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Join musician, composer, singer, producer and artist Brian Eno at the Apple Store Regent Street as he discusses music, art and his foray into the world of iPad apps. Along with musician and software designer Peter Chilvers, Brian has developed a series of apps from Bloom to Trope, and now Scape for iPad. A new form of album, Scape makes music that thinks for itself, offering users deep access to its musical elements. These can be endlessly recombined to react to each other and change mood to ...
 
There are great opportunities in life when you leverage the power of your own experience and take on an apprenticeship approach to life. Experiences, no matter how routine, can provide valuable information for future use. Are you paying attention enough to see and benefit from this?Your mindset, outlook, and overall attitude are all major contributors to personal and professional success. The first season of The Power of Experience Podcast focuses on helping you be honest with yourself, taki ...
 
dublab Radio presents In Conversation, a monthly podcast featuring interviews from its 20 years of broadcasting. Highlighting some of the most compelling interviews from dublab's archives, In Conversation offers an in-depth view into the lives and creative processes of its guests. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-inconversation/support
 
Verdens bedste plader - så enkelt kan det siges. Kristian Leth & Ralf Christensen tager hver uge hovedspring ned i et centralt album fra pop- og rock-historien, som stadig får nutidens musikalske landskaber til at skælve. Vi hører hele albummet, fra ende til anden, inklusive værternes rablende kommentarer, alle de gode historier og de store linjer.
 
listening sessions for the third ear ~ cut-up collage edits & free-format mixtape compilations eclectic selective assemblage ~ ranging from difficult to easy listeningvarious genres ~ various artists instrumentals . songs . spoken_word oddly modified - modly oddifiedmerging into medleys of metapsyphonicaCustomer Review: "Constantly Unfolding" "AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music, clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth moving assemblage that both challenges and g ...
 
David Bowie, nacido como David Robert Jones en Londres en 1947 es un músico y compositor de rock británico, quien ha ejercido a su vez de actor, productor discográfico y arreglista. Figura importante de la música popular durante más de cinco décadas, Bowie es considerado un innovador, en particular por sus trabajos de la década de los setenta y por su peculiar voz, además de la profundidad intelectual de su obra. Artista camaleónico, ha cambiado varias veces de estilo y ha recogido múltiples ...
 
Jon Richardson and the Futurenauts - How To Survive The Future Comedian and professional worrier Jon Richardson doesn’t sleep much at night. The questions he is asking himself in the small, dark hours see to that. Are we going to run out of food? Is it already too late to stop climate change? Should I start learning Mandarin? Are killer death robots from the future already among us? Will my kids grow up to see a real tiger or giraffe? Could Trump become ‘President for Life?’ Why hasn’t anyon ...
 
Conventional wisdom and common sense are killing us! If you're not certain, just look around! Are you living FULL ON? Are you truly amazed with your life? Are you enthralled with who you ultimately are? Want to be? Tired of the "rat race?" Tired of being ignored, forgotten, maligned, of feeling left out of all THIS gig has to offer? It's time to Bring Your Own Brawn! All Natural Being is a show that remains "Avidly YOU!" Why? Because you are one big bag of "Natural Resources" just waiting to ...
 
Gordon's Alive! Shy and retiring actor Brian Blessed has got his first ever podcast. Every Wednesday, he'll be soooooothing you to sleep with classic children's stories and fairy tales. Get ready for a 'calming' and completely off-the-rails rendition of some of world's most famous stories. This podcast is produced by Union JACK radio - the home of Great British Comedy! Fiddle your knob and find Union JACK radio on national DAB digital radio, on the app, on your PC or on that Alexa woman.
 
In My Whey Podcast is hosted by me, Brian Geller, DC, a chiropractor out of Buffalo, NY. Originally started as a fanzine in the summer of 2011, In My Whey was created to capture all things strength in the hardcore/punk community. The fanzine embodied the DIY movement by self-publishing, editing and funding the entire project, with no ads nor sponsors. In My Whey Fanzine featured a wide range of interviews with people ranging from elite-level powerlifters, strength coaches, recreational lifte ...
 
