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Best Marc Vale podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Marc Vale podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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6 very short twisted humorous stories. Only an hour long, with cheesy singing.
 
RE/Search Conversations features interviews with artists, musicians, writers and countercultural figures. Hosted by V. Vale of RE/Search Publications.
 
BLACK MAGIC, is a new short story by Dan Shaurette, a prequel to his upcoming novel, BLACK CASTLE. Capt. Matt Black and Dr. Andrew MacGillivray are a pair of paranormal private eyes hot on the trail of someone — or something — killing women during the raucous 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Stranger things are afoot however when their friend, L. Frank Baum, finds a man who was brutally attacked not far from the Fair. Featuring the voice talents of Mat Weller, Murdo Morrison, Ma ...
 
Something’s gone wrong with your GPS system and you think you've made a wrong turn somewhere. You look at a sign that reads: Welcome to Blue Lake, Home of the Tigers! The roads are twisty and could use some work. There doesn't seem to be much in this little town, or is there? Is there a couple of old people walking in the middle of the road looking like death warmed over? Did you just see someone run past you holding their hand with a blood soaked sleeve? Watch out! You almost ran over some ...
 
Marie Fatan always wanted to know the truth about her father who died in the war. It took a trip to Romania for her to unveil his side of the family’s secrets, it took a kidnapping to find out her father was still alive. In Strigoaie: The Romanian Witch, Marie takes a trip through Europe with her grandmother she barely knows. During their travels, Granna Lee tells a story of her childhood. Marie questions if her grandmother’s extravagant story, as it involves witches, is truthful, or made up ...
 
MASASHI OSAKU provides DJ mixes of Progressive,Electro,Tech House on the Podcast for the world directly.As picking up latest tracks,he's gonna take you up through your ears at any place. ----> Introduction about "MASASHI OSAKU" ----> Masashi Osaku is a DJ specializing in Electro/Progressive/Tech/Acid House and is a master of the decks delivering fabulous mixes with the highest level of quality and class. He is constantly learning, improving and searching the world for the newest, hippest tun ...
 
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John Shirley is a cyberpunk pioneer (along with William Gibson, Rudy Rucker and Bruce Sterling). He tells of his life and how he started writing: basically, start writing your dreams! Dreams can go anywhere! Dreams became short stories, and some were expanded into full-length novels. Duck-and-cover, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the idea of nuclear…
 
Carolee Schneemann is a way-ahead-of-her-time artist featured in the RE/Search book “ANGRY WOMEN." She has a huge art show now (Feb through March 11, 2018) at MOMA PS1, New York. Fifty years of original art-making in many genres!By V. Vale and Marian Wallace, edited by Justin Clark
 
Booking&Contact ? mail@masashiosaku.com "Masashi Osaku Podcast 53" 01.Fake Mood-Don't Miss feat.Jinadu (Armen Miran Remix) 02.Definition/Drums&Arps 03.Audiojack/Reverie 04.Matthias Tanzmann/Coffee Clouds Remix) 05.Huxley/Make It Right 06.Ammo Avenue/Halley 07.Crazy Sonic/Fast Lane 08.Raxon/Orix 09.ARTBAT-Tabu 10.Der Dritte Raum/Hale Bopp (D3R-25 Re…
 
Wolf Eyes was in town and visited the RE/Search office to talk to us about their eclectic and long-standing musical collaboration. Alt-Jazz, improvisation, and the necessity for spontaneity are some of their modus operandi.By V. Vale
 
Vale interviews Sumeet Banerji and Jerry Connolly. The three talk about Sumeet’s novel “Ice Party,” physical versus digital design processes, live music’s power, evocative odors, the insidiousness of marketing, curated everything, anathema words, and emoji conversations.By V. Vale
 
All the way from Hamburg, the experimental documentary filmmaker Peter Sempel stops in for this episode to discuss his process of filmmaking, the longevity of punk, how Jonas Mekas helped kickstart Sempel’s career, his newest project, and favorite animals. Originally recorded as a TV episode of The Counterculture Hour.…
 
Zine-maker Marc Fischer , maker of Temporary Services zines, and Museum of Capitalism's Timothy Furstnau stopped by the RE/Search office to share ideas. They discuss their recent publications, the art book fair circuit, printing technique pros and cons, and TSA confiscations. The Museum of Capitalism is having their book-release party this Friday i…
 
Robert Conway, who manages the trust of Bruce Conner, talks with RE/Search. The conversation includes Conway's interviews of friends and associates of Conner’s, the defining criteria of an artist and how we all might define ourselves as such, Conner’s inkblot series, and biography as art form.By V. Vale
 
Tyler Hubby's film "Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present" is now out and making the rounds. Tony Conrad was an experimental filmmaker and musician and an early "Performance Artist" before the term existed! Tyler visited the RE/Search office and filled us him filmmaking, Tony Conrad's work, and more. Produced by Marian Wallace. Edited by Miranda A…
 
