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Best Extreme House Music podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Extreme House Music podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The award-winning Curiosity Daily podcast from Curiosity.com will help you get smarter about the world around you — every day. In less than 10 minutes, you’ll get a unique mix of research-based life hacks, the latest science and technology news, and more. Discovery's Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer will help you learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, and how history shaped the world into what it is today.
 
Eddie Martinez's Move:ment: Podcast Series is an eclectic fusion of House, Progressive & Tribal dance music infused with driving beats, progressive sounds and body shaking percussion to stimulate you in every way. Eddie Martinez is a DJ/Producer originally from NYC with the extreme passion for music and the sounds that make you wanna move. from performing at events all around the globe to your ears. Martinez's eclectic sound is a fusion of house music genres depending on where he wants to ta ...
 
http://WWW.KLANGWERK.BE http://WWW.AMSTRAND.BE Groovegsus is a Belgian artist making electronic music.Producer, remixer, DJ and label owner, the multifaceted artist is passionated by electronic music. Groovegsus holds true to the belief that the power of music brings us together as one. The diversity of his tastes, and his ability to create spellbinding club experiences, promote harmony on the dance floor. Groovegsus turns up with records fluctuating between genres, not having a distinctive ...
 
From Starrcade '83 to March 26, 2001, Tony Schiavone was the voice of professional wrestling below the Mason-Dixon Line. Though the Monday Night Wars may be over you can still relive the memories of Jim Crockett Promotions and World Championship Wrestling. Hear for yourself why What Happened When with Tony Schiavone is a hilarious trip down professional wrestlings memory lane. Join Tony and Conrad every Wednesday morning at 6am ET exclusively on Westwood One Podcast Network.
 
Hey Hey Come Get More Techie With Me PiNkY Pereira !!!!WE BRING U THE MOST DIRTIEST TECH TRIBAL !!!Cory Pereira, more famously known as Pinky, has been dj-ing house music for over nine years, ever since he was 15 years old. He was born in Portugal and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He started dj-ing house music in 2006 and ever since, has been going hard and strong. Before working together on tech house with Hugo, he had been a dirty dutch DJ,focusing on extreme dutch from Amsterdam which inc ...
 
In each podcast we (Several Reasons) present and artist performances that aligns to our beliefs and tastes. It can be an artist already on our label or someone external that inspires us in the industry. Our picks will span the genres of techno and electronica always pushing on the boundaries of the extreme. Sometimes we showcase some minimal and ambient sessions which represents our cinematic approach to music.
 
Our House:Est: October 2009Born in Burnley, LancashireHorsey & friends want to bring underground house & techno to Burnley every 3/4 months, as cheap as possible for you guys.Our Home: The BASSment @ Barcode, Hammerton Street, BurnleyIts the home of Our House. Been some special nights in the BASSment. Lets not kid ourselves. Its not got an extreme lighting system. Its not got props, backgrounds, table service or a VIP area. Theres 2 decks. A mixer. A soundsystem. A bar. Thats it. Stripped ba ...
 
Extreme House Music is a podcast for all you needy House lovers. With fortnightly downloads of funky, chunky, uplifting party bashin House and vocal tunes. If you enjoy the podcast & its monthly downloads please subscribe, follow me, add me as your friend, pass onto friends who you think might enjoy it. Start downloading my monthly mixes straight to your Ipod, IPad, Iphone or burn straight to CD for your own enjoyment, can be used for your ''in-Car Tunes, that early morning run, in the Gym & ...
 
The DJ known as “Inferno” has become a house hold name in the city of Las Vegas. Upon his arrival to Sin City DJ Inferno has gained residency after residency from his excellence in programming to extreme versatility. Ranging from Hip Hop, Rock, 80’s to House music, Inferno is able to read a crowd and deliver with great success. From his 2003 club debut inside MGM Grand’s highly rated “Dome”, DJ Inferno has managed to attain residencies at hot spots such as Rio’s VooDoo Lounge, Empire Ballroo ...
 
