww.manscaped.com Cooper & Brooke Use Code: Paige for $$ offwww.cooperandbrooke.com Special Thanks to hexbeautylab.com and BenSound.com
Chapter 325 - "I'm Trying Not To Be Naive" ...as read by Bella RiosToday we welcome future pop star Bella Rios to the podcast! Bella talks about her love for classic rock and the journey she took to find her unique sound and voice as an artist. She also talks about school and keeping herself grounded as she navigate life in the music industry.Check out Bella's music at https://open.spotify.com/artist/3o2bhNkfO238PkmWAxB47Z?si=2Nj4SC5oTz-6Q5S6H6PUSg----------Chapter 325 Music:Bella Rios - "Calm Down"Bella Rios - "Bitter"Bella Rios - "Reveries"Bella Rios - "By The Water"---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
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Welcome back villagers! It's that time of year again, time for back to school transitions, childcare transitions and tackling the big emotions that come with big changes. In this 5 episode mini series we will be diving into the tools you'll need as a parent, caregiver or teacher preparing to help a child with a fall transition. In today's final episode we'll chat about the routines to put in place and what to expect once this is underway! Thank you for joining us for this mini series! Pop on over to instagram and follow us for more tips, ask your follow up questions in the comments and tag us in your back to school posts! We'd love to be a part of your journey. Love this podcast? Scroll down to leave a review! I read every one and they fill my heart with joy. Connect with us on: Instagram: Tiny Humans, Big Emotions (@seed.and.sew) Podcast page: Voices of Your Village Music by: Bensound
A new study shows that millennials are not drinking the beer brands that their parents had. This leads to an interesting conversation about the brands people carry over from their parents and which they've branched away from.
In the Season 3 premiere of Purse First, Pierre and Sesali discuss GloRilla and friends, Nicki Minaj being exposed, Saucy Santana's glow up, HBO's Rap Sh!t, and the rollout and controversy surrounding Beyoncé's RENAISSANCE album. They are joined by Queens native, Dai Burger to talk about creativity and hip-POP. Check out our write ups in ESSENCE and HelloBeautiful! https://www.essence.com/entertainment/how-purse-first-is-breaking-up-the-boys-club-of-hip-hop-commentary/ https://hellobeautiful.com/3664440/sesali-bowen-purse-first-podcast/ Support the show by joining our Patreon! Follow Purse First on Instagram | Twitter
En el año 2002 volvió a reunirse la formación original de The Blasters, Phil Alvin (voz), John Bazz (bajo), Dave Alvin (guitarra) y Bill Bateman (batería). El 13 de agosto de 2003 ofrecieron un concierto en el Galaxy Theatre de Santa Ana en donde contaron con Gene Taylor, pianista de sus primeros álbumes, con Sony Burguess y Billy Boy Arnold como estrellas invitadas, y con coistas de The Calvanes y The Medallions –legendarias bandas del doo wop de Los Angeles-. La actuación fue registrada y editada en el álbum “Live going home”, el disco que protagoniza esta nueva entrega de la serie “En Directo”. Playlist (todas las canciones del álbum “Live Going Home”); (sintonía) THE BLASTERS “Marie Marie” THE BLASTERS “Real Rock drive” THE BLASTERS “Border Radio” THE BLASTERS “Crazy baby THE BLASTERS “Help you dream” THE BLASTERS “Have mercy baby” THE BLASTERS “No other girl” THE BLASTERS “Don’t you lie to me” THE BLASTERS “So long baby goodbye” THE BLASTERS “Red headed woman” THE BLASTERS “Wandering eye” THE BLASTERS “American music” THE BLASTERS “One bad stud” THE BLASTERS “Flip flop and fly” Escuchar audio
Heute gehts um Kommerz.... wtf?! Machst du kommerzielle Musik? Ist dir das wichtig? Hast du dir darüber schon mal Gedanken gemacht? Willst du Geld, viel Geld verdienen oder ist es dir wichtiger, dich selbst zu verwirklichen? Wenns ums Geld geht scheiden sich ja bekanntlich die Geister aber was möchtest du denn eigentlich? Was ist dir wichtiger? Viel Spaß mit dieser Folge Eure Barbara
