Interview With Madge Weinstein of Yeast Radio
Emily Sharpe’s Crawford Update Blog
Mikeypod Exclusive: Scarf by Laurence Simon
The Human Touch by Nina Simone fromThe Essential Nina Simone Vol. 2
Due to the liberal use of the brown word in this episode, listener discretion is advised.
Promo: Illumination Audio
After reading an article in The Houston Press about a Downtown park that is infested with rats, Brandon, Holland, Kortney, and I (I think she said it was spelled with a K) decide to hunt for rats on our own. If nothing else, this soundseeing adventure should illustrate perfectly why I don’t date girls.
Review of The Black Math Experiment‘s show at Helio’s last weekend.
Music from The Black Math Experiment’s forthcoming album: “You Can Not Kill David Arquette”
Mikeypod Exclusive: Feet by Laurence Simon
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I recorded this week’s show in Audacity after reading Todd Cochran’s Podcasting: The Do It Yourself Guide. I am quite happy with the sound this week. YAY! Let me know how it sounds!
Hopestone Dance’s Artistic Director Jane Weiner is my guest this week. We spent a rainy friday afternoon together to discuss her upcoming performance The Cooking Show. Jane’s contribution to the arts in Houston, as well her dedication to bringing the arts to children who are at risk made her a perfect candidate to be a guest on the show. I hope you enjoy the interview.
This episode features music from Houston’s own The Black Math Experiment. They are appearing this Saturday 9:00 at Helios, 411 Westheimer. Cover is $5.00. See you there!
Other featured music:
I should mention that I discovered If Thousands thanks to Chris Doelle’s Pod Music Countdown Keep up the good work!
Finally, in my ADD moment during the show, I forgot Scott’s name. He started the quiz on qPodder about my sexy voice. Sorry Scott!
Until next week, thanks for listening and e-mail me your comments! mikeypod at gmail dot com.
This week, I take you on a soundseeing tour of The Orange Show which is one of the coolest places in Houston. I am just fascinated with this place. Check out the photographs I took with my beloved roomate’s camera.
Showdown in Marfa– I mentioned this article in the show. Let me know what you think. Anyone up for a road trip?
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**beware: I am recording on a new set up this week, and discovered that the music is at a much higher level than the speech portions. Sorry, I know how annoying that is. I will learn how to aviod that in time for next week’s show. Of course, I am always open to your suggestions!**
Today I went to Cafe Brasil and interviewed Houston filmmaker Sharon Ferranti about her lesbian horror film Make a Wish which you can purchase at Wolfe Video or rent from selected Blockbuster Video locations or Netflix.
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This weeks episode includes a visit to the Midtown Farmer’s Market with my pal Frank. I talked to Monica Graham from The Animal Farm , sampled some baked nummies from The Center, and talked to the Culinary Diva herself, Monica Pope, who helped to dispell some myths about how the farmer’s market began.
In my hurry to get this show done, I neglected to mention my new friend Scott Mindeaux who was kind enough to help me get lots of stuff worked out last week when I was having a hissyfit over at qPodder trying to get my show posted and my feed straightened out. Check out his show, he does a weather forecast for all of his listeners, I thought that was just cool as shit!
Until next week!
WOW! It was a pain in the ass to get this thing posted, but at last, here it is!
This week I interviewed my pal Roberto Cervantes, a Houston based artist, builder of furniture, painter of murals, animator and all around bad-ass. We decided to let him be DJ so he picked some of his current favorite songs to share with us. This show is longer than usual (usual?? this is only the second episode) but with the songs inside, I figured, what the hell?