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Somewhere along the way I think I've lost my aging compass when it comes to music. Friends my age will tell me they don't like new bands because they can no longer relate to them and it isn't relevant to the life they currently lead. For me, music is as much about escapism as it is about wondering weather carries any relevance. I lead a mundane life. I like it that way, but I don't really need a band to remind me of it. What I need is a band that recaptures my youthful spirit by playing music that makes me what to shake off the lethargy that creeps in and settles on me because I've been thinking too much about paying dues and bills. Bands like the Medic Droid and Hyper Crush do that for me.

On this episode I play six tracks, I talk to the bands Medic Droid and Hyper Crush, and review the live show. Have a good Thanksgiving, and if you can come out the Crofoot on Nov.29th for Christmas On Mars!

Boy Crisis - Dressed to Digress (reminds me a bit of Soft Cell)

the Medic Droid - Fer Sure (remix), It's about Love (Get their ep on iTunes!)

Interview with Chris and Hector of Medic Doid

HyperCrush - The Arcade (edit), Sex And Drugs (I like the line about Soda Pop)

Interview with Hypercrush

Chronic Future - Rocket Science

mentions -

HK Army

 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:39 AM

2008 - Christmas On Mars - Trailer from George Salisbury on Vimeo.

I am helping promote/host a movie night next week at the Crofoot. Please come see Christmas On Mars, by renaissance-weirdo, Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips. There will be short films by local movie team, Iron Core TV. And an afterparty with suprises , a DJ (Me!) and more. All for$5!!!!!
Category:blog -- posted at: 3:52 PM

Here it is the final episode of BPM Media. I want to thank BPM, writer/artist Paul Sizer for doing so much work to put these episodes together. BPM Media, was an experiment of mine to promote independent art in a visual medium that could be easily viewed and informative at the same time. In 8 episodes, BPM Media provided bits of knowledge on both, Paul Sizer and his graphic novel, BPM. I hope you enjoyed the episodes, and, moreover, it prompts some of you to buy a book that may have never been on your radar screen.

Paul Sizer was the guest on Comic Geek Speak this week, they cover all kinds of territory both music and comics related.

For more information on BPM, visit Paul's BPM site he updates it regularly.

More Most People Are DJs artist videos are coming, but, later this week expect a packed MPAD episode with music, interviews and, of course, skewed intellect.


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Category:vidcast -- posted at: 4:11 AM

It's the next to the last epsiode of BPM Media. One BPM Media #7, BPM writer/artist, Paul Sizer explains the techniques behind the artwork in BPM.

The reviews for BPM are coming in, check out this one from ICV2!

As always you can find out more about BPM at Paul Sizer's BPM site.


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Category:vidcast -- posted at: 9:03 PM

I think today was the first snow to fall today for this time of year. Gray skies, snow, falling temperatures, just the stuff to usually bring a person today. But, today I'm all smiles and that's what this episode is all about. After some dark days, I'm turning over a new leaf and starting to look forward to tomorrow again. I'm playing some fun mix stuff and showgazesque tracks while I spiel on about PodCamp, MI and my iTouch.

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Bell Hollow - Getting On In Years (Phofo Remix)

School of Seven Bells Half Asleep (mp3) Buy at iTunes Music Store

SeaVault - I Could Be Happy

Girl Talk - In Step

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:08 AM

On BPM Media#6, writer/illustrator Paul Sizer introduces the major players of BPM. This episode includes lots of great illustrations from BPM.

 

Be sure to check out PodCamp Michigan this Saturday, I'll be there talking about how to make the most out of new media.


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Category:vidcast -- posted at: 2:37 AM