01. Titanium (feat. Sia) (David Guetta & MORTEN Future Rave Extended Mix) 02. Daddy_s_Groove_-_Friends03. Shouse 'Love Tonight' (David Guetta Extended Remix) [Hell Beach ONELOVE Recordings]04. Farruko - Pepas (David Guetta Remix extended)05. David Guetta & MORTEN - Dreams (feat Lanie Gardner) (extended)06. Vintage Culture & Alok - Domino (feat. Oxia) [Extended Mix][CONTROVERSIA]07. Nicky Romero - Love Me Better (Extended Mix) [Protocol Recordings]08. Brannco, Viktor Mora, Dani Vellocet - Runaway (Extended Mix) [Sosumi Records]09. Kideko & Saffron Stone - The Music (Kideko Remix) [Extended] 10. Robin Aristo - This Sound (Extended Mix) [Sosumi Records]11. Truth x Lies - Wanted (Extended Mix)12. Tube & Berger - Higher Love (feat. Nuala) [Extended Mix][SP DEEP]13. GotSome featuring The Get Along Gang - Bassline (Ruben Lasala Extended Remix)14. ATFC & Gene Farris - The Payoff (Extended Mix) 15. Artemesia - Bits And Pieces (Matt Smallwood Extended Remix) [Armada Music]
01. Eleganto, Loozbone, Denis - Make You Dance 02. Redfield - Don't Stop 03. Almero, Jodie Knight - Starlight 04. Dombresky - Used To Be 05. Kream, Bemende, Millean - What You've Done To Me 06. Maddow, Manela - In Control 07. Galantis, David Guetta, Little Mix, Tchami - Heartbreak Anthem 08. Dot N Life, Brillabongs - Lose Your Mind 09. Dubbel Drop - Ecstasy 10. Solardo, Paul Woolford, Pamela Fernandez, Oliver Held - Tear It Up 11. Tube & Berger, Nuala - Higher Love 12. Kplr, Feb - Gettin' Closer 13. Jay-Z, Beyonce, Retrovision - Crazy In Love 14. Hina - Never Wanna Say 15. Plastik Funk, Greg Dela, Nazzereene - Magnets 16. Ewave, Jaxomy - Rise Up 17. Tom Budin - Hot In The Club 18. Zootah, Rave Radio - Take Over 19. Nicky Romero - Love Me Better 20. Don Diablo - Eyes Closed 21. Husky, Mr. V - We Rave Tonight 22. Don'T Blink - Sensation 23. Where It'S Att - Pull Up 24. Ryan Coss, Dalic - Dream 25. Funkerman, Nadia Gattas - Bad Things 26. Black V Neck, Dipzy - Pain And Pleasure 27. Space Rangers, Danny Quest - Poppin 28. Tiesto, Killfake - MONEY 29. Morgan Page, Lights - Turn Off My Mind 30. Faith & Raptures - Believe 31. 7 Skies - Pressure 32. Bougenvilla, Mairee, Nathalie Blue - Bad Option 33. Cassimm - Just Freaking 34. Marten Horger, Donkong - Ah Lord 35. Dirtyloud - Boogie 36. Hugo Doche - Take Me Up 37. Nuzb - No Rush 38. Sofi Tukker, John Summit, Claptone - Sun Came Up
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This week we sit down with Bryce Wood from Colorado's Alchemy Bicycles to discuss the companies' titanium and carbon gravel bikes. Presenting Sponsor: Competitive Cyclist. Code THEGRAVELRIDE for 15% off Support the podcast Join The Ridership Automated Transcription (please excuse the typos): Alchemy Bicycles [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: [00:00:05] Hello and welcome to the gravel rod podcast. I'm your host Craig Dalton. This week on the podcast, we have Bryce wood from alchemy bikes in Colorado. You may recognize Bryce's voice from my Sea Otter Roundup episode, where I got to know the brand a little bit, but I was certainly curious to dig deeper. So I was happy to have him on for a full show. [00:00:27] Before we jump in, I need to thank this week. Sponsor competitive cyclist. 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Welcome to the show. [00:03:29] Bryce Wood: Thanks for having me. I'm really excited to be here. [00:03:32] Craig Dalton: Yeah, definitely. Ever since our brief conversation at , I've been super excited to get you on board and just learn a little bit more about the alchemy brand. You're done some super interesting stuff in gravel. [00:03:44] So why don't we just start by a little bit of the backstory of alchemy. [00:03:49] Bryce Wood: Yeah. So alchemy was founded in 2008 in Austin, Texas by Ryan who still owns the company still comes into the office every day. And there he met our designer and engineer. Matt met shoes that they aligned on. [00:04:05] You know what they wanted to do in the bike industry. And Matt was a crit racing and as a six foot four, 230 pounds guy, he was having a hard time finding frames that were rigid enough for him and could support him during that kind of a race. So he was really interested in building his own frame. [00:04:27] And so that's how alchemy got its start. Moved to Denver, Colorado, where we currently are about two years after the fact. So we've been here in Denver for a little over a decade. And this is where we. Design and produce manufacturer and also bring customers in to have that experiences is all right here in Denver. [00:04:49] So we're really fortunate to have the Colorado people supporting us [00:04:54] Craig Dalton: super interesting. So of those first bikes that were made, were they manufacturing out of steel or titanium or carbon at that? [00:05:01] Bryce Wood: So Matt was actually doing he was experimenting with a wet carbon play app. And those were the first carbon bikes that he produced, not really under an alchemy badge. [00:05:10] We started building out a metal and a carbon fiber is a more expensive and In depth product to work with, you need a lot of specialized tooling. And it's relatively expensive. So carbon fiber didn't come until a few years into Alchemy's existence. [00:05:29] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that's super interesting. [00:05:30] Yeah. I feel like the number of people. Manufacturing with carbon in the us is pretty small. So I was super excited when I learned that you were doing that in Colorado. So can you walk through the sort of carbon fiber construction process that you're using on the frames? [00:05:48] Bryce Wood: We do everything here starting with a CAD rendering. So we designed the frame, make sure that it looks good to us on a computer screen. After that we're gonna 3d print out a model so that we can hold in our hands and make sure that we've got the design cues that we're looking for. Everything is where it needs to be. [00:06:07] From there we do a pre preg carbon construction. So we get sheets of unidirectional carbon on our large rolls. And we use the CNC plotter to cut those sheets into shapes that we can lay up. So we use, different orientations of the fibers for different components. We build all the. [00:06:28] The frames in a tube to construction so that we can change the carbon layup of a change day or a bottom bracket shell, which needs to be really rigid. And that layup is going to be very different from the seat stays are the top two or the down or the C2 where we need compliance. So building in that tube to tube construction, really not only allows us to offer a custom geometry really easily, but also allows us. [00:06:55] Tune and dial in the ride, feel of that bike to a degree that we don't see from a lot of manufacturers, [00:07:03] Craig Dalton: are you alternating some of the sort of tube dimensions or the layups on a size by size basis? [00:07:10] Bryce Wood: So how we have it Plotted out for like our Atlas line on the Ronin line is we make these tubes extra long and then we can MITRE them down and MITRE them in different angles to create a unique geometries for the new rogue. [00:07:29] It's a little bit of a different venture for us. We're doing an advanced monocoque construction where there's. Tube the tube, but there are less components. So like the down tube and head chamber are one piece that allows us to have less junctions, which means less weights and more strength. [00:07:48] But it means that we do need different sized molds for every different sized frame. [00:07:54] Craig Dalton: Gotcha. On that tube to tube construction, how has, how are the tubes bonded together? [00:08:00] Bryce Wood: Yeah, the tubes are bonded through an overwrapping process. So basically we put a very fine layer of a proxy that holds the tubes together. [00:08:09] Once they've been mitered and put into a jig to hold the geometry in place, and then we take Dozens of sheets of carbon. And we wrapped them in different orientations to join those tubes together. After they'd been wrapped, they go into a vacuum bag and then into a large oven and they're cured in that oven so that those overwrap pieces become part of the frame itself. [00:08:37] Interesting. [00:08:37] Craig Dalton: And then once that process is done, is there like sanding and finish work that happens on carbon. [00:08:44] Bryce Wood: Yeah, there is. So we use we, we machine our own molds and house and we use a silicone and latex bladder. So we get really good compression out of our tubes and they come out of the molds extremely smooth, the overwrap process that vacuum bag tends to add a little bit of texture on those wrapped surfaces. [00:09:05] And we do need to sand those to be. [00:09:08] Craig Dalton: Got it. Got it. Thanks for that. I, I think about carbon fiber as more of that model. Production process and less. You know what you've described, which is really interesting. It for me it share it. I start thinking about the visuals of, it's steel or titanium frame building process, where you're putting it in a jig and you're bonding and you're welding them all together. [00:09:27] So it's interesting and clear to me and hopefully the listener. You can really make a lot of adjustments pretty easily in the process by having those tube forms that are a little bit longer and just chop them down and MITRE them to the appropriate size for what the customer's looking for. [00:09:44] Bryce Wood: Yeah. It's definitely unique. And. And you don't see that in, in any mass produced frames, it's all going to be a monocot construction, which is easy to produce. And you can to a certain degree still tune those tubes to do what you want them to. You add different layers here. And there but you lose the ability to do that custom geometry, which is something that our customers, I think really value and something that is one of the pillars that we built alchemy on. [00:10:12] And we'll do that forever. [00:10:14] Craig Dalton: Yeah. It's certainly rather unique that