Best Akrobatik podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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MF GALAXY
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MF GALAXY is a weekly podcast powered by four mighty engines: * Writers on writing: the craft and the business * Pop culture including TV, movies, graphic novels, and more * Progressive politics, activism, and social enterprise * Africentric change-makers, histories, cultures, art, and more! Mixing brand-new interviews with classic conversations (from my archive of 23 years in broadcasting) with famous and dynamic figures in the arts, Hollywood, and politics, MF GALAXY will take you to place ...
 
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Beat Club Podcast
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Welcome to the dopest radio show for rising music producers and beat makers!The creators of The Stew Showcase have come together to create a radio platform for music creators, music producers, beat makers and music lovers who love beats. Listen in as our comedic and uncensored hosts share beats from their growing community of music producers, the Beat Club™, interview special guests and cover topics from a producers perspective.#WhereProducersAreHeard every Sunday from 1-3PM EST live! Submit ...
 
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On this episode of the Beat Club Podcast we sit down and chop it up with the Artist & Engineer FreshFromDE!We discuss the power of energy and persistence, having a vision for yourself, plus the importance of having a music scene in your area. All this and more as we listen to beats sent in from across the globe. BeatClubPodcast.com#WhereProduce ...…
 
For many Africans, comics were an excellent entertainment of our childhoods, but we still had to face that most comics creators pretended that we didn’t exist at all. The comics universes were places we could dream of visiting, but the on-page demographics made it clear we couldn’t become citizens. Yet over time, North American culture has incr ...…
 
Daniel José Older probably saved lives working for a decade as a paramedic, but I’m sure he has elevated plenty of souls as a novelist. He wrote the YA historical fantasy series Dactyl Hill Squad, which made him a New York Times bestselling author. He’s also penned the Bone Street Rumba urban fantasy series, Star Wars: Last Shot, and the award- ...…
 
We're back!!!!!It's "1st Sundays" on the Beat Club Podcast! That means we talk beats, pour-up some drinks and keep it real! And on this day, producers get to submit all of their beats live! BeatClubPodcast.com#WhereProducersAreHeard
 
On this episode of the Beat Club Podcast we sit down and chop it up with Heavy Hitter DJ Chubby Chub!We discuss the keys to longevity as a DJ, being on tour with 50 Cent, setting your price in the game, Brazilian Funk and much more; All while listening to beats sent in from around the globe.Beatclubpodcast.com#WhereProducersAreHeard…
 
Doug Drexler is an absolutely amazing artist in the magic of making movies and television. If you’re like me and grew up watching US science fiction and fantasy movies and TV, then you’ve definitely seen the make-up work of Doug Drexler in films such as The Hunger, Starman, Dick Tracy, and Star Trek: The Next Generation—he was the artist respon ...…
 
Noam Chomsky is a pioneering linguist and political analyst who has been called the most important intellectual alive. He’s spent decades documenting the crimes of US imperialism and corporate power, and how the US government and corporate media engage in propaganda that he compares with totalitarianism. He risked prison in the 1970s by working ...…
 
On this episode of the Beat Club Podcast, we chop it up with Producer / Entrepreneur Kato on The Track!We discuss how to approach people you wish to collaborate with, how you could Collab with Kato on your beats, saturating the market with your sound, his Music Entrepreneur Club, the importance of branding and so much more! So take a listen and ...…
 
We're back!!!!!It's "1st Sundays" on the Beat Club Podcast! That means we talk beats, pour-up some drinks and keep it real! And on this day, producers get to submit all of their beats live! BeatClubPodcast.com#WhereProducersAreHeard
 
Happy Holidays from the Beat Club Podcast. We had an opportunity to take a trip to Allston, MA where we got a chance to hear some amazing producers and battles ( Lightfoot vs Loman, Battle Axe vs Humbeats and DJ Manipulator vs 1st Official ). We invite you to take a listen and check out the producers from the area. Let us know would you keep it ...…
 
Years ago I was working on a book about HBO’s police drama and social realistic epic The Wire as created by David Simon and Ed Burns. Through a range of ways, including the help of a friend, I got electronically introduced to a number of people who made the series as creators, writers, directors, and actors. They were a remarkable group, and wh ...…
 
