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New Slang is (mostly) an interview-based podcast hosted by music journalist Thomas Mooney. For the most part, it's an hour-long conversation with singer-songwriters, musicians, and bands within the Americana, country, folk, and rock realms. We discuss influences, albums, songwriting, and all things within that artist's life. Thomas Mooney has been published in the likes of Texas Monthly, Rolling Stone Country, Lone Star Music Magazine, Texas Music Magazine, Wide Open Country, and several oth ...
 
Edited by bestselling anthologist John Joseph Adams, LIGHTSPEED is a Hugo Award-winning, critically-acclaimed digital magazine. In its pages, you'll find science fiction from near-future stories and sociological SF to far-future, star-spanning SF. Plus there's fantasy from epic sword-and-sorcery and contemporary urban tales to magical realism, science-fantasy, and folk tales. Each month, LIGHTSPEED brings you a mix of originals and reprints featuring a variety of authors, from the bestseller ...
 
You've found WHO magazine's TV podcast, Binge List - your weekly guide to what's bingeworthy on TV. From streaming, to pay TV, to broadcast, we've got it all covered. Join TV aficionados Matthew Denby, Gavin Scott and Clare Rigden as they talk about this week's must-watch shows. So get comfortable, find the remote and tune in for everything you need to know - and a lot more!
 
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Get In Shape! Do your aerobics workouts to disco and percussion music with Hot Percussion Licks Aerobics Exercise-Diet Guide & Video. $10.00 U.S. View Promotional Video AT https://tinyurl.com/HPList4The Simmons CompanyP.O. Box 880761San Francisco, California 94188-0761 U.S.A. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/select-worldwide-all-star-rad…
 
On Episode 156, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Pony Bradshaw to discuss the writing, storytelling, and mythos of his new album, Calico Jim, which is due out Friday, January 29. Bradshaw's Calico Jim taps into the Northwest corner of Georgia--Bradshaw's rural Dade County--for intricate and detailed storytelling that feels familiar, yet just left of…
 
The imitable Steve Golson reminisces about his days evading Atari’s radar with GCC, subsequently being co-opted by the former for arcade classics such as the frantic Food Fight and the singular Quantum, and of course Crazy Otto (aka Midway’s Ms. Pac-Man).저자 The Ted Dabney Experience
 
In the beginning, we are one, and we are ignorance. Our skin is chaffed tender from the womb-sac and the exit ring. Out, we writhe blindly in the grit that cuts our softness until the dryness of the air hardens us. Slowly, receptors awaken. Muted colors curve across the night, outlining the glistening ribs of the drop chamber arcing over us like pl…
 
On Episode 155, I'm joined by Mason Server, the lead vocalist and chief lyricist of Mason & The Gin Line. Server and company released Caprock Composition, a five-song collection with West Texas & Panhandle touchpoints and is a throwback to the energy and feel of Texas country and songwriting of the late '90s and early '00s. At times, Caprock can fe…
 
You have just been attacked by a Kharbat. It has sprung on you from hiding, in some place where you foolishly imagined yourself safe; and even as its many glittering fangs sink deep into the flesh and bone of your shoulder, you know that any attempt to save yourself is futile, that you were always fated to perish in this way, and this beast was alw…
 
On Episode 154, I am joined by Andrew Leahey. Leahey is a singer-songwriter--frontman of the open road highway rock band Andrew Leahey & The Homestead--lead guitarist for country artist Elizabeth Cook (among others), and a writer and music journalist. That's all helped Leahey become one of the most well-balanced and nuanced thinkers and writers in …
 
On Episode 153, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Ross Cooper. The Nashville by way of Lubbock songwriter is readying his latest batch of songs, the introspective Chasing Old Highs. Much like his breakout album, 2018's I Rode the Wild Horses, Cooper's tunes come with a worn-in and a weathered grit and seasoned moxie. And as a veteran songwriter and a…
 
On Episode 152, I am joined by Oklahoma songwriter and musician John Calvin Abney. Abney's long been one of Oklahoma's best for his contributions as a solo artist and a side musician working with the likes of John Moreland, Samantha Crain, and several others. His latest album, November's Familiar Ground, finds the Oklahoman delivering some of his f…
 
