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Hosted by the hyperactive music producer Oxygenfad each episode we talk to a new artist about their stories and how they do what they do. There is a human, beautiful side to the show when people talk about struggles they had to go through but there is also a gigantic nerd element to the show when we talk about 90's DOS trackers, DAWs, VSTs, and the best foam to use when building your own sound proofed studio. There is always something to learn from each episode and the takeaways will help yo ...
 
http://www.gamefaceshow.com/ We are a weekly radio show about Gaming, Chiptune & Technology. Featuring plenty of interviews with industry folk. We go out live every Sunday on Fab Radio International so you can get involved and shape the show as it airs.
 
Who Burned My Toast? is a video game podcast where we don't just sit around and talk about the games we play and regurgitate the news for an hour. We sit down and interview the people who love to make games and feature bands who create kick ass video game music. We love games and we love music, so come join us.
 
Chiptune Tech is created to disseminate information regarding the tech side of the house when it comes to Chiptune hardware, mods, accessories, and all of the amazing innovations that people are doing to bring a brighter future to chiptune music. OhmNomNom is a collective of musicians, artists, tech heads and writers with a passion for chiptune music, retro gaming and old computers. We aim to share information and our passion to all of you. If you are interested submitting audio, video or ar ...
 
This Week in Chiptune is a weekly music show highlighting some of the best new Chiptunes from around the world. The show is hosted and mixed live by Dj CUTMAN. Sometimes called chipmusic, 8bit, bitpop or lo-fi, chiptune music is sometimes created with old video game hardware, or obsolete technology. Because of the way it is created, Chiptune has a quality and style unlike most other forms of electronic music. Some chiptune musicians use modern music production tools in conjunction with 8-bit ...
 
A six part series about Irish Experimental Music. Ireland is home to a variety of underground music scenes, from electro acoustic, to new music to noise to free improv. I've interviewed dozens of Irish experimental musicians who are pushing the boundaries of what music is and can be. This series takes you on a tour of the fringes of music, and introduces you to a world of new sounds. It focuses in particular on circuit bending, chiptune, electroacoustic and collaborative music.
 
Welcome to the coolest party in the universe, an intergalactic journey through the senses. This is Space Jams Ongoing mix series, curated and hosted by Jack Dyson, accompanied with an exclusive guest-mix every week from underrated and underground artists and djs worldwide. Every week is different, so please enjoy your stay Genres played: Synthwave/ Outrun/ Retrowave/ Darksynthwave/ Vaporwave/ Future Funk/Chillwave/ City Pop/ Disco/ Nudisco/ Balearic Disco/ Oldschool/ Deep House/ Tech House/ ...
 
A journey into the things we love: D&D / RPGs, tabletop games, wargames, video games, comics and comic books, Star Trek, Star Wars, Doctor Who, fan films, movies, TV, books, sci-fi, fantasy, more! Hosted by a fellow geek that supports and encourages geeks and our fandoms in all of their various splendor! Come along and get your geek on (or maybe even discover you inner geek)!
 
RepeatOne - Songs you can listen to on loop and the stories behind them. A short form podcast where the host (Ben) tells the true origin stories behind music he loves so much he's played them on repeat for hours and days at a time. Website: http://repeat.one Facebook.com/RepeatOnePodcast Twitter.com/BadMovieBen
 
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Matt Lister aka Cobra Commander joins to talk chiptune music, retrocomputing, and some classic G.I. Joe and Transformers. Trackers, hardware, and sound chips, oh my! What is MIDI (and can MIDI be chiptunes)? PAL, NTSC and electron guns. Atari 2600 game development and racing the beam. Yars’ Revenge had very tricky programming. Behold the Casio XW-P…
 
We're taking it back to the days of big eyes, big swords, and big fight scenes! That's right, we're kicking it old-school with 16-bit style anime games! Lots of nostalgia in this episode, everything from searching for anime VHS tapes to arguing who your favorite Ranma character is! Lots of great tunes in this episode too, these tracks are rocking!F…
 