you can get a carbon fiber frame custom fitted to your own personal specifications. [00:10:23] Bryce Wood: Yeah, there's really only a few companies in the country doing that. So we're really happy to be helping to lead that charge. [00:10:31] Craig Dalton: Let's talk a little bit more about Alchemy's journey. You mentioned that the co-founders started out by building road bikes or criteria bikes to fit their needs, and eventually started to offer them under the alchemy brand. At what point did it start to expand to the mountain bike and gravel road? [00:10:47] Bryce Wood: As soon as we noticed that there was a market for gravel we dove into that head first. So we, we offered pretty early on a true gravel bike, not just a cyclocross frame that we build as a gravel bike, but a true gravel frame. That took on all the cues in design and performance that people were looking for out of that discipline. [00:11:11] Mountain bikes came because. A lot of us rode mountain bikes and we really wanted to be able to have something under us that for our company name and that's actually really taken off and become probably the biggest department at alchemy is our Arcos mountain bike. [00:11:29] Craig Dalton: Yeah. [00:11:30] Interesting. I imagine. One sitting there in Colorado understood pretty hard, pretty darn hard to not want to build a mountain bike being in that location. And to imagine, as far as the mountain bike landscape goes again, being able to offer these custom capabilities for the bike is pretty unique in this space. [00:11:49] Bryce Wood: We've found that there's not a lot of demand for custom mountain frames. The bike itself and the discipline itself is so dynamic. It's not like a road or gravel where you find yourself in a stagnant position for long amounts of time. You're always pivoting and and moving on the bike and. [00:12:12] That combined with your suspension means that there's not a huge demand for it. We still offer custom geometry on our hard tail mountain bikes, because that's a little bit more similar to the road in gravel side of things. But we are not currently offering custom geometry on the full suspension, carbon Pikes. [00:12:30] Craig Dalton: Understood. So on the gravel bike, you mentioned, you saw the trend beginning and you started to design a bike specific for gravel. Can you talk about some of those design considerations in the original bike and was that original bike? The Ronan, [00:12:45] Bryce Wood: The original bike was actually the eighth on a map bike. [00:12:48] We wanted it to not be as, as. As a cyclocross bike or a road bike but we wanted to stay away from something that was too slack. We wanted it to be really comfortable and capable and just have that extra clearance that you need on a gravel bike. As this sport has evolved. [00:13:09] We've. Notice that the original eighth on is not looking like what gravel bikes are looking like today that they're getting longer. They're getting slacker there. The demand for Mount mounting points and racks and fenders has really increased. And it looked a lot like a cyclocross bike that I would think of today, but for the time it was a little bit different than that. [00:13:31] The new rogue is really moving into that contemporary design where we've got really slack had tubes and bikes really meant it's purpose built for adventure. [00:13:42] Craig Dalton: Gotcha. So let's talk about your, you've got two models currently, and one of them has two materials. So you've got the Ronin in both carbon, fiber and titanium. [00:13:53] Why don't we start there and talk about the intention of that bike, the type of writer it's looking to serve, and maybe spend a moment or two in terms of if a writer sort of keys in on the Ronin as being the bike for them, how do you talk to them about titanium versus carbon? [00:14:10] Bryce Wood: Yeah. So the Ronin was the next iteration of that original life on and had just expanded and dialed in what a gravel cyclist is looking for. [00:14:21] We kept it True to that same design element of the Aidan, where we wanted relatively steep geometry that makes the bike feel really lively and responsive. But we wanted that, that clearance and the capability that comes from a grapple machine. That bike's been in our stable. [00:14:44] A couple of years now two and a half years. And it's still relevant. I think for those people who are interested in gravel, but also want to be able to ride on the road from time to time. And also those people who. Our maybe racing gravel. So that's the bike that I would recommend if somebody is looking to do Unbound gravel and be competitive. [00:15:05] I push them towards the Ronin instead of the rogue. If you want that quiver killing bike, that bike that you can maybe have two wheel sets for, and it's going to be really capable off-road, but still be able to keep up with your group ride with your friends on the road. That bike is going to be. [00:15:20] It's going to serve you really well. The distinction between carbon and titanium, just like on the road it's gonna, it's gonna be really dependent on your goals and your riding style and what you want that bike to do well. So if you live here in the foothills and you're riding up mountains all day long That carbon fiber, the responsiveness and that the rigidity, and it is really going to serve you. [00:15:46] And in that purpose if comfort is your main concern or you spend a lot of time doing endurance riding the forgiveness and the compliance and the titanium frame is really going to benefit you and make you a lot more comfortable. It, the weight gain between carbon and titanium. [00:16:04] Titanium being a little bit heavier is really not a huge consideration for most people. It's about 200 grams in our frame, depending on frame size. So it really comes down to do I want this bike to be fast and responsive or would I rather it be comfortable and easier to live with on those longer rides? [00:16:26] Craig Dalton: Are both the titanium and carbon fiber versions offering the same accommodation for tire size. [00:16:33] Bryce Wood: They do. Yeah. So we called form our titanium tubing and house, and that's how we achieve the rear tire clearance. We do an S bend seat, stay and chain stay to allow the exact same clearance. So you can fit a 45 seat tire and both C carbon and titanium. [00:16:51] Craig Dalton: And then on the six 50 tires, I think I noted that you can go up to two, want 2.1. [00:16:57] Bryce Wood: That's correct. [00:16:58] Craig Dalton: Yes, sir. And with the two Ronin models, correct me if I'm wrong, but these are models that if a customer is working with you, you do offer a custom geometry and modifications. [00:17:10] Bryce Wood: Yeah. So every bit of that from the build spec to the frame, geometry, to the finish options for all. [00:17:17] Craig Dalton: Cool. And now let's talk about the rogue. Say you began your journey with model one, then you moved over to the Ronan and then this year you've introduced the rogue. Tell me about the philosophy behind it and where you see this sitting next to the Ronin lineup. [00:17:34] Bryce Wood: Yeah. It's that next progression and gravel, right? [00:17:37] Everybody this sport has really Taken over a large part of the industry. And it's really growing exponentially year over year. And the people as they keep riding, they find out. What they need out of a gravel bike. And so this is that answer to the last decade of people riding gravel and expressing their needs. [00:18:03] We'll still be keeping the Ronin in the lineup, but the road is just a great compliment to it. If you're that cyclist to is expressly riding off road, you want to get out of traffic and off the road. The road is going to be your bike. If you want to do light bike packing and you want to get lost the rogues, the bike for you. [00:18:25] So it's not going to be as steep or as racy feeling as the Ronin is. It's going to be that bike that can take you anywhere and keep you comfortable and have all the Accessories and accompaniments that you want when you're on a long distance ride away from civilization. [00:18:45] Craig Dalton: Gotcha. [00:18:45] So when talking about how you've made it a little bit, slacker, wider tires, tire clearance, any other bits of the geometry that have changed for this style of. [00:18:56] Bryce Wood: Yeah. Definitely. So we've dropped the seat stays and we have carved out the lower section of the seat tube. And both of these design elements are going to give that rear end a lot more compliance. [00:19:09] So we've actually got a couple millimeters of travel built into that rear end just through. The carbon construction of the frame that paired with those larger tires is really going to help to keep you a lot more comfortable. Also with the rogue, we've added more mounting points so that you can add racks and pioneers and make that. [00:19:33] A little bit more capable and other design features the SRAM universal derail your hanger, or D H we added that because we've, it's been around on the mountain bike side of things for awhile. And I think for a bike that you're really taking off road and adventuring and exploring with that makes sense to have that product on the bike, because it really protects your drive train when you're in. [00:19:58] Those situations where you might have tight clearance of rocks around your things get really muddy. You've got that re rail feature to keep your chain where it needs to be. And if you do happen to go down, it's also going to protect your derailer so that you don't find yourself in a bad place when you're far away from [00:20:16] Craig Dalton: This might be a little bit difficult question to answer, but could you describe what that Ude H looks like and how it differs from a traditional derailleur hanger? [00:20:26] Bryce Wood: Yeah the UDA H is It bolts on to the rear dropouts. You've got a bolt that enters the driver's side and bolt onto the actual hanger. That's on the non drive side of that. Right