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Gnomecast #15 – The Power of No

  Welcome to the Gnomecast, the Gnome Stew’s tabletop gaming advice podcast. Here we talk with the other gnomes about gaming things to avoid becoming part of the stew. So I guess we’d better be good. Today we have Phil, and myself, Ang, and we’re going to discuss Phil’s recent article, The Power of No. Links […]

Terry Gibbs: 92 Years Young

15 hours agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

One of the giants of the jazz vibraphone has just released a fabulous new album—92 Years Young: Jammin' at the Gibbs House (Whaling Cit Sound). It's a stone-cold swinging killer. Every single track on here is out-of-control great, proving that...        

Analyzing Red Dead Redemption 2's Delay

On this week's Xbox show, we discuss who wins and who loses in the wake of Red Dead Redemption 2's delay. Plus: Destiny 2, Scorpio, and the potential scourge of the exclusive marketing deal.

New Indie Rock Songs from doubleVee, Innocent Persona, The Sleeping Tongues, Evan Mix, Jack Kotz, Layla Frankel, Liz and the Lovelies

With summer just around the corner, the releases are coming in at a mad pace, and there are plenty of great indie and DIY tracks […] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe

Episode 264: Die Goth or Live Trying

On the TFT Podcast, we listen to and discuss the Mountain Goats’ latest record, “Goths.” Episode 264: Die Goth or Live Trying originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]

21 Savage – “Issa” (Feat. Drake & Young Thug)

21 Savage turned the word "issa" into a thing when he declared during an interview that the cross tattoo on his forehead "issa knife." And now he's turned it into a song, too, enlisting Drake and Young Thug to hop on a track produced by Wheezy and Narcos. "I watched you go sell four million,…

The only true love is a seething mistrust

If the Wicker Man was set in the post-Brexit dystopia of Preston, Lancashire… …it might look and sound quite a lot like Evil Blizzard. All of the music is a distorted bass guitar; grotesque masks thwart face-identification algorithms; the only emotion is seething mistrust. Evil Blizzard – Are You Evil? We’re off to see Evil Blizzard this […]

/Filmcast Ep. 419 – Alien: Covenant

David, Devindra and Jeff delve into the new Twin Peaks and get impressed by the Seattle International Film Festival’s 2017 program. Also: Come see Stephen Tobolowsky and David Chen live this Sunday, May 28th! Details here. You can always...Show More Summary

Humbo

Mina - "Piu di'Te" Adriano Celentano - "Prisencolinensinainciusol" I think a lot about this one time that Carlo and I got on the subway and he freaked out because he swore he'd glimpsed the train conductor eating a snack out...

Ray Mantilla: High Voltage

2 days agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

A week or so ago I received a call from Harry Sepulveda. Harry and I go way back. We first met in the 1970s, when I used to buy Latin-jazz albums at Record Mart, his store in the Times Square...        

A FACE LIKE HUMPHREY BOGART

Daniel Romano - "Ugly Human Heart Pt. 2". A silver-screen sheen on you, the streets, your ugly human heart. A whole sky gone backdrop, a whole city gone set. Dashing like a dancer, feeling beer-bittersweet; or if not beery...

Raise your hand if you don't know what Mr. Whippy is

Last episode we talked with Alex Rose about British slang (and his video game, I guess), and we're not letting up this week with a new term we learned from Destructoid alumnus Fraser Brown. What the heck is Mr. Whippy and why don't Americans...Show More Summary

Episode 464: E.T.: I Learned It from You, Alien Dad!

On the Overthinking It Podcast, we make an alien covenant: We will all watch Steven Spielberg’s 1982 masterpiece “E.T. The Extra Terrestrial” and discuss it on the podcast. Episode 464: E.T.: I Learned It from You, Alien Dad! originally...Show More Summary

Oscar Pettiford: 1955-'58

3 days agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

In the spring of 1956, bassist Oscar Pettiford (pictured above with cello), in tandem with producer Creed Taylor, began assembling musicians and arrangers for what would become one of the hippest and sexiest big bands of the mid-decade period. Two...       Related Stories Manhattan Jazz Septette  

Let’s make love and listen to Etienne De Crécy 1996

A couple of weekends ago, we celebrated the result of the French Presidential Election by revisiting a bunch of French albums, including Etienne De Crécy’s seminal jazzy-disco-house compilation Super Discount. It is sobering to think that this came out more than 20 years ago, and that we were there to dance it, fresh off what […]

GoNintendo Podcast Webisode 614

This week's show turned into a two-person affair, but ended up lovely all the same. Won't you join myself and Mom Brain for a lovely chat about Nintendo and other weirdness? Download the episode here

What We Want from Far Cry 5

This week on IGN's video game talk show: Far Cry 5, Nintendo Switch, Metroidvanias, and more.

What to Watch This Weekend: Get Out

On this episode, the GeekScholars host a spoiler-free discussion and review of Get Out, one of 2017’s most-buzzed about horror films (and rightfully so, it’s fantastic) about a young black man who goes to meet his white girlfriend’s family and the unusual encounters and events that occur. Show More Summary

IGN UK Podcast #384: Our Dream Witcher Netflix Cast

Who better to cast Geralt than two people who don't have a clue who he is?

Wraiths and Drones

The hauntology is strong with Weakness.  That the track seems to start half way through, its world already established, eases us in to this (the proceeding track defiantly ends with silence). That high altitude, radiation damaged theremin sound that GY!BE kinda owned in the 90s, that’s here.  Like wraiths orbiting a decayed world.  Its an analogue […]

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