George Alvarado who goes by other Aliases like The EVOLUTION OF DISCO, The LATENIGHT LABORATORY, The PROFESSOR and TECH MAN 1, Started his Journey in South Florida in 1979. The Combine influence of DJing, Record label Owner, Music Store Owner, Producer and Remixer has placed him as a big part of the Underground Dance movement in South Florida. George is adept at shifting between Genres of Electronic Dance Music like House, Tech House & Techno. He is also driven by a relentless passion for mu ...
 
Surf, Snow, Wake, Skate, Base, Bike and Carnage, Bands and DVD reviews, all in a brand new Action Sports podcast. Featuring all the names from all round the world going mad, from our ocean of cool as f**k content providers. Skuff TV is all about giving you a tasty hit of street level entertainment, by the people within the industry. Skuff TV has hours and hours of awesome content on the site, latest news updated daily, prize packs for giveaway and revenue share for any active content provide ...
 
DJ DEANNE's Upcoming Gigs Sun 24 May, 20 Sweet Spot Indianapolis, BABY'S, Indianapolis, United States Mon 25 May, 20 XXXposed Afterhours, Fantasy, Chicago, United States Sun 31 May, 20 Sweet Spot @ The Anderson, The Anderson, Miami, United States Sat 06 Jun, 20 Hydrate, Chicago, United States See the full listing here http://gigs.gigatools.com/u/djdeanne Powered by GigaTools After nearly two decades of pleasing enthusiastic clubbers, Deanne is more passionate than ever about bringing the par ...
 
Jumping Jack - The Austraian DJ Jumping Jack has been a regular within the Australian dance scene for almost 25 years now. From playing raves as one half of the infamous ‘Flow Motion’ to super slick city clubs, the boy who played his first set at the now defunct Daily Planet Night Club in Sydney back in `91 has firmly cemented himself as a permanent feature of the club circuit. Paul was first drawn into the dance world after going along to one of the huge indoor dance parties that used to be ...
 
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Learn about why things taste bad after you brush your teeth; a new discovery about how fast the Earth formed that may mean good things about life in the universe; and why women may experience more pain than men. Why does toothpaste make food taste bad? by Andrea Michelson Schultz, C. (2014, October 13). The Science of Why Toothpaste Makes Food Tast…
 
Learn about the shocking prevalence of torture scenes in movies; why durian, the world’s smelliest fruit, smells so bad; and where mold comes from. Torture is prevalent and effective in movies (but not in real life) by Kelsey Donk Torture Prevalent, Effective in Popular Movies, Study Finds – University of Alabama News | The University of Alabama. (…
 
Learn about how your lover’s clothing could improve your sleep; how astronauts grew vegetables in space for the first time; and ancient animals that were connected by a crude version of the internet. Smelling your lover’s shirt could improve your sleep by Kelsey Donk 3 Reasons to Give Your Valentine a Smelly, Unwashed T-Shirt. (2020). Psychology To…
 
Learn about why hundreds of ducks are employees at a wine vineyard; a musical invention that was the Spotify of the Victorian era; and a delicious mathematical principle known as the ham sandwich theorem. Hundreds of Ducks Are Employees at a Vineyard by Joanie Faletto https://curiosity.com/topics/hundreds-of-ducks-are-employees-at-a-vineyard-curios…
 
Learn about the invisible harms of thirdhand smoke; massive viruses that blur the line between the living and non-living; and why whales get lost during solar storms. Moviegoers contaminate nonsmoking movie theater with 'thirdhand' cigarette smoke by Kelsey Donk Moviegoers contaminate nonsmoking movie theater with “thirdhand” cigarette smoke. (2020…
 
Learn about how your romantic attachment style affects your finances; the surprising reason why some amphibians glow; and why laughter might really be the best medicine. How Your Romantic Style Affects Your Finances by Kelsey Donk How your romantic attachment style affects your finances, well-being. (2020). EurekAlert! https://www.eurekalert.org/pu…
 
Dr. Julia Schaletzky explains what it takes to develop vaccines for viruses like COVID-19. Dr. Schaletzky is the Executive Director of the Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases, the Drug Discovery Center, and the Immunotherapy and Vaccine Research Institute at UC Berkeley. In this special coronavirus coverage from Curiosity Daily, Dr. Schaletz…
 