A new era of Star Wars is upon us! Star Wars: The High Republic comes racing into view with the launch of a historic multi-year project rollout and we've got all the details for you this month. Listen in for a review of Star Wars: Bounty Hunters Volume 1, our thoughts on Lucasfilm's menu of upcoming titles, new releases and a whole lot more on the …
 
Read January 2021 Issue Of SELECT Worldwide All Star Radio Playlist Magazine AT https://selectworldwideallstarradio.wordpress.com/2020/12/28/select-worldwide-all-star-radio-playlist-magazine-january-2021/ Promote Your Music! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/select-worldwide-all-star-radio-playlist-magazine/support…
 
We kick off 2021 and Episode 151 with singer-songwriter Molly Parden. Parden released her latest EP, the stunningly sublime Rosemary, this past Fall. Throughout the six-songs, she pairs her velvety vocals with a dreamy soundscape that's just right for her intimate and richly detailed folk songs. Standouts like the introspective "Kitchen Table" find…
 
On the final episode of the year, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Bella White. White released her debut album, the excellent and endearing Just Like Leaving this past September and is not only one of the best debuts of recent memory, Just Like Leaving is one of 2020's best moments overall. Even though she's a newcomer, White delivers like a seasone…
 
I have heard it on the rumors that when the tale-spinner’s guild gathers in their secret places, a full half of them are sworn to never tell the truth, and the other half to never tell a lie, even if it mean their life. Being one of that trade myself, I can tell you that that’s more or less the shape of it, and I tell you so you’ll know that this t…
 
On Episode 149, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Kree Harrison. Harrison released the wonderful Chosen Family Tree, her latest full-length album, this past August. Harrison seamlessly blends classic country, smart pop hooks, and a hearty southern soulfulness on Family Tree. Right from the opening notes of the first song, the crystalline "Nothing in …
 
On Episode 148, I'm joined by Southern Indiana singer-songwriter Nick Dittmeier. I was joined by Dittmeier a little before Christmas for a conversation about his Indiana meets Western Kentucky roots and how those blue-collar characters have long been a touchstone in his storytelling and songs. In the past few years, Dittmeier has released the alt-c…
 
Welcome to the first ever 2020 Album Draft. On this episode, I am joined by Grady Smith and Garrett McKie & Mike Hart of The Hippies & Cowboys Podcast to discuss some of our favorite albums, EPs, and artists of the year. This Album Draft is 10 Rounds long and each draft must fill out 10 specific categories for their roster. Categories: Chart Topper…
 
Today's episode with Kentucky's Adam Chaffins. Chaffins released an excellent album called Some Things Won't Last last February. Chaffins' soulful vocals and bass-playing style (he's an accomplished bass player as well with plenty of work on some of your favorites in recent memory) are really the heart and soul of the album. There's a boldness to b…
 
Read December 2020 Issue Of SELECT Worldwide All Star Radio Playlist Magazine AT https://selectworldwideallstarradio.wordpress.com/2020/12/01/select-worldwide-all-star-radio-playlist-magazine-december-2020/ Promote Your Music!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/select-worldwide-all-star-radio-playlist-magazine/support…
 
On Episode 145, I'm joined by Texas outfit The Wilder Blue--Zane Williams, Paul Eason, Lyndon Hughes, Andy Rogers, and Sean Rodriguez. On this one, I'm joined by the entire band for a conversation about their debut album and the origins of the band. Originally dubbed Hill Country, they released their self-titled debut back in the Spring. They've go…
 
“Ever consider killing yourself?” the gecko said. “It’ll save you one hundred percent on your car insurance.” I was alone, but not. I tried to step on the creature, but my foot wasn’t there. I clenched my teeth, which felt like water. Alleyah’s Southie accent crackled a reminder of radio. “Tracey, are you paralucid yet? Need another poke of DMT?” I…
 