dropout. It has a feature on the inside that helps to re rail your chain. So if you're on a really bumpy surface or your drill is not properly adjusted and it's, and you shifts into that first position instead of your chain going in between the cog and the dropout and jamming up the drill, you're hanging. [00:21:03] Spit it back up onto that, that first cog. So you're not going to have that situation anymore where you miss shift or the chain gets rattled off into your frame. Another great feature of it is that it actually rotates because of how it's Because of how it's attached to the frame. It rotates backwards in the event of a crash. [00:21:22] So instead of it breaking your derail yer as a knuckle or at the melting point, it's just going to rotate and get your derail your out of the way. So hangers have been doing this for us for years, but only in a lateral capacity. So if you crash on your side, Your hanger is built to, to break right? [00:21:42] To protect your earlier. This kind of takes that a step further in an oblique impact. Or if you just catch it earlier on a rock or something, it's just going to rotate that back and give you a better chance of your drill. You're surviving that situation. [00:21:57] Craig Dalton: Got it. And when you're removing the rear axle to take the wheel off, is it still attached to the frame or is it, does it come off with that removal of an axle? [00:22:06] Bryce Wood: Nope. It's the exact same once that drill your hangers now said everything works the exact same as your traditional through actual system. [00:22:13] Craig Dalton: Got it. Thanks. I appreciate that. So would the rogue, if I'm someone who fits the bill, but still does a little bit of road riding with this bike, what do you slap a road wheel set on this? [00:22:25] What am I feeling that's different than the Ronan? [00:22:28] Bryce Wood: Yeah, it's still a road configuration, right? You still got dropped handlebars. You still, you're still going to be in relatively the same position. But this bike is going to put you in a little bit more upright position. It's a little bit shorter. [00:22:42] And you're gonna, you're gonna notice that the bike is not quite as responsive when you're sprinting or climbing up the hill as a Ronan or a road bike would be. So while it's still going to be perfectly happily written on the road, it really is built to Excel off. [00:23:00] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that makes sense. I think something you said a few minutes ago was really interesting to me just talking about, the decade that we've been riding gravel and how this bike is the culmination of that. [00:23:11] And I have to say, when I met you at sea Otter and I looked and understood the specs of this bike, I really do feel like it's on point with the moment and the journey that certainly speaking for myself that I've been on as a rider and where I want to see the speck of these bikes. [00:23:26] Bryce Wood: Yeah. It just takes everything that, that one step further. [00:23:30] It's like gravel without limitations, right? Where a Ronan's going to serve you. In 90% of the situations that you find yourself in. But it's lacking a little something. If you're a true gravel, officiant auto, and that's where you spend most of your time writing, you're going to want the option to run a larger tire. [00:23:47] You're going to want mounts on your forks and your rear end. You're going to want that, that slacker more comfortable, more stable geometry on those rough roads. So it's really built for. [00:23:59] Craig Dalton: Yeah, it's interesting. I certainly have been public about my journey. And I think when I originally started gravel riding, I sold my road bike and said this is going to be my road bike and my gravel bike. [00:24:10] And I made certain compromises to accommodate for this notion in my head that I would still ride on the road a lot. And over the years, absolutely. I've just discovered that. Nine times out of 10, I really want to be off-road immediately as quickly as possible and stay off the roads. And my choice of equipment has gradually moved towards that acknowledgement of, Hey, if 90% of my riding is exclusively off-road and being where I live, it's fairly technical. [00:24:37] I do need to optimize around that. And as you said, certainly I've got to drop our bikes. I want to put a road wheel set on it. It's fine. I'm not going to win any criteriums on it, but I wasn't going to do that. [00:24:49] Bryce Wood: Exactly. Yeah. If you're riding nine times out of 10 on the gravel, that one time out of 10, that bike still gonna, still going to be fun to ride on the road. [00:24:56] But you're going to have all the capability that you really need those nine times out of 10. So yeah that's really how we do this. Yeah, I think it [00:25:06] would [00:25:06] Craig Dalton: be interesting if people coming from the road side of the market are willing and able mentally to make that leap all the way over to the rogue right off the bat. [00:25:14] Or if they still like me needed an interim step on a bike that quote unquote felt like it was going to be more of a road. [00:25:21] Bryce Wood: Yeah. It's been really interesting working with all of our customers and seeing that transition on their own journeys. And we've got a true road bike. We've got an all road bike, we've got the racy gravel bike, and now we've got the rogue and we're seeing people that are. [00:25:40] Are a little hesitant and they're going to just step up to that all road bike and get the 38 C tire clearance and go off road, 20 or 30% of the time. And I think that it's a good thing to have, all those steps in between because there all those bikes are gonna really be tailored for each individual riders needs. [00:25:58] If you're on the road all the time, Craig, who's got a bike for that. If you want to get off the road a little bit. Cool. We've got something that, that suits that need as well. I don't think we're seeing a lot of people make that transition, that full transition from roads to rogue right now unless, they, in that situation where they can own multiple bikes in which case that's the best case scenario is to have that true road and to have a true. [00:26:24] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah, no doubt. It's a good segue. I would love to just hear from you about the customer journey. So what does it like alchemy bikes sells direct to consumer from the website. Why don't you talk through what that experience looks like, how you tend to work with customers and what type of timeline it takes to get one of these bikes underneath them? [00:26:46] Bryce Wood: Yeah. While we do offer all of the bikes available for immediate purchase on the website. We find that not a lot of people go that route. Most people when they're spending that much money on something like this, they want to talk to somebody first. So we, most of the bikes that we sell, we've got that conversation with that customer before they actually makes a purchase. [00:27:08] I'm the main point of contact at alchemy for all of our road and gravel customers who are looking to purchase a bike. And if they've got questions about specking it out or they need a fitting first I'm the person that they're going to talk to about it. So the customer journey really starts with that first phone call. [00:27:24] Hi, my name is blank. This is what I'm looking for. And then we can talk a little bit more about their individual needs and we can land on. That platform first. Okay. You need a rogue. And then where are you going to be riding? What's your riding style. That's going to bring us to determining what kind of gearing or drive, train that you need. [00:27:47] And then the hardest part of the whole process is what color do I want the bike to be? Everyone gets hung up there. So after, after we've determined all that with the customer. We send them a copy of their geometry. We send them a rendering of their paint and we send them a build sheet, detailing all the components that we're going to build their bike with and we get approval from them. [00:28:09] And then we take a deposit and the production team gets to work and we start ordering components. Typically we like to try to keep the customer updated as their frame moves through the production. So I'll send them a picture of their frame after it's been over wrapped before it has paint on it so that they can be a part of that bike coming to life. [00:28:28] The question. A timeline and delivery is a tricky one in this day and age and largely it's dependent on their component choices. So we can turn around a custom geometry custom painted frame. And about eight weeks we have stock sizing that's paint, ready that we can paint and turn around in about two or three weeks. [00:28:51] And the main holdup right now is going to be components. Every small builder as well as the big guys are also feeling that squeeze right now. There's some components that we've got decent availability of, and we can turn that bike around in 10 or 11 weeks on. And there's some stuff that is in such high demand in such short supply that it's gonna, it's going to be a couple months before. [00:29:14] Before we can deliver that bike. The great thing is that we can make concessions and we can work with that customer and say, Hey, this product is going to be out of stock. We can get you the bike quicker. If would entertain moving to one of these other options. So we can work with you every step of the way to get you that bike when you need it at the price you need it. [00:29:33] And. I'm really hold your hand through it. That [00:29:37] Craig Dalton: makes a lot of sense. I certainly love getting those check-in points with manufacturers on what the supply chains looking like, because it has been grim and reported as grim on multiple episodes of this podcast. So I think everybody at this point is accustomed not happy about, but accustomed to the idea that they may have to be flexible