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Jul 092012

It’s the Great Podcast Releasathon 2012!(tm) this week at Theatre Intangible, a glorious celebration with a new podcast each day! Actually, I made that up. I’m just way behind on my release schedule, I had several old episodes ready to go, and I thought a fancy name would make it appear as if it were intentional.

We kicked off the festivities yesterday with Catharsirator from the WIDB era.

Today’s release is podcast 86: A Wild Snore, featuring Gordon Roque on melodica and vocals; Melody Holt on vocals and musical saw; Cody Bottoms on vocals; myself on musical saw; Anderson Cook on guitar and chaos pad; Randy Hunt on double bass; and Lawrence Crow on keyboards, Theremin, and Supercollider / Puredata programming. I did the live mixing, editing, and mastering. A Wild Snore was the 18th episode of the WRVU era of Theatre Intangible, recorded August 17th, 2008. It’s still one of my favorites.

Stay tuned for another podcast tomorrow!

Jul 132011

The mother of all noise improvs featuring Anderson Cook (Hadals, Tapes of a Neon God), Anthony William Herndon, and Dylan Simon (Mass At Dawn)! Recorded July 2nd, 2011 at Theatre Intangible studios.

Also, check out another installment of Dada Mail! Send your Dada Mail to tony@theatreintangible.com

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Nov 222010

You’re in for a treat folks. Because for podcast 41 we’ve unearthed the most tumultuous, drama-filled episode of Theatre Intangible’s history: Random and Nameless Awesome Adventure That Never Happened. The actors rebeled against the show. Someone walked out. We broke a $2000 piece of studio equipment. 14 players jammed in the WRVU studios. Good times.

Listen as we summon the spirits of the oldtime radio plays!. . . except, not really. Capturing the vibe of radio plays such as The Shadow was what I was actually going for, but the improv actors had other ideas. I’m still not quite sure when they were being serious and when they were acting. And that, oddly enough, is what makes everything so interesting. For a long time, I felt this show to be a failure, but listening back now, I kind of like it . . . in a Waiting For Godot meets Holy Mountain kind of way.

Musicians include Cody Bottoms, Paul Cain, Rhendi Greenwell, Bobobobobob, Wes and Ember White, Anderson Cook, and Wess Youngblood. The actors preferred to go by their “stage” names, which are Random Voight (Brandon Boyd), L’Orange (The Human Snowglobe JJ Jones), Nameless, and Rick.

Prepare yourself.

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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