Fireboy DML Live on Afrobeats Podcast Fireboy DM is Live On Afrobeats Podcast episode 72 with adesope Live, We brought you the best of the best Afro, African and Afrobeats Artistes, now is time to have a chat with Fireboy DM. Nobody does it better than Adesope on Afrobeats Podcast when it comes to exclusive interviews, Content & BTS with the heavy weights. You don't want to miss out on this. Every Week New Episode, Listen to @Afrobeats Podcast 24/7 ►INSTAGRAM : https://bit.ly/3N04TFE , @adesope.olajide - https://bit.ly/3LUFsUx ►SPOTIFY : https://spoti.fi/3x2rURI ►GOOGLE : https://g.co/kgs/V4ceGL ►APPLE PODCAST : https://apple.co/3PRpeP4 ►TWITTER : https://bit.ly/3LZqrAI ►AUDIOMACK : https://audiomack.com/afrobeats-podcast ►YOUTUBE : https://bit.ly/2LG5UbH ►DEEZER PODCAST : https://www.deezer.com/en/show/2367332 ►SOUNDCLOUD : https://bit.ly/3t4jZSy Managed by Lm media https://bit.ly/38sZ84c
In a recent video on the Pints with Aquinas channel, Gregory Pine, O.P. voiced his concern that mass entertainment, particularly music and movies, is often an obstacle to achieving the heavenly end of contemplation for which we are made. What is noteworthy is that unlike the typical Catholic commentary on pop culture, Fr. Pine does not focus so much on the moral content of music and movies as how their very form affects us bodily, psychologically and spiritually. In this discussion inspired by Fr. Pine's points, host Thomas Mirus and filmmaker Nathan Douglas specify some elements of music and film which are obstacles to the contemplative life, but also suggest how, rather than simply eschewing music and movies, we can engage with better art in a deeper way which serves the contemplative end of man. Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 6:31 Fr. Pine video recap 11:08 Risks of treating media as “junk food” rather than demanding better media 14:44 Cultivating openness to more artistic films 17:31 Discursive reasoning is not the highest mode of contemplation 20:26 Music is the most simply contemplative art form 22:58 The relation of film to reality 25:13 Advertising and glossiness in modern cinema 29:38 Problem with putting Catholic content into Hollywood forms 31:28 A film's editing rhythm can hinder contemplation 38:24 Learning intuitively to tell hackwork from good craft 42:15 Rhythmic excitement doesn't equal mediocrity 46:23 Conclusion of film discussion 48:02 Applying Augustine's theory of evil as privation to art 49:34 The necessity of both lower and higher forms of music 55:46 In what sense should Catholics “engage with pop culture”? 59:33 Pop music dominated by computers, focused on lyrics, lack of melody 1:07:53 The personal element in art 1:12:08 Music, the senses, and contemplation beyond words 1:18:22 Music's stimulation of the body 1:22:45 Using music to indulge emotions 1:27:09 Can music be “immoral”? 1:32:06 Mistaking slow for good in film 1:34:11 Educating the faithful for artistic depth 1:43:50 Can sense images serve the spiritual life? 1:49:18 What music communicates about reality 1:56:20 There's no formula for beauty 2:01:08 Simple receptivity to God's beauty 2:03:54 Recommended resources Resources: Fr. Gregory Pine, “I stopped listening to music.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVh4rHubNOc Elizabeth-Paule Labat, The Song That I Am: On the Mystery of Music https://litpress.org/Products/MW040P/The-Song-That-I-Am Etienne Gilson, The Arts of the Beautiful https://www.amazon.com/Arts-Beautiful-Scholarly-Etienne-Gilson/dp/1564782506 Criteria: The Catholic Film Podcast https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/category/criteria CCP #126: How Charlie Parker's Music Changed My Life https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/126-how-charlie-parker-changed-my-life CCP #28: An Introduction to Maritain's Poetic Philosophy w/ Samuel Hazo https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/episode-28-introduction-to-maritains-poetic-philosophy-samuel-hazo Nathan Douglas, The Vocation of Cinema https://vocationofcinema.substack.com Fr. Pine's lecture on literature referenced by Nathan https://soundcloud.com/thomisticinstitute/literature-as-philosophy-fr-gregory-pine-op This podcast is a production of CatholicCulture.org. If you like the show, please consider supporting us! http://catholicculture.org/donate/audio
Leni aus dem ENERGY HOMERUN stattet und heute einen Besuch ab und verbündet sich gleich mal mit Kevin. Neben Hochzeits-Talk gibt's aber auch tolle neue Musik von Nicki Minaj, Maddie Zahm, Nina Cuba, Ed Sheeran and many more!