or. [00:29:58] Bryce Wood: Yes. We're very fortunate to have excellent customers and most of them are completely understanding and, they'd like their bike next week, but they know it's going to take a little bit longer than that. And they're very nice to us. And and we're very appreciative of. [00:30:14] Craig Dalton: 100%. You mentioned the paint jobs and the option to get custom paint. I think you have about a half dozen stock colors and then unlimited options on the custom paint. Are you doing that painting in house or is that a partner? They're in the Denver area? [00:30:30] Bryce Wood: Yeah, we have our own pain studio here in the facility. [00:30:33] So we're doing all of the wet paint and all of the cerakote here in house. [00:30:38] Craig Dalton: The rogue that we looked at sea Otter had that cerakote paint technology. And it, can you describe what that is and how it differs from a wet paint? [00:30:48] Bryce Wood: Yeah. Sarah code's been around for a little while. It started to make its way into the bicycle industry in the last year or two. [00:30:56] It is a polymer ceramic coding And the actual, the colors are suspended in five that that polymer so that makes it extremely Finn and a lot more tough than it's a wet paint counterparts. So it's about a six, the thickness of a wet paint. And. Easily twice as strong, so we can still expect to see where out of it. [00:31:27] Just because that's it's not impervious to it, but it's toughness related to its thickness is quite remarkable compared to wet paint. We can't do as many unique things. We can't do a lot of pearlescent colors. We can't do color shifting But we can still do a lot of different design details and Sarah code. [00:31:48] So it's a really a perfect coding for the road that we're expecting to see a lot of off-road usage. And we don't want your down to, to get chips in it from Erin rocks, flying up from your front tire and leaning it against a tree. All of that stuff is gonna hold up a whole lot better with. [00:32:10] Is [00:32:10] Craig Dalton: the cerakote applied in a different way than a wet paint. [00:32:13] Bryce Wood: It's applied in the same way and that it is sprayed through an air gun. But it needs to be baked and that's really where it achieves that toughness. So we have to bake it for a couple hours after the coatings applied. [00:32:26] Okay. [00:32:27] Craig Dalton: Cool. Thank you for letting me explore some of my sort of deep personal questions on this. I love what you've been doing with the brand and super excited to expose listeners to what alchemy is all about. [00:32:39] Bryce Wood: Thanks. We're really excited about the direction that cycling is going and people wanting to get off road, and we really want to be a part of that, and we appreciate you bringing in Some visibility, not only to our brand, but to, to gravel cycling in general. [00:32:55] Craig Dalton: Fantastic. Thanks for your time. [00:32:58] Bryce Wood: Thanks a lot, Craig. Nice to talk to you. [00:33:00] Craig Dalton: Big, thanks to Bryce for joining us this week. [00:33:03] I really like what they've done with the alchemy rogue bicycle. I think they're spot on in the spec and the versatility of that bike. And it looks like it's going to be a. A hell of a lot of fun to ride. I also want to give a shout out to our friends at competitive cyclist. Remember visit competitive cyclist.com/the gravel ride and enter promo code. [00:33:22] Gravel ride [00:33:23] To get 15% off your first full price purchase. [00:33:26] If you're interested in connecting with me and other gravel cyclists around the world, I encourage you to check out the ridership. The ridership is a free global gravel and adventure cycling community. [00:33:37] I think of it as an online forum where you can ask any question you want connect with other riders, create group rides, and generally share our love and passion for the sport of gravel cycling. Simply visit www.theridership.com for more information. [00:33:54] Finally, just a quick shout out to those of you who have become members or firstname.lastname@example.org slash the gravel ride. It means a ton every time a new contribution comes in and just helps pay for the overhead of the show and a portion of the time that I dedicate every week to bringing you the best gravel cycling content. [00:34:15] Until next time. Here's to finding some dirt under your wheels
Today we tell you about a bizarre series of murders that occurred in Lewis and Pierce counties in Washington. Couples were leaving to go on camping trips, only to never return home. After the shocking discovery of 2 dead couples and a bizarre signature left over from the killer, investigators were left wondering exactly what kind of killer they were dealing with. The mystery took another wild turn when another camping-bound couple went missing but somehow their 2 year old daughter was found 30 miles away, wandering in front of a K-mart store alone. Ft. revoking the title of bad-ass, the Toe Sock Killer?, and a special announcement about another show we'll be doing in addition to this one! Sources: Wikipedia - Mineral, Washington murders, Ellensburg Daily Record - Are Cases Tied?, The Spokesman Review - Woman's Body Discovered, Eugene Register Guard - Officer's Baffled Over Couples Disappearance, The Spokesman Review- Remains those of Tacoma man missing since 1985, The Olympian - Mystery Lingers: Discovery of trappers skull adds clue to couples 1985 disappearance --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/olympiaoddities/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/olympiaoddities/support
A 24-hour strike has caused travel chaos for London commuters wanting to travel on the Victoria, Central, Northern, Jubilee and Piccadilly tube lines. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union have walked out in a dispute over new shift patterns and the disruption looks set to continue each weekend in the run-up to Christmas.It comes as Transport for London faces an ongoing financial crisis. The Evening Standard's City Hall Editor - Ross Lydall - explains the details and what London commuters can expect moving forward. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01. Dot N Life, Brillabongs - Lose Your Mind 02. Manyfew - Get Close (Record Mix) 03. Fish Scale, Lucid - WOAH 04. D-Steal, Flamers - Flow 05. Niiko, Swae - Push And Pull 06. Diseptix - Pup It Down 07. Damon Hess, Wayne Lineker, Chloe Ferry, Mila Falls - I Love You 08. Danny Leax, Mick Mazoo - Be With You 09. Tiara, Tanishq, Swatkat - Fire 10. Bynon, Dave Summit - Want Me 11. Eats Everything, Frankco Harris - Bobby And Ken 12. Dj Snake, Malaa - Ring The Alarm 13. Tiesto, Killfake - MONEY 14. Landis, 49Th & Main - I Want U 15. Almero, Jodie Knight - Starlight 16. Don Diablo, Ty Dolla $Ign - Too Much To Ask 17. Mike Mago, Mau, Mohka, Megan Brands - Am I Dreaming 18. Armodine - Friendzone 19. Fedde Le Grand, Ida Corr, Relanium, Deen West - Let Me Think About It 20. Jay-Z, Beyonce, Retrovision - Crazy In Love 21. 7 Skies - Pressure 22. Madison Mars, Ralph Aiden - Already Gone 23. Kiral - The Ride 24. Ellis Moss, Max Styler, Salena Mastroianni - How It Feels 25. Tube & Berger, Nuala - Higher Love 26. Ewave, Jaxomy - Rise Up 27. Chapter & Verse - Let Me Hear You 28. Jennifer Cooke, Myxe - We Are The Sound 29. Loudtech - Play The Game 30. Sessi D, Stas Simple, Francky D - Stand Up 31. Nicky Romero - Love Me Better 32. Moska, Rek - Alcantara 33. Kato, New Northern - Sauce 34. Sielo, Oing - Take A Back 35. Schillist, Silque, Dinho Terres - I'm A Mess 36. Don'T Blink - Sensation 37. Funkin Matt, Tom Breeze - Hope 38. Croatia Squad - Miniskirt
WARNING: May not be suitable for some audiences or sensitive people. Discretion is advised. ☆☆Reposted: https://www.facebook.com/e.cooke.85 archived content: https://www.facebook.com/groups/351303699872961 Incredible crime story unfolding now in South City. 8 days ago a woman, Elizabeth Cooke, attempts to steal a man's car in Marine Villa, he catches her in the act, she flees, dropping her phone in his car. The man offers the phone to responding police who decline to take it. The man proceeds to take over her facebook account and posts hundreds of her messages, texts, and photos with detailed incriminating planning and execution of dozens of thefts around S.City in the past 6 months. Some of the property is now being recovered thanks to these tips. Her many junkie accomplices are posting sputtering denials. He posts her google history with gems like “how to hotwire [brand]” “what is easiest car to steal”. Then he finds something much darker. She befriended a 62yo ex-con last Dec, Bobby Phillips, who supposedly becomes so enamored of her that three days later he writes a will leaving everything to Ms. Cooke. Two more days later Bobby dies of a drug overdose in her house. There's mounting circumstantial evidence she deliberately spiked his drugs. Then Natalie noticed on the screenshot of the last page of Mr. Phillips' "will", despite her scribbling out her handwritten address, it is printed on the same sheet in small font just below. Elizabeth lived in North City at 5155 Kensington Ave. I checked through my old spreadsheets and unsurprisingly, Conan and I were inside that house scouting for a 2017 tax auction. It was a mediocre vaco at that time with all the utilities ripped out, not even worth a minimum bid to me, which is where this man died in Jan 2021. EDIT: facebook has deleted her personal page. Here is another group specifically dedicated to solving her crimes. https://www.facebook.com/groups/216988630245942. ☆☆☆Reposted from the Elizabeth Cooke Corkboard Facebook Group. Check out the other one, the Elizabeth Cooke Corkboard STL Facebook Public Group. ☆☆Disclaimer : I am not a detective, lawyer or attorney. ☆☆WARNING: May not be suitable for some audiences or sensitive people. ☆☆Discretion is advised. (For Educational Purposes Only. The Creators own their You Tube Videos content, Facebook groups, and other content.
