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Zero Squared is a philosophy podcast from Zero Books. Zero publishes radical philosophy, aesthetics, film theory, experimental fiction, and anything else that smells faintly of the avant-garde. Our books aim not only to demonstrate how philosophical ideas are relevant to every day life, but also to change the terms of it. Douglas Lain is the host of this podcast and the publisher of Zero Books. He hosted the Diet Soap podcast out of this feed for five years. Zero Squared will continue the tr ...
 
Surreal fiction anthology, framed as a bizarre church service. Every other Tuesday, join Brother Reid, Pastor Andrew, and Sister Callista to worship the Story! Hear our greasy prayers! Delight in our healthy psalms, uh huh! Then bask in the Story—handsomely produced tales of dark humor, freakish sci-fi, and oddly touching literary horror. Start with any episode—the Story is waiting for you! TSMBT is a podcast by Post Everything Productions. All stories written by Pastor Andrew and Brother Re ...
 
David Bouchier’s weekly essays are full of unexpected observations and whimsical opinions. Listeners will relish his entertaining, enlightening, and sometimes exasperated commentaries on the routines that carry us through the year, the surreal rituals of politics, the unsettling experience of foreign travel, and the confusions and comedies of everyday suburban life.
 
Join childhood buddies Sam and Dan as they head left off the highway for a chat through movies, music and games on the fringes of modern culture. Sam LeGassick (The IT Crowd, MTV, Disney) and Dan Gallagher (Dreadful Discs, CELLS, Pelican Daughters) have been friends for over 30 years. They share a mutual appreciation for what lies out on the edges of the mainstream. Join them on their journey as they uncover the good, the bad and the intentionally ugly, and rip it all apart. Each episode fea ...
 
Real combat stories from the military's elite. This podcast highlights the courageous, outrageous, crazy, and surreal experiences veterans recall from their toughest days in the foxhole, cockpit, and front lines. We interview JTACs, Special Operators (Delta), Special Forces, Jet Pilots, Combat Aviators, Infrantrymen, Marines, and vets from over 50 years of combat experience. Interviews touch on the toughest missions these vets faced, how they handled them, their first combat experiences, how ...
 
Jim Robbie and the Wanderers is a bi-monthly radio drama podcast. A troupe of musicians is traveling a surreal post-apocalyptic America with their robot companion Jim Robbie, entertaining and sticking their noses where they don’t belong. The United States that the Wanderers inhabit is full of all sorts of strange and wonderful surprises, from zombies, cactus people, underwater kingdoms to vampires, messed up physics and mad scientists.
 
After years of wide-eyed blogging about the surreal 1980s perfection of Francine Pascal's Sweet Valley High book series (and the surprising psychodrama that lurks below the town's perfectly-tanned surface), host Marissa Flaxbart is now forcing friends and family to read the series with her. Every other week, Marissa and a new guest – many of whom are new to the very idea of a "Sweet Valley" – unpack one of these soap-operatic tales, starting with book #1. It's all good fun for both die-hard ...
 
In an isolated society, teenage Erith has been chosen for Polishing, a ritualistic surgery that erases one's irises so the individual may see the Volucris—strange and enigmatic creatures that live in an alternate realm only visible to the Polished. She discovers a new, haunting reality after her procedure that warps light into darkness and reveals hidden secrets about the world. As she progresses, she and her companion, Calyx, discover frightening truths about the Polished and realize they a ...
 
Most mysteries can be solved by looking at the facts. But sometimes, the facts don’t lead to a logical explanation, and the truth lies somewhere in the unknown… Join Parcast and Crime Junkie’s Ashley Flowers as they dive deep into the strange and surreal to explain some of the world’s most bizarre true crime occurrences in the new series, Supernatural with Ashley Flowers. Every Wednesday, Ashley digs into a different mystifying crime—where the most fitting theory isn’t always the most conven ...
 