John Mayall, el patriarca del blues inglés, creó las bases para el desarrollo de numerosos grupos, llenos de talento, en los años sesenta. En la práctica, gracias a él se formaron los núcleos creativos de Cream, Fleetwood Mac, Colosseum, con músicos procedentes de las varias formaciones de Bluesbreakers de Mayall, gente, en suma, que ha marcado (o marca) la historia del rock en todo el mundo. Nacido en Macclesfield, Cheshire, el 29 de noviembre de 1933, John Mayall creció en Bramhall, un sub ...
 
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New Jersey was one of the hardest hit states by the COVID pandemic, and the government's response to COVID likely ended up causing more pain than the virus alone. Governor Phil Murphy even went as far to say that worrying about the Bill of Rights was "above his pay grade" when being pressed on his administration's lockdown tactics. Gregg Mele decid…
 
One of the most inspired of producer Adrian Sherwood’s many collaborations is the early-’80s dub project New Age Steppers – a loosely-configured collective of British and Jamaican musicians that primarily centered on Sherwood’s studio alchemy and the distinctive singing of Slits vocalist Ari Up. The project mixes up bright reggae songs and experime…
 
"The goal of the proposal is ...." Now, to judge how a proposal did, one would want to look at the actual outcomes of said proposal, versus just looking at the intentions of the proposal. And yet, when it comes to government programs and policies, it is the intentions that lawmakers seem to focus on. Nolan Gray is a housing researcher at UCLA, a fo…
 
A special sneak-peek into the new video format of The Brian Nichols Show, as today I'm joined by Britt from the Freckles and Britt Show! Starting on Monday, the program will be debuting each episode both via podcast and YouTube! To start things off, Britt joins the program to discuss the way words have lost their meaning, and why definition of word…
 
"You're not a real libertarian." Heard that one before? Whelp, if you're listening to the program, then not only have you likely heard that before, but you're also likely done with that mindset, as our goal here is to bring liberty to people's lives now. To help more things forward, a surge of "libertarian unity" has been sweeping the party. Today'…
 
This week James catches up with world-renowned climate scientist and science writer, Dr. Kate Marvel. Kate is research scientist at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies and a professor at Columbia University’s Department of Applied Physics and Mathematics. One of the reasons for inviting Kate on the show was to get to the bottom of how a clim…
 
Today, we're speaking with AUX Architecture founder Brian Wickersham. AUX Architecture is an award-winning architecture firm based in Los Angeles with an eclectic array of different types of project typologies, working in high-end residential, mixed-use, multi-family, and a number of cultural projects as well. Brian and I discuss how AUX was born o…
 
How often have your gone out of your way to purchase a can of RC Cola? Not too often, eh? (unless you're one of those RC Cola fanboys)... Now, if I were to say, "think of a brand of soda", Pepsi and Coca Cola are likely the first to pop into your mind? Why? Enter the world of marketing. Yes, what you say matters. But if you're out of sight, you're …
 
For those outside of the major urban areas, life during the COVID pandemic has been, all things considered, more or less, the same. But in those greater urban areas (and Democratic states, candidly) life is still on pause, with many government restrictions still in place. Joining the program is Libertarian Party PA State Senate candidate Tim McMast…
 
The Biden "Infrastructure Bill" is out, and guess what... EVERYTHING IS INFRASTRUCTURE! Roads and Bridges? Yup! Childcare!? YUP! Climate Change!? YUP!!! Sound a bit... much? Don't worry, you're not alone in that feeling, as Brad Polumbo from the Foundation For Economic Education (FEE) returns to the program to dig into all the dirty details about t…
 
Today, we're speaking with one of the co-founders of Charlap Hyman & Herrero, Andre Herrero. Andre received his architectural training at the Rhode Island School of Design, graduating with a degree in Fine Arts and a degree in Architecture in 2012. He then went to the UK, working for David Chipperfield Architects in London. He then worked for SANAA…
 
At this point, it's pretty much a foregone conclusion that the US Dollar will continue to lose value as the Federal Reserve continues to print money en masse, along with countries losing the "full faith and trust" in the US government that used to pad the value of the dollar. Enter #Bitcoin. Bitcoin has shown to be both an investment (of sorts) and…
 