In this episode of PTBN YouTube Roulette, the gang is missing Shawn and Logan but they soldier on. They see a CM Punk vs Homicide match, Road Warriors vs Jerry Lawler and Austin Idol match where they wrestle on mushrooms. A 2020 Mordecai match, where we find out Mordecai sells real estate. And close out the episode with Bruiser Brody vs Gino Hernandez, where the boys figure out what really killed Bruiser Brody.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has revealed London is facing a travel crisis. A £1.3 billion funding gap means bus services could be reduced by a fifth and tube services by almost 10% unless the Government steps in with an injection of funds. A report has detailed worse-than-expected impacts on the transport network from the pandemic, as Transport for London's emergency funding deal ends next month. Ross Lydall is City Hall Editor of the Evening Standard and explains how commuters could be affected, and how London's travel network could impact the whole country. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In Terror On The Tube, Joel, Peter, and Allyson pick, at random, a made-for-TV horror/suspense movie that aired sometime during the decades of the 1970s, 80s, or 90s. In this episode we're joined, once again, by Darrell Taylor to talk about Runaway! from 1973. Originally released on ABC on Saturday, September 29th, 1973, Runaway! stars Ben Johnson, Ben Murphy, Ed Nelson, Darleen Carr, and Vera Miles. ................................................................................................................................................ Synopsis: A group of skiers are trapped inside a runaway train hurtling down a mountainside. ................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................................ Special thanks to Ross Bugden for the use of his music for the theme of this podcast under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. You can find the track titled Something Wicked here.
Today we'll start with the headlines and weekend roundup. Then we'll dive into a discussion with Republican candidate for US Senate Kelly Tshibaka. In hour two we're going to have a discussion about Friday's show, You Tube and free speech. We'll also take some of your phone calls and get your take on it as well.
01. Sofi Tukker, John Summit, Claptone - Sun Came Up 02. Marten Horger, Donkong - Ah Lord 03. N-Zton - Sex On A Plane 04. Ewave, Marc Benjamin - No More 05. Dirtyloud - Boogie 06. Nicky Romero - Love Me Better 07. Tube & Berger, Nuala - Higher Love 08. 7 Skies - Pressure 09. Danny Leax, Mick Mazoo - Be With You 10. Tiara, Tanishq, Swatkat - Fire 11. Dj Snake, Malaa - Ring The Alarm 12. Dober - Cream 13. Tian - Far Away 14. Don Diablo - Eyes Closed 15. Cid, Byor - No! 16. Frents, Lodgerz - Dosenn 17. King Topher, Big Pineapple, Maddow - Friends 18. Tommy Trash, Yolanda Be Cool - Emergency 19. Pontifexx, Des3Ett, Amanda Collis - Blinded 20. Castion, Crusy - Take Me Higher 21. Martin Eriksson, Robin Aristo - Ain't Here For You 22. Martin Ikin, Hayley May - How I Feel 23. Moska, Bluckther, Ardo, Able Faces - On My Mind 24. Return Of The Jaded - Be The Reason 25. Eleganto - Keep It Real 26. Dombresky, Donnie Sloan, Ricky Ducati - Down Low 27. Wh0, Kideko - Soul Searcher 28. Justluke, Inpetto, Jordy - Drowning 29. Andrea Marino, Stereoliez - Move 30. No Signe, Emie - Here We Go 31. Eats Everything, Frankco Harris - Bobby And Ken 32. Maurice Lessing - Underground 33. Nubass, Mph, Purple Velvet Curtains - The Night 34. Nuzb - No Rush 35. Oliver Heldens, Shungudzo - Freedom for my People 36. Cammora, 1 World - Lost In Music 37. Voost - Sometimes It Hurts 38. Fedde Le Grand, Ida Corr, Relanium, Deen West - Let Me Think About It
Today we attempted our first video recording of the podcast in case anyone wants to see what we're eating while we record this. There were some glitches as you'd expect but nothing serious as we discuss Susan's show, Art's near encounter with a social outing and the struggle millenials and Gen Zs have getting a foot hold in adulthood.
Ce 9 novembre 2021 sur RTL, André Manoukian vous raconte l'histoire secrète de la plus célèbre chanson de Stromae, "Alors on danse"... Un tube qui trouve son inspiration à Bruxelles, en Belgique.
01. Racket Club, Rozegarden, Twinflame - Without You 02. Noizu - Middle 03. Jonathan Ulysses, Filip Gronlund - Buffalo 04. Javi Reina, Sansixto - Elektro 05. Just Jack - Nobody 06. Greck B., Anko A - Nothing Hurts 07. Barry Obzee - Break It Down 08. Tiesto, Killfake - MONEY 09. Tujamo - You Know 10. Illyus, Barrientos - If You Really Love Somebody 11. Matroda - Lifting 12. Michael Szynol, Patricia Edwards - Dirty Funky House 13. Leela D, Sayro, Leela D - This Time Feat 14. Valerio Bonfa - African 15. R3Hab, Jonas Blue, Ava Max, Kylie Cantrall - Sad Boy 16. Max Styler, Friend Within - Everything To Me 17. Low Foam & Roof - Get Down 18. Rescue - Ride That Feeling 19. Angelo Ferreri, Red Met - Lovedown 20. Stfu - Thriller 2021 21. Low Disco - Molly 22. Steve Aoki, Kream - Lies 23. Milk Bar, F3D3 B - Soul Free 24. Habstrakt, Bleu Clair - Gotta Be 25. Hns, Daniel Bracket - Losing Control 26. Amy Lauren, Kyle Robertson - Workerz & Twerkerz 27. Shift K3Y, Joshwa - Back To Summer 28. Samim, Tube, Berger - Heater 29. J. Worra, Little Boots - Wasteland 30. Jeremy Bass, Dear Mila - Los Chicos Del Coro 31. Agency, Tom Bug - MELT 32. Milk & Sugar, Alaia & Gallo - Let the Sun Shine 33. Struzhkin, Vitto - See It Through My Eyes 34. Croatia Squad - Miniskirt 35. Domino Db, Michelle Weeks, Dj Kone, Marc Palacios - So Cold 36. Derek Muller, Jorge Favela - Yes to All 37. Picco, Block & Crown - Reason 38. Buzz Low - Thong Song 39. Wildcard (Us) - Spin Doctor 40. Brian Don - Left Hand 41. Black Caviar, Freq, Rion S - Tamed 42. Jonas Blue, Leon, Ferreck Dawn - Hear Me Say 43. Mary J Blige, Rhythm Roxx, Mister Barclay - Be Without You 44. Dj Kuba, Neitan, Skytech - Dancing 45. Reve, Billen Ted - SKIN 2 SKIN 46. Cheesecake Boys, Crazibiza - Teeny Weeny 47. Local Singles, Sodf - Jump Up 48. Reebs - Shots 49. Tomi & Kesh, Jay De Lys - W2DO 50. Spooner Street - Take It 51. Houze Muzzik - Puzzle Flow Vip Dub Mix 52. Chiccaleaf (Ita), The Cube Guys - Nice People 53. Drop Department, Suitstatic - Paloma 54. Riffa, Austin Hennessey - All 4 U 55. Wildcard (Us) - Disco Night 56. Technotronic, Fancy Jey - Pump Up the Jam 57. Ferreck Dawn, Jem Cooke - Back Tomorrow 58. Galoski - Casualty 59. James Ash, Alaia & Gallo - Malibu Shadows 60. 84Bit - Feel This 61. Beatrain - Make It 62. Hey Dan - Rhythm Don't Stop 63. Mari - No Type 64. Crossnaders, Rhiannon Roze - Swipe This 65. Dont Blink - Vibration 66. Elton John, Dua Lipa, Claptone - Cold Heart 67. Dillon Nathaniel - Now We're Back 68. Amorhouse, Tonix - Across The World 69. Sllash & Doppe, Rene Amesz - Make It Better 70. Kingcrowney, Tonis & Narda - Rainman 71. Kevin Aleksander - Time 72. Mobin Master, Kim Cooper, Mind Electric - Unique 73. Dr. Space - Club America 74. Patrick M, The Cube Guys - Dance 4 Me 75. Don'T Blink - Break It Down 76. Joshwa (Uk), Ossey James - Party's Jumpin
Gather around children so you can hear about the midnight ride of Paul and his dangerous fuck eyes. Yes family you know what this episode is all about. In true Dune fashion we bring you a spoiler rich discussion about the first half of the first half of both the book and the new hit […]
Tune in for a new chapter of TAVA, where Skip and Jason Zoom through your tube amp and cooking questions with our highest fidelity yet (thanks to our friends at Shure for sending us that MV7...and to Mrs. Simmons for figuring it out). This week's episode is sponsored by Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise. Special podcast offers: Use the discount code TAVA10 to get 10% off all orders at amplifiedparts.com through November 13, 2021. Be a part of the first-ever, last-ever TAVA Cookbook: Email us your favorite recipe ever and we'll add it to our forthcoming, free PDF eBook, just in time for the holidays. Some of the topics discussed this week: :31 Skip puts the trem in the PA head 1:50 RIP Pat Martino 4:08 Green El Pato enchilada sauce 6:19 Swapping the 6C4 for a 6J6 on a Bogen CHB-50 10:05 A Magnatone vibrato pedal 12:58 A Princeton Reverb clone with a single-note rattle 16:00 Glossary according to Skip: Bypass cap; Baxandall, bright cap 23:17 A late '50s Epiphone Century aka Gibson GA-20T in disguise (see our Instagram) 26:23 More on amp hum 28:21 A '56 Fender Champ or a '60? 31:07 Shoutout Bob at Brookwood Leather (link) 32:14 New boutique amps worth seeking; McClostone; Hamstead 37:23 Typewriters, again 38:24 Giveaway: A La Tosca accordion 39:36 Jason's plan to keep the typewriters typing (free business idea); They Might Be Giants 'Book' (redux, link) 42:48 Finding a clean tone American amp in Norway; silverface Twins 45:49 Why does the primary impedance run high on 6L6 tubes on PA heads; repairing vintage transformers 50:45 Why amps in the '80s and '90s got power transformer replacements; Gibson GA-1RT (YouTube link) 55:10 Looking for a Danelectro Virtuoso schematic; what to do with an butchered amp with no available schematic; Sierra Nevada Old Chico beer 59:36 Guitarist Bobby Eli; the sound of Philadelphia; Vinnie Bell; 'A House on Fire' (Amazon link) 1:02:18 What happens in a tube amp? 1:05:57 Guitarist Pasquale Grasso Co-hosted by the Fretboard Journal's Jason Verlinde. Email or send us a voice memo to: email@example.com or leave us a voicemail or text at 509-557-0848. And don't forget to share the show with friends.
