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This is Cinema Eclectica, the Geek Show's dedicated movie podcast, and we live up to our name. Each week our rotating cast tackle the latest theatrical releases, before reviewing DVDs and Blu-Rays of classic Hollywood, indie horror, Japanese arthouse, Czech New Wave, Italian cult films - you name it, we've done it with humour, passion, knowledge and Yorkshire accents.
 
«Эклектика» - это двухчасовое танцевальное радиошоу. Мастер электронного грува - DJ Максим Треск представляет концептуальное house и techno звучание. Обзор новинок музыкальных лейблов и экскурс в прошлое танцевальной сцены. Авторские треки отечественных продюсеров и гостевые миксы европейских артистов.
 
Pinball and video games. We're a mixed gaming podcast, but pinball and video games are our bread and butter, and our two permanent segments. Pinball generally receives the most attention of the two. We also, on occasion, cover other types of gaming (namely tabletop games such as RPGs and card games). We aren't known as eclectic for nothing!
 
Here at Eclectica you’ll find -all kinds- of superb music and unusual new forms of audio entertainment: From Rock to Reggae, Pop to Goth/Industrial, Trance to Middle Eastern, Happy Hardcore to Celtic & Jazz, Folk to R & B, Comedy to Early Music and much, much more, Eclectica has it ALL. We’ve even got a smattering of wonderful spoken-word pieces like poetry, audio plays and storytelling here n' there. So sit back, relax, & I hope you enjoy the journey! :):)
 
Eclectica is a very bellydance-inspired, diverse music podcast. Here you’ll find -all kinds- of music and unusual new forms of audio entertainment; designed to move the spirit, mind & body alike! From Rock to Reggae, Pop to Goth/Industrial, Trance to New Wave, Happy Hardcore to Jazz, R&B, Folk, Country, Middle Eastern, Indian + beyond- Eclectica has it all! So sit back & relax (or get up and shimmy) & come with me on a journey to explore music from all over the map!
 
Curated by renown R&B/Soul music critic, L. Michael Gipson, LMG's Soul Eclectics is a genre hopping music mix of R&B, soul, funk, nu-soul, nu-jazz, soul pop, acid jazz, soulful house, electrosoul--you name it! Spotlighting mostly post-2000 urban music from around the globe, the show's mission to illustrate how great music is still alive & kickin'!
 
Eclectic Voices is an alliance of writers building a safe and trusted space for our members to bring works-in-progress fiction, plays and screenplays for feedback and development. This podcast is our latest foray into getting our work by our core group of both emerging and established writers to the public at large. We produce fiction, monologues, short plays, and snippets of longer works. Explore this eclectic mix of voices – and spread the word! Eclectic Voices is edited and published by J ...
 
Starting in 2020, we're now releasing two episodes a month! The first episode releases on the 15th and is a chat of what we're currently reading and a general bookish discussion topic. The 2nd episode releases on the 30th and is our monthly book club discussion. We announce the following month's book pick at the end of the episode so you can read along with us. (Our older episodes follow this same format, but were combined into one longer episode a month.) We also have special author intervi ...
 
Eclectic Bliss: Submerge In Delicious Music. Breathe in the future...Independence is Bliss. The Eclectic Bliss podcast presents an international fusion of the best indie and unsigned artists from around the world. Visit EclecticBliss.com for more information about music featured in this podcast.
 
Eclectic MashPod combines various music genres into a one-hour chillout mashup podcast. There no limit to release date, genre or origin of the selected tracks. The main goal is to present you a diverse set of great sounds - 100% vinyl - mixed-up to get you in the weekend mood. You can listen to this podcast on your ipod, online, in your car or even at work. http://eclecticmashpod.podomatic.com/
 
The Friday Night Jazz Club Team of Baltimore's WEAA 88.9 FM present the new podcast...Eclectic Groove. Spinning artist such as Eric Roberson, Tawiah, Muhsinah, Eric Lau, Jill Scott, among a host of others. Some episodes will be a recording of our live broadcast airing every Friday on WEAA 88.9 FM at 10pm in Baltimore or weaa.org for those listening online. And some will be studio produced episodes. Download, Subscribe...... Enjoy and Keep it Soulful, Tru
 
What do you geek out on? Chances are we do too! This show is a place for geeks of all shapes and sizes to kick back, have fun, and let loose on a wide variety of content. Strap in and enjoy the ride us as we talk about anything and everything. Fear not we include our own unique views, humor, and opinions - free of charge. We will be joined by the occasional guest and good friends. This is a show for geeks by geeks – Welcome to Geek Eclectic.
 
Through intelligent dialog, we hope to educate, empower, and entertain. These shows are a series of perspectives based on personal, social, economical, political, cultural, sexual issues, and more that impact us.These shows hope to examine such issues focusing on how we navigate our lives, entertainment, culture, politics, health, and more... call ins widen the perspectives, special guests deepen the knowledge of the perspectives...Through these dialogs we hope to elicit a change in our comm ...
 