Have yourself a merry little Christmas with Star Wars literature galore as the show celebrates a full decade of production! This month, Jay & Chris reminisce about the life & career of Dave Prowse, discuss past guests, give you a rundown of what titles to pick up and what variant comics to be on the hunt for. You can also listen to full reviews for…
 
On Episode 144, I'm joined by country singer-songwriter Randall King, who at the end of the week (Friday, Dec 11), will be releasing Leanna. The four-song EP is named after King's late sister who unexpectedly passed away earlier this year. It's as heartfelt and endearing a tribute you'd expect from King. On songs like "Takin' It As It Comes" and "A…
 
We're kicking off the month of December being joined by singer-songwriter Kelsey Waldon. The Kentucky songwriter released They'll Never Keep Us Down, a seven-song collection of covers just two weeks ago. With songs such as Kris Kristofferson's "The Law is for Protection of the People," Bob Dylan's "With God on Our Side," and the Hazel Dickens title…
 
On Episode 142, I'm joined by country singer-songwriter Shelby Lee Lowe. About a month back, Lowe released Something in Me, a strong three-song EP that embraces Lowe's country croon, warbling pedal steel, and the gentle lean of neo-traditional sonic sways. Lowe's brand of heartache storytelling falls right in line as well. Much of 2020 has seen the…
 
Episode 141 is with The Panhandlers--the West Texas collaboration between songwriters Josh Abbott, William Clark Green, John Baumann, and Cleto Cordero of Flatland Cavalry--who released their debut self-titled last Spring. As their namesake alludes, these songs are about the Panhandle of Texas and the greater West Texas area in general. As sons of …
 
On Episode 140, I'm joined by Andrew Nelson, vocalist/guitarist of Great Peacock, and Sadler Vaden, singer-songwriter and guitarist of Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit. This episode is more of a roundtable conversation where Nelson, Vaden, and I discuss Heartland Rock, Americana, genre labels as a whole, Spotify playlists, pushing artist narratives more…
 
We're closing the week being joined by Ward Davis. The country singer-songwriter is releasing Black Cats and Crows tomorrow, Friday, November 20. These haunting undertones are a real driving force for the album. They mainly come in the brooding baritone in Davis' powerful, whiskey-soaked vocals and the midnight black vibrato of warbling guitars, bu…
 
It is not the dust that brings her tears. The Lachrymist’s house is dusty, fragments of time and memory fallen everywhere, a living blanket that drapes itself over tables and chairs and things even stranger. But time and memory are to be expected anywhere the dead gather, and even in this abundance, they do not drive her to weeping. Neither is her …
 
The Ted Dabney Experience podcast talks with Kevin Hayes, former Managing Director of Atari Ireland. If you played an Atari arcade game in Europe during the proverbial Golden Age of video games, including popular third-party licences such as Cinematronics’ Dragon’s Lair, it bore Kevin’s fingerprints. We also discuss goat slaughter, littering and sm…
 
We're kicking off the week being joined by singer-songwriter Bo Armstrong, who next week, Tuesday, November 24, will be releasing his full-length debut album, Chasing Ballads. The Nashville via Dallas songwriter collaborated with producer Brian Douglas Phillips (David Ramirez, Thomas Csorba, Rob Baird) on the effort and created a hearty soundscape …
 
It took twice as long to get to the third deck from the first as it did to get to the first deck from the fifth. Alice was quite certain there was no mechanism in existence capable of adding fractional decks to the ship, and so was chalking this up to another aspect of the ongoing computer malfunction. She supposed a way to validate this was to ask…
 
On Episode 137, I'm joined by Clay Maselle, the lead vocalist of Strung Like A Horse. The Chattanooga, Tennessee outfit released the excellent new album Whoa! a couple of weeks back (Friday, Oct 30). With producer/engineer Matt Ross-Spang at the helm, SLAH delivers a rich and vibrant full-length that captures them at their best. Whoa! embraces the …
 
This week, we kick things off with Texas singer-songwriter Josh Abbott, who at week's end will be releasing his sixth full-length album, The Highway Kind (Friday, Nov. 13). I feel that The Highway Kind not only has some of Abbott's best songwriting to date, it's also Abbott's strongest full-length both thematically and sonically. Abbott has long be…
 