Sohail aka Starfleet Boy has been having casual and informal conversations about his beloved, Star Trek in his cozy little corner of YouTube for nearly 5 years but he has been exploring the themes and stories since he was a child. Star Trek is at the core of his life's philosophy and his being. His hope is to continue to be a contributing member of the Star Trek fandom and community for the rest of his life. ** Bae would like to amend his thoughts on The Notch™ - "also if you want to put in a footnote about my tirade being for not as i now don't think the notch is a big deal feel free lol..." “Underground hip-hop sensation TOTTy!!” The Kiwi in Canada is a passionate Trek fan, and hidden musical talent! "Hello and welcome to TREK on the TUBE! This is a channel about Star Trek mainly for people who know nothing or very little about the franchise and want to learn about the rich and immense universe. But don't worry, if you're an established Trekkie you're also welcome to stay." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/digresscast/message
01. Tube & Berger, Nuala - Higher Love 02. Sessi D, Stas Simple, Francky D - Stand Up 03. Oliver Heldens, Party Pupils, Max - Set Me Free 04. Jack Wins, Joe Stone, Jake Tarry - Light Up My Life 05. Dombresky, Cid - R.E.A.L 06. Castnowski - Take Me Down 07. Sqwad - Back On Track 08. Mwrs, Pawax - Talking 09. Just Jack - Nobody 10. Niiko, Swae - Push And Pull 11. Bijou, Party Favor, Cheyenne Giles - Whoa 12. Faith & Raptures - Believe 13. G-Pol, Lambi - I WANT 14. Hugo Doche - Waiting For 15. Moska, Rek - Alcantara 16. Space Rangers, Danny Quest - Poppin 17. Galoski - Switch 18. Armodine - My Daily Meal 19. Redfield - Don't Stop 20. Tian - Far Away 21. Maddow, Manela - In Control 22. Black V Neck, Dipzy - Pain And Pleasure 23. Galantis, David Guetta, Little Mix, Tchami - Heartbreak Anthem 24. Schillist, Silque, Dinho Terres - I'm A Mess 25. Croatia Squad - Miniskirt 26. Redondo, Voost, Shells - Love Like You 27. Nicky Romero - Love Me Better 28. 7 Skies - Pressure 29. Ewave, Tictactec - Faster And Faster 30. Manyfew - Get Close (Record Mix) 31. Mike Mago, Mau, Mohka, Megan Brands - Am I Dreaming 32. No Signe, Emie - Here We Go 33. Frents, Lodgerz - Dosenn 34. Funkin Matt, Tom Breeze - Hope 35. Pontifexx, Des3Ett, Amanda Collis - Blinded 36. Friendz By Chance, Joey Antonelli - Belong To Me 37. Reebs - When I See You
01. Meduza, Hozier - Tell It To My Heart 02. Dot N Life - Your Mind 03. Eleganto - Keep It Real 04. Castion, Laura West - Want To Feel 05. Kungs - Lipstick 06. Salvatore Ganacci - Fight Dirty 07. Disorder - VaporLove 08. Tube & Berger, Nuala - Higher Love 09. Where It'S Att - Pull Up 10. Weird Grrl, Kastelo - Ananas 11. Malaa - Who I Am 12. Brohug - Kitty 13. Pontifexx, Des3Ett, Amanda Collis - Blinded 14. Dober, Savage Kids, Rushline - The Light 15. Martin Garrix, Julian Jordan, Tinie Tempah - Diamonds 16. Dirty Sound Boys, Pepsdave - Move It 17. Alesso, Danna Paola - Rescue Me 18. Tiesto, Killfake - MONEY 19. Guglielmo Nasini, Moorad, Corx - Break It Down 20. Tian - Far Away 21. Josh Charm, Fergo - U Got Me 22. Rezone, Red V - WOW 23. Wolfpack, Fatman Scoop, Makasi - Blow The House Down 24. Marc Benjamin, Ocean Roses - Summertime 25. Landis - Puerto Rico 26. Volac, Mkjay, Daft Hill - Candy Shop 27. Madison Mars, Ralph Aiden - Already Gone 28. Sam Collins, Drop The Cheese - Jordan 29. Nubass, Mph, Purple Velvet Curtains - The Night 30. Curbi - Open Your Mind 31. Bynon, Dave Summit - Want Me 32. Voost, Manyfew - Trust 33. Futuristic Polar Bears, Faderx - By My Side 34. Florian Picasso, Grx - Far Away
Love is the answer Playlist 30 Oct. 1. If it's Love ...Mark Knight and Laura Davies 2. Hear my soul .... GW Harrison 3. Make You feel high ..... T Bor 4. Dangerous .......... Glovibes 5. Free Tribe ........ Tube and Berger 6. In your house .......... Lizzie Curious and James Hurr 7. All 4 Love . ....... Mark Knight with Tasty Lopez 8. Back in the day ....Gene Farris 9. Love me .... Dj Chus and Siwell 10. The Mazzo ....Qubiko and Angelo Ceci 11. Groove La Afrika ..... Mele 12. Love you better .......Alex Preston.
