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SECRET CONVERGENCE OF INFINITE PODCASTS
That’s right! In this third in the #SCOIP series of podcast crossovers, The Beyonder has gathered together Gary Lactus with Kieran Shiach from Journey Into Misery, Chico Leo from Fan Bros and Al Kennedy fromHouse To Astonish to ponder the impossibly specific question, ARE THINGS BETTER OR WORSE.
Unsurprisingly things turn pretty ramblesome pretty quickly as our cosmic castaways talk about Comic Book Movies, Bill Jemas and Joe Quesada and The Changing Face Of The Industry In General. There’s some laughs, some sagely nods and some lovely Moral messages at the end.
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This edition of SILENCE! is proudly sponsored by the greatest comics shop on the planet, DAVE’S COMICS of Brighton. It’s also sponsored the greatest comics shop on the planet GOSH! Comics of London.
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Day: Saturday 15 November, 2014 Location: Arts Centre Melbourne, Australia
Steve Albini is one of the most respected figures in the international independent music scene. A respected artist, music journalist, industry commentator and recording engineer, Steve is a champion of theindependent music business. He is regularly quoted by music media for his views on topics ranging from piracy to crowd funding to royalties and recording.
As an Engineer, his unique philosophical and technical approach is affirming for independent artists – his preference for analogue over digital recording and a “punk-rock” attitude has ensured him a lasting sonic signature across the industry. He has more than1500 albums, working withsome of the world’s most seminal and pioneering rock acts such as Nirvana, the Pixies, PJ Harvey and The Stooges. Steve Albini will deliver the keynote address at Face The Music 2014.
Presenter: Steve Albini – USA (Engineer, Electrical Audio)
Presented by Face The Music and Melbourne Music Week Filmed by JMC Academy
Pick some of your favourite albums of all time; Steve Albini probably produced one of them. You may remember him from such brilliant bands as Big Black and the wonderful essay, "The Problem With Music": http://www.arancidamoeba.com/mrr/problemwithmusic.html
Now listen to Steve Albini in conversation with Jesse Thorn from The Sound Of Young America
Stop Podcasting Yourself
The hilarious and charming John Hodgman and the charming and hilarious John Roderick join us to talk about print magazines, fashion risks, and one another’s prized possessions.
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