Picking Up Something Good - Pablo Honey

01 – Pablo Honey (We Gotta Get Real Freaky and Real Creepy)

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Nicky Flowers (@yiffpolice) has never listened to Radiohead. Meys (@echovessel) has. Picking Up Something Good is a limited event prestige podcast from Noise Space and neo-detritus where Nicky and Meys will run through all of Radiohead’s output, album by album.

We’re starting off with 1993’s Pablo Honey, a real freaky and real creepy album. Also: PUSG: Origins, baby covers, Thom’s Corner.

1 – Doctor Who feat. Sam Vilkins

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Welcome to The Ask Box! Episode One kicks off with a wide-ranging discussion of early Doctor Who fandom on Tumblr featuring my good friend Sam Vilkins, a Science Communication Ph.D candidate at the Australian National University in Canberra (she’s much smarter than me).

Sam: twitter.com/samvilkins
Me (Allegra): twitter.com/llegrarosenberg
The Ask Box: twitter.com/TheAskBox

01 – Red and Mad and Sleeveless Online

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Welcome to what we can only assume is the internet’s first lesbian-couple-hosted Mo Dao Zu Shi program, Podcasting is Forbidden in the Cloud Recesses! Today we take a look at season 1 episode 1, “Banishing Evil, Part 1!” Come with us as we enter the world of ancient Chinese ghostbusting, meet children of various sizes, and get a look at the first man to ever exist.

Intro: Carly Rae Jepsen – I Really Like You, arr. & perf. by Olivia Lin
Outro: Iron Maiden – The Trooper, perf. by Alejandro Sayago

Art by roy

001 – The Age of Adz by Sufjan Stevens (8.4)

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Tuning Fork is a show about music and the Pitchfork Media hype machine. David and Matt, and sometimes guests, will dive into an album that Pitchfork loved or hated, go through the review, listen to the album, and decide whether or not they agree with the ‘fork on this one.

This week’s album is The Age of Adz by Sufjan Stevens, well-known as a departure from his established style of acoustic allegorical indie pop. Our guest is Stephanie from City Girls Make Do.

EPISODE 120: House of Wax (2005)

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This week, hosts Blair and Sara give up on pretending not to actually be a Final Destination podcast as they’re joined by We Hate Movies’s own Chris Cabin to sorta get down to business as we talk about House of Wax (2005)! Come and join us as Blair loses his mind over wax physics, someone finally understands who the hell Sara is talking about, and a polite platter of meat and cheese is enjoyed by all in this fat, juicy hog of a closer to this years Schlocktober. Thank you all for fusing with the Schlocktober in your mind-prisms and welcoming in the new flesh, etc.!

Extra special from the bottom of our hearts thanks to Satah for composing our wonderful special intro and outro music for this spooktacular season. We love them the most, no one will ever compare, the rest of you can all give up now and check out more of their work at http://gaygothvibes.online !!

000 – An Exercise in Podcast Hubris (Rules and Regulations)

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It all begins here. Michelle Arf and Derek Godin of Dim the House Lights have decided to take on the Herculean task of plugging the Internet Movie Database’s Top 250 films (plus six wild cards) into a single elimination bracket and finding out which one is the real middlebrow champion. In this inaugural episode, they lay out the rules of the tournament, talk about the eccentricities of the list itself, and parse their own biases.

See the empty bracket
Drop us a line: middlebrowmadness@gmail.com
Follow us on Twitter: @middlebrowpod
Follow Michelle on Twitter: @spacejamfan
Follow Derek on Twitter: @derek_g

001 – Noisespace.net! “It’s Dot XYZ!”

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Welcome aboard the USS HomestarRErunner! We’re your captains Evan and David! In this first episode, we discuss the “First time here?” and character videos and give an of introduction to the characters. Also: early internet culture, Homestar’s continuing influence and weird Quiznos’ commercials.

Warning: Because this discussion covers the characters it also includes some of the problematic elements of some of them, and while there is no specific discussion of triggering subject matter a general CW for mentions of sexual predation and racism is still present.