Bassist Mike Watt (the Minutemen, Iggy Pop Stooges Band, and more) visits RE/Search headquarters. The conversation involves Watt's musical childhood and his career as a musician, including anecdotes about gigs, stolen basses, and punk philosophies. Text from this interview is available in printed form at www.researchpubs.com.…
 
Mabuhay impresario Dirk Dirksen goes deeper into the types of performance art, including comedic acts, that were "allowed" to play at the Mabuhay. Part 2 of 2. (Interview from 2004, two years before Dirk died, Nov 20, 2006.)By V. Vale
 
Dirk Dirksen was the entrepreneur and impresario of Mabuhay Gardens Punk Club in San Francisco. Here he talks about booking the club, the range of performances, and counterculture movements, punk and otherwise. Part 1 of 2.By V. Vale
 
We visit Diane DiPrima and she fills us in on her life as a working writer. Topics we covered are the struggles of women writers, counterculture movements, including the Bohemian movement, and balancing motherhood and art.By V. Vale
 
David J talks about Bauhaus and counterculture movements, including the goth scene and punk styles, in America and in the UK. He discusses his experiences touring in America and playing gigs in Europe as well as his favorite writers J. G. Ballard and William S. Burroughs.By V. Vale
 
David J of Bauhaus fame visits California on his Living Room Shows Tour and comes by RE/Search office for a visit. Bauhaus is most well known for it's original goth hit, "Bela Lugosi Is Dead". Who Killed Mister Moonlight is his 2014 biography.By V. Vale
 
Booking&Contact ? mail@masashiosaku.com "Masashi Osaku Podcast 52" 01.Lane 8-Fingerprint (Original Mix) 02.Palmer-Takin' Off (Giom Dark Dub) 03.Idamos-Heads Down - 04.Brett Gould-Belong 05.Marcelo Cura-La Vie Des Raves 06.Mihai Popoviciu-Focus 07.Archie Hamilton-What's In Your Head (Original Mix) 08.Yotto-Crosswalk 09.Sebastien Leger-Trytosphere 10…
 
Director Christopher Coppola visits the RE/Search office to discuss filmmaking with V. Vale and Marian Wallace. Follow Christopher Coppola by visiting his blog: http://www.christophercoppola.com/By V. Vale
 
Thorsten Schutte, director of Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words, joins V. Vale and Marian Wallace in the RE/Search office. Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words directed by Thorsten Schutte (2016) Review by Marian Wallace There is never a dull moment watching Frank Zappa, from age approximately 14 to just before his all-too-…
 
Daniel Miller's first claim to fame was his home-made (done in his bedroom) underground hit single, "Hot Leatherette," an electronic pre-digital composition inspired by J.G. Ballard's "Crash." He was in San Francisco for a DJ gig, also doing some synthesizer research, and stopped by for a visit, so we seized the time and recorded him. Here is Part …
 
Booking&Contact ? mail@masashiosaku.com "Masashi Osaku Podcast 51" 01.Alex Metric-Always There (Purple Disco Machine Remix) 02.Joyce Muniz-You Always Get Me High 03.Manik&Cari Golden-Recourse 04.Budakid-Anxiously (Original Mix) 05.Dario D'Attis-My Tip 06.Hermanez-Schudder (Collective Machine Remix) 07.Tears For Fears-Shout (Skylark Remix) 08.Spence…
 
Daniel Miller's first claim to fame was his home-made (done in his bedroom) underground hit single, "Hot Leatherette," an electronic pre-digital composition inspired by J.G. Ballard's "Crash." He was in San Francisco for a DJ gig, also doing some synthesizer research, and stopped by for a visit, so we seized the time and recorded him. Here is Part …
 
Booking&Contact ? mail@masashiosaku.com "Masashi Osaku Podcast Vol.50" 01.Freakme-Float Away 02.Adapter-Deep In My Soul 03.Mar-T&Luca Donzelli-Tartune (Betoko Remix) 04.Animal Trainer-Maunder 05.Gorge-Tayo 06.Underworld-Baby Wants To Ride (Heller&Farley Remix) 07.Gabe, Dashdot-Ambition 08.Paco Maroto-Amanita Drums (Pavel Petrov Remix) 09.&ME-Woods …
 
Jarett Kobek, author of "I Hate the Internet" visited our RE/Search office in February 2016. He was in town on a book tour, stopping off at City Lights in San Francisco. Here he shares his thoughts on writing, social media, living in Los Angeles and many other things. Listen in on the conversation with Jarett Kobek, V. Vale and Marian Wallace, with…
 
Lyle Tuttle talks about his life as a tattoo artist, from the early 60s to the curation of the Tattoo Museum in San Francisco. Interviewed by V. Vale of RE/Search publications. Produced by Marian Wallace.By V. Vale
 
Booking&Contact ? mail@masashiosaku.com "Masashi Osaku Podcast Vol.49" 01.Timid Boy-Wired&Uncomfortable (Chaim Remix) 02.Redondo&Ferreck Dawn-Something Else 03.JR-The Life Of Nile (Original Mix) 04.Gardens Of God-Voices From The Past (Original Mix) 05.Mr.V-Jus Dance (Dario D'Attis Remix) 06.Dave Seaman-The Holy Ghost (Dousk Remix) 07.Pele, Shawnecy…
 
