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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: August, 2016
Aug 26, 2016

In this episode of the Fandomania: Geek Music podcast, I talk to Jesse Dangerously. In the interview, we talked about a lot of stuff. It’s another fairly long episode with a wide range of topics. And, yeah, the Labyrinth Pop Vinyl for Sarah comes with Worm, not Fizzgig. I pre-ordered the Dark Crystal ones at the same time so I just misspoke.

Songs played in the show:

  • “Coming Out Wrong”
  • “A Secret Gay Film on its 30th Birthday”
  • “fml lol smdh”
  • “Pumpkin Spice Illuminatte”

 

Aug 19, 2016

In this episode of the Fandomania: Geek Music podcast, I talk to Paul Pescrillo of Geek E Inc., Productions and Toonami Faithful. In the interview, we talked about Toonami, the difficulties of making nerdcore popular, finding venues for promotion and discussion of geek music, and drama in nerdcore.

Songs played in the show:

  • None

 

Aug 12, 2016

In this episode of the Fandomania: Geek Music podcast, I talk to Robin Harbron (still can’t believe I messed up his name!) from Bedford Level Experiment. In the interview, we talked about flat earthers, early viral videos, the Timex-Sinclair 1000, the C64, the awesomeness of basements, the freedom of artistic restrictions, and John Wyndham.

Songs played in the show:

  • “History (Commodore 64)”
  • “Buying a Computer”
  • “Sault Ste. Marie”
  • “Love to Prove”

 

Aug 3, 2016

In this episode of the Fandomania: Geek Music podcast, I talk to Bluestreak of Beyond the Horizon Radio. In the interview, we talked about Star Citizen (man, the insanity of that whole debacle!), the loss of the soul of terrestrial radio, supporting artists, the varieties of geek music, Transformers (NOT the Michael Bay version), Ghostbusters (before it came out, but… yeah…), Louis CK, and licensing music.

 

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