Sunday, 18 December 2011

Episode #207 Shownotes

Getting the Raw Footage Podcast live and online delayed this episode a little, for which I apologise. Once I get everything organised it shouldn't happen again. You can find the homepage at www.raw-footage.co.uk with subscription links using iTunes and FeedBurner.

Tim Tebow has become one of the most discussed players in the NFL. One slightly odd manifestation of this is the internet meme of 'Tebowing'. The album art for this episode shows Tebow in his typical prayerful pose when he is waiting for a Field Goal or similar situation. People have taken to copying this pose in strange places. If you search online you can see people 'Tebowing' in places such as the leaning tower of Pisa, the Abbey Road zebra crossing and an Iraqi military camp. Sometimes I despair of the human race.

This is the last podcast in this feed for 2011. The show will return in the first week on January with the traditional review shows, counting down my top 10 favourite tracks and videos that were played during the year.

Three videos for you this week. Frankly all of them are a little uninspired.

Ourobouros Podcast #207 - Throttle Marion Barber

1. Defekt 86 - Suicide Hero
2. Kaile Goh - Last Goodbye
3. The Commuters - As I Make My Way
4. DGRS - Roads Again
5. Henrik José - Magnet In My Mouth
6. Intercontinental Music Lab - Mico Macaco

The Intro Music is an excerpt from 'Somebody Noble' by Transit Studio

All songs used with permission or are available under Creative Commons licenses.

Sunday, 11 December 2011

Episode #206 Shownotes

The more I think about the film Hugo, the more I think Martin Scorsese might deserve some recognition as Best Director. He managed to really use the 3D aspect of his film and made it something visually arresting. My point still stands that if it wasn't Scorsese directing, this family orientated film would not be getting so much Oscar buzz.


3 videos for you this week. An interesting performance style video from The Open Up And Bleeds, a live show from Psy'Aviah and a quirky lo-fi effort from Oh Ye Denver Birds.

Saturday, 10 December 2011

Ourobouros Podcast #206 - A Quiet Legend

1. unouomedude - Frequency
2. The Objex - Criminal State
3. The Open Up And Bleeds - Stiv Bators In All Of Us
4. Relevant Discord - The Days Of Deferment
5. Psy'Aviah - Something Evil
6. Oh Ye Denver Birds - I Believe In Love Kid

The Intro Music is an excerpt from 'Somebody Noble' by Transit Studio

All songs used with permission or are available under Creative Commons licenses.

Sunday, 4 December 2011

Episode #205 Shownotes

It was enormous fun going to London last weekend. Despite the travel issues getting up there and missing the first film screening I was intending on seeing it was definitely worth going up a day early to have the Q & A session with Simon Curtis following the screening of My Week With Marilyn.

The audio I recorded of Lee's discussion about Joss Whedon, Quentin Tarantino & George Lucas is only a fraction of what went on at the Black Dog Christmas shindig. If you look at the album art Lee is in the middle of the group with me just behind him holding a beer. Martin is second left and Dangerous Mike J is second right in the hat. Unfortunately the other two participants in the conversation, Andy and Brooke, aren't in the photo because they were taking the photos. This one was by Andy.

If you enjoyed the rant by Lee then remember you can get it weekly by subscribing to The Black Dog Podcast on GeekPlanetOnline.


It's somewhat ironic that the week after I announce I'm no longer doing Weekly Music Video Podcast I have an episode with three outstanding videos. As you would expect from a project that started as a viral video, Symphony of Science provides their usual stellar work. There's also really good efforts from Midnight Spin and Principe Valiente and a live performance from ReVerbed.

Saturday, 3 December 2011

Ourobouros Podcast #205 - Quia Si Silius!

1. Wolfe Hogan - Shadows
2. Midnight Spin - Trigger Finger Itch
3. Principe Valiente - The Night
4. Vicky - No One
5. ReVerbed - Beautiful Lie
6. Symphony Of Science - Ode To The Brain

The Intro Music is an excerpt from 'Somebody Noble' by Transit Studio

All songs used with permission or are available under Creative Commons licenses.