No questions are off limits in the episode of NXT that originally aired on July 3rd, 2014, and the same is true of Episode #59, which prompted us to ask some questions ourselves!. Subjects of occasionally confused conversation include: The strangely executed heel turn of Justin Gabriel The strangely executed breakup of the BFFs Tyson Kidd's Oscar-worthy performance as "Passive-Aggressive Dickwad" Bayley's inflatable tube men have names now (but we don't remember them) Tweener, explained A special Halloween fanfic from MeganBob An important update on the NXT Wrestling Fan Federation Our theme song is called "Learnbuckle" and it was created by the uniquely talented Rafael Medina, whose work you can and should follow via his Twitter account, @EarthMeauxFaux! You can also follow Miles @mjschneiderman, MeganBob @meganbobness, and the show itself @nxtwrestlingfan. And if you'd like to support the show, check out our Patreon at www.patreon.com/nxtwrestlingfan. Additional music and sound credit to: Greta Sting by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3827-greta-sting License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license NewsSting by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4124-newssting License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Samba Stings by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/4008-samba-stings License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Eyes Gone Wrong by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3732-eyes-gone-wrong License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license The Snow Queen by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4511-the-snow-queen License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
01. Curbi - Open Your Mind 02. Futuristic Polar Bears, Faderx - By My Side 03. Tian - Far Away 04. Brohug - Kitty 05. Nubass, Mph, Purple Velvet Curtains - The Night 06. Dirty Sound Boys, Pepsdave - Move It 07. Dober, Savage Kids, Rushline - The Light 08. Tube & Berger, Nuala - Higher Love 09. Kevin Aleksander - Ducka Ducka (I'M All Fine) 10. Pontifexx, Des3Ett, Amanda Collis - Blinded
HARTDANCE RADIO by Alex Hart Subscribe to my channel now! → www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ0NT… Join me on Facebook → www.facebook.com/djalexhart/ Subscribe the Alex Hart HARTDANCE RADIO on Apple Podcasts: itunes.apple.com/ru/podcast/dj… Follow Alex Hart: www.instagram.com/djalexhart www.facebook.com/djalexhart www.twitter.com/djalexhart www.tiktok.com@djalexhart 0. INTRO 1. Greg Dela x Donkong - Dreams (Extended Mix) [HEXAGON] 2. Dirty Sound Boys & PepsDave - Move it (Original Mix) Revealed Radar 3. TANG - Falling (Original Mix) Revealed Radar 4. Coldabank - Without You (Extended Mix) Get Together 5. Justin Mylo - Do I Know Myself (Extended Mix) STMPD RCRDS 6. Steff da Campo - Delusional (feat. Cassa Jackson) (Extended Mix) Heartfeldt 7. Kristianex - Exotica (Extended Mix) Darklight Recordings 8. Futuristic Polar Bears & FaderX - By My Side (Extended Mix) Doorn Records 9. Ownboss, Sevek - Move Your Body (Extended Mix) Musical Freedom 10. Afrojack & Black V Neck - To The Floor (Extended Mix) [MDLBEAST Records] 11. Tube & Berger - Higher Love (feat. Nuala) (Extended Mix) Spinnin' Deep 12. Matisse & Sadko, Mougleta - Relight My Love (Extended Mix) Tomorrowland Music 13. Plastik Funk, RAIDH, Kamix & Kiyoto - Driving Me Crazy (Original Mix) Revealed Recordings 14. NAEMS & Wincent Wolf - My Luv (Original Mix) Revealed Radar 15. Special Vibe - Rock The Mic (Sonic One Extended Remix) PLAYBOX 16. Tom Staar & Eddie Thoneick - Flames (Extended Mix) Armada Music 17. Spada - Just Another Dose (Extended Mix) [Black Hole] 18. Zheno & DJ Frog & Audiosonik - My Heart (Extended Mix) Maxximize 19. Dokho - Celestia [Monstercat Silk]
Guest: Breanne Dalton - Complications that arise from issues in the gut are plentiful and complex, something that we in the world of feeding disorders are all too familiar with. Here on the show today to share about her work and own journey with digestive problems is Breanne Dalton from the University of Southern Mississippi! The life-altering first-hand experiences that Breanne has had have enabled her to connect with little ones on a very deep level, and serve them with a real understanding and empathy. We celebrate Breanne and her heroic work, how she has turned her own needs around feeding tubes into a way to help others! In our conversation, we get to hear from Breanne about J-Tubes and G-Tubes, the important steps on her path to where she is today, her attitude towards normalizing feeding issues, and why food and eating are so central to the human experience and building relationships. So, to hear it all from our great guest, be sure to listen in with us today!
FEEL MIX: 01. LTN & Ghostbeat - After Dark (Extended Mix) [INTERPLAY] 02. DRYM - Vision (Extended Mix) [VALTEON] 03. Mark Knight feat. Skin - Nothing Matters (Sultan & Shepard Extended Remix) [ZEROTHREE] 04. Cosmic Gate - Blame (Pavel Khvaleev Remix) [BLACK HOLE] 05. Alexander Popov & Whiteout - Right Back (Extended Mix) [INTERPLAY] 06. Tube & Berger feat. Nuala - Higher Love [SPINNIN] 07. Frank Nitty & Jon Squarez - Rabbit Hole [TURN IT UP] 08. Spada - Just Another Dose (Extended Club Mix) [BLACK HOLE] 09. The Blizzard & Axis - Just Kidding (Original Mix) [PURE TRANCE] 10. Roman Messer & Gid Sedgwick - This Is Real (Extended Mix) [SUANDA] 11. MaRLo & Monika Santucci - Colder (Extended Mix) [REACHING ALTITUDE] 12. Cubetonic & Makizante - Feel Me Now (Extended Mix) [SUANDA] 13. Orjan Nilsen & Mark Sixma - Pantheon_(Extended Mix) [ARMIND] 14. Corti Organ feat. Linney - Wild (Extended Mix) [FIND YOUR HARMONY] PAPULIN MIX: 15. Papulin - Heart Of The Ocean (Titanic Theme intro) 16. Motion Sound - Call Me (Motion Sound Rework 2017) 17. ID - ID 18. Papulin & Feel & Roman Messer - Magic Frozen (Papulin Mashup) 19. ThoBa & Kate Miles - Your Love (NoMosk Extended Remix) 20. Metta Amp Glyde-Visualize (Sean Tyas Extended Remix) 21. Maarten de Jonge / Armin Van Buuren- Saund of flash (Papulin MashUp) 22. Roman Messer, Papulin - Avengers (Extended Mix) FEEL MIX: 23. FEEL & Andrew Mirt feat. Alexandra Badoi - Our Love (Extended Mix) [SUANDA] 24. INVIRON & Irina FOX - One Day (Ogma Remix) [FADE IN MUSIC] 25. Binary Ensemble & Exolight - The Day We Met (Original Mix) [ALWAYS ALIVE] 26. Twin View - Liberty (Extended Mix) [SUANDA TRUE] 27. Alexander Komarov - Death Of The King (Extended Mix) [INTERPLAY GLOBAL] 28. Armin van Buuren & Vini Vici feat. Tribal Dance & Natalie Wamba - Yama (Extended Mix) [ARMADA] 29. Dimassive - Magnetic (Extended Mix) [TRANCEMISSION]
This week on The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, the women go tubing, which leads to all sorts of glorious bickering. And once again, Lisa Barlow winds up in the hot seat on a cold day.Be sure to get tix to our 10th Anniversary tour!! https://www.watchwhatcrappens.com/10th-anniversary-hunky-dory-tour/
Beatles : Song Exploder : John Lennon Aretha Franklin : Let it be FL H3 : The very last cowboy Avant l'action Space Exploration Prelude Covers : Arpi Alto : Close to you Ndlovu Youth Choir : Bella Ciao Jadyn Rylee : The sound of silence U/oh Edith : Thriller Sarah Lipstate : Twin Peaks theme Simon Leong & Al Poon : Spirited Away Medley Joe Porter : Musiques célèbres en percussions Sons zarbi : May Tree : The legend of Zelda Aaron Paulsen : Paint it black Swiss covers : Blackbird Trucs en vrac : Bill McClintock : Stayin' a hollaback girl YITT Mashups : Funk in black Rigolitch : Rage against the Youki La +BCdM : Fleetwood Mac : Dreams Version live par Elise Trouw - The Corrs - The Running Mates - Jennel Garcia feat. Sean Daniel - Maurice - Artikal Sound System - Samer Maher - Dianne Reeves - Stevie Nicks - Pomplamoose Professional musicians react Oh well Black magic woman La Playlist de la +BCdM : sur le Tube à Walter sur Spotify (merci John Cytron) sur Deezer (merci MaO de Paris) sur Amazon Music (merci Hellxions) et sur Apple Music (merci Yawourt) Le son mystère (35'27) : C'est quoi Jean-Paul Belmondo ? - Blow-up Avec : Dagguy Aude & Maori David Ward MaO Pat Hogun Fanny Laurent Doucet Grincheux Merci à : Blast Che Averell Pop goes the WZA Stéphane K_Rot LYC Barberouss Nelson Didier Niko Podcasts & liens cités : FLH3 Bandcamp Les Yeux Clos Passion Médiévistes Galaxie Pop Cyclocast Oxymut Le générique de fin est signé Cousbou
Welcome back to Part Two of our conversation with Mandi and Cristina. Today's podcast takes us further and deeper into the journey after Laurel was discharged from NICU and how they worked to obtain answers that might explain some unique attributes, as well as, bring closure to "momma gut" questions. Positive attitudes, kindness in inquiry, surgeries, IEPs, cochlear implants, and so much more are discussed in this episode. If you missed part one, please catch up with their story by clicking here: https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-gbvyb-10fc4e8 #HIE #HypoixIschemicEncephalopathy #NICU #TermBaby #40and1 #NICUAwareness #Surviving #Fighter #GTube #Seizures #MiracleBaby #NewbornHearingScreening #H4H #HeartsForHearing #Therapies #GeneticTesting #HearingLoss #KabukiSyndrome
No episódio final da saga, Carlos Dias relata como sua vida foi afetada pela experiência surreal e kafkiana de ser preso por engano. Em 2002, saindo de um show, foi confundido com outra pessoa e acabou passando mais de dois meses na cadeia. Também conversamos sobre Napalm Death, Nuclear Assault, S.O.D. e muito mais. O post Do it Yourcast #118 – Carlos Dias (Tube Screamers, Againe, Polara) Parte 3 apareceu primeiro em Do It Yourcast.
