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Coincidence Control Network: File #016

by sittingnow March 14, 2012 Coincidence Control Network

This week: Behold the SUPER EARTH, Kony’s no phoney, Haiku Monaghan, Ken Russell’s a bit of devil, The final voyage of the USS Enterprise, Luna-folly sunk the Titantic, Wacky American words, Skynet must be trapped, and Kim goes gay for Asia again. Personnel -  Kim Monaghan, Joe Nolan and Ken Eakins. Email us with stories you think we should discuss here. […]

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Transmedia Talk 40: Snow Town

by Joseph Matheny January 28, 2012 Transmedia Talk

Jan Libby, the creator of Snow Town, talks with us about story, immersion, and her plan to turn her short ARG into a replayable app. Hosts: Nick Braccia from Culture Hacker Haley Moore Dee Cook from Dog Tale Media Robert Pratten from Transmedia Storyteller Special Guests: Jan Libby, creator of the Snow Town I-Fi App currently up for contributions on […]

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Coincidence Control Network: File #000

by sittingnow November 11, 2011 Coincidence Control Network

Welcome to the pilot episode of CCN, a weekly show that examines emerging countercultures, fringe science, Magickal happenings, and other strange blips on the social landscapes that we all occupy. This week we examine: The Occupy Movement, Metallica and Lou Reed, killing for Star Wars toys, the occult significance of the Statue of Liberty, and […]

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Special Psychedelic Salon: Excerpts from “Lost Studio Sessions”

by Joseph Matheny November 9, 2011 Robert Anton Wilson

Lorenzo over at the Psychedelic Salon has (with my permission) put together a podcast of excerpts from the CD I produced, Robert Anton Wilson: The Lost Studio Sessions. I hope you enjoy and if you do, remember you can get your own copy at Original Falcon (on CD) or as a digital download form any number of download services. Complete list here.

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AK-47 (Not Quite Poetry) #9 – Live from Transylvania

by P. Emerson Williams October 31, 2011 Tuesdays

Batcheeba and Gird_09 find that the night train has deposited them in Transylvania where they have taken refuge in a castle. Blasphemous voices whisper in their ears, the children ov thee night sing their bewitching song and the undead come forth with a siren call to a necrotic orgy…

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Necrofuturist Episode 25 – You Can Hear the Barbarous Names

by P. Emerson Williams October 25, 2011 Tuesdays

When the blackest night folds you in it embrace
And the boundless fear slips its icy fingers into your very heart
You recall that moment the glassy faces of the beautiful club denizens
Took on the aspect of demonic leers, grinning back at you through ectoplasmic sweat
The future is dead, you thought as you looked into eyes like abysses

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AK-47 (Not Quite Poetry) #8

by P. Emerson Williams October 18, 2011 Tuesdays

Back across the Atlantic, Batcheeba and Gird_09 hop on a train to see Europe. Is this the Orient Express? Hot rails to hell? Are they being pulled by the Little Train that Could? Listen in and find out.

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19 Nocturne presents The Dunwich Horror – part 2

by 19 Nocturne Boulevard October 15, 2011

The Dunwich Horror
by H.P. Lovecraft
adapted by Julie Hoverson
part 2 of 4
Arriving in Dunwich, our heros meet the locals – and tragedy strikes!
[Episodes will podcast each successive Sunday, with part 4 coming out the day before Halloween.]
Full cast …

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19 Nocturne presents The Dunwich Horror – part 1 of 4

by 19 Nocturne Boulevard October 8, 2011

The Dunwich Horror
by H.P. Lovecraft
adapted by Julie Hoverson
part 1 of 4

In the 1920s, a trio of professors uncover something nasty in the backwoods town of Dunwich.
Episodes will podcast each successive Sunday, with part 4 coming out the day before…

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AK-47 (Not Quite Poetry) #7

by P. Emerson Williams September 13, 2011 Tuesdays

Having survived Guantanamo, explored Atlantis and the dregs of koolaid in Jonestown, Batcheeba and Gird_09 have returned to their peripatetic ways after a few months recovering back home in Norway. A budget vacation in the woods of New Jersey puts them in unexpected company…

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The GSpot: Kerry Cassidy

by Joseph Matheny September 2, 2011 Uncategorized

Joseph Matheny talks to Kerry Cassidy from Project Camelot.

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AK-47 (Not Quite Poetry) #5

by P. Emerson Williams August 23, 2011 Tuesdays

When we last heard from Batcheeba and Gird_09 it looked like their very survival was in jeopardy back there in Jonestown. But it takes more than tainted koolaid to bring our intrepid hosts down. They fled the scene, found an abandoned submarine but it broke down in Atlantis!

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Hypnagothique – Antiquing Vol.13

by P. Emerson Williams August 9, 2011 Tuesdays

Come along with DJ Vrhovny and he’ll show you treasures unlike anything you’ve ever found in a dusty shop…

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