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If you’re here then we’d like to assume you are a music fan with impeccable taste, and appreciate the job we’re trying to do in promoting the very best in alternative music. Both Stephen and Remfry (that’s us) have written and spoken millions of words about our favourite bands in everything from The Independent and The Guardian to Metal Hammer and Team Rock Radio, and beyond. We have dedicated large chunks of our lives to passionately promoting our favourite music, but never has there been a ...
 
Go behind the scenes of classical music in Nashville. Musician Colleen Phelps takes you backstage for interviews with composers, conductors, and instrumentalists to give you an in-depth look at life in the orchestra, on the stage, and behind an instrument. Get closer to the music and musicians behind classical music in Music City.
 
Exoterrestrials make first contact with humans, but surprisingly they didn't show up to enslave the human race. But they didn't drop by to make friends either. In fact, they're only here for Sharp. The first sentient artificial life form created on Earth. It turns out subjugating a juvenile artificial entity into spamming twitter and reddit with ads and tracking online behavior for marketing purposes is a violation of the Consortium's ethics code. This particular human error is worthy of bre ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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We're joined by a special guest and suddenly this is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager. Episode Rating: "That Was Easy Enough" (Sniddler & Kal), "I Don't Think So" (Christina), "ALPHANUMERIC!" (Christopher). Show Links: Lazor Comb Podcasts | Linktree Twitter: APSNIDDLER (@apsniddler) / Twitter Christina 🏴‍☠️✨☕️ (@LadyGlitch619) / Twitter NeoKal (@Ne…
 
Steve and Remfry discuss the relative merits of writing their memoirs ... is it too early? Could we ask Jordan to ghost write it? Would anybody care? Expect to see two volumes in your local Waterstones by the end of the week (RRP £18.99). Something that will undoubtedly be better written is Bill Bailey's proposed song for Eurovision 2022, something…
 
I look up into the stars with the gentle sounds of breathing next to me, so why does it make me feel so sad? Guardian Angel I It is dark in this pre-Dawn, with distant light filtering through, mingling with the remaining stars as the mantle withdraws from the skies. I sit on an ancient wall, a perch that stares ... Read More The post Micro-fiction …
 
Captain Gavin returns and Enzo is an asshole to the Silver Surfer for some reason. Episode Rating: "That Was Easy Enough" (Kal & Sniddler), "I Don't Think So" (Christopher). Patreon: Lazor Comb Podcasts is creating Podcasts | Patreon Twitter: NeoKal (@Neo_Kal) / Twitter APSNIDDLER (@apsniddler) / Twitter Christopher Siege 2000 🎙️ (@LazorComb) / Twi…
 
Steve and Remfry 'go down and deep' on the Download Pilot line-up and end up completely and utterly contradicting our stance from last week by having a *whispers* bit of a moan. Still ... festivals are back ... sort of ... yay! Something that no-one in their right mind should have a problem with is us moaning about the fact that Vince Neil STILL ha…
 
Steve and Remfry are keeping the Sabbath dream alive as they take a look at Sons of the Pioneers, the debut (and only) full-length album by 'nu-metal' one hit wonders The Workhorse Movement as suggested by Doug Rae. Outrageously coloured hair, mustard-coloured suits, two vocalists, one of whom is called 'cornbread' ... it could only be the early 20…
 
From ancient Sumeria, a tale about the eternal Lapis Lazuli, a tomb and a thief, an unbeliever whose only god is greed… Lapis Lazuli It is the dead of night, some hundred years after the great floods that destroyed our world. Now the people of the earth tremble still at the mention of the wrath of the gods, but not ... Read More The post Micro-fict…
 
Steve's furious as per after Remfry takes 25 minutes to make a coffee ... Why do something in 3 minutes when you can do it in 25 eh? Once we get around to talking about ... ya know, MUSIC, we discuss the news that Download are set to host a three day pilot festival at a capacity of 10,000 in three weeks time ... a festival ... with music ... in a f…
 
Get ready for a five minute bit about having a pet Fong. Also, the Anime Club pays a respectful visit to Haku's Reboot Museum.Topics for discussion include the meaning of art, orangutang carpets, Enzo's thirst for death, and jogging-based theories.Follow us on twitter at @format_guardian, or email us at formatguardianpodcast@gmail.com.…
 
Remfry and Steve discuss weird collaborations as the news breaks that A$AP Rocky has wrangled in Morrissey to guest on his new album ........ joy! In other news, Slipknot's Shawn Crahan (AKA Clown) is to release his own brand of Cannabis products, Glastonbury have been granted a license to hold a mini-festival called Equinox with a capacity of 50,0…
 
A tale of identity, entanglement, time and a voice that’s not quite what it seems to be Different I have always felt different. Disorientation the doctor had called it, although he was clearly puzzled, and dismissive of my tendency to talk to myself. Then the town was bombed, the surrounding region with its industrial network was decimated too, lea…
 
Steve and Remfry discuss 1987's Scream Bloody Gore, the debut album by Death, as suggested by Tom Butterworth. The boys discuss the album's standing as the first true death metal album ever and whether it deserves such a lofty title, they ponder the impact Death have had on the metal world at large and pontificate about the size of venues Death wou…
 
