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Across over ten years of going to shows, I've met countless fascinating people that are joined together by the fact I love their music. This is a medium in which I look to find out the bigger picture, the extended story and the journey that brought them to where they are. No genre or topic is off limits. I'm David James Young - and all my friends are in bar bands.
 
THE podcast for Microsoft developers. Jason Young and Carl Schweitzer talk about the latest in developer news covering topics such as the Azure cloud, Windows, Visual Studio, and cross-platform development using the Microsoft platform.
 
Enter the world of The Young’uns, the three-time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winning band from Teesside. The Young’uns Podcast includes highlights and the occasional embarrassing lowlight from Young’uns gigs, observations and recordings from on tour, live music and chat with guests, including top names in folk, and an array of irreverent features.
 
This historical novel is set in Rome in the early 4th century AD, during the time of the cruel persecution of Christians under the Emperor Diocletian.The heroine of the book is Fabiola, a young pagan beauty from a noble Roman family. Fabiola seems to have everything, including a superior education in the philosophers, yet under the surface, she is not content with her life. One day, in a fit of rage, she attacks and wounds her slave girl Syra, who is a secret Christian. The proud, spoiled Ro ...
 
QSO Today is a weekly conversation, or QSO, between amateur radio operators about ham radio. Eric Guth, 4Z1UG, hosts a new guest every week to talk about their ham radio journey, their specialized expertise in ham radio, and how amateur radio has impacted their personal and professional lives. QSO Today is targeted at anyone interested in amateur radio who wants to learn more about this fascinating hobby.
 
Subversive is a podcast by Alex Kaschuta about ideas that may not fit neatly into the Overton window and could use a nudge, or a sledgehammer. Alex chats to thinkers across the spectrum from iconoclast philosophers, rogue scientists, *real* journalists, and our true intellectual elite, Twitter anons. If you want to support the show or my work in general, head to my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/aksubversive
 
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Larry Tyree, or Tree, as he is known in amateur radio circles, loves to operate contests, work DX on 160 meters, from his 28 hilltop acres in the Oregon forest, near Portland. Tree is a serious CW operator, where good antenna design, focus, skill, and patience bring the amateur radio rewards. Tree tells his ham radio story in this QSO Today.…
 
You can support this podcast and get early releases and bonus content at https://www.patreon.com/aksubversive​ Or access my writing as on Substack at https://www.alexkaschuta.substack.com​ I talk to Jason Snyder about the problems of scale, urbanization, the complexity of the modern condition, and how you can still build an expansive life when ever…
 
Much discussed topic on the pod since Episode 1 and we're try and get to the bottom of it once and for all. So, the Doors are Pagan Pirates. Dylan started Pilgrim, but shifted to Pirate in the mid 70s. McCartney heard Pet Sounds and introduced Clown, which is a sub-genre of Pirate.......of course it's all blues, and.....well......it gets complicate…
 
Comedian and writer Keisha Zollar (Astronomy Club) joins Jenn to talk vaccine periods, maybe momming, and saying the opposite of what you mean. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE AT: LadyHDpod.com FOLLOW KEISHA: Insta: @keishazollar | Twitter: @keishaz FOLLOW JENN: Insta | Twitter: @jennwelchnow FOLLOW LADYHD: Insta | Twitter | TikTok: @ladyhdpod ***** L…
 
Nathalie Stutzmann/Orfeo 55 — Contralto (Warner Classics/Erato) Jump to CD giveaway form “Oh là là! I’m actually living my dream,” said conductor and contralto Nathalie Stutzmann. “My two biggest goals in life were to be a singer and a conductor, and I am just living my dream.” Nathalie Stutzmann believes that every dream can come true and she’s li…
 
Roland Smith, K7OJL, entered ham radio almost 60 years ago after the launch of the Sputnik satellite. His ham radio activity paused for many years as a result of professional relocations and family commitments. Roland has since returned to amateur radio at a fast and furious pace, operating in just about every band and mode.…
 
Bleeker is back and he's pissed we didn't talk enough about Aja; so we did the only IWOL appropriate thing and tried to not talk about it again. These Bleeker episodes are always my favourite, and we consult him for what is "in" and what is "out" in the world of Pitchfork Cool. Listen and learn people.…
 
