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Super Normal takes people from all areas of society and shares their stories. As a young journalist trying to make her way in the media industry, Sam Sedlack has worked in media environments where exploitation and obligatory diversity occurred. In this new podcast, she hopes to get back to her roots of creating media with a purpose and a clear message: we are all human. Super Normal releases new episodes on Monday's. Produced and hosted by Sam Sedlack, theme music by Mike Tedesco. Super Norm ...
 
Vampires dance with Goths around campfires far from the rainy Metroplex- as the Central Computer says in Cell U.R. "Most entertainment consists of beautiful people on sexy adventures without kids, because real life is the opposite." Imagine a near future, when nanotechnology allows doctors to install speakerphones on the inside of everyone's ears, a microphone in their throat, and scanners that record through the eyes. All citizens enjoy a permanent connection to the internet. One human cell ...
 
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This week we are joined at the roundtable by our friend King Most. He recently released The Triangle, a collaborative EP with rapper Siddiq and DJ Spiñorita. He has also worked with rapper Jay Worthy and hosts DJ culture podcast Opening Set but is perhaps best known for his creative dance floor-focused DJ edits and remixes. Next up we have a great …
 
This week we have an interview with Chicago's Defcee, a deeply lyrical MC who just released a project with prolific producer August Fanon called We Dressed the City with Our Names. Defcee is a student of hip-hop culture, an educator, as well as a poetic rapper who puts a lot of care into his rhymes and we really enjoyed talking with him. In the ope…
 
We are joined this week by Masta Ace, a veteran MC and gifted storyteller. We touch on The Juice Crew's legacy, his experience working with MF DOOM, and his predilection for writing concept albums. Our hosts also discuss their favorite hip-hop posse cuts and take listener feedback on the question of the week, which hip-hop crew had the most memorab…
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the June 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. The objective was to characterize the relationship between objective tympanogram values and patient-reported symptoms and assoc…
 
Aceyalone's masterpiece A Book Of Human Language is a special record and we are excited to analyze its music, lyrics, and impact this week alongside an in-depth interview with the album's producer, the extremely talented Mumbles. Even the biggest fans of this epic underground concept album will glean new information about its making from Mumbles. O…
 
Edo. G is a hip-hop survivor, a great example of an artist who has been active for over 30 years. From his 1991 debut Life of a Kid In The Ghetto with hits like I Got To Have It and Be A Father To Your Child to the new album with MC/producer Insight titled Innovates, Edo. has been a constant presence in the hip-hop ecosystem. Here he discusses all …
 
What's a rap line that made you literally laugh out loud? That's our question of the week. We also have a conversation with the hilarious and skilled Detroit rapper Bruiser Wolf. His debut album Dope Game Stupid is one of our favorite releases of the year so far and a major statement from Danny Brown's Bruiser Brigade crew. Please be advised that t…
 
This week we speak with one of the most intriguing and productive artists in contemporary hip-hop, the enigmatic Pink Siifu. Whether rapping, producing, singing, or leading his ripping punk band, Siifu is always making high level, interesting and at times challenging music. Here he joins us to discuss his influences, his post-quarantine plans, and …
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the May 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. Part 1 objective: To assess the prevalence of distress and burnout in otolaryngology trainees, including associations with relev…
 
This week we have a great conversation with hip-hop producer RJD2. We discuss his influences, his musical journey and his time on influential underground hip-hop label Def Jux. RJ is an extremely nice guy, very easy to talk to, and was generous with his time, even taking a moment to talk about some of the analog synths in his studio. DBRP is a prou…
 
This week we have an amazing interview with Vast Aire, one half of the legendary underground hip-hop duo Cannibal Ox. The 20th anniversary of the Ox's epochal album The Cold Vein is fast approaching. We linked with Vast while he was in the recording studio mixing down new music and he shared insights on The Cold Vein, Def Jux, his rhyme partner the…
 
We are joined this week by authors, historians and galactic level hip-hop heads Jeff Chang and Dave "Davey D" Cook to discuss their new book Can't Stop Won't Stop (Young Adult Edition): A Hip-Hop History. Nate, Dave and Demone are all huge fans of the original edition of Can't Stop Won't Stop, and consider it to be the best book about hip-hop ever …
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the April 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. The first pediatric tracheostomy tube change often occurs within 7 days after placement; however, the optimal timing is not kn…
 
This podcast discusses the implications for non-otolaryngologists of "Clinical Practice Guideline: Opioid Prescribing for Analgesia After Common Otolaryngology Operations", published as a supplement to the April 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (…
 
This podcast discusses the implications for otolaryngologists of "Clinical Practice Guideline: Opioid Prescribing for Analgesia After Common Otolaryngology Operations", published as a supplement to the April 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-…
 
This week we're shining a light on the best rap records of the year so far. Each of our three co-hosts talk about their favorite few releases now that we're a quarter of the way through 2021. Next up we have an interview with DBRP returning guest MC Nappy Nina ans producer JWords. They just released a very good record called Double Down, and we get…
 
This week we have a great interview with legendary hip-hop producer Buckwild. From the 90's to the present, Buckwild has produced some of the greatest songs in hip-hop history with artists like O.C., Organized Konfusion, Notorious B.I.G., Kool G Rap, Nas, and many others. Buckwild is a laid back guy and not prone to self promotion, but consider thi…
 
