Richard Spencer discusses the Bill O’Reilly sex scandal, the bleak future of FOX News, and how O’Reilly came to define an era of Baby Boomer conservatism.
Perturbator’s "Android Love" Mixtape PART I (Re-upload)
Music from the Future.
Artwork by Ariel Zucker-Brull : www.facebook.com/ArielZBArt
Vangelis - Dawn - 00:00 Maethelvin - Night Love ESR - 04:16 Memory Ghost - Bleed Out - 07:06 Protector 101 - Runners - 11:45 Pilotpriest - Thief - 14:43 D/A/D - Terminal - 20:47 Tangerine Dream - Smile - 23:40 SymbolOne - Memory Level - 29:00 Jean Michel Jarre - Last Rendez-Vous (Ron’s Piece) - 32:53 M83 - Where the boats Go - 38:40 Linda Perhacs - If You Were My Man - 40:01 Symmetry - A Sort Of Homecoming - 43:27 Jeremy Schmidt - Solace - 47:00 Makeup & Vanity Set - Homecoming - 49:23 Moskva Kassiopeya - Decay - 54:40 Mitch Murder - Off World Prelude - 1:00:00 Danger - 09:19 - 1:01:14 Angelo Badalamenti - Into the Night - 1:04:58 Ectoplasm - Somnium - 1:09:36 Noir Deco - Tears From The Machine - 1:12:15 Ashra - Nightdust - 1:18:27
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/perturbator/perturbators-android-love-mixtape-part-i
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Many thanks to @oloffolo fopr his latest exclusive mix for AOR Disco. Track list coming soon at: http://www.aordisco.com
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/aordisco2/aor-disco-spring-mix-by-dj-shmeejay
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The following mix contains many Tux Refuxes and other assorted exclusives. Play this only at maximum volume. Don’t forget on 3/24 to "buy the fuckin’ album" (eazy duz it voice). We love each and every one of you.
Pre-order Tuxedo II here: https://stonesthrow.lnk.to/Tuxedo
Tracklist: Slave "Watching You" (Tux Refux) Gwen McCrae "Doing Cuz It Feels Good" George Clinton "Mans Best Friend" Mono Poly "Needs Deoderant" Gladys Knight "Save the Overtime For Me" Tuxedo "Doin My Best" instrumental Manhattan Transfer "Spice of Life" Tux Refux New Directions "Get Ready Let’s Party" Goin Federal "Tonight" Intrigue "I Like It" Boeing "Dance On the Beat" Curtis Hairston "I Want You" (M+M Mix) Amra "Special Kind of Love" Plush "Coast to Coast" Chic "I Feel Your Love Coming On" (Tux Refux) David Joseph "You Can’t Hide Your Love" BB&Q Band "Imagination" Le Voyage "All Night Affair" Amusement Park "Love Showdown" Krupa "Sunlight" Tuxedo "Father Stretch My Limo" (Instrumental) Game "Gotta Take Your Love" Skyy "Here’s to You" (Tux Edit) Cross Phyre feat Demetrius "Make It Easy On Yourself" Tuxedo "Scoot Dogg" (Instrumental)
Many thanks to https://soundcloud.com/good-vibes for his latest exclusive mix for AOR Disco, featuring rare West Coast / Folk Rock classics from the 1970s. Mark is best known as for his work with La Homage and Reference Point - and he is the co-creator of the acclaimed Americana: Rock Your Soul series (Volume 3 will be coming out later this year).
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/aordisco2/weekend-at-the-bu-by-mark-good-vibes-taylor
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In this landmark 20th episode of the Liberty Machine Unleashed podcast it’s a meeting of the minds as Richard Heathen interviews Alt-Right icon, Richard Spencer. Richard Spencer clashed with libertarian mainstay Jeffery Tucker when Spencer was invited to a break down session of the International Students for Liberty Conference by the Hans Hermann Hoppe Caucus. Left libertarians were outraged by his presence. The situation climaxed when social justice warrior friendly Jeffery Tucker threw a temper tantrum at Spencer calling him a fascist. Jeffery Tucker allegedly called the cops to have Spencer removed, but Spencer left before they arrived. Richard Heathen interviews Richard Spencer to get his side of the story. The two also discuss a myriad of different issues including aristocracy and the state.
In Boulder Colorado during the summer of 2015, @owocki and @miles_matthias were spending a lot of time in bars, coffee shops, and at meetup events, talking about startup engineering leadership. We have computer science backgrounds and lots of experience with OO design, version control, and web technologies, but not a ton of experience in the black arts of people management, hiring and recruiting, and leadership.
Our Monthly Startup CTO Meetup started as a means of changing all that. Boulder has a critical mass of startup engineering talent and an inclusive, welcoming, collaborative community. Why not get everyone together once every few weeks to exchange war stories? We only have one rule: No pitching, no self promotion. We usually do lunches, but have been known to do an occasional happy hour or meetup event as well.
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The best that ever did it.
Year 10 (2017)
Felix Dickinson’s story is closely linked with the story of house. He has been playing it (and making it legal to do so via his pre criminal justice act rave orchestration) since day one, has held decade long residencies in Japan and has made it under names ranging from Foolish and Sly to Bastedos. Besides working with labels like Rush Hour and DFA, he also runs his own Cynic Music and has been a key DJ at places like Glastonbury, Garden Festival and Sonar. His style is, generally, to play music from all over the place, but he always manages to mesh them together into some thing fun and coherent.
Over the course of 70 odd minutes here he shows off his far ranging taste and looks back as much as forward. Carefully controlled throughout, the set mixes up floor filling house with breezy grooves, chattery Chicago jack and euphoric piano anthems. It’s party starting but tastefully so and once again has you wondering who needs DJ Harvey when you have Felix Dickinson.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/dkmntl/dekmantel-podcast-109-felix-dickinson
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