The tech-nomadic video blog from Eklektro / SolarSonic, since 2002. Whether breaking beats via electrified RV, streaming solar-sonic jams orbiting LA with a webcam, or space-walking the world with a loaded Mac in the backpack; Eklektro and friends deliver cyber-rhythmic spontaneity from the streets, wilderness and cultural coordinates of cyberspace! From the urban jungle to the Amazon; Eklektro is eclectic electronics... everywhere!
 
Chicago, 1934 In a city rife with crime and corruption, a hero emerges. The Shade, who rushes in where fools fear to tread...with predictable results. Luckily for Chicago, there’s the Vamp, female crimefighter replete with all the skill and talent the Shade lacks. Can the Shade save Chicago from crime? Can the Vamp save The Shade from himself? Eclectic Full Contact Theatre presents Throwing Shade, the 1930’s radio satire you’ve been dying for. Uploading every Wednesday on all your favorite p ...
 
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Sunday Noise, Vill & Vash - Cum On Me (Original Mix) Irregular Live - Main Street (Original Mix) Irregular Live - Saxtrain (Original Mix) Iont, Alex Noguera - Shot the high (Original Mix) Jaime Soeiro - Electroboyz (Original Mix) Baby Marcelo, Franco Moiraghi - De Noche Y De Dia Alegria feat. Franco Moiraghi (Mat.Theo & Kassier Remix) Billy Spira -…
 
A short episode, mostly talking about Guns N' Roses on the pinball side and VR on the video game side.Episode Links:Final Round's Pinball Expo workshop "Discussing Pinball Podcasts": https://youtu.be/rnUR3Xyw-U0This Week in Pinball's Deep Dive on Guns N' Roses: https://www.thisweekinpinball.com/guns-n-roses-pinball-deep-dive-in-depth-overview-of-th…
 
Our last Director's Lottery* sees us tackle one of Graham's beloved Czechoslovak New Wave directors - Juraj Herz, the thrilling maniac behind The Cremator. We chose his 1972 Gothic fantasy Morgiana, which is less viciously political than his best-known film but equally mad, and equally replete with fish-eye lenses. In Off the Shelf, Rob reviews Maf…
 
We've got a big announcement about our Director's Lottery feature this week, but for now we're rolling as usual. Last week's pick was Kinji Fukasaku, and from his ridiculously prolific career we picked Yakuza Papers vol 2: Hiroshima Death Match. If you think that's a full-on title, wait til you see the relentlessly action-packed film. Off the Shelf…
 
Graham and Rob hit the road in a stolen car - figuratively, in case our mums are listening to this - to review Sam Peckinpah's 1970s crime classic The Getaway. Starring Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw, written by Walter Hill and Jim Thompson, and with didgeridoos by Quincy Jones, it's got a hell of a pedigree. At the notably less scuzzy end of cinema…
 
Pinball: Tony and Dennis discuss some brief thoughts on Jersey Jack Pinball's upcoming game reveal, cover the new P3 game Ranger in the Ruins, talk about Fun With Bonus transitioning to a new focus, and spend a lot of time on the deeproot Pinball infodump and thoughts about how the whole thing went down.Video Games: Dennis and Tony discuss some bac…
 
This week, Mark, Rob and Graham travel back in time to ask you what films from the 80s and 90s you want to see sequels to. Since Graham normally wields a furious banhammer over any 80s nostalgia, this can only mean one thing: it's Bill and Ted Face the Music! Keanu's back, Alex is back - but should you go back? Off the Shelf has a packed week, with…
 
Which movie would you put in a space capsule for aliens to watch? That's the question we've put to you this week - knowing that, for a lot of people, it would be our Film of the Week. A thematically appropriate one, too, since John Ford's Stagecoach is more than accustomed to travelling across vast, hostile territory. The film that made John Wayne …
 
We were honoured to have Jason Wisdom on our podcast last month. Join us for conversations on the latest Death Therapy EP & Dance Therapy: Pre Apocalyptic Cyber Funk For Late Stage Humanoids and his new hardcore / metalcore project called The Reversalist, as well as Jason’s take on the good, the bad and the interesting trends of the Christian metal…
 
Tony and Dennis are joined by Nick Greenup and Keri Wing of Solid State Pinball Supply. In this entirely pinball episode they talk about Avengers, JJP, Deeproot, routing games, growing a pinball venue in a pandemic, and play a challenging game of guess-the-fix-to-this-pinball!Note: Skype had some audio latency issues so there are some strange pause…
 
1. Amari, Mike Tohr - Borax (Oliver Koletzki Rework) 2. Audiojack - Stellar (Original Mix) 3. Quivver - That's What Counts (Original Mix) 4. Shai T - The Song Of Dolores (Original Mix) 5. SPLIT - Berlin (Original Mix) 6. Felipe Cortes - Acces (Felipe Venegas & Nicolás Figueroa Remix 7. K POD - Roover (Original Mix) 8. Campbell Fryer - Moody (Origin…
 