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Comedian Josh Wolf is one of our favorite comedians to have on the show because, like us, he celebrates the weird things in life! And while we can't wait for him to roll into the Improv this December, we can get geared up by watching his all new special, making it's debut tonight on his YouTube channel, "Here For The Fun!"....debuting at 8pm at the link below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCCK8oHfk1Y See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
If you travel down the road from my house, and you keep a sharp eye out, you might see two old trolley cars sitting next to a pole barn about 100 feet off the road. I have no idea what they person has in store for these cars but hopefully, they don't just sit there and rot. Anyway, today, we get a little historical about streetcars with the story “Electric Tramways Generally” from the book “Tube, Train, Tram, and Car” written by Arthur Beavan. Where you from...What book(s) are you reading? Survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FM8626C Website: http://www.thefightingmoose.com/ Blog https://thefightingmoosepodcast.blogspot.com/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fighting-moose/id1324413606?mt=2/ Story (PDF): http://ww.thefightingmoose.com/episode238.pdf Reading List: http://www.thefightingmoose.com/readinglist.pdf YouTube: https://youtu.be/5ZB-6u4sHRc/ Book(s): “Tube, Train, Tram, and Car” http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/55793 Music/Audio: Artist – Analog by Nature http://dig.ccmixter.org/people/cdk National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA): http://www.nasa.gov Song(s) Used: cdk - Sunday by Analog By Nature (c) copyright 2016 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/cdk/53755
Trips to Edinburgh and Liverpool, a religious experience on the Tube, a Keegan shop visit and outdoor cooking.Join the Iron Filings Society: https://www.patreon.com/topflighttimemachine See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01. Futuristic Polar Bears & FaderX - By My Side (Extended Mix) 02. Yves V, HIDDN & Almero - Faith (Extended Mix) 03. Tiësto, Lucas & Steve - Oohla Oohla (Extended Mix) 04. Yves V & Corsak feat. Leony - Where Do You Think You Are Going (Extended Mix) 05. Bruno Be, Kiko Franco - Friday Night (It's Not Right) (Extended Mix) 06. Voost - Sometimes It Hurts (Extended Mix) 07. LBL X DJs From Mars - CALL IT HOUSE (Extended Mix) 08. Tube & Berger - Higher Love (feat. Nuala) (Extended Mix) 09. Yves V, Dubdogz feat. ILIRA - Are You Ok (Extended Mix) 10. Wankelmut, Selva, MATTN - Scary Monsters (Extended Mix) 11. PONTIFEXX & DES3ETT - Blinded (feat. Amanda Collis) (Extended Mix) 12. Hentai Xander - In Heat. (Dave Ruthwell Remix) 13. Greg Dela feat. Hunter Falls - We Can Rule The World (Extended Mix) 14. Thomas Feelman & Fred Chase - We Won't Go Home (Extended Mix) 15. Yves V Feat Conor Byrne - Echo (Futuristic Polar Bears Remix) CLASSIC OF THE WEEK 16. Porter Robinson - Language (Extended Mix)
We just can't stop reviewing "backdoor pilot" episodes of The Facts of Life, so here we go again. This time Blair and Jo are graduating from Eastland, and perhaps this could have led to a spinoff series set at nearby Langley College. It didn't, of course, but it's still a fun two-part episode. We meet several new girls: Alexandra could have been a new Blair-type character at Eastland, while the graduating Emily, Bonnie, and Lisa could have joined a new cast at Langley. (For Lisa, life is a series of shoe problems. She could have become the most psychologically troubled sitcom character since Jan Brady.) We also have Mrs. Garrett juggling dozens of Jello molds and hundreds of pineapples, Roy the creepy bread delivery boy, a bizarre flashback sequence, Tootie seemingly in charge of the whole graduation ceremony, and the trouble with tassels. Also: We wish a Happy Birthday to Mork & Mindy's Pam Dawber, Kevin is on Gleaming the Tube and Earth Station One, and Kornflake is hiding under a giant pile of blankets. Kevin, Kevin, and Mike talking Wonder Woman on Gleaming the Tube! Kevin, Mike, and Mike talking Monkees on Earth Station One! And our regular links... The Flopcast website! The ESO Network! The Flopcast on Facebook! The Flopcast on Instagram! The Flopcast on Twitter! Please rate and review The Flopcast on Apple Podcasts! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Our music is by The Sponge Awareness Foundation! This week's promos: Ring of Thunder! Doctor Geek's vaccination PSA!
On episode 6 of PTBN You Tube Roulette, the group is live from Puerto Cuba to watch and discuss another 4 random matches that include: The Bulldogs in Japan w/Walter White Dynamite Kid facing Hansen and Gordy, a Rosa/Mercedes banger in a prison hall with a dead crowd, a Windham/Funk hidden gem piledriver fest from Puerto Rico that geographically challenges one of the hosts and an infamous match where the Young Bucks get stiffed for 20 minutes by Danielson and Strong that legit had several uncomfortable watching.
01. Becky Hill & David Guetta - Remember (David Guetta VIP Remix)02. Tommy Jayden - System Malfunction (Extended Mix) 03. GotSome & Kokiri feat. Tasty Lopez - Big Time Love (Extended Mix)04. David Guetta x MistaJam x John Newman - If You Really Love Me (How Will I know) [Extended]05. Crème - Lens Cleaner (Extended Dutty Mix) 06. Jake Tarry - Hot Tonight (Extended Mix)07. Dave Winnel - Freaking Out (Extended Mix) [Heldeep Records]08. Aboywithabag - Summertime in New York (Extended Mix)09. CØDE - Anxiety (Help Me) (Extended Mix)10. Analog Sol - Trinidad Dreams (AVIRA Extended Remix) [Armada Electronic Elements]11. Joe T Vannelli feat. Csilla - Play With The Voice (John Digweed & Nick Muir Twisted Vocal Extended Mix)12. EDX - Vommuli (Extended Mix)13. Jay Robinson - Free Again (Axwell Extended Cut) 14. NERVO, Tube & Berger - Lights Down Low (Kryder Extended Remix)[MUSICAL FREEDOM]
It's the 80th episode of the Truth About Vintage Amps Podcast: reverb, goats, pickles from Australia and special call-in guest Sam Mollica! Hosted by amp tech Skip Simmons. This week's episode is sponsored by Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. Some of the topics discussed this week: 1:32: Skip says thanks, Woodinville Straight Bourbon Whiskey 2:44 John Bachigaluppi of Tape Op magazine 4:37 TAVA t-shirts! Pre-order yours here. 5:33 Jupiter Condenser Co. discount: Use the discount code TAVA to get free domestic shipping on Jupiter speakers at https://jupiter-speakers.com! 7:03 Our listeners are amazing: Shawn's 3mg Filmosound resistor, Oystein gets a PA amp, Robert Knetzger's pencil resistor (YouTube link) 8:51 Hum on a modded 1979 Fender Musicmaster Bass amp 12:38 Getting more headroom out of a Silverface Fender Twin 18:02 A goat mule in a minivan 23:54 A speaker-driven reverb on a single, Champ-style amp 28:31 Pickled zucchini 32:32 A 1978 Fender Champ that runs too hot (Australian / import version); new tubes, DC voltages 40:36 An Australian amp tech chimes in 44:55 Dumble's Tweedle Dee circuit (5E3 variations); GZ34 rectifier tubes 50:56 Call-in guest: Sam Mollica (https://www.mollicaamplifiers.com); the 12AX7 in Fender standalone 6G15 reverb units; the dry signal in an Ampeg Reverberocket 1:04:10 Output jacks on Gibson Falcons versus modern methods; speaker-driven line out revisited 1:10:09 A '67 Fender Pro Reverb with a cracked screen grid resistor 1:13:40 Converting a Conn Strobotuner into an effectless Princeton; pentode pre-amp tubes (5879 tubes) 1:19:11 How to replace the speaker and move the output transformer on a Kay Model 503A; cleaning typewriters 1:27:48 A Silvertone Twin Twelve 1484 with a steady hum 1:31:54 Standalone reverb/trem unit projects; Gibson 1RVT Co-hosted by the Fretboard Journal's Jason Verlinde. Email or send us a voice memo to: email@example.com or leave us a voicemail or text at 509-557-0848. And don't forget to share the show with friends.
YouTube banning anti-vaccine activists. Sexual Assault suit against CNN's Don Lemon. ABC edits out Obama's criticism of "open borders". 77 year old gets "restless anal syndrome". A Florida man and an alligator.
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