America After Midnight is an anthology series of audio dramas that use horror, the surreal, and the uncanny to explore the darkest corners of the American psyche. Trigger warning: These stories are full of uncomfortable content and populated by flawed, desperate, and doomed humans who usually do and say the wrong thing... with tragic consequences.
 
What would you choose if your religious identity challenged your life? Survival or standing up for the Muslim in you? 'To be, or not to be, that is the question’ - a state of constant confusion that being a Hindustani Muslim (or Indian Muslim) brings with it. 'Main Bhi Muslim', the podcast, is born out of this confusion that co-hosts Mariyam and Sabika aka 'The Shayari Teller' will bring to your ears fortnightly, on Friday evenings. The podcast is a surreal reclamation space for individualit ...
 
Welcome to the Nesting Zone: a surreal rim of jungle around Mt. Tahoma prowled by transdimensional reptiles. The Amanuensis catalogues his expedition up the volcano slope and records stories of explorers caught in the evolving dreamscape. Paleo-mythic lizard pyromancy. Blood whisper secrets. Carnivorous astronauts. Cursed poem hallucinations. Staying sane is not an option: a fiction podcast by Justin Hellstrom - rated M for mature.
 
With the best of intentions, the narrator of this poetic, seriocomic, three-part podcast, Miss Experience White, summons the Demon of White America, Tyrannosaurus Wonderbread, and his Pearly White Retinue. These magical efforts lead her to an uncomfortable moment of reckoning. Immersive sound design by Earwax Productions plunges the listener into the surrealism of the poetry. Written and performed by Milo Starr Johnson, produced by The Tea Club and Jim McKee. Featuring the music of It Thing, ...
 
Welcome to Strange Country, a podcast devoted to bizarre, surreal and extraordinary stories that make America the weird place it is. Co-hosts Kelly and Beth are former newspaper reporters turned school librarians who have always had a soft spot for a good story--the stranger the better. Discover the first woman to survive a barrel ride over Niagara Falls and the man who invented “complex marriage” in one of the most successful utopian experiments. Things get weird pretty quickly around here.
 
aGh0Ri TānTriK – Kapālā Mūrti - Out now! Sonic Tantra Psytrance Music Records presents aGh0Ri TanTriK’s sixth album containing 10 powerful DarkPsy, Psycore and Hitech Psytrance tracks. SonicTantra.com https://sonictantra.com/download-release/agh0ri-tantrik-kapala-murti-2020/ BandCamp: https://sonictantra.bandcamp.com/album/kap-l-m-rti aGh0Ri TanTriK is a psychedelic trance music project from India since 2003. The title of the project, Aghori Tantrik is also the name of an ancient Indian cult ...
 
This psychedelic mystery thrill-ride is an Alice in Wonderland glimpse into the darkness of pop culture and the unholy beings who inhabit it. The serialized story follows an investigation into a silicon valley cult and it's connection to some supernatural murders. It’s metaphysical, enchanting, scary, at times darkly humorous, and always captivating.
 
The Weekly Feature with Chris and Joe is a biweekly comedy magazine show about what's going on in the crazy city of Los Angeles. From crime reports to commercials; the hottest nightspots and even hotter celebrity interviews; food and fun in the unrelenting sun - it's a frantic look at things to do... and things you absolutely should not do under any circumstances. Meeting a gaggle of surreal and inappropriate characters along the way, your hapless hosts will take you kicking and screaming on ...
 
Discover a wondrously surreal world of magic, music, and mystery. This immersive, cinematic audio spectacle follows the adventures of a lonely, stage-struck janitor who is drawn into the larger-than-life universe of the Orbiting Human Circus, a fantastical, wildly popular radio show broadcast from the top of the Eiffel Tower. WNYC Studios presents a special director’s cut of this joyous, moving break from reality. Starring John Cameron Mitchell, Julian Koster, Tim Robbins, Drew Callander, Su ...
 