Settle in for your next long, long car drive with Cinema Eclectica! This week, Rob and Graham are reviewing Charlie Kaufman's Netflix original, I'm Thinking of Ending Things. Opening up questions like "What is the nature of time?", "Are any of us truly unique?" and "What's with the pig anyway?", it gives us plenty to chew over. Our increasingly ina…
 
Wind up the music box and make sure you're camping on a reputable campsite, Cinema Eclectica is reviewing Johannes Nyholm's time-loop horror Koko-Di Koko-Da this week. A festival favourite that's proved more divisive among - is it insulting to say normal people? Probably - normal people, what do Graham and Rob make of it? Off the Shelf sees Rob ope…
 
Get the timestamped tracklists of all my mixes, exclusive ones and download them in high quality by becoming a patron at patreon.com/costals. That's the best way to support me and help me make more music and mixtapes. All I want is just make LOADS of my best music as I dive into a deep state of relaxation (cuz no thinking about money). I recently l…
 
Tony and Dennis are joined by Jason Knapp of the famous Knapp Arcade Facebook page to talk games!Pinball: The guys discuss Avengers: Infinity Quest from Stern Pinball, the reported price and limits on the Elvira House of Horrors topper, deeproot Pinball's hammer test promotion, and they play a new hit-game: Fix-A-Bank!Video Games: Discussion focuse…
 
Cinema Eclectica is a little different this week - and it's not just because we're risking another bad review from Covid-19 by going back into the cinema. It's because we've arranged the show backwards to accomodate our Film of the Week, Tenet - so those of you who want to go in completely cold can enjoy the rest of the show before we start discuss…
 
Tara, Meredith, and Jeannette go off to New York City to discuss The City We Became. How the book is a love letter to New York City yet a critique on society with racism. Also, the interesting process of how a city is born. Find us on Twitter, Litsy, Instagram, and Goodreads Next Episode’s Book: Pride on Goodreads and Bookshop…
 
Another Director's Lottery week, another chance for Tim, Mick, Rob and Graham to tear the show apart over the merits (or demerits) of a classic film - this time Toshio Matsumoto's punk-as-hell queer Oedipus Rex modernisation Funeral Parade of Roses. And if you think that sentence was a lot to take on board, wait until you hear the impassioned armch…
 
Pinball: The guys discuss the potential Guns and Roses reveal by Jersey Jack Pinball in September, the planned deeproot reveal in September, and Stern's video output adapter for LCD screens.Video Games: Discussion focuses on Epic's battle with Apple and Google app stores, Halo Infinite's delay, Burger King's advertising strategy on Twitch, and Supr…
 
Follow Eclectic on Facebook:www.facebook.com/EclecticlimitedR/D/V - Transmission Loss EP is out now at:Bandcamp: https://eclecticlimited.bandcamp.comBeatport: https://bit.ly/33RzXDQiTunes/Apple Music: https://apple.co/31HCNZaTraxsource: https://bit.ly/30UbJqyAmazon Music: https://amzn.to/30QCbkOStream on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2XVTjUq…
 
Meredith, Tara, and Jeannette talk about settings, and how much a setting matters in a book. What does it mean for the setting to be a character in the story? How much does the setting matter to the reader? Find us on Twitter, Litsy, Instagram, and Goodreads Raybearer on Goodreads and Bookshop Percy Jackson on Goodreads and Bookshop Such a Fun Age …
 
All aboard the Louise Brooks train for the silent cinema legend's wildest, nastiest and undeniably most hobo-packed outing: 1928's Beggars of Life. Director William Wellman was coming off the back of the first-ever Best Picture Oscar winner, Wings. Is this a worthy successor? Off the Shelf kicks off with a sad reminder that other people have been u…
 
Get the timestamped tracklists of all my mixes, exclusive ones and download them in high quality by becoming a patron at patreon.com/costals. That's the best way to support me and help me make more mixtapes and more music. I got the goal of reaching $600/month with Patreon as soon as possible. This will allow me to regain all my time, rent a 1-bedr…
 
Pinball: The guys do a re-cap on the last Build a Bank game. From there they discuss the survival of location pinball in the protracted fallout from COVID-19. Finally, in a not-really-pinball but not-really-video-games transition topic they talk about the Mr Jones Watches design that Ryan Claytor did: Step Right Up.Video Games: Discussion focuses o…
 
OK, place your bets now: how long before someone does a Brian Blessed impersonation? This week's Cinema Eclectica is headlined by Mike Hodges outrageous Flash Gordon - and if you think the director of Get Carter was an odd choice, wait until you hear who nearly directed it. In Off the Shelf, Tim takes a look at the new VoD slasher movie Open 24 Hou…
 
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