This week we're chatting about new releases including Benny the Butcher's Plugs I Met 2. Then we have a lively conversation with Bronx-born MC Nine. Perhaps best known for his distinctive vocal tone and two albums on Profile in the 90's, Nine has had an extensive and influential career and shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. Beats this we…
 
This week we have some thoughts on the recent Grammy awards and then we spoke with one of contemporary rap's illest duos, Fatboi Sharif & Roper Williams. Sharif & Roper released a uniquely macabre record last year called Ghandi Loves Children. They tell us about their history together, their working process, and divulge a bit about their next few p…
 
This week we have a lively examination of the recently-released Netflix documentary Biggie: I Got A Story To Tell. The Notorious B.I.G. is one of the all-time great rappers and we had fun talking about his music and legacy. Then we have an interview with NYC-based rapper Marlon Craft. We discuss his independent hustle, his relationship with his fan…
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the March 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. The objective was to evaluate the association between race/ethnicity and insurance status on the access to early cochlear impl…
 
This week we have a great interview with composer, producer, beatmaker extraordinaire Daedelus. They share their experiences working with DOOM, Prefuse 73, Myka 9, and more colorful characters from the intersection of hip-hop and electronic music. They also describe a bit about their pandemic experience, teaching at the Berklee School of Music, and…
 
This week we are discussing Canadian hip-hop with two underground MCs from our neighbor to the north. First up we have an interview with writer, poet, MC and overall creative Cadence Weapon. Cadence has a new single out now called Senna and a new album dropping soon. He discusses his approach to writing, his journalistic efforts, and we parse the s…
 
Is The Fugees' 1996 album The Score a hip-hop classic? We delve into this question including listener feedback sourced from Twitter on the occasion of The Score's 25th anniversary. Next up we have a revealing interview with veteran MC and Visionaries member 2Mex. We are longtime fans of his music, both solo and as a member of group Of Mexican Desce…
 
We have a doubleheader this week, two interviews with guests who have made music we enjoy and also come from our little corner of the world, the South Bay Area of California. First up we have a chat with Jihad the Roughneck, a renowned underground MC best known for his work in the group Third Sight with DJ D-Styles and producer DuFunk. We are longt…
 
This week we are yet again mourning a member of the hip-hop community, RIP to Double K of People Under the Stairs and condolences to his family and friends. We spend some time up top talking about PUTS and what their music means to us and how it sits in the larger context of underground hip-hop. After that we have a great interview with Murs, one o…
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the February 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. Building a diverse otolaryngology workforce—one that mirrors society—is critical. In conclusion, structural inequities are …
 
This week we have some reflections on a great moment in Bay Area hip-hop history, the legendary Saafir vs Casual battle in 1994. This moment has been chronicled in a recent documentary available on youtube, and our host Demone Carter was in the building for one of the inciting events, a live show where the Hobo Junction and Hieroglyphics members in…
 
We have a very special guest this week, quite literally one of the greatest MCs in the world, Pharoahe Monch. From his beginnings in Organized Konfusion to his new rock-oriented project Thirteen, Monch blends peerless technical ability with wild concepts and emotional range. He is truly gifted as a rapper and has made some of our favorite music of …
 
This week the fellas discuss who the best DJ/producers in hip-hop culture are throughout time with feedback from our twitter followers. Then we have a great interview with one of those luminaries, the legendary turntablist, producer, artist, and collector Cut Chemist. Cut shares great stories from his incredible career and tells us about his devoti…
 
Rest in peace Daniel Dumile aka MF DOOM the greatest underground rapper who ever lived. This episode is our attempt to celebrate the life, music and legacy of DOOM. We are joined by DOOM fan and collaborator Open Mike Eagle to talk about our favorite tracks, memories and share some observations about what made him such a compelling character. DBRP …
 
This podcast highlights original research published in the January 2021 issue of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation. The objective was to investigate differences in epidemiology of oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma (OPSCC) with regards t…
 
For our 150th episode and our last show of 2020 we are very pleased to present an interview with a group that means a lot to our three co-hosts, Latyrx. Lateef the Truthspeaker and Lyrics Born made a groundbreaking self-titled album in 1997 that was hugely influential in all of our lives and led us to seek out left field experimental hip-hop. We ar…
 
This week the fellas interview radio host, DJ, producer, and hip-hop institution Statik Selektah. Statik chopped it up with us about his radio career, his production setup, and his practice of not breaking songs but breaking artists on his Shade45 show Showoff Radio. He is also promoting a new album, The Balancing Act, which has a staggering amount…
 
It's the third annual DBRP Awards! A beloved end-of-year tradition where we reach out to some of our favorite artists, writers, and friends of the program for feedback on the year in rap music combine that with the ballots of our editorial board of David, Demone, and Nate, and then "award" great music across a wide variety of categories. We also sp…
 
This week we're exploring Brand Nubian's classic debut album One For All on its 30th anniversary. We spoke with Sadat X, a great MC with a pioneering flow and one of the great rap voices. He recalls being young and hungry when the group recorded this masterpiece and fills us in on what he's up to now, which may surprise you. Next up we speak with D…
 
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