Rick Trembles, multi-talented artist, musician and author of the FAB Press book Motion Picture Purgatory is here to bring you the most up-to-date film reviews every week! And he's not alone. Every 15-minute episode also features Rick's 'movie guru' Michael Will, the walking/talking film encyclopedia, blabbing and arguing about whatever film-related topics cross their minds. There's plenty of room for spontaneity so you can be sure they'll be veering off topic once in a while to humorous effect.
By Rick Trembles
In a sea of rock and metal related podcasts, a new one comes forth that is steeped in sarcasm, self-loathing, and an unhealthy obsession for Aqua-Net. The Decibel Geek Podcast is sure to amuse some and revolt others. If you dig hard rock and metal from the 70\\\'s, 80\\\'s, and 90\\\'s, you\\\'ll dig this show. If you love bands like Nickelback, Breaking Benjamin, or whatever garbage is headlining Coachella this year, you will surely want to kill us after listening to an episode. We hope you\\\'ll take time to listen to us jabber back and forth with each other as well as occasional rock/metal celebrities as we try to kill time while you listen to your audio device thingy.
By DBG Productions
Bi-monthly look at unique & interesting rock/metal albums post-1980 via discussion, music clips & live interviews. Periodic forays into non-rock/metal areas plus a split focus between mainstream & independent artists. Based on the popular weekly cd reviews blog romanmidnightmusic.blogspot.com. Hosted by the witty & insightful Aaron Joy - author & biographer of guitarist Al Pitrelli, music critic, electronic musician known as Blank Faced Prophet, owner of Manhattan's Roman Midnight Music indie record label, host of blogtalkradio's weekly "News Notes" (a rock/metal music news & commentary show ... trying to be the Bill O'Reilly of music news ... maybe) & the only gay man to host a heavy metal show
This will be a bi-weekly audio podcast about the Local and Regional Touring Artists that will be performing in Louisiana in the near future. Our show will usually be about an hour or so in length…depending on just how interesting the conversation gets, remember we are talking about rock groups…and you can bet it’s going to be revealing. We may also occasionally feature some in-house acoustic performances that you won’t hear anywhere else and we’ll typically be featuring 1 band or up to several musicians per show. We will be interviewing these groups and musicians in depth to give you the inside story on their successes and failures and have them speak to what makes them unique and worth your attention. We will also be playing tracks from their CD’s and Demos and live tracks to really give you a feel for just how hard they rock.
By T. Mic