You can support this podcast, get early releases and exclusive content at https://www.patreon.com/aksubversive Or check out my writing on Substack at https://www.alexkaschuta.substack.com Papa Moldbug is imparting his hard-won knowledge about our moment in history - about how to be a dissident without getting your head chopped off and why it seems …
 
LadyHD host Jenn Welch has reached the max number of windows one can have open on their iPhone's Safari app!! Very dapper comedian / podcast host Brett White (Must Have Seen TV) joins Jenn to see what she's been googlin' and help decide which of these 500 browser windows can be closed. (SPOILER ALERT: it's a lot of them) TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE AT htt…
 
Gregory Harrington: Glass Hour; with Mark Shapiro and the Janáček Philharmonic (Estile Records) Jump to CD giveaway form One thing we can all agree on is that the pandemic has impacted how we perceive the passage of time. The days seem to go slow, while the year goes by quickly. Maybe you feel as if you’ve been stuck in a Ground Hog Day scenario. V…
 
Peter Shilton, VE7PS, became a lifelong chaser of meteor scatter and EME contacts because of a very early acquisition of a Drake receiver and a transverter, at the beginning of his ham radio career. VE7PS tells this story in our QSO Today.โดย Eric Guth 4Z1UG: Online Amateur Radio Operator, Entrepreneur, and Blogger
 
Join Jordan Burke and Kristin Priola with Saints and Sages, where we plunge into the lives of the faithful and spark conversation about our contemporary world. For show notes and more resources on the topics discussed in this episode, make sure to visit the link below! https://spiritualdirection.com/saintspod…
 
Over the course of the Pandemic there have been a number of powerful political songs by the Classic Rock heavy hitters (mostly recorded in Garageband, or to the same Rock Drum Loop). I'm talking Van, Eric, Mike Love, some dude from Yes, and of course Mick and Dave's post punk banger "Easy Sleazy." There's also been a lot of y'all sliding into our D…
 
You can support this podcast and get early releases at https://www.patreon.com/aksubversive​​​​ Or check out my writing on Substack at https://www.alexkaschuta.substack.com​ I speak to James Poulos, author, scholar, and master of the esoteric tweet about the promise, limits, and the sheer body horror of tech. We chat about the Silicon Valley counte…
 
Comedian and podcast host Youngmi Mayer (Feeling Asian) joins Jenn to talk starting late, divorcing young, and mom’ing in a panic. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE BELOW FOLLOW YOUNGMI: Insta | Twitter | TikTok: @ymmayer FOLLOW JENN: Insta | Twitter: @jennwelchnow FOLLOW LADYHD: Insta | Twitter | TikTok: @ladyhdpod ***** LOVE THE PODCAST? WANT TO HELP …
 
Violinist Gil Shaham teams up with the cellist and conductor of the Knights, Eric Jacobsen, to forge a friendship through their new album, Beethoven, Brahms: Violin Concertos.โดย American Public Media
 
Patrick (Pat) Brown, AK5TX, has always had a love for radio leading to opportunities from Chicago to Alaska to Texas! Amateur radio was the game-changer for Pat when he suddenly lost his eyesight, almost 20 years ago. Pat is now “More than able, I am Handi-Capable!” He continues his journey including contributing to our art, hobby, craft, sport, an…
 
Join Jordan Burke and Kristin Priola with Saints and Sages, where we plunge into the lives of the faithful and spark conversation about our contemporary world. For show notes and more resources on the topics discussed in this episode, make sure to visit the link below! https://spiritualdirection.com/saintspod…
 
Growing up outside of Cologne, Anika Ostendorf had lofty but headstrong ambitions to get into the world of music. She ended up there, but not in the way her younger self may have initially expected. As Hachiku, Ostendorf has forged a career in the indie pop world that has seen her charming, kitschy indie-pop win over audiences on both a local and i…
 
You can support this podcast and get early releases at https://www.patreon.com/aksubversive​​​ Or check out my writing on Substack at https://www.alexkaschuta.substack.com​ I've talked to student of human nature and the mac daddy of "luxury beliefs", Rob Henderson about the state of dating today. We chat about the role of evolutionary psychology - …
 