Dr. Julia Schaletzky explains why the U.S. is having a hard time testing everyone for the coronavirus. Plus: learn about how ketamine can help with depression and anxiety; and how an anonymous Anime fan on 4chan helped solve a 25-year-old math puzzle. Additional resources from Dr. Julia Schaletzky, Executive Director of the Henry Wheeler Center for…
 
Learn about how we make vaccines to fight viruses like the coronavirus, with help from Julia Schaletzky, Executive Director of the Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases at UC Berkeley. You’ll also learn about the weird history behind why we call steak “beef” and not “cow.” Additional resources from Dr. Julia Schaletzky, Executive Director of t…
 
The momentum was starting to turn in the Monday Night Wars and this WM was a perfect indication as to why. DX and the "Attitude Era" was just getting started and Stone Cold Steve Austin would finally become the champ, leading to one of most unprecedented runs in WWE(F) history. But wait! There's more! The Undertaker, Kane, a banged up an injured bu…
 
Learn about new research into how social anxiety works in the brain; how scientists developed the first synthetic self-replicating genome; and the adorable sounds penguins make underwater. It's harder for people with social anxiety to remember encounters that ended positively by Kelsey Donk Dolan, E. W. (2020, February 13). Social anxiety is linked…
 
Learn about a medical mystery involving blindness and schizophrenia; a new bacteria scientists developed to help protect honeybees; and the surprising strength of helmets used in World War I. No person who was born blind has ever been diagnosed with schizophrenia by Andrea Michelson Love, S. (2020, February 11). People Born Blind Are Mysteriously P…
 
Learn about the first animal scientists have ever discovered that doesn’t breathe oxygen; how we might be able to hijack the brain’s immune system to improve memory; and the biggest explosion in the history of the universe. Scientists discover first animal that doesn't breathe oxygen by Cameron Duke Specktor, B. (2020, February 24). Scientists disc…
 
Learn about how to choose the best music for your workout playlist; why learning more about a new disease like coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) won’t comfort you; and how to clean your phone. For the best workout playlist, go for deep bass and fast tempos by Mae Rice Tunes for training: High-tempo music may make exercise easier and more benefici…
 
Learn about why a rising robot workforce may make humans less prejudiced towards other people; how studying a salamander that can regrow lost limbs could help us figure out how to help humans heal faster; and hormonal changes that happen in dads-to-be. A rising robot workforce may make humans less prejudiced by Kelsey Donk Conrad, J. (2020). Opinio…
 
Certainly a pay per view featuring Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Sting, Lex Luger and Sid Vicious has to be good, right? Wrong. The year 2000 was one to forget for WCW as in about a year the company would go "belly up." But still, you're invited to join Conrad and Tony for a look at a Bullrope Match, a Yappapi Indian Strap Match and the worst Lumberjack M…
 
Author David Owen discusses what happens once you’ve lost your hearing — and how much technology can actually help. Then, learn about the psychology behind our reactions to a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic. Additional resources from David Owen: Pick up “Volume Control: Hearing in a Deafening World” on Amazon https://amzn.to/32l0dU5 Part 1 of our…
 
Epidemiologist Amesh Adalja answers frequently asked questions about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in this special bonus episode. Dr. Adalja is a Senior Scholar at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security, and will help you understand what we know and what we don’t know as of this week. In this episode, Dr. Amesh Amalja answers…
 
Dr. Amesh Adalja, Senior Scholar at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security, explains how today’s unprecedented closures can help save lives from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Plus: learn how birds avoid spreading fake news and how astronomers are using auroras to find distant exoplanets. Birds alter the spread of information…
 
Learn about how to use focused attention to ease the memory of a traumatic event; why extreme temperatures mess with your batteries, and what you can do about it; and how researchers used machine learning to discover a powerful antibiotic for the first time. Researchers ease the memory of traumatic events by having patients focus on neutral details…
 