Join Earth's Mightiest Critics as we go to hell and back for a 25th anniversary review of Spawn!When covert government operative Al Simmons (Michael Jai White) is fatally betrayed during his latest mission, he makes a deal with the devil to return to Earth. As expected, things go horribly wrong, and he is resurrected as a not-quite-superhero fighting against other agents of the damned--as well as the humanity he'd left behind!Mark A. Z. Dippe's big-screen adaptation of Todd McFarlane's blockbuster indie comic is as much of a mixed bag as everyone remembers--but there's still lots to dig into a quarter-century later. In this wide-ranging acid trip down memory lane, the panel talks 90s comics; 90s movies; soundtracks to 90s movies; Cannon Films; and how that long-rumored Spawn remake might work--or not!Show Links:Watch the Spawn trailer.See why Ian has sworn off new Superhero movies and TV shows for a year.Bonus: Check out Mike Crowley's take on the Spawn movie and animated series at You'll Probably Agree.And check out this ScreenRant interview with Spawn creator Todd McFarlane from San Diego Comic-Con 2022 (mentioned in the show)!Support all of Earth's Mightiest Critics at their various outlets:Follow David Fowlie's film criticism at Keeping It Reel.Get educated with Don Shanahan at Every Movie Has a Lesson…...and 25YL...and the Cinephile Hissy Fit Podcast.Check out Mark "The Movie Man" Krawczyk's The Spoiler Room Podcast.Make Nice with Mike Crowley of You'll Probably Agree.Keep up with Annie Banks at Chuck Load of Comics....and MoviewebAnd stir things up with Will Johnson of the Cinephile Hissy Fit Podcast.Subscribe to, like, and comment on the Kicking the Seat YouTube channel!
On this episode Kimberly Garner is joined by Crystal Larsen and Kendra Capehart. Crystal is Kim's new boss and Kendra is Crystal's in house hair and makeup artist. Yes, that is confusing but they will explain! Take these 3, add champagne and microphones and you can't predict what you might get. The conversation floats between high school memories and what they are all doing now. Pop that champagne and get ready for this episode of Bourbon and Bokeh!
Guateque playero a ritmo de 60’s rocknroll. Una sesión en donde bailaremos en la arena, cogeremos olas, tocaremos bongos, abriremos cervezas y nos deleitaremos observando músculos, bañadores o preciosos bikinis. Playlist; (sintonía) THE BEACHCOMBERS “The wheelie” ANNETE “Beach party” CITY SURFERS “Beach ball”” WAYNE HOLLERS “Dancing in the sand” RENE AND RAY “Surfboard” BIKINI BEACH CAST “Bikini beach” SPINNERS “Surfer monkey” SURFSIDERS “When I grow up” LARRY BRIGHT “Surfin’ queen” BRUCE JOHNSTON “Maztland” THE FOUR DIMENSIONS “Sand surfin’” THE GONZOS “Church key” THE BIKINIS “Bikini” RICKY DEAN “Bikini” HOUND DOGS “Beach girl” THE SURFETTES “Sammy the sidewalk surfer” THE BEACH BOYS and THE HONEYS “Runaway with me” THE BEACH BOYS “Alley oop” RONNIE AND THE DAYTRONAS “Beach Boy” THE SUPERSTOCKS “Muscle beach party” DAVID GATES “Okie surfer” BOB KEENE ORCHESTRA “Twist and freeze” RICKY DEAN “Little Betty limbo” CLIFF RICHARDS “On the beach” BOBBY DARIN with SHORTY LONG ORCHESTRA “Beachcomber” DAVE MYERS and the SURFTONES “Aquavelva” Escuchar audio
Take a chance on stupidity, and have a seat come ride with us this week as we deep dive the 2022 banger by Home Grown - it's Kings of Pop y'all! We enlist the help of @salciaart and we dissect Kings of Pop track by track and rank our favorite songs. Give it up and listen along! Be sure to follow us on all social media @HSNEpod and visit http://www.hsnepod.com for official merchandise and more! Join in the conversation on our official Discord https://discord.gg/b3AdrAYURm High School Never Ends is a part of the Dragon Wagon Radio independent podcast network. www.dragonwagonradio.com
In this episode, Mike is joined by Coach Mel (aka Coach Bae) and the two discuss the importance of putting yourself first so you can show up for the people you care about. We often believe that putting everyone else's needs before our own is valuable to those we love and support. However, the reality is that we're doing them a disservice when our own needs come last. Not only do you end up losing yourself in the process but you also don't give them the person they deserve you to be. Tune in so you can put an end to putting yourself last!The POP Supplement store is officially here! Choose between Neurotype bundles or individual products that are designed to prime your brain and body for optimal results!CLICK HERE.Our newest sponsor, Cured Nutrition is offering 20% off all of their products! The only exception is their drinks and bundles. Get the best quality CBD products on the market to help with sleep, stress, and overall well-being. Visit - https://www.curednutrition.com/?rfsn=6745101.eee1d3Want 20% off any Organifi product? This is an exclusive offer for Mind Over Macros listeners. Simply go to organifi.com/popfam and save 20% off any of their amazing products like green juice or red juice, both of which Mike uses and mentions in this episode.Click here to take advantage of this offer!