The Bopst Show: Modern Radio Gramophone (Episode 240)

This week’s Bopst Show features Django Reinhardt, Orgone, The Ebony Sisters, Beach House, and more. Give it a listen!


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Title: The Bopst Show: “Modern Radio Gramophone (Episode 240)”
Rating: PG-13 (Adult Situations & Language)
Intent: to totally get all gay marriage up in your ear holes…

Random Richmond Diversion: What’s that?
Random USA Diversion: It doesn’t really change the overall way they’re trying to do this
Random World Diversion: These acts, if confirmed, would be completely unacceptable
Random Image: Between 1924 and 1948
Random Music Blog: Nah Right
Random Bopst Show: The Bopst Show: “The Chick (Episode 64)”

This dude is funny:

Construction Date: Sunday June 30th, 2013
Equipment: Mac G5, Free Audio Editor & Recorder Software from Audacity, Frontier US-122 USB Audio/MIDI Interface, Shure SM57 Microphone
Posted: Monday June 24th, 2013
Artists and Groups in order of appearance: The Bevis Frond, Bethesda, Django Reinhardt, Those Manic Seas, Leonard Cohen, Orgone, Ralph Haughton & The Ebony Sisters, Brownbird Rudy Relic, Tad, Manitoba, The Bar-Kays, The South Georgia Highballers, Prefuse 73, Erol Alkan & Boys Noise, Beach House, Chai Muang Sing (AKA: Mad City Lion)

Liner Notes

If marriage is radically redefined as a way of just affirming loving feelings of attraction, then equality will require allowing people who love dogs to marry dogs. And people who love ice cream to marry ice cream.Daniel Heimbach, senior professor of Christian ethics at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Here are some shows I’m hustling at Balliceaux this week…


NEXT NEW SHOW: 07/08/13 New show times. The Bopst Show airs Sundays, 11PM and Tuesdays, 6PM (EST-USA) on KAOS Radio Austin.


John Elway figure by Chris Fields, photo by BOPST

Until Next Time:

Stay clean,

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Chris Bopst believes that god is nothing more than the summation of us all. At least, that’s what the goose bumps tell him.

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