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TGGN 4-23-2012


TGGN 4-23-2012

We opened the show with Liquor & Wine from Polina Kourakina.

News regarding Assassin’s Creed from Cinema Blend

  • Hired a Native American Consultant; to enure the new protagonist is handled properly.
  • The new assassin won’t look like Atiar or Ezio (etseeoe)
  • Nothing from the previous will be used
  • Scheduled to launch October 30th

Through Gamer Goggles News (TGGN) 3-19-2012


Through Gamer Goggles News (TGGN) 3-19-2012

Greg Spero

Greetings Gamers,

Get your goggles on and join us, along with an additional guest, Jamie Gray as Matt, Lumpy and Cleta look at things from a gamer’s point of view. In this week’s show we shall discuss The Elder Scrolls going MMO and a series involving Felicia Day and Will Wheaton and, yes, gaming!

We opened this week’s show with Hills from Greg Spero’s latest release, Acoustic. You can find out more about Greg Spero at:

Elder Scrolls goes MMO

Bethesda and ZeniMax Studios are allegedly preparing to unveil an Elder Scrolls massively multiplayer game this May, Tom’s Guide has learned.

Citing an anonymous “industry source,” the site said the MMO will take place 1,000 years before the time of Skyrim and hundreds of years before any of the other Elder Scrolls titles, near or during the “Second Era,” Tom’s Guide said.

We took a music break with Flow from Greg Spero.

Indie Soup 2011.05.05 – Funny Musicians

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Before we get started, this show is recorded live late Friday nights.  It is not safe for work or intended for children.  We spin parody music and sometimes it goes a good lunar orbit or two past any type of PG rating.  So get a glass of water and swallow our disclaimer pill and let us all freak and geek out on Friday nights.

Lately, the Yippie and I have been off on a bit of Dr. Demento Dr. Dementostyle mood.  Who knows maybe we make midnight Friday to do just that?  What else would a station indie music geeks and IRC addicts do on a Friday night?  Meshelly and I talk less frequently this podcast but stick around for a longer last call than usual where we ramble on about various news articles Indie Nation covered this week.

I am also starting to add affiliate links.  I know that many of you love this music, this show and these artist.  Please feel free to use the links to purchase CDs and MP3s and thereby support the artists and, at the same time, help the Lumpster reduce the cost dent of all of this.  As usual, we would like to remind our listeners that we find the majority of our tunage at Mevio’s Music Alley and you can get many of the tracks there for 99 cents.

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