Feautring Isaac Hayes, The Stranglers, Raymond Scott, Flowering Inferno, Jack Kittel, Gang Starr, King Sunny Ade & His African Beats, and more. And find out what Bopst thinks should be the next new thing from RVANews…
Title: The Bopst Show: “Accept Your Fate (Episode 59)”
Rating: R (Strong Language, Adult Situations)
Intent: To stop frivolous trips to the doctor
Quality Diversion: Wouldn’t it be nice if we could all have a major newspaper give us tons of free advertising under the guise of journalism?
Suggested Absurd News Story Reading by Geographical Region: Richmond, Va.
Request Line: (804) 767-2550
Construction Dates: Wednesday-Thursday, June 10th & 11th, 2009
Equipment: Mac G4, Free Audio Editor & Recorder Software from Audacity, Frontier US-122 USB Audio/MIDI Interface, Shure SM57 Microphone
Posted: Monday June 15th, 2009
Artists and Groups in order of appearance: Isaac Hayes, Unknown, Chris Bopst, The Stranglers, Raymond Scott, Flowering Inferno, Jack Kittel, Gang Starr, King Sunny Ade & His African Beats, Plasmodium, Corntooth, Fulton’s Finest, Ms. Miller, Minutemen, Boomtown Rats, The Mississippi Shieks
Mixed by: Chris Bopst
Art: Chris Bopst
I am pleased to announce that The Bopst Show, the humble, music loving podcast available each and every Monday for all your listening and downloading pleasures, is now being aired each and every Sunday, 10-12AM (EST-USA) on Austin, Texas internet station KAOS Radio Austin. As part of their, “Sunday Slander” programming, KAOS will be airing an old Bopst Show followed by the latest edition (this past week, they aired, “These Words Are All Fucked Up Episode 1” & “What You Is Episode 58”) to celebrate the Lord’s day as the Lord intended. The station is gloriously profane (no FCC regulations to worry about) featuring shows with names like, “Colostomy Grab Bag of Fun” (airing Mondays 10-12PM EST-USA), “Wake Up! & Smell the Corpse” (Fridays 4-6 PM EST-USA) and, “Saturday Night Drunk Club” (Saturdays, 8-10PM EST-USA). All the shows on Kaos are cataloged and easily downloadable so if you can’t listen live, you can listen when you have the time.
And this is an idea I’ve been pitching for a while now to the powers that be at this fine site; RVANews Radio. To begin with, RVA could set up a handy link that would stream episodes of the Bopst Show, Tall Tales for Short Attention Spans and tracks recorded live at Ipanema all together. Later, news reports from the neighborhood blogs, tracks from local bands and audio versions of articles and columns featured here could be posted as well. Of coarse, this is easier said than done, but to be able to just click a link that would play hours and hours of locally based programming would create yet another reason to visit this site on a daily basis.
What do you think about the idea of RVANews Radio? I’m all ears…
Until Next Time:
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