Learn about how speed listening to podcasts (or "podfasting") affects our emotions; the health differences between white and brown rice; and the time pi was once almost legally changed to 3.2. Speed listening’s effects on emotion by Ashley Hamer (Listener question from S.P.) Rousseau, S. (2020, January 24). I Tried Listening to Podcasts at 3x and B…
 
Learn about whether binaural beats are worth the hype; how Australian dingos evolved from domesticated animals; and how to navigate some unexpected consequences of talking about historical injustices. Are binaural beats worth the hype? by Andrea Michelson Binaural beats synchronize brain activity, don’t affect mood. (2020). EurekAlert! https://www.…
 
ECW was on the decline and not too far away from being swallowed up by big bad WWE. As usual, the gang pulled out all the stops in this one, including a horrible injury to New Jack. But even the work of Mike Awesome, Masato Tanaka, Tommy Dreamer, Raven, Justin Credible, Steve Corino and even the American Dream Dusty Rhodes could not pull this one u…
 
Learn about some of the most common causes for hearing loss and how you can protect your ears from them, from author David Owen. You’ll also learn about how woolly mammoth DNA has given us new insight into what made them go extinct. Additional resources from David Owen: Part 1 of our interview https://curiositydaily.com/its-never-too-early-to-prote…
 
Learn about why plastic bag fees have such a big influence on your behavior; how bumblebees are able to fly around while carrying up to 80 percent of their own body weight; and the neuroscience behind why yoga reduces depression. How plastic bag and coffee cup surcharges go beyond money to influence your decisions by Kelsey Donk Environment, U. (20…
 
Learn about why pop songs are getting sadder; a mysterious radio signal coming from outer space every 16 days; and why it pays to be yourself when you’re in a high-stakes situation. Pop songs are getting sadder by Kelsey Donk Acerbi, A. (2020, February 4). Why are pop songs getting sadder than they used to be? Aeon; Aeon. https://aeon.co/ideas/why-…
 
Learn about Starlink’s unintended consequences for astronomy from astrophysicist Vivienne Baldassare, NASA Einstein Postdoctoral Fellow at Yale University. Then, learn why toilet paper is white. If you think the night sky should be included in assessments of the environmental impact of government projects, you can get involved in the Council on Env…
 
Learn about a research-backed way to achieve better self control by asking for help from others; how Ambystoma salamanders “steal” DNA from other species via kleptogenesis; and how your brain can process visual information as sound. For better self control, ask for support from others by Kelsey Donk Juan Pablo Bermúdez. (2020, January 15). Self-Rel…
 
A large crowd gathered in Milwaukee in March of 2017 for a WWE event that received less-than-positive reviews. However, upon second look, the show was actually pretty good. It featured Samoa Joe, Sami Zayne, Cesaro, Braun Strowman, Charlotte Flair against Bailey, Goldberg vs Kevin Owens (all 22 seconds worth) and a classic match between The Bastard…
 
Author David Owen discusses how hearing works and why it’s important to protect even when you’re young. Plus: learn how to be more productive by tapping into your “ultradian rhythms.” For Better Productivity, Work in 90-Minute Spurts by Ashley Hamer: https://curiosity.com/topics/for-better-productivity-work-in-90-minute-spurts-curiosity Additional …
 
Learn about how certain fonts can send political messages; why the “first instinct fallacy” says you shouldn’t always go with your first instinct; and why DNA and RNA are just two of millions of possible genetic molecules. Fonts can send political messages by Kelsey Donk Fonts in campaign communications have liberal or conservative leanings. (2020)…
 
Learn about how little the average commute time has changed throughout human history; what researchers learned from the largest-ever study of cancer genomes; and why procrastination is about managing emotions, not time. The Marchetti Constant by Kelsey Donk English, J. (2019, August 29). The History of Cities Is About How We Get to Work. CityLab; C…
 
Learn about how quitting smoking may reawaken healthy cells; how researchers figured out how to tell the age of crime scene fingerprints to help investigators; and why you sometimes yawn while exercising or singing. Quitting smoking doesn’t just slow lung damage, but can also reawaken undamaged cells by Grant Currin Gallagher, J. (2020, January 29)…
 