An existential and surreal journey into comics, video games, sci-tech, movies, tv, and everything in between… Every other week we take on current pop culture and the weeks in between we explore in-depth discussions, interviews, and a multiverse of nerdy weirdness.
 
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Sax player and bandleader Donny McCaslin, who collaborated with David Bowie on Blackstar, freely mixes pop, jazz, electronica, and art-rock on his striking 2018 album, Blow., which sees the band moving into sonic terrain that shows even more of Bowie’s impact. It’s some daring sax-led badassery - a blast of concentrated, powerful, and wonderful pop…
 
Returning heroine Vi (now a grad student in comics history) joins Erica, Mark, and Brian to put the new film in context, bringing in the weird ideas of WW's creator as shown in the 2017 biopic Professor Marston and the Wonder Women. Do the new film's themes actually make sense? We talk political ideals, truth, love, feminist utopias, '70s TV, and m…
 
While writing the music for what would become Metric's 2015 record, Pagans in Vegas, front-woman Emily Haines traveled to Nicaragua and Spain, while guitarist Jimmy Shaw holed up at home in Toronto and fiddled with the knobs on synthesizers and pedals. The result of this mashed-up approach to songwriting is an album with tight, taut songwriting, bu…
 
Readers we are reeling, as you probably are, after watching events at our nation’s Capitol. So bear with Beth and Kelly because it will take a little time and interruption of subjects to get to the heart of today’s podcast- Flat Earthers. We want to make sure we all agree here; planet earth is a round wonder. Right?! Of course. And the notion that …
 
Welcome to the Ad Read podcast, a podcast where we read ads. Disclaimer: Any references to products/companies real or fake reflect our opinion alone and not the opinion of the companies in question. This is especially true of the fake companies, who can be real assholes about this sort of thing. Subscribe to Ad Read in these places: Apple | Spotify…
 
Maida Vale, West London, 6:20 pm, Sunday, March 24, 1996 — George Fraghistas locked his blue Lincoln Continental in a secure car park on Lanark Road. He walked to the exit. He had plans that evening and wanted to prepare. George was just about to open the door of the dimly lit concrete building, when a man suspiciously dressed for a spring day, in …
 
Dan takes us through some BBC history with a couple of examples of their Christmas Ghost Stories. We also take a look at new Pixar film 'Soul' and Chloe Sevigny horror/drama 'Lizzie'. This is part of A New Winter Podcast Network. If you like the show please remember to rate it! Website: anewwinter.net Patreon: patreon.com/anewwinter Instagram: @ane…
 
We’ve been smelling fennel for weeks, and sure enough it’s because there’s MORE. Marcus caught the sniff, and Jackie too, you bet. Sniff along, and just see what ends up inside you, ya goof. Guest Preacher: Marcus Parks (Last Podcast on the Left, No Dogs in Space)Featuring: Jackie Zebrowski (Page 7 podcast, IG: @jackthatworm)InvocationThe Feast of …
 
Goth cabaret band Dust Bowl Faeries have kept making music through The 2020 Plague. On their latest record, The Plague Garden, the songs draw from New Orleans Voodoo rituals, Eastern European music, traditional Yiddish folk song, and vaudeville. The band members play all sorts of instruments from accordion to singing saw, lapsteel guitar to ukulele…
 
One last take on John Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689), covering Book II, ch. 21 and 28. What makes a moral claim true? Do we have free will? What makes us choose the good, or not? In this coda to our long treatment of Locke's opus, we bring together all he has to say about morality, which is strangely modern yet also just strang…
 
Truth is always the first casualty in an election, as in a war. In the electoral process the English language suffers some nasty injuries. Consider, among many examples, the idea of “leadership.” The word has been trumpeted around and fought over as if it was a universally accepted virtue, like wisdom or honesty. But leadership is just a neutral qu…
 
Michael Albert is an organizer, publisher, teacher, and author of over twenty books and hundreds of articles. He cofounded South End Press, Z Magazine, the Z Media Institute, ZNet, and various other projects, and works full time for Z Communications. He is the author, with Robin Hahnel, of the economic vision named participatory economics. He helpe…
 