Things began to go badly for the crew of the USFS Erwin around the time Dr. Marchere’s coffee mug spontaneously reassembled itself. Dr. Louis Marchere was not, at that moment, conducting some manner of experiment. Well, he was, only not on entropy and the nature of time. He was running several other tests, of the kind that make perfect sense on a s…
 
On Episode 135, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Stephanie Lambring. She released the excellent and intimate album Autonomy a few weeks back (October 23) to critical acclaim. Revolving around bold and direct storytelling, Lambring has crafted some of the most personable personal songs of the year. Much of the Autonomy's beauty comes in how comfortab…
 
It's that time of year when it's fun to curl up with a good book, and there's plenty to be had. This month the guys check out Star Wars: Poe Dameron - Free Fall and Star Wars: Dark Legends, as well as take a look at the first story arc for Star Wars (2020), "The Destiny Path". There's also the updates on shipping delays, new exclusive editions and …
 
On Episode 134, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Cam, who released the exceptional, genre-transcending The Otherside this past Friday (Oct 30). Cam has long been one of my favorite artists due to her refreshing pop sensibilities, lyrical (and vocal) nuance, and the emotional weight that much of her songwriting catalog carries. The Otherside sees Cam…
 
Read November 2020 Issue Of SELECT Worldwide All Star Radio Playlist Magazine AT https://selectworldwideallstarradio.wordpress.com/2020/10/28/select-worldwide-all-star-radio-playlist-magazine-november-2020/ Promote Your Music!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/select-worldwide-all-star-radio-playlist-magazine/support…
 
Gopal knew before he booted up the game---a Christmas present from his dad---that his character would be some form of elf or human, because the other races were all ugly, and he didn’t play games to be ugly. And he knew too, although he didn’t say it, that his character would be a girl. He always played girls online, although he’d be ashamed if any…
 
We're closing out the week with Episode 133 with songwriter Sam Morrow. Morrow is releasing the country-funk rock album Gettin' By On Gettin' Down this Friday, October 30. The greasy groovers of the nine-track Gettin' By finds Morrow embracing more and more character-driven vignettes while maintaining that steady grit'n'groove and tone'n'taste mant…
 
On Episode 132, I'm joined by Michigan singer-songwriter Rachel Brooke. Brooke just released the excellent country standout The Loneliness in Me this past Friday. Full of high and lonesome, Brooke delivers on the 12-song collection with velvety vocals that gently sway to and fro as pedal steel warbles in response. Much of The Loneliness in Me harke…
 
On Episode 131, I'm joined by singer-songwriter Lera Lynn, who at the end of the week (Friday, Oct 23), is releasing her excellent new full-length, On My Own. As the title alludes, On My Own is just that. It's a singular vision with Lynn doing all of the writing, playing, singing, arranging, engineering, production, and more all on her own. That so…
 
Start with a romance: a man and a woman who are wildly and irrevocably in love with each other. Or two men. Or two women. Or two people, because life is beautiful and complex. Just know that these Lovers are important. The fate of the galaxy rests on their shoulders---because, of course, the fate of an entire portion of known space can be determine…
 
We're kicking off the week being joined by Joe Firstman of the country roots rock band Cordovas. I caught up with Joe about a month back (it honestly feels like both yesterday and last year at the same time) about their new album, the fresh, loose, and earthy Destiny Hotel, which was officially released this past Friday, October 16. The raw beauty …
 
Vivian sat at a café opposite Cass. Everything around her had a gritty, dingy quality. Even Cass looked run down, their face deeply tanned and distressingly wrinkled. They were old now, many decades past being the child that Vivian remembered. She looked down at her hands, so different than the black shadows that she’d grown accustomed to seeing du…
 
On Episode 129, I catch up with rising singer-songwriter Reyna Roberts. I really feel like Roberts has transcendent star potential as an artist. As mentioned, she's really gained a following this past year with the release of "Stompin' Grounds," an anthemic ode to small towns and The South. She of course has stellar pop sensibilities and is armed w…
 
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