Monday, December 31, 2012

Episode272 - Radio

Episode272 - Radio
"Baby, love me cause I'm playing on the radio" on Media Monarchy's last show for 2012: Episode272 - Radio w/ clips of my on-air appearances at my new job as producer of 'Ground Zero With Clyde Lewis' + 2012 Music by The Vaccines, Alt-J, Hood Internet's Mayer Hawthorne x M83, Violens and Lana Del Rey... Your support is greatly appreciated, Thank you.

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There Ia A Light That Never Goes Out

Mixtape017 - "Totally True" and the Best of 2012

Media Monarchy: Mixtape017 - 'Totally True' and the Best of 2012
"Feet don't fail me now, Take me to the finish line" on Media Monarchy Mixtape017 - "Totally True" and the Best of 2012! It features sone of my favorite songs of the past year from Air, Santigold, Rufus Wanwright, Spiritualized, Violens, Raveonettes, Dum Dum Girls, Beach House, Admiral Fallow, James Iha, Jack White, Cursive, Best Coast, Vaccines and Lana Del Rey... because it can't be news and politics all the time!


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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Saturday, December 15, 2012

@PumpUpThaVolume: Episode037 - Counting On You

Episode037 - Counting On You
"♫Makin' a soundtrack for another planet to hear♫" on @PumpUpThaVolume! Episode037 - Counting On You was recorded at the home studios of and features brand new #SongOfTheDay sounds from John Cale, PAPA, Lord Huron, Kylie Auldist, The Purrs, Sera Cahoone, Jake Bugg, Chaos Chaos, Purity Ring, The Moth & The Flame, DeVotchka, Still Pacific, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion and FF... because it can't be news and politics all the time!

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New World Next Week: Episode135 - War Crimes Wishlist, Wyden Taps Out, Obama v. Pot Episode135 -
War Crimes Wishlist, Wyden Taps Out, Obama v. Pot

Episode135 - War Crimes Wishlist, Wyden Taps Out, Obama v. PotWelcome to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

Story #1: More Than 30 Top U.S. Officials Guilty of War Crimes
Related: Dr. Boyle prosecuting war crimes in Palestine

Story #2: Expiring Warrantless Spy Bill to Be Reauthorized by Year's End

Story #3: Warning to all pot smokers in Colorado and Washington

Bonus: Twitter Photo of "Police" at the Clackamas Town Center
NWNW Flashback: Tree Bomber and JTTF in Portland

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Monday, December 10, 2012

R.I.P. Dave Brubeck: Pioneering Jazz Legend Dies At 91

R.I.P. Dave Brubeck: Pioneering Jazz Legend Dies At 91
from The great jazz pianist >Dave Brubeck died [Wednesday, December 5th] of heart failure in Norwalk, Connecticut. He would’ve been 92 [the next day]. Brubeck grew up on a cattle ranch in California, and he studied zoology in college before switching over to music. While serving in Patton’s Third Army during World War II, he formed one of the Army’s first racially integrated bands. During the war, he also studied experimental music under Arnold Schoenberg. And when Brubeck rose to fame with his Dave Brubeck Quartet in the ’50s, he applied new tonalities and unconventional time signatures to his music, while still keeping it breezy and accessible. He sold millions and ended up on the cover of Time magazine and he did it without losing the exploratory side of his music.

Friday, December 07, 2012

Famed Feminist Says Hollyweird Is Ruining Women

Camille Paglia: Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Hollywood Are Ruining Women*
Famed Feminist Says Hollyweird Is Ruining Women
from It’s staggering that 22-year-old Taylor Swift earned $57 million and Katy Perry $45 million. How is it possible that such monumental fortunes could be accumulated by performers whose songs have barely escaped the hackneyed teenybopper genre? But more important, what do the rise and triumph of Swift and Perry tell us about the current image of women in entertainment?

Despite the passage of time since second-wave feminism erupted in the late 1960s, we’ve somehow been thrown back to the demure girly-girl days of the white-bread 1950s. It feels positively nightmarish to survivors like me of that rigidly conformist and man-pleasing era, when girls had to be simple, peppy, cheerful and modest. Doris Day, Debbie Reynolds and Sandra Dee formed the national template -- that trinity of blond oppressors!

As if flashed forward by some terrifying time machine, there’s Taylor Swift, America’s latest sweetheart, beaming beatifically in all her winsome 1950s glory from the cover of Parade magazine in the Thanksgiving weekend newspapers. In TV interviews, Swift affects a “golly, gee whiz” persona of cultivated blandness and self-deprecation, which is completely at odds with her shrewd glam dress sense. Indeed, without her mannequin posturing at industry events, it’s doubtful that Swift could have attained her high profile.
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