We got a new cable that allows us to play "fuckin' tunes mate." Sun is out, and we went marina side and decided to dig in once and for all to the "West Coast" Sound. Why does every song sound like "What A Fool Believes?" Who are these bands? Is it just one guy? Did they play shows? Will we have a show after this two part on Yacht Rock is done? Smoo…
 
Jazz guitarist and composer Pat Metheny learned guitar the informal way, by ear, but he worked with classically trained musicians on his new album, 'Road to the Sun.'โดย American Public Media
 
Comedian / Deaf queer activist / public speaker Hayden Kristal joins Jenn to discuss animals, motivation, and being a memorable side character. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT AVAILABLE BELOW FOLLOW HAYDEN: Insta | Twitter: @haydenkristal FOLLOW JENN: Insta | Twitter: @jennwelchnow FOLLOW LADYHD: Insta | Twitter | TikTok: @ladyhdpod ***** LOVE THE PODCAST? WANT…
 
Dan Marler, K7REX, owes much of his professional opportunities and success to his amateur radio background. A people person, K7REX, likes to give back to the amateur radio community as an ARRL Section Manager and founder of the RATPAC, a group that does not include Sammy, Dean, and Frank. Dan tells his ham radio story in this QSO Today.…
 
Join Jordan Burke and Kristin Priola with Saints and Sages, where we plunge into the lives of the faithful and spark conversation about our contemporary world. For show notes and more resources on the topics discussed in this episode, make sure to visit the link below! https://spiritualdirection.com/saintspod…
 
There are few intergenerational figures in a music scene that sees bands come and go on a weekly basis. Chief among those that are, however, are Al Grigg and Tom Wallace. Best friends since college, the pair first played together as part of 2000s indie wunderkinds Red Riders, before transferring their guitar-loving and hook-wielding expertise over …
 
In this episode of The Filter, I talk with Grant McCracken about his most recent book, The New Honor Code: A Simple Plan for Raising Our Standards and Restoring Our Good Names. We discuss the ways in which our culture relates to the concept of value. We talk about various examples of honor codes, the role of hazing rituals, creating a marketplace f…
 
You can support this podcast at https://www.patreon.com/aksubversive​​ Or check out my writing on Substack at https://www.alexkaschuta.substack.com ​ Samo Burja has an encyclopedic mind, is an extremely broad thinker, and was a delight to speak to. We talk about how great founders are at the core of societal evolution, about bureaucracy, managerial…
 
Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov is used to traveling and performing as an international soloist. During the global pandemic, he's been staying close to home, but among live and streamed concerts, he has released a new recording that highlights Russian composers from about 1880 to 1925, 'The Silver Age.'…
 
The new variant is in Vancouver, we are facing lockdown, and in the midst of such uncertainty, felt the only way to go was keyed up positive smooth jazz pop fusion. You've requested Steely Dan for a long time, and I you would expect , we answered - by doing the bare minimum research and I don't think we talked about it once. May do it again at some…
 
Tom Robinson, G0SBW, made a very interesting presentation at the Expo called, “Amateurs Research Poor Radio Communications at the Battle of Arnhem, in 1944”, where the British lost this WW2 battle because of poor communications. I urge you to go view Tom’s presentation at the Expo. I interviewed Tom back in September of 2017, because Tom likes to o…
 
Join Jordan Burke and Kristin Priola with Saints and Sages, where we plunge into the lives of the faithful and spark conversation about our contemporary world. For show notes and more resources on the topics discussed in this episode, make sure to visit the link below! https://spiritualdirection.com/saintspod…
 
In this solo episode, I explain why the future of the human race, if we have one at all, will look a lot like Amish life, or like one giant termite colony. I dive into the forces that push us in each of these directions, and how the conflict between these two possibilities might play out. Along the way I blow up the pyramids, trigger an all-out bee…
 
You can support this podcast at https://www.patreon.com/aksubversive​​ Or check out my writing on Substack at https://www.alexkaschuta.substack.com​ In this episode, we talk about frigid bitches, why Generation Z is definitely not "sex-positive," porn culture, ambiguous sexual norms, #metoo, the rise of BDSM as standard, sex trafficking, the "Aziz …
 