------------------------------------------------Click here to apply for coaching!To understand the secrets to longterm success and your own individual needs, download the audio version of The Personality Diet.Get your copy here!!For some amazing resources and to be a part of a badass community, join our FB group HEREThe FREE personality assessment is now available online! Click here to take the assessment and find out what your personality tells us about the way you should be training and eating.Take the assessment here!To learn more about Neurotyping, visit www.neurotypetraining.comFollow Mike on IG at @coach_mike_millnerLearn more about POP at www.peakoptimizationperformance.com
Pop the Perrier and get ready for details about Lala and 50 Cent's reunion and how that went down along with a little tea from #PumpRules filming! Lala & Jess also discuss Teresa Giudice's wedding and $10k hairdo, Lala's first sexy time post-break up, BravoCon, Give Them Lala Beauty, and the color currently giving Lala “all the vibes!” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Changüí is a little understood, loose and lively, community-based music of eastern Cuba. In this program we sample recordings from the 2021 box set Changüí: The Sound of Guantánamo, and hear from Gianluca Tramontana, the man who made the recordings. Rooted in Afro-Haitian music, pan-Caribbean styles, Spanish poetic traditions and more, Changüí emerged in the mid 19th century in plantations, not unlike the blues. We also hear from musician and scholar Ben Lapidus, author of the only English language book on Changüí, and we update the story with Changüí fusions into jazz, salsa and hip-hop. Prepare to dance! Produced by Banning Eyre in 2021 APWW #840
Geek Girl Riot's got the new streaming content on lock, talking: The Sandman, Never Have I Ever, Uncoupled, The Bear, Inu-Oh, and Partner Track. Our Rioters also take a moment to pay tribute to Olivia Newton-John, Nichelle Nichols, Bill Russell, and Mary Alice.
When Siama Matazungidi first heard soukous music on the radio in Kinshasa, Congo, it was as if the keys to a technicolor world of sound had landed in his lap. Though Siama's father wanted him to pursue the pious (and stable) life of priesthood, it was the guitar that became his place of prayer, and the dream of soukous stardom his calling. Of course, the pathway to manifesting a dream is never without detours and diversions. This is the story of Siama reaching beyond himself to create African music in America that connects audiences across time, traditions and generations. Produced and narrated by Abë Levine.
Amputation Capital is a comic currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter. Published by TPub Comics, Amputation Capital posits a world in which celebrities and influencers sell off their body parts in order to hang onto what little fame they have once the shine of the spotlight ceases to illuminate them. It’s a comic that happens to be […]
Segunda entrega dedicada a repasar la discografía en solitario de The Sadies, la genial banda canadiense que dio forma a un sonido propio con una personal fusión de country, psicodelia, surf o garage. Con los fantásticos discos “Stories often told” (2002), “Favourite colours” (2004) y “New seasons” (2007) el grupo comandado por los hermanos Good alcanzó un reconocimiento y respeto del que ya nunca se desprendieron. Playlist; (sintonía) THE SADIES “Lay down your arms” (Stories often told, 2002) THE SADIES “Oak ridges” (Stories often told, 2002) THE SADIES “The stories often told” (Stories often told, 2002) THE SADIES “A1” (Stories often told, 2002) THE SADIES “Such a little world” (Stories often told, 2002) THE SADIES “Of our land” (Stories often told, 2002) THE SADIES “Northumberland West” (Favourite colours, 2004) THE SADIES “Translucent sparrow” (Favourite colours, 2004) THE SADIES “1000 Cities falling (part 1)” (Favourite colours, 2004) THE SADIES “Why be so curious? (part 3)” (Favourite colours, 2004) THE SADIES “A good flying day” (Favourite colours, 2004) THE SADIES “Only you and your eyes” (Favourite colours, 2004) THE SADIES “Yours to discover” (New seasons, 2007) THE SADIES “What’s left behind” (New seasons, 2007) THE SADIES “Sunset to dawn” (New seasons, 2007) THE SADIES “My heart of wood” (New seasons, 2007) THE SADIES “Anna Leigh” (New seasons, 2007) THE SADIES “A simple aspiration” (New seasons, 2007) THE SADIES “The trial” (New seasons, 2007) Escuchar audio
Hoy escuchamos: True Enemy: My own fate, On the verge, Interlude, Six feet under, All of them, I'm not afraid, Lonely and cold, The wolf bites back. Gilipojazz: Tupa tupa, Iker me debe un café, Payasos, Erzuín, Afinación I, Sandwich. Escuchar audio