Learn about why sometimes people lie to seem more honest; how researchers finally figured out how to explain the Cheerios effect; and what we learned about evolution from studying Northern paper wasps, which can recognize each other’s faces. Sometimes, People Lie to Seem Honest by Kelsey Donk People may lie to appear honest. (2020). EurekAlert! htt…
 
It is time for another exciting episode of "Ask Tony Anything!" It where you, our loyal fans and all around wackjobs get to ask Tony anything at all by using #AskTony on Twitter. Tony is, as always, ready for your questions about wrestling, but we are sure, instead, you are going to ask the burning questions about life, pets, Lois, dog hair, Whitne…
 
Learn about why a predicted increase in phytoplankton is good news for our environment; how researchers can detect evidence of climate change from just one day of global weather conditions; and how Pablo Escobar's hippos became an invasive species in Colombia. Oceanographers Predict an Increase in Phytoplankton by Andrea Michelson Woods Hole Oceano…
 
Learn about the legacy of the trailblazing NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson; how scientists recently built xenobots, the world’s first living robots; and why zinc probably isn’t as good for colds as you think. Katherine Johnson Is the Human 'Computer' Who Helped Us Go to Space by Ashley Hamer Hamer, A. Katherine Johnson Is the Human “Computer” …
 
Learn about whether the exercise trend of “muscle confusion” really works; how structural colors give animals their vibrant hues; and why the way you dance is just as unique as your fingerprint. The Myth of Muscle Confusion by Kelsey Donk Hutchinson, A. (2020, January 23). How to Make Your Strength Routine Evidence-Based. Outside Online; Outside Ma…
 
Learn about whether people think in words or in pictures; why brussels sprouts really are tastier than they used to be; and why buying luxury items might make you feel like an impostor. Whether People Think in Words or Pictures by Ashley Hamer (Listener question from Alicia) (2020). Twitter. https://twitter.com/KylePlantEmoji/status/122171379291396…
 
Hugo Fruehaf, one of the inventors of GPS, discusses the dark origins of GPS and how far we’ve come since. Plus: learn why quiet wakefulness makes it okay to take a nap without actually falling asleep. Benefits of Napping Without Actually Falling Asleep by Kelsey Donk Shortsleeve, C. (2019, December 27). Can’t Sleep? Try ‘Quiet Wakefulness’ Instead…
 
Welcome to the final year of WCW! As you can tell from what we are getting ready to watch, the end could not come fast enough. One month after Eddie Guerrero, Dean Malenko, Chris Benoit and Perry Saturn walked out the door, World Championship Wrestling tried to keep the in-ring product exciting; but with Lash LeRoux and The Artist Formerly Known as…
 
Learn about why “beauty sleep” has real benefits for your skin; how plants learn the chemical language of pests to use for self-defense; and a new algorithm that’s fighting deepfakes by looking at heart rates. How Beauty Sleep Boosts Beauty by Mae Rice Kerri-Ann Jennings, MS, RD. (2016, September 9). Collagen - What Is It and What Is It Good For? H…
 
Learn about research-based advice for staying happy in your later years, from neuroscientist and author Daniel Levitin. Then, you’ll learn about how a faraway star helped researchers figure out when the Milky Way was formed. Additional resources from Daniel Levitin: Pick up “Successful Aging: A Neuroscientist Explores the Power and Potential of Our…
 
Learn about why bosses should let employees surf the web at work; how researchers made it possible for you to hear a mummy’s voice after 3,000 years; and why cold weather makes us crave social contact. Employees Should Surf the Web at Work by Kelsey Donk Andel, S. (2020, January 17). Why bosses should let employees surf the web at work. The Convers…
 
Learn about why opposites don’t really attract; the “propinquity effect” and how physical distance affects the way we feel about other people; and the history of when and why we started using last names. Opposites Don’t Attract by Kelsey Donk Johnson, M. D. (2018, February 12). No, opposites do not attract. The Conversation. https://theconversation…
 
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