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Fandomania: Geek Music

The Fandomania: Geek Music podcast features interviews with various musicians in the nerdcore and geek music scenes. Sometimes you'll get extra commentary on subjects related to geek music as well.
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Now displaying: March, 2016
Mar 25, 2016

In this episode of the Fandomania: Geek Music podcast, I talk to TekForce. In the interview, we talked about TekWar, Digital Champions, interesting samples, video games, Joss Whedon, and theremins / Tannerins.

Songs played in the show:

  • “Level Up”
  • “Heaven’s Lost Property”
  • “Ode to the Retro”
  • “Devastator”
Mar 18, 2016

In this episode of the Fandomania: Geek Music podcast, I talk to Dino-Mike. In the interview, we talked about funny music, sinners, systems, comic books, and other pop culture stuff. And, yes, Chris Hardwick was in Terminator 3 as “2nd Engineer.” Sometimes I have a weird memory for things.

Songs played in the show:

  • “The New Me”
  • “Hymn for Sin”
  • “Urban Dictionary” (feat. Bonecage)
  • “Fight the System”

 

Mar 11, 2016

In this episode of the Fandomania: Geek Music podcast, I talk to Mikal kHill. In the interview, we talked about sadness (OK, technically very briefly, but I had to put it in the list for obvious reasons), Kickstarter, Battlesloths, physical media, Magic the Gathering, zombies, and the first Ghostbusters trailer.

Songs played in the show:

  • “Who Are They?” (ft. Sulfur)
  • “Middle Claws Up” (ft. Sulfur, Adam WarRock, Jesse Dangerously, MegaRan & Ceschi)
  • “It’s Alright to Hate Your F***ing Life”
  • “Get Served”

 

Mar 4, 2016

In this episode of the Fandomania: Geek Music podcast, I talk again to the guys from Smashy Claw. In the interview, we talked about coming up with new material, Claw Machine and patronage, the creative process (the Smashy Claw Method, if you will), and Batman vs. Iron Man (we totally settled the debate on that one).

Songs played in the show:

  • “White Coats”
  • “Subordinate”
  • “Dreaming of Goatees”
  • “A Matter of Good and Evil”

(Sorry that Nathan is often very quiet; we has some slight connection issues at times)

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