We are a group of gamers who don't pull their punches when talking about blockbuster titles (such as Borderlands) or industry trends (such as motion controls). Opinionated, talented and well-versed, the staff of 16bit Radio is passionate about the games and the politics surrounding them.````The site itself is focused less on text-based reporting and more on being a location for original multimedia. This not only includes the live radio show, but game play videos (16bit Arcade) and soundtrack reviews (Quarter-Note Corner). As a means to promote original artistic efforts by gamers, 16bit Radio does its part to endorse and promote the Overclocked Remix Community through featured music and interviews.
By 16bit Radio
Peter Choyce and Octavius Poirier are two College Radio DJ's in Los Angeles talking about News, Current Events, and Music. He's an eccentric Gay 50 year old, the other guy is a working stiff, liberal straight guy......guess which is which? Both have an extremely out of the box look at the world of politics and culture and touch on subjects most would never talk about.
Spike Nesmith is an enigma, wrapped in a riddle, covered by mystery, with a side order of pancakes. He's been called "the most dangerous man in radio"*, and now, the award-winning Scottish broadcaster brings his trademark brand of oral irritation to the internet. Prior to assuming the role of the internet's most entertaining, intriguing and enigmatic talk host, he was the star of one radio station and the scourge of another, a theatrical director and playwrite, a behind-the-scenes production god and cheeky on-air slag-for-hire in the central belt of Scotland, an incessantly drunk producer for an ill-fated radio soap opera in Belfast, a writer and performer in several radio comedy series, an on-demand comedy writer for BBC Scotland, an internationally syndicated showbiz commentator and was producer, head writer and co-host of 2004's "Large Market Talk Show Of The Year". He exudes a hitherto unseen “minivan cool, drinks like a fish and refuses to apply for citizenship "until the country cleans itself up". Shows are updated weekly on Thursday mornings (US eastern times). To interact with the show, email: TheRageMachine@gmail.com Got a microphone attached to your PC? Leave a terse voice message for The Rage Machine here: http://odeo.com/sendmeamessage/TheRageMachine * he once broke a tape machine.
By Spike Nesmith