In November 2019, Winnipeg cartoonist Kaj Hasselriis joined Justin and Jacob to discuss "Politikids," his kid-friendly comic about four of Canada's then-federal-party leaders. While two of those leaders have changed, Canadians are headed to the polls Sept. 20 meaning it's once again time to think about politics and make it accessible and interestin…
 
This week we're going deep into 90s nostalgia. I'm talking ninjas, monsters, cats, and whatever the Animaniacs were! So let's jam out to some amazing tunes from the 16bit era of gaming, cartoon style! Find more of the podcast! https://rhythmandpixels.comSupport the show and get access to more content and cool stuff! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpix…
 
This week on the show we asked our listener for your favorite 16-bit generation RPGs! It's important to share the things you love with your friends, so we follow up a fan-favorite with another! We listen to music from your favorite games, and hear all about what makes them special to you! There was so much good music that we extended our Bonus Roun…
 
If you were creating whole new forms of life, where would you begin? On RFK today, hosts Justin and Jacob ask that question to Megan Huang and Stephanie Cooke, whose recently crowd-funded comic, Life: Beauty, Wonder, Danger is coming out through Toronto Comix Press. We talk about building vibrant creatures and worlds and the struggles (and advantag…
 
The Summer of 16-bit wouldn't be complete without a focus on one of our favorite genres: role playing games! This generation was certainly formative for the genre, some would even say its best. But we say there is more to love in the 16-bit world of RPGs than Final Fantasy! Find more of the podcast! https://rhythmandpixels.comSupport the show! http…
 
We’re taking a short break in our Summer of 16-bit to welcome a guest on the show! Joining us is veteran composer Adam Fligsten! We talk about game composition, early hip-hop, metroidvanias, and his latest projects.Find more from Adam at https://adamfligsten.comDiscover more of the show at https://rhythmandpixels.comSupport the podcast and get acce…
 
The world is still on fire, and scientists tell us there's less and less time to take action to stop the worst effects. So for this week, we're bringing back our 2019 interview with artist and writer Sherwin Tija, author of "Plummet". Tija channeled a sense of hopelessness when making "Plummet," a new comic in which a woman wakes up to find herself…
 
This week on the shocking episode of the Classicl337 podcast. Kevin got shocked to find out that touching a live fuse would shock him, so he went to bed, and Scott picked up a PlayStation 5 and he thinks it’s ugly in real life. The two then go over some new releases and news which include: Nintendo Is Shutting Down Dr. Mario World For Mobile, Mario…
 
Our Summer of 16-bit carries on with one of our more abstract topics: The city of Seattle! We decided to pick games and music that best represent a city that we both love to visit! Be warned though! This episode contains an excessive amount of FUNK and FUN! FUN FUNK!Find more of the show! https://rhythmandpixels.comSupport the podcast! https://patr…
 
We don't always revisit topics, but when we do... That's right we're deep into the Summer of 16-bit and talking about games based on movies! There are Batmans, Bruce Willises, and Michael J Foxes! Oh My! Not all of these games may be good, but we can all agree they have fantastic music!This episode was recorded live for our Patreon members! If you …
 
Tékumel is a deep setting with published fiction, multiple tabletop RPGs, a miniatures wargaming scene, and more. We revisit this fascinating science-fantasy world with Tékumel Foundation president Victor Raymond. Learn how Tékumel and the Empire of the Petal Throne are so much more than just the "first RPG setting published" (and its creator Profe…
 
Karl Kerschl of Montreal tells Justin and Jacob about Lethal Comics, the new publisher he's starting with Andy Belanger and Cary Nord. He also shares how he uses a subscription service and Discord server to connect with fans, and why he thinks creators should learn the business and production side of comics. Karl's works include the Eisner-winning …
 
Karate! Judo! Kung-Fu! Shaq-Fu! Martial-arts and video-games go together like peanut-butter and chocolate, mostly! We're listening to games from the 16-bit generation that are focused on martial-arts, or have martial-arts focused characters! Joining us on the show this week is Carlos from the Heroes Three Podcast! Heroes Three is all about Asian-ci…
 
