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Nov 052011

“That’s when I knew that I had the supernatural anointment of one of the otherlee conduits of miraculous divine healing. So now. . . reconstruct the eardrum! Polka! Listen to the polka!” – Dave Cloud – 4th Annual Halloween Extravaganza

Join punk music legend Dave Cloud and a ragtag group of disparate instrumentalist for the most bizarre episode to date. Dave recounts the haunting tale of the evil 22 year old succubus who tempted him during his beach-front honeymoon. Is it scary? Perhaps not. Will it drive you insane? Most likely. Starring Rhendi Greenwell, Josh Gumiela, Mike Hiegemann, Randy Hunt, Pimpdaddysupreme, and the inimitable Dave Cloud! Featuring the screams of Mara Bissel and Clara Fisher. Be warned: This episode is explicit and potentially offensive to . . . well . . . everyone, especially if you’re one of Dave’s ex-wives.

In the words of Dave Cloud, “DIE REAL GOOD!”

If you like this episode, check out the previous three Halloween Extravaganzas: One, Two, and Three.

Oct 272011

MICROWAVE WINDOWS and a group of noise all-stars converged on the back porch of Noa Noa for a late night, spine-tingling, bone-chilling Halloween improvisation. Recorded live October 15th, 2011 to an audience of two, featuring Brandon from MICROWAVE WINDOWS on guitar, John Hancock from ELECTRIC INERTIA on trumpet, Josh Gumiela from FOSTER DAD on electronics and circuit bending, and Pimpdaddysupreme and Matt Lane from WORKSHOPPE RADIO PHONIK on turntables, samples, harmonica, and more. I did the live mixing, mastering, and some editing for the purposes of pacing.

Stay tuned next week for another special Halloween episode. If you like the show, tell a friend or leave us feedback in iTunes.

Oct 212011

Every October, Halloweird! descends upon Theatre Intangible, and we devote the month’s podcasts to all things Halloween. You may have noticed it’s been October for 21 days now. For that, I must apologize. It’s been an incredibly busy, stressful, and productive 21 days full of concerts, recordings, and commitments. But we’re going to make it up to you by cramming as many special Halloween podcasts into the last 9 days as we can. Starting with this spooky Adventure Bomb improv performed October 8th at Noa Noa. This one features Lola Koeune, Cody Bottoms, and Adventure Bomb, my scoop and loop moniker. Enjoy!

Oct 312010
Chambers of Horror

Chambers of Horror Haunted House

As a fitting finale for Halloweird! October, we present the 3rd Annual Halloween Extravaganza, an exploration of the link between fear and arousal. Podcast 39 stars Mike Hiegemann on bass and Hammond organ, Austin Gaines on no-input mixer and various gadgets, Anderson Cook on guitar and synth, and JJ Jones on vocals and drums. I did the interviews, live mixing, clip playback/manipulation, and post production. We interview the creators of the adult-themed haunted houses Chambers of Horror and House of Horrors. Extra special thanks to Lucas Godfrey and Lindsay Starke of Chambers of Horror and Gork of House of Horrors. We also discuss Netherworld and Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse. All of these haunted houses are worth your while, each in its own way. They’re all open today, and all will be coming back next year. If you’re in Atlanta, by all means go to Chambers of Horror, one of the most innovative haunted houses I’ve ever seen. If you’re in Nashville, House of Horrors is an experience I promise you will never forget.

I was a little worried for this episode. We had to postpone it a few times, and today became the deadline. Most of the T.I. participants were busy with Halloween stuff, but Mike, Austin, Anderson, and JJ really came through with some haunting sounds. The improv serves the 1st and 2nd Halloween Extravaganzas proud!

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