I have always said that Alex Dezen, of the beloved Brooklyn band The Damnwells, has a romantic voice. I don’t mean that in the way we picture Valentine’s Day cards or the airbrushed bodices on paperback romance novellas. By “romantic” I am alluding to the artistic movement that wished to remove us all back to […]
morning! hope everyone had a lovely christmas, if thats your thing, mine was delightful, thanks for asking. had a request for a repost on this beauty, and well i am aim to please. what we have here is spiritualized doing their acoustic...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Matt Costa, Ben Harper, Wild Child Song: Jack Johnson - Rodeo Clowns What's so good? It's Sunday and the sun is shining beautifully. I think it's fair to say that summer has arrived in Cape Town, and while I know a number...Show More Summary
It may have not been a big week for Nintendo news, but we had plenty to talk about! A good crowd to discuss all things Nintendo today. I hope you enjoy what we put together! Download the show here (thanks MoldyClay!)
I had an idea, so I tried it out. I’m publishing it now, before I have a chance to back out and change my mind. Show Notes: The audio isn’t perfectly clean. That is by design. This is an experiment. Radio Free Burrito doesn’t work as hard as Memories of the Futurecast did to earn … Continue reading Radio Free Burrito’s Experimental Episode ?
David and Devindra are joined by Vince Mancini from FilmDrunk to discuss The Interview. Be sure to check out Vince’s and Devindra’s reviews of The Interview. Be sure to also check out The Hermit Kingdom. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com,...Show More Summary
Sounds like: San Cisco, Broken Bells, Foxygen Song: Electric Guest - Waves What's so good? I once heard someone describe this son as their "feel good" song to kick-start the day. One listen and you'll probably understand why. "Waves" comes off Electric Guest's album Mondo, the band's debut released in 2012. Show More Summary
Simon Callow Fretwork, Simon Callow, Clare Wilkinson, The Clerks; Spitalfields Winter Festival Reviewed by Hilary Glover on Dec 15 2014 Poems by John Donne and musical hallucinations inspire two contrasting concerts Clare Wilkinson An...Show More Summary
This post is in partnership with Cadillac This summer, Cadillac and the Producers Guild of America launched Make Your Mark, a short film competition that challenged producers to create compelling content with limited resources. Contestants...Show More Summary
merry christmas, folks! to everyone else, howdy! i am not a huge christmas music fan, but this is quite lovely as its all instrumental. anyway, hope you enjoy this, as i have. this was released in 69, for what its worth. not sure how long this will be up before the inevitable take down notice. Show More Summary
Even though we’re just about as firmly in the center of the dead-cold dark of winter as we can get these days, there will always be something inherently late-summery about the music of Small Houses (Jeremy Quentin) for me. I hear a redolence of ending or closing, the reels of the season playing back slowly-flickering […]
IDW Publishing and BOOM! Studios will celebrate the holiday season by releasing the first issue of a five-issue mini-series crossover event featuring Star Trek and Planet of the Apes. While we wait for The Primate Directive #1, please join TrekMovie for a look at Trek and Apes of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come. […]
Between ODST coming free to Master Chief Collection and our weekend with Halo 5, we have a LOT of Halo to discuss.
As part of our end-of-the-year efforts, today's podcast will be devoted to going through ALL (or all we can handle) of the mail that's been piling up on Massively Speaking's doorstep. It's a full hour of nothing other than your topics...Show More Summary
MP3: Carry Me Home (with Choir! Choir! Choir!) – Hey Rosetta! As if the original version of “Carry Me Home” from Hey Rosetta! wasn’t already one of the best new Christmas-song standards written in the last few years, Tim Baker has to go and sing it with a whole choir of folks. All my seasonal […]
With special guest Seth Freilich.
Matt and Ryan listen to and discuss three Christmas Albums: Mark Kozelek's "Mark Kozelek sings Christmas Carols," Los Campesinos!'s "A Los Campesinos! Christmas," and "A Very Very Decent Christmas" from Mad Decent. Episode 139: You Can...Show More Summary
Once in Royal David’s City is traditionally the first sung at the King’s College 9 Lessons & Carols service. It builds from a single treble to full choir, organ and descant. In a home listening situation, it is at its...
GeekScholars Movie News is ending 2014 on a hilarious high note with this gift to all of you: perhaps the funniest, most entertaining episode ever recorded, period. Hit the jump for more, or play above to indulge in the fun! On this show, the hosts reveal their Rotten Tomatoes and Opening Box Office Predictions for: … Continue reading January 2015 Preview ?