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  • 00:30

    078 Camp Flog Gnaw, definitely NOT goin to Coachella, and NYE plans

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    Welcome back to another episode of the world's number 1 music festival podcast FestHype.  Hosted by Steven Rhys, this week we go through a plethora of topics ranging from artists DEFINITELY NOT GOING TO COACHELLA, quick review of Camp Flog Gnaw, and our NYE plans.
    1) DEFINITELY NOT GOING TO COACHELLA
    We go through a list of artists who have made recent headlines that indicate that they DEFINITELY NOT playing to Coachella this year.
    2) Camp Flog Gnaw 2018
    This year marked the third year for the continuously evolving Odd Future festival created and curated by Tyler, The Creator.  Each year growing in size and hype, 2018 marked a new monumentous turning point, when the venue of the festival was announced to be Dodger's Stadium with a setlist of headliners that no other festival could obtain.
    However, that doesn't mean it didn't bring with it it's own set of controversies.  From Kids See Ghosts, to Jaden Smith's declaration; we break down the biggest controversies of CFG 2018; segweying perfectly into this week's discussion topic, is rap the new punk? 
    3) What are your NYE plans?
    As festival season 2018 comes to a satisfying end, we look frowards towards the new year and one of our favorite festivals and ways to ring in the new year, Decadence AZ.  Put on by Relentless Beats and Global Dance, Decadence continues produce one of the best lineups in EDM of the year.
    This year's event will be headlined by; Above & Beyond, Alison Wonderland, DJ Diesel (Shaq), NGHTMARE, Rezz, Skrillex, Porter Robinson, and so many more.
    Throughout the episode, we feature the music of Hana Vu.  This episode serves as promotion for these artists, if you enjoy their music please support them by buying their songs, seeing their shows, and spreading the word.

  • 00:29

    Is Tupac is Alive and Back? - Interview with Kasinova Tha Don

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    A lot of people don't believe Tupac died. I'm one of those people. Here I interview Kasinova Tha Don, who some people say works behind the scenes with Tupac. Is it true? Or is it coincidence that he sometimes sounds just like Tupac? We're about to find out in this interview.
    There is a lot of information out there that Tupac's faked his own death. There are also countless of clues or coincidences (depending on what you believe) that will definitively make you think.
    In particular, check out this interview with Felix Watkins, who wrote an article a while back putting together all the pieces to this Tupac Alive situation: http://artisticwarfare.com/tupac-is-alive-heres-the-proof-interview-with-felix-watson/

  • 02:06

    Music Channel 14/88 - RAC/WP classics and current events

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    Music Channel 14/88 the premier WHITE POWER music/talk show. Brought to you by the National Socialist Movement. On tonights episode will be featuring RAC /White Power classics and covering some shocking news stories. "Tranny Fight Club," "Jewish kidnappers"(this one's not a hoax,) and "Facebook in the news agian."

  • 01:15

    The Nu Soul Cypher Presents A+A

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    We live for moments like this!! With T. Mitch in law school and MJ getting her Bachelor's degree, we ask the question...what is better than 1 A? That's easy....A+A! This R&B and Pop duo fuses rock into their sound to create an unparelled or duplicated sound. All Things Go says the track is “a bright pop-laced R&B tune that showcases why these two make such a good pair.” We find no reason to dispute that!
    Join us as we get the Naked truth and welcome A+A into our living room to dicuss their debut EP, LivingRooms!!

  • 01:03

    DJ Ty Boogie R&B Blends 3

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    R&B Blended In A Way You Can't Resist Standing Up And Groovin' To This DJ Ty Boogie Mix.

  • 00:04

    Justin Bieber One Love Manchester

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    Yo #BieberFeverRadio Is bringing you #JustinBieber straight out of One Love concert...And Of course all the #PurposeTour info

  • 00:10

    RIP MORGAN ??

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    Small gathering for the team. Spread love.0

  • 00:58

    Barbie Bitch Radio #BBR Dedicated to Morgan

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    Today's episode of #BBR is dedicated to MorganPnkPrint

  • 02:49

    CKNM Little G Weevil, CKNM Dave Keller, Randy McAlister, CKNM Jim Allchin

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    LITTLE G WEEVIL – COUCH KID NEW MUSIC
    G returns for his 4th visit to The Couch with his new release, Back In Alabama, which dropped the day before the show!  We’ll talk about the new album and all G has been up to since his last, visit earlier this year!
    DAVE KELLER – COUCH KID NEW MUSIC
    Dave returns for his 4th visit.  This talented guitarist has released Every Soul’s A Star, his debut album on the Catfood Records label.  What’s Dave been up to since his last visit in 2017 and what is next for him?  We’ll find out that and more while we listen to the tuneage
    RANDY McALISTER
    Randy has released Triggers Be Trippin, his 16th album released over 30 years so it is certainly time for him to come by and sit on The Couch and talk about his thrilling journey.
    JIM ALLCHIN – COUCH KID NEW MUSIC
    Jim released Prime Blues in September and I have been looking forward to having him back to talk about this new release.  We’ll talk about what has been happening in his world while we listen to the music.

  • 00:17

    PLINI

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    Named #8 in Ultimate-Guitar’s top 12 guitarists of 2015 and listed amongst "MusicRadar's #1 prog guitar player in the world right now" for 2017, Sydney’s independent instrumental progressive rising star, PLINI released his new EP, Sunhead on July 27. I caught up with him ahead of the Australian tour “SUNHEAD” AUSTRALIAN TOUR
    WITH SPECIAL GUESTS MESTIS (USA) DAVID MAXIM MICIC (SERBIA)
    FRIDAY 7 SEPTEMBER - THE ZOO, BRISBANE SATURDAY 8 SEPTEMBER - MANNING BAR, SYDNEY THURSDAY 13 SEPTEMBER - BADLANDS, PERTH FRIDAY 14 SEPTEMBER - JIVE, ADELAIDE SATURDAY 15 SEPTEMBER - CORNER HOTEL, MELBOURNE
    TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT HTTP://WWW.PLINI.CO/AUS

  • 01:52

    Rundgren Radio with guest Phil Thornalley

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    Special guest Phil Thornalley who recorded the recently released Todd-centric album Astral Drive! Phil Thornalley has spent much of his career behind the scenes, writing songs and producing albums for other artists. His biggest commercial triumph, co-writing and producing the single "Torn" for Natalie Imbruglia, wasn't even sung by him. However, Thornalley does have experience underneath the spotlight. In 1983, Thornalley became the bass player for gothic rock pioneers the Cure after Simon Gallup left. Thornalley had previously co-produced the Cure's 1982 LP ography. Thornalley toured with the Cure while the band promoted The Top album, but his stay was short-lived, lasting only until the group's performance at the Beacon Theatre in New York on November 17, 1984. Gallup had returned to the Cure, causing Thornalley to leave. In 1987, Thornalley worked as an engineer for Johnny Hates Jazz's debut LP Turn Back the Clock; he also wrote the track "Listen." When vocalist Clark Datchler departed from Johnny Hates Jazz in 1988, Thornalley became the band's new lead singer. Thornalley also recorded a solo effort that year, Swamp. In 1991, Johnny Hates Jazz released Tall Stories with Thornalley on vocals. Despite having no dramatic shifts in style from Turn Back the Clock, the LP failed to sell. In 1995, Thornalley co-wrote the track "Torn" on Ednaswap's self-titled debut. Three years later, Thornalley produced Imbruglia's cover of "Torn," a worldwide smash.

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