Episode 77 is a conversation with Brian Gathy. Brian hosts the excellent podcast End on End which is covering the entire Dischord Records catalog by release. Brian along with his co-host Jeff do an amazing job digging deep into these records, and have had a who's who of Dischord related folks on the podcast. We of course talk quite a bit about Bria…
 
The government lockdowns in response to the COVID-19 pandemic absolutely decimated small businesses. On top of that, major cities across the US were already seeing mass exoduses due to increasing cost of living, increased taxes, and the fact that cities are losing their initial appeal as hubs of commerce and activity. Scott Beyer returns to the pro…
 
Happy Easter! Continuing with our Sunda Candidate Highlight Series, today we're venturing our west, as we chat with Joe Evans, Libertarian running for Congress in Idaho! Joe joins the program to outline why he's running for Congress, why foreign interventions are still an important issue to focus on, and how libertarian solutions can help bring Ame…
 
We've spoken on Republican and Democratic populism over the past month or so, but what about Libertarian populism? How can Libertarians tap into that energy that runs rampant through the populist appeal? Where can Libertarians help bridge the gap between left and right populists? Joshua Smith returns to the program to give his take on Libertarian p…
 
Our guest this week is business coach and entrepreneur, Ray Brown. For about 5 years, Ray has worked at CEO-level across six companies, including overseeing the sale of Scotland's largest watercolor business Premier Water to global food giant Danone in 2005. In late 2005, after moving to Australia with his family, he was selected to join the intern…
 
We all accept that the government doesn't tell us certain information. Now, government will say it's due to "national security" or some other reason, but what about the government using the media apparatus to actively misinform the public? Donnie Gebert is a former government insider who outlines the extent that government goes to misinform the pub…
 
Episode 28 is a quick update on the podcast and an excuse to fill in two old episode numbers that needed to be replaced. There is a quick 7 Seconds story here as well as some cool news about the podcast. A regular conversation episode will be back next week. This episode includes the song "Skies Filled With Wizards" from my old band Presley.…
 
2020 brought a lot of unprecedented challenges, with dozens of states taking unconstitutional actions to "protect" their citizens. One such state is New Jersey. With the crackdown on civil liberties in response to the COVID pandemic, Governors like Phil Murphy unintentionally fired up activists all around the country. In New Jersey, the pro-liberty…
 
Freedom. Passion. Principle. That's what Nicholas Magner, candidate for New Jersey's 4th Legislative District, promotes as the underlying values of his campaign. Nick joins the program to outline what he is running for assembly as a Libertarian, and why Second Amendment rights, drug decriminalization, bodily autonomy, lowering taxes, and "Defending…
 
The data, facts, and realities of COVID were far away from what the media and public health institutions were presenting to the world at the advent of the pandemic. And while the controlling narrative was that of lockdowns and fear in response to COVID, organizations like PANDA have been working with some of the top minds in public health, focusing…
 
Kia ora! Welcome back for the second series of What Comes After What Comes Next, Aotearoa New Zealand's number one podcast about how we tackle the climate crisis and renew our economies in a post-pandemic world. To kick off series two James catches up with "probably the most important economist in the world"* Professor Jeffrey Sachs. *according to …
 
Bill is a public sector employee. He is represented by a public sector union. Bill wanted some more information about his union and their contracts, but Bill was told "Don't worry about that." If you're Bill in this situation, what would you do? The first step should be giving a call to the team at the Fairness Center. Today, Nathan McGrath (Presid…
 
Did you state lockdown in response to the COVID pandemic? And if it did end up locking down, did your state follow the science data and reopen once government lockdowns were shown to have no impact on the virus? Joining the program is Anna Zeigler (The Federalist) who joins the program to put the spotlight on one Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. List…
 
Episode 76 is a conversation with Steve Brooks, Steve is best known as the guitar player and singer of bands Torche and Floor. I've been a big fan of both of these bands who play some of the heaviest and catchiest music around. We get into where that inspiration came from to create the music in those bands, starting like a number of my guests, with…
 
Free speech is one of the fundamental cornerstones in American society. However, in recent years, we've watched as free speech rights have been focused on and attacked by those saying speech can be dangerous. But do they have a point? After all, can't hate speech lead to hateful actions? Joining the program is Frederick M. Lawrence, 10th Secretary …
 