Ready for some serious JAMS? Get ready for some Schwarzenegger cross Stallone 16-bit action! That's right, we're listening to the most manly-manly of classic game genres: run and gun! There's a small debate as to what the genre is exactly, but there's one thing for sure: we will be running. And there might be some explosions! And breaking into song…
 
This week on the Classicl337 podcast the two go over some new releases and news which include: PlayStation Plus games for July, Switch OLED announced, "Super Mario 64" sells for record $1.56 million at auction and the greatest game ever has been announced with Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl. Kevin finally completed Final Fantasy X (this is the 7th time…
 
Hosts Justin and Jacob catch up with returning guest and show-favourite Shawn Daley, author of The Bridgebuilder's Creed and TerraQuill, to talk about his chiptunes albums, how they relate to his comics, and how he almost didn't finish The Bridgebuilder's Creed at all. Originally broadcast on CJRU 1280 AM in Toronto. Produced by Jacob Dubé. Special…
 
RPG Designer Julian Bernick on Jack Vance’s The Dying Earth book series and the new Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG setting based on it. Why is it such a cool world to read about and play in? How much influence did The Dying Earth have on Gary Gygax and D&D? Hint: a lot. What was DCC’s design philosophy and what was the thought behind its extra dice typ…
 
Have you ever mentioned a game you just loved to a group of friends only to discover they have no idea what you're talking about? Was it all just a dream, or maybe some kind of Inception situation? This week on the podcast we're talking about those games that went unnoticed in the 16-bit era. That's right! We're continuing our Summer of 16-bit cele…
 
RFK assembles a glorious panel of Filipino nerds, Christine Chua, Ally Enrile and John Mendoza, to discuss 'Trese' — the Filipino comic/new Netflix anime that merges noir storytelling with Filipino folklore. The panel discusses what makes the show culturally unique, and how the folklore they see on screen has affected their own lives and families. …
 
Zeb Cook’s RPG design history includes such important highlights as the “Expert” portion of B/X D&D, AD&D 2nd Edition, Oriental Adventures, Planescape, Star Frontiers, and more! He’s also had career highlights in video games including City of Villains, Fallout 2, and The Elder Scrolls Online. Did you know AD&D 2nd Edition had a significant playtest…
 
This week on the Classicl337 podcast the two go over new releases and some news in the industry which includes: Games with Gold for Xbox July, John Rahm - First Spaniard to win the US Open in golf, Creator of FNAF retires due to criticism, easy way to revisit Final Fantasy 1 through 6, Legend of Zelda Game & Watch With Three Classic Zelda Games Com…
 
a great time. Pernell not so much! This episode is full of funky jams which cause sudden outbursts of singing and rapping that is sure to bring a tear to your eye. Tears of sadness-I mean ... LAUGHTER! Such fun! DO IT ROCKAPELLA!Find more of the show! https://rhythmandpixelsSupport the podcast! https://patreon.com/rhythmandpixels…
 
dams songs. I REPEAT. Bryan Adams has nothing to do with the rise and fall of the 16-bit generation of video game consoles. Anyway. We're focusing on platformers this week and Rob wasn't super sure how the topic would go and Pernell cuts him some slack and you will too won't you! Let's go! Ohhh yyeeeahh!Find more of the podcast! https://rhythmandpi…
 
FASERIP Tactics is the tactical superhero miniatures game based on the rules from the classic TSR Marvel Superheroes RPG. Developer Ned Leeds shares the amazing and incredible feats this game brings to the table! It's monstrous fun, and it's FREE. Shane Plays Geek Talk Episode #242 - 6/22/2021 Like what you hear? Support Shane Plays Geek Talk on Pa…
 
This week, hosts Justin and Jacob interview Dax Gordine. He's a Niagara cartoonist and concept artist who makes the webcomic Forest Folk. Working with Toronto's RAID comic artists collective, he's crowdfunded a print edition of 105 strips of the comic. Dax tells us about Forest Folk, which he describes as Looney Tunes meets Calvin and Hobbes, and a…
 
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