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Welcome to Detentions and Dragons, a podcast dedicated to introducing Dungeons and Dragons into the classroom experience! Updated every other Monday. The hosts, Josh and Matt, are highly educated, experienced, and enthusiastic American public school teachers who aim to provide tips and techniques to effectively run Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition with students. They are also confidant that new players, new Dungeon Masters, and fans of Dungeons and Dragons will find this enjoyable and inform ...
 
Eric Devendorf is responsible for one of the most iconic and memorable moments in the history of Syracuse basketball. Now, he'll be hosting the definitive Syracuse basketball podcast on the Field Of 68 Network, providing you with the kind of access, insight, analysis and untold stories that you can only get from someone inside the program. Subscribe and come along for the ride.
 
You are tune into Toma Radio Network Podcast Brought to you by Toma Radio. we will bring to you Freestyle, Salsa, Reggaeton, House and Dance Music. Come check out our web site for our 24/7 Stream giving you pure Freestyle or Pure Latin Music, our live broadcast schudale, 24/7 chat room and much all at www.tomaradio.com
 
Point of Discovery takes you on a journey behind the front lines of science, where you'll meet the brilliant, quirky scientists who make the magic happen. Our stories are driven by curiosity. How much of our DNA do we share with yeast? How do our brains block out noise at a party so that we can focus on just one person speaking? How do you study a terrible disease-causing bacteria that turns mild-mannered in the lab? Come discover the answers with us. Music by: Podington Bear. Learn more at: ...
 
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Combing the influences of classic rock, thrash, and funk Weapons of Anew pushes the boundaries of rock music. I dove into their music and found personal lyrics enriched in a good time vibe but also a sense authenticity unmatched by their contemporaries. I spoke with lead singer Ray West about the bands history and collaborative style while also spe…
 
It's that time yet again, Stoppies. M-M-M-MARCH B-B-B-BADNESSSSSSSS. Our annual tournament to determine the worst of the worst is back, and it's time for six elite-level awful musical acts to duke it out for the trophy (we should have a trophy, huh). The first match of the Preliminary Round pits Western Mass's own constipated sad dads Staind agains…
 
Welcome to DM-Nastics - the gym for Dungeon Masters to work out their minds! Content: Tales of player agency going right and wrong. Inspiration: Player Influenced Story Telling Exercise: Telling the Tale Twitter: @dmnastics DM Neal's @joatmoniac DM Celeste's @cconowitch Instragram: @dmnastics Discord: https://discord.gg/8TWAcN Intro/Outro provided …
 
Host Nate Wilcox speaks with Maria Sherman author of "Larger Than Life: A History of Boy Bands from NKOTB to BTS" for a discussion of the history of Boy Bands from Franz Listz, Frank Sinatra, The Beatles and the Jackson 5 to K-Pop. Most of the conversation focuses on Maurice Starr's 80's groups New Edition and New Kids on the Block and Lou Pearlman…
 
It's another Monster of the Week episode on Long May You Young and this week we got to zoom it up with Bill Janovitz from Buffalo Tom! We talk about Neil, obviously. But we also talk about getting music into TV shows, how Buffalo Tom got started, naming a band, and what song Bill would love to hear Neil cover. He's also got a slightly different (da…
 
We’re joined by a musician who thrives when he’s uncomfortable. Tobias Nathaniel’s greatest enemy is muscle memory. That’s why he switched from guitar to organ. He formed The Black Heart Procession and kept his penchant for being uncomfortable by playing instruments like sheetmetal and being the wedding band for Melvins drummer Dale Crover’s nuptia…
 
In episode 88 Martin talks about Kiss and Trends in these five songs: 1. Kiss – “Watchin’ You” 2. Kiss – “Talk to Me” 3. Kiss – “War Machine” 4. Kiss – “Rain” 5. Kiss – “Eat Your Heart Out” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
Former Syracuse great Preston Shumpert joins Devo on The Scorer’s Table this week. The two chop it up about his Syracuse career, why he picked ‘Cuse from sunny Florida, some hilarious pranks his team used to play while watching film, his best Coach Boeheim stories (including a spot on impersonation) and much, much more. Strap in because this is ano…
 
When Ubisoft Montreal went searching for a composer to score Chaos Theory, the third installment of the Splinter Cell video game franchise, they went to the best of the best in Hollywood. This included legendary film composer Lalo Schiffrin, who was behind such scores as Dirty Harry, Bullitt, and Cool Hand Luke. When those plans fell through, Ubiso…
 
In 2020 the Covid Pandemic took from us, Frederick Nathaniel "Toots" Hibbert. The man who coined the term Reggay, Toots was Reggae with soul. His depth, power, warmth and continual positive messages really influenced many musicians. Songs like Pressure Drop, Monkey Man and Do The Reggay have been covered by many artists. We found out how Toots came…
 
What's the difference between a "riff" and a "lick"? Between "reverb" and "slapback echo"? We try not to get too technical on this podcast, but occasionally some listeners get stumped by some of the terminology. So for our 75th episode, I thought I'd explain some of the terms we use on this show-- and why it's necessary to have this "language" to b…
 
Nobody intentionally builds cathedrals to mediocrity. Music criticism, and really society in general, is often preoccupied with defining, declaring, and debating superlatives by using any means at their disposal, subjective to scientific. Look at the vast array of books, articles, lists, blog posts, and podcasts dedicated to rock’s most important b…
 
Born in the Arizona desert The Black Moods have been building a loyal audience the past few years. Combining sharp hooks and tasteful melodies their music fuses the influences of the artists who have come before them with modern hooks. I chat with singer and guitar player Josh Kennedy on the experience of the last year with the pandemic and what th…
 
1-2-3-4 Go! Records of Oakland, California, gets reviewed for its stock, staff, website, social media presence and selection (a perfect score!) by veteran anonymous reviewer Dr. Disc on an episode of the Goldmine Podcast. Plus, listen to the episode and receive a hint on how to win signed vinyl from a well-known Northwest rock band!…
 
We plunder the archives to bring you Part 1 of an interview with Steve Winwood and we talk to former Island Records Press Officer Neil Storey who recounts the first time he was introduced to U2. The Cramps and BBC's Mark Radcliffe share some great stories from the heyday in music. We plunder the archives with 'Way Back Then' to hear a 1986 intervie…
 
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