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♪ ~ This is our house and our House music! ~ ♪ Contact & Booking: elliotdeejay@gmail.com Socials: http://linktr.ee/ElliotDJ Elliot is a DJ from Barcelona that has been playing any genre in electronic music since 2016, from the most relaxing sounds to the hardest ones going through commercial EDM, as well as urban genres. Currently, the groovy House sounds are what he's most identified with. His technical skills and versatility on the decks along with his passion for the music are what define ...
 
Hosted By Dr. Vern of Sci-Fried, The Nerd Groove showcases Nerd Music: a genre that has been with us for decades, but has never really been accepted as legit. The genre has deep roots and even subgenres like Nerdcore, Chiptunes, VGM, Comedy and Parody, Filk, Geek Rock, and so on. Vern explores every corner of the Nerd Music world from the past, present, and future – highlighting the best and brightest, delving into it’s rich history, and bringing this wide-nerd word together with the music t ...
 
Sneakers 54 was established in 1976 when a group of friends got together after deciding they had to do something about the lack of good West end clubs that played Jazz,Funk & Soul music. They were finding that in order to gain entry into clubs they would need to dress in suits, pay extortionate entrance fees, and then have to listen to pop music for hours until the DJ decided to play the odd Soul tune at the end of the night. The next move was to hire venues in the West End and hold our own ...
 
Singing to your child at night has more benefits than you could possibly imagine. Researcher and music educator, Dr Anita Collins explores the latest science behind lullabies. She explains the benefits for your family, how it can make your child more helpful and even stave off depression. Executive Producer: Shevonne Hunt Producer: Elise Cooper Technical Producer: Cinnamon Nippard
 
Everybody has some broken records, negative messages that rattle around in our souls. Join author and spoken word poet Amena Brown as she unpacks the themes from her non-fiction book How to Fix a Broken Record with a different guest each episode. Through compelling interviews, cackling, and conversation, Amena and guests discuss life, love, faith, and broken records while reviewing the soundtracks of their lives.
 
Join our musical journey as Meet The Music explores the hundreds of musical genres from A Cappella to Zydeco. Listeners gain insights into familiar and unfamiliar musical genres. In each episode, we share in-depth conversations on a variety of topics with influencers, insiders, music critics, and music artists about a particular genre.
 
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https://radioactiveinternational.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Plague-Tapes-117.mp3 Tuesday 7th Dec. 19.15hrs Plague Tapes #117 Storm makes smitthreens of the gazebo and destoys the bins on rubbish day, so Dr. Groove locks himself in the studio and brings you over an hour of music, you can join him on his cloud. That is the Love section, and then …
 
If we are open minded, we challenge our beliefs and accept that our thinking can, at times, be misguided. After all, our thoughts are merely a function of our personal habits, experiences and internal communication. Dr Howard Rankin PhD encourages us to recognize the value of critical thinking, and become more aware of our own consciousness. To con…
 
~ Mixed by Elliot #086 ~This was my energic DJ mix for the Europa FM DJ Contest, hope you like it!Follow me on my social media @elliotdeejay for more music and good vibes! ➔ linktr.ee/ElliotDJ-----Este fue mi enérgica sesión para el concurso de DJs de Europa FM Catalunya, espero que os guste!Sígueme en mis redes sociales @elliotdeejay para más músi…
 
In 2021, people started to trust business organizations more than governments, NGOs or the media, according to global research by the Edelman Trust Baraometer. The Covid pandemic has seen people around the globe question their trust in all forms of leadership. What impact does this have on business leaders? Can organizations rebuild trust? What are…
 
Tom Sannicandro joined the podcast today to share his expertise on college options available for people with Down syndrome. Think College Home | Think College Special Needs Trusts OnlineSpecial Needs Trust and Estate Plans to Guarantee Your Child's Future (specialneedstrustsonline.com) Partner with Us!http://www.givetochildrens.org/downsyndromecent…
 
https://radioactiveinternational.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Plague-Tapes-116.mp3 Tuesday 30th Nov. 18.00hrs Plague Tapes #116 Sunday morning – it was when I felt inspried to record the music part, after watching the Velvet Underground documentary by Todd Haynes. The real birth of rock, or punk rock, definitely not the flowers in your hair clear…
 
In Episode 356 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo offer some impressions of “The Beatles: Get Back,” Peter Jackson’s extraordinary eight-hour exploration of the Get Back/Let It Be sessions. NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page. As always, we welcome your …
 