We take a look back at the albums of 2020 and what made Dan's cut. You can listen to his Spotify playlist here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/41QxRhllMKecKQVbi9Ibi6 This is part of A New Winter Podcast Network. If you like the show please remember to rate it! Website: anewwinter.net Patreon: patreon.com/anewwinter Instagram: @anewwinter Twitter…
 
In Memoriam Brad Venable 1977-2021 To say that the year 2021 has gotten off to a hectic start would be the understatement of the decade, as there has been a LOT going on in only the first week of the new year. And we hope that, in some small way, this show will help clear your mind on the outside world for a short while, because while things are st…
 
LTC (Ret.) Dan “Two Dogs” Hampton was a career fighter pilot who flew F-16s in multiple wars from the first Gulf War to Kosovo to Operation Iraqi Freedom over a 20 year career. He’s a fighter pilot to the core who earned four DFCs and eight Air Medals with Valor across 151 combat missions and is a graduate of the USAF Fighter Weapons School and Nav…
 
Is suffering’s “human position” something that can be redeemed? Wes and Erin discuss Auden’s poem Musée des Beaux Arts. The post (sub)Text: The “Human Position” of Suffering in W.H. Auden’s “Musée des Beaux Arts” first appeared on The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast.By Wes Alwan
 
Get out your cloudbuster and strap into your orgone accumulator because it's time to talk about the sexual electricity that courses through the sky. Psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich discovered this energy after studying specimens of milk steak under a microscope. Strange Country cohosts Beth and Kelly talk about Reich's claims that orgone could cure can…
 
What explains the immense quarantine-time popularity of this quaint reality cooking show? What do we get out of watching talented amateurs bake things? Stephen, famous for playing Scar in The Lion King on Broadway, joins Erica, Brian, and Mark to consdier the format, context, and appeal of the show. For more, visit prettymuchpop.com. Hear bonus con…
 
“The defendant had become so acutely conscious of what was contained within that freezer, and the risk of discovery – if not just from the odour that emitted from the freezer, that it appears that he had chosen to abandon the address” - Duncan Penny QC, Southwark Crown Court, July 2020 *** LISTENER CAUTION IS ADVISED *** Become a ‘Patreon Producer’…
 
Having a look at some bits we watched this week and we ask the biggest question of all .... will we ever stop talking about X Files? Yes, one day... This is part of A New Winter Podcast Network. If you like the show please remember to rate it! Website: anewwinter.net Patreon: patreon.com/anewwinter Instagram: @anewwinter Twitter: @anewwinter Email:…
 
The following interview was conducted days before David Bowie's death at 69. David Bowie was 19 when he met producer Tony Visconti. In 2016, Bowie released his experimental-jazz-flecked studio album, Blackstar. Visconti co-produced it, just as he had produced dozens of the rock icon's records over the course of their more than forty year creative r…
 
More on Book II (ch. 22-33) of John Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding. On relations, then personal identity, with more on substances (spiritual and material), the various ways in which ideas can go wrong, and how mental association can entrench irrationality that disrupts clear thinking. Listen to part one first, or get the unbroken, ad-…
 
Eat dirt! This retro classic platformer about a worm in a super suit was a breath of fresh air in the gaming world. With its Saturday morning cartoon style, irreverent humour and varied gameplay, it was an oddity that still stands up today. Take a listen as we discuss how it came together, the controversy of its creator and a level-by-level breakdo…
 
Some horror to see in the New Year! This is part of A New Winter Podcast Network. If you like the show please remember to rate it! Website: anewwinter.net Patreon: patreon.com/anewwinter Instagram: @anewwinter Twitter: @anewwinter Email: anewwinterpodcast@gmail.com or oddcastoddballs@gmail.com Sam's Twitch Channel https://www.twitch.tv/legassique D…
 
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