Steve let's his love for Depeche Mode's Martin Gore be known in a very unorthodox way and seems intent on bringing the weird perversion up frequently on this week's show. Remfry, no stranger to wild perversions himself, respects Steve's life choices, but wants no part of it. Thank the God of synth-pop then that there's plenty to talk about on this …
 
A new plane of existence looms over planet Earth forcing humankind to struggle with identity, purpose and its own place in the universe… New Dimensions Since it arrived, hovering across the entire planet everyone’s lives have changed. The desire to strive, to forge new memories has gone, the urgency of any form of action was halted when the new rea…
 
Remfry is uncharacteristically keen to talk about the rumours of a new Spice World film that is set to emerge next year to coincide with Spice Girls' 25th anniversary (according to The Sun ... so maybe don't get your hopes up Spice Girls fans). Also in the news, one of the best new stories of the year, nay the decade, nay EVER - a drunk man was arr…
 
There’s only one way to stop the robots in their tracks… Infinity Trap In the distant future, on a planet once called Kepler 62e long-colonised as part of by Earth’s original evacuation, and renamed Kane the forest covered surface had begun to resemble the decimated mother planet. Humanity quickly descended into the have’s and the have-nots, alread…
 
We've resisted covering some BIG albums on Classic Albums over the year or so that we've been putting these out but one area we simply couldn't resist dipping our toe into any longer was the Seattle Grunge (not a genre) scene. And in typical Riot Act fashion, we start with an album which is about as far away from the 'typical' grunge sound as you c…
 
With the sad news that 2000Trees has had to postpone their 2021 edition, Steve and Remfry take a realistic look at whether the UK will be seeing festivals this summer or not ... don't get your hopes up. But nevermind, there's always 2022 and Download have swooped in to cheer us all up by announcing 70+ bands for next year's line-up, which is exciti…
 
As suggested by Jed Grainger, Steve and Remfry discuss the debut (and only) album from the short-lived project formed by Omar Rodriguez Lopez and Cedric Bixler-Zavala of At the Drive-In / The Mars Volta fame. Released digitally on July 1st 2014 (november 10th 2014 physically) Antemasque caused a minor ripple for fans of At the Drive-In and The Mars…
 
In the far future on Titan, Saturn’s resource-rich moon, comes a tale of a family feud, a cherry orchard, and the death of a father… Cherry Blossom The breeze flutters at the petals on the cherry blossom In a distant future in 3030 of the Common Era, on Titan, the most inhabited of all Saturn’s moons, Arturo sits within the ... Read More The post M…
 
Remfry and Steve start this week's show on a sombre note as we pay tribute to Jim Steinman, the colourful composer behind hits like Bat Out Of Hell and Total Eclipse Of The Heart, who passed away earlier this week from kidney failure after being ill for some time. In other news, the internet has been a-buzz with hype after Mudvayne announced they a…
 
The Anime Club straps in for some high octane action as Reboot pretends to be Mad Max, though no safety equipment could prepare our heroes for the reveal at the end of the episode (The podcast episode, I mean. Nothing really happens in the actual show)!Topics for discussion include weasel types, Reboot action figures, computer milk, and the sad nec…
 
A tear in the wallpaper brings the past and the present together as a man lies struggling with his last breath… The Tear A rip in the bright, floral wallpaper, a fold that once fell listlessly, is now suspended in time, its animus halted by a lack of motivation. But its inaction reveals what lies behind, with layers of older ... Read More The post …
 
For Nashville Symphony Principal Oboist Titus Underwood, the pandemic has been a fairly prolific time. It’s also been a successful year - with a regional Emmy Award and the Sphinx Medal of Excellence, as well as a viral sensation on YouTube. And while he looks forward to a return to the Schermerhorn stage, he also has a lot of goals for the future …
 
Steve and Remfry discuss the passing of DMX as well as the dubious reunion of Emperor with ex-member Mortiis (fine) and Faust (.... ah!) Probably not your finest move Ihsahn, we'll be honest. Albums reviewed this week are Ultra Pop by The Armed (22:25) The Battle At Garden's Gate by Greta Van Fleet (39:41) Sleeps Society by While She Sleeps (56:30)…
 
Steve and Remfry discuss A Weekend in the City, the 2007 sophomore album from Bloc Party, as suggested by Luke (Spunknuts?). Both the Riot Act boys LOVE debut album Silent Alarm but how does the follow-up fare 13 years after it's initial release? They also discuss the band's forays into electronica, the Radiohead comparisons that came as a result o…
 
In the far future, the robot shepherd of the last server farm on Planet Earth begins to question his existence… Shepherd It is 3880 of the Common Era and I am the last Robot Shepherd on Earth. There have been others, but they either left with the Star Wanderers of the last hundred years, the Great Escape, or shut themselves ... Read More The post M…
 
In the first part of our mammoth double classic album special on French tech-death lords Gojira, Remfry and Steve look specifically at the latter part of their career and the two albums that lead up to 2021’s forthcoming album Fortitude. 2012's L'Enfant Sauvage proved to be the moment where Gojira became unstoppable. Yes the underground had been hy…
 
There are important updates on Broken Records, Classic Albums and Remfry's squeaky chair this week as well as news on will.i.am's latest foray into the world of tech and Ronnie Wood has been granted the freedom of the city of London ... lucky him! Reviews this week include Let the Bad Times Roll by The Offspring (19:47) The Greatest Mistake of my L…
 
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