MikeyPod 110 | George Tabb

Talking with punk rocker and activist George Tabb about the fatal illness he developed after the 9-11 attacks. Despite the fact that his illness resulted from his proximity to the World Trade Center during and after the attacks, he has been denied any financial help with his medical expenses. Visit his MySpace page to learn more about his situation, and to help him if you can.

The opening tune is Anthrax (Powerballad Version) by the great Kimya Dawson.

MikeyPod 109 | Conversation with Division Day

Talking touring, death metal and David Sylvian with the members of Division Day before their show at Brooklyn’s Union Hall.

Check out Bumpershine for pics from the show.

Music (not CC licensed):
Plowed – Division Day
Darkest Birds – Nine Horses
You Suffer – Napalm Death
Reversible – Division Day

Buy Division Day’s latest, Beartrap Island on iTunes or from eenie meenie records

Special thanks to Angela Poe for arranging the interview on such short notice!

This podcast is kindly sponsored by Podcast Ready.

 

MikeyPod 106 | PETA’s Dan Mathews


Dan Mathews
PETA
Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
Ariel Publicity

**SPECIAL THANKS to Michelle Gunnett for the gift of Dan’s book, and for helping me get in contact with him for the interview! YOU ROCK!**

Music:
Don’t Kill The Animals (disco mix) – Nina Hagen and Lene Lovich (out of print)
Orange Chinese Car – Marco Mahler buy it in iTunes (courtesy of Ariel Publicity)
I Believe – Peter Searcy buy it in iTunes (courtesy of Ariel Publicity)

 

MikeyPod 104 | Conversation With Joi Ito from Creative Commons

Creative Commons’ Chair, Joi Ito joins me today from Japan for a great conversation about how Creative Commons works, our common loves in music, and a little chat about veganism and the environment.

This show should be of special interest to podcasters who play music and to musicians who wish to have their music played on podcasts. Oh, and to anyone who wants to win some free stuff, hear a great interview and some stellar music!


photo by Joichi Ito

Linky-dinks:
Creative Commons
Joi’s Blog
Joi’s Photos
WP-CC is actually suspended. I am going to try WpLicense.
Andy Melton
Haruomi Hosono
Yellow Magic Orchestra
John Whiteside’s By The Bayou Blog
Bicyclemark
Issa (formerly Jane Siberry)
Freeganism ( after reading this Wikipedia entry, I discovered that what I said on the show about freegans was incorrect. )

Music:
Sister Savior – The Rapture From The Wired CD: Rip. Sample. Mash. Share.

Watadidori 2 – Cornelius From The Wired CD: Rip. Sample. Mash. Share.

World Citizen – I won’t be disappointed/looped piano Ryuichi Sakamto and David Sylvian from the album, Chasm
Used with permission from KAB America. Not licensed under Creative Commons.

MikeyPod 100 | The Vegan Episode

Mike Hipp, the vegan sweetheart of queercasting joins me to talk about my decision to go vegan.

when men and women
straight and gay
whites and non-whites
begin to unite
when humans can treat non-human species with fairness and dignity
then, only then is there unity (of oppression)
-Consolidated, Unity of Oppression

Podcast Soup
Soy Candles By Phebes
Compassionate Cooks

Music:
Unity of Oppression – Consolidated
Don’t Kill The Animals – Lene Lovich and Nina Hagen
Assault and Battery – Howard Jones

 

MikeyPod 77 | Habitat for Humanity Founder Millard Fuller

A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE!

Yes right after I made that last post, the clouds parted and the upload began! The opening song is by Issa (formerly known as Jane Siberry). Here are her comments about the music.

Millard was great and so personable and an easy interview. This is just the first half of it, The second half will be up as soon as I can get it up. ahem. In the next podcast I will be giving away a signed copy of his book Building Materials for Life, Vol. II

More about Millard:

The Fuller Center for Housing
Habitat for Humanity