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Malachi Bazan and Cory Joseph Clark Live From The Hum House

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On Wednesday October 26, 2011, 8pm-11pm/PST we will be broadcasting LIVE from the Hum House at Sipology Coffeehouse. Our guests will be Malachi Bazan of Revenge of The Platypus, and singer/songwriter Cory Joseph Clark, host of the Hum House and a few surprises. And we’ll be taking on all topics, and of course our regular Brewskis, sports, and any other news of the day segments. Tune in at Swoopsworld.com.

Revenge of the Platypus

West Coast trip hop band Revenge of the Platypus has been compared to everyone from Brooklyn duo Javelin to electronic duo Ratatat, but he draws his inspiration from sources ranging from RJD2 to Leonard Cohen. These are the sounds of electronic music, chill wave, and indie. It is perfectly designed for the placement in Film, TV and Commercials, what with its offering as two separate CDs, “Dreams” (the one with vocals) and “Dreams Instrumentals” (the one without).

Cory Joseph Clark

In 2011 after releasing his EP “Throwing Stones”, he started a local Long Beach weekly singer/songwriter showcase called THE HUM HOUSE. He performs a set each week, and books two other talented artists to play sets as well from all over Southern California. The Hum House just started releasing a podcast as well which can be found on iTunes which features interviews from the artist as well as some live recordings from each show.

Join us at 8pm/PST! Listeners can call in live or join in via our online chat right here at Swoops World Live, or via our live Stickam steam there’s more than enough fun for everyone! Not near the computer? You can also listen to Swoop’s World streaming live on your Android or BlackBerry using the Norbex Radio Companion, the iPhone with the Talk Stream Live app or Yourmuze.fm, which works with all smartphones.

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