Posts Tagged ‘music’

The OCD Episode 19: The Mix Tape 1, Pt. 2

THE OCD 19: THE MIX TAPE 1, PART 2 Mike and Ryan continue to review the first soundtrack for The OC, Mix 1! On a very special episode of The OCD, Mike takes Ryan on a journey through the back half of the music of the greatest show in TV history. Ryan still hasn’t heard one lick of one…

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Movie of the Year: 1999 – Best of Rushmore

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  Movie of the Year 1999: Best of Rushmore The Taste Buds review their favorite Rushmores of the season! Everyone is still hard at work prepping the new season of Movie of the Year: 2004, so kickback and enjoy this look back at the season that was. On this week’s episode, we choose our favorite Rushmore segments,…

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WRITERS’ BLOCK EPISODE 10: STEVIE TALKS

In the final Chapman Radio* flashback episode, Mike talks to local Orange County musician (and provider of Writers’ Block music) Stevie Talks. Stevie has toured the country with various bands, and now focuses on his solo career, while going back to schools to get his degree in Economics. The two talk about the ups and…

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Wake n Bake — Summer Music Mockumentary Festival pt. 3

WAKE N BAKE In which Erin informs you of the best movies to blaze to Mormons and LDS people have a lot of experience being the butt of the country’s jokes.  Don’t get me wrong, they deserve a lot of it.  (Contributing funds to California’s Proposition 8 campaign?  The church should receive far worse than…

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Wake n Bake – Summer Music Mockumentary Festival pt. 1

WAKE N BAKE in which Erin informs you of the best movies to blaze to As many herb enthusiasts will tell you, one of the most kick-ass traditional blazing spots is a summer music festival.  Getting high enhances all of the inherent good associated with festivals—live music in the great outdoors—while mitigating the inherently crappy—hot,…

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The Thirst Games

Mad Men: The Drinking Game; or Why Punk Sucks                   Punk rock  is terrible.  Now, I’m not talking about the music alone, because though the vast majority of it is unlistenable garbage, there are some bands in that genre that are undeniably great. I grew up on a healthy diet of Green Day, The…

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Good-Pass Filter

Dry The River This is a British Folk-Rock band which falls squarely in the neo-folk indie style that is all the rage these days.  The main thing you will notice is that lead singer Peter Liddle sounds very much like Brandon Flowers, but with a little more earnestness, occasionally conjuring up a Robert Smith-like voice.…

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Good-Pass Filter

Good Old War Like a hip, modern Crosby, Stills & Nash, Good Old War delivers harmony-centric fun folk-rock that keeps growing on me the more I listen to it. The lyrics are memorable and the melodies are catchy. I dare you to get this song out of your head: That song is from their new…

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Good-Pass Filter

My Not-So-Secret Love Affair With Counting Crows This is a hard article to write. The reason for this is probably because I suffer from some inner turmoil related to my Counting Crows fan-dom. I have many debates about music, and I often under-represent my admiration for this band because no matter how well I make…

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