Barry McCabe I Wonder
Barry McCabe is one talented musician. He blends blues, rock and a dash of Celtic to create tunes that are both eclectic and uniquely his style. Having exchanged emails with him over the years I feel he is a musician who genuinely enjoys connecting with his fans. This is very evident if you check out the energy he pumps out during live performances.
100 Year Picnic I Don’t Know What to Tell You
100 Year Picnic is a great band. They are one of the first “podsafe” bands I ever heard and got into. Not only do they do great music but in terms of quality it is as good as or better than what the major labels produce. You can find out more about them in the links after this video.
You can find out more about this awesome band at:
- 100 Year Picnic Home Page
- Music Alley
- Wheelie Pop Records
- 100 Year Picnic Amazon MP3 Download Page
One of the cooler things we had a chance to do at Gen Con 2012 was visit with Wizards of the Coast and talk with them about the Rise of the Underdark. Shelly shares with us the information we need on the two new board games set in the Underdark, the approved play program, and some of the books in the setting. While hanging out at their booth we also had a chance to video a tour of Dungeons and Dragons online.
Here is the interview
For more information visit Wizards of the Coast here
Todrick Hall has rewritten the classic fairy tale Cinderella
In Cinderfella Todrick tells the classic fairy tale from a young Gay man’s point of view, with an amazing cast, Cinderfella will give you goosebumps throughout the video with the blend of 40’s classics and Disney music as well as some of today’s hits sung to an original beat. The message of this video is clear, and powerful (and if for some odd reason you miss the point Todrick makes sure you get it at the end of the video).
IT’S TIME LEGALIZE LOVE!
Queers United Has listings of LGBT Advocacy Groups by State
Wipe out Homophobia has an extensive listing of suicide help numbers as well as a way to contact them by email
Just remember my Lovelies, you are NOT alone.
You ARE Loved.
You are PERFECT exactly as you are.
It’s Okay to be Gay, or Lesbian, or Bi, or Pansexual, or Transsexual or what ever you may be
I Love you all
One of our staff thought this was the best music news of the year.. Cleta may be right. Merry Christmas All!
Sean Quigley – Little Drummer Boy
Locust though it might be this one…
Rebecca Black – Friday – Official Music Video
Personally I liked this one…
Reindeer – Ein Astronaut & The YouTube Musicians Christmas Collab Club
I don’t know which is best. You can decide. You can also leave suggestions in the comments.
- Podcasts of Christmas 002 – Not Safe for Work of Children (indienation.fm)
- ‘Little Drummer Boy’ By Robot Drummer And Scanner (geekologie.com)
Stupid As Charged Number 008
This week’s “Stupid As Charged” consists of three stories which all share the theme of stupid, dumb, strange, weird or in some manner worthy of a dunce cap rating. In this episode… don’t text for drugs or while high, a burglar who thinks he is Santa Claus, and taking “Smart Phone” to a whole new level.
Stunt Men and Actors
This particular interview is with Brenden Potter and Mitchell Mack. This is one of many in a series of interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
This particular interview is with a dude that goes by “The Blurry Dude”. This is one of many in a series of interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
Listen in as The Blurry Dude gives us the full story of how this vidcast which reviews things indie came to be. He also gives some excellent advice for those who wish to podcast and vidcast. So join Lump and Blurry Dude as we talk new media order and tech. Be sure and check out his work at The Blurry Dude.
Alan Clay and Stewert Fulljames and Butterfly Crush
This particular interview is with Alan Clay and Stewert Fulljames. This is one of many in a series of interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
Mr. Clay is a published author and is the writer, director and producer of the the film “Butterfly Crush” which won first place feature drama at this year’s gathering. Mr. Fulljames is the art director for the film. This duo trekked all the way from New Zealand for this year’s event and were gracious enough to give us about 20 minutes of their time for this interview. Join us by listening in as they talk about the film, this awesome event and the new media order.
This particular interview is with William McGrath who is an indie film buff. This is one of many in a series of interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
William was kind enough to give us about 20 minutes of his time. Time he could have used doing what he loves to do, watching indie films. He was attending this event courtesy of WCSB. This was Mr. McGrath’s third year attending this awesome event and he was kind enough to give us his thoughts on the event and also give us his opinion on the following films:
Indie Nation listeners, we are sure you are familiar with Moth Man and his team who grace this station with Midnight Spookshow each and every Wednesday night. We are please to report that the show has been nominated for best film podcast at the Podcast Awards.
So please, get on over to the site and vote for this awesome podcast once a day between now and October 27, 2011. (That’s right folks you can vote once per day.)