It's "1st Sundays" on the Beat Club Podcast! That means we talk beats, pour-up some drinks and keep it real! And on this day, producers get to submit all of their beats live!We also continue our search to find and award the "BEAT OF THE MONTH," where the winner receives a special sound pack from our sponsors. All this and more while listening t ...…
 
This week on the Beat Club Podcast, Dart Adams returns! Need we say more...? BeatClubPodcast.com#WhereProducersAreHeard
 
I first met Tate Young back around 2004 when we were both giving readings at a local indie book store. We both had pseudonyms, we both had shaved heads, and we both produced often shocking writing, so we hit it off immediately. Three years after that he was helming a literary game show called The 3-Day Novel Contest for which he invited me to b ...…
 
On this episode we to chop it up with the legendary emcee, Akrobatik!We get a chance to discuss the new Perceptionist album, the problems with "thin" sounding beats, chasing whats popular, making corporate connections, and the importance of having character and talent to back it up. All this and more while listening and critiquing beats sent in ...…
 
Lyda Morehouse is pretty terrific. We first met at NorWesCon in Seattle when we were both finalists for the Philip K. Dick Award. She was totally down-to-earth, fun, funny, and welcoming. She was also an extremely accomplished author who by now has written at least twelve books, including the cyberpunk Archangel Protocol series, and under her p ...…
 
It's "1st Sundays" on the Beat Club Podcast! That means we talk beats, pour-up some drinks and keep it real! And on this day, producers get to submit all of their beats live!We also continue our search to find and award the "BEAT OF THE MONTH," where the winner receives a special sound pack from our sponsors. All this and more while listening t ...…
 
On this episode we sit down and chop it up with our guy, the professional, Bobby Bangers!We discuss why "the Drop" is key in every genre, cover tips for producers who want to start Dj-ing, plus get insight behind his new event series, "Boomin"! And of course we need a few shots to celebrate his birthday & 2018 BMA Nomination!!!All this and more ...…
 
So you want to write mystery fiction, crime fiction, or detective fiction, but your characters don’t crackle, your plots don’t pop, and your mysteries don’t sizzle. What should you do? How’re you going make readers keep turning those pages? You need to listen to mystery writer S.G. Wong. Oh, there are other writers, right here in E-Town, who ar ...…
 
On this episode we sit down and chop it up with speaker, educator, & founder of The Beat Academy, Toni Morgan!We learn how the Beat Academy works and how it develops hitmakers in the making with the use of STEM Workshops and unique battles; Furthermore we discuss royalties, branding for the producer with no following, plus networking "do's and ...…
 
If memory serves, I’ve known Craig DiLouie since 2008, and he immediately struck me as an artist with a gravitic commitment to the craft, business, and community of writers. I saw him giving a book trailer-making workshop at the World Fantasy Convention, held that year in Calgary, and right after that I checked his amazing videos, and later dev ...…
 
John Jennings is an amazing cat. He’s a designer, illustrator, writer, and lecturer at Eye Trauma Comix. He’s the artist and co-adapter, with Damian Duffy, of the celebrated hit Kindred based on the novel by Octavia Butler. His other works include I Am Alfonso Jones, Black Kirby: In Search of the Motherboxx Connection, Blue Hand Mojo, The Black ...…
 
Alternative Radio is a concept, sure, but it’s also the name of a long-running talk-radio show that in Edmonton airs on CJSR FM88 and also runs around the world. It’s a weekly hour of speeches by and interviews with progressive organisers, thinkers, artists, and history-makers that corporate media almost entirely ignores. In these dangerous tim ...…
 
It's "1st Sundays" on the Beat Club Podcast! That means we talk beats, pour-up some drinks and keep it real! And on this day, producers get to submit all of their beats live!We also continue our search to find and award the "BEAT OF THE MONTH," where the winner receives a special sound pack from our sponsors. All this and more while listening t ...…
 
I’m a lifelong Albertan, and let me tell you, things are always crazy in my home province. We’ve usually had political dynasties that lasted decades each. The last one was the rule of the Progressive Conservatives, and it lasted more than 40 years. In 2015 we finally elected the New Democratic Party, the somewhat social-democratic, increasingly ...…
 
On this episode of the Beat Club podcast we chop it up with Producer & World Wide DJ , RillaForce.We talked about creating his own sound and genre, The 2 year anniversary of RNBDM, the over-saturation of Soundcloud, and why we should really go visit Japan!We also got an exclusive listen to one of his unreleased tracks & challenged our guest to ...…
 
