Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Dumpster Bust Radio: Podcast #7

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Dumpster Bust Radio: Podcast #7

This week, DB Radio delves into the murky waters of politics for the first time. What was found, you ask? Big Picture ruminations and squeaky-clean muckraking of the highest order. What in the good hell does that mean, you ask? Not really sure, actually. But tune in to make your own judgments, Mr. Snarky.

Oh: and we have the second part of our interview with Lance Anderson of Verge of the Fringe fame. Super cool guy, super excellent podcaster and storyteller of the highest order – one of the more popular ones out there to boot. Check out all the new verge-y fringe type stuff here.

DB Radio #7 Presents

Introduction
I’m back in the bowels of my apartment building’s parking garage, it’s late at night, and I have my green tea at the ready. And that means one thing and one thing only: it’s party time.

Keeping It Real Politik: Scandal, Iraq, Bad News Reforms, & The Big Picture
I take the political situation Big Picture and ask why 57% of the American people now believe the war/reconstruction in Iraq is not worth fighting.

Featured Song #1
“Breakwater” - Intuition
It’s a little like No Doubt, but no doubt you’ll dig it all the more.

Interview: Lance Anderson of Verge of the Fringe
Part II of an interview with the storyteller-podcaster extraordinaire, which took place outside a Peet’s Coffee in Pasadena on the most beauteous of days.

Featured Song #2
“YOINK!” - Charlie Pathetic
This ska-punkish type number will YOINK! you out your very undergarments.


Track Listing for Dumpster Bust Radio #7

Dumpster Bust Radio runs podsafe music in the background whilst I yabber, Along with the Featured Songs, the idea is to promote awesome indie music and emerging artists and also to give everyone a break from my tortured vocal yelping every now and again.

Track #1 (Show Intro) “Black Star” – Apash
#2 “Razor Sharp” – Collide
#3 “Bolero (Live Version)” – Sandalov’s Balalaika
#4 (Featured Song) “Breakwater” - Intuition
#5 (Featured Song) “YOINK!” - Charlie Pathetic
#6 (Show Outro) “Blue Bird Tattoo” – Circe Link

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2 comments:

midnitcafe said...

Good stuff overall Eric. This was my first podcast listen ever, and I'm still warming up to the idea. It's a little annoying to have to sit at my computer and listen. I may have to start burning these suckers so I can listen in the car.

I really dug the interview. Good style, good questions and answers.

Not so much into the politics, but I'm still a little burned out from the election.

I feel the same about Letterman. I miss the days when he'd just throw crap off the roof, and get a guy to cover himself in velcro and stick to the wall.

Are you really broadcasting from your car? How does that work?

It's working pretty well as a low-fi Pump Up the Volume type deal. Though I would say tighten up some of the commentary a little. Its a little rambly which causes me to lose focus and play Freecell. But overall, nicely done.

Eric Berlin said...

low-fi Pump Up the Volume? I like... will have to watch it again to re-get the vibe. Better than that film with the Bognosian dude where he spews rage and then gets stalked, I suppose.

Yep, all you need is a mike and a laptop and you can record anywhere. The car forms a natural recording studio, and since I'm in the bloody thing so much already anyway, I suppose I feel comfortable there.

Taking a cup of green tea with me is my newest innovation, which I rather dig.

Thanks superbly much for the comments and the listening, man!