It’s 1970 and the Beatles are toast. Lennon and Macca are going toe to toe (let’s not forget George). Paul moves to the country and John spends 6 months in primal scream therapy. They’re both dipping into rock and roll hell candidates - Clapton, Spector etc. Yoko has hypnotized John. Macca is vegetarian and lives on a farm. They both emerge ready t…
 
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein has accomplished a lot during the pandemic, even though she may not agree. Her second recording within a year, 'An American Mosaic,' is dedicated to those affected by the lockdown.โดย American Public Media
 
LadyHD host Jenn Welch has reached the max number of windows one can have open on their iPhone's Safari app!! Very funny comedian Carmen Lagala (The Late Show w Stephen Colbert) joins Jenn to see what she's been googlin' and help decide which of these 500 browser windows can be closed. (SPOILER ALERT: it's a lot of them) FOLLOW CARMEN: Insta: @carm…
 
What follows is my appearance on the LocoFoco podcast. In it, I discuss some of the ideas in my Black Box episode with host Tim Virkkala. Tim is one of the most interesting thinkers I've met, and I still remember some of his comments from 25 years ago, including his observation that I should call risk a transaction cost in an article I was writing …
 
You can support this podcast at https://www.patreon.com/aksubversive​ Or check out my writing on Substack at https://www.alexkaschuta.substack.com​ I talk to Zero HP Lovecraft about women, men, and the future of dating in the age of acceleration. We also talk about toxic masculinity, bullying, how he has seen the dark heart of man, signaling, statu…
 
Violinist Hilary Hahn had her residency with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France, and her time there is showcased in her new album 'Paris.' It explores pieces that remind her of the time spent there.โดย American Public Media
 
LadyHD host Jenn Welch has reached the max number of windows one can have open on their iPhone's Safari app!! King of pep talks Josh Gondelman (Desus & Mero, Make My Day podcast) joins Jenn to see what she's been googlin' and help decide which of these 500 browser windows can be closed. (SPOILER ALERT: it's a lot of them) FOLLOW JOSH: Insta | Twitt…
 
When it comes to understanding how antennas really work, then the “go to” ham is Bob Zavrel, W7SX, author of the ARRL book, Antenna Physics - An Introduction. Through this book, Bob bridges the gap between “how to” antenna books, and calculus based antenna theory books for engineers. Bob has a long resume in radio and electronics, is the accidental…
 
It's an increasingly-common modern story. A project born out of a bedroom, a dorm room, a laptop, a loose collection of ideas, shifts from the micro to the macro. Few of these stories, however, have carved out such an intense niche as Dylan Baldi's noise-rock vehicle Cloud Nothings. Initially serving up indie pop with a sunny disposition, the band …
 
Writer / comedian Emily Duke joins Jenn to discuss love languages, rejection sensitivity dysphoria, and like a gazillion other fun things. This one's a whirlwind!! FOLLOW EMILY: Insta | Twitter: @emilydukehaha FOLLOW JENN: Insta | Twitter: @jennwelchnow FOLLOW LADYHD: Insta | Twitter | TikTok: @ladyhdpod ***** LOVE THE PODCAST? WANT TO HELP SUPPORT…
 
You can support this podcast at https://www.patreon.com/aksubversive ​Or check out my writing on Substack at https://alexkaschuta.substack.com/ I talk with Patrick Deneen about why Liberalism failed, about the frictionless society, being alone, technology and supernormal stimuli, why Libertarianism failed and keeps failing, the problems of scale, t…
 
Violist Paul Laraia of Catalyst Quartet speaks about the joys and privileges of honoring composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor in the ensemble's first recording in a series celebrating Black composers.โดย American Public Media
 
Huck Hastings is a relatively new name on the Australian music scene, although the Sydney-based singer-songwriter has had his eyes on the stage well before his current solo iteration. Born into a pub-rock heritage, Hastings eventually found a niche within the indie-rock spectrum and has carved that into a heartfelt and endearing debut album, Cheers…
 
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