~ Mixed by Elliot #085 ~Entering again the deep sounds but with a club vibe this time, enjoy this one ;)Follow me on my social media @elliotdeejay for more music and good vibes! ➔ linktr.ee/ElliotDJ-----Entrando de nuevo en los sonidos deep pero esta vez con ambiente de club, disfrutad de esta ;)Sígueme en mis redes sociales @elliotdeejay para más …
 
https://radioactiveinternational.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Plague-Tapes-115.mp3 Wednesday 24th Nov. 21.30 Plague Tapes #115 On a dark evening in November, Dr. Groove puts together some mellow tunes – and we go on a musical journey. It ends, not so mellow and with the news. News Andrew is here to inform us about hitting capacity in testing, and…
 
In Episode 355 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo interview Peter Jackson, the director of “The Beatles: Get Back” – the most anticipated Beatles project since “The Beatles Anthology,” in 1995. Mr. Jackson is also, of course, the director of the “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit” trilogies, and the extraordinary Wor…
 
Need some respite from the work day grind? Join the fun on this episode for a light-hearted take on workplace humor. Dan Hill delivers a real tongue-in-cheek take on the corporate lingo and jargon that infiltrates our workplaces. But with every joke he makes, there is a pang of truth: “emojis; the feelings you would be having at work if they were a…
 
Show 443 - Lets not even go there, once again its been way to long since we made it to the studio. As promised we have produced another Tribute to the "Funky Sikh", the jazz legend Dr Lonnie Smith who sadly passed away last month. Regular followers of the show will know we have paid tribute to the great man many times before and that his music take…
 
~ Elliot Live DJ Set @ Ibiza Sunset By El Templo ~This was my House set at the Ibiza Sunset party by El Templo! It was a great event and I want to thank the guys at El Templo for having me :)Follow me on my social media @elliotdeejay for more music and good vibes! ➔ linktr.ee/ElliotDJ-----Este fue mi set de House en la fiesta Ibiza Sunset de El Tem…
 
What makes us more likely to believe in conspiracy theories? Can our religious beliefs or political affiliations determine whether we're less likely to believe in scientific facts? Why are health conspiracy theories some of the most widely believed notions? We revisit a conversation with Eric Oliver who talks us through the factors that drive peopl…
 
In Episode 354 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo review “Lyrics,” the two-volume book by Paul McCartney (with help from the poet Paul Muldoon) has just been published. Is it really, as he has suggested, an autobiography, told through his song lyrics? How illuminating is it – and how accurate are his memories? Wha…
 
Erica Balint, outreach coordinator for The Alliance for Infants and Toddlers, Inc., joined the podcast today to discuss Early Intervention Services for young children. What are early intervention services and how might they benefit children with Down syndrome? Listen to find out! For more information on Early Intervention Services in Pennsylvania, …
 
Melvin "Skip" Alston, chair of the Guilford County Commissioners, and Deanna Hayes-Greene, chair of the Guilford County Board of Education, have almost 50 years of combined experience as leaders in the community. In this episode, hosted by Kevin Gray, president of the Weaver Foundation, they share lessons learned along the way and how those are sha…
 
https://radioactiveinternational.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Plague-Tapes-114.mp3 Tuesday 16th November ’21 16.00hrs Plague Tapes #114 I think we both know that this show starts on a bit of a low – cheerful music with samples of not so bright prospects, with the I’m 49 tune from Paddy McAloon, but we pull the whole thing out of a nose dive. The …
 
Misinformation is like a virus, spreading quickly and propagating in a way that doesn’t benefit its host. Andy Noman describes harmful ideas as acting like “mind parasites” that deploy clever tactics to infect our thinking by circumventing our mental immune systems. And we’re even more susceptible to bad ideas than we realize. So how do we immunize…
 
~ Mixed by Elliot #084 ~The calm after the darkness. In this episode, I bring you a selection of Deep House tracks harmonically mixed to make you feel like if you were relaxing in a lounge, enjoy...Follow me on my social media @elliotdeejay for more music and good vibes! ➔ linktr.ee/ElliotDJ-----La calma tras la oscuridad. En este episodio, te trai…
 