It’s never too early to start thinking about the 2022 elections, and that's why Martha Bueno is joining the program to discuss her candidacy for the Miami Dade District 10 Commissioner. An area in Florida that encompasses, West Kendall, Kendall Lakes,Fonatinebleau, Horse Country, Westchester, Westwood Lakes, Olympia Heights and Sunset, listen as Ma…
 
The death penalty... The ultimate punishment handed down by the government for the most abhorrent of offenders. It's an absolutely necessary form of punishment for the worst of the worst.... right? That has been a hot topic in conservative circles, and Hannah Cox argues that conservatives should in fact be concerned about the death penalty, and joi…
 
As we discussed on Friday with Jack Hunter, Donald Trump proved that there was an untapped market within the GOP that a persona like he could take advantage of - populism. However, that populism isn't exclusive to the GOP, as the ascendance of "democratic socialists" like Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez has show the Democratic Party jus…
 
This week I’m speaking with Christian Giordano, president and majority shareholder of Mancini Duffy, a technology first design firm based in New York City and New Jersey. Christian is an innovator, an entrepreneur, a visionary, and a disruptor; he’s the inventor of The Toolbelt LLC, a software suite that allows users to explore and manipulate 3D mo…
 
Episode 75 is another conversation with Bob Mayo of the Boston area metal band Wargasm. This episode almost serves as a prequel to the first one we did (Episode 27) where we mostly talked about the history of Wargasm. Here we talk about the music that Bob grew up with starting around 1978 with Sabbath and Kiss, hitting the NWOBHM in 1980 and going …
 
"We needed to lock down out of an abundance of caution. We didn't know what the virus was going to do." Ya'll have heard that before, right? Well, believe it or not, some of us have been raising the red flag from the very beginning that the government response to COVID (like the government lockdowns) would lead to more unintended long term conseque…
 
The ideas of personal liberty and free markets will always win in the battleplace of ideas, but that is irrelevant if people aren't willing to hear our solutions in the first place. So, what can we as libertarians do better to avoid these pitfalls of the past? 2020 Libertarian Party vice presidential candidate Spike Cohen returns to the program to …
 
Starting off our new "Sunday Candidate Highlight Series", I am joined today by Joel Getz! Joel is the Libertarian candidate for Mayor in East Stroudsburg, PA and joins the program to highlight specific policy goals of a Getz administration, and why it is that something as simple as parking meters can be a winning issue at the ballot box. Find Joel …
 
Donald Trump proved that there was an untapped market within the GOP that a persona like he could take advantage of - populism. Now, this isn't a new discovery, but rather something that hasn't been effectively utilized by GOP politicians in decades. Instead of learning from what Trump was able to do successfully in his use of Republican populism, …
 
Finding common ground is one of the most challenging aspects of political discourse in 2021. In a world where "the others" are looked at with skeptical eyes, it's more important for us to enter into good-faith dialogue whenever and wherever we can on issues of agreement. One such area the left and right (should) be finding common ground is that of …
 
We continue honoring the women in architecture in today’s interview with architect Julia Nagele. Nagele is making her mark on the Seattle skyline, currently leading the design of her second high-rise tower in the city while working at Hewitt, at which she is a Principal and the Director of Design. In today’s interview, you’ll discover the skills Ju…
 
By definition, learning a trade from a master would be described as an apprenticeship. In this episode, I discuss embracing the value of approaching life as an apprenticeship. Recognizing the fact that you can and will learn skills from those around you who are closer to mastering them. Using this approach does not limit you to learning from one pe…
 
Episode 74 is a conversation with founder of death metal band Dismember, Fred Estby. Dismember were a pioneering death metal band out of Sweden and Fred I talk about how that band came about as well as his roots way before that in the metal tape trading world. Fred is an amazing story teller, check out his story about Dismember facing obsenity char…
 
Where is America headed? Pay attention to the news for more than 10 seconds, and you'd believer we're one step closer to Hell in a handbasket than ever anticipated. And who to blame? Well, the corporate media is sure to make sure the proverbial finger is pointed at the "young folks" - namely - the Millennials and Generation Z. As a Millennial, I've…
 
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