Beat Club presents "Writer's Block" - a mix of all the beats that made the "Keep It" List throughout the months. Congrats to all the producers who made it #BCPWritersblock Vol. 15.Want to get your beats on our Writer's Block mix? Submit beats for our #KeepItOrCutIt segment right now. If your beat it will end up on one of our Writer's Block mixe ...…
 
Keynote speech excerpts from The Good Fight 2018 Counter-Fascism Training Conference in Edmonton. Speeches by... DARYLE LAMONT JENKINS Daryle Lamont Jenkins, one of the founders of the antifascist organisation One People’s Project, is a former US Air Force man who's spent a lifetime fighting American neo-nazis, and was a pioneer of the early in ...…
 
This week on the Beat Club Podcast, we are visited by the multi-talented beatmaker/producer, reppin' 6SesOne7, BattleAxe . We chop it up about how 6sesone7 brought the culture to the library,his upcoming projects, plus the perks of being a producer with College ID. We also give Battle Axe a sample to chop up by the end of the show. All this and ...…
 
On This episode of the Beat Club podcast we chop it up with engineer, producer and owner of Beatmaker's Boutique... Ollie Dodge.We talk about sound design, creating sound packs, up-selling your beats in studio sessions and learning from your peers. Ollie Dodge also gets put to the test as he chops up a random sample and makes a beat on the spot ...…
 
In Canada, the threat posed by fascist, Whitesupremacist, and similar extremist groups is real, and growing. The proudly Islamophobic Soldiers of Odin are active right here in Edmonton, and even the right-wing Daily Mail newspaper in England describes as them a neo-nazi group. The Proud Boys are also on the march, and the Southern Poverty Law C ...…
 
On This episode of the Beat Club podcast we chop it up with engineer, producer & multimedia artist Jay Hunt! We discuss what you should get from going to school, investing money in your brand, and the up & downs when building a team. All this and more while we critique beats sent in from around the world as we look to create the ultimate beat t ...…
 
It's "1st Sundays" on the Beat Club Podcast! That means the fellas talk beats, pour-up some drinks and keep it real! Producers send in their best battle beats for this month's Chune For Chune!We also continue our search to find and award the "BEAT OF THE MONTH," to the best beat sent in during August; where the winner receives a special sound p ...…
 
Today, the day I’m recording this, is August 14, 2018. Spike Lee’s movie Black Klansmen is new in theatres, released to coincide with the one-year anniversary of the neo-Nazi march on Charlottesville in which one Nazi terrorist used his car to kill anti-fascist activist Heather Heyer. The nazis who marched, the same people who accuse humans wit ...…
 
If you’re an artist, it’s almost a guarantee you’ve experienced the difficulty of getting your work noticed. No matter how much you care, it seems too many other people just don’t. Being ignored that way is always frustrating, but it’s worse when it’s in your hometown, and even more so when you’ve worked to promote the work of other artists aro ...…
 
I taught junior high and high school English in Edmonton for a decade. I loved it; the job was demanding, but getting to know so many remarkable young people was a joy, and poring over stories, poems, and plays with them and exploring how to write about them and create their own was a blessing. That being said, I was trained in a specific mode ...…
 
So many people dream of being a children’s author, yet few take the plunge. Of those who do, far fewer decide the way to go is writing about a Muslim Somali girl and her family. Of the remainder, how many get national newspaper and CBC radio coverage? To my knowledge, only one, and she’s my guest today for the amazing success of her debut book, ...…
 
Many people dream of making independent movies. I know I did. Back in the late 1980s and early 1990s I was so inspired by Spike Lee that I read all of his “making of” books and in 1995 wrote a screenplay called The Coyote Kings for which I actually shot some test scenes with a group of friends in 1997. Of course, it didn’t go anywhere. But some ...…
 
While it’s known by a range of names, Africentric science fiction and fantasy imagines Africans exploring and changing the universe with technology, science, and mystical means in the past, present, and future. Artists employing Africentric science fiction and fantasy, or what I call Afritopianism, work in literature, film, music, comics, fashi ...…
 
There is an infinite number of ways not to have a successful writing career, but not that many ways to have one. You can write your own original novels and if you’re in the luckiest one percent, you’ll find editors who understand and love what you’re doing, and who work with publicists who know how to promote your work with opinion-leaders who’ ...…
 
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