~ Mixed by Elliot #083 ~Enter the dark side of Oliver Heldens in this HI-LO only techno mix...Follow me on my social media @elliotdeejay for more music and good vibes! ➔ linktr.ee/ElliotDJ-----Entra en el lado de oscuro de Oliver Heldens en esta sesión techno sólo HI-LO...Sígueme en mis redes sociales @elliotdeejay para más música y buen rollo! ➔ l…
 
How do you respond to someone who says “the earth is flat” or “Covid is a hoax”? Before we can try and reason with conspiracy theorists, we must first understand the reason they have ventured down that path. Lee McIntyre has spent years researching science deniers and has found a common set of traits in their behavior. He also argues that we should…
 
Dr. Andy Nowalk joins the podcast again today to discuss the latest news in COVID as it relates to people with Down syndrome. The podcast highlights the release of the COVID vaccine for 5-11 year olds and discusses booster doses for people with Ds over 18 years old. You can partner with us in our service to the community, including this podcast, by…
 
In Episode 353 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo interview Simon Weitzman and Andy Lee, the director and editor, respectively, of “Here, There & Everywhere,” a new film-in-progress about the universe of Beatles fandom, across generations and around the world, and taking in everything from collectors, convention a…
 
Host of Hidden Brain podcast, Shankar Vedantam talks with us about the powers: both useful and harmful, of our delusional thinking. Nations are an example of useful delusions; they are an entirely human-made construct, yet they can present us with a unifying, shared identity. There is a tipping point, however, at which our beliefs can become harmfu…
 
This episode of Meet the Music brings to the mic the DMV's DJ King Nick Kannon. DJ Kannon talks about the early Washington, DC Go-Go scene, his rise to the Co-Founder of Bounce Beat records, and his joy of still moving a crowd every night of the week. Learn how Bounce Beat records are capitalizing on Tik Tok.…
 
https://radioactiveinternational.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Plague-Tapes-113.mp3 Sunday 31st October 16.00hrs Plague Tapes #113 Physcian heal thyself and this plague tapes comes at the end of a sick week for the Doctor. But Plague Tapes is all about sickeness, isn’t it. That and music. I am recovered enough to put together another low-fi show o…
 
~ House of Groove #001 ~Your monthly dose of Groove! This episode features tracks from David Penn, Martin Ikin, Mark Knight, John Summit & many more!Follow me on my social media @elliotdeejay for more music and good vibes! ➔ linktr.ee/ElliotDJ-----Tu dosis mensual de Groove! En este episodio suenan temas de David Penn, Martin Ikin, Mark Knight, Joh…
 
Listen to Kurt and Tim’s spooky Halloween Special about some common biases that can seem a bit scary. But don’t fear, the scariest thing about this episode is actually Kurt and Tim’s jokes! Find out why some biases are a bit spooky, what makes us susceptible to them, and most importantly how we can overcome them. Thanks for taking the time to learn…
 
Dr. Stephanie Santoro with the Mass General Down Syndrome Program joined the podcast to discuss a relatively newly recognized condition called by several names including Unexplained Regression in Down Syndrome (URDS), Down Syndrome Disintegrative Disorder (DSDD), or Down Syndrome Regression Disorder (DSRD). Dr. Santoro will discuss the signs of the…
 
In Episode 352 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo review Ringo Starr’s new EP, “Change the World,” and discuss “The Beatles: Get Back,” the new book of transcripts and photographs from the “Get Back/Let It Be” sessions that was just published to accompany the “Let It Be Special Edition” audio release and Peter Jac…
 
Rudeness is contagious, in a similar way to a virus. When experiencing a rude encounter, our brain perceives it like a threat. And once we’ve tuned in to this low-level threat, we’re more likely to notice it around us, and therefore more likely to display rude behavior ourselves. Our guest on this episode is Dr Trevor Foulk PhD, Assistant Professor…
 
https://radioactiveinternational.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Plague-Tapes-112.mp3 Monday 25th October 12.30hrs Plague Tapes #112 What Exit? Partying in such a way to help the markets, [I.e. Niteclubs] came back on Friday night. But this whole talk of Exit’s and ‘going back to normal’ appears massively premature given where we find ourselves. All…
 
Who should have the last word on labeling music? The music industry or the music consumer? Well, we will probably never know the answer anytime in the near future, but the dialogue can lead to all involved taking note. Music Critic, Author, and oh yeah, Associate Professor of American studies and Media studies at the University of Virginia joins ou…
 
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