Booking&Contact ? mail@masashiosaku.com "Masashi Osaku Podcast Vol.48" 01.Jacob Phono/Saatzuchgut (German Brigante Remix) 02.John Barber/Shine 03.Fur Coat/There's No Time 04.Tojami Sessions/Ray Of Hope (Helly Larson Remix) 05.Hot Since 82 VS Joe T Vannelli/The End (Sabb Remix) 06.Bunte Bummler/Target Pitch/ 07.Eric Sneo/Metanoia/ 08.Gonzalez & Gonz…
 
Cyber-punk writer Rudy Rucker visits and discusses (amongst other things) his writing career, his painting, and the state of technology with host, V. Vale for the Counter Culture Hour (produced by Marian Wallace). Rudy Rucker has written over 30 books, two of which received Philip K. Dick Awards. His novels include Cyberpunk and transreal fiction a…
 
When we left our heroic hooligans, a mighty cyclone had formed and was making its way towards them at Lake Michigan. Behold the thrilling conclusion!
 
When we left our incorporeal investigators at Mac’s office and makeshift laboratory, he and Oskar worked tirelessly through the night and into the morning on the amulet.
 
When we left our pair of paranormal policemen and the plucky pen jockey, they were perched above the Midway Plaisance, pointing out a potential problem.
 
When we left our men of mystery, they had arrived at the hospital to speak to Joe, only to find him running away in a big green angry fit!
 
When we left our ethereal examiners, they learned that the green beast was a witch named Ezmeralda. Her broken amulet was stolen and the attack from the previous night was her attempt to get it back. Meanwhile, the ruffian in question is lying in a hospital bed becoming very upset.
 
When we left our metaphysical marshals, they met Oskar, Wizard of No Small Water, who explained that the green beast they were after was his wife, the Witch Ezmeralda.
 
When we left our occult operatives, their discoveries led them to the slum cottages at the back of the Union Stockyards known locally as Packingtown. Mac’s compass began to spin wildly out of control as they approached one house in particular.
 
When we left our bizarre band of bloodhounds, they met their man who was mauled by a monster. Frank has gone with Mac to his lab to find out what they can about the baffling blood left behind, and Mac has made a discovery.
 
When we left our supernatural sleuths, they were meeting a man who was attacked by some kind of strange beast that was green!
 
When we left our heroes, they decided to investigate the case of a brutal attack near the World’s Columbian Exposition that left a man barely alive. We join Matt and Mac the next day at the Chicago offices of the Supernatural Affairs Department, discussing the case with their boss, Rex Darren.
 
Capt. Matt Black and Dr. Andrew MacGillivray are a pair of paranormal private eyes hot on the trail of someone -- or something -- killing women during the raucous 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Stranger things are afoot however when their friend, L. Frank Baum, finds a man who was brutally attacked not far from the World's Fair.…
 
Penny Rimbaud Part Two. Crass founder, drummer, lyricist, artist, and philosopher-poet behind the Anarcho-Punk 70s U.K. band. Penny Rimbaud discusses creativity, identity, futurity, and the problem with words (our primary tool for description and analysis) existing on a parallel dimension to "real life." Part 2 of 2.…
 
Penny Rimbaud Part One. Founder, drummer, lyricist, artist, and philosopher-poet behind the Anarcho-Punk 70s U.K. band CRASS, Penny Rimbaud discusses creativity, identity, futurity, and the problem with words (our primary tool for description and analysis) existing on a parallel dimension to "real life." Part 1 of 2.…
 
Booking&Contact ? mail@masashiosaku.com "Masashi Osaku Podcast Vol.47" 01.Helly Larson/Dreams Of Me (Babak Shayan Remix) 02.Art Department/Robot Heart (Jon Charnis, Prab K & Lovecraft Remix) 03.Newbie Nerdz&Moonwalk&Fractales/This Is You (Giom Remix) 04.Adapter&Matteo Gamb/Tarpadu 05.Michel Cleis/Hey Lady Luck (Jimpster Remix) 06.Sinisa Tamamovi/Re…
 
Thank You Speech and Strigoaie Soundtrack. This is NOT a story episode. All songs on this track are available for any one to use and modify. You have my permission, just please mention me thanks!
 
Marie and her family take a trip to the lake.
 
PART 4 The Society and The Decision - Marie attends another funeral and goes through a mind maze. She also makes a life changing decision.
 
Marie and her family are driven to Santiago's home. Marie has a talk with her mom, Max, and Franchesca. Also, a debt is paid.
 
Marie travels with her dad, Stace Fatan and has a family reunion.
 
Marie Fatan meets Stace Fatan for the first time face to face. Now, all they have to do is survive.
 
Marie goes on another car trip and there is a death in the family.
 
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